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For whom the back-to-school bell tolls Check out important dates, new faces, places, programs and more… Katie Harris


hose alarm clock-setting, lunchpacking, bus-catching (and occasional missing) mornings are nearly upon us. Before the start of another school year comes barreling in at breakneck speed, take a moment to familiarize yourself with your district’s important dates, program updates and important staff changes. You’ll be ahead of the gang when the bell rings later this month.

Poudre School District School start dates

For students in elementary and middle school, the first day of school is Aug. 23. Middle school transition day for incoming sixth graders is Aug. 22. For high school students, the first day of school is Aug. 21. High school transition day for incoming ninth graders is Aug. 18. 10 | RMPARENT

Open enrollment deadlines

The deadline to apply for school of choice for the 2018-19 school year is Jan. 19, 2018 for elementary and secondary students. Check out the Back to School news item online for information regarding bell schedules, transportation information, school supply lists and more at Follow PSD on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Snapchat! See all the fun moments from backto-school with pictures on Facebook and Instagram, updates on Twitter and videos on YouTube. Plus, new this year, catch a behind-the-scenes glimpse into PSD on Snapchat! • F acebook: PoudreSchoolDistrict • Twitter: @PoudreSchools • Instagram: Poudre_School_District


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Breakfast and Lunch Prices

Full priced/reduced price meal fees for elementary and secondary schools in 2017-18 will be as follows: Breakfast • Paid Student: $1.25 • Reduced: $0 • Free: $0 Lunch • Elementary Paid $2.55 • Secondary Paid $2.80 • Reduced $.40 Visit child-nutrition/meal-prices for menus and other nutritional information, or follow the Child Nutrition Department on Twitter (@PSDNutrition) and Facebook for daily menu updates.

earn college credit while in high school

All high school students are eligible to enroll in free college classes, earning credit for college and high school classes simultaneously. Concurrent enrollment gives students an opportunity to graduate from high school with college credit, take specialized classes that match their interests and mitigate the cost of college tuition after graduation. For more information, speak to your school’s counselor or visit www.

Principal changes

Bryan Davis will begin work as the new principal of Webber Middle School. Davis currently serves as the Director of Licensed Employment in PSD’s Human Resources Department and before that held the role of both teacher and assistant principal at PSD’s Blevins Middle School. Melissa Wagner will join PSD as the new principal of Blevins Middle School, coming to Fort Collins from Colorado Springs where she worked as a middle school assistant principal for the last seven years. Prior to her work as an assistant principal, Wagner taught fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade. Melanie Mierzwa, who has been the assistant principal for the last seven years at Zach Elementary School, will begin work as the principal of Riffenburgh Elementary, an IB World School. Mierzwa’s current work focuses on coaching teachers and coordinating the school’s assessments, multi-tiered system of support, accountability team and parent engagement nights. In 2016, she was named Colorado Assistant Principal of the Year. Tom Schachet will begin his role as principal of PSD’s three Mountain Schools (which include Red Feather, Stove Prairie and Livermore Elementary) in August. Schachet has worked in the district for 17 years as an outdoor education and physical education teacher, coach, and athletic director. Most recently, he’s served as the assistant principal at Eyestone Elementary School in Wellington. Matt Marietta has been selected as the new principal of Timnath Elementary School. Marietta has worked in education for 16 years as

a teacher, tutor, assistant principal, and principal, most recently serving as principal for PSD’s mountain elementary schools.

Thompson School District School Start Dates

First days of school for the district will be as follows: •G  rades 6 and 9 (transition day): August 18 • Grades K-5, all students: August 18 • Grades 6-12, all students: August 21

Open Enrollment Deadlines

For current information, please visit Generally, an open enrollment application must be submitted to the school of choice between the Monday following Thanksgiving break and the last day of school before winter break for students who wish to attend a different school than their assigned school next year. All applications will be approved on a space-available, first-come, first-served basis in conjunction with individual student circumstances. Schools will notify parents of open enrollment status

no later than Jan. 10 or the first Monday after the 10th if it falls on a weekend.

Thompson School District Information Guide The district will post its informational guide online at www.thompsonschools. org. The publication will include essential information needed to prepare for the start of school including registration information, school start times and program details.

Programs and choice options

Whatever your interests, Thompson School District has program or choice options that are perfect for your student and family. The programming lineup is diverse, challenging and robust. For more information and to see other available programs, please visit www.

New principals

The following schools will greet new principals in the 2017-18 school year. This list is current as of July 6, 2017. Angie Geraghty has been named principal at Stansberry Elementary School. She is filling the position




vacated by Grant Waaler, who is departing the district. Geraghty most recently served the district as an instructional coach and lead teacher at Cottonwood Plains Elementary School. In addition to her teaching experience at Cottonwood Plains, she has career experience as a 4th-grade teacher at Pinnacle Charter School in Federals Heights, Colo. Geraghty has also served on instructional leadership teams as well as a math adoption committee and has helped in the process to develop a district science curriculum. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences from the University of Northern Colorado and a master’s degree in Education from Lesley University. She recently completed work on an Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Northern Colorado. Kimberly Tymkowych has been named as the new principal at Winona Elementary School. She is filling the position vacated by Emily MacNiven, who is departing the district. Since July 2013, Tymkowych has served within the district as the principal of Centennial Elementary School. Prior to her arrival in Thompson, she worked in Weld County School District 6, where she served as an assistant principal at Shawsheen Elementary 12 | RMPARENT

School. She also has experience as an instructional math and literacy coach and has taught 3rd and 4th grades. Tymkowych received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with an emphasis in Education from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Science degree in Curriculum Instruction and Assessment from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minn. In 2010, she also earned her Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Northern Colorado. Brandy Grieves has been named as the new principal at Turner Middle School. She is filling the position vacated by Derrick Martin, who is departing the district. Since 2013, Grieves has served as the principal at Groveport Madison Middle School North in Columbus, Ohio. Prior to that appointment, she served as the assistant principal of Groveport Madison High School in Groveport, Ohio. Grieves is already quite familiar with education in the state of Colorado, having worked as an assistant principal at Montrose High School in Montrose during the 2008-2009 school year and as a language arts and reading teacher at Centennial Middle School, also in Montrose. She began her instructional career at Valley High


School in Las Vegas, Nev., teaching a variety of English classes. Grieves earned a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Spanish from Colorado State University and has also earned a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University in Las Vegas. Richard Harris has been named principal at Berthoud High School. He is filling the position vacated by Chris Garcia, who is departing the district. Harris comes to the Berthoud High School community from St. Vrain Valley School District, where he has served as an assistant principal since 2013. His career also includes experience as a Language Arts teacher in the Boulder Valley School District and an English teacher in the East Side Union High School District in San Jose, Calif. Harris earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from California State University and a Masters in Education in Crosscultural Teaching from National University in San Jose. He is currently enrolled in the Organizational Leadership doctoral program at Grand Canyon University. Jane Harmon has been named principal at Mountain View High School. She is filling the position vacated by Kim Young, who retired from the district. Harmon most recently served as the principal of Granby Elementary School, located in the East Grand School District in Granby, Colo. Prior to her appointment at the school, she served as the principal of Middle Park High School, also in Granby. Her previous career experience as a school principal also includes service at Moffat County High School in Craig, Colo. and at White River High School in White River, S.D. Harmon’s additional background in teaching is long and varied, including English and Journalism instruction at the secondary level as well as coursework in education within the collegiate world. Harmon earned a bachelor’s degree in English Language Arts from Southwest Minnesota State University and a master’s degree in Elementary and Secondary School Administration from Chadron State College. She is currently enrolled in the Human Resource Development doctoral program at Colorado State University.

Greeley-Evans School District 6 School start dates

First days of school for the district will be: • Kindergarten: August 24 • Grades 1-12: August 21

Open enrollment deadlines

The deadline to submit applications for open enrollment for the 2018-19 school year will be Dec. 19, 2017.

Fred Tjardes School of Innovation

A new school will officially join the District 6 family in August of 2017. The Fred Tjardes School of Innovation will be located at 717 6th Street in Greeley. This is a K-8 school that will focus on project-based learning. Students will be integral in directing their own learning, creating projects, solving problems and being engaged in the community. The first year, the school will serve about 100 students and eventually grow to more than 300 students.

Schools of Innovation

In April, the State Board of Education approved innovation plans for Prairie Heights and Franklin Middle Schools. Both these schools are at the end of the accreditation clock—meaning they have held the state’s lowest performance ranking of priority improvement and/ or turnaround for five years or more. At this point, a school must make drastic changes—from creating an innovation plan to converting to a charter school—in order to meet state requirements for schools on this status. Under the innovation plans, both Franklin and Prairie Heights will work with Summit Base Camp, an outside support company that will assist the school in personalizing learning for each and every student. With this support, students will have one-on-one time with an adult mentor each week, have their own computer to use, have personalized academic support and more access to online content that meets their individual learning needs. The state will continue to monitor the progress of these two schools and leadership at Franklin and Prairie Heights will work closely with the Colorado Department of Education to ensure success. Billie

Martinez Elementary School will also be applying for School of Innovation status for its new Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math focus, or STEAM, which emphasizes blended learning and a personalized approach to help students achieve their academic goals.

