In a setting reminiscent of student athletes signing letters of intent, Noah Dorman and seven LHS seniors were highlighted as they made their post-graduate technical and trade school selections at Littleton High School’s Trade and Tech Signing Day on May 8. Celebrating the variety of post-secondary educational and career pathways that are available to LPS students, Noah was surrounded by administrators, families and friends as they gathered in the Littleton High School lobby.
Jack Reutzel, LPS Board President, saw the event as an opportunity to showcase different opportunities waiting for students after graduation. “We are proud of the work that they’ve done, and we are anxious to see what they do in the community and with their lives. Littleton High School has done a great job in preparing them to enter the workforce and we couldn’t be more proud of them.”
Dorman and his family were joined by (back row, L-R) Clay Abla, LPS Director of Secondary Education; Connie Martin, Business and ACE teacher; David Decker, Business and Marketing teacher; Mimi Leonard, LPS Career and Tech Education Coordinator; Jack Reutzel, LPS Board of Education President; and Amy Oaks, LHS Principal. Front row: Noah's mom Sarah; his sister Emily; Noah; and Noah’s dad Derrick. Noah will be attending ACC for their Automotive Technology Associate Degree program.