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Variety Show Audition

Mary R. Fisher Elementary School & Thompson Middle School

Variety Show Auditions

Open to all students and staff!

Thursday, January 18th

Tuesday, January 23rd

3-5 p.m. in Mrs. Rossetti’s Room

TMHS College Acceptance

Congratulations to another Tourtellotte Memorial High School senior on college acceptance.

Eastern Connecticut State University

Running Scholarship Total: $502,500

Thompson Public Schools

The Thompson Public Schools are committed to excellence throughout the school community. In a positive and caring environment, students will master lifelong learning skills to achieve individual maximum potential. Students will participate in a challenging curriculum that encourages creative and critical thinking. In partnership with community and family, we will foster the values of integrity and respect in a diverse and changing society.


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While Thompson Public Schools strives to adhere to the accepted guidelines and standards for accessibility and usability, it is not always possible to do so in all areas of the website. We are continually seeking out solutions that will bring all areas of the site up to the same level of overall web accessibility.


Grant-funded programs yield more student opportunity in Thompson

Thompson Public Schools will roll out several new grant-funded programs that target the social and emotional wellbeing of students and strengthen professional relationships with key industry partners to yield student opportunities.

The latest grants from the Connecticut State Department of Education and Connecticut Marine Trades Association bring the district to a total of $103,127 in grant funding thus far from various organizations, this school year alone.

Student opportunity is expanding, thanks to grant funding from the Connecticut Marine Trades Association in conjunction with Anderson Windows, Superintendent Melinda Smith said. The grants, totaling $2,000, collectively provide boat building kits and supplies, transportation to the upcoming Hartford Boat Show and student stipends for their demonstration of trade skills at the February event.

The middle school students in the boat building after-school program, the only one of its kind in this area of Connecticut, will be mentored by professionals in the trade who will visit Thompson to work with the children and provide information about career pathways.

“You can’t even put a price tag on that,” Smith said.

With a $10,000 Title IV grant through the Connecticut State Department of Education, the district will also offer stress-reduction activities - including yoga - in courses taught by Thompson educators, certified by Rhode Island-based Shri Yoga. The classes are expected to be offered at the middle and high school level next fall.

At Mary R. Fisher Elementary, an early childhood social skills program endorsed by the National Association for the Education of Young Children will be implemented to teach students coping and self-regulating skills. The program not only provides strategies for children, but also helps faculty members approach students who are under stress, Smith said.

“It’s our obligation as a school district to educate the whole child,” she said. “We know through research that relaxation, yoga and having time for kids to sit and be calm improves student achievement and performance.”
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It's always a pleasure to have Tourtellotte Memorial High School alumni return to give our current seniors advice and share their college experiences with the students. Thank you to our TMHS Class of 2017 members for joining us Monday. Once a TMHS tiger, always a tiger! ... See MoreSee Less

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In case you weren’t able to attend our last Board of Education meeting, here are the highlights:
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