Mike Broadwater signs his contract accepting his new job as the Loveland Superintendent with interim Superintendent Bradly Neavin and Board President Kathy Lorenz looking on.
Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland City School District Board of Education voted unanimously on May 26 to hire Mike Broadwater as the next Superintendent.
Broadwater will begin his tenure on August 1.
Broadwater is currently working in the Forest Hills School District, where he is the Assistant Superintendent of Business Operations and Human Resources. He has previously served as the Principal of Anderson High School, as Assistant Principal of Lakota East High School, and as a mathematics and computer science teacher in North Royalton City Schools.
(Read Broadwater’s application for employment below.)
The Board has also begun a search for the District’s next Treasurer/CFO as Kevin Hawley has submitted his resignation to take a new position.
The Board has announced that they will formally accept Hawley’s resignation at their next regular Board Meeting on June 3 and begin the process of searching for the next Treasurer.
Mr. Hawley will work through the end of his current contract on July 31, 2021.
The Michael Broadwater application for employment with the Loveland District