High quality mulch is available to purchase by the bag, (in bulk) or by the pallet

image1The Loveland Athletic Boosters (LAB) support the Loveland City School District athletic programs (7th– 12th grades) which includes 900 plus student athletes.  Support includes:

Sponsoring activities to promote school spirit and enthusiasm

Purchasing and donating equipment to the athletic department

Funding major capital improvements including the High School Fitness Center and

Field Turf for Tiger Stadium

Mulch Sale Information

High quality mulch is available to purchase by the bag, (in bulk) or by the pallet

100% satisfaction guaranteed

Loveland athletes will be selling door to door on Saturday, 3/7/15

Free local delivery of your mulch order will be provided

Full pallets by truck on 4/6 – 4/10/15

All other orders by student athletes on Saturday, 4/11/15

To order by mail , complete the form and mail with check to:

Loveland Athletic Boosters

Mulch Sale

P.O. Box 458

Loveland, OH  45140-0458

To order on-line through PayPal go

To order by phone, inquire about bulk offerings or if you have questions, contact:

Rich Myklebust 513.310.1552 or

Henry Landis 513.594.8544 or





Taken mostly at Miami Meadows Park

View either as MOVIE or SLIDE SHOW…


These photos were taken Saturday February 21 after a nice snow fall and the temperature heading up after a week of a pretty good cold spell and school having been canceled for the entire week.

Seems like children and especially moms and dads were grateful for a chance and excuse to get out of the house to play.

A photographers log:

I will tell you, it was just so enjoyable in that park seeing so many having so much fun, children being treated good… and just such joy.

It was just in many ways, pockets of family and friends in their own circles… just being their better, honest, exuberant, selves… with no regard for anything except the fun they were having with one another.

Snow like that is an un-inhibitor

It was quite the unique experience given the state of so much despair, sadness, fear, and exhaustion I see so much of in the photos I have taken for the last ten years.

It was like the world was meant to be… of course not 100% of the time… but certainly more.

David Miller




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Loveland Jazz spaghetti dinner is postponed until Sunday

Loveland Jazz spaghetti dinner is STILL ON at the high school tonight. A decision will be made at 2:00 pm today. If it is cancelled, it will likely be rescheduled to tomorrow (Sunday).

All Loveland City School District activities scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21, are cancelled due to the weather

From Loveland Athletics Twitter…

Boys Basketball game tonight vs McNick has be cancelled due to weather & will not be rescheduled due to no available dates.

All Loveland City School District activities scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21, are cancelled due to the weather





Due to the projected heavy snow for the Tri-State later today and into the morning hours on Saturday February 21st a  Level 2 Snow Emergency will be declared by   Miami Township – Clermont County beginning 12:00 AM Saturday morning February 21st. The forecast is predicting 3-6 inches of snow with additional accumulation of ice.  

Please remove vehicles from Township roadways to assist Township Service Dept. personnel clear your street.


Following the game there will be a reception at the High School 


Loveland, Ohio – Loveland head basketball coach Tim Partin will be honored on Saturday night when McNicholas comes to the Tiger gym. This will be Partin’s second to last regular season home game. He is retiring this school year from both teaching and coaching.

Following the game there will be a reception at the High School for Partin and all of the community is invited to attend.

Game time is 7:30 PM. The JV game is at 6 PM.





Little Miami Schools will be closed Friday, Feb. 20 because of cold.


This LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV video is an excerpt of Loveland School Superintendent, Chad Hillier explaining the State testing requirements during his State of the Schools address.






This is the presentation by Loveland School Superintendent, Chad Hillier on January 14

Loveland, Oh. – An Evolution in Education – that was the theme for the presentation the Loveland City School District – under the leadership of Superintendent Chad Hilliker – presented at the 2015 State of the Schools address Wednesday, Jan. 14, in the Loveland Middle School auditorium. Hilliker’s evolution includes the development of a new program called Project Lead the Way which expands opportunities for exposure to engineering beginning at seventh grade, and the establishment of a technology program called Tiger One-to-World that enables students to connect with the world through individual access to Chromebooks on a three-year lease-to-own program at Loveland High School.

“A key feature in my State of the Schools address was to really examine what the district is doing to individualize education for our students,” said Hilliker. “As educators, we are tasked with enhancing our traditional classrooms and transforming them into learning centers where students are becoming the best problem solvers they can be.”

Hilliker said the district’s ability to explore both Project Lead the Way and Tiger One-to-World is a direct result of the operating levy that passed in May of 2014. He maintained that the district continues to operate in a fiscally conservative manner.

“The support of the larger Tiger Family is really helping to drive the direction we are going as a district,” said Hilliker. “We are fortunate to operate in a community that believes in our mission – to prepare students for tomorrow, today.”

In addition to detailing the new engineering initiative and technology access, Hilliker discussed the district’s new partnership with the University of Cincinnati to conduct a demographic study; this study will project the district’s future student enrollment and assist senior administrators and the Board in making facilities decisions to best serve a growing student body.

“I’m charged with ensuring our district is current – and that we provide a world-class education for our students in Loveland,” said Hilliker. “And with the support of the community it is a job that is fulfilling. I’m excited for what lies ahead for Loveland, and I’m even more excited about the future of each and every student we have here at Loveland.”

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