Thursday, September 29, 2016


Special Events:

Are you a singer?  How about a juggler?  Or maybe you are good at dancing?  If so, Lions Follies wants you!  Student Council is holding their annual Talent Show called Lions Follies on Nov. 10 and 11, and auditions are starting SOON!  If you want to get your act into this great show, sign up down in the theater hall or the library starting Monday Oct. 3rd.  You could win some fabulous prizes plus be part of the best show in town!

Club & Activity Announcements:

Technology Student Association (TSA) will be meeting TODAY after school from 2:20 to 3:15 in room 215 we will be talking about Event sign ups so make sure you have all the forms turned in.

FCCLA/Culinary Club will be having a meeting TODAY.  If you are interested in learning basic culinary skills or honing the skill you already have, then join us afterschool in room 1972.

Attention speech and debate team members.  We have a mandatory team meeting on Friday after school in the speech room.  See Mr. Saliman if you have questions.

Sports Announcements:

The Baseball program is having a barbecue picnic on Monday Oct. 3 at 6:00pm.  The event is free and will be on the baseball field.  All prospective baseball players and their families and baseball friends, including 8th graders are invited to attend.  Come meet Coach Bote and his assistants, and current players.

Academic Announcements:

Mr. Stedron will once again offer his College Essay Workshops during both lunch periods on Tuesday,. Oct. 4th in The Forum.  Seniors who need to write a personal statement or essay for at least one of your college applications will not want to miss this.  Mr. Stedron provides straightforward direction for attacking this often difficult, intimidating piece of writing.  See you there!

For students needing help in Math & Science, Lockheed Martin tutoring will be here again tonight from 6:00-7:30pm in room 1740.  Please use the forum entrance.

Blog Announcements:

Attention College Bound Seniors.  The Free Application for Federal Student Aid...or FAFSA...will open it's on-line application on October 1st. EVERY STUDENT needs to complete the FAFSA whether or not you believe your family will qualify for financial need based scholarships.  Many colleges offer financial aid on a first-come-first-served basis, so...what would I do if I were you?...  I'd fill it out on October 1st!

Students and staff:  Wanna be a hero and help save lives?  Did you know that approximately 10% of the nation's blood supply is given by high-school-aged donors?  On October 6th National Honor Society is sponsoring a blood drive right here at Littleton High School.  If you would like to donate blood please stop by Mr. Hahn's office in the counseling office to signup and for more detailed information.  There are a limited number of spots and donors will be signed up on a first-come first-serve basis.

Every Student Needs to Visit a College Campus!  Wondering how to spend your time over October break?  Many, many families at LHS and across the country use school breaks to visit college campuses.  And now you can too!  We're offering a fun, informative and free comprehensive college campus visit to the University of Colorado's Denver campus on Thursday, October 20th, 9:30am-3:15pm...including lunch provided at no charge!  LHS classes will not be in session that day.  Students will meet at school at 9:15m in The Forum, take an LPS school bus to the Auraria Campus (downtown Denver), visit CU-Denver's brand new Visitor Center for a top-notch Information Session and then take an in depth tour of the amazing facilities on campus. We plan to return back to school at approximately 3:15pm. Visit the LHS homepage scroller to find a link for online registration. Registration will close October 14th.

Attention Juniors and Sophomores:  The PSAT test date is Wednesday, October 19th at 7:00 a.m. in the South Gym. Sign-ups will begin Monday, September 26th and conclude Friday, October 14th.  Sign up in the counseling office and bring $20 (non-refundable). Space is limited so do not wait until the last minute!

Stressed about life after high school?  Visit the Post Grad Center's webpage, located on the LHS website under Counseling.  You'll find worlds of information and resources which will help take your blood pressure down!

For students needing help in Math & Science, Lockheed Martin tutoring will be here Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:00-7:30pm in room 1740.  Please use the forum entrance.

Tattered Cover is excited to present the inaugural Colorado Teen Book Con! Saturday, October 15, 2016, 9:00 am - 4:45 pm at Littleton High School in Littleton, CO. Mark your calendars!  This is a full day event with two keynote presentations, a bunch of author panels, and a big author signing party at the end of the day. And food trucks. Of course, food trucks. Books will be for sale throughout the day.  This event, open exclusively to teens, is free, but you must register! Please click here for more details and to register for the event.