• BHS Team Qualifies for VEX Robotics Worlds Competition

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 3/14/2019

    Three Berthoud High School robotics teams were among 100 teams to compete in the Colorado High School VEX Robotics Championship in Parker. Team 1069E, also known as Critical Mass, won the Excellence Award and qualified for the worlds competition being held in Louisville, Kentucky, this year. The Excellence Award, the highest a team can earn, is given for competition placement, teamwork robot design and professional presentation.

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  • TSD Teams Place at Regional Destination Imagination Tournament

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 3/14/2019

    Over a dozen Thompson School District teams competed in the Regional Destination Imagination Tournament in Louisville. The following teams qualified for the state tournament: Flash Foxes from Truscott Elementary School who took 1st place in the elementary level service learning challenge; The Constellations from Centennial Elementary School who took 3rd place in the elementary level improvement challenge; and We Couldn’t Decide from Lucile Erwin Middle School who took 3rd place in the middle school level scientific challenge.

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  • TVHS Student Named Youth of the Year by Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/25/2019

    Addison Clause, a Thompson Valley High School sophomore, was named Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County at a breakfast ceremony at Embassy Suites. She was awarded a $3,000 scholarship. Clause was the West Loveland Club Youth of the Year. Other honored youths included Kailee Verdeyen, a Mountain View High School freshman, who was the Loveland-Pulliam Club Youth of the Year. Club winners competed in the annual Youth of the Year competition in which 11 Junior and Senior Youths of the Year from seven different clubs across the county presented two-minute speeches in front of a panel of judges and a room full of 50 guests. The Youth of the Year competition is a national Boys & Girls Clubs of America initiative that aims to foster a new generation of leaders.

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  • TSD Students Place in Longs Peak Regional Science & Engineering Fair

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/21/2019

    Thompson School District students competed in the Longs Peak Regional Science & Engineering Fair in Greeley. Over 300 students from Weld and Larimer counties participated. State qualifiers have the opportunity to compete at the Colorado State Science Fair. The following TSD students received awards at the regional fair:

    Lucile Erwin Middle School: Parker Muehlbauer - Mast Institute Pioneers of Science Award

    Turner Middle School: Gavin Barkeen - Mast Institute Pioneers of Science Award; Caiden Day - Invitation to compete at Broadcom Masters, 2nd in Physics category, State Qualifier; Sydney Downey - 3rd in Physics category; Haley Hanks - Honorable Mention in Chemistry category; Ayden Hepp - Honorable Mention in Chemistry category; Ian Hopkins - Honorable Mention in Engineering category; Addison Kapaun - Honorable Mention in Chemistry category; Carson Mead - UNC Student Senate Award, invitation to compete at Broadcom Masters, 1st in Physics category, State Qualifier; Grazia Novak - Naval Science Award, NASA Earth System Science Award, Ricoh USA Award, invitation to compete at Broadcom Masters, 1st in Plant Sciences category, State Qualifier; Wyatt Schmidle - Mast Institute Pioneers of Science Award

    Walt Clark Middle School: Chance Hill - 1st in Math & Computer Science category, State Qualifier, invitation to compete at Broadcom Masters

    Berthoud High School: Corey Schanker - Poster Award, Frontiers of Science Award, 3rd in Energy & Transportation senior category; Elizabeth Sundheim - Frontiers of Science Award, Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award, Write for Market Award, 1st place in Math & Computer Science category, State Qualifier, 4th overall in Best Of Fair senior division

    Mountain View High School: Paul Westerfield - Honorable Mention in Earth & Planetary Science senior category, 2nd place award from Colorado Soil & Water Conservation Society

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  • TVHS Wins 4A Regional Wrestling Title

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/19/2019

    The Thompson Valley High School Wrestling team won the 4A Region 4 team title. Twelve wrestlers placed and seven are heading to the state tournament. Mountain View High School and Loveland High School also have wrestlers heading to the state competition.

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  • BHS Wins 3A Regional Wrestling Title

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/19/2019

    The Berthoud High School Wrestling team won the 3A Region 2 team title. Ten wrestlers placed and eight are heading to the state tournament.

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  • Coyote Ridge Teacher Receives Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education Innovation Grant

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/14/2019

    Lindsay Cook, kindergarten teacher at Coyote Ridge Elementary School, was awarded a 2018-2019 Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (CLDE) Innovation Grant for her “Windows and Mirrors” project. She received $750 to diversify her classroom library.

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  • Ivy Stockwell Receives Larimer County Department of Natural Resources Grant

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/12/2019

    Ivy Stockwell Elementary School’s outdoor classroom is one of eight projects to receive a grant from the Larimer County Department of Natural Resources’ Small Grants for Community Partnering program in 2019. The Parent Teacher Organization at Ivy Stockwell received $2,024 for meadow installation, the fourth phase of the outdoor classroom at the school. Students, teachers and community members built the classroom as a place for students to learn outdoors. Classes at the school can access the outdoor space for a variety of lessons, from math to science to language arts, and students and parents tend the gardens and landscaping.

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  • BHS Swimmer Places at 3A State Championship

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/11/2019

    Berthoud High School's Jamie Dellwardt took 2nd place in the 100-yard backstroke at the 3A State Girls Swimming & Diving Championships in Fort Collins with a time of 58.21. She also took 3rd place in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2:12.06.

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  • LHS Swimmers Place at 4A State Championship

    Posted by Debbie Wright on 2/11/2019

    Loveland High School's Erin Lang won the 500-yard freestyle for the third consecutive year at the 4A State Girls Swimming & Diving Championships in Thornton with a school-record time of 4:58.35. She also took 1st place in the 200-yard freestyle with a school-record time of 1:52.15. LHS’s Ashley Peet took 2nd place in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:04.71. The LHS 200-yard medley relay team, consisting of Lang, Peet, Jordan Reichhardt and Adley Morrison, placed 3rd with a school-record and city-record time of 1:47.82.

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