Littleton Public Schools is newton sex to announce that it has earned a 2018 rating of Accredited with Distinction. This is the 8th consecutive year LPS has earned the top rating from the Colorado Department of Education.
LPS Connect System Screens Visitors to LPS Buildings With the start of the 2018-2019 academic year, Littleton Public Schools is introducing LPS Connect, a new lobby check-in procedure at every school to improve building safety procedures. The first phase of the LPS Connect system will focus on volunteer monitoring. With the start of the 2018-2019 academic year, Littleton Public Schools is introducing LPS Connect, a new lobby check-in procedure at every school to improve building safety procedures. Later this year, after the system is fully implemented, a visitor management component will run a background check on every visitor using a driver’s license reader during check-in.
Visitors will need to show a drivers license or government ID for the system to review their status. The software will also log where visitors are going and provide another layer to the security systems that LPS already has in place. When fully installed, every visitor or volunteer entering an LPS school will check in at the LPS Connect kiosk before proceeding to any classroom or other location on campus. Guy Grace, Director of Security and Planning for Littleton Public Schools, wants guests to be patient with the changes. When you visit an LPS school this year, you will be asked to do some things differently when you check in. Remember, this is a work in progress, and the fully implemented system and procedures are designed to make sure we have a safe school environment while not impeding a school visit.