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Prom in The Secret Garden

April 29, 2019 5:46pm | Kate Lurie, Ally Procopio

Littleton High School’s Junior-Senior prom was held at the Denver Botanical Gardens at Chatfield, on Saturday, April 27. With the theme of Secret Garden, flowers, ranging from roses to lavender, and shrubbery surrounded the beautiful outside location. Though this theme might not be related to […]

Littleton’s Isabelle Smith Speaks up about Mental Health

April 16, 2019 6:50pm | Nathalia Olvera-Barajas

On the evening of April 13th, junior Isabelle Smith spoke about her suicide survival story at the Spirit dinner/fundraiser. Many adults came from all around Colorado to the Old Wildlife Experience Center, where they are able to donate to the district’s mental health support programs […]

Arapahoe holds suicide awareness raising walk

April 16, 2019 6:45pm | Ethan Hanson

On April 14th, a sunny day marking the true departure from winter, Arapahoe High School hosted their fitting “Out of the Darkness Walk” for suicide prevention. As much to raise awareness as to raise money students, alumni, parents and the Arapahoe neighborhood did laps on […]

Girls Golf Places 3rd at First Tournament

April 4, 2019 5:34pm | Ashley Feldman

On Tuesday, March 19th, the Littleton High School girls golf team competed strongly at Applewood Golf Course, placing 3rd at their first tournament of the season. The team was led by head coach, Mr. Burdick, and assistant coach Gary Elder. “The team put their best […]

Mr. Wentz takes on Worst Cooks Of America

March 11, 2019 7:25pm | Megan Montgomery, Samantha Adamson

At the beginning of the school year when math teacher Mickey Wentz was absent for two weeks, rumors flew about where he could be and what he could be doing. Could he be on vacation still? A teacher retreat, perhaps? Or even on a TV […]

LHS Students at the NACDA Choir Confrence

March 11, 2019 4:20pm | Hayley Limes

This past weekend, students from LHS participated in the 2019 National ACDA choir convention in Kansas City, a nationwide audition-only choir with about 320 people in it. LHS students Margaret Bird and Evan Brown were chosen from to be a part of the convention. Students […]

DECA State Competition

February 27, 2019 9:22pm | Kate Lurie

Starting from this Saturday evening to this past Tuesday, Littleton High School’s DECA team attended and competed at DECA State. Students competed to qualify for the International Career Development conference in Orlando, Florida. Since the tournament takes place at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, […]

“Little Women” LHS Musical Bound to Impress

February 22, 2019 5:35am | Nathalia Olvera-Barajas

The actors, the lights, the crowd and all of the hardwork has paid off for the LHS cast members of the show, “Little Women” and their free preview tonight. The musical is based upon a story of four sisters who are growing up during the […]

Therapy Dogs Come to LHS

February 18, 2019 2:43am | Hayley Limes

Those who have been listening to the announcements recently might already know that if everything goes well, from now until the end of the year LHS will have fuzzy canine friends visiting our counseling office to help our students de-stress! Meet Riley: Riley is an […]

Littletons Newest Jewish Student Connection Club

February 15, 2019 7:41pm | Ashley Feldman and Kate Lurie

Disclaimer: You do not have to be Jewish to participate. This year, Littleton High School has introduced a new club for students to join. Ran by Jillian Feiger and LHS teacher Mr. Garner, this club aspires to unite people despite some of their differences and […]