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  • Student immunization records or exemption required by November 1, 2019.

    Our schools are safer when we know the status of student immunizations. In accordance with state law, LIttleton Public Schools Student Support office and all schools are working hard in partnership with LPS parents to update student immunization records. Current and compliant immunization records or a current exemption must be on file with the school. Students without immunization records or an exemption will be excluded from school starting November 1, 2019. Please check our district website https://littletonpublicschools.net/immunizations for more information or contact your school's school nurse consultant or health assistant with questions or to update your child's records.

  • October is Safe Schools Month!

    October is Colorado Safe Schools Month! We encourage students, staff, parents and community members to support school safety and wellness. In addition to activities at individual schools, see below for district wide Safe Schools Month activities.   School Climate Survey - We need your feedback! During the month of October, your child's school will be sending a link to parents with a brief 15-20 minute anonymous survey to gather perceptions about the school environment. Students and staff take the survey at school. Please visit the School Climate Surveys page for more detailed information about the survey content including opt-out procedures.   GHOSTED - LPS & Kaiser Permanente present a performance and conversation about teen mental health October 15th - 6:00-8:30 pm To be “ghosted” is to feel rejected, ignored, alone, cut off from the outside. This special performance includes a professional stage play and interactive conversation to engage teens and parents about challenging situations involving mental health, stress, supporting friends, and coping skills that can strengthen resiliency. More Information - Ghosted Sources of Strength Community Training October 22nd - 7:00-8:30pm This event will provide and introduction to the Sources of Strength program by participating in the same training our youth leaders experience in their schools. Come hear from LPS students and staff about how they are using a positive peer-led model to counteract the challenges our youth face today such as anxiety, anger and depression. Space is limited; please RSVP to jwidmier@lps.k12.co.us if you are interested. Sources of Strength - Event Flyer SafeTALK Suicide Prevention Training November 1 - 8:00-11:00am SafeTALK prepares participants to identify people with thoughts of suicide and connect them with life-saving first aid resources. This is a great opportunity for parents, coaches, or other community members who want to know how to help a potentially suicidal person. The workshop is open to any adult or youth 16 years or older and held at the LPS administrative building. To register please email Debbie Honeker at dhoneker@lps.k12.co.us. Offline October – Unplug and Start Living Created by a group of LPS students, this nationally recognized campaign asks youth (and their parents) to take a break from social media for the month of October and spend time connecting in person. Visit www.offlineoctober.com for more information. International Walk to School Day October 2nd, 2019  Promote health and community-building by walking to school together! LPS Poetry Slam Competition & Workshops All LPS high school students are invited to participate in our 9th Annual district-wide Poetry Slam event focused on healthy self-expression. The Poetry Slam Competition will be held Tuesday, November 19, 2018 at 7:00 pm at Powell Middle School. LPS Poetry Slam - Event Flyer First Aid/CPR/AED Trainings Sponsored by the LPS Security Department, the trainings are open to all LPS Parents, Community Members, and youth above the age of 11. The two-year certification cost is $26.00. Participants must make payment arrangements prior to attending the course. Various dates are available. The class is held in the evenings and multiple sessions are offered throughout the year. For more information and to enroll in a course, email Dara Van Kampen at dvankampen@lps.k12.co.us.  Immunizations Our schools are safer when we know the status of student immunizations. LIttleton Public Schools Student Support office working hard in partnership with LPS parents to update student immunization records. Current and compliant immunization records or a current exemption must be on file with the school before November 1, 2019. Please check the Immunizations page on the LPS website for more information or contact your school's school nurse consultant or health assistant. Additional Safety Resources for Parents: How to Report Concerns - LPS Website Mental Health Programs and Resources – LPS Website Common Sense Media - Helping Families Make Smart Choices About Media and Technology Parent & Teen Resources from the National Institute on Drug Abuse Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters: What Parents Can Do 10 Things Parents Can Do To Help Prevent Violence in Schools

