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LHS student essay read at Colorado Legislature

LHS student essay read at Colorado Legislature

On April 7, the Colorado House and Senate heard an essay authored by Littleton High student Adam Butterman regarding his recent visit to concentration camps in Poland and Israel as part of Holocaust Remembrance Week in Colorado. Adam's essay was selected from many submissions.  

Washington Post lists Heritage as one of the most challenging high schools

Washington Post lists Heritage as one of the most challenging high schools

The Washington Post recently ranked Heritage High School as the 17th most challenging school in Colorado! Heritage also ranked 1,045 nationally. 

LPS Inspired Writing program featured by AASA

LPS Inspired Writing program featured by AASA

The LPS Inspired Writing initiative, which has helped increase district writing scores, has served as a model for other districts across the nation and even in other countries.  The School Superintendents Association (AASA) recently featured Inspired Writing in its online publication.  ...

LPS high school students earn awards in recent HOSA leadership competition

LPS high school students earn awards in recent HOSA leadership competition

Congrats to the 60 students from the Littleton Health Science Program who recently participated in the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) conference in Pueblo. LPS students received two first place, five second place, and two third place finishes, and had eight finalists! 

2013 Bond Program work underway

2013 Bond Program work underway

Thank you, LPS community, for passage of ballot measure 3B last November! Year One work is underway, and a master schedule for the next four years was approved by the Board in February.  Measure 3B allows LPS to raise $80 million in funds for school repairs without increasing the current tax ra...

LPS students compete in ACE Challenge

LPS students compete in ACE Challenge

LPS students attended ACE Challenge at the Community College of Aurora on Feb. 28. Littleton, Heritage, and Options Alternative high school students competed with students from Cherry Creek, Aurora, and Hope Online on such events as Interview, Application, Career Planning, and Personal Finance. ...

Recommended secondary math materials on display through May 1

Committees for the review and recommendation of math materials have selected materials for Board of Education consideration.  Materials will be on display at the Education Services Center through May 1.  An open house will be held from 4-5:30 p.m. April 23.  Click View More below for ...

LPS to host parent workshop on internet safety April 28

Back by popular demand…. Please join us for a parent workshop about keeping kids safe on the Internet scheduled for Monday, April 28, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Ames Facility. Click View More to register!

ETAC seeking membership for 14-15 school year

Interested in joining the LPS Educational Technology Advisory Committee? Click View More below to learn more and to access the online application.

Parent survey now available

The LPS Special Services Advisory Committee (SSAC) invites parents of students with disabilities to take a survey and provide valuable feedback by May 5, 2014. Thank you for helping us to better serve your children! Click View More below.

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