Header: Employment Process

image: elementary girl playing hopscotch in school hallwayLittleton Public Schools is a community of leaders and learners. Our school district is a progressive and academically recognized school district that focuses on student achievement and invests in its employees. We offer a number of programs designed to help you develop skills and further understand your job duties and responsibilities. LPS represents a great opportunity for educators to grow and develop professionally. Our students will test your skills and our community will welcome you. Your compensation and benefits packages will be competitive with other districts in the metropolitan area. Come join the LPS team! We're a district "big enough to serve you and small enough to know you!"

Salary Schedules/LPS-LEA Collective Bargaining Agreement

Following a successful interview and reference checks, a supervisor may request in writing that a conditional offer of employment be given to the candidate. This request form is forwarded to the Employment Technician in the human resources office at the Education Services Center, along with the necessary Automated Employee Action (AEA) form.

All classified employees will be required to have fingerprinting done prior to beginning work. Fingerprinting costs are $39.50, which will be deducted from the employee's first paycheck. Substitutes, Coaches and Champion employees are required to pay for fingerprinting at the time of hire.

Some classified positions require a physical. An appointment for the physical will be set up by the Employment Technician and paid for by the school district, providing the employee remains employed 90 days or more.

As required by the Department of Homeland Security for the I-9 Verification, employees must present one (1) document from List A OR a combination of documents, one (1) from List B and one (1) from List C (Lists A, B and C).  In addition a social security card is required for payroll and PERA documentation.

A new employee in an introductory or regular position for 20 hours or more per week (0.5 FTE licensed ) is eligible for District benefits.