GAP and College and Career Preparatory Program

In August 2017, the Greeley-Evans Alternative program will move from its downtown location to the former Westridge Academy charter school on West 20th Street. This larger facility will help accommodate more students seeking to achieve a diploma in an alternative setting, and help alleviate the large waiting list for the program. A new opportunity—the Career Preparatory Program—will also be housed at the site, and will assist older students who have either dropped out of school, and/ or who are over the traditional age and significantly low on high school credits. Students will work toward a Graduation Equivalency Diploma while simultaneously taking concurrent classes in a career field at Aims Community College. The goal is for these students to be ready for a high-skilled career at completion of the program.

Career Pathways and Concurrent College Enrollment

District 6 will continue its robust Career Pathways programs at all high schools, while beginning some new programs to help students earn professional or industry certifications before they graduation. With its partner, Aims Community College, District 6 has identified five specific programs that represent the top growing industries in northern Colorado: construction, advanced manufacturing, health sciences, agriculture and business. In these areas, students will take high school courses as well as courses at Aims Community College, and have the opportunity to graduate with an industry or Aims certificate. In addition, District 6 is working with its community partners to offer more internships to high school juniors and seniors. Through the city of Greeley’s Mayor’s Workforce Initiative, more and more businesses and organizations are offering working internships to District 6 students. This provides students realworld experience that can help them guide their educational choices as they progress. We know that students are successful when they can see a future for themselves. District 6 is working to give every student a plan for a career or field of study in higher education.




School Kickoff Community Celebration

Greeley-Evans School District 6 is hosting its fourth annual School Kickoff Community Celebration on Saturday, Aug. 12th from 10am-1pm at Island Grove Regional Park, 501 N. 14th Ave, Greeley. The School Kickoff Community Celebration is an annual event that raises money through sponsorships and donations to give away backpacks, school supplies and provide a free lunch to District 6 students, staff, families and community members. The event also includes community information booths, student entertainment, a petting zoo, face painting and many fun activities for families. In addition, Banner Health will be on site providing $10 sports physicals. There will be emergency vehicles available for viewing and many community booths that will distribute information and provide fun activities as well. This year, District 6 has raised enough money to provide 3,100 backpacks filled with school supplies, and lunch to 3,000, while supplies last. Students must be present at the event to receive a backpack, and will receive a wristband upon entering the grounds to pick up their backpack in the Event Center anytime during the kickoff. Backpacks and supplies are provided to registered District 6 students only.

Changes in District 6 for 2017-18

In order to deal with serious resource challenges in the District 6 transportation department, some changes will be implemented. To reduce the number of routes and accommodate the staff the district was able to hire, walk distances will increase at all levels. As well, bus service will be greatly reduced for high school students. This does mean that some families that have received busing for their students will not next year. District 6 staff are working to make sure all children have a safe walking route to school and that parents know they must find alternative transportation.

Start and end times for schools

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a positive outcome. It will allow District 6 high schools to have a later start time, and elementary, K-8 and middle schools to have an earlier start time. This will better meet the needs of all students. Research shows that teenagers biologically need more sleep and have later sleep cycles than younger students. High schools will begin at 8am. Elementary schools will start at 7:50am, and middle schools will start at 8:30am. These new schedules will go into effect the first day of school August 21, 2017.

Boundary shift

Beginning in 2017-18 students from Dos Rios Elementary School will be included in the boundary to attend Brentwood Middle School. This shift will allow a continuum of International Baccalaureate education for students: the Primary Years Programme at Dos Rios to the Middle Years Programme at Brentwood, to the Diploma Programme at Greeley West High School.

Principal changes

Christopher Kieffer has been hired as principal of Chappelow Arts Magnet K-8. He is in his 20th year as an educator, and will take over leadership of Chappelow from Sandy Cosner, who retired this year. Kieffer has 12 years of administrative experience, including 8 years as a K-8 principal in an arts focus school in Arizona. Prior to that he was a classroom teacher and a literacy coach in a Title 1 school. He is currently serving as a middle school principal in the Poudre School District. Kieffer’s extensive experience is an excellent match for Chappelow K-8 and District 6. He holds a masters in Curriculum and Instruction from Cabrini College and a masters in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University. Melanie Jones will be taking over as principal at Platte Valley Youth Center, following the retirement of long-time Platte Valley Principal Rich Paull. Jones has previous experience working as a principal in youth corrections. She has also worked as a teacher in a youth correction facility and has


experience as a principal trainer. Jones is coming to Greeley from Denver. She holds a bachelors degree from Metro State College, and a master’s degree from the University of Northern Colorado.

Weld RE-4 School District School start date Aug. 9th

Open enrollment deadlines

The district school of choice cutoffs for the following year are March 1st for indistrict students and Oct. 1st for out-ofdistrict students.

District information

Weld RE-4 School District serves approximately 6,000 students in eight traditional schools and two charter schools. They strive to inspire innovation and empower success for every student in every classroom, through their comprehensive academic programs as well as International Baccalaureate, project-based learning, and STEM options. At Windsor High School, students have access to Advanced Placement courses and dual credit and concurrent enrollment programs. They have the opportunity to explore potential career paths through a variety of programs such as Culinary Arts, Future Farmers of America, and Industrial Design and Technology. Learn more about Weld RE-4 School District at




PROGRAM & ACTIVITY GUIDE 2017 Academics (AC), Arts (AR), Athletics (AT), Before School (BS), After School (AS), Day Camps (DC), Residential Camps (RC), Clubs/Organizations (CO)

D I R E C T O R Y B Y C A T E G O R Y ACADEMICS Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum Camp Invention Children’s Speech Therapy Center Discovery Montessori Discovery Science Center Garbage Garage Education Center Latin Classes & Latin Club Little Bear’s Child Care Math Tutoring Our Global Village Museum Poudre River Public Library Districts Science Toy Magic Speech-Language Clinic Spring Creek School The Reading Clinic The Reading Place TR Paul Academy Tutor Doctor UNC Las Chicas de Matematicas UNC Leadership Enrichment Program UNC Summer Enrichment Program VanCo School of Art Weld Library District ARTS Aunt Bea’s Pottery Painting Boys & Girls Clubs, Larimer County Canyon Concert Ballet Clothes Pony Contemporary Dance Academy CSU School of the Arts Dance Express Debut Theatre Company Explorati Teens Writer Boot Camp Expressive Arts Fire It Up Ceramics Flying Colors Art School Foodies! Culinary Academy Fort Collins Fort Collins Children’s Theatre Fort Collins Museum Fort Collins Museum of Art Front Range Classical Ballet Academy Greeley Museums Hands On Music Academy Harrington Arts Academy Inertia Dance JasCo Music Kindermusik by Priscilla la-de-da... Loveland Dance Academy Loveland Museum/Gallery Lyric Cinema Café Main Street Music MeTeggart Irish Dance Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Natural Piano Center Philomusica Piano & Guitar Institute Piano Center of the Rockies Rocky Mountain Music Center


Rocky Mountain Summer Music Camp Sera Schools Music Programs Studio West Dance Center Stylz Dance Studio UNC Jazz Camp Youth Orchestra of the Rockies ATHLETICS Air Force Sports Camps All Star Youth Sports American Dragon Martial Arts Arena Sports ATA Family Martial Arts Baton Twirling with the Golden Girls Big Thompson Tennis Academy Boys & Girls Clubs, Larimer County Camp Chief Ouray-YMCA of the Rockies Chippers Lanes City of Fort Collins Youth Team Sports Catalyst Brazilian Jiu Jitsu City of Fort Collins Golf Courses Classic Lanes Collindale Golf Academy Colorado Cheer Academy Colorado Ice Indoor Football CSU Youth Sport Camps Dance Factory Eaton Country Club Edge Sports Center Edora Pool Ice Center Fort Collins Area Swim Team (FAST) Fort Collins Baseball Club, Inc. Fort Collins Club Fort Collins Girls Softball Club Fort Collins Hockey Club Fort Collins Soccer Club Fort Collins Youth Lacrosse Gargot Farms Riding Academy GK Gymnastics Greeley-Evans Youth League GRIT Athletics Havoc Girls Lacrosse Hearts & Horses Highland Meadows Golf Course Highland Park Lanes Horsetooth All-Star Cheerleading Inner Strength Rock Gym Inner Wave Pencak Silat Inspiration Riding Academy International Black Belt Academy Jumpin’ Karate West, Inc. Kids Night Out Loveland Lewis Tennis School Lobos Football Technique Camp Loveland Archery Exchange Loveland Dance Academy Matpac Wrestling Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Moore Martial Arts Mulberry Pool New World Sports

NoCo Ice Center Northern Colorado Shooting Stars All-Star Cheerleading Northern Colorado Baseball Camps Northern Colorado Orcas Northern Colorado Soccer Camps Northern Colorado Soccer Club Northern Colorado Youth Hockey Northside Aztlan Center Playmakers Practice Facility Premier Gymnastics Raintree Aerobic and Fitness Center Ripple Effect Martial Arts Rocky Mountain Cheer & Dance Rocky Mountain Youth Sports Rollerland Roo Jumps Safe Routes to School Scott Downing’s Youth Football Camp Southridge Junior Golf Academy Sykes Family Martial Arts The Studio Thompson Soccer Assn. Trans Martial Arts Treetop Yoga Studio UNC Baseball Kids Camps UNC Football Camps UNC Men’s Basketball Camps UNC Tennis Camps UNC Volleyball Camps UNC Women’s Basketball Camps UNC Wrestling Camps UNC Volleyball Village Green Synchronized Swimming Team Vollitude Volleyball Club Vortex Swim Club Windsor Lacrosse Windsor Gymnastic Academy Windsor Parks & Recreation BEFORE /AFTER SCHOOL ABC Child Development Centers Bright School-Age Centers BASE Camp Blooming Girls Boys & Girls Clubs, Larimer County Bright Horizons Children’s Early Learning Centers Children’s Workshop Gardens on Spring Creek Girl Scouts of Colorado GK Gymnastics Healthy Kids Club-PVHS Hearts & Horses KinderCare Learning Centers Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Rivendell School Windmill Child Enrichment Center Young People’s Learning Centers Youth Enrichment League


