• MVHS Senior Crowned Miss Loveland Valentine 2020

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 11/18/2019

    Mountain View High School senior Ashley Arthur was crowned Miss Loveland Valentine 2020 by the Loveland Chamber of Commerce and Thompson Valley Rotary Club during a luncheon at House of Neighborly Service. Miss Loveland Valentine candidates are nominated by school administrators for being peer leaders and having at least a 3.0 GPA and plans to attend college in the coming year. The candidates gave a three-minute speech on the topic “Loveland, My Community,” submitted a 300- to 500-word essay and completed an interview before a panel of five judges. The winner is expected to be an active member of the community in both service and spirit, to speak in front of the Colorado Senate during Valentine’s season, to kick off Loveland’s annual valentine remailing program and more.

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  • MVHS Student Chosen for All State Jazz Choir

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 11/12/2019


    Alexa Rodriguez is Mountain View High School’s first All State Jazz Choir participant. She participated in a four-hour callback at Smoky Hill and will sing in the 16-person All State Jazz Treble Choir. She will rehearse and perform at the Broadmoor Hotel with world renowned jazz musicians the last weekend of January.

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  • LHS Band is State Champion

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 11/4/2019


    Loveland High School’s Crimson Regiment was named 2019 4A State Champion by the Colorado Bandmasters Association. Due to inclement weather, the final championship event was canceled. CBA awarded all of the semifinalist bands their placements from the regional competition. The Crimson Regiment took first place with a score of 86.45.

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  • BHS Cheerleader on All American Team

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 11/4/2019

    Berthoud High School cheerleader Juliet Babyak was chosen to be a member of the Universal Cheerleader Association’s All American Team. The high school senior has been invited to join other cheerleaders from across the United States to perform in London’s New Year’s Day parade. The athletes will practice on their own over the next two months and only have one day to practice together before the parade. Babyak tried out for the All American Team over the summer during a Universal Cheerleaders Association camp at Colorado State University and was one of only a few from Colorado to make the team after performing jumps, a dance routine and a cheer piece.

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  • Safeway Foundation Award Benefits TSD Families in Need

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/29/2019


    The Safeway Foundation awarded Thompson School District with a $1,000 gift and then surprised officials by increasing it to $2,000. The holiday fundraiser sponsored by Safeway helps provide holiday dinners to local families in need. The Loveland Rotary KidsPak Program is hoping to provide 500 meals to area families this holiday season.

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  • TVHS Senior Takes Second at Cross Country State Championships

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/28/2019

    Thompson Valley High School senior Dylan Schubert took second place in the Class 4A Colorado High School Cross Country State Championships at the Norris Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs. Schubert’s foot was stepped on with about three-quarters of a mile left on the course and his shoe popped off. Schubert kept going and finished with a time of 15:48.5.

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  • TEF Receives Grant for TSD's Career & Technical Education Center

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/25/2019


    The OtterCares Foundation celebrated its 10th anniversary with a reception at Colorado State University. Attended by Otter Products employees and members of the community, the event culminated with the awarding of $320,000 in grants to support local education initiatives. Among the awards, Thompson Education Foundation received a $50,000 grant which will be utilized to create a Business Hub at Thompson School District's new Career and Technical Education Center. The center, which will be located at the site of the recently closed Van Buren Elementary School, is currently under construction and will open for students next fall. The glass-walled Business Hub will be the first thing that visitors will see when entering the main assembly area of the building. It is the place where business and education will intersect and where connections between the business community and TSD students will be made on a daily basis.

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  • High Plains School Counselor Receives Award

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 9/12/2019

    High Plains School counselor Danielle Case was named 2019 Multi-Level School Counselor of the Year by the Colorado School Counselor Association.

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