We will be receiving our check from Box Tops soon for $521.50! We have a couple more months to collect BoxTops before the end of the school year. You will find the April Collection Sheet attached to this newsletter.Please keep turning in Box Tops in your child's folder or directly to the VITAL Room.We are so close to our goal of $2,000.00! Thank you for your help! Jessica Mazzei and Melissa Tychsen
Thompson School District Annual Art Show
The Thompson School District Student Art Show will take place from March 2
at the Loveland ArtMuseum
. This year’s show title is
Look. Think. Make. Connect! March 2
from 1pm-3pm will be an openingreception; March 8
from 6pm-8pm is the Night on the Town workshop (students can make an art project atthe museum this night); April 14
is closing day. Our Berthoud Elementary Art Department is happy toannounce the following students that will have their self portrait art work created with colored pencils framedand displayed at the Annual Thompson School District Art Show: Tyler Holden, Sarah Kouns, Gavin Wolf, andLogan Kilgroe.
Our annual Book Swap will take place April 8
. Please bring in your well loved
that are in GOOD condition for classroom use. Your child will be able to pick a “loved” book
out to take home. The rest of the books go into the teachers libraries and then to Habitat.
A Big Thank You Goes To:
Our great 3
grade students, teachers and specialists who did a super job completing theTCAP & CoAlt testing!
Amie Burrows and her assistants for sharpening pencils during TCAP tests!
Everyone involved with the After School Clubs!
Our amazing Berthoud Bash organizers!
We will be honoring our many amazing volunteers on Wednesday, May 1
at 7:45a.m. in the cafeteria with aVolunteer Breakfast provided by grateful staff members. Berthoud Elementary has benefited from hundreds of hours donated by our volunteers!! If you have volunteered this year, please look for further information comingyour way. We are thrilled to have this opportunity to thank you for all you do! (Members of the staff will providechild care in the gym while you are honored during breakfast).
Children’s Day started several years ago in Loveland, when local senior citizen Annie Hall had it proclaime
d atthe local and state levels; the City of Loveland and Thompson School District have partnered in celebrating thisday since 2002. This year April 24
has been designated as Children’s Day
. This Wednesday event will again
take place in Loveland’s downtown facilities from 1:30
-4:30. Families can partake in a variety of hands-onexperiences at the recreation center, library, Foote Lagoon, fire station and museum. Although all activitieshave not been finalized, you can expect similar opportunities as previous years including fire trucks, streetequipment, arts & crafts, cartoons, storytelling, puppet shows and more!