Thomson Primary will have Literacy Night on Thursday, March 2nd from 5:00 to 6:30 pm.

Recent News

Preschool Celebrates Spring
Posted on 03/23/2017
Preschool children celebrated spring today by making edible dirt cups in class. Ingredients included oreo cookies, pudding that they made themselves and gummy worms. Hands on experiences provide children with opportunities to enrich language, fine motor and social and emotional skills during their preschool day. Preschool welcomes volunteers anytime.   READ MORE...
Morgan County Fairgrounds Visit
Posted on 03/11/2017
On Thursday, March 9, TPS celebrated the end of the quarter with a Positive Behavior Assembly. Students received awards for perfect attendance and exhibiting positive behaviors. Throughout the day, students went to the Morgan County fairgrounds and learned first hand about pigs, goats, beef, horses, chickens, and rabbits. Students also learned about the Morgan County Fairgrounds facility and the importance of handwashing!  READ MORE...
Preschool News
Preschool Child Application for 2017-2018 School Year now available
Posted on 03/09/2017
Preschool accepts children 3, 4, and 5 years of age. The child must be 3 by June 15th of the current school year. A child turning five before June 15th must go on to kindergarten. Preschool offers multiple program options. Children are placed in a program according to established criteria. Preschool is licensed to provide services to 194 children.   READ MORE...
Thomson Primary
Literacy Night at Thomson Primary
Posted on 03/06/2017
PTAC hosted Literacy night at Thomson Primary where community readers read to children. This was in conjunction with Dr. Seuss birthday on March 2, 2017. Thanks to PTAC members and community readers for the successful event.  READ MORE...
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DMNS - Wild Files
Posted on 02/27/2017
The Denver Museum of Nature and Science came to Thomson today for an assembly called the Wild Files. Thomson students became scientific detectives as they investigated wildlife mysteries. The students made observations and analyzed clues to solve cases and uncovered animal adaptations along the way. Thank you to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science for putting on a wonderful assembly today!  READ MORE...