In order to more closely align with safety protocols that have been incorporated throughout the district due to the ongoing pandemic, the Thompson School District Board of Education will once again host its regular meetings in a virtual setting and will no longer meet in-person at this time. This meeting structure will be in place through at least October 16, which is the period of time that all in-person instruction in schools will be held in a remote-only setting. The next Board of Education meeting will be held this Wednesday, August 19 at 6 PM. It will be streamed live on the district's YouTube account ("Thompson School District") and an on-demand copy of the meeting will also be available for viewing on the same page once it has concluded.
Public comment for the Board meetings may be provided virtually by calling (970) 613-6776 between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM on the day of the meetings. When recording your comment, please be sure to leave your name, address, the topic of your comment and a phone number or e-mail address in case district staff need to reach out to you. Due to procedures, if this information is not provided, the message will not be played back during the meeting. Messages may not exceed three (3) minutes in length and a speaker may only record one message for consideration to be played at the next scheduled regular Board Meeting. More details regarding the public comment process may be found here: https://bit.ly/2Y9TtIa
For more information, please contact Michael Hausmann, Thompson School District Public Information Officer, at 970-613-5011 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Just a reminder that a statewide open fire ban is still in effect due to an exec…
Just a reminder that a statewide open fire ban is still in effect due to an executive order from the Governor. This fire ban will be in effect for 30 days from September 16th.
Per Larimer County, the fire ban includes:
No open fires, no open burning.
No welding, or operating acetylene or other torch.
No smoking in the open, including trails, parks and open spaces or outside of buildings.
No Fireworks or fireworks displays produced by combustion, detonation or deflagration.
No incendiary devices, including sky lanterns, exploding ammunition, exploding targets, and tracer ammunition.
No fires in permanently constructed outside stationary masonry or metal fireplaces.
Charcoal and wood pellet grills.
Propane fire pits.
Return to Learn- What Students and Staff Can Expect
What To Expect When You Arrive For The First Day Back In Your School-
Many adjustments have been completed at district buildings to help ensure safety for all as we begin our staggered return to in-person learning.
Please click here to watch a video that provides more information: https://bit.ly/
Find more information at http://thompsonschools.org/returntolearn
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This weeks #NationalPrepare
Talk to your kids about disaster & emergency preparedness!
Share preparedness advice with your kids and their friends. These tips about staying safe can be fun and easy!
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