Our District News
Check out our first district newsletter of the 2015-2016 school year. It is filled with valuable information!
Please help the PTO raise money to buy NEW PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT!
Orders must be received by November 13th. Payment must be included and made payable to: Littlestown FFA Complete Order Form Here
In order to raise awareness and money to combat this disease National Honor Society is running a district-wide “Red Out” on December 17, 2015.
The School Board will meet in Regular Session on Monday, September 21, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Room. Click the headline to view the Agenda.
The Rotary Club collected hundreds of items by our community members including book bags, binders, folders, pens/pencils, calculators, notebooks, crayons and so much more!
Check out pictures of our Employees with Years of Service Milestones!
Click here to read the Newspaper Article from the Gettysburg Times on our Summer Reading Program and Camp Kindergarten, courtesy of the Gettysburg Times www.gettysburgtimes.com
A message to Parents and Students from Chris Bigger, Superintendent of Schools
The Board Athletic Committee will meet on Monday, August 17, 2015 at 6 pm in the Board Room located in the right wing of Alloway Creek Elementary School. Agenda
The Board of School Director's will meet in regular session Monday, August 17, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. The agenda can be viewed by clicking on this News Release.
Advanced Placement (AP) courses are designed to provide a college-level educational experience to high school students. Many colleges grant credits for high scores on AP Exams, and research shows that a score of 3 or higher is predictive of college success and graduation.
The Pennsylvania State Board of Education took action last week to adopt new cut scores for the state assessment—the PSSA. New cut scores, or dividing points between proficiency levels, were needed due to the change in format and difficulty of the 2015 state assessment. This year’s assessment was based solely on the PA Core Standards, adopted in 2013. These new standards are more rigorous to better prepare students to be college and career ready upon graduation.
Advanced Placement courses provide students with access to college-level curriculum and success on the AP Exams correlates highly to success in college. LHS offers AP courses in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English Literature, Computer Science, Calculus, and US History.
The 86th annual Pennsylvania State FFA convention was held at University Park, Pennsylvania on June 16-18th, 2015. Over 1,400 FFA students from across the state participated in 30 Career Development Events (C.D.E’s) or competitions. Littlestown FFA chapter took two teams to compete in the Forestry C.D.E. as well as the Environmental and Natural Resource C.D.E.
$14 Million Dollar Improvements in Littlestown
ALLISON EYER AT ALLOWAY CREEK WINS AN IPAD MINI!
On May 22nd, two Littlestown FFA students completed the restoration of a 1960 Ford 641 tractor and displayed it at the 30th Littlestown FFA Banquet. The students who completed the project this year were Justin Redman and Jacob Crawmer, both seniors.
On May 8th, 2015 four Littlestown FFA members participated in the Adam’s County Envirothon held at the East Berlin Fish and Game. For the 19th consecutive year, the Littlestown Team took 1st place at the county competition. Members on the team include Hannah Leppo, Kaitlynn Bateman, Rebecca Lee, and Danielle Reed.
A Board Work Session is scheduled on Monday, June 8, 2015 at 7 pm to discuss options for the Building Project Renovations. Agenda
Attached is a Fact Sheet from the Pennsylvania Department of Health on Whooping Cough. Whooping Cough Fact Sheet
Please follow the link in this release to get information on the Building Project Update. Building Project Update