Loveland, Ohio – There will be no school for students on Monday, April 8 for students in the Loveland City School District. A partial solar eclipse will cross over Loveland that day and Superintendent Mike Broadwater has announced, “The timing of the eclipse presents a safety challenge. The eclipse will stretch over a period of about two hours around afternoon dismissal time. Students would be on buses, walking, or driving home when the eclipse hits its peak, making it very challenging for students to view this once-in-a-lifetime event safely”.

Broadwater continued, “I understand that a change to the schedule may be an inconvenience for families, which is why we’ve made this decision now, to give everyone time to prepare. Staff will still report to work on April 8 and use the time for professional development and training.”

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