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    Lewis-Palmer School District is a partnership of parents, the community, and educators that aspires to prepare our students to be successful learners, productive citizens, and caring contributors to society. LPSD seeks to develop each student's talents in a safe, nurturing environment and to inspire a life-long love of learning.

Administration Building Hours

  • 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    Monday through Friday

    All schools and district offices are currently closed to the public.

    Please see the All Staff Directory or Main Contacts under "Contact Us" in the upper navigation bar for staff member email addresses.

Why Lewis-Palmer School District?

  • Accredited With Distinction 2019

    We believe in local, national, and global stewardship to create strong citizens who will secure a better world. 
    This is WHY we educate.

    Find out more!

Upcoming Events

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  • 2020 NAMM award

LPSD Performing Arts Calendar

  • To view the 2019-2020 Performing Arts Calendar, please click here.


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  • Back-to-School ThoughtExchange Results

  • 2020 Online Summer School Registration

  • LPSD receives 2020 "Best Communities for Music Education" award

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  • Community Collaboration Events

  • 2019-2020 School Year Calendar Update

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District Overview

  • Administration Building The Lewis-Palmer School District is situated at the north end of El Paso County, north of the United States Air Force Academy. Serving a population of almost 7,000 students, the district encompasses Palmer Lake, Monument, Woodmoor and the northern part of the Black Forest area. 

    In addition to the core curriculum, all district schools offer programs to meet the unique learning needs of students who qualify for Special Education services, Gifted and Talented services, and for those students who speak languages other than English. 

    Indicators of student learning, as measured by state and national tests, confirm that District 38 ranks among the highest in the state. Our high school graduation rate is over 95%, and approximately 85% continue on to college. 

    The district provides bus transportation and a hot lunch program, and school-sponsored athletic programs are available for boys and girls at the middle and high school levels. 

    Please call (719) 488-4700 or explore our website for additional information.