Bill Reed LISA Math & Keysight Extravaganza!

Bill Reed’s 6th graders were again at the center of a week-long Arts Extravaganza.  This time, Bill Reed teamed up with local engineering company Keysight in a cross-curricular collaborative project.  Keysight had “invented” a computer chip that was able to detect brainwaves and asked Bill Reed’s 6th graders to utilize the design cycle to plan,…

Laurene Edmondson ~ Two Men and a Truck

Edmondson Elementary is proud to partner with Movers for Moms® who are giving back to Mothers in need each Mother’s Day. Their objective is to provide women living in domestic abuse or homeless shelters with essential items. Items that we are collecting are: Shampoo/conditioner, deodorant, feminine products, toothbrushes/toothpaste, bath soap, body lotion, diapers/baby wipes, baby…

Berthoud High School Sophomores Get CPR Experience

Do you know how to save a life? Well, BHS sophomores sure do, after last weeks training. All of the sophomores were called down to the large gym for a special presentation by Thompson Valley emergency medical technicians (EMTs). The soon-to-be juniors watched a video on CPR, then were made to practice CPR on dummies….

Berthoud High School “Code Wars” Team Goes Global

Do you have a knack or a talent for programming and coding? Well, Berthoud High School has a program for that, too! Taught by Keith Lobdell, these teams practice by programming and coding intensely for the annual meets each year at several locations worldwide, including Bangalore, Taipei, Houston, Palo Alto, and our very own Fort…

Thompson School District Will Continue to Work Toward Solutions

By Dr. Stan Scheer Superintendent, Thompson School District This past summer, the Thompson School District Board of Education voted to place two items on last November’s election ballot.  They included a proposed Mill Levy Override in the amount of $11 million that addressed teacher and staff salaries, along with some other needs, as well as…

Mountain View High School Wish Week

The Mountain View High School student leadership team partnered with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to help send Kaleb, an 8-year-old with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, to Disney World!  To reach the school’s goal of $10,000, the group worked with local restaurant fundraisers for several nights, hosted events at the school such as Mr./Ms. MVHS and a volleyball…

KidsPak to Host Community Food Drive March 31 – April 2

Thompson School District is pleased to support KidsPak, a Loveland Rotary project that serves “food insecure” students throughout the district. KidsPak provides weekend food to 600 students in 39 schools in TSD. In total, the program will create and deliver over 18,500 bags of food during the current school year. To help support the program, a KidsPak…

Flexible Seating at Berthoud Elementary

     Our students are fully utilizing our new flexible seating options we were able to get through a Healthy Schools Grant that we were awarded this year! Studies have shown that sitting for long periods of time with no movement decreases the brains ability to focus and learn; flexible seating offers a way for…

Adrian Reghitto finished in the top 15 at the State Spelling Bee

Adrian Reghitto finished in the top 15 at the State Spelling Bee in Denver! He qualified as one of 33 finalists to advance to the oral round out of 270 students who competed in the written spelling and vocab test. He lasted 13 rounds in the competition and is one of the first TSD students to make…

Philo Donates $1,800 in King Soopers Gift Cards to Assist Homeless Families

On March 9, the Philomatheon Club (Philo) presented Thompson School District with $1,800 of King Soopers gift cards, which will be used by the district to assist homeless families in need within our district.  The money to purchase the gift cards was raised through Philo’s “Dine Out with Heart” program, which partners with area restaurants…

Thompson Valley HS Earns 2016-2017 “No Place for Hate” School Designation

Congratulations to Thompson Valley High School for being officially designated as a 2016-2017 “No Place for Hate” school!  The “No Place for Hate” program is an initiative of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) that provides schools and communities with an organizing framework for combating bias, bullying and hatred, which leads to long-term solutions for creating and maintaining…

Thompson Students Attend Agriculture Hall of Fame Banquet

Five members of the Thompson FFA Chapter attended the Farm Credit Colorado Agriculture Hall of Fame banquet in Denver last week. Hosted by the Colorado FFA Foundation, the banquet is held yearly to induct members into the Agriculture Hall of Fame who have significantly contributed to Colorado’s second largest industry. The banquet is held in…