Two district programs highlighted at Student Achievement Fair
Members of the Loveland City School District Board of Education and administration attended the 63rdannual Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Capital Conference and Trade Show in Columbus, November 11-13. More than 9,000 attendees at the conference participated in some 150 sessions of panel discussions, workshops, one-on-one assistance, and nationally renowned speakers addressing a variety of educational issues.
Two Loveland programs – the Innovation Lab and Digital Microscopes – were selected by the OSBA to participate in the Student Achievement Fair. The programs were represented by several students as well as Loveland High School Teachers Amanda Bimonte and Tonya Nkhata.
“It was an honor for us to have these programs highlighted among the most exemplary and innovative initiatives by school districts across Ohio,” said Loveland Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse. “Both programs use innovative instructional technologies to maximize student interest and learning, while also putting the students’ talents and passions at the forefront.”
Loveland Director of Technology and Innovation David Knapp presented on successful approaches to software investment and procurement in a conference breakout session.