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In 1991, after dramatic education budget cuts at the state level, a team of dedicated community members and local business owners came together to form the Littleton Public Schools Foundation (LPSF). Their goal was to fill funding gaps so LPS students, teachers, and staff had every opportunity to succeed. 

Former Superintendent Cile Chavez explains, "we needed just a little bit more to make us the best school district we could be. And (that message) really resonated with people." 

30 years later, thanks to the community and the LPSF Board of Directors, we’ve made a difference for over 500,000 students and contributed more than $8 million to support each LPS student’s unique path to success.

Watch this video to learn about how dedicated community members came together to support the LPS school community.