DAY CAMPS ABC Child Development Centers & Bright School-Age Centers Big Thompson Elementary Blue Mountain Riding Academy Centennial Village Museums Choice City Christian Camp City of Loveland Parks & Recreation Colorado Youth Outdoors CSU Environmental Learning Center CSU Youth Sport Camps Farm at Lee Martinez Park Gargot Farms Riding Academy Girl Scouts of Colorado Greeley Museums Hearts in Hand Child Dev. Center Heritage Christian Academy iD Tech Camps Impact, Inc./Teencamp KidzZone Day Camp Larimer Humane Society Lobos Football Technique Camp Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Mountain Kids Mustang Hollow Equestrian Center My Pursuit Church OD’s Sports Crossing Red Fiddle Dance Company Rivendell School Spring Creek School Striped Horse Day Camp Young People’s Learning Centers RESIDENTIAL CAMPS Camp Chief Ouray—YMCA of the Rockies Camp Sunrise Camp Timberline, Inc. Cheley Colorado Camps CSU Football Educo Frontiers of Science Institute Girl Scouts of Colorado iD Tech Camps Kent Mountain Adventure Center Larimer County Foster Care Program Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS Boy Scouts of America Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County Boys & Girls Club of Weld County Child Evangelism Fellowship CSU Environmental Learning Center Fort Collins Baseball Club, Inc. Fort Collins Soccer Club Fort Collins Youth Lacrosse Girl Scouts of Colorado Larimer Humane Society Latin Classes & Latin Club Team Fort Collins United Way 211




PROGRAM & ACTIVITY GUIDE 2017 Academics (AC), Arts (AR), Athletics (AT), Before School (BS), After School (AS), Day Camps (DC), Residential Camps (RC), Clubs/Organizations (CO)

A L P H A B E T I C A L L I S T I N G S 4-H Larimer County, 1525 Blue Spruce Dr., FC, 498-6000 Weld County, 525 N. 15th Ave., GR, 304-6535, Age group: 8-18 years A community of young people who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. Fee. Category: CO ABC Child Development & Bright School-Age Centers 5000 11th St., GR Plus school-based locations in Greeley/Evans, Johnstown/Milliken and Windsor/Severance 352-2222, Age group: 1-16 years Providing school-age activities in a school-age setting. Fee. Category: AC, AS, BS, DC Adventure Bound Day Camp 700 E. 4th St., LV, 962-2467 Age group: 6-13 years Camp activities including arts, crafts, science, skits, field trips, more. Fee. Category: DC Adventure Child Development Center 5800 W 18th St., GR, 330-KIDS (5437) Age group: 6 weeks-13 years Summer day camps, enrichment programs, childcare and parties. Fee. Category: DC Adventure Gymnastics Center 5800 W. 18th St., GR, 330-0632 Age group: 3-17 years Gymnastics instruction. Fee. Category: AT Air Force Sports Camps Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, 719-333-2116 Age group: 8-18 years Summer camps for boarders and commuters. Basketball, cheerleading, diving, fencing and golf. Fee. Category: AT, DC, RC


Airborne Aces Flying Tigers Gymnastics 3005 West 29th St., Unit F, GR 352-2042, Age group: 3 years-Adult Gymnastics and tumbling on a competitive, non-competitive and special-needs basis. Fee. Category: AT All Star Youth Sports 155 E. Boardwalk Dr., FC 855-500-ASYS (2797) Age group: 5-17 years Non-contact flag football leagues for coeds. Games on Sundays and Mondays. Fee. Category: AT Ann’s All-Stars Baton Twirlers/ Northern Colorado Baton Twirling Club FC, 484-1153, Age group: Children and Youth Child-centered twirling club focused on learning to twirl, forming friendships, developing good sportsmanship and having fun. Fee. Category: AT Ascent Studio - Climbing & Fitness 2150 Joseph Allen Dr., FC Fort Collins, CO 80525 999-5596, Indoor climbing, bouldering and other cool stuff that happen in spite of gravity for the whole family. ATA Family Martial Arts 2561 S. Shields, 3E, FC, 282-3737 910 E. Eisenhower, LV, 1000 S. Lincoln Ave., LV, 541-0958, Age group: 4 years-Adult Tae Kwon Do classes, summer programs and camps. Fee. Category: AT Ballet Renaissance 2050 Big Thompson Ave., EP 480-7697, Age group: Pre-K-Adult Ballet training and performance opportunities for dancers of all ages and experience. Fee. Category: AR, AT

BASE Camp 1241 Riverside, FC, 266-1734 Age group: 5-13 years Before- and after-school program in many local elementary schools. Fee. Category: AS, BS Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum 4320 E. CR 58, FC, 482-9168 Age group: All History of northern Colorado agriculture, children’s activities, farm animals, more. Fee. Category: AC Berthoud Library 236 Welch Ave., Berthoud, 532-2757 Age group: All Free. Category: AC Big Thompson Elementary School of Science & Nature 7702 West Hwy 34, LV, 613-5600 Age group: Grades 1-5 Summer programs. Fee. Category: DC Blooming Girls 115 N. College Ave., Ste. 220, FC 207-4094, Age group: 5-12 years Instructor provides confidencebuilding classes for girls and workshops to build self-esteem. Free. Category; AS, BS Boomer Music Company 3761 S. Mason St., FC, 223-2424 Age group: All Musical instruments for sale or rent, lessons, accessories. Fee. Category: AR Bounce 1020 S. Lincoln Ave., LV, 593-1800 Age group: All Indoor playground open daily or reserve space for your special event. Fee. Category: AT


Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County 1505 Brodie Ave., EP, 583-2361 1608 Lancer Dr., FC, 484-5198 2500 E. 1st St., LV, 663-5450 3815 W. Harrison, Wellington, 568-7338 Age group: 6-18 years Provides environment to help young people reach their full potential. Fee. Category: AS, CO Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County 2400 W. 4th St., GR, 2400 1st Ave., GR,100 Broad St., Milliken Galeton Elementary, Galeton 353-1278, Age group: 6-18 years Provides environment to help young people reach their full potential. Fee. Category: AS, CO Boy Scouts of America—Longs Peak Council 2215 23rd Ave., GR, 330-6305 5604 McWhinney Blvd, LV, 203-9530 Age group: Grade 1-20 years Serving scouting families in northern Colorado. Call today to join. Fee. Category: CO, RC Bright Horizons 2815 Iowa Dr., FC, 484-4700 3513 Richmond Dr., FC, 229-0300 2420 W. 8th St., LV, 461-9802 Age group: Grades 1-5 Developmentally appropriate curricula, certified teachers, state-ofthe-art facilities. Free. Category: AC, AS, BS Camp Chief Ouray—YMCA 1101 CR 53, PO Box 648, Granby, 887-2648, Age group: 7-17 years Camp Chief Ouray provides opportunities for growth in spirit, mind and body. Fee. Category: RC Camp Invention Greeley 2101 47th Ave., GR, 800-968-4332 Age group: Entering Grades 1-6 One week science and invention camp. Fee. Category: AC, DC

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Camp Sunrise 100 Sunrise Ranch Rd., LV, 679-4200 Age group: 4-17 years Outdoor adventure quests, sustainable agriculture—farm and garden, environmental education, earth stewardship. Fee. Category: RC

Centennial Children’s Chorus FC, 970-460-6589 Age group: Grades 3-8 Dedicated to offering quality music education through choral performance. Fee. Category: AR Centennial Village Museums 1475 A St., GR, 350-9220 Age group: 6-12 years Experience pioneer life with hands-on activities, games, crafts and more. Fee. Category: DC Cheley Colorado Camps 3960 Fish Creek Rd., EP 586-4244, Age group: 9-17 years Hiking, horseback riding, camping, backpacking, rafting, mountain biking, sports, climbing, arts, crafts and more. Fee. Category: AT, RC


Chessmates FC, 581-2424, Age group: Grades K-9 Kids have fun, learn and compete through chess. Fee. Category: CO Children’s Speech and Reading Center 1330 Oakridge Dr., Ste. #10, FC 419-0486, Age group: Up to 12 years Quality speech, language and literacy programs. Sliding scale. ASHA certified therapists. Nonprofit. Fee. Category: AC Children’s Workshop Early Learning Center 2822 Silverplume Dr., FC, 226-5854 635 S. Grant Ave., FC, 221-1818 1900 Remington St., FC, 224-4240 6700 29th St. Rd., GR, 330-2233 1425 Diana Dr., LV, 663-3146 4601 Sunview Dr., LV, 613-9424 Age group: 5-12 years Games, arts and crafts, field trips, fun; transportation provided. Fee. Category: AS, BS Chilson Recreation Center 700 E. Fourth St., LV, 962-2386 Age group: All Fitness and aquatics. Fee. Category: AT Chilson Small Fries Preschool 700 E. 4th St., LV, 962-2446 Age group: 3-5 years Preschool program that focuses on cognitive, language, physical, and social-emotional development. Fee. Category: AC Chippers Lanes 555 S. Saint Vrain Ave., EP, 586-8625 830 N. College Ave., FC, 484-4777 217 W. Horsetooth Rd., FC, 226-6327 2454 8th St., GR, 353-4275 Age group: 6-14 years Camps, junior bowling leagues, school fundraisers. Fee/Free. Category: AT Choice City Christian Camp 3125 Conestoga Ct., FC, 310-6335 Age group: 5-12 years Summer activities day camp with daily field trips. Open 7am-6pm. Fee. Category: DC




