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Dress Code for Outerwear
Hey, Mustangs! The weather is finally cooling off and we are starting to see jackets again. The PBIS team would like to remind you of the dress code for outerwear. The following is directly from the parent student handbook: outerwear (jackets, coats, sweaters, sweatshirts, raincoats) is designed to be worn outside as weather dictates. Students must remove outerwear in the school or classroom. Students may wear sweaters and sweatshirts that conform to district dress code colors (solid dark green, ash gray, burgundy, black, or white) inside the school building and in the classroom. No logos or labels showing on the outerwear, unless it is the school or district logo.
That means, if a piece of outerwear is to be worn inside the classroom, it must be a solid uniform top color (dark green, ash gray, burgundy), black, or white. It must be free of any logo (unless a school or district logo). If the outerwear does not match these requirements, students may not wear it inside. However, students may wear it outside. Please note that blue is not an approved dress code top color and we will not permit it in the classroom. Should you have any questions, please reach out to your child's teacher.
We have been having a challenge at pickup time. We have multiple families and students that need to use our handicapped spaces including students with wheelchairs. We know the parking lot is crazy, but at no time should a car without a handicapped sticker or plate use the handicapped parking spaces. We will be addressing this with people as it occurs, but we ask for you compassion and assistance.
Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalist
Congratulations to Jackie Davis, a kindergarten teacher at Country Place Leadership Academy. Jackie is a semi-finalist for the 2018 Arizona English Language (EL) Teacher of the Year. We invite you to read more about this honor in our press release.
Boys And Girls Club Partnership
Our Littleton champions are partnering with the Boys and Girls Club starting in October 2018. All kindergarten through 8th grade students have the opportunity to join. The program starts right after school and stays open until 8:00 p.m. Transportation is available from all schools to the Underdown Learning Center. Enroll now to secure your spot. Please call 623.932.1154 and see our Boys and Girls Club flyer for additional details.
Notice of Pesticide Application
If applicable, please view our notices of pesticide applications.
Tax Credit Information
Reduce your Arizona state tax by contributing to Littleton Elementary District schools! The state of Arizona allows taxpayers to take advantage of wonderful tax credits. Please consider donating to the Littleton Elementary District schools. Simply download, print, and return a form to the district office or any one of our schools today. Our goal is to double the amount collected last year. We need your help to accomplish this! Remember, a tax credit is better than a tax deduction.
Art Education Page
We have a new district Art Education page. We will be adding new things to the page in the coming weeks, so visit often.
Keeping Our Kids Healthy
Children and adolescents should limit recreational use of a computer to less than two hours a day, according to Healthy People 2020. Daily physical activity for 60 minutes is recommended to keep our kids healthy. We encourage you to make physical activity fun and get in on the action!
Activity is essential for growing children to:
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