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Welcome to Thompson Online
The Thompson Online Program offers a rigorous, NCAA approved complete online education option for TSD K-12 students. We offer nearly all of Thompson School District's classes, plus electives the District does not have (we don't currently offer AP classes). Students have 24/7 access to their classes through an online platform and/or can come into the lab for extra support. Students can participate as full-time, or part-time students; we typically have over 200 students throughout the District. Online teachers interact with students through multiple venues, creating a virtual learning environment.
Requirements to start:
STEP 1: Turn in an application and get it approved. Classes have started, but enrollment is open and ongoing.
STEP 2: After being approved, all new students must complete an orientation within the first two weeks of Second Semester.
Sign up for ONE SLOT per student/parent team. We are located in the Ferguson High School building at 1101 Hilltop Dr., Loveland 80538. Please visit the link below to sign up for an orientation time that is convenient for both student and parent/guardian to attend.
NOTE: All students will be placed in an Advisory class to help us to communicate with all of our students. There is no work in that class, but check your email regularly, and look for special announcements.
Thank you so much. We look forward to meeting you.
Students must have access to technology at home; this means good internet service and a complete PC or Mac computer with Office (students with an active District Email Account can get Office for free). A tablet, chromebook, or phone, is not adequate. If you are in a District Charter school, you might have to provide for the cost of Microsoft Office.
Students with current, or previous, IEPs or 504s (and ESL students) will be required to meet with the TOL staff before being accepted. Not all student needs for IEPs and 504s can be met in our program, so not all students will be accepted. This is in the best interest of our students.
For further information see our Handbook, or contact us at 970-613-5989.
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