• Heritage Theatre Presents "Rumors" Oct 27-29

    "Rumors," the classic farce by Neil Simon, will be on stage at the Heritage Theatre October 27-29. See this hilarious show about an anniversary party that goes terribly wrong and the people who just can't stop making it worse. For advance tickets, please visit: OR purchase tickets at the door! $7 for students, senior citizens and military; $10 for general public.

  • Sign up for The Stride!

    We could win $1000 for our school!  Join your fellow students and staff in either a 5K or 10K race through the beautiful streets of Littleton.  We have been challenged to win the School Compentition, and currently, Heritage is BEHIND!  We need to have as many participands as possible join the Heritage team to win the $1000 prize! Go to and register today -- and mention you are supporting Heritage!

  • Team 52 Wins Creativity Award at Ten80 STEM Experience

    42 Heritage students attended Ten80 STEM Experience on Wednesday, October 12, joining 17 schools and 600 other students at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.  Team 52 from Heritage consisting of: Cole Gentile, Chase Hansen, Clint Hemphill, Chayse Jimenez, Gary Luoma and Kelly Peterson won the Creativity Award for Innovative Challenge Video Pitch.  Congratulations Team 52! 

  • Halloween Costume Guidelines

    Since Halloween falls on a school day this year, students wishing to participate will be allowed to wear costumes to school. Heritage High School has set forth guidelines for Halloween. If a student does come to school dressed inappropriately they will be asked to either remove or cover what is inappropriate. If a school remedy is not possible, a parent will be asked to pick up his/her child. Exception: bringing a facsimile weapon will result in suspension and/or expulsion from school. We hope the students enjoy the day, but it is still an instructional day and academics will not be compromised by those who desire to celebrate the day. *For safety reasons, masks or makeup should not cover the student’s face in a manner that makes the student unrecognizable. *No hard plastic toy or facsimile guns/ weapons (swords, play knives, etc.) are allowed. *Costumes that are overly graphic,promote violence or otherwise might logically be assumed to be offensive to others are not acceptable. *Costumes that are sexually suggestive and would otherwise violate the school’s dress code are not appropriate. *Costumes should not include items with sound effects, lights or other components which would disrupt the classroom learning environment. *Due to recent concerns surrounding potential threats and inappropriate events nationwide, clown costumes will not be permitted at HHS. *Regarding costumes that may not be clearly addressed by these guidelines, students should be instructed to have the costume pre-approved by an administrator prior to wearing to school.



District Announcements

  • 8th graders invited to attend upcoming Freshman Showcase Events!

    Heritage: Nov. 1, 6 p.m., HHS Theater Littleton: Nov. 3, 6:30 p.m., LHS Theater Arapahoe: Nov. 14, 6 p.m., AHS Gym Learn more!​

  • Register for The Stride - October 30th

    Register now for The Stride! The Stride is a 5K, 10K and Kids Fun Run even that focuses on bringing together Littleton Public Schools and the local community to promote health and wellness, as well as encourage school spirit. In its 21st year, The Stride is a fun and unique event benefiting the Littleton Public Schools Foundation. Event Date: Sunday, October 30, 2016 Location: Littleton Museum 6028 S. Gallup Street Littleton, CO 80120 Schedule of Events: 7:00 am -             Race Day Registration 8:00 am -            10k Run/Walk 8:30 am -             5k Run/Walk 9:30 am -             Kids Fun Run 10:00 am  -         Awards For more information about registration and volunteer opportunities, visit the LPSF Website!

  • LPS moves to i-Ready Assessment in reading and mathematics for elementary students

    This fall, all students in grades Kindergarten through fifth will take the i-Ready diagnostic assessment in reading and mathematics. i-Ready is an online program that will help assess each student’s individual needs and monitor their progress throughout the school year. The assessment provider, Curriculum Associates, follows the highest level of student data privacy standards and are signators of the Student Data Privacy Pledge. The i-Ready assessments are closely aligned to the Colorado Academic Standards and provide teachers detailed information in the various domains of literacy and numeracy. The i-Ready results will become another piece of data that is reviewed along with classroom work, teacher observations and other achievement information in order to make the best instructional decisions possible for each student. Littleton Public Schools teachers and administrators are excited for this new level of information that the i-Ready assessments will provide. More information about i-Ready

  • DAC Membership for 2016-2017 School Year Is Open

    The District Accountability Committee (DAC) needs members to fill at-large seats for a two-year term, beginning this fall.  The DAC has some responsibilities mandated by Colorado statute and advises the Board of Education on various topics. Members regularly receive information about district programs and activities and serve as a communication link with schools and the community.  Interested applicants may download the application from the DAC page on the district website or contact Kerry Schaper, 303 347-3396 or, for more information.


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