Littleton Education Fund is a community based, independent, tax-exempt organization that provides financial support to the Littleton public schools by providing grant funds, independent of the school budget, to finance enriching school programs. The fund is not a substitute for taxpayer dollars. Rather, these grants pick up where the town budget may leave off. Teachers, student groups, or town residents may apply for a grant providing that their idea would promote creativity and enthusiasm or enhance learning in the classroom. Semi-annually, the LEF will choose the best of these imaginative ideas and fund them. By contributing to the LEF, you help to provide the modest support that can make a significant difference in the quality of education we provide for our young people. In twenty years of awarding grants, over $248,000 has been awarded by the LEF to support enrichment activities within the Littleton School. Link to their website.
NerdWallet considers school quality alongside affordability San Francisco, CA (October 2, 2014) – NerdWallet, a consumer advocacy website, recently conducted a study to determine which school districts offer parents the best value for their money in Massachusetts – and Littleton ranked among the top ten. While many top-rated schools are located in prohibitively expensive communities, NerdWallet sought to highlight the Bay State’s hidden gems. NerdWallet weighted cost of living metrics against the following school quality indicators:
From this one store you can shop for branded apparel for each of our wonderful schools: LHS, LMS, Russell Street or Shaker Lane. Plus, you can purchase generic Littleton-branded apparel as well. Whatever you choose, you can be assured that the money raised from this web store will help fund the many great programs at each of our schools. 100% of the profits will be returned to the schools. We invite you to browse through our store and shop with confidence. Create an account with us, if you like, or shop as a guest. Either way, your shopping cart will be active until you leave the store. Access site here
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It is the policy of the Littleton Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, color, homelessness, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or disability in its educational programs, services, activities or employment practices. Further information may be obtained by contacting Rita Detweiler, District Equity Coordinator at 978-540-2500,
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