• ***Important online programming update for the 2022-2023 school year:

     

    Thompson Connect Online was built as a remote instructional option in response to COVID-19 and was funded through federal relief dollars through the end of this school year. Remote instructional options in response to COVID-19 are no longer allowable as per the Colorado Department of Education.

     

    4th-12th:

    We are extending our Thompson Online programming for students in grades 4-8. Our 9-12 programming will shift and change as well. Because of these changes, we are re-evaluating each online student’s enrollment and placement. The chart at the end of this letter will help you to understand the criteria moving forward.

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Anyone currently enrolled in online programming will be automatically enrolled back to their in-person building for 2022-2023. If you would like your student to attend in-person school for 2022-2023, no action is required by you.

    IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ONLINE PROGRAMMING and WILL BE IN GRADES 4-12 IN 2022-2023, PLEASE FOLLOW THE PROCESS BELOW.

    The process includes:

    1. Reading THIS APPLICATION PROCESS.
    2. Viewing THIS CHART that compares online programming from this year and what is to come.
    3. Completing THIS ELIGIBILITY SURVEY (due April 22, 2022)
    4. If, after completing the survey, you still believe online programming is the right fit, COMPLETE THIS APPLICATION (due April 22, 2022)

     

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    Thompson Online

    • 100% self-paced/independent
    • Office hours available in-person or online
    • Part time or full time
    • TOL uses FuelEd/PEAK
  • Thompson Online (TOL) has been in TSD for over ten years and offers a robust online education option for TSD students. 

    • Classes start and end at any time throughout the semester.
    • Students have 24/7 access to their classes through an online platform and can make an appointment for extra support.
    • Students can participate as full-time or part-time students. Some students take classes in TOL and at their building.
    • Online teachers interact with students through multiple venues, creating a virtual learning environment.
    • No regular attendance is required. However, work in classes is expected (one hour per day per class), and weekly progress reports are maintained. 
    • TOL requires that work be completed and students make adequate progress. Students who do not pass the majority of their classes may be required to meet with staff to review if online learning continues to be a viable option.
    • Students should be strong independent learners.
    • The majority of the classes taught are regular classes, and all TOL classes are NCAA approved. 

     


     

    Contact Information

    Email: thompsononline@tsd.org

    Phone: (970) 613-5989.  (email is best)