• MVHS Senior Named 2019 Miss Loveland Valentine

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 11/9/2018

    Mountain View High School senior Kat Pfeiffer was named 2019 Miss Loveland Valentine by the Loveland Chamber of Commerce. She was selected from a group of eight contestants in the competition that involves an interview, a 500-word essay and a three-minute speech about the topic "Loveland, My Community." As Miss Loveland Valentine, Pfeiffer will represent the city at several events, including a meeting with newly elected governor Jared Polis and an address she will give on the floor of the Colorado Senate. Miss Loveland Valentine contestants are high school seniors in Loveland who are selected by their high school guidance counselors because they have at least a 3.0 grade point average, are college bound and currently hold leadership roles in school or community activities.

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  • LHS Band Places Third in Colorado Bandmasters Association State Championships

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 11/6/2018

    The 180-member Loveland High Band took third place in the 4A division of the Colorado Bandmasters Association State Championships in Colorado Springs. The band started its eight-minute performance in sunny, breezy weather and finished amidst strong winds that snapped props in half and knocked some students over; snow was blowing in as their performance wrapped up. The Loveland High Band, which has medaled 13 years in a row, was one of two 4A schools that performed in the surprise storm. Liberty High followed the Crimson Regiment onto the field during the height of the snow for the semifinals before organizers called a weather delay to ensure student safety. The other two bands, Air Academy and Mesa Ridge, performed after the delay in sunny but cold conditions for their semifinal round. The semifinals became the finals when the Colorado Bandmasters Association decided to cancel the final rounds due to the initial delay and weather that would be coming in that night. Medals were awarded based on the semifinal scores. Loveland High took third place with a score of 82.55 points, only 1.65 points behind first-place Air Academy (84.2 points). Liberty High took second place (84.05 points).

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  • TVHS Juniors Place in Top Five at State Cross Country Meets

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/31/2018

    Thompson Valley High School juniors Kenadi Krueger and Dylan Schubert finished in the top five in their respective 4A State Cross Country Meets at the Norris-Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs. Schubert placed third for the boys and Krueger placed fifth for the girls.

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  • LEMS Honored at Fuel Greatness Touchdown Recognition Celebration

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/31/2018

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    Lucile Erwin Middle School was honored at the Fuel Greatness Touchdown Recognition Celebration by Dairy MAX, which is the local dairy council and “Fuel Up to Play 60” (FUTP 60) program sponsor, and the Denver Broncos for the school community's hard work, dedication and commitment to FUTP 60 during the 2017-2018 school year. This annual event is designed to recognize and honor high-achieving schools, student teams and program advisors in the state of Colorado that complete the six steps of the FUTP 60 program. Created by the National Dairy Council and the National Football League, FUTP 60 encourages students to get active and “play” for 60 minutes daily and “fuel up” with critical nutrient-rich foods missing from their diets, like low-fat and fat-free dairy foods, fruits, vegetables and whole grains.

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  • BRMS Girls Win Cross Country State Championship

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/31/2018

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    Bill Reed Middle School’s Girls Cross Country team won the 2018 Colorado State Championship. They won with 83 points, beating second place by 59 points, and had three girls finish in the top five.

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  • Two Schools Recognized for Exceptional Promising Practices in Family, School & Community Partnering

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/19/2018

    Laurene Edmondson Elementary School and Monroe Elementary School were recognized by the Colorado Department of Education for their “Promising Practices in Family, School and Community Partnering." They were among several schools and districts throughout the state that were recognized for their distinguished efforts in working with families for student learning. Known as "Promising Partnership Practices," their activities align with the National Standards for Family-School Partnerships, which was adopted in Colorado legislation in 2009.

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  • TVHS Student Earns Distinction of National Hispanic Scholar

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 10/11/2018

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    Thompson Valley High School student Elizabeth Texeira earned the distinction of "National Hispanic Scholar." Elizabeth scored in the top 2.5% among Hispanic and Latino PSAT/NMSQT test takers in our region. Her achievement was shared with colleges and universities, who can now reach out to her for admissions and scholarship opportunities.

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  • LISA Program Wins in Duck Decorating Contest

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 8/31/2018

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    For the second year in a row, the Loveland area Integrated School of the Arts (LISA) program won first place in the 7th-12th grade category of the duck decorating contest for the Loveland Rotary Club Duck Race at the Loveland Corn Roast Festival. Money raised from the duck race and decorated sponsored ducks helps the Loveland Rotary Club fund Chromebooks for 4th and 5th grade classrooms and scholarships for graduating seniors in Thompson School District.

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