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A Virtual Event

April 8

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

A celebration to recognize innovation and excellence in education.
This annual community event features TEF's Educator of the Year awards ceremony.
This event was in-person at Embassy Suites Loveland and a video of the event will be available soon.

2022 Educator of the Year award recipients
 

TEF Educator of the Year     Peter Toews, Band Teacher, Mountain View HS
Elementary Educator            Dean Book, Ivy Stockwell ES
Secondary Educator             Karla Quinones, Bill Reed MS
Principal                                Jane Harmon, Mountain View HS

TSD Staff                               Noah Tank, Ponderosa ES

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2022 TRAILBLAZING THOMPSON SPONSORS

Presenting

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Educator of the Year

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Leadership

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Support

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What TEF Does

  • 15,000+ TSD students supported by TEF's programs, grants and scholarships each school year

  • 1 in 10 students receive a school supply filled backpack each year from the Help Kids Succeed program

  • Over 800 unhoused TSD students receive support to overcome barriers to classroom success with a focus on unaccompanied youth

  • Over a quarter million dollars in post-secondary scholarships are awarded to TSD students each year

  • Music and arts programs are supported at each school

  • Annual coordinated field trips for each 2nd grade (History Days) and 4th grade (Bobcat Ridge) student

  • Classroom, district and travel grants awarded to TSD teachers to enhance curriculum and learning opportunities in schools and classrooms

  • Recognition of educator excellence with the annual Educator of the Year community nomination and award process

  • The Dr. Stan Scheer Memorial Student Opportunity Fund provides financial support that removes barriers for TSD students to embrace individual academic, leadership, recognition and extracurricular opportunities that would be inaccessible because of financial need