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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS: 9/19/2016

                  

    1. Are you interested in learning about opportunites in the U.S. Military? There is a Military Exploration Workshop October 5th at Littleton High School. Workshops are from 7:30 am – 10:30 am and parents are invited to attend as well. To register at https://www.surveymonkey.com /r/military exploration workshop. If interested there is a flyer in the main office.

     

    1. The Homecoming Dance is on October 1st. If you are bringing a non-EHS guest, don’t forget to pick up an approval form from the main office.

     

    1. The Homecoming Kick-off Assembly is on Thursday, September 22. This is class color day. Freshmen wear red, Sophomores wear yellow, Juniors wear orange, seniors wear blue and Staff wears black. Wearing your class colors earns spirit points!

     

    1. Royalty nomination ballot will open today in Advocacy and will be open until Friday. Nominees must meet eligibility.

     

    1. Students who would like to help build their Class Homecoming Float, please talk to Ms. Barthlomew (room 2120).

     

    1. Powder Puff packets can be picked up and dropped off at lunch at the table by the library. Packets are due Monday, September 19 to receive a t-shirt. We need Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors!

     

    1. Picture retakes are Monday, September 26th in the PD room behind the library. You must return your old picture packet in order to have retakes. They will be here from 8:15 am until 1:00 pm.

     

    Activities:

    Monday, September 19:

    JV football vs. Denver North 4:00 pm

    JV/V Soccer vs. Jefferson – 4:30/6:30 pm

    Boys Tennis vs. Bear Creek – 4:00 pm

     

    Tuesday, September 20th:

    V Boys Tennis vs. Alameda International – 4:00 pm

    V Softball vs. Alameda International – 4:30 pm

    9/JV/V Volleyball vs. Weld Central 4:30/5:15/6:00 pm

     

    Thursday, September 22nd:

    Homecoming Kickoff Assembly – 2:05

    Game Club 4:00 pm room 3414

    V Soccer vs. Sand Creek – 5:30 pm

     

    Friday, September 23rd:

    V Football vs. Manitou Springs 7:00 pm

     

     

     

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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS: 9/19/2016

                  

    1. Are you interested in learning about opportunites in the U.S. Military? There is a Military Exploration Workshop October 5th at Littleton High School. Workshops are from 7:30 am – 10:30 am and parents are invited to attend as well. To register at https://www.surveymonkey.com /r/military exploration workshop. If interested there is a flyer in the main office.

     

    1. The Homecoming Dance is on October 1st. If you are bringing a non-EHS guest, don’t forget to pick up an approval form from the main office.

     

    1. The Homecoming Kick-off Assembly is on Thursday, September 22. This is class color day. Freshmen wear red, Sophomores wear yellow, Juniors wear orange, seniors wear blue and Staff wears black. Wearing your class colors earns spirit points!

     

    1. Royalty nomination ballot will open today in Advocacy and will be open until Friday. Nominees must meet eligibility.

     

    1. Students who would like to help build their Class Homecoming Float, please talk to Ms. Barthlomew (room 2120).

     

    1. Powder Puff packets can be picked up and dropped off at lunch at the table by the library. Packets are due Monday, September 19 to receive a t-shirt. We need Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors!

     

    1. Picture retakes are Monday, September 26th in the PD room behind the library. You must return your old picture packet in order to have retakes. They will be here from 8:15 am until 1:00 pm.

     

    Activities:

    Monday, September 19:

    JV football vs. Denver North 4:00 pm

    JV/V Soccer vs. Jefferson – 4:30/6:30 pm

    Boys Tennis vs. Bear Creek – 4:00 pm

     

    Tuesday, September 20th:

    V Boys Tennis vs. Alameda International – 4:00 pm

    V Softball vs. Alameda International – 4:30 pm

    9/JV/V Volleyball vs. Weld Central 4:30/5:15/6:00 pm

     

    Thursday, September 22nd:

    Homecoming Kickoff Assembly – 2:05

    Game Club 4:00 pm room 3414

    V Soccer vs. Sand Creek – 5:30 pm

     

    Friday, September 23rd:

    V Football vs. Manitou Springs 7:00 pm

     

     

     

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Phone: 303.806.2266
Attendance: 303.806.2299
Fax: 303.806.2296
 
Ryan West
Principal 
 
Annessa Sinclair-Hart
Assistant Principal
annessa_hart@engschools.net
 
Nate Smith
Assistant Principal/Athletic Director 
 
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  • Breakfast in the Classroom!

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  • More All-State Honors!!

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  • All-State Honors!!

    Five students from Englewood High School earned All-State Honors! Congratulations to Zane Miller for all-state in choir, Jonathan Schroeder for all-state in choir, Jonathan Westerfield for all-state in orchestra, Tyler Hastings for all-state in saxophone and Jon Hunt for all-state in Jazz Band. Well done!!

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Innovative Learning for Tomorrow's World! 

 

Vision

The vision of Englewood High School, with its community partners, is to be recognized as a national leader in innovative education.

 

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The Englewood Campus values each individual and focuses on learning in a creative, collaborative environment.  Our community graduates life-long learners with passion and integrity prepared to excel in tomorrow's world.  Our students are distinguished as career and college ready and influential in a global society. 

 


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