• $pring Ka-Ching 2018

    The Student Ambassadors are sponsoring a Spring Ka-Ching in support of kids with cancer. The money raised will go to Cookies for Kid's Cancer. Students are encouraged to bring in lose change, no matter how little or big. The goal is to collect $1500! The fundraiser will last from March 19th-30th. The top elementary class and top middle school class will earn a root beer and popcorn party!

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  • “Summer in Thompson-Experiences in Math and Science" (STEMS)

    The “Summer in Thompson-Experiences in Math and Science" (STEMS) program provides half-day courses, taught by licensed teachers and content specialists, designed to extend and develop the talents of elementary and middle school students both academically and creatively. These mini courses are educationally enriching, diverse, creative, highly interactive, and appealing to students of almost every learning interest or special talent. Registration for the STEMS program is March 19 - April 30, 2018. Classes start at $90.

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  • Thompsons School District Art Show

    Congratulations to the following students who will have art on display until April 12. Kaidyn Elmore, Davis Kinney, Brooklyn Meza, Josefina Franco Sharp, , Quentin Chase, Skyler Tyson, Egan Bauersfeld, Autiana Quintana Busey, Ainsley Wilson, Ryder Konecny, Anna Grace Harris, Dawson Mueller, Camrin Wiggs, Josie Berring, Susannah Woods, Robert Bolser, Jaylynn Steele-Santor, Izabella Atwood, Michael Bacco, Hope Whitcomb, Isaac Berring, Addi Johnson, Ethen Claxton, Brodie Hundertmark, Caroline Harrod and Ethan Willits. Great job Bison artists!

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  • Yearbook Sales

    Purchase your 2017/2018 Yearbook today!Want a great gift for any High Plains student? The yearbook is a great present this holiday season. Go to the High Plains website and click on the family and community tab and buy yours today!

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  • Talent Show Tryouts

    Do you have a hidden or obvious talent that you would like to demonstrate to others? Do you enjoy being in the spotlight, singing, gymnastics, dancing, playing an instrument? Or maybe you can juggle, tell jokes, present a magic act or karate skills, act out a skit or monologue? Well, start practicing and preparing for High Plains first Talent Show coming at the end of May. Tryouts will be held Friday, March 23, from 3:10 - 5:00.

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  • Chess Competition

    Traditionally, the district has hosted two district-wide chess tournaments. The State Qualifer Chess Tournament was hosted in January in advance of the Colorado State Chess Tournament, followed by the Thompson School District Tournament for all divisions in the spring. The Colorado State Chess Association no longer requires competitors to qualify for the state tournament through a regional competition. With the removal of this requirement, it is now possible to restructure our competitions to be more division focused. This year, there will be separate tournaments for the following divisions:  Elementary School Division – grades K-5  Middle School Division – grades 5-8  High School Division – grades 9-12 These competitions will follow the traditional Swiss System, and allow for expanded participation within the three divisions.

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