• Two proposals have been placed on the November ballot by the Board of Education:
     

    -An $11 million Mill Levy Override.

    To view a copy of the language that will appear on the November election ballot, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

    -A $288 million bond. 

    To view a copy of the language that will appear on the November election ballot, PLEASE CLICK HERE.


    Proposed Tax Impact

     
    -$11 million Mill Levy Override:
    Estimated increase of 6.50 mills, which translates to an estimated cost of $4.31 per month per $100,000 of county-assessed residential property value.
     
    -$288 million bond:
    Estimated increase of 9.044 mills, which translates to an estimated cost of $6.00 per month per $100,000 of county-assessed residential property value
     

    To view a more detailed analysis of  the proposed tax impact of both measures, CLICK HERE.
     
    To view the current county assessment of your property, please visit the appropriate link below:

    Larimer County Residents: CLICK HERE
    Weld County Residents: CLICK HERE
    Boulder County Residents: CLICK HERE
     
     
    To view the "Notice Required for Election to Create Financial Obligation," please CLICK HERE.
     

    For more information on the district's Master Plan Committee, please contact Michael Hausmann, Thompson School District Public Information Officer, at 613-5011 or at michael.hausmann@thompsonschools.org.
     
     
  • Thompson Reinvented
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Thompson Reinvented was described by MPC Chair, Dr. Jason Hatch, as a "win-win" approach that addresses needs across the Loveland, Berthoud, and surrounding communities.

     

  • Thompson Reinvented

    Thompson School District's Master Plan Committee (MPC) is a Board of Education-established standing committee provided by BOE policy FB, "Facilities Planning," and policy FBA, "Planning Advisors."  The committee is composed of students, community members and staff who meet monthly to review and forecast capital needs in the district.

    From August, 2014 through June, 2016, the MPC developed the Thompson Reinvented through committee meetings, input forums, school accountability committee meetings and presentations to local community groups.  The resulting plan is intended to address more than one problem, but a complex set of issues, including...

    Schools falling into disrepair; $72m in identified needs;
    Zero “capital reserve” in State financing;
    11 elementary schools under 300;
    Several schools overcrowded, including LHS and LEMS;
    1,811 open enrollment out of TSD; over $12m in lost annual revenue;
    Growth has been and continues to happen, far from schools with space.