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Offline October creates change for Littleton community

September 30, 2018 7:35pm | Lupita Roman

Since the deaths of fellow students in the Littleton community, students came together to create a movement called Offline October. Last year alone they were able to reach 28 states, 8 countries, and 3 continents. The movement was founded by Heritage students Chloe Schilling and […]

Great turnout at the 2018 homecoming dance

September 23, 2018 8:04pm | Megan Montgomery

When people think of the fall, most people might think of the Broncos, pumpkin spice lattes, leaves changing colors or even Halloween or Thanksgiving. While all of those are true, there’s also homecoming, and with homecoming comes the dance. Festivities throughout the week lead up […]

Lion’s Football homecoming game loss against Trojans

September 22, 2018 7:57pm | Ashley Feldman, Nathalia Olvera-Barajas

The Littleton High School stadium began to fill more and more with face painted students and opposing fans to cheer on the LHS football team’s homecoming game on Friday September 21, 2018. Alumni from past classss showed up to support their team as they took […]

LHS STEM Introduces the Maker’s Lab

September 21, 2018 2:55am | Hayley Limes

As we begin the year here at Littleton high school, a new resource has opened its doors to students in the STEM program, the Maker’s Lab! It boasts a textiles unit (sewing machines, croquet equipment and more), stop motion animation station, 3D pens, a podcast […]

Littleton art students donate portraits to preschoolers in Colombia

September 20, 2018 12:30am | Hannah Sanders

This fall, Littleton art students are sending their skills to South America for the Memory Project. Thirty-five LHS students will be creating portraits to send to preschoolers in Colombia. The Memory Projects’ website states: “The Memory Project is a charitable nonprofit organization that invites art teachers, […]

LHS STEM Program in finals for Colorado Succeeds Prize

September 20, 2018 12:08am | Hannah Sanders

September 18 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House educators, administrators, as well as business innovators and investors gathered to recognize outstanding work in improving education within Colorado. The event in Downtown Denver was an award ceremony for the Succeeds Prize, a fund that invests $150,000 […]

Lion’s Cupboard Gives to Students in Need

September 19, 2018 5:00am | Kylie Saxton

Within the last few weeks, many students and staff may have noticed flyers up for The Lion’s Cupboard, but might not know what exactly it is. We went to Joshua Hahn, the founder of the clothing shop, to find out. “The Lion’s Cupboard is a […]

Homecoming bonfire starts week of festivities

September 18, 2018 4:24am | Blake Anderson

The Littleton High School Bonfire has been around since before principal Amy Oaks. The bonfire was this Monday evening, and began at 7:30 pm, directly after parent teacher conferences in the athletic parking lot. This was the first year the teachers and staff were all there. Language Arts […]

New School Start and End Times: Student and teacher’s opinions

September 18, 2018 12:39am | Sloane Smith

For the 2018-2019 school year, the Littleton Public Schools district decided to change their school start and end times. High schools are now starting at 8:30 and are ending at 3:31.  Middle schools go from 8:54 to 3:50 and  Elementary schools from 8:00 to 2:43. […]

LPS rivals compete for Veterans in foundation volleyball game

August 31, 2018 5:36am | Hannah Sanders

Wednesday August 29, rivals Littleton High School and Heritage High School teamed up to support veterans in the volleyball foundation game. The game, organized by coaches and old high school classmates Jill Fitzpatrick of Littleton and Hannah Eberle of Heritage, gave all proceeds to the […]