Northern Colorado FCCLA President – Evyn Batie

  Congratulations to Evyn Batie, a junior at Mountain View High School! She was elected to the position President of the Northern Colorado District of Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA). The Northern Colorado District is one of ten districts in the state of Colorado. FCCLA is a national student organization whose mission…

Thompson Agriculture Program Receives $3,500 Grant

The Thompson Agriculture Education program was recently awarded a Colorado FFA Foundation Grant in the amount of $3,500, which will provide funding for a greenhouse and chicken coop on the Thompson Valley High School campus. Following the greenhouse and coop construction this spring, Thompson students enrolled in agriscience classes will have the opportunity to learn…

Coyote Ridge Students Attend Designathon

Four Coyote Ridge Elementary School 5th graders – Tambryn, Sophie, Kohka and Emma –  spent Friday night and all day Saturday at the Northern Colorado Designathon. The Designathon was part of the Super Connected Conference, held February 4-5 at Fossil Ridge High School.  The students’ challenge was to develop a solution to a global environmental…

Ivy Stockwell Stitch Together Sewing Club

Stitch Together has been a huge success and a highlight of these past few months.  I’m so excited and looking forward to starting the second round of Stitch Together.  I have enjoyed teaching the students a lifelong skill, but I couldn’t have done without the help of my parent volunteers. To hear and see how…

Congrats to our 20th Annual Spelling Bee Champions!

Thompson School District had 177 students participate in the recent district-wide Spelling Bee.  Great perseverance and spelling knowledge is required to make it through the several rounds of competition. Congratulations to the following winners: Middle School 1st Place – Julia Ward – Bill Reed MS 2nd Place – Elliott Harrington – Lucile Erwin MS 3rd…

District Art Teachers at MVHS

Mountain View High School recently invited district art teachers and other instructors to a special workshop featuring Loveland clay artists Nancy Zoller and Carolyn Pearce.

NOCO Rocks Tour at Hach

A committee of the NOCO Manufacturing Partnership entitled “Manufacturing Rocks!” created two tours for TSD students to visit and get a hands-on experience in a manufacturing setting. Forty students from Thompson Valley High School and forty from Walt Clark Middle School visited local manufacturing businesses Hach and Aleph Objects, Inc. on January 24.  The high…

Buddy Bench at Ivy Stockwell

A huge thanks to Ivy Stockwell PTO and Bob Barkeen for helping us to get our new “Buddy Bench” purchased and installed on the playground.   The purpose of this bench is to give students a place to sit if they are feeling lonely and need a friend, need help finding a group to play with,…

MVHS Student Leadership Wins Red Kettle Challenge

Salvation Army representatives were at Mountain View yesterday to present the “Red Kettle” to MVHS Student Leadership students for winning the Red Kettle Challenge for the third year in a row.  Students volunteered over 40 hours and helped the Salvation Army raise over 90K for families in our community.  WAY TO GO, LIONS!

Centennial Students Making Blankets for North Shore

Centennial Elementary School Student Council members are making blankets for residents of North Shore in Loveland. The students are using money that they raised for the project. The group plans to deliver the blankets once they are completed soon.

TSD Names Sarah Bliss as Assistant Principal at Thompson Valley High School

Thompson School District is pleased to announce that Sarah Bliss has been named an assistant principal at Thompson Valley High School, effective January 27. She will fill the position that was recently vacated by Howard Disney, who has departed the district. Ms. Bliss comes to Thompson School District after most recently serving as assistant principal…

“Alexa’s Hugs” to Offer FREE Class for Teen Drivers & Parents

“Alexa’s Hugs,” a local program that emphasizes the importance of seat belt safety and driver awareness through engaging and interactive events, is working with “Safe Kids Larimer County” to assist with teen driving efforts in northern Colorado. The work is made possible thanks to a grant from the Colorado Department of Transportation. Organizers will be…