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  • 8th Grade Continuation Video

    Congratulations to all of our 8th graders who are Continueing on to High School! We are proud of you and we will miss you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sl1fGjRp0Jk&feature=youtu.be

  • Student Checkout Schedule, May 20th & 21st

    Checkout Dates* Wednesday, May 20th - 9am-Noon: 8th Grade ONLY 9:00-10:00 - Last Name A-I 10:00-11:00 - Last Name J-R 11:00-12:00 - Last Name S-Z Wednesday, May 20th - Noon-3pm: 7th Grade ONLY 12:00-1:00 - Last Name A-I 1:00-2:00 - Last Name J-R 2:00-3:00 - Last Name S-Z Thursday, May 21st - 9am-Noon: 6th Grade ONLY 9:00-10:00 - Last Name A-I 10:00-11:00 - Last Name J-R 11:00-12:00 - Last Name S-Z *More safety guidelines from Tri-County Health will be communicated out this week.  Parents will not be allowed in the school.  If you absolutely cannot make your assigned time or if you have two students in two different grades, please join the group that makes the most sense.  Unfortunately, this is not a time for kids to socialize with friends. **If you do not have anything to pick up or drop off, PLEASE DO NOT COME TO SCHOOL. Please stay tuned for more detailed communication regarding checkout throughout this week.  Thank you for your support and partnership...it means the world to us.

  • Online Learning Begins April 1st

    Dear Goddard Families, I hope you are staying healthy and positive.  Your students are going to take off with Distance Learning very quickly.  Teachers are available everyday from 9am-12pm on Google Hangouts directly through Google Classroom to support and reinforce learning, so mornings are the ideal time for students to check in on their classes.  That said, we wanted to provide you with some simple ways you can help reinforce structure and learning at home each day. Below are the 5 steps you can to take on Wednesday, April 1st (ODD DAY) to help your student get started with Distance Learning: Step 1 - Your student should check their Gmail account daily.  They should read any emails completely and respond as needed. Step 2 - Your student should go to their ELO teacher's Google Classroom page and check-in for attendance between 8:30am-3pm (each day). Step 3 - Your student should go to their 2nd Elective teacher's Google Classroom to see what learning is taking place and what they need to do to participate in it and/or complete it.   Step 4 - Your student should go to their Language Arts teacher's Google Classroom to see what learning is taking place and what they need to do to participate in it and/or complete it. Step 5 - Your student should go to their Social Studies teacher's Google Classroom to see what learning is taking place and what they need to do to participate in it and/or complete it.   These steps will repeat on Thursday, April 2nd (EVEN DAY), except your student will have their 1st Elective, Math and Science classes.  Then we just rotate.  Student's have access to these Google Classrooms all day, so they can choose what the best time is to complete their work prior to the deadline.  Remember that teachers will be available via Google Classroom/Hangouts every morning from 9am-12pm, so if students need any support that is the ideal time to be engaged in learning.   We hope this helps you get launched successfully.  Your student's teachers will be there to help them all along the way.    Thank you for your patience and grace through this huge change and for always being an incredible community to serve. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1r2-n1bdqU6OR1Iy56yDNKih7rC_mF4yKvqgvMv1VpQ8/edit Bryan Bryan Breuer, Principal Estimadas Familias de Goddard,  Espero que se estén manteniendo sanos y positivos.  Sus estudiantes van a empezar con el aprendizaje a distancia muy rápidamente.  Los profesores están disponibles todos los días de 9am a 12pm en Google Hangouts directamente a través de Google Classroom para apoyar y reforzar el aprendizaje, por lo que las mañanas son el momento ideal para que los estudiantes se conecten a sus clases.  Dicho esto, queríamos ofrecerle algunas formas sencillas de ayudar a reforzar la estructura y el aprendizaje en casa cada día. A continuación se presentan los 5 pasos que puede tomar el miércoles 1 de abril (DÍA de clases IMPARES) para ayudar a su estudiante a comenzar con el aprendizaje a distancia: Paso 1 - El alumno debe revisar su cuenta de Gmail diariamente.  Deberían leer cualquier correo electrónico completamente y responder cuando sea necesario. Paso 2 - Su estudiante debe ir a la página de su profesor de ELO en Google Classroom y reportar su asistencia entre 8:30am-3pm ( todos los días). Paso 3 - Su estudiante debería ir al Google classroom de su profesor de su segunda clase electiva para ver lo que están aprendiendo y que necesitan hacer para participar y/o completar la lección.    Paso 4 - Su estudiante debería ir al Google classroom de su profesor de Literatura para ver lo que están aprendiendo y que necesitan hacer para participar y/o completar la lección.  Paso 5 - Su estudiante debería ir al Google classroom de su profesor de Ciencias Sociales para ver lo que están aprendiendo y que necesitan hacer para participar y/o completar la lección.   Estos pasos se repetirán el jueves 2 de abril (DÍA de clases PARES), excepto que su estudiante tendrá su primera clase electiva, matemáticas y ciencias.  Entonces sólo se rotaran los horarios entre clases PARES e IMPARES.  Los estudiantes tienen acceso a estas Aulas de Google todo el día, así que pueden elegir el mejor momento para completar su trabajo antes de la fecha de entrega.  Recuerden que los profesores estarán disponibles a través de Google Classroom/Hangouts todas las mañanas de 9am a 12pm, por lo que si los estudiantes necesitan algún tipo de apoyo es el momento ideal para dedicarse al aprendizaje.   Esperamos que esto le ayude a lanzarse con éxito.  Los maestros de sus estudiantes estarán allí para ayudarlos en todo el proceso.    Gracias por su paciencia y gracia a través de este gran cambio y por ser siempre una increíble comunidad a la que servir. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RGV2O-9ct1X8DGKfJgES7iqNVZ44TmrCW8KxJeQ51Ik/edit?ts=5e828270 Cordialmente, Bryan Breuer, Director  

