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Winter formal shines bright

February 12, 2018 1:33am | Stefanie Frederickson

Saturday night was the annual winter formal dance and it was slightly different than previous years. The theme was galaxy/glow-in-the-dark and many students came dressed in costumes rather than formal wear. There was pizza offered, along with different games and activities in the cafeteria. Jenga, […]

Katie Puchino signs to play college soccer

February 8, 2018 5:29am | Sandra Hernandez Tobon

On Wednesday afternoon, senior Katie Puchino signed to play soccer at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Coaches, teammates and family members attended to support Puchino for her achievements and celebrate her big day. “Katie Puchino is someone who works hard everyday. She always came […]

FBLA places on top at district conference

February 7, 2018 8:16am | Zachary Maguire

Today, the FBLA chapter attended the district meeting at the Arapahoe Fairgrounds, with the hopes to qualify as many members as possible for the state conference that will be in Vail, Colorado this April. FBLA is not just an organization that is focused on winning […]

Hidden places of LHS: boiler room

February 1, 2018 8:33pm | Stefanie Frederickson, Abby Moses

LHS is a vast, endless abyss of opportunities. There is something new hidden around every corner. We want to discover the secrets within the school and reveal the unknown. Our first destination in discovering LHS was the door next to the janitor’s closet, often referred […]

Registration opens for 2018-19 school year

February 1, 2018 4:18am | Sarah Urtz

Class registration for returning students begins this month and will be due on Infinite Campus by February 21. This is an important step for students to complete if they want a choice in the classes and electives they take next school year. There are a […]

Littleton takes a stand on attendance

January 25, 2018 2:33pm | Ethan Hanson

Starting second semester, the administration implemented a new attendance policy to keep students in class. We talked to our assistant principal and creator of the new policy, Christian Enzminger, to learn what the policy is. The new policy comes from a very simple principle: students […]

Students dazzle at annual Continental League performance

January 23, 2018 5:39am | Abby Moses

On Monday, January 22nd, a selected group of choir and band students traveled to Boettcher Hall to perform at Continental League. Performing Arts teachers Jim Farrell and Don Emmons chose the students who got to join the other schools and participate in this exciting musical […]

LHS performs for eighth graders

January 19, 2018 4:26pm | Ashlyn Moore

Today, LHS took three performing arts groups to Newton and Powell Middle Schools. Orchestra, Troubadours, and Vocal Jazz went to the two middle schools to perform for eighth graders as a way to show them what the high schools offer. Along with Littleton, Arapahoe and […]

Boys’ basketball holds special raffle

January 14, 2018 3:51am | Sarah Urtz

This Friday, January 19th, boys’ basketball is hosting a special event full of Lions’ basketball, the Denver Nuggets players and cheerleaders and a raffle. The game is against D’Evelyn High School and will begin at 7 pm. Raffle prizes are fun, unique and unlike anything […]

Instrumental music puts on stunning winter show

December 15, 2017 4:30am | Stefanie Frederickson

Thursday night, the instrumental music department performed their annual holiday concert. Just two days ago, LHS choirs performed their own winter concert, and now it was instrumental music’s turn. The band, orchestra, and jazz ensemble each performed different pieces and came together at the end […]