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  • 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 visit the LPS Education Services Center (ESC). For questions, please contact 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.



  • Hopkins Online Book fair

    Hopkins is having an online book fair!  Let's get books in kids' hands for the summer!   The fair will run from today through the beginning of September.  Orders will ship to individual houses.  Shipping is FREE with a $25 order....AND Hopkins will earn 25% of all sales to buy books for the library!     https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/hopkinselementarysch1  

  • Bike to School Day - tomorrow!

    Our amazing PE teacher, Mrs. Caranna, put together a fun video to encourage all you Hopkins Hoppers to get out and participate in this year's Bike to School Day!  Enjoy!

  • Bike to School Day 2020 - From a Distance

    This year, we can’t gather together to celebrate Bike to School Day, but it’s still a great time to focus on safety, fun and community connection. We’re offering a week of ideas from May 4 to May 8 to help you do just that. Though not every idea will fit every neighborhood, we encourage you to pick among the options that make sense for your area and fit with local public health guidance. And, of course, if you can get outside for a walk or bike ride every day, great! Please help continue the strong sense of community that makes Bike to School Day so powerful by posting pictures on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and using the hashtag #BiketoSchoolDay.  Also - share your pictures with #lpsfromhome Monday, May 4 INSPIRE: Decorate your sidewalk, windows or bike with signs of encouragement to bike and walk for your neighbors. For motivation to get biking, older students and caregivers can check out this inspirational video from People for Bikes. Tuesday, May 5 PREPARE: Conduct a bike safety and helmet fit check. Do you have a bicycle? If so, have you done a basic safety check? Check the fit of your helmet and teach others in your family how to properly fit their helmets. Then, do the ABC Quick Check with help from the League of American Bicyclists. If you’re teaching a new bicyclist to ride, check out this instructional REI video for beginners. Wednesday, May 6 GET OUT THERE: Get out for a walk or ride with your family! Can you take a test ride to your school or around your neighborhood? Or take a walk to hunt for chalk art or signs created by others near you? Share a photo of your family or a location on your route with the tag #BiketoSchoolDay. Thursday, May 7 SHARE: Do you have safety concerns with walking or biking around your neighborhood? Learn more about who can help address those concerns using this list from PBIC and reach out. Friday, May 8 TALK: Hold a five-minute interview with family members about their experience walking or biking. Look into online resources and biking and walking activities encouraged by your state or community transportation departments and advocacy groups.   Spread the word by sharing this lineup and posts from our Facebook, Instagram or Twitter accounts with your community! Looking for more ideas to promote walking, biking and Safe Routes to School? Check out this database from the Safe Routes Partnership.

  • 4/27 No School

    Monday, April 27th is a non-student day.  Please enjoy your day off!  


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