Trailblazing Thompson Winners Announced!
April 8th 2021 was the first annual Trailblazing Thompson, A Salute to Excellence event! TEF, DLR Group and MBD Marketing and Events along with a long list of amazing sponsors came together to make this amazing event happen! But what is Trailblazing Thompson?
“A virtual event highlighting Thompson Education Foundation's programs and recognizing excellence in Thompson School District. This annual community event is TEF's Educator of the Year celebration and the features the announcement of the 2021 Educator of the Year recipients.
The annual Educators of the Year awards are supported by King Buick GMC. Educator of the Year sponsor, King Buick GMC, feels the best way to give back to the community is through education support: building strong programs that will produce a highly trained workforce that can increase innovation and energy for American manufacturing. To honor Thompson School District educators, King Buick GMC provides car leases for 60 days to educator of the year winner in each categories and a 24 month car lease to the overall TEF Educator of the Year winner.”
This year TEF had 79 Thompson School District teachers, principals and staff members nominated for these awards. Only a handful of those can win awards and only one can be named 2021’s TEF Educator of the Year!
After many hours of tough decision making the TEF board members finalized these amazing TSD teachers, principals and staff members as 2021 winners!
2021 Educator of the Year award recipients
TEF Educator of the Year Barb Hartman, TSD Health Services Coordinator
Elementary Educator Karen Shumate, Mary Blair Elementary School
Secondary Educator Ericka Griess, Mountain View High School
Principal Deon Davis, Coyote Ridge Elementary School
Principal Ian Stout, Loveland Classical Schools
TSD Staff Jordan Jennings, Berthoud High School
As COVID has affected us all it has changed the way that we do events. This event, normally held in person with up to 400 people attending was unfortunately too large to accommodate at this time making it a live streaming virtual event! A lot goes into the behind the scenes when it comes to these types of events. Technical issues are always close by and it is hard for people to have the same confidence speaking in front of a camera with a mask on, rather than speaking to people who are physically there and that they can interact with.
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