Thompson School District “2020-2021 Return to Learn”
Virtual Community Forum
Thompson School District will host a virtual forum this month for families and community members to learn more about the 2020-2021 “Return to Learn” re-opening process. Visitors will be able to submit questions ahead of time as well as during the forum utilizing a specialized survey link. The session will be hosted on the district’s YouTube channel on Thursday, July 30, at 6 PM. A link to view the session will also be provided on the district’s website (thompsonschools.org) on the day of the forum.
To submit questions, please use the following survey link:
District staff members have worked closely with officials at the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment and the State of Colorado to design the re-opening plan for the upcoming school year. The process was also heavily guided through feedback that has been received from families, staff and community members.
We greatly appreciate your support and hope you will join us for the upcoming forum.
Engine 474 refilling with water from a pond while assisting the Rist Canyon VFD …
Engine 474 refilling with water from a pond while assisting the Rist Canyon VFD with controlling a wildland fire on Stringtown Gulch Road. @larimersheriff Emergency Services and @u.s.forestservice also responded to the fire which is now under control. #wildlandfirefighting #ristcanyon #masonvillecolorado #lovelandcolorado @svitrucks
The City is hiring Benefit-Eligible Positions: Construction Project Mgr. Water…
The City is hiring
Construction Project Mgr. Water/Wastewater – Water & Power
Performs construction management/engineering work in the planning, review, design, construction, operations and maintenance of water/wastewater systems.
Hiring range: $65,100 – $83,000, DOQ.
System Administrator, Library Tech & Innovation – Library
Maintains servers, PCs,🖥 network equipment (switches), virtualization, Windows Domain Management, Group Policy, SAAS solutions. DHCP, DNS and Proxy Server.
Hiring range: $26.30 – $32.88, DOQ.
Golf Pro Shop Worker, Mariana Butte – Parks & Rec
Provides customer service and cashiers. Ten-month position, less than 30 hours/wk.
Pay rate: $12.00-$14.15/hr. DOQ.
Play/Tee Manager I, Mariana Butte – Parks & Rec 🏌️
Ensures speed of play and rules/regs followed. May also ensure accuracy of tee time paperwork.
Pay rate: $12.00-$14.15/hr. DOQ.
Cart/Range Worker, Mariana Butte – Parks & Rec
Maintains grounds, facilities, equipment, assists with cart maintenance. Gathers range balls, restocks bins.
Pay rate: $12.00-$14.00/hr. DOQ.
To view full job descriptions and apply online, go to www.cityofloveland.org/jobs.
August edition of City Update features Loveland Pulse's roll out of high sp…
August edition of City Update features Loveland Pulse's roll out of high speed internet to Loveland residents
Loveland Pulse’s high-speed internet 🖥 and voice📱 services are starting to roll out to city residents as the utility announced residential plans and pricing in June.
“High-speed internet is essential to our residents, and that has become even clearer over the past few months,” said Brieana Reed-Harmel, manager of Loveland Pulse. Pulse residential plans are designed for all of Loveland, providing value-added features to subscribers.
Read about Loveland Pulse’s roll-out to the community and much more in the August edition of City Update, at www.cityofloveland.org/cityupdate.
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