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WEB Application for 2014-2015

WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) is a nationally recognized middle school transition program that welcomes sixth graders and helps them settle in to a new school. In this program, NMS eighth graders are selected to serve as positive role models and mentors to incoming sixth graders and current seventh g...

Year End Field Trips

This year, on the last day of school, Friday, May 23rd, 2014, all students at Newton Middle School will be participating in one of three field trips for each grade level.  The Field Trips are as follows: 6th Grade- Brunswick Zone Bowling Alley 7th Grade- Fun City Activity Center ...

Run with the Knights

Run with the Knights, Newton's annual fun run/walk will take place on May 20th during the school beginning at the following times: 6th grade at 12:45 pm 7th grade at 9:30 am 8th grade at 8:00 am Please see Mr. Blake or Ms. Plegge for more details 

Registration for current 6th and 7th graders

REGISTRATION for current 6th and 7th grade students will be taking place on the following dates: April 10th and 11th, distribution of registration cards to the students during 6th and 7th grade social studies. April 17 and 18th, registration cards are due back, current 6th and 7th grade ...

CMAS Testing Approaching

CMAS (Colorado Measures of Academic Success) testing is around the corner, This year the 7th grade social studies students and 8th grade science students will take the tests. 8th grade science:  April 14th, 15th, 17th, 18th, 22nd and 23rd during science classes. 7th grade social stu...

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Cyber Savvy Parent Workshop

All LPS Parents are invited to a special workshop addressing the challenges of parenting in a world of ever-changing technology. Mini-Workshop Topics:

  • Helping Your Child Make Positive Cyber Choices
  • Laws and Legal Consequence (sexting, threats, etc.)
  • Student Perspectives

Cyber-Savvy Parent Workshop (En Espanol)

April 28, 2014 6:30-8:30pm

Registration Mandatory




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Cyber-Savvy Parent

LPS is committed to promoting a safe and healthy "cyber climate" for all students.  This site is designed to provide a central location for resources to support parents in a world of ever-changing technology. Go to lps2.it/cybersavvy for more information.

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NMS Vision
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

PARENTS – BE SURE TO UPDATE YOUR PARENT PORTAL CONTACT INFORMATION!
Please check to be sure all addresses and phone numbers are correct. It is very important that this information is correct, as this is the contact information that Newton and LPS uses for Alert Now messages.

  • After logging in to your Portal account, click on the “Household Information" link to verify or change your information.

LPS Night at The Rockies

In appreciation of Littleton Public Schools' support this season, the Colorado Rockies and Littleton Public Schools Foundation would like to invite all students, family members, employees and volunteers to come and enjoy an exciting game at Coors Field. A portion of each ticket sold will benefit the Foundation's work in Littleton Public Schools. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a game at Coors Field while supporting your local community. Tickets range in price from $10-$20.

Get your tickets here!

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