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Students Attend Railsbridge

Students Attend Railsbridge

Nine Arapahoe students attended Railsbridge on Friday and Saturday. Railsbridge is an opportunity for young women to learn more about coding and, specifically, about programming using Ruby on Rails. Friday . . .

National Signing Day at AHS

National Signing Day at AHS

Arapahoe High School honored 13 scholar-athletes at our signing day ceremony held on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 . . .

New Artwork in the Library

New Artwork in the Library

Stop by the Library to see new artwork on the walls from some of our amazing artists at Arapahoe.

Scholastic Art Awards of Colorado

Scholastic Art Awards of Colorado

Congratulations to the following four Arapahoe students who have been recognized for their artistic achievements with the Scholastic Art Awards of Colorado. Over 5,000 original student artwork from across the state were submitted to this year's competition, and awards are given to the students whose work displays outstanding technique and originality. The winners . . .

Club Photos for Yearbook

The next round of club photos for the yearbook will start at 2:30 p.m on Thursday, February 4 on the theatre stage. The following clubs are scheduled for next Thursday:

Computer Science Field Trip to Galvanize

Computer Science Field Trip to Galvanize

Students in the Intro to Computer Science classes had the opportunity to visit the Platte Campus of Galvanize. Galvanize is a combination coding school, co-working space, and venture capital firm. Students got to tour the space and talk with Graham, their tech evangelist.



Portal Mobile Id

The "district id" for the Infinite Campus Mobile App (iOS, Google Play, Amazon App) is YPGLLP. To download the apps, search the app stores or login to the portal and click on the appropriate link.

Arbitration Reports

Experts release reports as part of arbitration process

Board of Education to formally hear from experts January 21, 2016

The Littleton Public Schools Board of Education entered into an arbitration agreement with the Davis Family on April 2, 2015 in part to better understand the events that led up to the shooting on December 13, 2013 at Arapahoe High School and the LPS response to those events. This process was the next of many steps previously taken by LPS to examine and improve many of the district’s internal and external processes and procedures.

Prior to the arbitration agreement, in the weeks following the release of the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s report in October 2014, Littleton Public Schools asked several national safety and mental health experts to review district protocols and procedures in the areas of safety and mental health. These experts shared their preliminary findings and general knowledge with the district’s newly formed Safety and Mental Health Advisory Committee in January 2015 to inform the committee’s work moving forward.  In conjunction with the arbitration agreement, Littleton Public Schools asked these same independent experts to conduct more in-depth, independent reviews of LPS safety and mental health protocols and procedures prior to December 13, 2013, on December 13, 2013, and since that day.

As stipulated by the arbitration agreement, all reports and documents related to the arbitration process are being made available beginning today, January 18, 2016 at 9 a.m. Links to the reports are below:

  • Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Brian Ewert has prepared a report to the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education to provide an overview of the district’s response related to safety, mental health and communications and to answer questions the community has asked.  His report also introduces two, more in-depth expert reports.
  • Dr. Linda Kanan is an expert in adolescent mental health as it relates to school violence.  She is currently an adjunct faculty member for the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver.  She has an extensive background working as a school psychologist in high schools and was the first director of the Colorado School Safety Resource Center.  She consults with school districts in Colorado and across the country and is widely respected for her work in the field of school safety.
  • Dr. John Nicoletti of Nicoletti-Flater Associates, who collaborated on sections of the Kanan Report, is a national expert in policy, psychology, violence risk assessment, workplace and school violence prevention, as well as an expert in crisis intervention and trauma recovery. He is widely respected for his training with school districts around Colorado and his assessment and consulting on cases of school threat assessment around the country.  Two other individuals from Nicoletti-Flater Associates also contributed to the Kanan Report.
  • Michael Dorn, the executive director of Safe Havens International (SHI), is an international expert on campus safety and the author of 27 books on the topic. SHI is the world’s largest school safety center. In this pro-bono project, he leads a team of 11 K-12 school safety experts from multiple disciplines who have worked in almost every state and two dozen countries.  This team conducted the SHI review of this incident.

“LPS looks forward to reviewing and learning from all of the reports prepared by experts in school safety and mental health as a result of this arbitration agreement,” said Ewert.  “We are always looking for ways to improve our processes and procedures in all areas of our organization.”

“The Board will have an opportunity to hear directly from the safety and mental health experts whom Mr. Ewert asked to review our processes, and we look forward to that opportunity,” said LPS Board of Education President Jack Reutzel.

Arbitration Reports

Superintendent Ewert's Report to the Board of Education regarding AHS

Kanan, et al. AHS Report

Safe Havens International AHS Report

The University of Colorado Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence Report

The University of Colorado Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence Executive Summary

The LPS Board of Education will formally receive the Kanan and Safe Havens International findings and discuss their reports:

Special LPS Board of Education Meeting
Thursday, January 21, 2016
4 p.m.
Education Services Center
5776 S. Crocker St.
Littleton, CO  80120

There will be a press conference following this special meeting.  Experts Dr. Linda Kanan, Dr. John Nicoletti, and Michael Dorn will be available to answer questions related to their reports.  Superintendent Brian Ewert will also make a statement.

Press Conference
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Following the LPS Board of Education Meeting
Education Services Center
5776 S. Crocker St.
Littleton, CO  80120


Library Group Study Room Reservations Now Online

You can now reserve the Study Rooms in the Library in advance online. Check out the calendars to see when they're available, and then fill out the Google Form to request a room. If you're reserving during final exams, please indicate which exam period you wish to reserve.

You can still reserve them in person at the circulation desk and, even if you reserve a room online, you'll still need to check in at the circulation desk when you arrive to use your room.



Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network
303.730.3303 (24-hour crisis line)
303.730.8858 (Information and Intakes)


Additional Mental Health Resources Outside of LPS (pdf)

Pay Fees Online

You may now pay your fees online with a credit card! Click here for instructions .

(You must have an Infinite Campus Portal account - if you do not have one please visit this link to find out how to sign up.)

There is a $2.00 convenience fee that will be added to your transaction. You may pay multiple fees and for mulitple students with one transaction fee.


Update Contact Information

In order to use our Parent Communication system effectively, we need parents to
verify that their contact information is correct. Here are
the instructions .
Thank you.


Low-Cost Home Internet Access

Both Comcast and CenturyLink offer low-cost, high-speed Internet access for families that qualify. Click on the images below to take you to their respective programs.

Comcast CenturyLink




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Main office hours are 6:30 am - 3:00 pm

2201 E. Dry Creek Road
Centennial, CO 80122

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