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  • Classified Employees' Week 2020

    Classified Employees' Week is October 19–23, 2020! This is a week honoring and recognizing LPS' classified employees. They assist in providing safe and orderly facilities where students can learn and grow by performing daily cleaning and maintenance of school property, safely transporting students to and from school, preparing and serving nourishing meals, maintaining records and reports, assisting in classrooms and on school playgrounds, and performing a variety of other tasks on behalf of our children. Please help us to extend our appreciation to these valuable people for positively impacting students' lives on a daily basis!

  • Finding Your School for 2021–2022 and Open Enrollment

    The first open enrollment window is now open! The new boundaries and bus route locator tool is live! Enter your address into the new InfoFinder i tool and see your home school for this year as well as next year when new boundaries take effect. The new boundary maps on the LPS website have been updated with more detailed, high-resolution images. Boundaries & Bus Route Locator Tool: infofinder i

  • How do you #StrideforLPS?

    Stride YOUR Way! Choose either 5K, 10K, or Both:) Run, Walk, Hike, Bike, Swim, Tik Tok dance It doesn't matter Just find your groove and move!   Embrace Your Inner Stridester We say that it is a virtual event, but what does that really mean? It means you can participate VIRTUALLY anyway that best suits you and your squad. Choose your favorite way to move, just get some exercise and connect with others. It's that easy!   WHEN: Friday, October 23rd thru Sunday, October 25th   WHERE: Any Where You Are, Colorado or USA   HOW: Whatever moves you! Choose a 5K, 10K, or whatever!   INVESTMENT: $15 for kids 17 and younger, $24 for adults 18+   WHY: Get active with your family, stay connected, and DO GOOD for you and LPS students and schools   BONUS: The funds raised from this event will go directly to support mental health & wellness, educational resources/programs, crisis relief, and so much more! Because of you, last year LPSF provided over $400,000 to support students across the LPS district. NOTE: The programs we support are not covered by the LPS budget. That's why it's vital for us to raise additional financial support for our kids' education!   Support Your Favorite LPS School - Register HERE

  • TeleTown Hall - Oct. 7 at 6:30 p.m.

    TeleTown Hall: Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. LPS Superintendent Brian Ewert is taking his roadshow to the community at large! On October 7, we will reach out to community members via phone with an invitation to join our TeleTown Hall. Or your can live stream the event and presentation from your computer! You will have the opportunity to ask Mr. Ewert questions during this live event.  Topics will include: Budget concerns and the debt-free schools mill levy override How the school year is going New school boundaries Ongoing bond projects Click here to register a mobile phone number for the call. Click here to access the live stream of the event and participate from your computer.

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  • 2021-2022 LPS Open Enrollment Information

    LPS Open Enrollment Windows In an effort to better serve families LPS now offers two open enrollment windows. All qualified students who apply within an open enrollment window will be part of a random drawing for acceptance, following district enrollment guidelines.  This means families will have several weeks to turn in open enrollment applications for a random drawing of qualified students. Families will no longer feel pressured to line up on October 1st to turn in applications for open enrollment.  Open enrollment applications must be turned in to each requested school. Families are encouraged to apply during window one.  Enrollment for the 2021–2022 school year is as follows: Enrollment Window One begins October 1, 2020 and ends November 13, 2020. Students will be notified by the end of the first full week in December (December 11, 2020). Students who apply, and are not chosen in Open Enrollment Window One, will be placed on a waitlist.  Should space become available, a random drawing, based on LPS Open Enrollment Guidelines will occur.  Additionally, students who applied in Open Enrollment Window One, will be placed in the random drawing before students who applied during Open Enrollment Window Two.  Enrollment Window Two begins November 16, 2020 and ends the first Friday following winter break (January 8, 2021). Students will be notified by the second Friday of the second semester (January 15, 2021).   Because preschool and kindergarten registration does not take place until January, families will be notified of open enrollment acceptance by the end of January.  Open Enrollment Checklist Email open enrollment form with required documentation to the school. ** IMPORTANT: In Person form drop off will not be accepted for the 2021-2022 school year. Please keep in mind it is no longer a first come first served format.   FORMS for the 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR ARE AS FOLLOWS: **WILL BE AVAILABLE ON OCTOBER 1, 2020 2021-2022 In-District Open Enrollment 2021-2022 In -District Open Enrollment Spanish 2021-2022 Non-Resident Enrollment - English 2021-2022 Non-Resident Enrollment Spanish 2021-2022 Intent to Renew Enrollment English  2021-2022 Intent to Renew Enrollment Spanish   If you are new to LPS, once accepted by the school, you will register with the district central registrar. All students NEW to LPS must register by completing an online pre-registration form and meeting with the Central Registrar.  If you are an existing LPS student, you do not need to register with Central Registration.   Open Enrollment Reminders Open enrollment applications must be emailed directly to the school.  All open enrollment requests must be approved before students can be registered. Existing open enrolled students, resident and non-resident, wanting to continue at the same school next year must complete an "Intent to Renew" form. Intent to Renew is due no later than January 8th. This form is available on the district website starting October 1, 2020. Families are encouraged to complete and email the Intent to Renew form at the earliest possible date. Existing open enrolled elementary and middle school students who will be moving to a differnt school (5th-6th grade or 8th-9th grade transition) must complete a new open enrollment application. Parents are responsible for providing transportation for open enrolled students.  District transportation may be provided when space is available on established bus route. To see if bus transportation may be available, please visit the Bus Transportation page on the district website and complete an online “space availability” form. Keep in mind that space available transportation requests may not be processed until October.

