Thursday, September 21, 2017

Home Games at Alumni Field during the Fall Sports Season

Message from Athletic Director, Mike Lynn

Greetings Tiger Nation,

Below is a list of all upcoming regular season home night games at the new Alumni Field athletic complex for the 2017 fall sports season. Please consider coming out to support your Littleton HS Tigers as they compete "under the lights and on the turf" against other MIAA schools this fall.

As always, SPORTSMANSHIP is our top priority at all interscholastic contests.

F, 9/22 - Football/Cheer vs. Oakmont - 7:00
M, 9/25 - Boys' Soccer vs. Bromfield - 5:30/7:00
W, 9/27 - Boys' Soccer vs. Maynard - 5:30/7:00
W, 10/4 - Girls' Soccer vs. Tyngsboro - 5:30/7:00
F, 10/6 - Football/Cheer vs. Quabbin - 7:00
TU, 10/10 - Boys' Soccer vs. Lunenburg - 5:30/7:00
W, 10/11 - Field Hockey vs. North Middlesex - 5:30/7:00
M, 10/16 - Field Hockey vs. Nashoba - 5:30/7:00
W, 10/18 - Girls' Soccer vs. Bromfield - 5:30/7:00
F, 10/20 - Football/Cheer vs. Maynard - 7:00
M, 10/23 - Girls' Soccer vs. Maynard - 5:30/7:00
W, 10/25 - Field Hockey vs. Concord-Carlisle - 5:30/7:00

Ticket prices for all night games are as follows: $5 for adults / $3 for students and seniors / children 5 and under are free.

To view our full schedules, please click the link below:

Go Tigers!

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Message for Class of 2018- September 20, 2017

Class of 2018!

It is officially time to kick off our senior year fundraising!
We have the opportunity once again to sell baked goods at the Littleton Road Race. This has been a great success in past years! We will be collecting baked good donations for the race again this Sunday.
When you decide to donate, please email Jo Feltus at and let her know what your donation will be so the class officers can keep inventory.
Donations can be brought to Mr. Foustoukos' room on Friday, or to Faye Park on Sunday between 10 and 12:30.  
Any questions or concerns, email Jo Feltus.
Thank you,
Jo Feltus, Class Of 2018 Secretary

Class of 2018- Yearbook Photo Information



The senior portrait deadline is Monday, November 13th.  Put your first and last name as the subject of the email.  

Photos MUST be in jpeg format/300dpi and a maximum file size of 50MB.   
Your senior photo will be in portrait orientation.  If you send the photo in landscape we will do our best, but you should still submit your best one in portrait!

If you don’t submit a portrait, your school picture taken by O’Conner Studios will be printed in the yearbook.   

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Alumni Field Grand Opening- Thursday, September 21, 2017

From the office of Mike Lynn - Athletic Director:

Tiger're invited!

On Thursday, 9/21 at 6:30 PM there will be a Grand Opening Ceremony with ribbon cutting at the main entrance to the NEW Alumni Field.

Following the ribbon cutting, the facility will be open for all to tour and experience.

Please consider joining us for this special event.

Go Tigers!

