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  • Aerospace Speaker Series - February 9, 2024

      EPIC Campus welcomes Lisa Akers, Chief Engineer Lockheed Martin Orion Program, and Varun Venkat, Electrical Engineer, to the EPIC Campus Great Hall on Friday, February 9 from 4:00–5:00 p.m. for the next installment of the Aerospace Speaker Series. Lisa and Varun will speak about NASA’s most ambitious pursuit yet: the Artemis Program, which will seek to take humans farther than ever before in exploring space. NASA’s Artemis Program will take humanity to the moon and prepare us for the next giant leap: the exploration of Mars.   You’re invited to learn about the Artemis Program from engineers working on The Orion Spacecraft that will carry astronauts from Earth to lunar orbit and back! Join Chief Engineer, Lisa Akers, and Electrical Engineer, Varun Venkat, as they share stories about their work on Orion and their career journeys in Aerospace.  

  • EPIC Campus Aerospace Speaker Series

    EPIC Campus welcomes Mark Yoss, Lockheed Martin Endowed Director of MSU Denver's Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Institute, to the EPIC Campus Great Hall on Friday, January 19, 2024 from 4:00–5:00 p.m. for the next installment in our Aerospace Speaker Series. Mark will speak about the future of manufacturing and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which uses cutting-edge science and innovative technology--including 3D printing, augmented reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, and robotics--to improve manufacturing production processes. Learn how Industry 4.0 will help us get “to the moon, Mars and beyond.”

  • Advisory Night, Fall 2023

      On Monday, September 18, the EPIC Campus hosted the LPS Career and Technical Education Advisory Committee Night. An advisory committee is required for every approved career and technical education (CTE) program in Colorado, and in LPS we recognize the partnership with industry partners and post-secondary education partners as invaluable to the success of our programs, and ultimately our students. Thank you to all of our educators and partners for this amazing collaboration on behalf of our students!  View pictures from the event.    



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District Announcements

  • Curo Award Recommendation Form is Live!

    The Littleton Public Schools Special Services Advisory Committee (SSAC) is pleased to announce the 12th Annual Curo Celebration. Curo is the Latin word for "to care for" or "to pay attention to," and is a fitting word to use to honor individuals who make a difference in the lives of children with disabilities.   This award recognizes the dedication and commitment of individuals who impact the life of an LPS student with special needs. Any LPS community member, staff member, or student is eligible to receive the recognition. We will celebrate the contributions of all who are recognized. The Special Services Advisory Committee will review all of the submissions and will select approximately five for additional recognition at the celebration. All of our honorees will be celebrated at a reception at the EPIC Campus on April 23, 2024 at 6:30 p.m. To recognize someone, please fill out the form no later than March 8, 2024 Para nominar a alguien, por favor complete el siguiente formulario a más tardar el 8 de marzo de 2024

  • 5th Grade Parent Night Rescheduled for Jan. 30, 2024

    Fifth Grade Parent Night has been rescheduled to January 30, 2024 Middle school in LPS is an opportunity for students to grow academically, emotionally, developmentally and socially. It is a time for students to try new things, explore new interests and broaden their world as 21st Century learners. Parents of current fifth graders, as well as parents of current middle schoolers who want to learn more about LPS’s middle school offerings, are invited to attend Fifth Grade Parent Night on Tuesday, January 30, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. at Littleton High School. There is no need to RSVP to this parents-only event. Come hear a presentation from LPS’s middle school principals and ask your questions!    

  • You're Invited to Hour of Code!

    You’re invited to help Littleton Public Schools celebrate Computer Science and STEAM learning by attending our annual Hour of Code event. It’s open to the entire LPS community, and we hope you and your family will join in on the fun! The Hour of Code event is an opportunity for exploration and discovery with computer science and will offer age-appropriate activities for students from kindergarten through high school.   Come experience the new EPIC Campus while learning all about coding and STEAM! EPIC Campus has partnered with generous local companies who have provided great prizes to give away at the end of the event. We hope to see you there! Who: All LPS families What: Hour of Code When: Monday, January, 29, 2024 Time: 4:30–6:30 p.m. (doors open at 4:25 p.m.) Where: EPIC Campus, 190 E. Littleton Blvd, Littleton, 80121 Register for Hour of Code Registration is FREE and includes an opportunity to win prizes as well as a free cookie for those who complete the challenge of visiting all the stations. Advanced registration helps us plan the event, but registration will also be available at the door. This year’s event includes: Hour of Code programming lab Cardboard Challenge Coding Mice/Codapillar Cue Robots Drones Keva Planks Makey Makeys Micro:bits with Neopixels Ozobots Spheros VR Headsets Virtual Welders Equipment Simulators 3D Printing Pens Computer Science Student Showcases For more information, email Nick Schuster at nschuster@lps.k12.co.us  


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