The LISA program at Mountain View High School is a pathway for a student to earn a Thompson School District Honors Diploma through art integration. The MVHS LISA program seeks a student that is passionate about the arts, that works and learns together with others as a community, and that reflects the philosophy of art integration. In reviewing applications for admission, the MVHS LISA faculty seeks evidence of the following qualities: passion for the arts, the commitment and self-discipline to advance in both artistic and academic studies at an honors level, and the ability to contribute to building a successful, supportive, and inclusive school community through art integration.
Please keep in mind if you live outside the attendance boundary for MVHS, you will need to apply for open enrollment at that school.
To Apply for Open Enrollment: https://bit.ly/397ulYF
To Apply for the LISA program: https://bit.ly/37Sa9aS
“Our firefighters train for hours everyday, logging hundreds of hours annually, …
“Our firefighters train for hours everyday, logging hundreds of hours annually, to prepare for the moments where a life hangs in the balance. Our firefighters train tirelessly on a broad spectrum of topics fromstudying street maps, building construction, fire thermodynamics, risk management, etc. During training such as the search and rescue drills we conducted last week, it is both awe inspiring and humbling to see our dedicated men and women perform so exceptionally in a moment when all of their training, drills, and education come together in a focused team effort. We are out there everyday, to serve, to care and to support our Berthoud community.”
-Battalion Chief/Training Officer Andrew Kuiken
Photo and video credit: May Soricelli
Martin Luther King Video 2021
January 18, 2021https://vimeo.com/491780984
Part II (which includes the student winners) will be available soon. The Loveland MLK Events videographer is working diligently on fixing the issue and will communicate with me once it is fixed. When Part II of the pre-recorded event is fixed, we will post it.
We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to viewing Part II when we receive it from the Loveland MLK Events Committee.
Nominations for Educator of the Year Deadline: Midnight Tonight Click here to…
Nominations for Educator of the Year
Deadline: Midnight Tonight
Click here to nominate a teacher/staff member: https://bit.ly/3gkZsBD
Please be sure to let us know a little about them and howdo they excel at their job and how have they have influenced you and/or students in a positive and meaningful way?
2020 has been an incredibly challenging year in education and we know each TSD educator and staff member has gone above and beyond their regular job description. We are excited to learn how the person you may nominate has risen to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you knew or worked with this person before March 2020, we are equally excited to hear how they excelled in their educator or staff role before COVID-19.
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