• The Great Debate at LHS

    The Great Debate, sponsored by the Political Committee, lived up to its name on April 26th! Students that packed the forum got an ear full of Liberal vs Conservative perspectives concerning a variety of topics ranging from gun control to immigration. Mr. Stedron, represented the conservative side, while Mr. Saliman, the liberal side. They both generously shared their wit, debate skills, and humor, while educating those in attendance. The Political Committee sends a huge LHS thank you to all those who came and all of those who made this exciting event happen.

  • Make A Wish Week at LHS!

    -All this week, April 25 through 29, it’s Make A Wish Week at LHS!  Please click here for the scheduled activities.  

  • The LHS Garage Sale Fundraiser is Back!

    Donate your unwanted stuff and help raise funds! The LHS Garage Sale Fundraiser has a new date, a new format...and a new location!  Savers is hosting a donation drive for us at their Littleton location, 1400 W Littleton Blvd, Littleton 80120, on Sunday, May 1st. Drop off your stuff on Sunday, May 1st, 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm, and Savers will pay us for every pound of goods received! Proceeds benefit Littleton High School Performing Arts. For more information and a list of items they will accept, click here .

  • Get your Tickets for the 2016 Choir Pops Concerts!

    Tickets for the 2016 Choir Pops Concerts, Th-F, April 28-29th, are available online at  Tickets are general admission for $7.


District Announcements

  • Free Summer Meals for Kids and Teens

    The Summer Food Service Program provides FREE lunches for all children ages 1-18 during the summer vacation. Adult lunch $3.75. A complimentary Summer Lunch Bus will run to and from Littleton High School.  Click here for more information and bus schedule  

  • Red Cross Community Emergency Preparedness Evening

    Red Cross Community Emergency Preparedness Evening May 4, 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.  Check out the Newsroom for more information and to RSVP

  • Special Services Advisory Committee (SSAC) Survey

    Each year the Special Services Advisory Committee (SSAC), in coordination with the District, conducts a survey related to special education services. This information is helpful with our planning and work to continually improve our services and supports to students in special education. It is important to Littleton Public Schools and the SSAC that parents of students with disabilities have an opportunity to give feedback to the District. The survey will close May 20, 2016. Your feedback and input are important to us and we appreciate you taking the time to let us know how we are doing. Take the SACC Parent Survey  

  • Recommendation from Middle School Social Studies Resource Review Committee

    The Middle School Social Studies Instructional Resource Review committee members have completed their review of available middle school social studies instructional resources. They are recommending Pearson Publishing’s MyWorld 6 Colorado edition, MyWorld 7 Colorado edition, and American History: Beginnings to Reconstruction for middle school social studies instruction. All of these resources will support and enhance the instruction of the Colorado Academic Standards for Social Studies. The instructional resources will be on display in the foyer of the Board Room at the Education Services Center (5776 South Crocker Street, Littleton) from April 4th through April 28th. A community information session to answer questions will be hosted in the foyer of the Board Room on Tuesday, April 19th from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. The recommendation will be presented to the Board for discussion on April 14th.


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