  • You're Invited! Ghosted - Oct. 15, 2019

    GHOSTED  October 15, 2019 - 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Hosted by LPS & Kaiser Permanente GHOSTED is a professional stage play and conversation about the realities, relationships and resilience of today’s teens. GHOSTED Event Flyer (English) GHOSTED (Español) Themes will include: How to be a good friend to someone who's struggling How parents can help School and community resources Pre-registration NOT required. Just come! Designed for parents and students ages 12+. GHOSTED: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Attend a Board Candidate Forum

    Littleton Public Schools is hosting two Board of Education candidate forums so that members of the community can get to know the candidates running for the LPS Board of Education: Monday, September 30, 2019 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Littleton High School Forum classroom 199 E. Littleton Blvd. Littleton, CO 80120 Wednesday, October 2, 2019 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Arapahoe High School Forum classroom 2201 E. Dry Creek Road Centennial, CO 80122 The candidate forums provide an opportunity for community members to learn about and ask questions of the four candidates running for election this November for two at-large positions on the LPS school board. All community members are invited to attend. Crysti Copp, Lindley McCrary, Robert Reichardt, and Jessica Roe are running for the two open positions. Board members Jim Stephens and Robert Reichardt are finishing their first, four-year terms on the Board. Stephens’ family is relocating and he is not running for a second term. The candidate forums will be moderated by the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties.



  • Franklin Writing Contest

    Sharpen your pencils and get ready for this year’s Creative Writing Challenge!  Themes for 2019 Challenge are MYTHICAL CREATURES, IF I COULD GO BACK IN TIME, AND ZOMBIE STORIES – but students may write on any subject they choose. The contest will start Wednesday October 16th, and entries are due by Wednesday November 6th. The purpose of this contest is to recognize and promote creative writing in both fiction and poetry. There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place cash prizes for grades 3rd – 5th in fiction and poetry, while Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd graders will all receive recognition awards. The winners will be recognized at the Book Fair, so check out the link to the rules and entry form here

  • School Climate Survey

    An Opportunity to Share Your Voice-School Climate Survey In our ongoing effort to promote a safe and healthy culture in Littleton Public Schools by sharing their voices. We greatly value your feedback and continue to utilize your insights to shape the future of  Franklin Elementary School.  We are also eager to welcome new parent voices to this year’s CSCI. Please click here or visit http://tiny.cc/c3tydz to complete your survey. Melanie Kloos is our school-based survey coordinator and will be available to answer any of your questions mkloos@lps.k12.co.us.

  • LPS Run for the Stride

    We're doing it again, for the 24th time! Please join us for a fun family event to support our wonderful LPS schools.   The Stride is a community event that brings together students, parents, teachers, staff and neighborhoods. The focus is on health, wellness, community and school spirit. Our goal is to promote a healthy and active lifestyle along with building partnerships and support for Littleton Public Schools... oh yeah, and raising needed funds for all LPS schools! The Stride 5K, 10K, Kids Fun Run & Wellness Expo Sunday, October 27, 2019 Littleton Museum 6028 S. Gallup St. Littleton, CO 80120 Please consider running or walking the Littleton Stride together with our Franklin community on October 27th to benefit the LPS Foundation.   Register Here    

  • Social & Emotional Learning Competencies

    Beginning this school year, the “Skills & Behavior” section of the Elementary Student Report card will be updated to integrate the five nationally recognized Social and Emotional Learning Competencies. This framework was developed by the Collaborative for Academic and Social Emotional Learning (CASEL) and confirmed by research to have a major positive impact on both academic and behavioral success.  In LPS, we view social emotional skills as a critical part of preparing students for life. All LPS schools provide Social and Emotional Learning through programs like Second Step, Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, In Focus, and other activities.   If you have questions about Social and Emotional Learning here at Franklin Elementary, please contact Leslie Dominick @ 303-347-4500 3 min video explaining social and emotional Learning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikehX9o1JbI


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