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  • HHS Grief Counseling

    Knowing what to say to your teenager is often difficult. Making yourself available for conversation or support is important. It would be helpful if you would take time this evening to have a family conversation with your son or daughter and provide explanations that fit with your values and beliefs. Expect that your student(s) may take quite a while to process grief and loss feelings. It is normal for a teen to bring up questions or concerns well after the fact and often when you least expect it. You can access additional mental health resources on the HHS Counseling website and the LPS Mental Health website.


    Two sessions will be offered with a maximum of 25 students in each session.  The first session will begin promptly at 8:30 am and the second session will begin promptly at 10:00 am.  Please click on  this link in order to sign up for a spot.  Please arrive no more than 5 minutes before you scheduled time to the HHS Pool entrance.  Wear your swimsuit, bring and towel and goggles.  Please email Chad Hanson if you have any questions.

  • Mr Eagle 2021

    Calling all senior boys! Do you dream of the applause of a crowd? Adoring fans? The glow of a spotlight? Leaving a legacy at Heritage before graduation? Helping animals? Nominate yourself to be Mr. Eagle 2021! Nominate forms (linked here) will be accepted through Saturday January 16!   

  • Schedule Corrections

    Due to Physical Distancing in the building schedule corrections can only be made for specific reasons and only if class size allows it.  Note: All students have a lunch period this year. It is embedded in their 5th or 6th hour class.  These are the reasons a change would be considered: Senior needs class for graduation requirements Student has been placed in wrong level of class Student fails to meet prerequisite of the class Student has been scheduled into two classes during the same period Student needs to meet minimum hour requirements You are limited to one change  request so please think this through carefully before submitting a schedule correction.  Counselors will contact you if they have any questions about your request. Continue to attend the classes on your schedule until you see the change appear in Infinite Campus.  Counselors are working hard to make sure all students have the classes they need. The link to make a schedule correction is on the front of the Heritage website under Announcements.    SCHEDULE CORRECTION FORM



District Announcements

  • Information Session for Those Interested in Running for the LPS BOE

    Littleton Public Schools to host information session for those interested in running for the LPS Board of Education Three seats will be open for the November 2021 election Are you interested in running for the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education? If so, attend this information session to learn more about what it’s like to be a school board member in Littleton Public Schools. Attendees will have an opportunity to: Learn from the Colorado Association of School Boards about the role of a school board member; Learn about the LPS Board of Education experience from current and former board members; Receive information about running for office (election timelines, filing, etc.); Ask questions of LPS staff and current Board members. Monday, May 10, 2021 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Boardroom, Education Services Center 5776 S. Crocker Street Littleton, CO 80120 All CDC protocols for masking and physical distancing will be followed.  Board members Jack Reutzel and Kelly Perez are finishing their second term on the Board and cannot run for a third due to term limits. Carrie Warren-Gully’s term is also ending. She resigned from the Board in December after being elected to the Arapahoe County Commission. Angela Christensen was appointed by the Board in early March to complete the remainder of Warren-Gully’s term.  Those interested in attending should RSVP to Janella Ferrie in the superintendent’s office, 303.347.3391. jferrie@lps.k12.co.us. 

  • Important Information About This Spring’s CMAS Tests

    As you may have seen in the local news recently, school districts continue to ask our state officials to suspend many state-mandated assessments scheduled for this spring in an effort to protect in-person instruction.  It’s important for our families and our community to understand that we do not believe the results of the assessments this spring will have much validity or any real reliability in this COVID learning environment. We also know that for these same reasons, many LPS parents will opt their children out of these assessments, further reducing the overall validity and reliability for any school rating or the district’s rating as a whole.  At the time of this letter, our state officials are contemplating asking for a waiver from the federal government on state assessments. Closer to home, the LPS Board of Education passed a resolution in support of suspending the above mentioned CMAS assessments for Spring of 2021 during its February 25, 2021 Board Meeting.  What this means for parents and students Unless a change is made at the state or national level in the coming weeks, schools will be required to administer CMAS tests. Therefore, LPS must move forward with plans to administer all CMAS tests as currently required by law. Families always have the ability to opt their children out of state assessments. Read More

  • LPS Visual Arts Show

    Our partners at Arapahoe Community College are hosting LPS artists in a virtual visual arts show! Take a virtual stroll through the amazing art created by our talented students. The show runs through December 31, 2021. Art by Liliana Mendoza, 1st Grade, Ink and Oil Pastels Centennial Academy of Fine Arts Education

  • Spring Break Meals

    Nutrition Services will be distributing meals on Friday, March 19 from 3:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m. at the Education Services Center’s northeast parking lot (5759 S. Windermere St., 80120 – You will see a sign that says “Education Services Center - Delivery Entrance” at the driveway to access this parking lot).  Meal bags will include 7 days’ worth of breakfasts and lunches, lots of fruits and vegetables, and a few tasty recipes! Please sign up using the forms below by March 5, 2021. More information is available at www.lpsnutrition.com. Spring Break Meal Sign-Up Registro de comidas durante las vacaciones de primavera (en español)  


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