Ohio Middle Level Association (OMLA) awards top spot to Tigers

In the photo above LMS Principal Chuck Ogdan with a group of students during the March principal’s lunch.

Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland City School District has announced that the Ohio Middle Level Association (OMLA) awarded Loveland Middle School (LMS) as the top middle school in Ohio for Student and Staff Recognition. The selection was based on a site visit to LMS, and review of the LMS plan to create a winning culture developed this year by LMS Principal Chuck Ogdan.

LMS Principal Chuck Ogdan in front of the student recognition board decorating the main lobby of Loveland Middle School.

“Every student deserves to be recognized because all 739 students at Loveland Middle School are great,” said Ogdan. “Our LMS staff is top notch and also deserves to be recognized. The key to our success is a systematic approach recognizing students. We recognize students weekly through our department awards, monthly at our principal’s lunch, and quarterly with our honor roll and perfect attendance.”

“We are thrilled to see our recognition of students and staff distinguished from all other middle schools in the state with this prestigious award,” said Loveland Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse. “This award is the result of strategic, focused effort on behalf of the administrative team and staff at Loveland Middle School; we are proud of what they have accomplished.”

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