Thompson School District R2-J

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Thompson School District R2-J
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Address
800 South Taft Avenue
, Colorado , 80537
United States
Coordinates 40°23′01″N105°05′46″W / 40.38372°N 105.09608°W / 40.38372; -105.09608 Coordinates: 40°23′01″N105°05′46″W / 40.38372°N 105.09608°W / 40.38372; -105.09608
District information
SuperintendentDr. Marc Schaffer
School boardLori Hvizda Ward, Pam Howard, Dawn Kirk, Stu Boyd, Barbara Kruse, Dr. Paul Bankes and Marc Seter
NCES District ID 0805400 [1]
Students and staff
Enrollment14,965 (2020-2021) [1]
Staff913.00 (on an FTE basis) [1]
Student–teacher ratio16.39 [1]
Other information
Website www.thompsonschools.org

The Thompson R2-J School District is located in Loveland, Colorado and covers territory in Loveland, Berthoud, a southern section of Fort Collins and portions of Windsor, Johnstown and unincorporated parts of Larimer, Weld and Boulder counties. It is the 17th largest school district in Colorado, serving more than 15,000 students within 33 schools (18 elementary, 5 middle, 5 high, 2 PK-8 and 2 charter).

Contents

Schools

High schools

PK-8 Schools

Middle schools

Elementary schools

Charter schools

See also

List of school districts in Colorado

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 "Search for Public School Districts – District Detail for Thompson School District R-2J". National Center for Education Statistics . Institute of Education Sciences.