• TSD Students Named as Boettcher Scholarship Semifinalists

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 1/12/2022

    The following Thompson School District students have been named as Boettcher Scholarship semifinalists:

    Kaleigh Schanker, Berthoud High School

    Maxwell Thornton, Loveland High School

    Olivia Friske, Mountain View High School

    Taylor Bottoms, Thompson Valley High School

    Kelly Clingan, Thompson Valley High School

    Macy McCauley, Thompson Valley High School

    The Boettcher Scholarship is a four-year, full-tuition and partial living expenses merit-based academic scholarship awarded to graduating Colorado high school students. Award recipients, on average, rank in the top 2% of their graduating class and have an average SAT score of about 1400.

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  • TVHS Cheer Team Wins State Championship

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 1/5/2022

    The Thompson Valley High School varsity cheer team won the 4A division of the 2021-2022 State Spirit Championship at the Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs. The team received a score of 82.05, 12.2 points ahead of the second-place team. This is the third year in a row that the TVHS cheer team has won the state championship.


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  • TSD & TEF Receive OtterCares Foundation Grant

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 1/5/2022

    OtterCares Foundation awarded Thompson School District and Thompson Education Foundation a NoCo IgnitED grant for $50,000. The grant will ignite collaboration between TSD educators and regional industry partners to provide K-12 students with real-world experiences through an entrepreneurial lens to prepare them for college, career and community readiness while infusing business partners with the next generation of talent for their industries.

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  • TMS Art Teacher Receives Grant

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 1/5/2022


    Turner Middle School art teacher Jennifer Tjornehoj received a $750 grant from Country Financial. Ms. Tjornehoj was nominated by parents within the school community through the Operation Helping Heroes program in which Country Financial supports firefighters, police, emergency responders and teachers through grants and discounts.

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  • TVHS Wins Girls Volleyball State Championship

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 11/17/2021


    Thompson Valley High School won the 4A Girls Volleyball State Championship at the Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs. The Eagles defeated Cheyenne Mountain to secure the program’s first-ever state championship.

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  • LEMS Student's Artwork Displayed at NAGC Convention

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 11/16/2021


    The Colorado Association for Gifted Children chose Eva Laugel's artwork to display at the National Association of Gifted Children Annual Convention held at the Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center. Laugel is an 8th grader at Lucile Erwin Middle School.

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  • LHS Crimson Regiment Wins State Championship

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 11/2/2021

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    The Loveland High School Crimson Regiment marching band won the Colorado Bandmasters Association 4A State Championship at Air Force Academy’s Falcon Stadium. The Crimson Regiment received an overall score of 87.95 (high music, high visual and high general effect).

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  • BRMS Boys Cross Country Team Wins State Championship

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/29/2021

    Bill Reed Middle School’s boys cross-country team won the Colorado Middle School State Cross Country Championship. The team, consisting of Isaac Vasquez, Trent Gabrielson, Shawn Ferrell, Zack Bakker, Jacob Crisman, Karter Christensen and Gustavo Villalba, finished at the top of their division with a score of 64, followed by runner-up Mountain Ridge Middle School with a score of 86. Vasquez, Gabrielson, Ferrell, Crisman and Christensen will go on to compete at the Amateur Athletic Union’s Cross Country National Championships in Charlotte, North Carolina, in December along with Reese Morgan from BRMS’s girls cross-country team.


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  • LHS Student Named a National Merit Scholarship Finalist

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/11/2021

    Loveland High School student Aden Sanchez has been named a National Merit Scholarship Finalist.

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  • LHS's Crimson Regiment Wins Legacy Marching Invitational

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/5/2021

    Loveland High School’s Crimson Regiment marching band took first place at the Legacy Marching Invitational at Mountain Ridge High School in Westminster. The competition, which featured 23 marching bands, was the high school’s second so far this season and the first to hold grand finals that includes bands from all size divisions. Loveland High took first in the 4A division during preliminaries with a score of 76.1. Scoring is based on a combination of musical performance, visual performance and general effect. The top 12 bands then moved on to the finals where Loveland High took first place with a score of 76.5, finishing ahead of Fossil Ridge High School, a division 5A band, and D’Evelyn High School, a 3A band. The band’s show, which stays the same throughout the season, is called Einstein’s Dreams and explores Albert Einstein’s discovery of the theory of relativity. It features a variety of music including original compositions, Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time,” and music from the Pixar film “Inside Out.”

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