Please see THIS LETTER for important dates and information, regarding student parking for the 2017-2018 school year.
These CAMERAS were found when the lockers were emptied. Please call 513-697-3701 if you believe one of them might belong to you.
It’s time to complete your child’s Emergency Medical Authorization (EMA) form for the 2017-2018 school year. This is a separate form submission from the one required by the Athletic Department.
All EMA forms are due no later than Friday, August 4, 2017.
Students will not be able to receive classroom information, student schedules or Chrome Books until the EMA form has been completed and submitted to the district. If you do not have access to a computer, please contact your building secretary to arrange a time to meet her at the school office for assistance.
To complete the EMA, click HERE for the district web page, hover over the "Parents" tab and select "Emergency medical Authoriazation Form."
Keep in mind that all information on the EMA form should be kept up to date throughout the school year. This is the information that we use in order to contact you in case of an emergency. All changes will have to be made by parents. Staff will not be permitted to make changes to the data on the forms, including phone, email, or any contact information.
If you have forgotten your username and/or password, click on “forgot credentials” and the information will be emailed to you.
If you are new to Loveland and have enrolled for the 2017-18 school year anytime between January 2017 and today, you will also have to follow this procedure.
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All of the files you created on your Loveland student account will no longer be accessible after graduation. To transfer your files, watch this short Senior Takeout video that contains step-by-step instructions. If you have any questions, go to the Leaders in Technology Help Desk in the Media Center.