LPS is cancelling all classes for Friday, April 27, 2018 due to insufficient staffing.Please click here to read a communication from Superintendent Brian Ewert regarding the closure.
Dear Parents and Guardians:
Thank you for being part of the Littleton Public Schools learning community! We feel fortunate to have the opportunity to educate your child, and we look forward to another successful school year.
Our mission is “to educate all students for the future by challenging every individual to continuously learn, achieve, and act with purpose and compassion in a safe and secure environment.” Students grow intellectually, academically, physically, and emotionally a great deal during these years. We want to help students of all ages make good choices and develop a strong sense of character along the way. We also believe systems need to be in place that allow students to recover when poor choices are made. This is possible only if students, parents, teachers, and administration take a team approach and work together as a community.
Mutual respect, high behavior standards, and consistent enforcement of discipline are conducive to safe and productive learning environments. The Littleton Public Schools Student Code of Conduct outlines standards and expectations for behavior for all students. All of the policies referenced in the Code of Conduct are available in their entirety at http://www.boarddocs.com/co/lpsco/Board.nsf/Public. Every school will have additional expectations that define and support the unique culture and climate of that particular school.
If you have questions about these expectations, please contact your school’s principal for additional information. We look forward to partnering with you to ensure that your student is fully prepared to be successful in the future!
Dear Parents and Student Athletes:
Participation in Littleton Public Schools athletic programs is a privilege. With this privilege comes certain responsibilities. Student athletes represent Littleton Public Schools in the classroom, in the hallways, in the athletic arena, and in the community. The Athletic Code of Conduct is in effect 365 days of the year, 24 hours a day, and 7 days per week.
The High School Student Athlete Handbook and Athletic Code of Conduct serves to inform students and parents about the guidelines, policies, and regulations of the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) and the Littleton Public School district. It explains expectations for athletes at each high school. One of the primary roles of the high school athletic department is to oversee the conduct of our student athletes. We urge parents to take an active part in the guidance and supervision of their son and/or daughter while supporting the schools in our endeavor to develop positive and productive citizens.