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Registration Information

Welcome to Thompson School District!

Thompson now offers the convenience of online registration, and online household updates.
Please select appropriate link below for registration options and information:

Currently enrolled students
Complete the annual family update for the 2016 - 2017 school year

Star Registration/Back to School Information (including important dates)

Kindergarten Registration
(2016-17 School year available - Current in-district preschool students do not need to register)

NEW Student Registration
(available year-round )

Thompson Reinvented

Thompson Reinvented
Thompson Reinvented was described by MPC Chair, Dr. Jason Hatch, as a "win-win" approach that addresses needs across the Loveland, Berthoud, and surrounding communities.

Thompson Reinvented

Thompson School District's Master Plan Committee (MPC) is a Board of Education-established standing committee provided by BOE policy FB, "Facilities Planning," and policy FBA, "Planning Advisors."  The committee is composed of students, community members and staff who meet monthly to review and forecast capital needs in the district.

From August, 2014 through June, 2016, the MPC developed the Thompson Reinvented through committee meetings, input forums, school accountability committee meetings and presentations to local community groups.  The resulting plan is intended to address more than one problem, but a complex set of issues, including...

Schools falling into disrepair; $72m in identified needs;
Zero “capital reserve” in State financing;
11 elementary schools under 300;
Several schools overcrowded, including LHS and LEMS;
1,811 open enrollment out of TSD; over $12m in lost annual revenue;
Growth has been and continues to happen, far from schools with space.

School by school scorecards:  

Berthoud ES Scorecard



Lincoln ES Scorecard


BF Kitchen ES Scorecard



Mary Blair ES Scorecard


Big Thompson ES Scorecard



Monroe ES Scorecard


Carrie Martin ES Scorecard



Namaqua ES Scorecard


Centennial ES Scorecard



Ponderosa ES Scorecard


Cottonwood Plains ES Scorecard



Sarah Milner ES Scorecard


Coyote Ridge ES Scorecard



Stansberry ES Scorecard


Garfield ES Scorecard



Truscott ES Scorecard


Ivy Stockwell ES Scorecard



Van Buren ES Scorecard


L. Edmondson ES Scorecard



Winona ES Scorecard



Loveland Classical CS Project



New Vision CS Project


Bill Reed MS Scorecard



Conrad Ball MS Scorecard


Lucile Erwin MS Scorecard



Turner MS Scorecard


Walt Clark MS Scorecard



Berthoud HS Scorecard


Mountain View HS Scorecard



LHS facility Scorecard


Thompson Valley HS Scorecard



New K-8 Scorecard


Ferguson HS Scorecard



New LHS Scorecard




If You Build It, They'll Learn Better
U.S. News & World Report

Designing Classrooms to Maximize Student Achievement
U.S. News & World Report

Do School Facilities Affect Academic Outcomes?
National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities

Research on the Impact of School Facilities on Students and Teachers
A Summary of Studies Published Since 2000

Impact of Inadequate School Facilities on Student Learning
Archived Information from the Department of Education

School Facilities And Learning
Essentials on education data and research analysis from Edvantia.

Facility Performance Scorecards
Repairs and maintenance.

Thompson Reinvented Presentation

2016 Community Survey
(report of results)

Enrollment Projection Study

Enrollment Analysis

To view the presentation slides from the forums, CLICK HERE

The two ballot proposals currently under consideration by the Board of Education are:
-An $11 million Mill Levy Override.  The proceeds generated would be used to fund salary competitiveness to help narrow the 14% salary gap that exists between TSD and its closest neighbors, address school bus fleet needs and provide further educational program support (math, literacy, etc.) with a per-pupil share to the district's two charter schools.  If the Board was to decide to pursue this mill levy override, that would equate to an estimated increase of 7.1265 mills based on 2016 assessed valuations, which would translate to an estimated amount of $4.73 per month per $100,000 of residential value.
-A $288 million bond.  If the Board was to decide to pursue the $288 million bond to address facility needs, that would equate to an estimated increase of 9.830 mills for the bond redemption, which would translate to an estimated amount of $6.52 per month per $100,000 of residential value. 
Questions and comments regarding the proposed plan may be submitted to the following e-mail address: 
For more information on the Master Plan Committee or the "Thompson Reinvented" proposal, please contact Michael Hausmann, Thompson School District Public Information Officer, at 613-5011.

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