The Loveland City School District has announced that Loveland High School (LHS) PrincipalChris Kloesz will resign at the end of the current school year, “… to pursue other opportunities.”
“We want to thank Mr. Kloesz for his four years of service to the students at Loveland High School,” said Keith Koehne, assistant superintendent of human resources. “We appreciate the work Mr. Kloesz has done, and we wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”
Kloesz began his tenure at LHS working as an assistant principal in 2011, before taking the role of principal in 2012. The district will begin the search for his successor immediately.
“Plans are now in the works to seek the next leader for our outstanding high school,” said Koehne. “It is our hope to have the new principal in place at the start of the new school year.”