Thompson School District 2022-2023 Senior Citizen Property Tax Work-Off Program
The Senior Citizen Property Tax Work-Off Program provides opportunities for those 62 and older to volunteer in different types of positions in schools and in return receive minimum wage for a total of 30 hours in the form of a check to Larimer County to pay their property taxes.
Volunteers in Thompson Assisting Learners
COVID-19 & OTHER PANDEMICS
At this time, volunteers may return to the buildings. Volunteers must not have any COVID-19 symptoms present including a temperature of 100.4 or above and coughing or shortness of breath when entering any school property. TSD requires volunteers to follow all COVID-19 procedures outlined for health and safety based on Larimer County Health Department guidelines. That can change at any time and volunteers must adhere to any TSD policy changes related to masks, social distancing, or other guidelines, which is communicated by staff. All volunteers are required to sign a COVID Waiver Form before volunteering. Click HERE for the form. The COVID Waiver Form may be dropped off at or mailed to any school or the TSD Administration Building as well as emailed with an actual signature (no electronic signatures accepted) to email@example.com. Haga clic AQUÍ para obtener el formulario COVID en español.
The VITAL program encourages parents and community members to share their time and knowledge with Thompson students by becoming authorized volunteers. Whether or not you have students in the district, we welcome your involvement.
- Help in classrooms
- Chaperone field trips and school activities
- Volunteer as a coach for a sports team
- Serve as tutors
- Present at career fairs
- Assist in science and computer labs
- Serve on a district committee
- Help fundraise
- And more!