Friday, October 9, 2015

Special Events TODAY:

Trying to make the world a better place will happens TODAY!  The Peer Counselors made “I care” cards that they will begin to pass out this morning.  If you want to pick up your own cards and pass them out please feel free to pick up cards in the counseling office, attendance office or the library.   This is just another way to tell someone you care!

Political Committee will be in the Senior Hallway during A & B lunch for the next three Fridays to encourage you to register to vote!  You will need your Drivers License and Social Security card.  The process is quick!  It’s a privilege and your right to vote!!

Denver Broncos, Cancer Research & LHS Lions:

What do the Denver Broncos, Cancer Research and Littleton High School have in common?  They are all going to be here next Friday, October 16th for our Lion Football game!!  Come out and support your football team as well as Cancer Research by attending the Tailgater starting at 5:30 pm.  You can purchase a white bag in honor of all who have been touched by cancer, they will be sold for $10.00 and you can decorate them with the name of your loved one.  At halftime your loved ones will be celebrated with a luminary ceremony.  These bags will also be on sale on Tuesday, October 13th at the volleyball game and Thursday the 15th at the band competition.

Together with the National Football League and the American Cancer Society, you can help save more lives from cancer. Come out to see Littleton High School play on October 16th and support this amazing cause!

Another way you can help with beating Cancer is to bring loose change and small bills next Friday to the football game and put them in Buckets for Cancer Research. Any money you wish to donate will go towards ending this horrible disease!  If you are unable to attend the game, but would like to donate, a bucket will be in front of the attendance office on Monday, October 14th-16th.

Finally, you can help out Cancer Research by signing up to be in the Relay For Life!  We are looking for two teams of 6-8 students to sloooowly run a relay on the track before the football game on Friday the 16th as we pass around the Buckets For Cancer Research in the stands.  You will represent the teamwork needed to beat Cancer!!  Sign up on the Student Council Class Bulletin Boards in the Language Arts hallway.

Congratulations and GO LIONS!:

The JV soccer team won their 8th game in a row yesterday with a 4 to 0 victory over Standley Lake.

Sports & Other Announcements:

Your Ridisculous mixed team was unable to get the win against Arapahoe yesterday, but moves onward to the Monarch Invite tournament this weekend. Our "B" team came out strong and beat Arapahoe JV!

The Stride is Sunday, October 25th! Register online at and please be sure to put LHS in the "I support" section!  This is a fantastic school community event!!

Blog Announcements:

The month of October is designated as Colorado Safe Schools Month. Littleton
High School supports a safe and positive school environment. Student safety is everyone’s job. Safe schools contribute to the academic achievement of our students
and we strive to make Littleton a positive and caring place for all. We ask the entire community to support our efforts to make our school safe for every student, faculty, staff and community member. Thank you for your continued support.

Hello LHS Parents! Enjoy a night off from cooking dinner on Tuesday October 13!  Enjoy a delicious meal at Chipotle Restaurant across from LHS to keep your hunger at bay during Parent/Teacher conferences. Chipotle is generously donating proceeds of each meal to LHS PTO After-Prom, so please make sure you tell them you are from Littleton. Thanks in advance for your support! LHS PTO

Regional College Fair at LHS!  On Tuesday, October 20, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm, LHS will host more than 40 colleges from Colorado and the surrounding area.  Meet with college representatives and receive information about academic programs, campus life, scholarships, financial aid opportunities, and much more!

Students – do you have a computer? If you do not have a computer at home, we have free computers for you. These are refurbished desktop computers, not laptops. They use the XP operating system and are loaded with Open Office; please see Mr. Hahn in the counseling office to receive a voucher for a free computer and/or more information.