Good News from the Schools

Things are constantly moving in our growing district! This is the page where we keep you informed about great things that are going on, so be sure to check back often! To view previous "Good News" events, please view one of the archived newsletters.

100 Days Old

We celebrated 100 days of school! Our kindergarteners celebrated being 100 days brighter by dressing up and participating in bunches of fun activities. Some of our teachers and paras also dressed up to get in the 100 days spirit!

Littleton Firebird January Updates

Our students enjoy and have engaged in reading buddies all year long. Teachers collaborate around the location, best peer partners, and the resources used to engage both learners. This is our opportunity to invest in literacy outside of the traditional classroom environment. We also had our epic Firebird assembly earlier this month. This is our opportunity to celebrate student achievement, walk to read success, and most importantly, build community in our school with staff and students. This is a great time for us to show our Firebird pride!

National Boards

Congratulations to Collier’s Ms. Chersti Thomack and all Littleton leaders who earned their national board certification. Way to go!

Celebrating Our Leaders

County Place Leadership Academy recently celebrated all the Mustangs of the month as well as honor roll students. The students were excited to be acknowledged for their hard work both academically and in following the seven habits. We would also like to thank all the parents who were able to attend the assemblies. We love seeing you on campus!

Medieval Education

Members of the Kingdom of Uberia came to educate our 6th and 7th grade students on the ways of the Renaissance era. Students were invited to watch a medieval sword fight, learn about family crest origins, and were introduced to the art of leatherwork.

Service Careers

The Phoenix Fire Department came to visit our kindergarten and first grade classes to talk about fire safety and allow the students to explore the inside of the truck. A big thank you to Clyde Reyes from the Phoenix Fire Department for allowing this experience!