Wednesday, October 17, 2018


As we continue to celebrate and honor our classified employees at LHS, we want to recognize the people who make four special programs possible. Heather Bartlett Mogg coordinates applications and admissions for Early High School and ninth grade. She also coordinates our amazing STEM Program, which currently has 230 students enrolled. Trisha Clapsaddle is our new IB Secretary. She supports hundreds of current and future IB students. And our post grad specialists, Becky Reimers and Suzanne Mountfort, help all students plan for life after Littleton. Please take a minute to say thanks to these four women who do their work with skill and creativity and kindness and who support many of the programs that make LHS so unique.

Students, singers, musicians, jugglers, acrobats, comedians, performers, artists, and anyone with a fun talent, the Littleton Lions Follies are back, and we want you to audition for this LHS tradition. Auditions are next week in the Forum - after school on Monday the 22nd and before school on Tuesday the 23rd. Sign-ups for auditions can be found on the activities boards in both the Language Arts and Theater hallways. This year's Follies performances will be on Thursday, November 8th, and Friday, November 9th.

A friendly reminder, there is no school for students tomorrow and Friday. The main office will only be open tomorrow from 8:00 - 11:00 am. We will see you here again on Monday the 22nd!


Your Lion Ultimate mixed team put up quite a fight against Colorado Academy yesterday, coming up a little short with a score of 5-9. Come and watch the team take on Chatfield on the LHS grass soccer field next Wednesday the 24th at 4:15 pm.

The Model United Nations Club will meet in Room 2609 next Tuesday morning between 7:45 and 8:15 am. All interested students are welcome!


Your LPS Girls Gymnastics Team will be competing at Leagues tonight and Thursday at Overland! Competition begins at 5:00 pm both nights. Good luck, Girls!

A huge congratulations to the varsity volleyball team for their four-set victory at Golden last night. The Lions rebounded from a loss to the Demons earlier in the season to come back and dominate on the road. Allison Groustra put away 12 kills, Claire Fielder had an astounding 41 service receptions and six aces, and Sophie Groustra set up 15 assists. You made Littleton proud, Ladies.

The JV soccer team finished their season with 10 wins by beating Green Mountain 4 to 0 yesterday. Ulises Serrano led the way with 2 goals. Townes Uhl and Max Klein also scored. Assists were from Howie, Brandon, and Griffin. Aidan Papi recorded another shutout! Congratulations on a great season, JV!

The varsity soccer team finished second in the league, and qualified for playoffs with a 1 to 0 victory over Green Mountain last night. Rodrigo Marin blasted a goal into the top corner early on for the lone goal. Luis Ramos had some huge saves down the stretch to preserve the shutout for the Lions! Way to go, Boys Soccer!


The Stride is on Sunday, October 28th. Please be sure to put Littleton High School in the "I support" section! This is a fantastic school community event! Bring your friends and family, and come and Stride with us!