More than three-dozen Littleton Public Schools’ Career and Technical Education students and teachers/advisors took time out of their summer breaks to attend and prepare for national leadership conferences throughout the country.
Seven students and one teacher/advisor from Littleton Health Sciences attended the 2017 HOSA Future Health Professionals National Leadership Conference, June 21-25, in Orlando, Fla. Shortly after, another seven students and one teacher/advisor from Arapahoe High School attended the 2017 Future Business Leaders of America National Leadership Conference, June 29-July 2, in Anaheim, Calif.
Meanwhile, 30 students, six teachers/advisors and Mimi Leonard, LPS’ Career and Technical Education coordinator, attended the 2017 Technology Student Association National Conference, also held June 21-25 in Orlando. Students from Powell and Euclid middle schools and Arapahoe, Heritage and Littleton high schools participated in a variety of competitive events. Several students placed top 10 in the nation.
Students were invited to attend these prestigious conferences after qualifying at state level in the spring.
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