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LPS Strategic Plan

 

In January 2012, the Board of Education began the process of revising the district's strategic plan that has been in place since 2006, making changes that reflect the priorities of the current Board and to align with the district’s directions in all areas, including 21st Century Learning, Technology, Facilities, Diversity, Quality Programs, Early Childhood, Community Partnerships, and Environment. 

The Board approved its
Revised LPS Strategic Plan February 9, 2012.

Vision Statement
Littleton Public Schools: Extraordinary learning, exceptional
community, expanded opportunity and success for all students

Mission Statement
To educate all students for the future by challenging every individual to
continuously learn, achieve, and act with purpose and compassion

Core Beliefs 

  1. A world class education prepares all students to succeed in a global society.
  2. Every student is unique and has different abilities, needs, and learning styles that require varying
    educational techniques and strategies.
  3. Students learn best when their passions and talents are coupled with high expectations and academic rigor in a safe and caring environment.
  4. A quality educational environment requires exceptional teachers, administrators, and staff supported by effective professional development, competitive compensation, and personnel practices that attract and retain the best staff.
  5. The foundation for superior education and citizenship is built upon communication and connections with the community, including the active participation of students, staff, and parents.
  6. A comprehensive education provides students with varied learning opportunities that include curricular and extra-curricular offerings.
  7. Meaningful evaluation of student learning occurs through timely and ongoing analysis of student performance on a variety of assessments.
  8. Effective use of technology creates powerful instructional systems and enables students to successfully communicate and compete in a global environment.
  9. A premier education enables students to think critically, work collaboratively, communicate effectively, and act with integrity.
  10. Students learn best when there are collaborative partnerships that foster thoughtful and relevant learning innovations between school and district leadership.
  11. A strong, flexible, and fiscally responsible school district is critical for long-term success and community confidence; for maintaining strong partnerships with local, state, and national elected officials and neighboring agencies; and for engaging in, shaping, and influencing public policy that affects education services in LPS.

Focus Areas

  1. Enhance instructional systems that maximize achievement for all students and integrate knowledge and skills relevant to a global 21st century world.
  2. Expand utilization of instructional technology with appropriate use for student achievement while providing the infrastructure for organizational efficiency and effectiveness.
  3. Provide an educational and work environment that supports professional learning and collaborative work for all staff.
  4. Promote, sustain, and create quality programs that make Littleton Public Schools the uniquely preferred choice for families inside and outside the District.
  5. Engage the community and parents as active partners in the objectives, activities, and performance of the school district and its students.
  6. Optimize the use of District resources and facilities to meet student learning needs while operating the District efficiently.
  7. Promote and provide an environment that fosters caring, respect, and compassion for others.
  8. Expand quality early childhood and childcare programs.
  9. Educate and support staff, parents, and community to address diverse student learning by providing access and opportunities for all students.

 

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