Absentee Vote through May 5th

showimageVoting Day is this Saturday, May 6th from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. at the Littleton Middle School. If you’re going away for the weekend, please vote early using an absentee ballot. How do you vote absentee?

Absentee Ballots are now available through May 5th. You may vote in the Clerk’s Office during regular business hours until NOON, Friday the 5th of May.  All absentees must be received before the close of the polls at 8 p.m. on the 6th.  Any questions, please call the Clerk’s Office at 978-540-2401 or email dcrory@littletonma.org  or llord@littletonma.org.


In the Media

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Letter from Deborah Rosson – Littleton Independent

Letter from Finn McSweeney – Littleton Independent

Letter from Alex Pratt – Littleton Independent

Letter from Kathy Zimmerman – Littleton Independent

Letter from Jennifer Banks – Littleton Independent

Letter from Jeanine Wood – Littleton Independent

My Candidate Introduction – Littleton Independent


Candidate Introduction Video

Rotary Club Candidate Night

School Committee Opening Statements

Question 1 – Special Education

Question 2 – Drugs, Alcohol, Bullying

Question 3 – Later School Start Times

Question 4 – Full Day Kindergarten

Closing Statements

Beautiful weekend!

I got the chance to walk around town and meet a lot of new faces IMG_7063this weekend! I appreciated getting to know what residents feel the strengths and weaknesses in our schools are. It was really great to hear how so many past students have graduated from Littleton schools and are doing well in their careers now.

As a member of the school committee, I want to make sure that all our children in Littleton schools have the same great opportunities going forward. My youngest is 1.5 years old and will graduate in 2035! I’m going to be around for a long time to ensure that our schools meet the needs of every student.

I, or a volunteer, will be out visiting lots of neighborhoods over the next 4 weeks and I look forward to hearing more about what you would like to see happening in our schools.

Schools and your Child’s Safety

Last week our family had an unexpected medical issue arise. We spent a few days at Children’s Hospital to learn more, but upon coming home our biggest concern was how school would manage this new diagnosis.

Health and safety at our schools is one of the most important concerns we have as parents. Our children spend a significant portion of their weekdays away from us and with a different set of adults, which means we need to feel as though our children are safe at school.

As a School Committee member, I want to do all that I can to ensure we retain our best teachers and staff to make sure our kids have the best care while they’re off at school. Right now we are very lucky to have incredible teachers and staff taking care of our children. Let’s do our best to keep them around, hire the best we can afford, and provide training to all!

I’m listening!

I love our schools in Littleton. I am proud that the Littleton school system IMG_20170324_151804_1is one of the
strongest in the region, but I believe that there is always room for improvement. As a mother of a 4-year old I have heard a lot about kindergarten tuition costs, but as I meet other parents I am learning more and more about other issues you would like to see resolved.

I pride myself on being a good listener and able to help others work toward solutions to their problems. What are the hot-topics in your child’s school life right now? What kinds of solutions are you seeking? There are a variety of topics I would like to discuss on my page, so please feel free to share your ideas by emailing me at JenniferWilsonLittleton@gmail.com.

Thank you!