Next week is going to be exciting for Loveland City Schools. We are hosting our Showcase Night at Loveland High School beginning at 6 PM on Wednesday, February 9. This is a great opportunity for our families, and our community members to see our students and their great work. You can think of this as a district-wide Open House, highlighting cool programs and projects.
If you’re the parent of a younger Loveland Tiger, this is a chance to see what kinds of things your students may want to get involved with as they move up next year.
If you’re a community member, this is a chance for you to see what’s already going on, and find out how you can help!
Our Quality Profile was also released this week. This 12-page document we created in-house is a great chance for you to review district accomplishments over the last year, so even if you can’t make it to Showcase Night, you can still be informed. You can view our Quality Profile by following this link to our website.
All of this is building up to our Strategic Vision process, which kicks off Wednesday night with a pair of Community Input sessions.
Portrait of a Tiger Vision Process
These will be held alongside Showcase Night at LHS at 5:30 and 6:30 PM. We’ll be reviewing our “Portrait of a Tiger” which will form the basis of our Strategic Vision process. Together as a community, we’ll build a shared vision of success for our students and lay out the action plan to get us there. You will not have to attend these sessions to participate because we will be sharing tools next week on our website at www.lovelandschools.org/vision to gather as much input as possible from our community.
Strategic Vision Design Team
We are also building a Strategic Vision Design Team, made up of about 100 people from our community to help in this process. The team will include parents, students, staff, and community members who will sit down several times over the next few months to work together to create our vision. We want this group to represent the diverse opinions and insights of our Loveland City Schools community and if you or someone you know feels called to help us on this important project – you can fill out this form to let us know of your interest and we will be in touch.
Superintendent Mike Broadwater said, “We really want our community involved in this process. Help us spread the word – we come up with a better plan when we work together across our Loveland City Schools community.”