Friday, February 27, 2015

Today is an EVEN Period Day –

Student Recognition & Congratulations:

Good luck Varsity Girls Basketball.  They will travel to Pueblo today to play Durango High School in the first round of State playoffs!!

Special Events:

The LHS performance of Beauty and the Beast is AWESOME!  Don’t miss out.  Remaining shows are this evening and tomorrow.  Hats off to all our performers, musicians, and staff who helped make this happen!!

Don't forget Key Club is collecting gently used sports equipment to donate to needy kids in Denver through the end of TODAY.  Bring your donations to the library or the counseling office.

Sports Announcements:

It’s March Madness Time!  All Partners need to be at Chatfield High School on Saturday at 8:15.  We will be by 2:00PM.

Other Announcements:

Attention students: Beginning MONDAY, 3/2 we will begin construction on an athletic addition on the east side of the building.  This will impact parking.  Students will have access to the forum/cafeteria lot on the south side of the building, all of the main entrance lot, and the north lot outside the tech lab and woodshop area.

Blog Announcements:

Join us for the 4th Annual Littleton High School Performing Arts Music & Craft Fair, on Saturday, March 14, 9am-4pm, in the LHS Cafeteria & South Gym.  Enjoy live music provided by LHS students, and breakfast and lunch items from our concessions, while you shop our wide variety of unique, hand-crafted items made by local artisans.  And a special treat this year: A meet & greet / pictures with Belle from the LHS production of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" (11-12 and 1-2)!  $1 Admission (kids 5 and under free).  See you there!

LHS Color Guard clinic starts March 10 from 6-8pm.  Meet in the main lobby, dressed in workout attire.  Please see Mr. Don Emmons for more information.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors!  Have you noticed the 8 HUGE banners around the building advertising cool courses like Auto Tech, Health Sciences, Architectural Design and Cabinet & Furniture Making? You can register to take these courses for next year, but you need to do it now! Any sophomore or junior can register...AND all of these classes also count as STEM electives. See your counselor or Mrs. Reimers with more questions.