Per state statute, the Englewood Board of Education will be adopting new graduation requirements. Beginning with the graduating class of 2021, students will need to demonstrate proficiency in English and math as well as earn 23 credits in specific academic content areas. The new requirements will go into effect next school year with the 2017-18 ninth-grade students.
Students in Englewood Schools demonstrated academic achievement growth since last year, according to preliminary data from the Colorado Department of Education (CDE).
First-grade students at Bishop Elementary got a big surprise this week. Bikes and helmets for each of them!
The 2016 ballot will reflect two questions (questions 3D and 3E) that the Board of Education has referred to voters. 3D and 3E, if successful, would fund a $97.5 million bond to rebuild Englewood Schools' elementary schools and a $1.5 million mill levy override to support operating costs.