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City of Fort Collins Golf Courses 221-6650, Age group: 7-12 years Instruction for girls and boys. Fee. Category: AT City of Fort Collins Parks & Recreation Youth Team Sports 413 S. Bryan Ave., FC 221-6385 Age group: 6 years and up Tackle/flag/ultimate football, softball, volleyball, track, basketball. Fee. Category: AT City of Greeley Junior Golf 2200 Clubhouse Dr., GR, 353-4653 Age group: 6-18 years Multi-level programs for boys and girls. Fee. Category: AT City of Loveland Golf at Cattail Creek 2116 W. 29th St., LV, 663-5310 Age group: 3+ years Fun and easy place to play golf whether you’re a golfer or not. Fee. Category: AT


Pediatrician Locally and Independently owned Same-day sick visits Well-child care School & sports physicals

Urgent Care Hours: M-F, 8-9am and 4-5:30pm

Conveniently located to Loveland, Johnstown, Greeley, Windsor and Berthoud at the intersection of I-25 and Hwy 34. 970-619-8139 | 4880 Thompson Pkwy | Suite 116 Johnstown


City of Loveland Parks & Recreation 700 E. 4th St., LV, 962-2467 Age group: 6-12 years State-licensed camp, field trips, arts and crafts, swimming, science, drama, indoor and outdoor games. Fee. Category: AT, DC City of Loveland Youth Sports Camps 700 E. 4th. St., LV, 962-2445 Age group: 3-18 years Summer youth athletic sports camps. Fee. AT, DC Clearview Library District 720 Third St., WS, 686-5603 Age group: All Bookmobile, special programs, story times. Serving Windsor, Severance and West Greeley. Free. Category: AC Clothes Pony and Dandelion Toys 111 N. College Ave., FC, 224-2866 Age group: Toddler-10 years Sing-alongs and storytimes. Fee/Free. Category: AR


Collindale Golf Academy 1441 E. Horsetooth Rd., FC, 223-4653 Age group: 5-17 years PGA professional supervised junior golf camps, clinics and instruction. Fee. Category: AT Colorado Cheer Academy 105 W. Prospect Rd., FC, 305-0170 Age group: 5-18 years Cheer program, athlete performance program, training and conditioning. Fee. Category: AT Colorado Crush Indoor Football 218 Smokey St., FC, 472-0128 Age group: 5+ years Cheerleading hosted by Icicle cheerleaders; football hosted by Ice players and coaches. Fee. Category: AT Colorado Early Learning Epic Explorers Summer Camp 4512 McMurry Ave., FC, 316-6836 Age group: 3-10 years Summer camp that includes field trips, splash days and special events. Fee. Category: DC Colorado Youth Outdoors 209 E. 4th St., LV, 663-0800 Age group: Families Camping skills, archery, shooting sports. Fee. Category: AT Community Life Center 220 North Grant Ave., FC, 449-5191 400 S. Link Lane, FC, 449-5191 community-center Age group: Families After-school programs, adult education, recreation, community resources. Category: AC, AT, AS Community Preschoolers 1003 W. 6th St., LV, 669-4323 Age group: 2 1/2-5 years Co-op preschool, August-May. Fee. Category: AC Conservancy Dance 813 8th St., GR, 356-7104 Age group: 2 years-Adult Instruction in ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and tumbling.Fee. Category: AR




Contemporary Dance Academy 2531 S. Shields St., #2A, FC, 232-9539 Age Group: 2-18 years Ballet, jazz, lyrical. Fee. Category: AR Cool Beans Playhouse & Cafe 4019 S. Mason St., #5, FC, 266-1135 Age group: Birth-8 years with Adult Indoor play space with treehouse, forest and a café for parents. Fee. Category: AT

Garbage Garage Environmental education center at the Larimer County Landfill in Fort Collins. Drop in or schedule a tour!

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Debut Theatre Company 827 Riverside Ave., FC, 224-5774 Age group: 6-17 years Northern Colorado’s only year-round, nonprofit, hands-on youth acting school/performing troupes. Fee. Category: AR

CSU Center for the Arts 1400 Remington St., FC, 491-2787 Age group: Children and youth Over 90 music, theatre, dance, visual arts performances and exhibitions. Fee. Category: AR

Diagonal Theatre Co. (Held at Bas Bleu Theatre) 401 Pine St., FC 720-216-3138 Age group: 5-7 years Summer theatre camps for kids, including play making, improv, Shakespeare and musical theatre.

CSU Environmental Learning Center 3745 E. Prospect Rd., FC, 491-1661 Age group: Grades K-12 Educational programs, nature center, trails. Camps. Open to public. Fee. Category: AC, DC


Dance Factory 2956 W. 29th St. #19, GR, 506-9040 Age group: 3-18 years Classes in tap, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, pom. Fee. Category: AR

CSU Basketball Camps CSU Campus, FC, 491-6131 product-category/boys-basketball; product-category/girls-basketball Age group: Grades K-12 Fee. Category: AT, DC

CSU Early Childhood Center 223 S. Shields St., FC, 491-7082 Age group: 6 weeks-6 years Quality care and educational experiences. Fee. Category: AC

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Dance Express 633 S. College Ave., Ste. H, FC, 493-2113 Age group: 5+ years Modern dance troupe for persons with and without disabilities. Fee. Category: AR

CSU Volleyball Camps CSU campus, FC, 213-1830 Age group: Grades 4-8 Beginner to advanced youth players. CSU coaches and elite staff. Fee. Category: AT, DC CSU Youth Sport Camps 201-A Moby B Complex, FC 491-6318 Age group: Grades 1-8 A day camp that promotes the benefits of physical activity for youth in the community. Fee. Category: AT, DC


Discovery Montessori 225 E. Skyway Dr., FC, 223-2445 Age group: 2 years-Grade 6 Calm classrooms, onsite horsemanship, French, music, computers, art. Fee. Category: AC, AR, AS, BS Drum Major and Leadership Camp UNC, 501 20th St., GR, 859-351-2987 Age group: 13-19 years Registration deadline: June 1 Learn conducting and leadership skills. For future drum majors. Fee. Category: AR, RC Eaton Country Club 37661 WCR 39, Eaton, 454-2479 Age group: 5-18 years Weekly play and lessons for ages 9-17. Beginner lessons ages 5-8. Fee. Category: AT Edge Sports Center 4450 Denrose Ct., FC, 472-0048 Age group: Grades K-8 Provides indoor turf for youth and adult sports, like soccer. Fee. Category: AT




Edora Pool and Ice Center (EPIC) 1801 Riverside Ave., FC, 221-6683 Age group: 6 months-Adult Ice Skating lessons, swimming. Fee. Category: AT Educo Leadership Adventures/No Barriers USA 224 Canyon Ave., Ste. 207, FC 484-3633, Age group: 10-17 years Adventures that challenge kids to become leaders and gain confidence since 1988. Fee/Free. Category: AT, RC Epic Climbing Gym at the Estes Park Mountain Shop 2050 Big Thompson Ave., EP, 586-6548 climbing-gym.htm Age category: All 4,500 square feet of indoor climbing for beginners through experts. Fee. Category: AT Estes Park Aquatic Center 660 Community Dr., EP, 586-2340 Age group: All Open swim, lessons, water fitness classes. Fee. Category: AT Estes Park Museum 200 Fourth St., EP, 586-6256 townofestespark/museum Age group: All Exhibits and programs detailing the area’s history from the Ice Age to today. Free. Category: AR Estes Valley Library 335 E. Elkhorn Ave., EP, 586-8116 Age group: All Vast array of books and other media, special programs, story times. Free. Category: AC Estes Park Violin Age group: Youth-Adult Lessons focused on music reading, theory, physical technique and ear training. Fee. Category: AR



Family FunPlex Adventure Island Indoor Waterpark 1501 65th Ave., GR, 350-9401 recreation/facilities/family-funplex Age group: All Indoor waterpark, miniature golf, fitness center, gymnasium, more. Fee. Category: AT Farm at Lee Martinez Park 600 N. Sherwood St., FC 221-6665 Age group: 6+ years Summer and spring break camps. Fee. Category: DC First United Methodist Church Co-op Preschool 1005 Stover St., FC 482-0343 Age group: 2 1/2-4 years Quality, developmentally appropriate preschool program. Fee. Category: AC Flying Colors Art School 2117 Bighorn Rd., FC Age group: 5-12 years Summer art adventure camps. Multimedia, multicultural themes. Fabulous indoor and outdoor projects. Fee. Category: AR, DC Fort Collins Area Swim Team (FAST) FC, 372-2744 Age group: Grades K-12 Year-round competitive swimming. Call for free trial week. All abilities. Fee. Category: AT Fort Collins Baseball Club 211 S. Bryan Ave., FC 484-3368 Age groups: 5-24 years Recreational and competitive baseball club for boys and girls. Fee. Category: AT, CO Fort Collins Children’s Theatre FC, 498-4110 Age group: 10-14 Theatre, summer workshop, fall production cast. Free. Category: AR, DC


