Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland Initiative Set for Success Summer program teaches kids responsible habits that will put them on a path to success. It is a weeklong program that takes place at Loveland Primary School in June for students going into fifth to eighth grade at Loveland.
This year, the program will run from Monday, June 19 to Friday, June 23 from 10 AM until 3 PM each day. The program will take place at Loveland Primary School (550 Loveland-Madeira Road). It will feature different speakers and activities to help set students on a path for success.
In years past, some of the guests the program has featured included representatives from Cincinnati Recreation Commission who taught students how to play wheelchair football, an early childhood education professor from the University of Cincinnati, financial aid advisors from the University of Cincinnati, a naturalist from the Great Parks foundation (with animal guests), an occupational therapist, and a Symmes township police officer and his K9 co-worker.
HOW TO ENROLL:
Visit Loveland Intermediate School office to fill out an application or download an application under flyers at lovelandschools.org.
Parents can return applications to Nicole Sartain or Donna Connelly at Loveland Intermediate School 757 South Lebanon Road.
Deadline to apply is Friday, May 12. Limited space available.
Qualifications: Students that receive Free and Reduced price lunches are eligible to sign up this program.