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  • Final Exams Bell Schedule May 2019

    Please click here for the May 2019 Final Exams and Afternoon Bus Schedule

  • GRADUATION - May 25th 1:00 pm

    Saturday, May 25, 2019 Time 1:00pm Location: DU Ritchie Center                2240 Buchtel Blvd S                Denver, CO 80210

  • MAPS Testing Makeup Library

    MAP testing make-ups will be held in the Library this week Monday through Friday. For all those visiting the library, please be respectful of those testing, and keep your voices to a whisper.

  • Seniors - Thurs May 16

    Seniors… All Library materials including books, Yearly Chromebooks, Lenovo power cords are due back by Thursday, May 16th

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  • Graduation Ceremonies Information

    Remember, graduation ceremony venue has changed for all high schools!  Please see our web page for additional information. Ritchie Center for AHS, HHS, and LHS. Heritage High School Theater for Options High School.

  • An Update Regarding Today’s Secured Perimeter (5/7/19)

    Dear LPS Parents: I want to provide additional information related to today’s events in Highlands Ranch and the impact on LPS. At 2 p.m. today, we were alerted by local law enforcement there was a reported shooting at the STEM School in Highlands Ranch and the suspects had not been apprehended. All LPS schools were immediately put on Secured Perimeter, and the decision was made to not dismiss students until district security and local law enforcement determined it was safe to do so. As a reminder, when LPS schools are on a Secured Perimeter, students remain inside and no one enters or leaves the school. Our students remained safe at school and were not in harm’s way. LPS sent text messages within minutes regarding the Secured Perimeter to LPS parents who have opted in to text messaging through their Infinite Campus Parent Portal. We also posted this information on Facebook, Twitter and all school and district websites. At 3:09 p.m., we were notified by local law enforcement it was safe to dismiss school. Once we were allowed to release students, LPS sent a follow-up text regarding today’s dismissal procedures. We believed it was important to have elementary students who normally walk home be picked up by a parent. We appreciate parent support for the change in dismissal for elementary students who are walkers. Our middle and high school students were dismissed as normal. As was expected, given the late release of elementary schools, busses were running 45 to 60 minutes late. Parents, thank you for your patience, understanding and care. We also want to thank our partners in local law enforcement for their timely and appropriate action in our area, and we are thankful our students and staff knew exactly what to do in a Secured Perimeter situation.   We continued to work with our partners in law enforcement throughout the day and will do so in the coming days. Any time there is police activity in our area, we increase the presence of district security and local law enforcement throughout our district, in and around our schools and at activity/athletic events. We ask our parents and community members to continue to join us in our vigilance. Together, we keep our children safe. School staff, including mental health professionals, will be prepared to provide support for students. If your child needs individual support, please contact your school. You may find this resource helpful when talking to your child. As always, thank you to our administrators, teachers, school staff, transportation staff and security department for the guidance and support they give our students every day. I want to take this opportunity to again remind everyone that Safe2Tell is an important tool that anyone can use to anonymously report concerns to law enforcement and school officials. We also ask our students and parents to tell their school principal if they have concerns so that we can reach out to those who need support. As I mentioned earlier, we communicated with parents today via text message. If you did not receive these texts, please check the message preference settings in your Infinite Campus Parent Portal and make sure both “Emergency” and “Priority Notification” are selected to receive text messages on at least one cell phone. We continue to keep our friends and neighbors in the Highlands Ranch STEM School community in our thoughts. Thank you for your patience and cooperation today as we work together to keep our students safe.   Sincerely, Brian Ewert, Superintendent

  • LPS to Host Workshop for Those Interested in Running for the Board of Education

    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. Two seats will be open for the November 2019 election. The workshop is scheduled for: Wednesday, May 8, 2019 6:30 to 8 p.m. Boardroom, Education Services Center 5776 S. Crocker St. Littleton, CO 80120 Attendees will have an opportunity to: Learn 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. Board members Jim Stephens and Robert Reichardt are finishing their first, four-year term on the Board. Stephens’ family is relocating, and he will not be running for a second term. An RSVP is appreciated so that we may prepare materials for each attendee, but an RSVP is not required. Contact Mary Stevens in the superintendent’s office, 303.347.3391.

  • 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.

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