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  • Summer School Registration

    High School Credit Recovery Day, Evening and Online classroom options are available to accomplish semester credits to recover unsuccessful courses, or to advance those overachievers. English, Math, Social Studies, Physical Education, and more can be accomplished across multiple grade levels with varying schedules to meet any busy summer schedule. Please click here for registration form.

  • Schedule Updated for 4/11/19

    Please note the updated testing schedule for Thursday 4/11 and Friday 2/12:  Thursday April 11: All students will attend school and no CMAS 11 or PSAT 10 testing will occur on Thursday Buses will run their regular routes based on district schedules Heritage will implement a Friday schedule of classes (periods 1-7). This means that ALL students will have classes on Thursday, April 11, and they will attend their Friday class schedule. Heritage will follow all LPS district decisions regarding cancellations and/or delayed starts​ Friday, April 12: PSAT 10 and CMAS 11 testing will occur on Friday, April 12. Regular school hours will be followed (8:30-3:31) Buses will run their normal routes in the morning with a late bus route running four hours later for students who are not testing The following testing schedule will be followed on Friday: Juniors-CMAS Science / Sophomores-PSAT 10 Testing & Lunch         8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (Juniors and Sophomores only) Period 5 (Thursday)   12:35 - 1:30 p.m. (All Students) Period 6 (Thursday)   1:35 - 2:30 p.m. (All Students) Period 7 (Thursday)   2:35 - 3:31 p.m. (All Students)

  • April 2019 Testing Bell Schedules

    Here is the bell schedules for Aril 9, 10 and 11th.

  • No School Friday 03/15/19

    Due to a continuing power outage at Heritage High School from Wednesday’s winter storm, Heritage High School will NOT have school tomorrow, Friday, March 15, 2019.

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  • How to Talk to Your Children about the School Closing - April 17, 2019

    Dear LPS Parents, Please see the following resources from our Social, Emotional and Behavior Services office for tips on talking with your child about today's school closure.   We are continuing to monitor the situation and our staff will be prepared to support students when they return to school. Thank you,  Littleton Public Schools     How to Talk to Your Children about the School Closing April 17, 2019 Be honest about the situation, but don’t give more details than needed. Children need brief, simple information that should be balanced with reassurances that their school and homes are safe and that adults are there to protect them. A way to explain to younger children might be: “The police are looking for someone who needs help because they are worried she might hurt herself or someone else.” Let your children ask questions. Give space to let them talk and listen to their feelings. Don’t be surprised if your children don’t have a lot of questions or concerns - many times children will quickly return to their typical routines. Limit exposure to details and media coverage. Adults also should be mindful of the content of conversations they have with each other in front of children, even teenagers. Continued exposure to media can increase anxiety and fear for both  children and adults. Remind your children that there are many people working together to keep schools safe. When we return to school there will be opportunities for students to talk about school safety.  All schools have mental health professionals and they will be prepared to support students. For more detailed information on how to talk with your child, please see that attached document or visit NASP.com.

  • Cómo hablar con tus hijos sobre el cierre de la escuela de 17 abril 2019

    Estimados Padres de LPS, Por favor, vean los siguientes recursos de nuestro oficina de Servicios Sociales, Emocionales y de Comportamiento para ver las maneras de hablar con sus hijos del cierre de escuelas de hoy. Seguimos evaluando la situación y nuestro personal estarán preparados para apoyar a nuestros estudiantes cuando regresen a la escuela. Gracias, Las escuelas públicas de Littleton   Cómo hablar con tus hijos sobre el cierre de la escuela de 17 abril 2019 Sé honesto sobre la situación, pero no des más detalles de los necesarios. Los niños necesitan información breve y simple que se debe equilibrar con la garantía de que su escuela y sus hogares son seguros y que los adultos están allí para protegerlos. Una forma de explicar a los niños más pequeños podría ser: "La policía está buscando a una persona que necesita ayuda porque les preocupa que pueda lastimarse a sí misma o a alguien más". Deja que tus hijos te hagan preguntas. Dales espacio para que hablen y escucha sus sentimientos. No te sorprendas si tus hijos no tienen muchas preguntas o inquietudes, muchas veces los niños regresarán rápidamente a sus rutinas normales. Limite la exposición a los detalles y la cobertura de las noticias. Los adultos también deben tener en cuenta el contenido de sus conversaciones que tienen delante de los niños, y incluso los adolescentes. La exposición continua a los medios de comunicación puede aumentar la ansiedad y el miedo en adultos y niños. Recuerda a tus hijos que hay muchas personas que trabajan juntas para mantener la seguridad de las escuelas. Cuando regresemos a la escuela, habrá oportunidades para que los estudiantes hablen sobre la seguridad escolar. Todas las escuelas tienen profesionales de salud mental y ellos estarán preparados para apoyarles a los estudiantes. Haz clic en este enlace para obtener una guíamás detallada de la Asociación nacional de psicólogos escolares. Hablarles a los niños sobre violencia: consejos para padres y educadores - NASP  

  • ATTEND A COMMUNITY VISIONING SESSION

    We are excited the voters of Littleton Public Schools passed our local bond in November. Thank you for your support!  As you might remember, a portion of the bond dollars were to be directed toward new furniture for all schools, three new school buildings, and the creation of a CTE/Innovation Center. As we prepare to refresh some of the physical aspects of education, we also want to think about a fresh approach to learning in LPS and what our students need to be successful in this rapidly changing world. We want you to help us create the vision for the future of learning in Littleton Public Schools. Please see the invitation and register for a Community Visioning Session. Your voice matters! Brian Ewert, Superintendent Beth Best, Executive Director, LPS Foundation

  • ETAC Application 2019-2020

    If you are interested in technology and would like to contribute ideas to technology initiatives in LPS, please apply to ETAC (Educational Technology Advisory Committee) today!  ETAC Application 2019-2020 Ideas that have helped LPS become recognized as one of the most technologically advanced districts in America began with ETAC! For an explanation of the membership categories, please see the ETAC Membership page on the district website. The ETAC committee meets on the first Wednesday of each month for two hours (6:00 - 8:00 PM) to provide vital advice on district technology. You do not need to be a technology expert to join the ETAC...you just need an interest in what technology can do for student learning. If you have questions contact Gail Schillinger at 303-347-3350 *SPECIAL NOTE* This committee only meets 8 times throughout the school year. Members are asked not to miss more than 2 meetings.

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