• LHS Student Earns NSDA Academic All American Status

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/10/2021

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    Caitlin Tapia is Loveland High School's first-ever Academic All American as recognized by the National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA). Fewer than 2% of NSDA students earn the Academic All American award every year. This prestigious award celebrates the academic excellence, outstanding character, leadership and competitive success of high school students. Tapia has earned over 1,000 NSDA points in the NSDA Honor Society and is the school's top earner in Loveland High School history. She is also the 26th highest NSDA point earner in Colorado.

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  • LHS Senior Chosen as a Coca-Cola Scholarship Regional Finalist

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/10/2021

    Loveland High School senior Jordan Reichhardt was chosen as a regional finalist and one of only 251 students who will move on for a $20,000 Coca-Cola Scholars Program Scholarship. This achievement-based scholarship recognizes students for their capacity to lead and serve as well as their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities.

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  • Staff Member Receives Prestigious Genevieve Overman Memorial Service Award

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/3/2021

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    Thompson School District staff member Kelley Parkhurst, Spanish Curriculum Liaison, has been named as the recipient of the Genevieve Overman Memorial Service Award by the Colorado Congress of Foreign Language Teachers (CCFLT). She will be recognized at their spring conference. The Genevieve Overman Memorial Service Award honors a CCFLT member for lengthy and dedicated service to the world language profession and to the CCFLT for the following criteria: Outstanding evidence of leadership within the CCFLT and Colorado world language communities; significant evidence of service to the CCFLT; and significant evidence of mentorship to students, colleagues and CCFLT members.

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  • TSD Students Named as Boettcher Scholarship Finalists

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/1/2021

    Four Loveland High School students—Daniel Lange, Delaney McNally, Iain Magruder and Jordan Reichhardt—have been named as finalists for the Boettcher Scholarship. 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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  • TSD Students Named as Daniels Scholarship Finalists

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 1/29/2021

    Eliana Paradise, Berthoud High School, and Megan Lindsey, Loveland High School, have been named as finalists for the Daniels Scholarship. Finalists are invited to participate in a personal interview, which will be conducted online by community leaders.

    The Daniels Scholarship Program offers a comprehensive, four-year college scholarship that provides financial and personal support focused on helping Daniels Scholars succeed in college and in life. The Daniels Scholarship can be used at any accredited nonprofit college or university in the United States.

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  • TSD Students Named as Daniels Scholarship Semifiinalists

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 1/22/2021

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

    Eliana Paradise, Berthoud High School

    Megan Lindsey, Loveland High School

    The Daniels Scholarship Program offers a comprehensive, four-year college scholarship that provides financial and personal support focused on helping Daniels Scholars succeed in college and in life. The Daniels Scholarship can be used at any accredited nonprofit college or university in the United States.

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  • TSD Students Named as Boettcher Scholarship Semifinalists

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 1/22/2021

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

    Genevieve Babyak, Berthoud High School

    Elizabeth Sundheim, Berthoud High School

    Daniel Lange, Loveland High School

    Iain Magruder, Loveland High School

    Delaney McNally, Loveland High School

    Jordan Reichhardt, Loveland 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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  • LHS Student Earns Silver Congressional Award Medal

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 1/15/2021

    Loveland High School freshman Egan Bauersfeld earned a silver Congressional Award medal. He previously earned the bronze medal and now has set his sights on gold. In order to achieve the silver medal, Bauersfeld was required to perform 200 hours of public service as well as invest 100 hours each in physical fitness and personal development. The final requirement was a two-night, three-day exploration trip. Similar requirements applied to the bronze medal. The gold medal requires twice as many hours of each requirement. The Congressional Award program is open to anyone starting at age 13½, and they have until age 24 to complete the gold medal requirements. About 500 gold medals are awarded nationwide each year.

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  • LHS Students Chosen as Coca-Cola Scholarship Semifinalists

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 12/18/2020

    Loveland High School seniors Megan Lindsey and Jordan Reichhardt have been selected as semifinalists for the Coca-Cola Scholarship. Only 1,609 semifinalists were chosen from 99,403 applicants this year. They were selected based on their outstanding leadership, academic achievements and dedication to their community.

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  • MVHS Service Projects Chosen for Implementation

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 12/18/2020

    Each seminar class in Mountain View High School’s Freshman Academy Program was challenged with developing a service project idea that benefits the school or community which could then be completed together by all 14 classes. A panel judged and scored the project presentations. The three projects selected to be implemented were: “Together at our Table” by Ms. Anderton’s group, Mycr0 M1ndZz; “Positivity Mural” by Mr. Mayes group, The Mayes Machine; and “Quiet Cupid Surprise” by Ms. Balliet’s group, The Balliet Bunch.

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