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TSD hosts 2016-2017 budget forum at Berthoud High School, Thursday

The Surveyor The public will have an opportunity to give their feedback on the proposed Thompson School District’s 2016-2017 budget through two forums starting this week. The first forum will… Read more »

Ivy Stockwell fifth grade teacher Dean Book was selected as a 2015-2016 Crystal Apple Award recipient. Book was one of three selected from 19 nominees to receive the top honor from the Thompson Education Association this year. 
John Gardner / The Surveyor

Ivy’s Dean Book receives Crystal Apple

By John Gardner The Surveyor Dean Book is soft-spoken and humble. He doesn’t like being the center of attention. But that’s exactly what the Ivy Stockwell fifth-grade teacher was on… Read more »

BHS students raise over $6K for youth homelessness

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor Thursday, May 5, at Berthoud High School a group of 20-plus students were treated to the Give Next awards brunch celebrating a year-long volunteer assignment… Read more »

6 Berthoud El students represent school in Young American Poetry Digest

By Katie Harris The Surveyor Each year a panel of educators sifts through poetry entries from students across the nation, searching for examples of excellent work at each grade level… Read more »

TSD hosts Thompson Reinvented forums to educate residents on possible ballot issues

By John Gardner The Surveyor Growth is a hot topic around Berthoud. According to a Thompson School District Master Plan Committee draft report called Thompson Reinvented, the district estimates as… Read more »

Thompson Reinvented Proposal forum at BHS Wednesday

By Surveyor Staff The Thompson School District will host its first community forum focused on the proposed “Thompson Reinvented” plan that is under consideration by the TSD Board of Education…. Read more »

Pictured is the 20-meter dish at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in
Greenbank, W. Va., the students used through a program called Skynet Junior
Scholars to study hydrogen (HI) emissions from radio signals from Cassiopeia A,
the Crab Nebula, and the Rosette Nebula.
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Astronomical discovery

Berthoud astronomy students stumble into celestial discovery By May Soricelli The Surveyor In the summer of 2015, six Berthoud High School STEM students joined the astronomy internship at the Little… Read more »

Berthoud High School students generously participate in Give Next meeting during a recent lunch break at BHS. The group’s intent is to raise money that will help those in need of housing.
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BHS group benefits homeless

Group hopes to raise $1,000 by end of the month By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor On a daily basis in the United States, 500,000 or more individuals will be without… Read more »