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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 […]

Marching Band performs at State Fair

August 26, 2018 10:14pm | Blake Anderson

Littleton High School’s marching band performed this past Saturday at the Pueblo State Fair. The band participated in a parade in the morning, marching along in perfect unity like soldiers, making music with the skill of seasoned musicians. Some time after, each band performed at […]

“Latinas LEAD” empowers Littleton Students

June 11, 2018 3:59pm | Lupita Roman

Yesterday, four Littleton students attended the Latinas LEAD Colorado Power Summit with Latinas all around Colorado. The summit was held to create an environment where Latinas could come together, share their stories and be inspired to challenge themselves to go out and make a change […]

How to stay educated during the summer – sponsored story

May 23, 2018 2:26am | Addi Iken

YES, school is finally ending, and summer is here! Summer brings lots of sleep, swimming, barbecues and fun. However, what most people forget is the importance of keeping the brain active and staying educated over the summer. Three months is a long time without any […]

Art week inspires students

May 6, 2018 4:35pm | Hannah Sanders

April 30 through May 4, the LHS Art Club brought back Art Week. The art program decided to reintroduce it this year due to the strength of the current art club. Throughout the halls and in the cafeteria students in the ceramics class have been selling […]

Teams and clubs compete in pep assembly

May 6, 2018 4:33pm | Hannah Sanders

Friday May 4, LHS had the annual Prom pep assembly. Due to the cancellation of school the Friday before Prom when many teachers were protesting at the capitol, student council rescheduled the assembly for the next week. Sports teams and clubs competed for the spirit […]

Pops concert takes over Mane Stage

May 4, 2018 4:59am | Sarah Urtz

This evening, choir took over the Mane Stage for their final concert of the year, Pops. The show featured medleys and performances from Manwich, Chordially Yours, Women’s Ensemble, Concert Choir, Vocal Jazz, Syrens and Troubadours, plus a handful of solo performances by select students. As always, […]