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Teacher Appreciation Week 2015

Teacher Appreciation Week 2015

This week, schools across the nation celebrate teachers and the teaching profession during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4--8, 2015. On behalf of the LPS community, we thank all teachers for the amazing difference they make in the lives of our students and their families!

LPS educates community members of all ages with Red Cross preparedness training

LPS educates community members of all ages with Red Cross preparedness training

LPS partnered with the American Red Cross to provide hands-on preparedness training for LPS students and parents. The Red Cross Community Emergency Preparedness Evening featured three courses with more than 100 children and parents in attendance.

LPS students gain honors at FCCLA State Leadership Conference

LPS students gain honors at FCCLA State Leadership Conference

It was a very successful weekend for many LPS students at the recent Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Leadership Conference. Students from Heritage as well as LPS’ Fashion Design and Teacher Cadet programs attended the almost 1300 person conference.

Arapahoe High School students place top three in Optimist Essay Contest

Arapahoe High School students place top three in Optimist Essay Contest

AHS students placed top 3 in LUMC Optimist Essay Contest for their essays on the topic, “optimism should be a priority.” All three are students in Marlys Ferrill’s Language Arts class. Ferrill encourages students to compete in this positive competition, supporting optimism and writing skills.

Business Coalition’s Meeting Highlights LPS STEM, AHS Library

Business Coalition’s Meeting Highlights LPS STEM, AHS Library

Presented by the LPS Foundation, the Littleton Business Coalition, met for a Community Breakfast on April 3rd. Hosted in the new library at AHS, STEM teachers from the three district high schools overviewed the key skills and competencies gained through high school technology labs.

3 LPS students compete at 2015 Colorado Geographic Bee

3 LPS students compete at 2015 Colorado Geographic Bee

Quinn Jones (Goddard), Madylin Medley (Powell) and Max TenBraak (Euclid) were among a select number of students throughout the state to compete at the 2015 Colorado Geographic Bee. The state competition was held March 27, 2015 at the University of Colorado Denver.

LPS students significantly outscore peers on first online CMAS tests

Congratulations to LPS students who took the state's first online assessments last spring.  Recently released scores show that LPS students scored significantly higher than the state average in all grades and subjects tested! 

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The Educational Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC) is looking for student representatives, high school teachers, parents and community members. If you are interested in technology and would like to contribute ideas to technology initiatives in LPS, please apply by May 29th.

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It is important to Littleton Public Schools and the Special Services Advisory Committee (SSAC) that parents of students with disabilities have an opportunity to give feedback to the District. Please take a moment to complete the following survey and submit your feedback by May 8, 2015.

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