In the past two years, Englewood Schools secured more than $3.8 million in grants to fund and deepen additional learning opportunities.
On March 23, Englewood Schools will host a community meeting to present progress so far on the designs for Clayton Elementary and Charles Hay World School.
Open to students in grades 7-12 with at least nine months of playing experience on their instrument. The camp will take place May 30 to June 2 at The Englewood Campus.
Englewood Schools pledges to protect the constitutional and legal rights of all of our students and families.
Thanks to the community for providing plenty of feedback, the Englewood Board of Education has voted to keep Bishop Elementary and Maddox Early Childhood Education Center in their current locations when new schools are constructed.
The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment has asked us to share information about an increase in mumps cases in Colorado.
Newly released data from the Colorado Department of Education shows Englewood Schools posted an increase in its four-year, on-time graduation rate, as well as a decrease in its dropout rate from 2015 to 2016.
For the first time in recent years, Englewood Schools has reached the "Accredited" rating via the Colorado Department of Education's School Performance Framework.
The National Science Teachers Association featured Englewood Schools in its most recent publication regarding the unique way the district engages students through STEM education.
The Sustainable Agriculture and Green Energy program, called SAGE, is a one-of-a-kind course in which students gain hands-on experience working on projects within the urban agriculture and sustainable energy industries.
We deeply believe that we as a country have more in common than what divides us. Our mission at Englewood Schools has not changed – we will prepare ALL students for success through learning, leading, engagement, and action. As we always have, we will continue to welcome all families and educate all children in our community.
The results of the November 2016 election are in! The Englewood community voted to support issues 3D and 3E, approving a $97.5 million bond and a $1.5 million mill levy override to fund the rebuilding and long-term maintenance of all Englewood elementary schools and preschool.
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!
Englewood Middle School students are getting a unique opportunity to hit bags with a boxing champion while building life skills to help them achieve success in the future.
Englewood Schools Food Services is collaborating with Clayton Elementary to implement a "farm to table" program. Food Services will use the produce Clayton Elementary students have grown in the school’s garden.
Spring Institute, in partnership with Englewood Schools, offers adult education classes in English as a second language and adult basic and secondary education courses (GED, HiSET, TASC). Registration is happening soon! Click the headline for more information on how to register.
Englewood Schools will use the Standard Response Protocol vocabulary and actions in case of a dangerous situation. Click the headline for details.
The online application for free and reduced price lunch for the 2016-2017 school year is now available. Click the headline for details.
Do you like watching sports? You can get paid to drive student athletes to their games! Englewood Schools is now hiring caring and trustworthy activity bus drivers. Flexible hours. Part time. Paid training! If interested, please contact David Henderson at 303-806-2015.