Littleton Public Schools and the Littleton Wellness Committee invite parents and student caregivers to attend a special online presentation entitled “Parenting in Unpredictable Times,” on Tuesday, Feb. 9, starting at 6 p.m.
Principal Scott Bazydlo is pleased to announce that Russell Street School will host its traditional student-staff basketball game later this month.
Russell Street School teachers and staff welcomed parents to a special event last week centered on reducing student anxiety.
Students in kindergarten through fifth grade took on their own engineering projects last week as part of Massachusetts STEM Week.
months of hard work by four former Shaker Lane students culminated in the completion of a revitalized second grade garden on school grounds
Two Littleton High School freshmen earned national recognition for the science and engineering fair projects they completed last year.
Littleton has earned a Green Communities Grant that will support the installation of environmentally-friendly technology at multiple school buildings.
Littleton Public Schools Dr. Kelly R. Clenchy, Superintendent 33 Shattuck Street, Littleton, MA 01460 For Immediate Release Tuesday, June 26, 2018 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Outdoor Classroom Creates New Learning Opportunities at Russell Street School LITTLETON — A few years ago, teachers at the Russell Street School began implementing the new Responsive […]
Superintendent Dr. Kelly R. Clenchy and Principal Michelle Kane are pleased to announce that the annual Shaker Lane School hosted its annual Art Show.
Yesterday, at approximately 6:20 p.m., Littleton Police officers were dispatched to Alumni Field, 57 Russell St., for a report of an altercation involving a coach and a student athlete at a junior varsity lacrosse game.