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Fort Collins Club 1307 E. Prospect Rd., FC, 224-2582 Age group: 5-12 years After-school and summer youth day camps—swimming, climbing wall, XRKADE. Free. Categories: AS, AT, DC

Fort Collins Stars Girls Softball Club FC, 672-9797, Age group: 6-15 years Girls recreational softball fun, player development. All abilities welcome. Competitive fall tryouts. Fee. Category: AT

Fort Collins Families Age group: All Nonprofit outreach organization with programs for families and children. Fee/Free. Category: CO

Fort Collins Vipers Lacrosse 231-4054, Age group: Grades 4-8 Competitive and recreational leagues, camps and clinics. Fee. Category: AT, CO

Fort Collins Judo Club 2721 S. College Ave., Unit 3, FC 232-8016, Age group: 6+ years A dojo with the objective to teach traditional and competitive judo. Fee. Category: AT, CO

Front Range Classical Ballet Academy 2709 Ringneck Dr., FC, 980-8425 Age group: 4 years-Adult Creative movement through preprofessional ballet. Russian-based syllabus. Fee. Category: AR

Fort Collins Museum of Art 201 S. College Ave., FC, 482-2787 Age group: 5 years-Adult A museum-based art school for all ages and abilities. Fee. Category: AR Fort Collins Museum of Discovery 408 Mason Ct., FC, 221-6738 Age group: Grades 1-6 Provides hands-on learning for all ages. Fee. Category: AR Fort Collins Preschool 1200 S. Taft Hill Rd., FC, 221-1345 Age group: 2-5 years Get involved in your child’s education. Structured cooperative classes for ages 2-5. Fee. Category: AC, DC Fort Collins Pencak Silat 4103 S. Mason St., FC, 817-4266 Age group: 5+ years Kungfu for kids and families. Training benefit for life. Fee. Category: AT Fort Collins Soccer Club 2721 S. College Ave., Ste. 10, FC, 226-4253, Age group: 4-18 years Recreational and competitive soccer for boys and girls. Age-appropriate camps. Fee. Category: AT, CO, DC



Frontiers of Science Institute UNC, 501 20th St., GR, 351-2976 Age group: Grades 11-12 Six-week summer science immersion program. Fee. Category: AC, RC Garbage Garage Education Center 5887 S. Taft Hill Rd., FC, 498-5770 GarGar.htm Age group: Grades K-12 Displays and interactive exhibits about reducing, reusing, recycling, landfills, household hazardous waste. Free. Category: AC Gardens on Spring Creek 2145 S. Centre Ave., FC, 416-2486 Age group: 2+ years Experience nature. Fun events, ongoing programs and camps all with horticulture themes. Fee/Free. Category: DC Gargot Farms Riding Academy 3833 W. CR 8, Berthoud, 443-5467 Age group: 6-14 years Indoor arena, 50 acres; English, individual, group, camps; equineassisted psychotherapy, sports psychology. Fee. Category: AT


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Girl Scouts of Colorado 855-726-4726 Age group: 6-17 years Summer camp open to all girls. Fee. CO, RC

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A general dentistry practice that’s all about kids and young adults, ages 0-20!


126 East 29th Street Loveland Monday - Thursday 8-5

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GK Gymnastics 2026 Lowe St., FC, 226-0306 Age group: 5 years-Adult Price includes weekly bowling, skating, karate, gymnastics, movie, trampoline, conditioning and open swimming. Fee. Category: AS, AT, DC Global Village Museum and Learning Center 200 W. Mountain Ave., FC, 221-4600 Age group: All Collections and activities to promote international understanding. Fee. Category: AC Golden Girls Baton Academy 534 W. 66th St., LV 631-4842, Age group: 4-16 years Twirling, dancing, drilling, parades, festivals, shows. Improve coordination, poise, self-esteem, discipline. Fee. Category: AT Greeley Archers GR, 420-0429, Age group: All Encouraging and enjoying the sport of archery. Fee. Category: AT

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Greeley-Evans Youth League 6501 W. 20th St., GR, 339-8286 Age group: Varies Recreational and competitive baseball and softball league for boys and girls. Fee. Category: AT, CO Greeley Ice Haus 900 8th Ave., GR, 350-9402 Age group: All Party packages include cake, supplies, skate rental, public skate and chaperones. Fee. Category: AT #chipperslanes LASER TAG NOW OPEN! FORT COLLINS Horsetooth Lanes 217 W Horsetooth 226-6327

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Greeley Museums Several locations throughout Greeley, 970-350-9220 Centennial Village Museum Store, 970-350-9224 Hazel E. Johnson Research Center, 970-336-4187 Age group: 6-12 years Hands-on activities for youth. Fee. Category: DC Greeley Recreation Center 651 10th Ave., GR, 350-9400 GreeleyRec.aspx Age group: All Fitness facility, racquetball, indoor pool, climbing wall, rooms for parties, community programming. Fee. Category: AT, DC Greeley Youth Sports UNC, West Campus Fields, GR 350-9401, Age group: 8-14 years Fee. Category: AT, DC GRIT Athletics Livermore, 219-6214 Age group: 5-18 years Wrestling, running and rodeo training. Fee. Category: AT Hands On Music Academy 2856 Sitting Bull Way, FC 207-911, pages/Hands-On-Music-AcademyLLC/162392463778765 Age group: 4+ years Explore piano, guitar, voice, drums, bass composing, recording, team bands, Bach-Rock. Fee. Category: AR Har Shalom Preschool & Kindergarten 725 W. Drake Rd., FC, 232-9668 preschool Age group: 3-6 years A Jewish, Montessori-inspired preschool and kindergarten. All are welcome. Fee. Category: AC Harrington Arts Alliance 575 N. Denver Ave., LV, 568-8370 Age group: All Creative expression for all. Acting, singing, dancing, drawing, songwriting, main stage productions. Fee. Category: AR

August 8 7-9pm

Odell Brewing Taproom


800 E. Lincoln Ave. Fort Collins

Rooted in Resilience A Jacob Center Youth Fundraiser

Food, live music, drinks and fun!

3 Forks

Progressive Farm Dinner

All ticket sales benefit The Jacob Center Youth Fund, providing at-risk youth funding for basic needs, activities, opportunities, and items aimed at increasing resiliency.

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The Jacob Center is a proud affiliate of Realities for Children, Inc.

Sunday, August 20, 5-9pm Multi-course dinner from local food trucks and bike ride to three local farms. Tickets $75

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Haunted Game Cafe 3307 S. College Ave., FC, 402-2466 Age group: 10+ years Family board game fun. Open games. Free. Category: AC Havoc Girls Lacrosse Northern Colorado Age group: 8-13 years Northern Colorado girls lacrosse organization. Winter and spring seasons. Fee. Category: AT Healthy Kids Club, University of Colorado Health 1024 S. Lemay Ave., FC, 495-7511 Age group: Grades Pre-K-8 Health and safety education, afterschool programs and special events. Free. Category: AS, AT Hearts & Horses 163 N. CR 29, LV, 663-4200 Age group: 2+ years Therapeutic riding program for children with physical, cognitive or emotional challenges. Fee. Category: AT Hearts in Hand Child Development Center 2464 Marquette St., FC, 223-1245 Age group: 5-12 years Private kindergarten; summer camp. Fee. Category: AC, BS, AS, DC Heritage Christian Academy 2506 Zurich Dr., FC, 494-1022 Age group: Grades Pre-K-12 Heritage Summer Learning Studio offers learning opportunities in a Christian-centered environment. Fee. Category: AC Highland Meadows Golf Course 6300 Highland Meadows Pkwy., WS, 204-4653 Age group: 7-14 years Weeklong junior golf camps for beginner and intermediate golfers. Fee. Category: AT, DC Highland Park Lanes 1900 59th Ave., GR, 330-2695 Age group: 4-18 years Winter junior bowling league. Fee. Category: AT



High Plains Library District 2650 W. 29th St., GR Centennial Park Branch Library 2227 223rd Ave., GR Farr Regional Library 1939 61st Ave., GR Lincoln Park Branch Library 1012 11th St., Ste. B, GR Riverside Library 3700 Golden St., Evans 888-861-7323, Age group: All A community of libraries offering programs and materials for all ages. Free. Category: AC Hope Farms 1601 N. Shields St., FC Age group: 7-12 years Day camp includes horse riding, caring for animals. Gardening, crafts, supervised cooking classes, and more. Fee. Category: DC Horsetooth Cheer Elite 4103 S. Mason St., FC 282-9890 Age group: 5-18 years All-star competitive cheer (3 levels), recreational cheer, tumbling. Fee. Category: AT i9 Sports 1437 N. Denver Ave., LV. 720-934-3749 Age group: 3-12 years Fun, safe, convenient youth sports leagues for spring, summer and fall. Fee. Category: AT iD Game Design & Development Academy Held at University of Denver and more. 888-709-8324 Age group: 13-18 years Pre-college, intensive summer programs in game design, development, programming and 3D modeling. Fee. Category: AC, RC iD Programming Academy Held at University of Denver and more. 888-709-8324 Age group: 13-18 years Two-week, pre-college, intensive summer programs in programming, app development, robotics and more. Fee. Category: AC, RC




