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  • Last Day of School

    The last day of school is coming soon! May 25 will be the last day, and school will dismissed at 2:09. We hope you will continue to read and do math over the summer....but have fun too!!!! 

  • Mrs. Wasson - Kitchen Manager -

    Field's kitchen manager, TAMI WASSON, was named the MANAGER OF THE YEAR BY THE COLORADO SCHOOL NUTRITION ASSOCIATION. Congratulations Ms. Tami! 

  • Mrs. Moore - Teacher Tuesday award!

    Our own Mrs. Sally Moore, 5th grade teacher, was awarded Teacher Tuesday by Sean Henry of radio station KOSI. Sean came to school and announced to Mrs. Moore's class that she had been nominated for Teacher Tuesday and she won! He presented her with a few gifts, and talk to her for a few minutes. Their interview was aired on Tuesday, May 7th. Congratulations Mrs. Moore! You deserve it!

  • New Hours for 2018-2019

    We will have new hours for the 2018-2019 School Year. They will be as follows: Regular School Day: 7:50am - 3:03pm PLC Late Start Every Wednesday: 8:50am First Day of School (August 17th) dismissal: 11:50am  

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  • Community Information Nights: LPS Bond Issue 4A

    Please join Superintendent Brian Ewert at an upcoming community information night to learn more about the proposed Littleton Public Schools Bond Issue 4A. Superintendent Ewert will provide information and answer questions about the proposed bond projects, the impact that they will have on Littleton Public Schools and the direct effect they will have on several LPS school communities. These events are open to all members of the local community. Whether you are an LPS parent/guardian, an employee, or one of our neighbors, we hope to see you there! Please check back as additional dates and times may be added.   September 25, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Franklin Elementary, hosted by Franklin PTO 1603 East Euclid Avenue Centennial, CO 80121 October 1, 6 p.m. Bemis Public Library 6014 South Datura Street Littleton, CO 80120 October 2, 6 p.m. Highland Elementary, hosted by Highland PTO 711 East Euclid Avenue Centennial, CO 80121 October 3, 6:30 p.m. Columbine Valley Town Hall, hosted by Columbine Valley HOA 2 Middlefield Road Columbine Valley, CO 80123 October 4, 4 p.m. Arapahoe High School, hosted by Arapahoe School Accountability Committee 2201 East Dry Creek Road Centennial, CO 80122 October 4, 7 p.m.-8 p.m. Newton Middle School, hosted by school community 4001 East Arapahoe Road Centennial, CO 80122 October 8, 6 p.m.-7 p.m. Lenski Elementary, hosted by Lenski School Accountability Committee & PTO 6350 South Fairfax Way Centennial, CO 80121 October 9, 7 p.m. Sandburg Elementary Gym, hosted by Cherry Knolls HOA 6900 South Elizabeth Street Centennial, CO 80122 October 10, 6:30 p.m. Ralph Moody Elementary School, hosted by Moody PTO 6390 South Windermere Street Littleton, CO 80120

  • Franklin, Highland, Lenski, Wilder school start times change Monday Sept. 17

    Beginning Monday, September 17, 2018, the following elementary schools will start school 10 minutes earlier and will dismiss 10 minutes earlier every day -- 7:50 a.m. to 2:33 p.m.  (Wednesday late starts for PLCs will also be adjusted 10 minutes earlier - 8:50 a.m. to 2:33 p.m.): Franklin Highland Lenski Wilder

  • LPS awarded 'Accredited with Distinction' rating for the 8th consecutive year; Students continue to perform well on CMAS tests

      Littleton Public Schools awarded Accredited with Distinction rating for the 8th consecutive year; Students continue to perform well on CMAS tests; achieve the highest percentages “meeting or exceeding expectations” ever in 11 areas tested; LPS saw highest academic growth in Denver Metro Area Littleton Public Schools is pleased to announce that it has earned a 2018 rating of Accredited with Distinction. This is the 8th consecutive year LPS has earned the top rating from the Colorado Department of Education. Districts Accredited with Distinction have earned 80% or more of possible points on the District Performance Frameworks. Colorado’s school accountability system rates districts based on achievement on state literacy, math and science tests, on annual academic growth and on postsecondary readiness as measured by graduation rates, dropout rates, scores on college entrance exams and enrollment in college. (Rankings are considered preliminary at this time and will be finalized in December.) Read full release in the Newsroom

  • LPS Connect System Screens Visitors to LPS Buildings

    With the start of the 2018-2019 academic year, Littleton Public Schools is introducing LPS Connect, a new lobby check-in procedure at every school to improve building safety procedures. The first phase of the LPS Connect system will focus on volunteer monitoring. Later this year, after the system is fully implemented, a visitor management component will run a background check on every visitor using a driver’s license reader during check-in. Visitors will need to show a drivers license or government ID for the system to review their status. The software will also log where visitors are going and provide another layer to the security systems that LPS already has in place.   When fully installed, every visitor or volunteer entering an LPS school will check in at the LPS Connect kiosk before proceeding to any classroom or other location on campus. Guy Grace, Director of Security and Planning for Littleton Public Schools, wants guests to be patient with the changes. “When you visit an LPS school this year, you will be asked to do some things differently when you check in. Remember, this is a work in progress, and the fully implemented system and procedures are designed to make sure we have a safe school environment while not impeding a school visit.” Once cleared, visitors will receive a name tag or badge that they are required to wear while on campus. School volunteers can register online and have a full background check completed before receiving a badge, which is valid for the school year. This new system also replaces the paper system previously used for tracking volunteer hours. “This adds another level of security for our kids, staff and parents,” said Michael Jones, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources. “We continue to make safety and security our number one priority. We know this will take some time to adjust to the change, so we appreciate everyone’s patience as we make the district-wide transition.”

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