Thank you Littleton Public Schools voters! Through your support of a $298M bond, LPS can begin to strategically replace the district’s aging facilities in a way that also addresses transportation and school size challenges. This will also allow LPS to renovate a recently purchased property to create a new Career and Technical Education and Innovation Center for the district, as well as maintain district facilities according to need, including charter schools, by addressing the backlog of projects that are not considered critical health and safety priorities but are still important as the district continues to prolong the life of aging facilities and address accessibility issues until the district can replace them in decades to come. This $298M bond will also be used to replace old, outdated student desks and classroom furniture in every school with new furnishings that will facilitate modern instruction while accommodating students with a variety of needs.
“LPS created a forward-thinking, visionary roadmap for the future that resonated with our community. We need to start rebuilding the district’s capital infrastructure, and our taxpayers have agreed that the time is now. This bond has something for everyone; every LPS student will benefit. I cannot stress enough the dramatic impact of Bond Issue 4A passing. It will literally change the face of LPS for decades to come.” - Brian Ewert, Superintendent
Example of new furniture in a classroom at Centennial
Members of the LPS Board of Education “took a few swings” to help demolish the Ames Facility on June 13, 2019 to officially commemorate the beginning of the 2018 Bond Program. “This is a big day for LPS, Littleton and Centennial. This groundbreaking symbolizes the beginning of decades of continuous improvements in the infrastructure of LPS,” said LPS Board of Education President Jack Reutzel.