Monday, April 24, 2017


Student Congratulations and Recognition:

The Littleton Lions track and field team scored well in a big invitational over the weekend. Nearly 40 schools – many of them much larger than ours – competed at the Dakota Ridge Invitational this past Saturday. Top 10 performances included:
Brittany Line – 1st Place Shot Put
Charlie Meserve – 2nd Place 400 meter Dash
Kaysha Kacanda – 2nd Place Long Jump
Boys 4x800 Relay – 5th Place
Marina Cannon – 5th Place Pole Vault
Trevor Stutzman – 5th Place Pole Vault
Bruce Barnstable – 6th Place 800 meter Run
Addi Iken – 6th Place 1600 meter Run
Boys 4x400 Relay – 7th Place
Girls 4x100 Relay – 9th Place
Tatum Lyons – 10th Place Shot Put
Boys 4x100 Relay – 10th Place
The Lions compete again this week on Tuesday at the Jeffco League JV Championships. Varsity is in action Friday and Saturday here at LPS Stadium during the Liberty Bell Invitational. Come watch your LHS track and field team run, jump and throw!

At this past Saturday's Model United Nations conference at Kent Denver School Abigail Moses and Sarah Urtz won Best Delegate Awards for their representation of France in a historic Security Council simulation on the Kashmir Crisis.

Congratulations to the Littleton High School FBLA members who competed at the state FBLA conference in Vail, CO.  The following students made the final round of competition and several of these competitors qualified for the National FBLA conference held this summer in Anaheim, CA.
Top 10 Finalists and National Qualifiers
2nd place - Mary Muench - Public Speaking II - NATIONAL QUALIFIER
2nd place - Lauren Weiss - Electronic Career Portfolio - NATIONAL QUALIFIER
3rd place - Anna Matl - Business Ethics - NATIONAL QUALIFIER
3rd place - Candace Lu, Madi Wells, and Emma Parkhurst - E-Business - NATIONAL QUALIFIERS
3rd place - Jordan Howden - Job Interview - NATIONAL QUALIFIER
5th place - Emma Carpender & Andrew Carpender - Public Service Announcement - FIRST ALTERNATE NATIONAL QUALIFIERS
Top 10 Finalists:
Carlisle Maney & Sanjali DeSilva - Hospitality Management
Brisa Banuelos - Future Business Leader


Attention all STEM Students!  We will have brief lunchtime meetings this Thursday, April 27th during both lunch periods in The Forum.  We'll review how to upload item to your electronic portfolios, how to log STEM hours and ideas for hours over the summer.  Oh yeah...we'll also have Santiago's burritos!

Clubs and Activities:

Sign Language Club is meeting again this Wednesday the 26th in room 1102! Snacks will be provided!

The X Chromosomes girls' ultimate team had a great time in Boulder Saturday, even if we only scored 2 points against the Boulder HS Flower Power powerhouse team. Looking forward to finishing our regular season games next week. Come on out to grass fields to see some LHS ultimate on Thursday at 5:15

Attention Seniors!  Get your picture on the bulletin board!  Stop by the Post Grad Center and let us know about your plans for after high school:  the college you've decided on, the trade or technical school you've chosen, the gap year you'll be taking, the apprenticeship you have lined up, the branch of the military you're entering, or whatever!  We'll put you on the map!

There will be a meeting for a Summer 2018 Nepal Service and Study Trip in the Forum on Wednesday, April 26th at 2:30 pm. All 9th-11th grade students who are interested should attend or see Mr. Gordon in the Social Studies Department for additional information.

Want an easy way to help Urban Peak and get some ice cream as a reward???  Well, bring a can of food with to your class meeting during seminar THIS WED and your class could win and ice cream party!!  The class with the most cans collected for Urban Peak will get ice cream delivered to their seminar classes on May 3.  So, help out Urban Peak and get some treats!

Any student who picked up a packet to run for a Student Council officer position,  needs to turn in their speech and packet by Tuesday April 25. All of your paperwork is due this means speeches and parent permission forms plus biographical information.  Please, get this to Ms. Prestel by TUES!! If she does not have it, you cannot run for an office.

We have our Spring Pep Rally this Friday the 28th---we want everyone to wear their class t-shirts; if you don’t have yours or lost it, Student Council will have them available on Thursday April 27th during both lunches and afterschool down at the concession stand by the gyms.  So, get your school spirit revived with your class shirt..if you haven't bought one yet, they are only $5.

Prom is almost here, so it’s time to buy your tickets!! Bring your money starting Mon 24th, only $40 for all LHS non-seniors or any out of school guest. Seniors get in for free, just bring your ID. Tickets will be sold at the bookkeepers all week during lunch and after school. And, don’t forget to fill out a guest form if needed and have it turned in by the 27th.

LHS Juniors and Seniors when you purchase your After Prom ticket during your lunch period you will be automatically entered for a chance to win a prize. There will be one winner who will be announced at midnight during After Prom! Come check it out for more details.Ticket sales are this week for After Prom in the cafeteria during A and B lunch. Tickets are $15 and you can pay with cash or check.


LHS Football Meeting/Save the date:  Players/Parents
If you are planning on playing football for the 2017 season or interested, there is a parent/player meeting on Tuesday May 2nd.  Meet the coaches, learn about the program, get involved by volunteering, and get information about the season along with coming schedule of key dates. Tuesday, May 2nd at 7:00 PM in the LHS Forum

Blog Announcements:

What if there was a sport where you weren't restricted by the size of the playing field? How about a fun, healthy sport requiring very little special equipment? Come see how cool Cross Country can be during our informational pre-season meeting on Thursday, April 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the Forum. Students and their parents are invited to meet the coaches.

Do you have clothes at home that you hardly ever wear anymore?  Or maybe some that don’t fit you anymore and are still in good shape?  If so, Student Council would LOVE for you to donate those to Urban Peak!  Teens at Urban Peak need nice clothes to go on job interviews or to wear to a job they have obtained; please bring your clothes to school up until April 28th and drop them in the bins in the cafeteria and by the attendance office. Thanks!

Parents we encourage you to regularly monitor your student’s progress by logging into Infinite Campus.  If you do not have your Infinite Campus log-in information go to