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.

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  • MESSAGE FROM SUPT. EWERT REGARDING NO SCHOOL FRIDAY APRIL 27

    Dear Littleton Public Schools Parents and Guardians: As you may be aware, teachers across Colorado are attending rallies at the Colorado State Capitol later this week to call for increased education funding.  Many districts in our area decided late last week to close school on either Thursday, April 26 or Friday, April 27. We have been monitoring teacher absentee requests carefully over the last few days.  As of today, teacher absences in LPS for this coming Friday, April 27, have increased significantly.  We will be unable to provide adequate substitute teacher supervision to ensure student safety and productive learning that day.  Therefore, Littleton Public Schools is cancelling all classes for Friday, April 27, 2018. (Charter schools will communicate with their parent communities individually.)  While no students will attend school, it remains a work day for all LPS employees, and any employee absence must be taken according to district policy. The LPS Board of Education and I have been working closely with legislators throughout this legislative session for solutions that restore education funding to our schools and ensure our students and our educators receive the supports they deserve. We sincerely appreciate the hard work our legislators are doing on our behalf. That being said, there is more work to be done to provide adequate funding for public schools in Colorado. All voices play a vital role in this effort. Please know the decision to cancel classes is never taken lightly. We recognize that this presents challenges and inconveniences for many of our families, and for this we apologize. If we have adequate numbers of staff available, elementary School Age Child Care programs will remain open all day on Friday, April 27. Students must be registered in the SACC program to attend, and parents must contact their school’s SACC program no later than the end of the day on Tuesday, April 24 to request  a full day of child care for Friday. SACC will notify parents no later than the end of the day on Wednesday, April 25 regarding their ability to provide child care on Friday, April 27th. Program participation will be at the full day rate. To clarify, if you had already signed up for childcare on Friday, April 27, given this change, you must still confirm your needs for childcare no later than the end of the day tomorrow. At this time, we expect all high school athletic competitions to take place on Friday, April 27 as scheduled. However, please look for news from your child’s school about any athletic/activity postponements or cancellations. Because we have not yet needed any snow days this year, we will not have to make up this school day later in the spring. Thank you for your understanding and support.   Sincerely, Brian Ewert Superintendent

  • April 11 - Cyber-Savvy Parent Workshop

    All LPS Parents are invited to a special workshop addressing the challenges of parenting in a world of ever-changing technology.   April 11th, 2018 at 6:30pm Ames Facility, 7300 South Clermont, Centennial, 80122 Mini-Workshop Topics: Screens, Sleep and Stress Cyber Parenting with Younger Kids (PreK-5th) Cyber Parenting with Adolescents (6th-12th) Student Panel Schedule: 6:30 – 6:45  Welcome and Overview 6:50 – 7:20  Session  1 7:25 – 7:55  Session  2 8:00 – 8:30  Session  3   Pre-Registration Required – Light Refreshments Provided. Click here to REGISTER NOW!    Funded through support from the Littleton Public Schools Foundation

  • Imagine The Possibilities…

    What does education need to look like in order for our kindergartners to be successful in 2030? What skills will the future workforce demand? How does a high-performing destination district such as LPS remain relevant, innovative and visionary? Join LPS Superintendent Brian Ewert for a conversation about the possibilities for the future: Securing necessary state and local funding to recover from a decade of state budget cuts Offering programming that prepares students for the rapidly changing expectations and demands of today’s colleges and the workforce Making wise investments in taxpayer facilities that will serve students and the community well for decades View the Schedule: LPS Future Vision Roadshow (This a fluid schedule - please check badk for changes/additions)

