• Spring Break!!

    All LPS schools are on Spring Break for the week of Monday, March 27th through Friday, March 31st.

  • Scoop for a Scoop

    Enjoy some great vacation reading! Read a book you haven’t read yet during Spring Break and tell us about it. Click on the appropriate link below and answer the questions. (Parents are welcome to assist younger students in typing the answers to the questions on the form.) Forms must be submitted by Tuesday, April 4. Mrs. James and Mrs. Mosley will give each student who participates a ticket to come to the library after lunch on Friday, April 7 for a special ice cream treat. Please email Mrs. James or Mrs. Mosley if you have any questions. Scoop for a Scoop form - Grades Kindergarten - 2 Scoop for a Scoop form - Grades 3-5  

  • PTO Movie Night - Friday, April 7th

    Sandburg PTO invites you to Family Movie Night featuring MOANA! The movie is FREE and treats and concessions will be available for purchase. This is a Sandburg family event and all children MUST be accompanied by an adult. No drop-offs.  Due to limited space in the gym there are only 150 tickets available. Doors open 6:00 PM and the movie starts at 6:30 PM Sharp. Bring pillows and blankets for the gym floor. No outside food and chairs allowed. Kids can wear PJs.  RSVP HERE MOVIE NIGHT VOLUNTEERS AND DONATIONS NEEDED!  These events take volunteer power! Please visit the sign-up genius for volunteer opportunities and donation needs. Sign-up HERE. 

  • CMAS Information & Schedule

    Our teachers design their curriculum and lesson plans to meet the learning expectations outlined in the Colorado Academic Standards (CAS) which are the expectations for what students need to learn and be able to demonstrate at the end of each grade. These standards reflect the critical-thinking, problem solving, effective communication skills, as well as critical content students need to be truly  prepared for success after high school in the 21st century.  Good instruction based on standards and assessments of student learning cannot occur in isolation of one another; together they guide measurable student learning and achievement. Using quality next-generation assessments allows us to measure students’ knowledge of these expectations, monitor their growth towards learning goals, and ensure they are on-track to be college & career ready by the time students graduate.  Beginning April 3rd, students across Colorado will take the Colorado  Measures of Academic Success (CMAS).  In grades 3-5, students will take the English Language Arts and Mathematics assessments which measure student knowledge of these content standards.  In grade five, students will also be assessed in the science Colorado Academic Standards.   These statewide assessments are considered an assessment of all students and are a part of our school accreditation and federal requirements. Make-up tests will be needed for those absent; therefore, we request that you please try to avoid medical/dental and other appointments during testing times. For specific dates and times, please click this link to view the schedule or read the announcement on the school website at  Details about the CMAS assessment are available from the Colorado Department of Education website at  Please feel free to contact me with your questions.  Por favor, haga clic aquí para ver este correo electrónico en español.  Sincerely,  Jenn Sheldon  Principal


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District Announcements

  • LPS Day at the Capitol - April 6th

    Please join us for LPS Day at the Capitol on Thursday, April 6, 2017. Breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m. outside the Old Supreme Court Chamber, and we will convene to hear from our legislators and guest speakers at 8:00. Please go to the Day at the Capitol website to RSVP and view the parking map, breakfast menu, handouts, and more!  

  • March 31st Deadline - Early Access to Kindergarten & 1st Grade

    March 31st is the deadline for Early Access to Kindergarten and First Grade. No applications can be accepted after that date. Please submit the Early Access Application. If you have any questions please contact Alison Pukurdpol at 303-347-3397.

  • Nutrition Services Launches New Interactive Menu & App

    Nutrition Services has a new interactive menu and app! Hover your mouse over a food item to see a description, nutrient information and allergen information. Use the allergen filter and carb count button to help manage your child's diet. Download the free app for menus on the go! Check out LPS' Nutrislice!

  • 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 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:



Fun before & after school fee-based classes


Care for before and/or after school

Online resource for parents & students


Positive Behavior Intervention Support


All families are members of our Parent Teacher Organization


Accountability Committee