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  • SAT w/ Essay OPT-IN Registration Jan 16 - Feb 14

    All juniors will take either the SAT or the SAT with Essay on April 10, 2018. Both of these options are provided at no cost to the student. For students who want to take the SAT with Essay, CollegeBoard will open a registration window to OPT-IN for the essay portion from January 16th through February 14th. Parents or students must contact CollegeBoard to register for the essay by going online at https://account.collegeboard.org/login/login and accessing the student’s personal account, or by calling 866-917-9030, Option 2. After February 14th, students will no longer be able to add or remove the Essay test in their CollegeBoard account. For more information, please visit the district's ACT & SAT page.    

  • 5th Grade Parent Night - Jan. 16th

    Littleton Public Schools invites parents to attend its annual 5th Grade Parent Night. All parents of current 5th graders who are interested in learning more about the unique opportunities available in LPS middle schools are encouraged to attend. January 16, 2018 - 7 p.m. Heritage High School Theater 1401 W. Geddes Ave., Littleton CO 80120 The evening will focus on a conversation about what to expect from the LPS middle school experience. Principals Cindy Corlett (Euclid Middle School), Bryan Breuer (Goddard Middle School), James O’Tremba (Newton Middle School), Steve Wolf (Powell Middle School) and Ashley Broer (Options Middle School and Phoenix 6-8) will all be present, along with Director of Secondary Education Clay Abla. More Information

  • Accepting Applications: Early Access to Kindergarten & 1st Grade

    Online applications for Early Access to kindergarten or 1st grade for the 2018-19 school year are now being accepted. The deadline for applications is April 1st, 2018. No applications will be accepted after that date. Early Access Application

  • Recommended 3rd grade instructional resource for English language arts to be on display at ESC

    The recommended third grade instructional resource for English language arts, ReadyGEN, will be on display at the Education Services Center from December 14, 2017 through January 19, 2018. Learning Services is recommending the comprehensive program, ReadyGEN by Pearson to be adopted and implemented as the third grade instructional resource for English language arts. This resource will support and enhance the instruction of Colorado Academic Standards and the Littleton Public Schools Universal Literacy Framework. This recommendation comes at the conclusion of input from Elementary principals and a review and recommendation from the literacy resource task-force. ReadyGEN instructional resource will be on display in the foyer of the Board Room at the Education Services Center (5776 South Crocker Street, Littleton) from December 14th to January 19th. A community information session to answer questions will be hosted in the foyer of the Board Room on January 11th from 4:00-5:30. The recommendation will be presented to the Board of Education for discussion on December 14, 2017.  

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  • Kindergarten Information Night

    Please join us on January 17, 2018 from 6:00 to 7:00PM for information Kindergarten for students who will be incoming Fall 2018-2019. This is an evening that is designed to be parent only, but  if you have to bring your student, we always welcome kids!

  • Parenting with Love and Logic

    If you are interested in attending the FREE Parenting with Love and Logic Class at Hopkins in February, attached is additional information on the dates and times.    Click HERE for the Registration Form online.

  • How Sick Is Too Sick?

    Have you ever wondered if your student is too sick to come to school? Have you questioned if they are well enough to return? Please take a look at this reference provided by our LPS Nurse Consultants from Children's Hospital for How Sick Is Too Sick.

  • Cell Phone Policy

    LPS Student Code of Conduct   Cell Phones   One of the areas listed in the Student Code of Conduct handbook speaks to the use of cell phones. You may refer to these rules on our LPS website under Board Policy JICDA.  While we appreciate the importance of communication between a parent and child and the assurance a cell phone provides, especially to students walking to/from school, cell phones should be regarded as emergency phones.   If a child brings a cell phone to school, please understand that they bring it at their own risk for potential damage, loss or theft.  Also, the cell phone is to be kept in their backpack at all times only for use off school property.   Students have the ability to use school phones if the need arises, (and cell phones are not to be the means by which a student contacts a parent of others during the school day.) This policy also applies to school buses which are also considered school property during the transportation of students. The use of a cell phone to take pictures on school property is strictly forbidden.   Classroom teachers have reviewed with students our Student Code of Conduct rules regarding this issue.  Unfortunately, if any student does not follow the rules as set before them, we will take their cell phone to the office and place a call to you so that you can pick up their phone.   Thank you for helping us enforce this policy so that our students are better able to focus their attention fully on learning and learning opportunities while at Hopkins.

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