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Church Parking drop off/pick up

Church Parking drop off/pick up

The Columbine United Church graciously allows Wilder to use their parking lot for drop off/pick up as well as parking. Please remember safety rules as our children are trying to get to school and get to their parents. Wait in line patiently, allow extra time . Please travel slowly, you may not see t...

WAC- March 9 at 6:30

WAC- March 9 at 6:30

 As we move closer to the end of the year, it is time to revisit Bylaws and determine meeting topics for the 15/16 school year. Please join us for Wilder Accountability Committee on March 9, 6:30, in the Wilder library. We look forward to hearing your input! Attached you will find the agenda a...

PARCC Testing Starts March 9

PARCC Testing Starts March 9

3rd, 4th, and 5th grade parents, PARCC testing starts March 9th.  Please check with your child's teacher for their testing schedule.  Our state assessment has changed from TCAP to PARCC (Partnership for Assessments of Readiness for College and Careers). You may learn more about th...

Parent Teacher Conferences 03/03-03/05

Parent Teacher Conferences 03/03-03/05

Parent Teacher Conferences are Tuesday, March 3rd - Thursdsay, March 5th.   Please be sure you have scheduled a conference time with your teachers sign up genius. We look forward to seeing everyone at conferences.

March Madness Wilder Roller Skating Party-  Skate City-  March 9, 6-8 pm

March Madness Wilder Roller Skating Party- Skate City- March 9, 6-8 pm

March Madness Wilder Skate Night!!  Monday, March 9th 6-8 pm.  Admission is $4.50, skate rental is $1.50.  Parents skate FREE!!  Wear your favorite jersey!  Dinner specials, dribbling races, and fun. Littleton 5801 S. Lowell Way 303-795-6109

Save the Date-  Saturday, March 14, 2015- Buy Tickets!

Save the Date- Saturday, March 14, 2015- Buy Tickets!

Giddy up and mark your calendars for Saturday, March 14, 2015, because we'll be kicking up our heels for a big deal at Wilder's Spring Fundraiser. This year we are headed to the Wild Wild West at The Stables at the Polo Reserve and it's sure to be a rootin', tootin', boot scootin' night of fun! Bel...

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

LPS Nutrition Services 

 
Dear 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade Parents,
 
Our state assessment has changed from TCAP to PARCC (Partnership for Assessments of Readiness for College and Careers). You may learn more about the PARCC assessment from the following websites:
               http://www.parcconline.org/for-parents
 
The PARCC assessment has two testing windows. The first assessment is the PARCC- Performance Based Assessment (PBA). The testing window is; March 9, 2015- April 3, 2015.  Teachers will be sending out classroom testing schedules. The second assessment for PARCC-End of Year (EOY) will be April 27-May 22. Teachers will let you know your child’s schedule for this assessment when we get closer to the test window. 
 
As always, we want our students to do their very best. We encourage a healthy breakfast and a good night’s sleep. Please plan your family/sports trips accordingly. It is very helpful to know ahead of time if you will not be in school during testing. If you have an unavoidable absence, please let your teacher know and always call the attendance reporting line.  For each testing window we have a makeup schedule in place.
 
The PARCC differs from TCAP in several ways. The main difference is that all testing will be online. We have been preparing students for this new format and are confident that they are ready!
 
If you have any questions about PARCC/Assessments, please feel free to contact, Devon Reinert, Dean of Students.   dreinert@lps.k12.co.us, 303-347-4954
 
Littleton Public Schools
  

Assessment Testing Calendar


2014–2015
 
Contact your child's school for information regarding the school's assessment calender.
 
 
 
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding State Assessments
(PARCC and CMAS)
 
Should students come to school if parents have decided to not allow their child to participate in the assessment?
  • If your child is not going to participate in the assessment, do not send your child to school during scheduled assessment sessions.
  • Parents must provide written notification to the school in order to opt-out of the state assessment. Neither LPS nor individual schools provide standardized forms for this purpose.
  • The curricular activity during a school’s scheduled assessment time is the state assessment. 
  • Supervision will not be provided for students who are not being tested.
  • Outside of the scheduled assessment time, regular instruction will occur and students are expected to be in attendance.
 
What is the assessment schedule?
  • Each building will set the testing schedule and regular class instruction occurs daily. 
  • Check with your school for their schedule of testing and instruction.
 
My child takes the alternate assessment, however, I have decided to not allow them to participate. Should my student still come to school?
  • Yes, because the alternate assessment is individually administered, your student should still come to school. He/she will receive instruction if you have decided that they not participate in the alternate assessment. If you have additional questions, please contact your child’s case manager.
 
Will there be alternative transportation?
  • Heritage High School and Arapahoe High School will have a second bus run at the conclusion of scheduled testing. Check your school’s website for the transportation schedule.
  • All other schools will run normal transportation schedules. 
  
How are state assessment results used in Littleton Public Schools?
  • State assessment results have always been one piece of the body of evidence used to make effective and accurate instructional decisions for students.
  • State assessment results are not shown on high school transcripts with the exception of the ACT score.
     
We encourage parents to express their concerns and expectations regarding state assessments to our legislators:
Senator Linda Newell
linda.newell.senate@gmail.com
303.866.4846
Senator David Balmer
david.balmer.senate@state.co.us
303.866.4883
Representative Kathleen Conti
kathleen.conti.house@state.co.us
303.866.2953
Representative Daniel Kagan
repkagan@gmail.com
303.866.2921
Representative Jack Tate
jack.tate.house@state.co.us
303.866.5510
 
Thank you for your continued support of Littleton Public Schools!
 

 

 

 

 

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303-347-4750

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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 Secretary ckrutsche@lps.k12.co.us

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

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