Upcoming College Rep Visits at LHS

Littleton High School
September 18, 2017
Scheduled College Visits
CollegeRepresentativeLocationDateMax AttendeesRegistration Deadline
University of Rhode IslandRuby Morris - JonesCafe9/18/17 9:30 AM20-
Colby-Sawyer CollegeJohn ConleyRoom 2089/18/17 1:00 PM20-
University of VermontKrista CantrellLobby Conf Room9/20/17 12:30 PM209/19/17
Central Connecticut State UniversityNate BergstromLobby Conf Room9/20/17 1:15 PM209/19/17
Westfield State UniversityAaliyah MercerTBD9/21/17 9:30 AM209/19/17
Champlain CollegeJulia CamanitiRoom 2089/21/17 12:30 PM209/20/17
Curry CollegeKyle NolanLobby Conf Room9/22/17 10:00 AM209/21/17
Wheaton College MAVictoria DiMilloLobby Conf Room9/26/17 9:00 AM209/24/17
Assumption CollegeChris MiemiecLobby Conf Room9/26/17 12:00 PM209/24/17
Roger Williams UniversityTom DuriganRoom 20810/2/17 8:30 AM209/30/17
Massachusetts College of Liberal ArtsMegan LassierRoom 20810/2/17 9:30 AM209/30/17
Plymouth State UniversityDanielle BlondinLobby Conf Room10/2/17 1:00 PM209/30/17
Franklin Pierce UniversityJason KlemTBD10/3/17 9:30 AM2010/1/17
United States Coast Guard AcademyJohn ByronLobby Conference Room10/4/17 1:00 PM2010/2/17
University of Massachusetts, LowellDoug SeedTBD10/6/17 10:00 AM4010/4/17
Boston UniversityGriffin MonahanTBD10/10/17 9:00 AM2010/8/17
Brandeis UniversityMeghan NapierTBD10/10/17 10:00 AM2010/8/17
Fisher CollegeSean ConnollyTBD10/10/17 1:00 PM2010/8/17
Bentley UniversityTasia KearseTBD10/11/17 12:30 PM2010/9/17
Fitchburg State UniversityAlex CardinaleTBD10/11/17 1:15 PM2010/9/17
Nichols CollegeZach LevyTBD10/12/17 9:00 AM2010/10/17
Husson UniversitySteph CadwellTBD10/13/17 10:00 AM2010/11/17
University of New Hampshire at DurhamKaroline GoulartTBD10/13/17 1:00 PM2010/11/17
University of Maine at FarmingtonJoe McShaneLobby Conference Room10/16/17 8:30 AM2010/14/17
Stonehill CollegeCasey WheelerTBD10/16/17 10:00 AM2010/14/17
Middlesex Community CollegeJason ReynoldsTBD10/17/17 10:00 AM1510/16/17
University of Southern MaineAbby JohnsonTBD10/17/17 1:00 PM2010/15/17
Anna Maria CollegeColleen DigiovanniTBD10/19/17 10:00 AM2010/17/17
University of ConnecticutDanika PierceTBD10/19/17 1:00 PM2010/17/17
Saint Anselm CollegeTony TrodellaTBD10/20/17 1:00 PM2010/18/17
University of New EnglandMolly RobertsTBD10/23/17 8:00 AM2010/21/17
Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteArianna PalumboTBD10/23/17 10:00 AM20-
Wentworth Institute of TechnologyNathania FrancoisTBD10/23/17 10:00 AM2010/21/17
Worcester State UniversityChris DooleyTBD10/23/17 1:00 PM2010/21/17
Lesley UniversityCourtny FlintTBD10/24/17 9:00 AM2010/22/17
College of the Holy CrossAndrew CarterTBD10/24/17 1:00 PM2010/22/17
Saint Michael's CollegeMike StefanoTBD10/25/17 9:00 AM2010/23/17
Merrimack CollegeRachael TamponeTBD10/25/17 1:00 PM2010/23/17
University of Massachusetts, AmherstDivya KirtiTBD10/27/17 9:00 AM4010/25/17
Southern New Hampshire UniversityBrooke Porter-JordanTBD10/30/17 10:00 AM2010/28/17
University of Massachusetts, BostonCharlie CraytonLobby Conference Room10/30/17 1:00 PM2010/28/17
Western New England UniversityMarcus MaroneyTBD10/31/17 9:30 AM2010/29/17
Salve Regina UniversityBrian ShanleyTBD11/1/17 10:00 AM2010/30/17
Johnson & Wales University (Providence)Fran RidolfoLobby Conference Room11/1/17 1:00 PM2010/30/17
Lasell CollegeJill ReitzellTBD11/2/17 9:00 AM2010/31/17
Mitchell CollegeBob MartinTBD11/3/17 9:00 AM2011/1/17
Framingham State UniversityJohn ChenielTBD11/6/17 10:00 AM2011/4/17

Saturday, September 16, 2017

LHS Friday Flyer - September 15, 2017

Good evening,

It was fantastic to see so many parents at Back to School Night last night. Thanks again to the PTA members, student clubs, and student tour guides who also joined us.  It was a night filled with stimulating conversations and connections.  We look forward to reconnecting throughout the school year.

