Students Exhibit Business Knowledge, Leadership Skills at FBLA Conference
FBLA emphasizes postsecondary readiness for students interested in business or business education, while developing valuable leadership skills. Students from all three of the LPS high schools participated at the 2015 State Leadership Conference.
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Heritage Students Awarded at Science Competition
Heritage's Science Research Class has had an exciting few weeks. On April 28th, the class hosted an open house to showcase all of their hard work. Three of the students from this class also attended the Colorado-Wyoming Junior Academy of Science Competition (C-WJAS) on April 20th.
Powell Students Meet Bob Dole on Class Trip to D.C.
One hundred and twenty students from Powell Middle School recently travelled to Washington, D.C. for their 8th grade class trip. A few students had the opportunity to take a photograph with Bob Dole.
Students Excel at 2015 LPS Math Olympiad
Fourth and fifth grade teams from across the district participated in the 2015 LPS Math Olympiad on April 28th. Throughout the school year, the teams met weekly to develop their skills in math and to stimulate their enthusiasm for the subject while providing satisfaction through meeting challenges.
Arapahoe Grads Named Goldwater Scholars
Former AHS students Katie Hatstat and Meredith Lutz were named Goldwater Scholars. The foundation was established by Congress in 1986 to honor Barry M. Goldwater and provides scholarships to highly qualified college students who intend to pursue careers in science, mathematics and engineering.
Heritage Student to Compete at National Speech and Debate Tournament
Sierra Johnson-Golding, a senior at Heritage High School, will compete in Dramatic Interpretation at the National Speech and Debate Tournament. Heritage also received the Leading Chapter Award from the NSDA, recognizing the school for its growth and success within its district.
LPS students significantly outscore peers on first online CMAS tests
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2015 Retirement Celebrations
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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