Littleton Public Schools

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Littleton Public Schools is a school district in Littleton, Colorado which serves several communities south of central Denver in the Denver metropolitan area.

Scott Murphy is the superintendent. He replaced Stan Scheer, who is now superintendent of the Murrieta Valley Unified School District in Murrieta, California.

Diana Holland is the president of the Board of Education.

Steve Spangler, known for his experiments on local TV station 9news, acts as a science consultant for the school district. He helps students get motivated and more interested in the hands-on aspect of science.

Littleton is known for the shooting at Columbine High School, yet Columbine is not in the city of Littleton and is not a part of Littleton Public Schools. Columbine High School is a part of Jefferson County Public Schools.



Elementary schools

  • Centennial Academy of Fine Arts Education web site

  • Eugune Field International Baccalaureate Elementary School web site

  • Benjamin Franklin Elementary School web site

  • Carl Sandburg Elementary School web site

  • The Village for Childhood Education (students ages 3–5) web site

  • Laura Ingalls Wilder Elementary School web site

Middle schools

There are four traditional middle schools in Littleton Public Schools and one alternative middle school, serving grades seven through nine:

High schools

Charter schools

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