  • A Message from Social, Emotional & Behavior

    Having Conversations About Sensitive Topics There are a lot of intense discussions happening around the world right now. Our kids are trying to figure out what they think about the pandemic, Black Lives Matter, protests, political elections and more. It is easy for anyone to get into a heated argument, and right now many of those are happening in the virtual world via social media and videos. It is more important than ever to remind ourselves and our kids how to be thoughtful about the way we talk with others. For tips, see this helpful guide on Promoting Civil Discourse. See the LPS website for more information on Talking about Tough Topics.   Opportunities for Youth to Get Involved: Youth Survey about Mental Health - Share Your Thoughts! The Behavioral Health Task Force was commissioned by Governor Jared Polis with the mission of evaluating and setting the roadmap to improve the current behavioral health system in the state. They are looking for feedback from youth about mental health  Adapting and Moving Forward - A Virtual Conversation for Youth Ages 14-20   July 18, 11-1pm Colorado Time (1-3pm EST) Join young people from around the country to discuss adapting strategies and moving forward during the COVID-19 pandemic and continued racial injustice. From life plans changing and lack of social interaction to nationwide protests and advocating for racial equality, we know that life is uncertain, scary, frustrating, and confusing. If you are between the ages of 14 and 20, we want you to be a part of this listening and learning session. We want to hear your voice; we want to hear your experiences; we want you to be represented! 2020 “Be the Change” Virtual Youth Training Program July 20-23, 2020 Each year, a group of rock star young people ages 14-18 connect with like-minded peers from around the country who are passionate leaders of change in their schools and communities. While this awesome experience typically happens in-person, we’re making the program virtual, as now more than ever, young people’s voices demand to be heard!

  • Keep Donating with King Soopers

    Are you ordering your groceries online or through Clicklist? Please make sure your King Soopers account is linked to Lenski!   Click here to ENROLL TODAY!! Under ‘Find an Organization” enter Lois Lenski or the NPO number RS659.This works whether you shop online, through the app, or in-store.   Linking your King Soopers card is an easy way to help earn money for Lenski all summer long!   THANK YOU to everyone who has signed up. Tell your family, friends, and neighbors!

  • Yearbooks Available to Purchase

    Yearbooks are still available for purchase through the TreeRing website! They will continue to be available through summer and next year! Order here.    If you have already purchased a yearbook and have selected your home address as the shipping address, then you can expect your yearbook to arrive at your designated shipping address around the last week of school or possibly sooner.    If you purchased yearbooks early on in the year (prior to the switch to online learning) and have not yet updated your shipping information, then your purchased yearbooks will be delivered to the school and we can not guarantee the yearbooks will be available to pick up from the school during the end of year pick up times as explained in earlier communications.  If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Caroline at lenskiyearbook@gmail.com. 

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