A letter was sent to all 11th grade families regarding the state required meningococcal (MCV4) vaccine for the 2018-2019 seniors. Proof of vaccination may be submitted to the LHS clinic during the remainder of the school year or over the summer. If you have already done this, thank you.
CLICK HERE for a copy of the letter.
On March 20th, all 11th grade students will be involved in the state funded school administration of the ACT while 10th grade students take the preACT. Testing locations will be posted on the cafeteria windows and students should be in their assigned classroom by 7:25am.
Our 9th graders will be participating in a My Voice My Choice related program presented by "#IAmSPEAKLOVE" powered by Nick Jackson Speaks, LLC. The message will address the topics of Respect and Positive Student-Teacher Communication, Mental Health issues and awareness, and Suicide/Self Harm/Bullying Prevention. The LHS Office of School Counseling will also provide guidance regarding the use of Naviance as a tool for college and career readiness activities. These students should sign in at the cafeteria by 7:25am.
These activities for grades 9 through 11 will end in an early release by 11:30am and lunch will be provided afterwards for those who need to stay. Buses will run on the regular schedule and students will need to obtain their own transportation if leaving at early dismissal.
The 12th grade students will engage in career mentoring hosted by the Work Readiness Initiative of the Clermont County Chamber of Commerce. This "speed mentoring" program is a fast-paced event at which volunteer mentors from business and community organizations meet with small groups of students to talk about the students' plans after high school. Students have the opportunity to ask questions and talk about their career and education goals while sharing ideas and aspirations for their future. Students should report directly to the Oasis Conference Center by 7:25am and will be dismissed at 11am. A shuttle bus will be available at 7:20am by door #12 off the student parking lot to transport seniors who do not have another means transportation to the Oasis. The shuttle bus will then return to the Oasis at 10:45am to transport those seniors back to the high school.
Members of the Class of 2019 will be traveling to Washington, DC . The registration form is Attached. Completed forms, along with the initial deposit of $35 (a check made payable to Loveland High School), can be turned in beginning to Ms. Byrkett in room 355. There is a limited number of spots available so sign up early. (3/23)
Feel free to attend either meeting for more information. Please direct any questions to Katie Byrkett (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Second semester fees have been assessed. To see your total amount due, please log on to your Parent Blackboard account. If you don’t have a “Parent Login” please email Mr. Reed Crumley at email@example.com to obtain one. If you would like a hard copy of your invoice please email Nina Monfreda @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
All fees should be paid prior to the last day of school. If for some reason you are unable to pay your fees, please email Nina Monfreda @ email@example.com to make other arrangements.
Parents of Senior Student’s please be sure all fees/fines are paid prior to Wednesday, May 23rd 2018. A letter will be sent home at the beginning of May for those in this category. Students may incur “last minute” fees for damaged and lost books or library fees. Teachers will notify the students and the office of these fees by the end of senior exams. These fees must be cleared by Wednesday, May 30th at 3:30pm.