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iD Tech Camps Held at University of Denver, Colorado State University and more. 888-709-8324, Age group: 7-17 years Create apps, video games, programs, movies and more. Week-long, day and overnight programs. Fee. Category: AC, DC, RC ideas happen here 402 N. College Ave., FC, 227-3356 Age group: All Art classes at FC Museum of Art. Fee. Category: AR, DC

Kent Mountain Adventure Center 170 Elm Rd., EP, 586-5990 Age group: 9-17 years Rock climbing camps, wilderness courses, mountain biking, canyoneering, school groups, families. Fee. Category: AT, RC

Impact Dance Academy 1031 Conifer St., FC, 231-0844 Age group: 11-15 years Full-time age-appropriate activities for 11- to 15-year-olds. Fee. Category: AR

Kids Night Out Loveland Chilson Recreation Center, 700 E. 4th St., LV, 308-0439, Age group: 8-14 years Disco, gym, contests, fun, supervised youth program Saturday nights. Fee. Category: AT

Inner Strength Rock Gym 3713 S. Mason St., FC, 282-8118 Age group: 6-14 years Climbing classes for all abilities. Fee. Category: AT

KinderCare Learning Centers FC, LV, GR Age group: Infant-12 years Before- and after-school, and enrichment programs. Fee. Category: AC, AS, BS

Inspiration Riding Academy FC, Pierce, 402-2536 Age group: 5 years-Adult Teaching hunter jumper lessons. Pony club. Lesson horses available. Fee. Category: AT

Larimer Humane Society 6317 Kyle Ave., FC 226-3647, Age group: 8-12 years Spring break camp. Fee. Category: DC

International Blackbelt Academy 1833 E. Harmony Rd., FC, #5 204-9977 3091 W. 29th St., GR, 330-5425 Age group: 4+ years Karate for kids and families. Fee. Category: AT

Leadership Enrichment Program UNC, 501 20th St., GR, 351-2683 Age group: Grades 11 & 12 Registration deadline: March 3 For high-ability learners looking to be challenged. Fee. Category: AC, RC

JasCo Music Age group: 10+ years Guitar instruction emphasizing solid technique and understanding music theory. Fee. Category: AR

The Learning Experience 4775 Boardwalk Dr., FC, 223-3377 Age group: Infant-7 years Academy of early education, quality childcare, premier preschool, kindergarten enrichment. Fee. Category: AC, DC

Jumpin’ 6055 Sky Pond Dr., Ste. P100, LV 776-9756, Age group: 3-10 years A kids inflatable play place. Fee. Category: AT



Karate West, Inc. 3725 S. Mason St., FC, 223-5566 Age group: 4+ years-Adult Martial Arts programs for peewees, kids, teens and adults. Fee. Category: AT


The Learning House 3533 Riva Ridge Dr., FC, 266-0844 Age group: 4-8 years Four-day science camps filled with experiments, exploring and enthusiasm. Fee. Category. AC, DC






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Loveland Archery Exchange 907 N. VanBuren Ave., LV, 667-2934 Age group: 9+ years Learn patience and focus. Have fun. Individual instruction and Saturday morning shoots. Fee. Category: AT

Lewis Tennis School 2201 S. Shields St., FC, 493-7000 Age group: Grades K-12 Professionally run instruction, tournaments, leagues. Fee. Category: AT

Loveland Dance Academy 440 N. Lincoln Ave., LV, 667-2091 Age group: 2-Adult Instruction in ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and tumbling, building confidence. Fee. Fee. Category: AR

Life Center 1511 East 11th St., LV, 667-4939 Age group: Families Education, activities, recreation and resources for the whole family. Category: AC, AT, AS Lighthouse Dance 217 E. 4th St., LV, 667-2060 Age group: 3 years-Adult High-quality dance training in an atmosphere of joy and encouragement. Fee. Category: AT Lincoln Center 417 W. Magnolia St., FC, 221-6735 Age group: All ages Live family-friendly performances to introduce children to arts and culture. Fee. Category: AR Little Bears Child Care 1247 Riverside Ave., FC, 472-1984 2251 Hampshire Rd., FC, 484-3932 Age group: 6 weeks-8 years Core knowledge emphasis, Spanish and sign language included. Fee. Category: AC, AS, BS

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Learning Rx 1100 Haxton Dr., Ste. 105, FC 672-2030 Age group: All Make learning quicker, easier and more fun by training your brain. Fee. AC

Loveland Laser Tag Fun Center 401 Denver Ave., LV, 663-9999 Age group: 7+ years Laser tag, laser maze, climbing wall, parties, group events and more. Fee. Category: AT Loveland Museum/Gallery 503 N. Lincoln Ave., LV, 962-2410 Age group: Grades 1-9 After-school arts classes, summer and spring break workshops. Fee. Category: AR, AS Loveland Preschool 2500 N,. Garfield Ave., LV 412-2320, Age group: 2-4 years Parents and teachers cooperate to provide a developmentally appropriate learning environment. Fee. Category: AC Loveland Public Library 300 N. Adams, LV, 962-2665 Age group: All Programs, story times. Free. Category: AC

Lobos Football Technique Camp c/o Rocky Mountain High School 1300 W. Swallow, FC, 488-7023 Age group: 7-13 years Noncontact football technique. Camp led by Rocky Mountain Football program. Fee. Category: AT, DC

Loveland Sports and Academic Day Camp LV, 980-1994 Age group: 5-12 years Fun, safe place for children with reading, math, sports and activities. Fee. Category: AC, AT, DC

Lone Pine Classical School Age group: Grades 3-12 Latin and Greek classes for homeschoolers. Fee/Free. Category: AC

Loveland Swim Club 203-1374, Age group: 3 years-College Learn-to-swim and competitive swimming programs for athletes. Fee. Category: AT





Loveland Youth Gardeners 907 S. Lincoln Ave., LV, 669-7182 Age group: 5-21 years Cultivates skills, stewardship in young people through sustainable gardening and healthy living practices. Fee/Free. Category: AS, CO Magnolia Music Studio 210 W. Magnolia St., Ste. 10, FC, 481-8661 Age group: Youth-Adult Voice, fiddle, harp, violin. Fee. Category: AR Main Street Music Academy 609 Main St., WS, 674-0052 Age group: Varies Molding musicians since 1988. Private lessons and summer camps. Fee. Category: AR Matpac Wrestling WS, 250-8557 Age group: 11-18 years Teaching the fundamentals of wrestling, sportsmanship, hard work and teamwork. Fee. Category: AT Mathnasium 2733 Council Tree Ave. #107, FC, 221-1432 Age group: Grades K-12 Math tutoring. Fee. Category: AC McTeggart Irish Dancers 1200 S. College Ave., FC, 663-0282 Age group: Varies Boys and girls perform year round. Fee. Category: AT Mighty Kicks Northern Colorado, 970-682-4898 Age group: 3-5 years Introductory soccer program focusing on the overall development of each child using an age-specific curriculum. Fee. Category: AT


Miramont Lifestyle Fitness 901 Oakridge Dr., FC, 282-1000 1800 Heath Pkwy., FC, 221-5000 2211 S. College Ave., FC, 225-2233 3755 Precision Dr., Ste., 100, LV, 744-5005 Age group: 5-18 years Safe, fun and active after-school programs, day camp, no-school day camp, swim lessons, more. Fee. Category: AS, DC Moore Martial Arts 514 Main St, WS, 686-1247 Age group: Varies Teaching true self-defense with a combination of Anshinkai-do Karate and Kosho Ryu Kempo. Fee. Category: AT Mountain Kids 419 E. Stuart St., FC, 482-3118 Age group: 5-18 years Gymnastics, dance, swimming, preschool, summer day camp, afterschool transportation and care. Fee. Category: AC, AR, AS, AT, DC Mountain Sage Community School 2310 E. Prospect Rd., FC, 568-5456 Age group: Grades K-8 A K-8 charter school inspired by Waldorf education and sustainable living. Free. Category: AC Mulberry Pool 424 W. Mulberry St., FC, 221-6657 Age group: 6 months-Adult Swim lessons. Fee. Category: AT My Heroes 701 S. Overland Tr., FC, 678-984-7774 Age group: Grades K-12 Hippotherapy services for specialneeds riders. Fee. Category: AT New World Sports 119 E. Mountain St., FC 224-5857 Age group: 8-18 years old Guided biking, hiking and rafting tours. Fee. Category: AT

NFL Flag Football & Cheerleading 155 E. Boardwalk Dr., #550, FC 855-500-2797 Age group: 5-17 years Registration includes official NFL jersey, mouth piece and flags. Fee. Category: AT NoCo Ice Center 7900 S. CR 5, WS, 206-4423 Age group: 4 years-Adult Hockey and skating for youth and adult. Serving FC, GR, LV, WS. Fee. Category: AT NoCo Theatrix - Children’s Theater 1296 Main St. #D, WS, 407-970-7504 Age group: 5-13 years Musical theater programs year round. Singing, dancing, acting. Camps, workshops, more! Fee. Category: AR NORCO Volleyball Club 7395 Greendale Rd., WS 667-5005, Age group: 5-18 years Private lessons, camps, clinics, leagues. Fee. Category: AT, DC Northern Colorado Elite 4103 S. Mason St., FC, 282-9890 Age group: Grades K-12 All-star competitive cheer (3 levels), Recreational Cheer, tumbling. Fee. Category: AT Northern Colorado Orcas WS, 282-5150, Age group: 7-17 years Synchronized swimming for fans of music, dance and swimming. Fee. Category: AT Northern Colorado Snow Valley Basketball Camp UNC Butler Hancock Gym, GR, 720-470-4282 Age group: Grades 5-12 Individual skills camps for improving basketball skills while having fun. Fee. Category: AT, RC Northern Colorado Rush 4681 W. 20th St., #203, GR, 351-6255 Age group: 5-18 years Promotes passion for soccer that is fun and positive. Fee. Category: AT


