Nearly 20% of children will experience challenges with mental health before the age of 18. It is important for all of us to support and encourage students and families to get help when times are hard.
LPS schools utilize a variety of programs to support mental health, safety and positive school climate. Thanks to the support of the Littleton Public Schools Foundation, we have been able to expand our programming and develop creative interventions.
We encourage students, parents, staff and community members to promote a culture of hope, help and strength and to get help for anyone who is in crisis.
On December 10, 2018, LPS hosted a special conversation to discuss mental health, safety and security in the district.
The following video is a series of excerpts focusing on a message of hope and healing as we move forward together.
The following video is a series of excerpts focusing on changes in school culture that center on relationships and community care.
The following video is a series of excerpts focusing on the Sources of Strength and PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) programs in LPS.