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  • Let's Eat! Free Breakfast & Lunch at 22 Bus Stops, East and Field

    Free breakfast and lunch for all kids 18 & under from LPS Nutrition Services Children must be present Meals must be consumer off-site March 30th - April 17th Two days worth of meals will be distributed on Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 22 bus stops, Field Elementary and East Elementary. 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 11:42 AM - 11:52 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 Heritage Green Swim & Tennis 12:39 PM - 12:49 PM Homestead Farm II Pool 12:54 PM - 1:04 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 Wilder Elementary 10:31 AM - 10:41 AM Goddard Middle School 10:48 AM - 10:58 AM Centennial Elementary 11:00 AM - 11:10 AM Geneva Park 12:01 PM - 12:11 PM Denver Seminary 12:17 PM - 12:27 PM Aspen Grove Shopping Center 12:33 PM -12:43 PM School Sites – 10:30 AM - 1 PM East Elementary Field Elementary Desayuno y almuerzo gratis para todos los niños hasta de 18 años de LPS Nutrition Services Paradas de autobuses y lugares en las escuelas los niños deben estar presentes Las comidas deben consumirse fuere del sitio 30 de marzo al 17 de abril Dos días de comidas se distribuirán los lunes, miércoles y viernes en 22 paradas de autobús, Field Elementary y East Elementary. Ruta del Autobús 1 Powers Park 10:18 AM - 10:28 AM Primaria Highland 10:37 AM - 10:47 AM Primaria Franklin 10:50 AM - 11:00 AM Primaria Peabody 11:42 AM - 11:52 AM Primaria Lenski 11:58 AM - 12:08 PM Ruta del Autobús 2 Primaria Twain 10:26 AM - 10:36 AM Primaria Sandburg 10:41 AM - 10:51 AM Ames Park 10:58 AM - 11:08 AM Arapaho Park 12:20 PM - 12:30 PM Heritage Green Alberca y Tenis 12:39 PM - 12:49 PM Homestead Farm II Alberca 12:54 PM - 1:04 PM Ruta del Autobús 3 Sterne Park 10:23 AM - 10:33 AM Secundaria Euclid 10:39 AM - 10:49 AM Preparatoria Heritage 10:56 AM - 11:06 AM Writers Vista Park 11:57 AM - 12:07 PM Secundaria Powell 12:14 PM - 12:24 PM Ruta del Autobús 4 Primaria Wilder 10:31 AM - 10:41 AM Secundaria Goddard 10:48 AM - 10:58 AM Primaria Centennial 11:00 AM - 11:10 AM Geneva Park 12:01 PM - 12:11 PM Denver Seminario 12:17 PM - 12:27 PM Aspen Grove Shopping Center 12:33 PM - 12:43 PM En las Escuelas – 10:30AM - 1PM Primaria East Primaria Field

  • Applications for Early Access Gifted Students Postponed

    Early Access applications are being postponed until such time as we have more information regarding the current health situation. If you have submitted an online application we have it in our electronic files.  If you have your portfolio ready to turn in please hold on to it. Thank you for your support. (Original Announcement below...) Online applications (aplicación en español) for Early Access for Gifted Students to Kindergarten or First grade for the 2020-21 school year are now being accepted. The deadline for applications is April 1st, 2020. No applications will be accepted after that date. Students applying for Kindergarten or First grade who meet the October 1st birthday cutoff need not apply for Early Access.

  • LPSF Spirit Celebration Postponed

    A message from Littleton Public Schools Foundation to the community We are committed to our community! The Littleton Public Schools Foundation is deeply committed to supporting students, staff and families within Littleton Public Schools and the health and wellbeing of our community is of utmost importance to us. As our school district, community, state, country and those around the world respond to COVID-19 by making difficult decisions, we too must make difficult decisions. With the closure of Littleton Public Schools through March 29th and the fact that Governor Polis has called for all community events to be cancelled, we have decided to postpone our annual fundraising event, the Spirit Celebration, which was scheduled for April 18th. We are dedicated to helping protect our most vulnerable community members and do our part in mitigating the spread of the coronavirus. We know you join us in this effort. As a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting LPS students through their educational journey as well as funding important social, emotional, and mental wellness programs to help them navigate life and prepare them for their future, we feel it is critical that we continue our work in partnering with businesses and community members to provide needed funding that helps our youth. We are diligently working with our venue partners at CU South Denver Campus on possible dates to host the event in the coming months. Thank you for your understanding, patience and partnership. Please take care of yourself and your loved ones during this stressful and unpredictable time. All LPSF upcoming events are postponed until further notice

  • Suspension of LPS Activities and CHSAA Athletics (Coronavirus)

    Dear LPS Parents and Guardians: More and more events and large group gatherings across the nation are being limited in an attempt to slow the spread of Coronavirus. In addition, Governor Polis and various state agencies such as the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) are making similar decisions today regarding Coronavirus that affect LPS. As you know, this situation is fluid and changes rapidly. As we react to these decisions as well as directives from various health agencies, we remain focused on our students, our staff, our families and our wider community. We will continue to do what we can and what we are instructed to do to keep those most vulnerable in our community safe. As of today: Elementary Schools: All after school activities, clubs, enrichment and evening performances are being suspended immediately and will not take place today. Students who were planning to participate in clubs and activities after school today will be supervised until parents can pick them up. All out of school field trips and community outings will be suspended beginning March 13 through April 5.  Schools will communicate individually regarding the ability to reschedule these events.   School Age Child Care (SACC) remains open for regular hours.   Middle Schools: All after school activities, athletics and events will not be held today after school and will be suspended beginning after school today, March 12 through April 5. No activity buses (late run buses) will be run during this time.   All out of school field trips and community outings will be suspended beginning March 13 through April 5. Schools will communicate individually regarding the ability to reschedule these events.   High Schools: CHSAA sponsored athletic events and practices in LPS will be suspended beginning at midnight tonight through April 5th. CHSAA has suspended all CHSAA sports practices and competitions beginning March 13 through April 5.  All other high school sponsored activities and events are being suspended beginning after school today through April 5. All out of school field trips and community outings will be suspended beginning March 13 through April 5. Schools will communicate individually regarding the ability to reschedule these events.   LPS Facility Rentals: All facility rentals from outside groups will be canceled beginning March 13 through April 5. Existing permits will be modified, so users are not charged for this cancellation.    Thank you for your ongoing patience. We will keep you informed as the rapidly evolving situation develops, up to and including any school closures.   Sincerely, Brian Ewert Superintendent

