"It truly is time to confront these issues head on and make sure our community understands the challenges facing our school district." Please read Superintendent Scheer's latest letter to the community.
Ms. Grieves will be filling the position vacated by Derrick Martin, who is departing the district.
Please read Superintendent Scheer's recent letter to the community, which discusses educational taxation.
The program will run Tuesday, May 30, through Friday, July 28, excluding the week of July 3 - 7.
Mrs. Tymkowych will be filling the position vacated by Emily MacNiven, who is departing the district.
During these forums, an update will be provided on the proposed budget, as well as an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the process.
Mrs. Harmon will fill the position that will be vacated by Kim Young, who is retiring from the district.
Please read Superintendent Scheer's latest letter to the community, focusing on our various "school to career" options
Students from Thompson Valley High School and Loveland High School captured a number of honors at the state competition.
Submit a photo of yourself with your favorite teacher, along with a brief description of why that teaching professional means so much to you.
Mrs. Geraghty will fill the position that will be vacated by Grant Waaler, who is departing the district.
"Even if Thompson received every single dollar available in the entire marijuana-funded state program, it would not be enough to cover our needs." Please read Superintendent Scheer's latest letter to the community
Mr. Harris will fill the vacancy that will be created when Chris Garcia departs the district at the conclusion of the school year.
"Our responsibility as a school district is to ensure that every child in every corner of our community is provided the excellent education that they deserve." - Please read Superintendent Scheer's latest letter to the community.
The money for the gift cards was raised through the group's "Dine Out with Heart" program.
The honor was bestowed by the Colorado Congress of Foreign Languages.
This was Bill Reed Middle School's 11th year of empowering students with an opportunity to assist other children.
Students are learning the standard approach to CPR that the American Heart Association has successfully implemented in other school programs across the nation. Instructors are also teaching how to use an AED device.
Students who are accepted for open enrollment at the school will be able to attend classes immediately.
Join a planning committee and help celebrate BRMS' birthday in style!
A total of 47 scholarships have been awarded to TSD students through the Foundation's extensive program.
District families saved over $469,000 in tuition during the 2015-2016 school year.