Parent and Family Resources

ECE Maddox Family Hand Book 2019-2020

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ECE Maddox Illness Policy for Families


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Please speak with health assistant Ms. Michelle Watson if you have any questions related to the ECE Maddox Illness Policy (303-806-2531)

Health and Mental Wellness Resources

This can be a stressful and scary time for everyone. Feeling prepared and knowing what you can do to help you and your family stay well are some ways to help minimize stress. This resource for parents/caregivers provides ways for families to prepare as well as how to help children from different age groups cope with what is going on. If you think you are having symptoms of COVID-19, please follow these guidelines from CDCThese resources from Tri-County health can also help you stay informed and reduce the risk of spreading or catching COVID-19. Additional mental health and food resources can be accessed here.

As a reminder, Safe2Tell is a resource students can access right away if they have worries or concerns about themselves or a friend.

COVID-19 Reporting Line

If you or a member of your household has COVID-19 symptoms or has a confirmed diagnosis, please contact your healthcare provider and then let us know by calling 303-806-6881. Your information will not be shared; however a nurse will follow-up with you to gather information that will help us keep our community safe.


Free Meals during Covid 19 virus outbreak


​What: One FREE breakfast and lunch per child.  Children do not have to be enrolled in Englewood Schools to have access to free meals. Meals will be packaged together and available for pick-up.  
​When: Monday through Friday, 12:00 p.m. - 2:00pm.
​Where: Cherrelyn Elementary (4500 S. Lincoln St.) and Bishop Elementary (3100 S. Elati).  Meals can be picked up at the kitchen doors (Cherrelyn: kitchen door is located on Sherman, Bishop: kitchen door is located on Delaware).  
​Considerations: Special dietary needs can be specified at time of pick up.  Nutrition Services will provide meals as available for children with allergies or conditions rising to the level of a disability.



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April 6 - 9, 2020

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April 1 - April 3, 2020

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Colorado Car Seat Laws in 2020


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Expanding access to preschool click on the link below to read more

Colorado Gov. Polis calls for 6,000 more state-funded preschool spots in 2020 budget request




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Sleep Health Wellness Guides 

A few links to great articles about wellness and behavior:


Sleep Help Guide

Healthy Sleep for New & Expecting Parents

How technology impacts your sleep

Eating right

Cooking with kids


Non Food Awards


benefits of preschool

Why Pre-Kindergarten?

The Pre-School experience is critical, as it helps 3, 4 and 5 year-old children develop the academic and life skills that will carry them into adulthood. Pre-K provides children with essential opportunities to learn and practice the social-emotional, problem-solving, and academic skills that they will use throughout their lives.

Our Pre-K Program…

  • Boost academic skills
  • Fuel intellectual curiosity
  • Foster independence
  • Instill a love of lifelong learning

Through common goals and high expectations, ECE Maddox in Englewood Schools is dedicated to building a strong foundation and igniting a lifelong passion for learning for children and their families.

Websites for additional benefits related to Pre-Kindergarten:

Kids are better prepared for Kindergarten

Why preschool matters?

10 reasons why your child should attend preschool

The importance of play


How can we support Pre-School students?

What is the teacher’s role in supporting play in early childhood classrooms?

Colorado Early Learning Developmental Guidelines

Colorado Shines

Social Emotional Home School Connections


Help your child succeed in school 

When it comes to your child’s education and future, you are a Learning Hero! Your superpowers include expertise about your child’s interests, habits, and personality. Combine this knowledge with a clear understanding of how to support your child’s learning and the sky’s the limit. Click on the link for easy to use tools and videos from our website partners at Learning Heroes.

Learning Tools


Colorado Academic Standards Guidelines


These guides describe major concepts your child will be learning in language arts, math, science and social studies by grade level. These printer-friendly guides include activities you can do with your child at home. Content for the guides is adapted from the Colorado Department of Education, Council of Great City Schools,  and the National PTA.


Additional Resources


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Visit Denver Art Museum!!!

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