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Because of her experience as a student in public schools, Ashley Maes decided to home-school her 7-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter. “When I was in school, I never felt challenged,” the Littleton resident said. “I was present in school … more
Thirteen area educators were honored at the 2017 Teacher Appreciation Dinner sponsored by the Littleton Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 12. The annual event allows high school seniors to honor educators, mentors and … more
Robots race at each other in a metallic frenzy, scooping up balls, gears and sprockets as quickly as they can. The collected parts are brought back to their stations and the fuel is loaded before the propellers can start to turn. “The idea … more
The word of the day was “power” as young women from local middle and high schools converged to celebrate the impact unified and empowered women have on the world. “You are totally in control of who you are and what you can do,” said Missy … more
A Littleton Eagle Scout became the first in the Denver area to be awarded a prestigious scouting medal on March 6. Cole Hancock, a Heritage High School senior, received the William T. Hornaday Silver Medal, named for the renowned conservationist … more
With population expected to continue to grow in the south metro area, Littleton Public Schools is starting to plan for the future. The district is putting together a long-range planning committee that will be charged with reviewing facilities, … more
A former Littleton Public Schools teacher has been arrested on suspicion that he repeatedly sexually assaulted a student between 1996 and 1998. Michael Camelio, 70, was arrested at his home in Highlands Ranch by the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s … more
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