Tag Archives: schools

2019 CMAS results for Berthoud schools

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor The results for the 2019 Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) were published this month and the results show an improvement for Turner Middle School… Read more »

How the new proposed sex education bill affects public and charter schools

By Autumn Leopold The Surveyor The sponsors of the bill include Democrat Representative Susan Lontine, Democrat Senator Nancy Todd (a retired teacher), and Republican Senator Don Coram. The controversy surrounding… Read more »

Ivy Cares makes cards, gift bags for Meals on Wheels

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Meals on Wheels clients received a little something extra with one of their meals delivered just before Christmas — and they’ll get another treat for… Read more »

New centers will provide an expansion of service

Guest Columnist – Dr. Marc Schaffer The Surveyor Greetings Thompson School District students, staff, parents and community members, From early childhood through graduation, Thompson School District (TSD) is committed to… Read more »

The reality of drugs in our schools

By Autumn Leopold The Surveyor On Feb 12 I attended an eye-opening, heart palpitating presentation by Larimer Country Sheriff’s Deputies Kevin Kingston, and Vince Mosley called, “Drugs in Our Schools,… Read more »

Berthoud elementary schools receive state honors

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Both of Berthoud’s elementary schools collected some hardware as a result of their performance on the most recent statewide school performance assessments. Ivy Stockwell and… Read more »

KidsPak to hold first spaghetti dinner fundraiser, celebrates 10 years of service

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Nearly 10 years ago the Loveland Rotary KidsPak provided weekend food bags for 34 students at three schools — and now the nonprofit serves 39… Read more »

Thompson School Board approves ballot language for November vote

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor At the most recent meeting of the Thompson School District Board of Education, held Wednesday night in Loveland, the board unanimously approved language for a… Read more »

Like it or not, Berthoud is growing

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor Most people in town have noticed the steadily increasing number of homes being built in the subdivisions around town. The population of the town is… Read more »

Berthoud residents disgruntled with TSD plan for overcrowded schools

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor The podium during public comment at the April 18 Thompson School District board of education was a revolving door of concerned parents, faculty, and even… Read more »