COVID-19 Updates

Superintendent Community Town Hall Meetings

We hope you can join us for our upcoming online Superintendent Community Town Hall meetings. This will be an opportunity for you to provide feedback on the planning for next school year. We will host two meetings, one on Wednesday, May 27 and one on Thursday, May 28. Both meetings will begin at 4:30 p.m. on Zoom. Feel free to join on the day that best fits your schedule. Our governing board will be using the feedback you provide as well as input from staff and students to discuss the reopening of schools at their next meeting scheduled for June 9.

Zoom Meeting Invite for May 27, 2020

The following information allows you to access the Zoom invitation. Click on the link below to start the meeting.

Zoom Meeting Invite for May 28, 2020

The following information allows you to access the Zoom invitation. Click on the link below to start the meeting.

Summer Packets


Did you know that you can help support our classrooms with every Amazon online order? The Littleton Education Foundation registered with AmazonSmile, and AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice. It is a very simple process to connect, and it is free. Please consider choosing the Littleton Education Foundation through AmazonSmile the next time you are placing orders online with Amazon. For more information, please check out our AmazonSmile flyer.


Are you new to the community? Need to enroll your child in school for either this year or next school year? We are still enrolling. If you need assistance, send an email to and one of our enrollment specialists will be able to help you.

Kindergarten Enrollment
Are you looking for free all-day kindergarten for your child? Our kinder classes are filling up now for the 2020–2021 school year. Act now to get your school of choice. Enrollment documents are available on our Enrollment page. You can also email us for help. Be sure to check out the kindergarten readiness program that you can do from home.

Social Emotional Learning

The Littleton social worker team has been working to put together activities, worksheets, resources, and different technology outlets for social emotional learning. Please see below to learn more. 

Signature Field Trips

Attention, future 6th and 7th graders! As a result of the current situation and the uncertainty of how next year will start, we are postponing the signature field trips. Please see our signature field trips flyer for more information.

    Resources for Academic Learning

    Many of you have inquired about online resources to keep your child academically engaged during the school closure. Here is a list of online resources broken out by grade levels and subjects that you can use.


    If you are looking for an additional math resource for your child all Littleton students now have access to DreamBox, an online math program that will supplement the instruction provided in the weekly instructional packets. To access Dreambox, have your child log in to Clever and follow the instructions on the flyer you will find there.

    COVID-19 FAQs

    You have questions about COVID-19, we have answers! Please check out the frequently asked questions below.

    Community Update - March 30, 2020

    We thank you for your support and patience as we have made the transition to remote learning during this unprecedented school closure. At this time, it appears we will have to continue on this path as this morning Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman, announced they are extending the closures of schools for the rest of the school year. Please see our March 30 letter for details.

    Community update - March 20, 2020

    Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman have announced they are extending the closure of all Arizona schools until April 10. Therefore, all Littleton District schools, school offices, and district office will remain closed to the public until that time. Please read our March 20 letter to parents to learn more.

    Community update - March 16, 2020

    Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman have announced the closure of all Arizona schools until March 27. Therefore, all Littleton District schools will remain closed until March 27th. As we have done from the very beginning, Littleton Elementary School District is following the guidance and expertise of local and national health officials to help protect the health of our students and employees. Please continue to monitor our website, Remind texts, and our social media sites for more updates.

    Community Update - March 13, 2020

    All Littleton Elementary schools will remain closed during the week of Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20. Students will not return to school after spring break, but rather will return on Monday March 23, 2020. Please read through our March 13 district update for additional information.

    COVID-19 Update - March 12, 2020

    In the Littleton District, the health and safety of our students and staff is our number one priority. Please know that we are monitoring the spread of this infectious disease closely alongside of our public health department. In addition, officials assure us that the risk in our community is currently low. We invite you to read through our March 12 letter to parents to learn more.

    Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

    Attention, Littleton families! We want you to know that Littleton Elementary School District is working to help limit the spread of infection by consistently supplying schools with soap, sanitizers, paper towels, and tissues in our facilities. We have a routine cleaning schedule for all of our campuses because we care about the environment of our students and staff. We also take extra measures prescribed by the Maricopa Department of Public Health when there is any evidence of something that might be community-spread. Currently, there is no confirmed community spread of COVID-19. People should take all of the precautions they might take during any flu season such as good hand-washing, covering a cough, and wiping common area surfaces. Please see the letters below for more information.