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Flu season is back!

February 15, 2017 3:59am | Juana Arroyo-Arellano

Every year we look forward to our favorite seasons, whether it is fall, summer, winter or spring. Unfortunately, at this time of year, we all have to prepare for flu season to come around at some point as well. Flu season typically falls during the […]

Punt Pass Kick Award to Lauren Law

February 9, 2017 3:57am | Katie Hill

The PPK or the Punt Pass Kick Award from the NFL was a plaque award offered locally to kids who are  into football on January 27 of this year. Lauren Law,a  freshman here at Littleton, won this award. The the prizes included a plaque, a […]

Betsy DeVos should not be Secretary of Education | Opinion

January 25, 2017 4:44pm | Colin McCormick

The nomination of Betsy DeVos for Education Secretary has raised eyebrows both for what she has done in public education in the past and the lack of experience she brings, leaving her woefully unprepared to take on the broad responsibilities of the education department. The […]

What to do over Thanksgiving Break

November 23, 2016 6:44am | Colin McCormick

Whether it be sitting around a huge dining room table packed with people or a quiet bowl of cereal, the nine days of Thanksgiving Break are upon us. And hopefully, there will be other things we do besides eat, but that means we might be […]

Teens dive into the lives of authors at the first annual teen book con

October 17, 2016 12:44am | Ashlyn Moore

On Saturday, all throughout Colorado, teenagers were invited to Littleton High school for the first annual Teen Book-Con sponsored by Tattered Cover Book store.   Around 400 teens were at Littleton  on Saturday for the first annual Teen Book-Con, held by Tattered Cover Book store. […]

Greater Tuna could not be greater

October 13, 2016 2:28pm | Sarah Urtz

Welcome to Tuna, the third smallest town in the great state of Texas. However, don’t be fooled– it may be small, but it fills the Mane Stage. With a cast of hilariously opinionated townspeople, audience members may feel like they just landed right smack in the […]

Ten tips and tricks for enjoying homecoming

September 24, 2016 5:08am | Ashlyn Moore

Littleton’s homecoming week is coming to a close, so here are some tips on how to enjoy the dance on Saturday. The first tip is to go to dinner with friends. Enjoy a nice meal before the dance. Tip number two, from sophomore, Lydia Tomlinson […]

Parent teacher conferences held early this year

September 18, 2016 5:59am | Katie Hill

This evening, conferences were held from 4 to 7:30 pm at a much earlier date than in years past. Usually in held in October, the first conferences were held in September this year. Conferences were held this early to further benefit students. All the teachers set […]

What is growth mindset?

September 15, 2016 6:18pm | Sarah Urtz

If you are a living, breathing human in the halls of LHS, chances are you have heard the term “growth mindset”. The phrase was coined by teachers and staff members this year and has seemingly become the school’s new mantra. But growth mindset is not […]

StuCo 2016-2017 has arrived

May 10, 2016 10:04am |

Today, Monday May 9, leaders of the LHS student body came out in front of class assemblies to tell their peers why they should be elected to serve LHS on the executive Student Council board for the 2016-2017 school year. All the candidates put forth […]