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CCSD students excel at Regional Science and Engineering Fair

CCSD students excel at Regional Science and Engineering Fair

Submitted by CCSD Cherry Creek School District students presented some outstanding projects at the 2014 Regional Denver Metropolitan Science and Engineering Fair, March 5, at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. More than 600 students in sixth to 12th grade from schools across the metro area participated in categories ranging from cellular and molecular […]

DU law school’s specialty programs ranked in U.S. News & World Report Top 15

DU law school’s specialty programs ranked in U.S. News & World Report Top 15

The University of Denver Sturm College of Law ranks 68th on the U.S. News & World Report annual list of law schools and programs, with four of the school’s specialized programs ranked among the nation’s best. The publication’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools” survey ranks Denver Law among the nation’s top law schools, tied with Loyola […]

LPS students participate in health occupations leadership conference

LPS students participate in health occupations leadership conference

Health Occupations Students of American Student Leadership Conference was recently held in Pueblo with 60 students from the Littleton Health Science program participating and competing in more than 60 events. Students in the Health Sciences program attend schools in the Littleton, Douglas County, Englewood, Sheridan and Cherry Creek school districts. Thirty-six of the students were […]

A ‘Timeless Moment’

A ‘Timeless Moment’

Students, teachers recognized at annual Teacher Appreciation Night   Submitted by Emily de Schweinitz Taylor Setting aside immediate concerns of homework and nightly class prep, on March 19, hundreds of students, teachers and local community members gathered for the 13th Annual Teacher Appreciation Night sponsored by the Denver Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ […]

Seniors honor inspirational teachers

Seniors honor inspirational teachers

Annual tribute hosted by LDS Church    Submitted by LDS Church Littleton Stake “A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind, and touches a heart.” This was the theme for the 12th annual Teacher Appreciation dinner held on March 11. The event, sponsored by the Littleton Stake of The Church of Jesus of Latter-day Saints, […]

Littleton Academy students compete in Seaperch

Littleton Academy students compete in Seaperch

Littleton Academy students recently tied for second in the Seaperch competition held in Colorado Springs. The competition of remotely operated underwater vehicles consists of two parts: the obstacle course and the design challenge. The students on the team – Marisa Hardy, Laura Schoenhals and Ananya Tandri, armed with their underwater robots – took first in […]

CCSD students off to National Mathcounts in Orlando

CCSD students off to National Mathcounts in Orlando

Submitted by CCSD For the second consecutive year, the Challenge School Mathcounts team, coached by math teacher Matt Bixby, took top honors in the Colorado Mathcounts Competition on March 15. The Campus Middle School team took sixth place. Challenge School seventh-grader Anjalie Kini and eighth-grader Isani Singh placed third and fourth in the individual competition […]

LPS students attend technology conference

LPS students attend technology conference

The annual Colorado Technology Student Association conference was held Feb. 27 –through March 1 at the Denver Tech Center Marriott. Students from Littleton Public Schools’ middle and high schools attended what was the largest state conference for TSA with 1,163 students in attendance. LPS was well represented – 39 from Euclid Middle School, 63 from […]

Littleton Public Schools putting 3B bond money to work

Littleton Public Schools putting 3B bond money to work

Some schools have waiting lists    By Tom Barry Scott Murphy’s world has changed significantly since his last interview with The Villager. On the afternoon before last year’s election, the Littleton Public Schools superintendent abruptly ended the discussion when asked direct questions about the 3B ballot issue. Little more than five weeks later, a student […]

Cherry Creek Schools Foundation Luncheon honors students, leaders

Cherry Creek Schools Foundation Luncheon honors students, leaders

By Glory Weisberg The Cherry Creek Schools Foundation Luncheon featured Columbine High School graduate, Nirvan Mullick, who made a YouTube film, Caine’s Arcade, about 9-year-old Caine Monroy. Monroy built a cardboard arcade in his dad’s auto parts store one summer, charging $1 per person, hoping to raise $25,000 for his college education. At first Monroy couldn’t get […]

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