Teacher Grant funds PE with a Twist
We are proud to support LPS teachers through our Grants to Teachers program. We fund teacher grants that inspire creativity in the classroom and enhance the educational experiences for students across Littleton Public Schools. With tightened school budgets, this program affords teachers the chance to apply for funding without compromising other needs.
One such grant was given to LPS’ Transition Services Program, which is a community-based program that serves a wide range of students with disabilities who are 18-21 years of age. The grant was used for various physical education activities offered through The National Sports Center of the Disabled (NSCD). Students and staff were thrilled to have these activities to participate in. Mary Allman, Transition Services Program Specialist said, "Thank you for your generosity and making a memorable experience for our students!"
"Students spent time learning safety protocols, how to properly shoot the bow and arrow, and how to master the art of archery. Fun was had by all!"
- Sean Skillern, TS Case Manager
"Our students benefitted emotionally, physically, and socially by participating in the activities where they worked together and completed important skills"
- Paulette Dornsief, TS Case Manager
"It was a joy to watch the students find their way through the course. They enjoyed the challenge of all the different obstacles and ended with big smiles!"
- Desiree Hinz, TS Case Manager