United Way Donor Visit Features Reading Program at Coyote Ridge E.S.

On November 30, Coyote Ridge Elementary, an IB World School, hosted a donor visit for the United Way of Larimer County. The United Way of Larimer County supports the Colorado Reading Corps program in all TSD elementary schools.  Colorado Reading Corps is an extremely valuable program through which each school receives a trained Reading Corps…

Bill Reed LISA 6th Grade Team

The creative Bill Reed MS LISA 6th Grade team decided to hit the downtown community again, but this time…FOR SCIENCE!!! The students braved the cold winter winds to observe the elements of design in nature, visit The Gateway Garden Center to learn the science behind how to nurture plants, workshop a landscape with a landscape…

A Message from TSD Board of Education President, Lori Hvizda Ward

I would like to thank the members of our community who supported the recent Bond and Mill Levy Override ballot issues put forth by the Board of Education.  I also wish to extend the entire Board’s gratitude to the many community and staff members who volunteered with the Master Plan Committee for over a year…

TSD Introduces CPR and AED Training into School Health Curriculum

Thompson School District is pleased to announce a pilot program for 10th-grade students at Thompson Valley High School which is introducing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training into the school’s health curriculum.  Several organizations have partnered with the district to make this new curriculum possible, including Thompson Valley EMS, Loveland Police Department,…

Walt Clark Science Fair

The first phase of the 2nd annual Walt Clark Middle School Science Fair took place on Wednesday, November 9th and Thursday, November 10th in the school gymnasium.  Students discussed their project with three separate judges receiving valuable feedback. There were over 60 volunteers from the front range who came to help. Phase two of the…

Mountain View LISA students visited Art Castings of Colorado

Mountain View LISA students in Arts & Culture 1 visited Art Castings of Colorado to learn about the process of making a bronze sculpture and the opportunity to look at all the different career paths within our community whether it be a skilled trade or college bound track. This “lost wax” casting process was also…

MVHS – Project Based Learning

The LISA freshmen from MVHS took a trip to the Loveland Public Library to obtain library cards and begin research for their Project Based Learning unit. In LISA Pre-AP English 9, students are reading To Kill a Mockingbird. Students have been asked to examine the characters as representations of social issues. In conjunction with LISA…

Authors Visit Walt Clark Middle School

Two authors, Terri Farley and Suzanne Morgan Williams, visited Walt Clark as guest speakers.  These ladies introduced non-fiction/fiction writing skills, experiences and activities to our students. Farley and Williams also incorporated how vital the STEM philosophy is in regard to non-fiction publication.  This was a great experience for our students.

Carrie Martin Elementary Playground

The Firestone Home Depot team volunteered two days of their time to re-paint the map on the Carrie Martin playground. They were also able to do some interior painting also. Thank you Firestone Home Depot employees.

Bill Reed Middle School LISA Showcase

Mark your calendars for THIS Thursday from 6-7 pm for the 1st Quarter LISA AAA Showcase! Come experience the extreme talents of our Crocheting, Star Wars, Creative Studio, Intro to Acting and Graphic Novel classes.

Garfield Elementary Jog-a-Thon

Garfield Elementary surpassed the goal of $10,000, raising nearly $12,000 at the 4th annual Jog-a-Thon!  The kids ran so hard and it was such a fun day. They logged 829 miles, or 2,487 total laps! Congrats to Mrs. Norton’s third-graders, who ran the most laps!