Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Today is an EVEN Period Day – Periods

Special Events:

Picture re-takes are TODAY in the Theater lobby for students who missed picture day or for students who would like to retake their picture.  Order forms are in the main office and by student services.

Student Recognition & Congratulations: 

Congratulations to the JV soccer team on their 3 to 1 win over Arvada yesterday. Manny Cooke, Daniel Rivas, and Nick Castle scored for the Lions.

Sports Announcements:

Wrestlers – Open mat wrestling is TODAY from 2:45-4:00 in the wrestling room.  See you there!

Club Announcements: 

Key Club will meet in room 211 on Thursday, October 9th at 2.20 p.m.  If you have not yet paid your dues or turned in your permission slip, please bring them to the meeting or put them in Mr. Hahn or Ms. Anthamatten's mailbox.  Friday the 10th is the deadline to pay membership dues for the 2014-15 school year.

Academic Announcements:

TODAY we have representatives from three colleges visiting our school: Oberlin College in Ohio, Wheaton College in Massachusetts and Fort Hays State University in Kansas.  The meetings will be in the Counseling office, Juniors and seniors can sign up on Naviance to attend.

For students needing help in Math & Science Lockheed Martin tutoring will be here Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 6:00-7:30pm in room 107.  Please use the forum entrance.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors: The PSAT test date is Wednesday, October 15th at 7:30am in the South Gym. Sign-ups conclude Friday, October 10th. Sign up in the counseling office and bring $20 (non-refundable). Space is limited so do not wait until the last minute!

Other Announcements:

Attention students - the Library will close at 2:30 TODAY, tomorrow and on Friday.  Please plan accordingly and sorry for the inconvenience.

Save the date for Student/Parent/Teacher Conferences on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 14 & 15

Blog Announcements:

Parents save the date! The next PTO meeting will be on October 8, at 10am. We will be introducing Sam Adams-Berger, clinical social worker for Littleton High School. She will be talking to us about helping our students manage stress during these busy high school days. We hope to see you there!

Are you an artist? A photographer? Do you write stories or poems? Then we want your work! We are the Inspirlions, a school organization determined to display the talented work of our students and staff to the rest of the world. How can you get your work in? It’s simple. Go to the back of our sample issue located on the school home page. From there you will find instructions on how to get your submissions to us. And keep in mind our next issue will be Halloween themed, but we will consider all works for this and future issues.

Girls’ Lacrosse: It’s not too early to be thinking about Spring! The Heritage-Littleton (H/L) lacrosse club is the combined team of players from Heritage and Littleton High Schools. Girls’ lacrosse is a no-cut sport and the team encourages all players – both experienced and new – to be part of their program. The team is hosting fall fun toss-arounds with games & prizes! It's a great chance to come out and see if lacrosse is for you! Join us on October 9th or 14th from 2:30 – 3:30 on the Heritage soccer fields – equipment will be available for anyone to use. The team will also announce a date for Littleton HS, but players are encouraged to attend any of the toss-arounds. For new players and families, please go to our website www.hlwomenslacrosse.com for more information and to sign up to receive all of our informational emails.