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  • CURO Award 2017 - Accepting Nominations

    The Littleton Public Schools Special Services Advisory Committee is pleased to announce the 5th Annual CURO Award. Curo is the Latin word which means "to care for or to pay attention to" and is a fitting word to use to honor individuals who make a difference in the lives of children with disabilities. This award recognizes the dedication and commitment of an individual to touch the life of an LPS student with disabilities. Any LPS community member, staff member or student is eligible to receive the award. Recipients of the award are nominated because through their devotion to a student with a disability, that student's life is better! Awards will be given and recipients and all nominees will be honored at a reception at The Falls Event Center (8199 Southpark Ct, Littleton, CO 80120) on May 2, 2017. To nominate someone, please complete and submit the nomination form by February 28, 2017. Each person or family may nominate only one individual for the award and you may not nominate a member of your own family. Recipients will be notified the first week of April. CURO Award Nomination Form

  • SAT with Essay OPT-IN Registration Jan 27 - Feb 12

    Beginning this spring, all juniors will take either the SAT or the SAT with Essay on April 11, 2017. 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 27th through February 12th. 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 12th, students will no longer be able to add or remove the Essay test in their CollegeBoard account. For more information, please click on the following link: http://littletonpublicschools.net/content/act-and-sat

  • Optimist Essay Contest

    The Optimist Club of Littleton is inviting students to participate in the 2016-17 Optimist Club Essay Contest, sponsored annually by Optimist International. This year’s essay contest subject is: Chasing Optimism in the Face of Challenges. Essays must be submitted by Monday, February 6th. Students interested in participating can reach out to their English/Language Arts teacher about how to enter, rules, prizes and additional information. 

  • K-12 District Art Show - Jan. 18 to Feb. 7

    Colorado Gallery of Art presents the Littleton Public Schools District Art Show, January 18 – February 7, 2017 at Arapahoe Community College. There will be a closing reception on Tuesday, February 7th from 5 - 7 p.m. Gallery Hours Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday, February 4: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Location 5900 South Santa Fe Drive Littleton, CO 80160 303-797-5649 For more information, please visit the ACC Gallery Website! Or call, 303-797-5649.

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Lenski Announcements

  • Link to Lenski Parent Teacher Conference Sign up

    This year, Lois Lenski will be using a program called PTCFast.com  to schedule all of our parent-teacher conferences. This system allows the parent/guardian to select the teacher(s) with whom he/she would like to conference with by registering an email address and selecting a desired conference time(s). Please see below for some frequently asked questions about this process.  Please click the link on the PTCFast  Lois Lenski Conference Home Page which will contain a list of Lois Lenski teachers. This link is available to use now for scheduling. 

  • PLCs and Flipping Start Times

    PLCs and Flipping Start Times:  An Emerging Idea for 2017-2018 Attend a Conversation with Superintendent Brian Ewert this Month    Mark your calendar to attend one of these parent meetings!  LPS Superintendent Brian Ewert will be sharing important information about the district's vision for improving student learning through Professional Learning Communities.  He will share emerging ideas of how to adjust instructional time to provide more opportunities for professional collaboration.  More information is available on the LPS website. Also covered will be a proposal on adjusting start times for 2017-2018 to have Elementary School start earlier and Middle Schools and High Schools start later. Superintendent Ewert would like to hear your thoughts!  Parents and community members are welcome to attend the meetings at ANY school.  His slideshow is attached here.  Here are the remaining meetings:   February 15, 5:45 p.m. Twain PTO Twain Elementary School   February 16, 3 p.m. Arapahoe SAC Arapahoe High School   February 21, 7 p.m. Franklin PTO Franklin Elementary School   February 22, 2:30 p.m. Littleton SAC/PTO Littleton High School   February 22, 6 p.m. Options Middle & High;  Redirection Day & Evening SAC/PTO Options at Whitman   February 27, 6:30 p.m. Wilder SAC/PTO Wilder Elementary School

  • Field Day - Save the Dates

    Field Day Save the Dates!   Field Day 2017 3rd-5th Grades: Mon. May 15th 1st-2nd Grades: Wed. May 17th   Rain Dates: Tue. May 16th Th. May 18th

  • LPS Medication at School Policy

    Parents, please remember that school staff may NOT administer any kind of medication to your child without written permission from you AND your doctor. This includes medications such as cough drops, Advil and Tylenol.  If you would like medication, either over the counter or prescription, available for your student to use at school please complete the form found here.   If children must receive medication during the school day, it must be given by a registered nurse or someone under the direction and supervision of the nurse.  The State Board of Nursing requires certain procedures be adhered to when a child must take medication at school, whether it is prescription or nonprescription medication. Elementary and middle level students may not carry and self-administer their own medications unless authorized in writing to do so by the physician, and their parents have submitted a written request to the school principal. The school nurse must concur that the child can safely self-administer his/her own medications. The school must have a signed parent permission statement that clearly states the name of the medication and the exact time it is to be administered at school. The school must also have a physician's signed statement, which matches instructions on the medicine container, and the signed parent permission statement. This requirement applies to both prescription and nonprescription medications. This statement should also include the purpose of the medication, the length of time it needs to be administered at school, and the possible side effects. Prescription medication must be in its original pharmacy labeled container, which clearly shows the name of the prescribing physician, the child's name, the name of the medication, the time it is to be administered, and the dosage. Nonprescription medications must also be in their original container. Parents are responsible for bringing the child's medication to the school. Dosages, which require a tablet or pill to be split, must be split by the pharmacist. School staff may not split tablets or pills. If the dosage requirement changes, a new permission form must be completed and the medication container label must match the new instructions.  

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