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Washington DC Trip 2015

Washington DC Trip 2015

Washington D.C./New York City tour - May 25-30, 2015 Open to all 7th & 8th grade students Informational meeting: Thursday, September 11, 6:30 in the band room (503)

7th Grade Track and Field Begins

7th Grade Track and Field Begins

The 7th grade Track and Field meeting is TODAY, Tuesday, August 26th in room 310 beginning at 2:55. The meeting will be short. See Ms. Timinski or Mr. Wilmes for information if you can not attend today's meeting. Practice starts Thursday, August 28th.

Back to School Night

Back to School Night

Back to School night is on Tuesday, August 26th starting at 6:30. Your student will bring home information as the date approaches. We look forward to seeing you on the 26th! Back to School Night Schedule

Track and Field is around the corner

Track and Field is around the corner

Track and Field will begin in August for 8th grade and September for 6th and 7th grade. See Mr. Worsley for 8th grade information and Mr. Wilmes for 6th/7th grade information!

First day of School

First day of School

We want to inform you of a calendar change for the beginning of the upcoming 2014-2015 school year.School will be starting on Friday, August 15, 2014, not Monday, August 18 as originally scheduled. Please see the district page for more information

Welcome to Newton

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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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

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.

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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