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Options Middle School teacher receives teaching award

Options Middle School teacher receives teaching award

LPS congratulates Jami Nelson, Options Middle School math teacher, who is the recipient of a Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2014 Teaching Awards. Nelson will be recognized during Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics fall conference to be held September 25-26 at the Denver Mart.

LPS proudly marches in the city's 2014 WWW Grand Parade

LPS proudly marches in the city's 2014 WWW Grand Parade

Littleton Public Schools Board of Education, along with staff, students, and parents welcomed students and families back for the 2014-2015 school year in the City of Littleton’s 2014 Western Welcome Week Grand Parade.

LPS students perform well on 2014 TCAP tests

LPS students perform well on 2014 TCAP tests

LPS students are scoring higher and demonstrating greater growth than their peers across Colorado, according to the results of the 2014 TCAP tests. Congratulations, students, teachers, and all who support them!

Thank you, LPS Foundation!

Thank you, LPS Foundation!

Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Scott Murphy accepted a symbolic check from LPS Foundation Executive Director Beth Best on August 1. The check represents the LPSF's donations to the district over the past year, totalling $554,494!

Powell teacher recognized with Band Director of the Year Award

Powell teacher recognized with Band Director of the Year Award

Powell Band Director Marie Jenkins received the 6th annual Colorado Honor Band Association (CHBA) Bill Thompson Band Director of the Year Award from a three-member panel of judges who recognized Jenkins for her dedication to reaching students through instrumental music education. Congratulations! &...

Powell students earn National Spanish Exams recognition

Powell students earn National Spanish Exams recognition

World language students from Powell Middle School attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2014 National Spanish examinations. Students earned 13 medals including 1 gold, 3 silver, and 9 bronze medals along with 18 honorable mentions. Congratulations to all participants!

LPS welcomes the class of 2027!

Contact your elementary school to register your child for kindergarten this fall. 

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Posted at 12:35 p.m. 8/27/14
In coordination with local law enforcement and due to police activity in the area this morning, all LPS schools and offices put a secure perimeter in place as a precaution.  The incident had nothing to do with our students and staff and occured outside of school property. Students were not in danger. The secure perimeter has since been lifted. School continues as normal.

 

District Leadership Team takes
Ice Bucket Challenge

8/22/14
Heritage High School challenged the district leadership team to take the Ice Bucket Challenge.  Here's what happened next...


 

Superintendent takes
Ice Bucket Challenge

Superintendent Scott Murphy accepts,
then extends Ice Bucket Challenge.

8/20/14
LPS superintendent Scott Murphy received the Ice Bucket Challenge yesterday from Cherry Creek Superintendent Dr. Harry Bull.  Murphy accepted the challenge without hesitation and enjoyed the opportunity to extend it to others.  

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A communication from the
Colorado Department of Education
regarding the 2013-2014 state
safety and discipline report

 

All Littleton Public Schools
are on regular schedule

 

Four Years in a Row!

Ranked #1 overall
in student
academic achievement
in the Denver Metro Area
in Reading, Writing,
and Math!

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