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  • Veterans Day

    LPS recognizes the importance of Veterans Day, by having our students, in school to participate and learn the day of Observance of our Veterans. All LPS Schools are open and IN SESSION, on Veterans Day and the official Observance of Veterans Day.

  • Alice at Wonderland

    Evening Performance, Thursday, November 15th @ 7:00 Day time performances, Friday, November 16th @ 9:40, 12:20 and 2:25

  • After School Activities/Late Bus

    Dear Goddard Parents and Guardians,  The change in start and end times has been a big transition for our families this year.  Even though we know that our new school hours are the best learning times for middle school students, we are running into a few bumps before and after school.    Please read below and take note:    If you drive your student to school, please drop them off between 8:30-8:45 AM.  We do not offer supervision for students prior to 8:30 AM.  Students should be entering the building when our bell rings at 8:45 AM, so that they have time to go to their locker and be in their classroom by 8:54 AM when the final bell rings. Our final bell rings at 3:50 PM...if you pick your student up after school is over, please arrange to be here no later than 4:00 PM.  We do not offer a SACC (School Age Child Care) program for middle school students.   Students are only allowed to stay after school if they are enrolled in a club or activity or a teacher has scheduled them for extra support after school.  They are not allowed to "hang out" until the 5:15 PMlate bus. Our after school activities wrap up at 5:00 PM and our late buses depart at 5:15 AM.   If you are picking up your student from an after school activity, please arrange to be here and waiting no later than 5:00 PM.  For walkers, please consider that it is now dark at 5:00 PM.   There is no adult supervision after the late buses depart at 5:15 PM. We appreciate the partnership with have with your family and need your support with these expectations.    Thank you, Bryan

  • Thanksgiving Break

    LPS recognizes the importance of family. There is NO SCHOOL November 19th-23rd. Enjoy your family!

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District Announcements

  • Dec. 1st: Littleton Public Schools District Chess Tournament

    Littleton Public Schools District Chess Tournament  Sponsored by LPS Gifted Education Department  Saturday, December 1st, 2018  Newton Middle School (entrance at East door)      Corner of Arapahoe Rd. and Colorado Blvd. 8:00 a.m. arrival and check-in 5 rounds Non-elimination tournament Levels K-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6-8 Awards at approximately 2:30 p.m. Bring your own chess set for practice between rounds Bring your own food and drink Registration Form  

  • Video: LPS Bond Measure 4A & Statewide Initiative Amendment 73

    Watch the Video: LPS Bond Measure 4A & Statewide Initiative Amendment 73 The LPS Bond Measure 4A is a property tax increase that will be decided by local voters. It will raise $298 million for capital projects, such as the construction of new schools, continued repair and upkeep of others, the renovation of the former Schomp Automotive property into a Career and Technical Education and Innovation Center, and new furniture in LPS schools. Statewide Initiative Amendment 73 is a statewide income tax affecting the top 8% of income earners in Colorado. It will raise $1.6 billion annually for K-12 education statewide, bringing Colorado closer to the national average in school funding. LPS' share of those funds is $23.1 million annually. Funds will be spent on recurring needs such as additional staff in schools to better meet the safety, academic and mental health needs of students; new programming and additional staff for the Career and Technical Education Center; and free full-day kindergarten districtwide. In LPS, both initiatives work together to provide funding that will address student needs. LPS taxpayers will have the opportunity to vote on both initiatives. For more information, please visit November Ballot: Local Bond 4A & State Funding Initiative Amendment 73 on the district website.

  • Attention, 8th Graders! You're Invited to Attend Freshman Showcase Nights!

    LPS high schools welcome the Class of 2023! Attend the upcoming showcase nights to learn more about the high school experience in each of LPS’ three top ranked high schools. Current 8th graders, interested high school students and families are invited to attend. Heritage High School Freshman Showcase Tuesday, November 6, 2018 6 p.m. – HHS Theater Littleton High School Lion Pride Preview & International Baccalaureate Program Information Wednesday, November 14, 2018 6:30 p.m. – LHS Theater Arapahoe High School Freshman Showcase Monday, December 3, 2018 6 p.m. – Sitting Eagle Gym Attendees will have the chance to learn more about: Comprehensive core academics and elective offerings College preparatory curriculum Advanced placement courses Concurrent enrollment STEM offerings International Baccalaureate Programme Performing Arts Athletics Activities LPS high schools have been featured in Newsweek’s “Top High Schools in America” and 5280’s “Top High Schools in Denver.” Eighty-six percent of LPS graduates plan to attend college or post-secondary education. The Class of 2018 earned more than $46 million in college scholarships. A consistently high number of graduating seniors earn National Merit, Boettcher, Presidential and military academy scholarships. All three high schools are highly competitive in athletics, STEM and the performing arts. All three high schools are currently accepting applications for out-of-district students. LPS Showcase Nights - Flyer

  • LPS: We Are Stronger - Community Event Oct. 29

    As part of Safe Schools Month, LPS will host a special event focusing on mental health, LPS: We Are Stronger, for parents and the LPS community on October 29th, 7:00-8:30pm at the Southside Fellowship Church, 6560 S. Broadway in Littleton. Sponsored by the Littleton Public Schools Foundation and the Littleton Adventist Hospital Foundation, event topics will include: What are the protective factors that get us through difficult times and help prevent stress, substance abuse and suicide? What can parents do to help their kids become strong, resilient and healthy? Hearing from LPS students about how they are spreading a message of hope, help and strength! Learn about the Littleton Sources of Strength program and how you can get involved. See the Event Flyer here. For more information or special accommodations, please contact Jon Widmier at jwidmier@lps.k12.co.us.

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