• 2016/2017 School Fees & Supply Lists

    Please click here to read about changes to our school fees for the 2016/2017 school year.  School fees & yearbook - 2016/2017 School Supply lists - 2016/2017 Kindergarten school supply list 1st Grade school supply list 2nd Grade school supply list 3rd Grade school supply list 4th Grade school supply list 5th Grade school supply list Enjoy your summer.

  • 2016/2017 Annual Family Check-In via Family Portal

    Littleton Public Schools invites all families with students returning to school for the next school year to log into their online Infinite Campus Family Portal to complete the ‘16-17 Annual Family Check-in.  Families will have an opportunity to directly update emergency contact information, make changes to addresses and review the usual yearly permissions. To check-in, please visit this web address: If you do not have a Infinite Campus Family Portal account, please e-mail Emily Robbins at (Mrs. Robbins will be available before June 1st and after August 1st.)  Student logins will not have access to this portion of the system.   Please do not attempt to use a cellular phone for this process as the portal is designed for a web browser like those found on computers and tablets. Thank you for your help in keeping our contact information current.

  • 2016-2017 School Year Meal Prices

    It is the goal of the LPS Nutrition Services department to keep meal prices affordable to families within the district.  Due to increasing food costs, our meal prices will be changing for the 2016-2017 school year.  Prices will be as follows:   Breakfast Prices* Elementary: $1.50 Middle: $1.70 High: $1.80 Lunch Prices* Elementary: $2.80 Middle: $3.00 High: $3.10 Adult: $3.85 Milk: $0.75 *As a reminder, all students who qualify for reduced meal benefits will receive breakfast at no charge.  Additionally, PK-5th grade students who qualify for reduced meal benefits will also receive lunch at no charge.  More information regarding Free and Reduced Meal Benefits can be found at or call 303-347-3355.  

  • Battle of the Books 2016/2017 for 4th & 5th grade

    Do you love to read? Are you looking for ideas of some books to read over the summer? Battle of the Books may be just what you’re looking for! Battle of the Books (BoB) is open to students in 4th and 5th grades for the coming school year. There are 15 books to read and you can start reading during the summer. After school starts in the fall, we will begin to have BoB club meetings where we will discuss the books and do some fun activities and competitions involving the books. Then, in winter we will compete in a district-wide Battle of the Books competition with other elementary schools. You may click here for the list of books and find it on the Arapahoe Libraries District website at Even if you don’t think you’ll participate in BoB, all the books on the list are great choices for summer reading. Happy Reading!    


Pawsitive News

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District Announcements

  • High School Physicals - August 6th

    Need a Sports Physical? Littleton High School August 6, 2016 8 - 11:30 a.m. Sports Physical Flyer - View for complete information and to sign-up!

  • HR Classified Career Fair - June 28

    Love what you do. Work for LPS.  Job Fair - June 28, 2016 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Education Services Center Boardroom 5776 S. Crocker Street Littleton, CO 80120 LPS is currently hiring full & part-time positions:  Nutrition Services Transportation/Bus Drivers Custodians School Aged Child Care Activity Leaders Paraprofessionals (Special Ed. & Transportation) Littleton Public Schools offers regionally competitive salaries and benefits for employees. Call the Human Resources department at 303-347-3364 if you have questions.  View the Event Flyer

  • 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  

  • 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  



Fun before & after school fee-based classes


Care for before and/or after school

Online resource for parents & students


Positive Behavior Intervention Support


All families are members of our Parent Teacher Organization


Accountability Committee