When you get a moment, please take a look at the following news and updates from LHS.

SAT Bootcamp
For only $175, come learn every strategy you need to outsmart the SAT with Catalyst's Bootcamp at LHS on 9/30 and 10/1. Call 800.235.0056 or visit to enroll. This event is sponsored by the PTA!

Littleton Scholarship Trust is looking for new members!  The Trusts mission is to provide scholarships to graduates of Littleton High School and Nashoba Valley Technical High School. The time commitment is minimal.  We meet 5 evenings a year for about 30 minutes and for 4 hours during our annual door to door drive in October.  If you can volunteer your time or want to learn more about us, please call
Kim Gentile at 978-376-7239 or email her at

Activity Fee
Please see the attached notice of the Activity Fee for Clubs.

Message from LHS Guidance Office
Senior Guidance Seminar will be starting next week and will be held every Tuesday and Thursday during study periods in Room 208. Students that do not have a directed study should plan to attend the seminar right after school on Tuesdays in the Guidance office.

Senior College Planning Night will be held Tuesday 9/26 at 7:00 PM in the LHS Performing Arts Center. The event will include a “Nuts and Bolts” presentation of the college application process. All parents/guardians of seniors are welcome to attend. Senior students will be covering the material in the Guidance Seminar. The Junior Class College Planning Night will be held 1/09/18.

If you are unable to attend, the handout will be available to pick up in the Guidance office at your convenience anytime afterward.

The 2017 PSAT will be held on Saturday, 10/14 at LHS from 7:45 AM to 12:00 PM. Sophomores and juniors are encouraged to take the PSAT. Further instructions and registration details to follow.

The College visits to LHS have begun! Starting the week of 9/18 thru mid-November, many colleges will be visiting to meet with students to share information on their college programs. Students will review the registration process and the list of schools visiting on Naviance in the Senior Guidance Seminar. Please note upcoming visits for the week of 9/18:

Monday 9/18 9:30 AM - University of Rhode Island
                    1:00 PM - Colby Sawyer College
Wednesday 9/20  12:30 PM - University of Vermont
                            1:15 PM - Central Connecticut State
Thursday 9/21 9:30 AM - Westfield State University
                      12:30 PM - Champlain College
Friday 9/22  10:00AM - Curry College

Message from PTA
Attached is the volunteer form for this year. If you are unable to volunteer, the HS PTA will gladly take a monetary donation to help fund our activities and staff requests.

In case you didn’t pick up the forms at last night’s Back to School Night attached is the PTA Membership form.  Remember: PTA MEMBERSHIP is the only town-wide PTA fundraising activity. Member dues help support programs in all 4 schools.
Did you know the HS PTA has a facebook page?
Join us at Littleton High School PTA
Message from Tapes For Education
We are excited to inform you that we are participating in an incredible program that allows Littleton Public Schools to earn FREE school equipment. From September 1, 2017 - March 31, 2018, we will be able to turn cash register receipts from Donelans Supermarkets into valuable and important educational equipment free of charge that we otherwise would only dream of getting.
Please shop at Donelans, save your receipts dated September 1, 2017 - March 31, 2017, and send them to school with your child or drop them at the town library. Ask your neighbors, friends, and co-workers to collect tapes too!
Note: We need the whole receipt, including the itemized list of purchased items; please do not cut them. It is OK to black out the credit card authorization number.