  • Call to Action: Please Contact Your Legislators for Increased K-12 Funding

    Dear Littleton Public Schools Community: I want to let you know of an important opportunity to make your voice heard at the Colorado Capitol.   An ad hoc coalition of school districts from across the state has come together to launch the Kids Matter Too Coalition. This statewide coalition of parents and educators is calling on lawmakers to ensure Colorado’s growth benefits families by increasing funding for schools. Colorado school districts are coping with a teacher shortage crisis, shrinking funds for special education and inadequate mental health services. Next week, the state budget projections will be released and many expect a surplus. Lawmakers will be making decisions about what to do with this additional funding, and Kids Matter Too Coalition members from every corner of the state are calling for additional funding to benefit students. Consider: Colorado currently ranks 42nd in the nation in per pupil funding and 50th in the nation in teacher salary competitiveness. Next year, Colorado public schools will need to fill 3,000 vacant positions. This will be difficult with such low teacher salaries. Funding additional mental health services is more than just a resource to help students succeed; it’s a student safety issue, as well. Years of budget cuts have decimated the ranks of school counselors and mental health professionals. Our students and families need more mental health support in our schools. Only Oklahoma and Arizona spend less than Colorado on services for students with special needs. The federal and state government together only cover about 30% of the costs of these expensive services, which leaves individual school districts responsible to cover the remaining 70% with the dwindling funding they have.   We often hear in the news about the strength of the state’s economy, but our schools are still reeling from drastic cuts during the recession. LPS alone has been shortchanged $101 million since 2008. Our students deserve better, and now the Legislature may be in a position to return some of this funding to its public schools. I urge you to contact your legislators in the next few days to tell them how important it is to increase funding for K-12 education in Colorado. Kids Matter Too provides valuable resources to help you connect with elected officials.   The 2018 Legislative Session is moving quickly, so please stay connected to these important issues: Visit the kidsmattertoo.org website Like Kids Matter Too on Facebook Follow @Kids_MatterToo on Twitter Help us secure critical funding for the students here in LPS and across Colorado. Your voice matters! Thank you for your continued partnership and support.   Sincerely, Brian Ewert Superintendent Littleton Public Schools

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Lenski Announcements

  • Does Your Student Have Enough in Lunch Acct?

    The school year is ending soon; does your student have enough money in their lunch account to last until the end of the year? Is there a negative balance that needs to be paid? As of April 27, 2018, students will not be permitted to charge into the negative on their accounts.  Please watch lunch account balances and pay off any past due amounts. If you are unsure of your balance, ask one of the kitchen staff, call LPS Nutrition Services at 303-347-3360 or check your account at MySchoolBucks.com

  • LPS Meal Prices 20158-2019

    It is the goal of the LPS Nutrition Services department to keep meal prices affordable to families within the district.  Due to increasing food costs, our meal prices will be changing for the 2018-2019 school year.  Prices will be as follows:  Breakfast Prices* Elementary: $1.85 Middle: $1.85 High: $2.05   Lunch Prices* Elementary: $2.95 Middle: $3.15 High: $3.25 Adult: $4.05 Milk: $0.75   *As a reminder, all students who qualify for reduced meal benefits will receive breakfast at no charge.  Additionally, PK-5th grade students who qualify for reduced meal benefits will also receive lunch at no charge.  More information regarding Free and Reduced Meal Benefits can be found at www.lpsnutrition.com or call 303-347-3355.

  • Lenski PTO Thanks YOU!

    Thank you to everyone that contributed to the success of Teacher Appreciation Week! A HUGE shout out and thank you to Margie Bradley and Sarah Browning for organizing a week filled with special treats for our wonderful teachers and staff! Also, thank you to all of the amazing room parents for helping to get the students and their families involved in the festivities! BINGO night was a big success, and we want to say THANK YOU to everyone that helped contribute to such a fun night for our Lenski community. Thank you to all the families that joined us.  Also, a HUGE thank you to Angie Lercara and Deb Kennedy for all of their hard work in organizing this amazing event! Also, thank you to all of the volunteers that donated items and helped to set-up the event and clean-up at the end. Lastly, thank you to all the wonderful Lenski teachers and staff for all of your hard work and support!

  • Edukit Now Available to Order for 2018-1019

    It's that time of year again!  Back to School Supplies for next year are ready to be ordered thru Edukit, our exclusive provider of tailored school supplies, by grade.  Order today and make your life easier.  All school supplies will be delivered in a box with your student's name on it directly to their classroom before the first day of school.  Edukit offers competitive pricing and a portion of sales are donated back to the PTO.   If you have any questions, please contact Megann Rundell at megannrundell@yahoo.com. Click HERE for the 2018-19 school supply lists

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