Northern Colorado Wrestling Camps UNC, Butler Hancock Ctr., GR 351-2090, www.northern Age group: 8-18 years Multiple camps for advanced and beginning wrestlers looking to gain valuable skills and techniques. Fee. Category: AT, RC Northern Colorado Youth Hockey 7900 S. CR 5, WS, 206-4423 Age group: 5-18 years USA hockey. Competitive and rec teams with clinics and summer programs. Fee. Category: AT Northside Aztlan Community Center 112 E. Willow St., FC, 221-6256 Age group: 6+ years Classes, programs, sports, camps. Fee. Category: Category: AT, DC OMS Colorado Loveland Taekwondo 2981 N. Garfield Ave., LV. 461-0444 Age group: 5-Adult Olympic taekwondo, self-defense. Courtesy, focus, self-confidence. Classes, workshops, private lessons, camps, parties. Category: AT Partners Mentoring Youth PO Box 484, EP, 577-9348 500 S. College Ave., Unit 1, FC, 484-7123 710 11th Ave., GR, 378-6501 Age group: 7-17 years One-to-one mentoring relationship between adult role models and youth facing challenges in their personal, social and/or academic lives. Free. Category: CO Philomusica 2105 S. College Ave., FC, 419-8801 Age group: 1-12 years Music classes; instrumental lessons; innovative approach to group, prepiano, guitar lessons. Fee. Category: AR, DC




Piano & Guitar Institute 2925 S. College Ave., #8, FC, 206-4930 1295 Main St. #3, WS, 686-9660 Age group: Grades K-12 Students will be exposed to a variety of musical genres. Fee. Category: AR, DC Piano Center of the Rockies 2721 S. College Ave., #5A, FC, 2829171 Age group: All Specializing in piano classes for kids, teens, adults and retirees. Fee. Category: AR Poudre River Public Library District Council Tree Library, 2733 Council Tree Ave., Ste. 200, FC, 221-6740 Harmony Library, 4616 S. Shields St., FC, 221-6740 Old Town Library , 201 Peterson St., FC, 221-6740 Webster House Administration Center 301 E. Olive St., FC, 221-6740 Age group: All Programs to encourage literacy, curiosity and imagination. Free. Category: AC Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies 1410 E. 11th St., LV, 663-3173 Age group: 18 months-18 years Gymnastics, cheer and tumbling classes. Private lessons, open gym. Summer camps. Fee. Category: AT PSD Early Childhood Program 703 E. Prospect, FC, 490-3036 early-childhood Age group: 3-5 years Early Head Start, early childhood, preschool programs. Fee/Free. Category: AC Qdoba Events Center 218 Smokey St., FC, 282-1112 Age group: 8-13 years Six-week high intensity inline hockey camps. Soccer-TBD, Lacrosse-TBD. Fee. Category: AT, DC Raintree Athletic Club 2555 S. Shields St., FC, 490-1300 Age group: 5-17 years Swim lessons. Fee. Category: AT


Redeemer Lutheran Early Childhood Center 7755 Greenstone Trail, FC, 206-0381 Age group: 2 1/2-6 years Half-day programs. Fee. Category: AC Ripple Effect Martial Arts 2948 Council Tree Ave., #137, FC, 282-3714 Age group: 5-12 years High-energy summer and year-round martial arts program. Fee. Category: AT Rivendell School 1800 E. Prospect Rd., FC, 493-9052 Age group: Grades Pre-K-5 Summer day camp sessions. Fun learning, hands-on activities, play. Fee. Category: AC, DC RJ’s Amazing Entertainment LV, 377-0093 Age group: 2+ years Parties, airbrush tattoos, face painting, balloon animals, more. Fee. Category: AR

Rocky Mountain Youth Sports 3307 S. College Ave., #200-1, FC, 631-9310 Age group: Grades Pre-K-12 Basketball camps, clinics and personal training. Fee. Category: AT, DC Rocky Ridge Music Center 465 Longs Peak Rd., EP, 586-4031 Age group: 10-22 years Classical music camp for all ages. Fee. Category: AR RollerLand Skate Center 324 S. Link Lane, FC, 482-0497 Age group: Grades K-12 School fundraisers, birthday parties, school-break skates, private parties, live music! Fee. Category: AT Roo Jumps Inflatable Party Rentals 3946 Carson Ave., Evans, 622-0055 Age group: All Inflatibles play areas for events. Fee. Category: AT

Rocky Mountain Archery 4518 Innovation Dr., FC, 226-5900 Age group: 6+ years Indoor archery range offering equipment and lessons for all skill levels. Fee. Category: AT

Safe Routes to School 281 N. College Ave., FC, 416-2357 Age group: Grades K-8 Kids and parents walking and biking to school for good grades and good health. Free. Category: AT

Rocky Mountain Cheer & Dance 148 SW 2nd St., LV, 669-0762 Age group: 18 months-18 years Recreational and competitive cheer, tumbling and dance. Fee. Category: AT

Science Toy Magic 11 Old Town Square, FC, 484-2377 Age group: 5+ years Boomerang lessons. First Sundays March-September. Boomerangs provided. Free. Category: AC

Rocky Mountain Fever 3307 S. College Ave., #200-1, FC 631-9310, Age group: Grades 4-11 Club basketball for boys and girls. Fee. Category: AT

Scott Downing’s Football Camp UNC, West Campus Fields, GR 350-9401, Age group: 8-14 years Fee. Category: AT, DC

Rocky Mountain Summer Music Camp at CSU Colorado State University, FC, 491-1584 Age group: Grades 7-12 Camp for band, orchestra, vocal, percussion with world-class instruction. Fee. Category: AR

Seraphim MMA 804 E. Eisenhower Blvd., LV, 292-8016 Age group: 8-16 years Youth and teen MMA. Six-week camp. Boost confidence. Make new friends. Fee. Category: AT


Sera Schools Music Programs FC, 343-0819, Age group: Pre-K-Adult Private, semi-private, and group instruction on piano, guitar, violin, and voice. Fee. Category: AR Shadowcliff Critters, Creeks, and Crows 100 Summerland Park Rd., Grand Lake, 970-627-9220 Age group: 6+ years Learn about the laws of nature as a family, relax, enjoy. Fee. Category: RC Soggy Noodle Estes Park Children’s Theatre EP, 586-9125, Age group: 9+ years Co-op theatre company where parents contribute their time and talents. Fee. Category: AR Southridge Junior Golf Academy 5750 S. Lemay Ave., FC 416-2828, Age group: 5-16 years Beginner and intermediate golf classes. Fee. Category: AT Speech & Language Stimulation 317 N. Meldrum St., FC, 495-1150 Age group: All Specializing in language programs, articulation, literacy, social-pragmatic language, vocal-cord issues, more. Fee. Category: AC Spring Creek School 1900 Remington, FC, 224-4240 Age group: 12 mos.-Grade 5 Preschool, kindergarten, before- and after-school, summer camps. Fee. Category: AC, AS, BS, DC Starflower Dance Company EP, 593-8424 Age group: 6 years-Adult Private and group dance and fitness classes for all ages and ability levels. Fee. Category: AR, AT

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Studio West Dance Center 216 W. Horsetooth Rd., Ste. B, FC 225-1611, 645 N. Denver Ave., LV, 970-663-3133, Age group: 3-17 years Summer dance day camps and workshops. Fee. Catagory: AR, DC Summer Enrichment Program UNC 501 20th St., GR, 351-2683 Age group: Grades 5-10 Registration deadline: June 6 Enrichment program for gifted and talented high-ability learners. Fee. AC, RC Sunshine House Four area locations, 800-551-1561 Age group: Infant-School age After-school and summer camp, part-/full-time available. Fee. Category: AS, DC Sykes Family Martial Arts 5800 S College Ave., FC 267-0490, Age group: 3 years-Adult Karate, Jiu Jitsu, bullying prevention. Fee. Category: AT Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch 2939 N. CR 31D, LV, 667-3915 Age group: 6-18 years Old-fashioned family camp, trail rides, hay rides, camp fires. Fee. Category: DC, RC Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center 424 Pine St., Ste. 100, FC 4932628, Age group: 6 weeks-5 years Quality childcare/preschool. Fee. Category: AC, AS, BS TEAM Wellness & Prevention 201 S. College Ave., 3rd Floor, FC, 224-9931 Age group: Grades K-12 Promotes healthy lifestyles through the prevention of substance abuse. Free. Category: CO The Reading Clinic 800 N. Garfield Ave., LV, 667-3190 Age group: 5 years-Adult Individualized instruction in reading, writing, study skills and math. Fee. Category: AC


