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Senior breakfast excites students for graduation

May 3, 2018 2:19am | Sandra Hernandez Tobon

This morning, the senior class gathered together for a senior breakfast to discuss upcoming events, one of the most important ones being graduation. The breakfast included pancakes and sausage catered by Flippin’ Flapjacks. While seniors enjoyed their fluffy pancakes, student council members discussed options for […]

Prom 2018

May 2, 2018 4:27pm | Hannah Sanders, Olivia Graham

On Saturday, April 28, Littleton High School students went into the Children’s Museum for probably the first time since they had silly bands. The unusual setting went with the theme “imagine” as students wandered the museum full of interactive exhibits and colorful decorations. The dance […]

Students are honored at Club and Activities Awards Night

April 30, 2018 7:55pm | Abby Moses

On the evening of Thursday, April 26, many students were honored at the Club and Activities Awards Night. The specific clubs that received awards were DECA, FBLA, Student Council, TSA and NHS. This was the inaugural year of the night, but LHS hopes to continue it […]

Teachers protest at capital to call for better funding

April 28, 2018 6:11pm | Eli Demosthenes

On April 26 and 27, thousands of teachers left their jobs for the day to protest in front of the state capital building. Littleton Public Schools was one of many districts forced to cancel classes yesterday as there was not enough faculty available for adequate […]

LHS welcomes new Head Spirit Coach, Meredith Winnefeld

April 26, 2018 7:24pm | Abby Moses

Recently, LHS hired a new Head Spirit Coach, Meredith Winnefeld. Winnefeld’s resume and qualifications for the job are astounding. She graduated in 2012 from Arapahoe High School, where she was a member of Toms, track and field and DECA. Winnefeld then attended Arizona State University […]

Littleton students race in first ever Color Run

April 25, 2018 4:56pm | Hannah Sanders

Monday April 23, LHS students ran around the school for Prom week’s Color Run. As part of Prom week’s spirit day, students wore white during the day, ending much more colorful by the end of the race. The colors are a part of this year’s […]

Senior Molly Rosales awarded full ride scholarship

April 24, 2018 5:45pm | Zach Maguire

For most high school students, Mondays are the most dreaded day of the week that they must get through in order to reach Friday. However, for senior Molly Rosales, Monday became a day of big celebrations and big checks. This is because Rosales was awarded […]

FBLA means business at State

April 23, 2018 2:53am | Sarah Urtz

On Wednesday, 31 students from Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) traveled to Vail, Colorado to compete at their final conference of the year, the State conference. The students stayed two nights in Vail, returning home on Friday afternoon after lots of wins, laughs and […]

Urtz, Zieper win Model United Nations Best Delegation

April 22, 2018 9:32pm | Addi Iken

Yesterday from 9am-4pm, four students from LHS attended a Model United Nations (MUN) meeting at Kent Denver. Seniors Sarah Urtz and Avery Zieper were a delegation (team), and juniors Sam Glaser and Andrew Mottram were also a delegation. Urtz and Zieper received the top, “Best […]

Student athletes sign to play sports in college

April 16, 2018 7:32pm | Abby Moses

On the morning of Wednesday, April 11, numerous seniors signed to commit to play a sport for a college. These top athletes committed to different types of sports, including basketball, cross country and track. The students who signed were Maleia Holyfield for basketball at Chapman […]