Women in Engineering Field Trip
Please join us on a field trip to UMass Amherst for the annual Women in Engineering and Computer Science Career Day, Monday, 10/23.  We will meet professors, hear from successful women engineers, and participate in hands-on engineering and science activities. Cost is $20, which includes lunch and activities.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Sanford to register.  

Photo Re-take day is Friday, October 27th.  Students who were absent on photo day should have a photo taken on the 27th.  Re-take forms are available in the main office.  Anyone wanting to have their photo retaken should bring in their original photo package along with a re-take form on October 27th.

Clubs and activities are getting underway.  Students should listen to morning announcements or check with advisors for sign-up information.  There is a once a year activity fee of $50. per student. Students may participate in as many clubs as they wish for one $50. fee (this fee is separate from the athletic fee.)  Fees may be paid online at - community resources tab / online payments, or by check made out to Town of Littleton.  See the attached list of clubs that may be offered this year.

*Reminder: LHS Attendance Procedure
Please call the school attendance line if your student will be absent, tardy or dismissed.  This line is available to take messages 24 hours a day and is monitored throughout the school day.  If you prefer to send a note for dismissal your student should bring it to the office first thing in the morning.

Dismissal - Students being dismissed should report to the office to sign out before leaving the building. Dismissal information left on the attendance line or notes received in the morning will be recorded first thing in the morning so teachers will be aware of students leaving class. If your student is not aware they are being dismissed, please call the office directly or come in so we may call him/her from class.

Tardy - Students must be in their advisory classroom by 7:25 a.m.  Students arriving after that time must sign in as tardy at the office.  If you know your student will be tardy, please leave a message on the attendance line.

Absent - Please phone the attendance line by 8:00 a.m. to report your student absent or tardy.

Feel welcome to call the office if you have any questions regarding our attendance procedure.

School Council Opening
We have an opening for a parent representative who is interested in serving on the LHS School Council.  Please let us know by Friday, September 22 (via email) if you are interested.  The School Council is an advisory group that usually meets on the first Tuesday of each month starting in October.
Meetings run from 2:30-3:30 p.m.  During our meetings this year, the Council will monitor our progress with the current School Improvement Plan and make revisions/updates.  If we have more than one candidate for the parent opening on the School Council, we will hold an election and distribute ballots and directions the week of September 25.  Please feel welcome to call with any questions.

Boston National College Fair
The Boston National College Fair will be held on Sunday, September 17, 2017 from 1 - 4 p.m. at the Boston Convention and Exposition Center (BCEC).  

Information regarding directions and parking can be found online.

Please check attachments:
  • PTA forms
  • Opioid misuse prevention
  • Activity Fee Letter
  • LEF
  • Financial Aid Workshop

Links that may be of interest to parents

Growth Mindset

Tips to Help Your Child Have a Successful School Year

Mentally Strong Parents

Mental Health America- Resources

Please click on the link to our blog "LHS News" for updates from LHS:

Remember to follow LHS on Twitter: @Littleton_HS

Enjoy the weekend.

Warmest regards,

-John Harrington, Principal, and Keith Comeau, Assistant Principal

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Message from MIAA- Opioid Misuse Prevention Resources

Message from MIAA

Last fall, MIAA member schools received educational materials focused on Opioid Misuse Prevention that were developed in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Massachusetts Technical Assistance Partnership for Prevention (MassTAPP). These materials were designed to support the prevention efforts of schools in providing resources and information on the dangers of opioid misuse prior to the start of each season. Please see the links below to access these resources:
To facilitate use of these materials, MassTAPP has developed a new summary document for schools entitled, “Student Athletes and Opioid Misuse: What Coaches Should Know. This new document as well as the resources listed above are available through the Massachusetts Health Promotion Clearinghouse and on Mass TAPP’s website. The information, facts and resources provided can be integrated into pre-season meetings or other events at your school and support your school’s efforts to prevent opioid misuse among students.