LOVELAND – The Loveland City School District has announced the administration will recommend Rob Reis for employment as the new Loveland High School Tiger varsity basketball coach and social studies teacher at the upcoming May 5 Board of Education work session.
Reis, who has taught at Sycamore since 2000, has 17 years teaching experience, and has served as a coach in various sports since 1996.
“It is my privilege to recommend Rob Reis as our new men’s basketball coach,” said Julie Renner, district director of student athletics. “His background and experience in coaching at the varsity level in both basketball and football here in the Cincinnati area brings the knowledge and energy we are looking for in our next head coach. Rob is also a community member of Loveland, ready to give his all to the student-athletes of Loveland.”
Reis attended Miami University where he earned his Secondary Social Studies Education degree in 1997. He began serving students as a teacher at Fairfield City Schools (1998-2000) and then at Sycamore Community Schools (2000 to present).
His coaching career began in 1996 and has included coaching all levels of basketball as well as football at Fairfield, Sycamore and Mason Schools. Most recently, Reis has been the varsity assistant basketball coach at Mason High School, playing a big part in their 20-3 season.
“I am excited to be coming to Loveland High School as a teacher and the head varsity men’s basketball coach,” said Reis. “It is obvious to me that Loveland is a first-class school district, and I am looking forward to leading the men’s basketball program into the future.”
Reis will replace Tiger varsity basketball coach Tim Partin, who will retire at the end of this school year.