• TSD Coach & Players Named to CHSAA All-State Basketball Teams

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 3/27/2020

    The Colorado High School Activities Association selected its all-state basketball teams. In girls basketball, Berthoud High School coach Alan Gibson was named 4A Girls Coach of the Year. Berthoud High School senior guard/forward Emily Cavey made the 4A all-state first team and junior guard Breanna Fowler made the all-state second team. Thompson Valley High School forward Sydnee Durtsche, 4A Northern League Player of the Year, received a 4A honorable mention and Loveland High School senior guard Megan Stackhouse received a 5A honorable mention. In boys basketball, Thompson Valley High School junior Jaromy Morgan received a 4A honorable mention.

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  • TSD Staff Named as Educators of the Year

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 3/12/2020

    2020 EOY

    Thompson School District staff members were named as 2020 Educators of the Year at the Thompson Education Foundation Educator Appreciation Breakfast held at Embassy Suites Loveland. The recipients were:

    • TSD Staff Member of the Year – Patricia Connelly, Walt Clark Middle School
    • Principal of the Year – Eric Harting, Cottonwood Plains Elementary School
    • Elementary Educator of the Year – Jennifer Preusse, Ivy Stockwell Elementary School
    • Secondary Educators of the Year
      • Jessica May, Conrad Ball Middle School
      • Kyle Freesen, Loveland High School
    • Thompson Education Foundation Educator of the Year – Donald Kotnik, Mountain View High School
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  • MVHS Student is Northern League Swimmer of the Year

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/28/2020

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    Mountain View High School senior Sophia Busse was named Swimmer of the Year by Northern League coaches. Her ability to inspire the team was one of the leading reasons she was chosen for this award.

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  • McKee Wellness Foundation Donates to TSD Health & Wellness Programs

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/28/2020

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    McKee Wellness Foundation donated over $12,300 to school health and wellness programs in Thompson School District for participation in the 2019 Loveland Turkey Trot. 724 TSD students, family and staff participated in this year’s event. Funding was provided through McKee’s Heart Health Program, which aims to support education, prevention, treatment and recovery programs in the community associated with cardiovascular wellness. One of the program’s key components is education and activity for young community members.

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  • LHS Robotics Class Pays it Forward with OtterCares Foundation Grant

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/27/2020

    Michael Pintaric’s robotics class at Loveland High School received a $9,000 grant from OtterCares Foundation for six 3D printers; one for each of the six elementary schools in LHS’s feeder system. By the end of the year, Lincoln, Coyote Ridge, Laurene Edmondson, Ponderosa, Centennial and Cottonwood Plains elementary schools will receive a new 3D printer from the LHS students. The LulzBot printers will be customized for each elementary school—the LHS students will use their school’s 3D printers to create some of the parts and pieces in the elementary school's colors and create a safety cover box that will keep the elementary students safe from hot pieces. Once the LHS students deliver the printers, they will help train the elementary school teachers on the technology and work with the younger students.

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  • LEMS Student Excels at State Chess Championship

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/25/2020

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    Jacob Findley, 8th grader at Lucile Erwin Middle School, finished 6th in the Blitz Chess tournament and 8th in Classic Chess at the 2020 Colorado State Scholastic Chess Championship.

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  • LHS Wrestler Takes State Championship

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/24/2020

    Loveland High School sophomore Kobi Johnson won the 106-pound title at the Class 4A State Wrestling Championships at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Mountain View High School senior Malachi Contreras placed second in the 126-pound championship, Thompson Valley High School senior Chase Englehardt placed second in the 160-pound championship, and LHS senior Marcelo Espinoza Diaz placed second in the 170-pound championship.

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  • Elementary Students Compete in Grand Battle of the Books

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/24/2020

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    Elementary school students from Thompson School District completed six weeks of Battle of the Books trivia competitions. The top teams from each grade then competed for bragging rights and a trophy for their school at the Grand Battle of the Books at the Loveland Public Library. The winners are: 3rd grade - Cottonwood Plains Elementary School; 4th grade - Centennial Elementary School; and 5th grade - New Vision Charter School.

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  • TSD High School Chess Tournament Results

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/19/2020

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    The following students placed at Thompson School District’s High School Chess Tournament: 1st place - Jakobi Wells, 10th grade, Thompson Valley High School; 2nd place - William Hatton, 11th grade, Berthoud High School; 3rd place - Logan Sheppard, 10th grade, Loveland Classical Schools; 4th place - Elizabeth Thompson, 9th grade, Loveland High School; and 5th place - Cleveland Odd, 12th grade, Mountain View High School.

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  • Middle School Teacher Awarded WOW Travel Grant

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/13/2020

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    Laura LaBelle, ELD teacher at Bill Reed Middle School and Turner Middle School, was awarded Thompson Education Foundation's 2020 Windows on the World (WOW) Travel Grant sponsored by the Hiatt Family Fund at the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado. LaBelle will use her award to travel to Cuernavaca, Mexico, to study and practice specialized Spanish language educator vocabulary and to learn more about Mexico's culture to honor and celebrate the rich cultural heritage that her students bring to the classroom.

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