Loveland High School

March 3, 2022


Friday, March 4, 2022

We hope you have a great long weekend!

We enjoyed meeting so many families at Parent-Teacher Conferences! If you would like to speak with a teacher, please email the teacher to set up an appointment or phone conference.

State Assessment

Please read the attached LHS State Assessment Notice for details regarding our Spring 2022 testing schedule, requirements, and additional information.

Family and Community Climate & Culture Survey

The Thompson School District has created a short survey for you to share your input about our school and our district. We truly value your opinion, and are asking for your help by taking the Thompson Climate and Culture Survey.

Families should have already received the survey by email (linked below and on the Thompson School District’s website). Paper copies of the survey are also available near the main entrance of our school or at the District Administration Building.

Please complete one survey for each school that your family attends. Each should take no more than 10-15 minutes; the survey will only be available for a few weeks, so your prompt response is appreciated.

Make your voice heard by completing the survey today!

Survey Links:

TSD Families:

Community Members WITHOUT Children in the District:

Thank you!

IB Diploma Programme (DP) Update

Field Trip - The 11th and 12th grade IB DP students went on a field trip to the CSU Morgan Library on Feb. 10th. They spent the day exploring the library, experiencing campus life, and learning valuable research skills.

IB in 2022-23 - IB classes have seen an increase in student numbers for the 2022-23 school year. Students are seeking the IB experience as an alternative to the traditional classroom setting, and preparing themselves for college and beyond!

For more information about the IB DP programme, please contact

Concurrent Enrollment Information

Learn how to take college-level courses that count toward a high school diploma and a college degree or certificate. Join other interested families in the TSD Board Room on Thursday, March 10th, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Call Tyler Schlagel for more information at 970-613-5098.

Attention Sophomores!

The Counseling Department has two unique opportunities for students who are interested in offering support and resources to their peers. Application links for both programs are available below and are due by Friday, April 1st. After your application is submitted, you will receive an email about setting up an interview.

  • Peer Ambassadors give building tours to new students, work with 9th graders on transition day, speak to 8th graders about the transition to high school, present on healthy relationships in health classes, and assist with a variety of school events throughout the year. Peer Ambassador Application

  • Peer Counselors are trained to assist their peers with academic checks, study skills, organization, and social/emotional issues. Peer Counselors are enrolled in a training course spring semester of their junior year to prepare them for office hours (one period each semester) their senior year. Senior year, Peer Counselors meet once a week as a group for supervision of their duties. Peer Counselor Application


RYLA is a leadership-training program sponsored by Rotary International that promotes,

encourages and rewards outstanding young people. An all-expenses paid six-day conference that brings together a special group of young men and women from Colorado, Wyoming and Western Nebraska to share ideas about becoming better leaders. An action-packed program of activities that helps build confidence and leadership skills (like problem-solving games, challenge courses, skits, group discussions and teambuilding activities).

If you:

• Will be a junior or senior next fall

• Have demonstrated leadership in your school, community or place of worship

• Would like a chance to meet and talk to other teens from different schools

• Are interested in making new friends

• Want to become a better leader

...Then you should come to RYLA!

Cost: Paid by your local Rotary Club

To apply: Please see your school guidance counselor or a representative of a local Rotary club, or apply on at


2nd Annual Virtual State Youth Career Fair for Colorado (REMOTE)

When: April 18-21 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

(Keynote on day 1, special sessions from 6:00-7:00 on days 2-4)

Who: Any aged student, family, household in Colorado (and beyond)



LHS Juniors and Seniors are cordially invited to Prom - A Black Tie Affair on April 30, 2022 from 8:00-11:00 p.m. at The Ranch Events Complex. More information will be available at the beginning of April.

Important Dates

  • March 3 - No School for Students

  • March 4 - No School for Students & Staff

  • March 14-18 - Spring Break

  • March 31 - CMAS Science (11th gr.)

  • April 13 - PSAT & SAT Testing Day (9th-11th)

  • April 14 - Spring Signing Day

  • April 30 - Prom