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Announcements

  • LHS Hosting Two Blood Drives - 02/01 & 02/28

    Students, staff, and community members: There is a critical need for blood nation-wide.  To help address this need, Littleton High School will be hosting two blood drives this semester on February 1st and February 28th!  The blood drive will be open to students sixteen and older, as well as parents and staff, and will take place in the LHS Forum from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.  If you are interested in receiving more information or signing up, please contact social worker, Josh Hahn.  You can also visit Vitalant (formerly Bonfils Blood Center) to find out more information on blood donation and the impact on patients in need.

  • 9th Grade Registration - 02/07

    Save the date!  9th Grade Registration is Thursday, February 7th, at 6:00 pm.  Get information about Academics, Athletics, Activities, and parent volunteer opportunities.  The evening will start in the Theater.  Incoming students and parents will then go to their assigned rooms to complete the registration process.  Click here to view the course guide.

  • College Information Night - 01/29

    Parents of Juniors and Sophomores, you are invited to attend College Information Night with your student on Tuesday, January 29th, to get a jump-start on the college search and application process. The evening begins at 6:00 pm in the Theatre, and then moves to break-out sessions for advice on building a college list, financial aid, college entrance exams, and more. Hope to see you there!  (This event is geared mostly toward juniors and sophomores, but all are welcome to attend!)

  • Need a Carpool?

    At the start of this school year, Littleton High School teamed up with Way to Go to offer Schoolpool, a district-approved, safe carpool matching service.  This program will connect neighboring families who may be a good fit for Schoolpool, who can then drive, walk, or bike to school together.  We hope it meets your needs!  This is a first for us and the district, so we welcome your feedback.  Please email Principal's Secretary Jennifer Kelley at jlkelley@lps.k12.co.us. If you are interested in signing up, please click here for our school-specific registration link.  You can only register through this link.

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District Announcements

  • Government Shutdown: Eligibility for free or reduced price meals

    If your family is affected by the government shutdown, you may be eligible for free or reduced price meals. Follow this link to apply today. https://www.myschoolapps.com/Application During a temporary lay-off or federal furlough without pay, families can apply for free or reduced price school meal benefits using current income information. Even temporary reductions in income can qualify a family for benefits. Applications must include all other household income and be completed according to requirements. Families have the option to request their meal benefits be terminated at any time. For questions, contact Debbie Smith Email: dcsmith@lps.k12.co.us Phone: 303-347-3360

  • Kindergarten Registration - January 28 & 29

    Kindergarten registration will be held at each elementary school on January 28 and 29, 2019. You can register your kindergartner by completing an online pre-registration form and visiting your local school. HOW DO I REGISTER MY CHILD FOR KINDERGARTEN? Step One: Students New to LPS — Visit www.littletonpublicschools.net/kindergarten to preregister your kindergartner online any time before January 28th. Existing LPS Families — Contact your kindergartner’s school to set up an account for your kindergartner in your existing Family Portal account in Infinite Campus any time before January 28th. Step Two: Attend an upcoming Kindergarten Information Session at your elementary school before January 28th. Check the district website or your school’s website for dates and times. Step Three: Attend the Kindergarten Registration Event at your elementary school in January. After February 1st, Kindergarten Registration will take place at the Education Services Center, 5776 S. Crocker St., Littleton, CO 80120. What do I need to bring with me? When you register your child at either your school or the Education Services Center, please bring the following items for your child: A printed copy of your online pre-registration, which you completed and printed at home Birth certificate Immunization records Proof of residency (house contract, deed, utility bill or lease agreement) Emergency contact information Parent Identification, i.e. driver’s license Do I have to live in the Littleton Public Schools district or in the neighborhood of my school of choice? No. LPS welcomes out-of-district students and we work with families to accommodate in-district optional enrollment whenever possible. Contact the LPS elementary school of your choice and ask about open enrollment and/or in-district optional enrollment opportunities. For more information: Visit the Preschool & Kindergarten page Download our Kindergarten Brochure  Attend an Information Night

  • You're Invited: 5th Grade Parent Night 2019

    Littleton Public Schools invites parents to attend its annual 5th Grade Parent Night! Heritage High School Theater 1401 W. Geddes Ave., Littleton CO 80120 January 22, 2019 – 7 p.m. All parents of current 5th graders who are interested in learning more about the unique opportunities available in LPS middle schools are encouraged to attend. Littleton Public Schools has four middle schools: Euclid, Goddard, Newton and Powell. While each has its own personality, all four offer the guaranteed, rigorous LPS middle school curriculum. Balanced between STEM and Liberal Arts, students are exposed to a wide variety of academic disciplines. A top-rated education is important, but a sense of community and belonging is paramount. Students and families in LPS support one another in and out of the classroom, creating a place that everyone can call home. The evening will focus on a conversation about what to expect from the LPS middle school experience. Principals Cindy Corlett (Euclid Middle School), Bryan Breuer (Goddard Middle School), James O’Tremba (Newton Middle School), Steve Wolf (Powell Middle School) and Ashley Broer (Options Middle School and Phoenix 6-8) will all be present, along with Director of Secondary Education Clay Abla. Topics include LPS common middle school curriculum, transition activities and the importance of communications. Parents will learn about the strong academic programs offered, including STEM, and the variety of electives, athletics and performing arts available. The evening will also address questions specific to out-of-district families and parents of students who need special services. “Accredited with Distinction” for 8 years in a row by the Colorado Department of Education, Littleton Public Schools is among the Denver Metro Area’s highest rated districts. So whether you live in the district or are coming to LPS from another district, you can be certain that you are getting the very best. This is a parent-only event. Students will have an opportunity to visit middle schools in the spring. For more information, call 303.347.3334 or visit the Middle & High School Choices page on the district website. We look forward to seeing you there! 5th Grade Parent Night 2019 - Flyer

  • Early Access to Kindergarten and 1st Grade

    Online applications for Early Access to kindergarten or 1st grade for the 2019-20 school year are now being accepted. The deadline for applications is April 1st, 2019. No applications will be accepted after that date.  Early Access Application 

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Early High School, a unique, public, one-year, full-day program for accelerated eighth graders on the campus of Littleton High School.

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