Announcements

  • Please complete your Annual Family Check-In

    The Annual Family Check-In is available on your Parent Portal account. The Annual Family Check-In asks you to: Review your contact information Reveiw the names & contact information for Emergency Contacts Update your student's health information Give permissions for your student (field trip, media, electronic communication, etc.) You will find the link on the lower left hand side beneath the tabs. Click here to log into your Parent Portal account.

  • Summer Reading Suggestions

    Is your child looking for summer reading suggestions? Look no further - click on the links below for each grade level list: 1st grade 2nd grade 3rd grade 4th grade 5th grade Tips for parents

  • 2017/2018 Supply List & School Fees

    2017-2018 SCHOOL FEES Click here to view school fee information. We offer two methods of payment - #1 - After July 10th you may pay online with a credit card through LPS's RevTrak system OR #2 - You may print this page and bring to Sneak-A-Peek with check or cash on Wednesday, August 16th from 4 p.m. - 6p.m. ** PLEASE NOTE THE ABOVE FEES DO NOT REFLECT PTO FEES, WHICH ARE PAID SEPARATELY. PTO FEE INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE IN EARLY AUGUST. ** 2017-2018 SUPPLY LISTS  Click on the links below to see grade level lists: Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade

  • Edible Garden Summer Care - we need your help!!

    The week you sign up for means you are responsible for caring for the garden - click here for the Sign-Up Genius!  You can come at least once during the week, even during the weekend if you want. ****IF YOU COME DURING THE WEEK, please check in at SACC, as the kids maybe on the playground, etc****    The garden has a sprinkler!    Garden Maintenance includes: Pulling weeds, staking tomato plants (they will grow fast), and harvest veggies to take home if you find things that are ripe during your week!  Squashes grow extremely fast, so if it looks good, take it home or give to a neighbor.  Weeds can be thrown on the pile located on the backside of the yard (closest to the garden box.)  Feel free to also pinch leaves/stems off the plants that are dead or diseased. The supplies for staking the tomatoes (velcro wrap or green tape) are in the garden tool box.  This is the main job as the plants will overflow into the pathways if not staked and pruned back on occasion.   Thank you in advance for your help.  Enjoy the garden and have fun watching your plant grow!  

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District Announcements

  • New Student Registration

    Littleton Public Schools offers many educational choices to resident and nonresident parents and students. State law allows non-resident parents to enroll their children in LPS or any other Colorado school without paying tuition when state and district guidelines are followed and space is available. Littleton Public Schools is the preferred choice for more than 3,000 students who live outside district boundaries. Register ​new students ​by completing an online pre-registration form and meeting with the LPS central registrar at the Education Services Center. Please bring proof of residency (for residents or acceptance letter from the school for nonresidents)​, child’s birth certificate, child’s immunization record, and individualized learning plans and transcripts, if applicable. Central registration is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Education Services Center, 5776 S. Crocker St., Littleton, CO 80120. Questions? Contact the registrar at 303.347.4360. School enrollment is completed by visiting your child’s school ​to obtain class assignments and other school​-specific​ information.

  • Recommended K-2 instructional resource for English language arts, Superkids, is on display at the ESC through June 22

    Learning Services is recommending the comprehensive program, Superkids by Zaner-Bloser to be adopted and implemented as the K - Grade 2 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. Superkids instructional resource will be on display in the foyer of the Board Room at the Education Services Center (5776 South Crocker Street, Littleton) from June 5th through June 22nd. A community information session to answer questions will be hosted in the foyer of the Board Room on June 15th from 3:00 - 5:00. The recommendation will be presented to the Board of Education for discussion on June 8.  

  • Free Summer Lunch for Kids & Teens

    Littleton Public Schools Summer Food Service Program Field Elementary School 5402 S Sherman Way Littleton, CO 80121 303-347-4483 June 5 – July 28 Serving lunch from 11:00 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Closed July 3rd and 4th The Summer Food Service Program provides FREE lunches for all children ages 1-18 during the long summer vacation. Adult lunch is offered for $3.85. Ride the complimentary Summer Lunch Bus to and from Field Elementary for lunch. The bus will make stops around the area including a stop at Moody Elementary. Summer Lunch Bus – Stops English – Free Summer Lunch Español – Almuerzos Gratis Durante el Verano

  • LPS Board of Education approves changes to 17-18 calendar; includes weekly, one-hour late start for Professional Learning Communities

    At its regularly scheduled meeting April 27, the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education approved changes to the 2017-2018 school-year calendar that provide a one-hour late start every Wednesday for teachers to meet in Professional Learning Communities (PLCs). The Board indicated early on that a decision to move to weekly PLCs would be made by the end of April in order to give staff and families time to plan. LPS and the Littleton Education Association (LEA) have reached a tentative agreement on this weekly PLC calendar. Pending LEA ratification, the entire negotiated agreement will come to the Board of Education for final approval on May 11. More information about 2017-2018 calendar changes Approved 2017-2018 calendar and new bell schedules

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Enrichment

Fun before & after school fee-based classes

SACC

Care for before and/or after school

Online resource for parents & students

PBIS

Positive Behavior Intervention Support

PTO

All families are members of our Parent Teacher Organization

CSSAC

Accountability Committee