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Lenski Announcements

  • Lenski PTO Bingo Night

      March 12, 2020 Because we want all of our families to feel safe and comfortable at our school’s events, we have decided to postpone our annual Bingo night in response to recent coronavirus developments. We are currently planning to reschedule this event for Friday, April 10 at 5:30. We sincerely hope this date works for everyone who was planning to attend.   If you are already registered and would like to join us on April 10, no worries at all! We will move your payments, forms and drawing entries for the new date.   If you already registered and CANNOT attend on April 10, there are two options available:   Because this is one of our biggest annual fundraisers, you can consider making your payment a donation. Please let us know at lenskibingo@gmail.com.    You may also request a refund by contacting Sara Bechtold at lenskibingo@gmail.com or 720-448-4409 to discuss the best way to return your checks and/or cash.   If you have not yet registered, please hold off for now. We will send out a reminder and link to the forms as the April 10 date approaches.   Thank you all for your flexibility and support of Lois Lenski! Family Bingo Night is Friday March 13th! Doors open at 5:30   Lenski PTO invites you to the 2020 BINGO NIGHT! Please join us on Friday, March 13th starting at 5:30 pm for a fun-filled night of bingo games with cash prizes, exciting drawings, pizza & concessions and overall merriment with friends and family!! If you didn't see the flier in your kid's backpack, please download it HERE. We HIGHLY encourage you to pre-pay for the bingo cards, pizza, and drawing prizes as the lines get long on Bingo Night.      PTO has several Volunteer and Donation opportunities available for you to contribute easily to this fun event. Please    Please Sign Up to donate concession items and / or help on March 13th.   If you did not receive a packet in your child's folder or it has been misplaced you can download it here. Please note, all Bingo funds must be paid in a separate check or cash. Drawing entries and Pizza can be purchased with a second check or you can sign up and pay electronically using this link: Jotform for Drawings and Pizza. We have several volunteer and donation slots available for parents to contribute easily for this fun event. Please click here to see how you can contribute! Every volunteer time and donation helps make the event great!   Family Bingo Night is coming up!    Please RSVP with payment by Wednesday, March 11th (use paper form and check for Bingo and this Jotform for Drawings and Pizza). This will save you a lot of time & a little money on Bingo Night!   If you have any questions, contact LenskiBingo@gmail.com or you can reach Sara Bechtold 720-448-4409. 5:30 – 6:00 pm     Pick-up pre-paid packets or walk-in admission and enjoy a few slices of pizza and other concessions 6:00 – 8:00 pm     Series of 5 bingo games with total payout of $700.00.  Drawings for exciting prizes between bingo games.  See next page for description of drawings and indicate the number of tickets per drawing package!! This annual event is very popular, so we HIGHLY ENCOURAGE you to purchase bingo sheets and tickets for food and the drawings in advance.  This helps us to plan how many people we need to accommodate. If you get your order in by Wednesday, March 11th, then you will benefit from having your tickets pre-populated and not waiting in line or writing out your tickets yourself!  What a time-saver! And it will save you some $ too!!    If you have any questions, contact LenskiBingo@gmail.com or you can reach Sara Bechtold 720-448-4409.  

  • Lenski 2020 CMAS Testing Schedule

    Beginning on March 30th, student across Colorado will take the Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS). In grades 3-5, student will take the English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics assessments which measure student knowledge of these content standards. In 5th grade, students will also be assess in the science standards. Make-up tests will be necessary for those absent; therefore, we request that you please try to avoid medical/dental and other appointments during testing times. Details about the CMAS assessment are available from the Colorado Department of Education website. Please feel free to contact Dr. DeSpain with your questions. 303-347-4575.

  • Ben Cort Event, March 9, 2020

    You’re invited to a Parent/Student Workshop featuring author of the book Weed, Inc. and national speaker, Ben Cort.   Interested in learning about what the THC lobby has promised with legalization of marijuana and what has actually occurred in our state?  Want to learn about their marketing campaign and how they are targeting teens? Want to be armed with the facts when your teen debates with you about using THC?    Join us for a very informative and unique parent/student workshop on Monday, March 9th, from 7pm - 8:30pm at Heritage High School.  Appropriate for students 12 and older. There is no fee to attend. Click here for more details   Come with your teen to hear Ben Cort, an author and expert on the industry, discuss the truths and lies in the THC debate.   This workshop is being sponsored by our Legacy Funds for Mental Health and hosted by the LPS Foundation and the LPS Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Support department.  

  • 5th Grade Selling Session Postponed

    Dear Families,     With concern for keeping everyone healthy, the school has decided it is in the best interest of all concerned to postpone Selling Session at this time.  We hope to reschedule it later in the spring as we continue to monitor CDC and WHO recommendations in regards to many people gathering in confined spaces.  We may move the location to an outdoor setting as we consider a later date. Please keep in mind, an outdoor location would eliminate student access to electrical outlets during Selling Session.  We will keep you informed as the situation develops so that you have ample time to prepare.                                       The Fifth Grade Team  

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