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No Animals on School Property

No Animals on School Property

Please remember no animals are allowed on school property.  We have students with a dander allergy and some who are afraid.  We appreciate you following our school policy. 

Wilder Accountability Committee

Wilder Accountability Committee

Wilder Accountability Committee Please feel free to attend the Wilder Accountability Committee meetings. WAC meets once a month on Monday evenings at 6:30 p.m. in the library. All Laura Ingalls Wilder Elementary School parents and community members are welcome at WAC meetings; however those co...

Drop off/pick  & Parking

Drop off/pick & Parking

Wilder has two drop off/pick up areas.  One is The Columbine United Church (the church graciously allows Wilder to use their parking lot), and the other one is on the East side of the school. At the church lot please remember safety rules as our children are trying to get to school and get to ...

Bridges with Number Corner- Resource & Orientation Sessions for Parents

Bridges with Number Corner- Resource & Orientation Sessions for Parents

 Littleton Public Schools has adopted Bridges with Number Corner as our elementary mathematics resource. Learn more about this resource at  www.mathlearningcenter.org Littleton Public Schools will host orientation sessions for parents on the following dates. These will be held in the Bo...

Individual Student Pictures- Thursday, August 27th

Individual Student Pictures- Thursday, August 27th

Individual Student Pictures: • PICTURE DAY - Thursday, August 27th (gymnasium) • SIBLING PHOTOS from 8:45 am until 9:15 am • Please pay SEPARATELY for each student – envelopes came home in 8/20 Thursday folder from your teachers. • Make payment to VAN GOGH SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS • Payment envel...

School Lunch Meal Prices

School Lunch Meal Prices

It is our goal to keep meal prices affordable to families and we are proud that we are able to keep our meal prices lower than many other school districts. Due to state and federal mandates through the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 and increased food costs, beginning in July our meal prices w...

Application for meal benefits
(free-or-reduced lunch)

LPS Nutrition Services 

End of year lunch charges

What Prints Do Your PAWS Make?


Wilder Is a PBIS School!

PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. Wilder fosters a positive school environment. Our school joins over 7,500 schools worldwide, including more than 700 in Colorado and 18 in LPS, which have implemented PBIS.

All 1st-5th grade students attended an assembly of PBIS at Wilder and were introduced or reminded of our Wilder Wildcat PAWS-itive behavior expectations:

            P – Practice respect                                                              

       A – Always be kind                                                                            

           W – Work Responsible

           S – Stay Safe

From now until the end of the year, we will be focusing on behavioral expectations for all settings of the school (Bathroom, Playground, Cafeteria, and Hallways).  The Wilder expectations (PAWS) will be clearly seen throughout the building on posters indicating appropriate behavior expectations for all settings. Students will be acknowledged by staff members for making appropriate choices (the expected PAWS “print”) through PAWS tickets. At the end of the week, students in Kindergarten through 2nd grade will place their PAWS tickets into grade level buckets.  One PAWS ticket will be drawn from each grade level class for a special prize. 3rd through 5th graders will have the opportunity to “spend” their PAWS at our famous PAWS store, twice a month.

Students will also participate in activities and lessons during the year which emphasize “PAWS” and the expected characteristics of a Wilder Wildcat. Our theme is, “What prints do your PAWS make?” We will continue to have skill words, definitions, and examples throughout the school year to help students learn how to follow the Wilder expectations and more importantly, put those skills in action!


So what is PBIS?

Research shows that teaching positive behavior along with acknowledgement of those expected behaviors is more effective than punishing negative behavior. Rather than a prescribed program or curriculum, PBIS provides systems for schools to design, implement, and evaluate school-wide procedures and processes intended for all students and all staff in all settings.

For information about PBIS, see their website at http://www.pbis.org/ or contact Devon Reinert, Dean of Students, at dreinert@lps.k12.co.us or (303) 347-4954.









Front Office

Office/Call Box Hours:
8:15 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. 

Fax: 303-347-4755

Susan Dalton, Principal sdalton@lps.k12.co.us

Devon Reinert, Dean of Students dreinert@lps.k12.co.us

Chris Krutsche, Principal's Secretary ckrutsche@lps.k12.co.us

Chris Marsh, School Secretary cmarsh@lps.k12.co.us  

Attendance Line  303-734-5910

School Hours

Wilder Tour Schedule

Wilder Preschool

School Age Child Care (SACC)    303-347-4770

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