The Studio 3307 S. College Ave., Unit 6, FC, 223-8155 217 E. 4th St., LV, 669-5155 3307 S. College Ave., FC 223-8155, Age group: All All-in-one camps, dance intensives, rock-star camps, and summer classes. Fee. Category: AR, DC Thompson Soccer Association 1217 W. Eisenhower Blvd., LV 461-9358, Age group: Grades 3-12 Competitive and district leagues; fall and spring programs. Fee. Category: AT, DC Thompson Valley Preschool, Inc. 803 E. 16th St., LV, 667-6552 Age group: 3-6 years Income-based, school readiness preschool program. Building the foundation for a child’s education. Fee/Free. Category: AC Tomora Training Center 11000 U.S. Hwy. 34, GR, 970-330-6552 Age group: Youth-Adult Equestrian training, lessons, clinics and events revolve mostly around dressage. Fee. Category: AT, DC T.R. Paul Academy of Arts & Knowledge 4512 McMurry Dr., FC, 226-2800 Age group: Grades Pre-K-8 Free public Mosaica charter school with a fine arts focus. Fee. Categories: AC Tran’s Martial Arts 2925 S. College Ave., FC, 493-3838 222 E. 29th St., LV, 635-9222 Age group: 4 years-Adult Instruction in self-defense, physical and personal fitness. Fee. Category: AT Tutor Doctor 416-7777, Age group: School age One-on-one, in-home tutoring. Fee. Category: AC

UNC Baseball Camps UNC Jackson Field, GR, 351-1714 Age group: 9-18 years Offering several baseball camps. Fee. Category: AT, DC, RC UNC Bear PAW Camp 351-1202, Age group: 5-11 years Registration deadline: June 30 Fun week of physical activities, skill development and active games. Fee. Category: AT, DC UNC Football Camps UNC Butler Hancock Fields, GR, 351-1875 earnestcollinsfootballcamps Age group: Grades 1-12 Multiple day/overnight camps designed to develop fundamental football skills. Fee. Category: AT, DC, RC UNC Individual Men’s Basketball Camp UNC Butler Hancock Gym, GR, 351-2939 Age group: 8-16 years Registration deadline: Varies Two camps offered in June with various games and competition. Fee. Category: AT, DC UNC Jazz Camp UNC, 501 20th St., GR, 351-2394 Age group: Middle school-College Registration deadline: June 15 Jazz skills and theory camp offers students the opportunity to work with nationally respected musicians. Fee. Category: AR, RC UNC Las Chicas de Matematicas UNC Mathematical Sciences, Ross 2240A, GR, 351-2425 mathcamp/ Age group: 14-18 years One-week math camp for incoming high school girls. Free. Category: AC, RC UNC Men’s Basketball Team Camp UNC Butler Hancock Gym, GR, 351-1716 Age group: Grades 9-12 Registration deadline: June 1 Freshman, JV and varsity teams. Seven game guarantee. Fee. Category: AT, RC


UNC Soccer Camps UNC Jackson Field, GR, 351-1758 Age group: 6-13 years Offering several technical and tactical sessions with organized games. Fee. Category: AT, DC UNC Tennis Camps UNC Tennis Courts, GR Age group: Varies Several camp options. Fee. Category: AT, DC UNC Volleyball Camps UNC Campus, GR, 351-1719 Age group: Grades 3-12 Open to boys and girls. Fee. Category: AT, DC, RC UNC Women’s Basketball Camps UNC Butler Hancock Gym, GR 351-2534, www.kamie Age group: Grades 1-12 Offering several camps in June. Fee. Category: AT, DC Up In Lights Productions LV, 292-8682 Age group: 6-18 years Musical theatre training summer camps, singing, dancing, acting, final performance. Fee. AR, DC VanCo School of Art 204 Maple St., Ste. 105., FC 430-5113, www.vancoschool. Age group: 5-11 years Offers classical training for artists with a passion to learn and create. Fee. Category: AR Village Green Pool 1831 Valley Forge Ave., FC, 493-2099 Age group: Birth-18 years Swimming, diving, wading pool, swim teams, swim lessons, tennis. Friendly neighborhood community. Fee. Category: AT Village Green Synchronized Swimming Team 1831 Valley Forge Ave., FC, 493-2099 Age group: 6-18 years Fun, teamwork, exercise for girls in a safe, supportive environment. Fee. Category: AT

Vollitude Volleyball Club Northern Colorado, 690-3441 Age group: 12-18 years Offering opportunity for players to play at the club level in northern Colorado. Fee. Category: AT

Windsor Gymnastics Academy 687 Academy Ct., WS, 686-6175 Age group: 5-13 years Summer day camp, fun activities. Fee. Category: DC

Vortex Swim Club 481-6640, Age group: 5-18 years Developmental and competitive program for beginning and advanced swimmers. Fun environment. Fee. Category: AT

Windsor Lacrosse 7025 Eastman Park Dr., WS 576-9694, Age group: Grades 2-12 Basic lacrosse skills and skill development. Fee. Category: AT, DC

Wee Love Preschool 3800 W. 20th St., GR, 339-3305 weelovepreschool Age group: 3-5 years Premier, nonprofit, parent-cooperative school providing an academically focused program. Fee. Category: AC

Windsor Parks & Recreation 250 N. 11th St., WS 674-3500, Age group: All Programs and activities for families. Fee. Category: AT

Windmill Child Enrichment Center 1215 Automation Dr., WS 674-0004, Age group: 5-12 years Fun, safe summer camp for school-age children. Fee. Category: AS, BS, DC

Windsor Wrestling Club Windsor High, 1100 Main St., WS, 218-1056 Age group: 6-15 years Fee. Category: AT

YMCA of the Rockies 2515 Tunnel Rd., EP 888-613-9622, Age group: All For youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Fee. Category: DC, RC Young Child Summer Enrichment Program UNC 501 20th St., GR 351-2683, Age group: 4-9 years Registration deadline: June 15 Enrichment program for children who demonstrate unique talents and abilities. Fee. Category: AC, DC

Youth Enrichment League 970-688-4151 Age Group: Grades K-12 Youth enrichment classes and summer camps. Fencing, Legos (STEM), chess, sports, more. Fee. Category: AS, BS, DC Youth Orchestra of the Rockies FC, 310-7998 Age group: 7-18 years Challenges young musicians to strive for excellence. Concerts held in November. Fee. Category: AR

Young People’s Learning Centers 209 E. Plum St., FC, 482-1212 405 Mathews St., FC, 482-6264 1015 E. Elm St., Milliken, 587-7722 Age group: 5-15 years Fun child and teen camps. Fee. Category: AS, BS, DC

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Greeley-Evans School District 6 Aug. 21 1-12 classes begin Aug. 24 K classes begin Sept. 4 Labor Day Sept. 18 K-12 no school Oct. 13 K-12 no school Oct. 23 K-12 no school Nov. 22-24 Thanksgiving break Dec. 4 K-12 no school Dec. 20-Jan. 3 Winter break, no school Jan. 15 K-12 no school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day Feb. 5 K-12 no school Feb. 19 K-12 no school, President’s Day Mar. 12-16 Spring break Mar. 26 K-12 no school Apr. 27 & 30 K-12 no school May 23 Last day of school for students May 23-26 High school graduations Poudre School District Aug. 18 High School Transition Day Aug. 21 9-12 Classes begin Aug. 22 Middle School Transition Day Aug. 23 K-8 Classes begin Sept. 4 Labor Day Sept. 29 K-8 no school, collaboration day Oct. 19 K-5 no school, parent-teacher conferences Oct. 20 K-12 no school, parent-teacher conferences Nov. 17 K-5 no school, work day Nov. 22-24 Thanksgiving Break Dec. 22-Jan. 5 Winter break Jan. 8 6-12 no school Jan. 15 K-12 no school, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Feb. 19 K-12 no school, collaboration day Mar. 2 K-5 no school, teacher work day Mar. 12-16 Spring break Apr. 13 K-12 no school, parent-teacher conference day May 24-26 High school graduations May 28 K-12 no school, Memorial Day May 31 K-12, Last Day of Classes, half Day 44 | RMPARENT


Thompson School District Aug. 18 K-5 classes begin, 6 & 9 Transition Day Aug. 21 6-12 Classes begin Sept. 4 Labor Day Sept. 5 K-12 no school, professional learning day Oct. 6 K-12 no school, teacher work day Oct. 12 K-12 no school, parent-teacher conferences Oct. 13 K-12 no school, teacher exchange day Nov. 20-24 Thanksgiving break Dec. 22-Jan. 5 Winter break Jan. 15 K-12 no school, Martin Luther King Jr. Day Feb. 19 K-12 no school, Presidents Day Feb. 20 K-12 no school, professional learning day Mar. 2 K-12 no school, teacher work day Mar. 9 K-12 no school, parent-teacher conferences Mar. 12-16 Spring break May 16 12, last day of school May 18 K-11 no school, teacher work day May 25 K-11, last day of school, half day May 26 High School Graduation Windsor School District Aug. 9 K-12 classes begin Sept. 4 Labor Day Sept. 22 K-12 no school, teachers report Oct. 13 K-12 no school, conference Nov. 6 K-12 no school, teachers report Nov. 22-24 Thanksgiving break Dec. 22-Jan. 5 Winter break Jan. 8 K-12 no school, teachers report Jan. 15 K-12 no school Martin Luther King Jr. Day Feb. 2 K-12 no school, teachers report Feb. 16 K-12 no school, conference Feb. 19 K-12 no school, Presidents Day, teachers report Mar. 12-16 K-12 no school, Spring break Apr. 9 K-12 no school, teachers report May 11 K-12, last day of school May 13 High school graduation




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