Robin Wiley to move into the position permanently
Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland City School District has appointed Robin Wiley as the permanent assistant superintendent of human resources. In a unanimous vote at the May 15 business meeting, the Loveland Board of Education approved Wiley to a two-year contract. Wiley originally joined the district as an interim director of human resources during the 2017-18 school year.
“Mrs. Wiley is a proven leader who in her first year as part of the administrative team brought positive, impactful change to the district,” said Loveland Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse. “She is a student-focused administrator who has been and will continue to be a valuable asset to our Tiger Family.”
Wiley served students for 33 years before retiring from the Princeton City School District in 2012. Before joining the Loveland City School District in an interim capacity, she worked as an independent contractor/educational consultant. Wiley began her tenure serving students as a teacher, and went on to serve as a principal, superintendent, and curriculum coordinator at several Ohio public schools. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Music Education from West Virginia University in 1978, her Master of Music from Ohio University in 1980, her Principal Certification from the University of Cincinnati in 1992 and her Superintendent Certificate from the University of Dayton in 1996.
“I have absolutely fallen in love with this district, and am thrilled to become a permanent part of this incredible team,” said Wiley. “Loveland is positioned for unprecedented positive growth, and it is my privilege to help lead this district forward.”