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Scholastic Book Fair

Scholastic Book Fair

Scholastic Book Fair will be held in the Newton Library starting Monday, October 27th –Friday, October 31st. The fair will open Wed, October 29th at 8:30 during late start Wednesday! We will have donuts and coffee  from  8:30-10:30.  Please come early to browse our bookfair before...

Lost and Found

Lost and Found

All lost and found items will be on display during conferences on Oct 15th and 16th. Any unclaimed items will be donated to the Goodwill on Oct 17th!

Newton Welcomes Open Enroll Students

Newton Welcomes Open Enroll Students

Littleton Public Schools offers many educational choices to resident and nonresident parents and students. State law allows nonresidents to enroll students in LPS or any other Colorado school without paying tuition when state and district guidelines are followed.

7th Grade Girls Basketball

7th Grade Girls Basketball

 Are you a 7th grade girl? Do you have an interest in playing basketball for Newton? Do you like to have fun? If so, there is a short basketball meeting after school TOMORROW, October 9th in Mr. Worsley's Room 110. If you cannot make the meeting, 

8th Grade Girls Basketball Starts This Week

8th Grade Girls Basketball Starts This Week

8th Grade girls- Attention! Basketball starts this week. Our interest meeting will be this Tuesday after school in Ms. Timinski's room. The meeting will start at 2:55 and our first practice will be this Thursday. Come out and join the fun.

Parent/Teacher Conferences

We will be conducting Arena Style Conferences on October 15th and 16th. All parents are welcome. In order to avoid congestion and long lines we invite our parents to conference on an assigned evening. Last names that begin with the letters M-Z will conference on Wednesday, October 15th and last names that begin with the letters A-L will conference on Thursday the 16th. The conferences will be held from 3:30 to 7:00 pm. The sixth grade teachers will be available in the cafeteria, seventh grade teachers will be available in the library and our eighth grade teachers, elective teachers and specialists will be available in our gym.

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A Brighter Future Pledge Drive

Donate now to A Brighter Future Pledge Drive. Funds received will support a variety of school initiatives, including renovations to the mini-theatre, enhancement programs, updated technology, supplies, and teacher grants. Visit our donation pages to make a recurring donation or go to the one time donation page for a one time donation.











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The students, staff and parents of Newton Middle School seek to develop internationally minded students who have the knowledge, skills and personal attributes to take their places as 21st century citizens. To this end our school delivers a rigorous, balanced curriculum that enables all students to reach their highest potential. Our school provides a caring climate that encourages tolerance, responsible risk-taking and promotes cultural understanding and the development of character. We are a community of compassionate lifelong learners.
District Announcements

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Increase in LPS Meal Prices

The Littleton Public Schools Nutrition Services program must increase breakfast and lunch prices due to federal pricing requirements. Due to careful planning, this is only the second price increase in nine years despite the fact that the price of nutritionally dense food as well as labor costs continue to increase. This cost increase represents the district’s best effort to make the mandatory price increase while remaining sensitive to the needs of parents and families. More Information...

LPS Bond Update

Thanks to the generous support of the Littleton Public Schools’ community, bond election 3B passed by a margin of 60 percent last November. Measure 3B allows LPS to raise $80 million in funds for school repairs without increasing the current tax rate. Much needed repairs are slated for every school and district facility.Visit the LPS 2013 Bond website to learn more. Thank you for your continued support of our schools!

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Mike Jones, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources or Melissa Cooper, Director of Special Education and Student Support Services.
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