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District Announcements

  • Littleton Council for Educator Effectiveness (LCEE) is accepting members this fall

    LCEE is a committee that is mandated by the state of Colorado and provides input regarding the fairness, effectiveness, credibility and professional quality of the licensed personnel performance evaluation system and its processes and procedures.  If you are interested in being a member of LCCE and contributing your ideas and input, please preview our web page and apply today.

  • 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 kschaper@lps.k12.co.us, for more information.

  • ETAC Membership for 2016-2017 School Year is Open

    If you are interested in technology and would like to contribute ideas to technology initiatives in LPS, please apply to ETAC (Educational Technology Advisory Committee) today!  (For an explanation of the membership categories, please see the ETAC Membership section on the district website.    Ideas that have helped LPS become recognized as one of the most technologically advanced districts in America began with ETAC!   The ETAC committee meets on the first Wednesday of each month for two hours (6:00 - 8:00 PM) to provide vital advice on district technology. You do not need to be a technology expert to join the ETAC...you just need an interest in what technology can do for student learning.   If you have questions contact Gail Schillinger at 303-347-3350   *SPECIAL NOTE* This committee only meets 8 times throughout the school year.  Members are asked not to miss more than 2 meetings. 


Lenski News

  • Summer Guitar

    Does your child want to start playing guitar? This summer the Littleton Community Music Association (LCMA) is offering a rock and roll guitar music program at LENSKI! Students entering 4th through 8th grade next year are invited to participate. Any parent or high school student who is interested in participating in the class, please contact the instructor, Mark Stookesberry at mulexboy@yahoo.com. The repertoire will consist of classic rock and current pop tunes. The students will have the opportunity to suggest favorite songs or write their own that the whole group will perform. Beginning guitarists need no experience. This is great opportunity for the students since rehearsal is 4 days a week, and fifteen minutes of practice on their own outside of class which will yield enormous amounts of learning in one month’s time. The program will run this summer from Tuesday, May 31st through Thursday, June 30th . There will be a concert on Thursday, June 30th at 6:30 PM at LENSKI. Classes will meet Monday through Thursday. The advanced guitar class will meet from 10:45 am-11:30 AM. The beginning guitar class will meet from 11:45 am-12:30 PM Later in the session the 2 classes will be combined and meet from 10:45-11:30 AM . Each class needs to have 10 students or more or class will be cancelled. Can’t make some sessions? Optional arrangements for Private Lessons can also be made or a combination of class meetings and private lessons. Check “*Option details” and I will contact you. Class will meet in the North Portable – The main building is closed. DO NOT GO THROUGH THE SCHOOL BUILDING. The cost for the entire camp is $170 which is under $10.00 an hour. Please make checks payable to: LCMA, and mail to: LCMA, 6574 S. Broadway, Ste 200, Littleton, CO 80121 no later than Friday, May 13, 2016. 

  • Yogurtland Fundraiser

    On Wednesday, May 11th the Yogurtland located at 7535 S University Blvd is hosting a community fundraiser for all of the schools in the surrouding area. From 11am - 10pm community members, students, teachers, and school staff can come in an purchase a $5 unlimited cup (one time use). This means you can fill your cup with as much frozen yogurt and toppings as you wish any only pay $5! For every yogurt purchased Yogurtland is giving 20% back to the school that the customer wants to support. This is a fun way to help raise money for your school while giving people a fun reason to go out for a treat! The top 3 schools that raise the most money will be awarded with a Yogurtland catered party for a selected class and school staff!

  • Smart Girl Summer Camp

    Smart-Girl Leadership Summer Camp Programs for incoming 6th – 9th grade girls Smart-Girl is a prevention and enrichment program designed to engage girls in activities that develop their social-emotional skills. Smart-Girl gives girls the chance to think about and discuss the challenges they encounter and to formulate and practice appropriate and productive responses. Through this process, Smart-Girl nurtures girls’ social-emotional intelligence and critical thinking skills – qualities proven to lead to success in life. Smart-Girl Leadership Summer Camp is a great opportunity for girls to participate in Smart-Girl during the summer. The program is a week long day camp designed for fun and learning. Girls from all over the Denver metro area participate in silly and serious activities that promote self-reflection, discussion and growth. www.smart-girl.org/ 155 Inverness Drive West., Suite 200 Englewood, Colorado 80112 tele: 303.999.2340 fax: 303.889.4800

  • Red Cross Community Event

    Littleton Public Schools Red Cross Community Emergency Preparedness Evening   May 04th 2016 Ames Training Facility 7300 S. Clermont Drive Centennial Colorado   Please join us for snacks, beverages and a fun evening about learning how to protect your family community in an emergency. The Denver Chapter of the American Red Cross will be offering the following educational opportunities for the Littleton Public Schools parents, students and community.      For students in grades 3-5 The Pillowcase Project http://www.redcross.org/prepare/location/school/preparedness-education/the-pillowcase-project Two classes will be offered on May 04th 2016   6:00pm-7:00pm and 7:15pm-8:15pm. The Pillowcase Project is a preparedness education program for children in grades 3 – 5, which teaches students about personal and family preparedness, local hazards, and basic coping skills. Generally given as a 60 minute presentation by Red Cross volunteers, the program leads students through a “learn, practice, share” framework to engage them in disaster preparedness. Students receive a sturdy pillowcase upon completion of the program in which they are encouraged to build their personal emergency supplies kit. Presentations are customized to focus on a hazard that is important and relevant to the local community. The New Orleans chapter originally developed the project after Hurricane Katrina. The program, currently sponsored by Disney, was standardized and updated in 2013 and pilot tested in several RedCross regions. The Pillowcase Project has now been expanded to include 60 Red Cross regions implementing the pilot in 2014, covering most states in the U.S. and in Puerto Rico. The Global Disaster Preparedness Center is also working with Disney support to expand the program internationally in 2014, pilot testing international implementation in 6 countries.    For older students, parents and community members Be Red Cross Ready http://www.redcross.org/flash/brr/English-html/http://arcbrcr.org/ Two classes will be offered on May 4th 2016   6:00pm-7:00pm and 7:15pm-8:15pm It’s important to prepare for possible disasters and other emergencies. Natural and human caused disasters can strike suddenly, at any time and anywhere. Learn measures and actions that can be helpful to deal with emergencies that may arise. Red Cross professionals will be providing the presentation that will help the attendees be prepared.      For Kindergarten-2nd grade students  Junior First Aid Two classes will be offered on May 04th 2016    6:00pm-7:00pm and 7:15pm-8:15pm It can be scary if someone is hurt or sick especially when an emergency arises.   This course will help K-2nd graders on how to stay calm and help people when an emergency arises. Attendees will learn: Learn the first steps to take in an emergency How to talk to emergency responders Make a portable First Aid Kit How to handle First Aid Issues Care for a person who is sick     Please RSVP by email ggrace@lps.k12.co.us or by phone 303-347-3420


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