How to Enroll

LPS Registration

All students new to LPS must register by completing an online pre-registration form and meeting with the Central Registrar at the Education Services Center (ESC) located at 5776 S. Crocker St. Littleton, CO 80120.  Student registration hours are from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M., Monday through Friday. (No appointment necessary.)

If you live in LPS
Open Enrollment

Next Steps After Registration
 

Parent Checklist

  • Complete the online pre-registration form
    In the online pre-registration, the parent will be asked to attest that they are the legal parent/guardian and have educational decision-making authority for the student(s) being registered.
    Print out the completed pre-registration form (pdf available to print after submittal) and bring it with you to the Central Registrar to complete the registration process.
  • Meet with the Central Registrar. Student registration is available Monday - Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.  No appointment is necessary.
  • Additional required documents for registration (see notes below; registration approval may be delayed until required documents are provided):
  1. Child’s birth certificate (a copy is acceptable)
  2. Child’s immunization record (a copy is acceptable)
  3. Proof of residency (required for in-district enrollment)
  4. Copy of Transcripts, Individual Education Program (IEP), 504 Plan, Advanced Learning Plan (ALP), if applicable
  5. Open enrollment acceptance letter (if applicable)
  6. Parent identification (driver’s license, state ID, etc.)
  7. Records Release Request Form (can be completed while meeting with the Central Registrar)

  1. Child’s birth certificate (a copy is acceptable)
    If you do not have your child’s birth certificate, please contact the previous school and request that it be sent to you; OR birth certificates can be obtained from the county health department or department of vital records.
    The person enrolling the student must be listed on the birth certificate unless there are guardianship or notarized power of attorney papers provided that give guardianship to the person registering the student.
     
  2. Child’s immunization record (a copy is acceptable)
    If you do not have your child’s immunization record, please contact the previous school or doctor’s office and request that it be sent to you.
     
  3. Proof of residency
    Proof of residency documents must be dated within the last 60 days. Documents must include the mailing address, service address, and name of the occupant at the address. A document showing proof of residency is required for any new student, even if other children in the household attend an LPS school.

    Accepted documents for proof of residency:

    1. Current utility bill (Xcel, water), cable, trash, landline phone, internet provider.  Please note that disconnect notices are not accepted.
    2. Current rental or lease agreement that includes the name of property owner, renter, address, date/duration of the agreement, signature page
    3. Deed or home purchase contract that includes buyer and seller’s names, address, closing date, and signature page
    4. Current mortgage statement that includes the name of the homeowner, property address, mailing address
       

    Examples of unacceptable documents for proof of residency:

    1. Cell phone bill
    2. Bank statements, loan statements, credit card bills
    3. Driver’s license
    4. Car registration
    5. Pay stubs
    6. Miscellaneous mail
       
  4. Transcripts, Individual Education Program (IEP), 504 Plan, Advanced Learning Plan (ALP), if applicable
    Please bring transcripts from the previous school with you. School staff must review transcripts in order to place the student in the appropriate classroom.
     
  5. Open enrollment acceptance letter (if applicable)
    Please bring the open enrollment acceptance letter with you when you meet with the central registrar to register your student.
     
  6. Parent identification (driver’s license, state ID, etc.)
    If person enrolling the student is not the legal guardian, appropriate guardianship or notarized power of attorney documents are required that show rights to complete student registration. If parents are legally separated or divorced, district assumes each parent has equal rights to the custody and educational decision-making authority of their children unless court orders are provided specifically showing one custodial parent.
     
  7. Records Request Form
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If you are interested in enrolling for the 2020-21 school year please contact the Lenski office at 303-347-4575  or email Nancy Seavall with questions or to arrange a tour. If you would prefer to attend one of our presecheduled tours please join us on one of the following Tuesdays:

9/26 - Experience Lenski Showcase 

12/3 - 9:15 - 10:15

12/11 - 12:15-1:15

12/17 - 9:15-10:15

1/7 - 12:15 - 1:15

1/14 - 9:15-10:15

1/13 - 6pm Experience Lenski Showcase

Open Enrollment for Grades 1-5

New LPS Open Enrollment Process Begins October 1st

LPS offers many educational choices to resident and non-resident families and welcomes out of district students.  Colorado state law allows non-residents to enroll students in any Colorado school without paying tuition when state and district guidelines are followed.  Resident families may attend their attendance-area school or apply for open enrollment at another LPS school.

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.

LPS Open Enrollment Guidelines

District residents have priority consideration over non-residents.

There is space available at the student’s grade level.

There is a school program appropriate for the enrolling student.

The student must be in good standing, grades, attendance and behavior, in his or her previous school.

Good standing applies to resident and non-resident students seeking new and continuing open enrollment.

Open enrolled students must reapply at level changes, elementary to middle and middle to high.

Open enrolled students wanting to continue at the same school next year must complete an "Intent to Renew" form. This must be done each year by January 10.

LPS Open Enrollment Windows

Enrollment Window One begins October 1 and ends November 15. Students will be notified by December 6. 

Enrollment Window Two begins November 16 and ends January 10th. Students will be notified by January 17.

Because preschool and kindergarten registration does not take place until January, families will be notified of open enrollment acceptance by the end of January. 

Parents are responsible for providing transportation for open enrolled students.  District transportation may be provided when space is available on an established bus route. To see if bus transportation may be available, please visit https://littletonpublicschools.net/bus-transportation 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.

For more information visit the district website: https://littletonpublicschools.net/open-enrollment.

Prospective Families