  • Video

    Welcome to online learning! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FxuqFBlt22KtV4xgRyJcA8xaWWARvpTr/view


District Announcements

  • New to LPS? Register Online!

    Littleton Public Schools is currently accepting and processing new student registrations online for the 2020-2021 school year in an effort to maintain safe social distancing practices. Please visit the How To Enroll page of the LPS website for details and information on registering your child. If you do not have computer access or need assistance completing the online pre-registration application, please contact the district registrar, 303 347-4360; districtregistrar@lps.k12.co.us. How To Enroll  

  • Free Breakfast & Lunch! Summer Feeding Schedule Begins May 27

    Updated route begins May 27 - Let's Eat! Free breakfast and lunch for all kids 18 & under Meals must be consumed off-site Two days worth of meals will be distributed on Monday, Wednesday, Friday Please Note: In observance of Memorial Day, meals will not be served Monday, May 25. Bus Route 1 Powers Park 10:18 AM-10:28 AM Highland Elementary 10:37 AM-10:47 AM Franklin Elementary 10:50 AM-11:00 AM Peabody Elementary 11:41 AM-11:51 AM Lenski Elementary 11:58 AM-12:08 PM Bus Route 2 Twain Elementary 10:26 AM-10:36 AM Sandburg Elementary 10:41 AM-10:51 AM Ames Park 10:58 AM-11:08 AM Arapaho Park 12:20 PM-12:30 PM Homestead Farm II Pool 12:40 PM-12:50 PM Bus Route 3 Sterne Park 10:23 AM-10:33 AM Euclid Middle School 10:39 AM-10:49 AM Heritage High School 10:56 AM-11:06 AM Writers Vista Park 11:57 AM-12:07 PM Powell Middle 12:14 PM-12:24 PM Bus Route 4 Field Elementary 9:56 AM- 10:16 AM Wilder Elementary 10:34 AM-10:44 AM Goddard Middle School 10:50 AM-11:00 AM Centennial Elementary 11:03 AM-11:13 AM Geneva Park 12:03 PM-12:13 PM Denver Seminary 12:20 PM-12:30 PM Aspen Grove Shopping Center 12:35 PM-12:45 PM School Sites Littleton High School 11:45 AM- 12:45 PM East Elementary 10:30 AM- 1:00 PM   Schedule in Spanish

  • The LPSF Spirit Celebration is Happening this Week! Get Involved!

    The Spirit Celebration is happening May 9- 16! Get Involved! You may be asking, what is the Spirit Celebration and why should I support it? Two great questions that we’d love to answer!   Each LPS school has a Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) that raises funds for their particular school for unique needs the principal has identified. Those funds are used solely for the benefit of that school community, students and teachers. The Littleton Public Schools Foundation (LPSF) is a separate nonprofit entity from the school district that raises needed funds to support all LPS schools and students. School budgets, even in a great district like ours, have funding gaps. The LPSF helps fill those gaps through community engagement, such as the Spirit Celebration. We amplify resources to fund innovative programs, extraordinary educational experiences and provide support for students’ well-being that will prepare them for a lifetime of success. In addition, during this challenging time, the LPSF is providing additional funding to support emerging and essential needs like food assistance, connectivity and distance learning support, as well as mental health resources. Now more than ever, we need to come together and support our most valuable and cherished assets…our children and their future! The Spirit Celebration is a way for our entire community, regardless of school affiliation, to collectively rally to raise funds that will supplement district resources and programs, empower teachers to pursue their best ideas and give all students the best opportunity to thrive! Please join us for our online Spirit Week May 9th - 16th and our virtual event on May 16th. It will be worth it, we promise! For more details please visit SpiritDinner.com!

  • Census 2020

    Census 2020: Everyone Counts! Why Is It Important? School Funding! Responses to the 2020 Census determine how billions of dollars in federal funding are allocated to hospitals, fire departments, schools, roads and other resources. Representation & Districting! Census results also determine the number of seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives, and they are used to draw congressional and state legislative districts. It's in the Constitution! Article 1, Section 2, mandates that the country conduct a count of its population once every 10 years. The 2020 Census will mark the 24th time that the country has counted its population since 1790.


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