Englewood Schools

Belong and Thrive

act now
Click on a section title to go directly to all the articles in that section. Click "Read more" to go to a particular story.
 
Important Information for Everyone
  • Letter from Dr. Rubin: Please read this letter from Superintendent Wendy Rubin. Read more...
  • Print Shop: The publications department will be closed December 22 through January 4. Read more...
  • Please Welcome Sosan Schaller: Ms. Schaller will be the new Director of Budget and Finance for Englewood Schools. Read more...

Information for Teachers and Administrators
  • Google Apps on iPads: Professional Development Series. Read more...
  • Free Training on Understanding the Impact of Trauma: Resiliency-based strategies for use by educators. Read more...
  • Family, School and Community Partnering Course: CDE is offering three online courses on how to effectively partner with families to support student learning. Read more...
FYI
  • Happy holidays!



 
Important Information for Everyone
 

Print Shop

The Publications Department will be closed December 22 through January 4.
 
Please plan  ahead and get orders in early. All orders will be completed in the order they were received. 
 
 
 

Meet Sosan Schaller

As Jon Kvale prepares to retire at the end of February, Sosan Schaller is working alongside him and will be the new Director of Budget and Finance for Englewood Schools.
 
Ms. Schaller has 21 years of professional experience in school business operations. She has worked as a Payroll Technician, Fiscal Analyst, Budget Manager, and Director of Business Services.
 
Prior to joining Englewood Schools, she served as Director of Fiscal Services at Colton Joint Unified School District for eight years.
 
Her graduate work was completed at California State University with an MBA in Business and Accounting.
 
She has two grandchildren and moved to Denver last year to be near her daughter and grandbaby. 
 
You can reach Sosan at sosan_schaller@engschools.net or extension 2014. 
 
 
 
Englewood Schools has been a Google Apps for Education District for a number of years now. But we have a number of new staff and others who need some professional development on how to use Google apps for teaching and learning. This series is focused on teacher use of Google Apps with students. Nonetheless, all staff are welcome to participate. These are hands-on classes so bring your laptops/iPads. Relicensure credit will be offered for each session except June's. These are optional sessions. Attend as few or as many as you need. If registered participants exceed room capacity, a second session will be scheduled.

To register for a session, just find the event on the 2015-16 District Professional Development Calendar at https://www.englewoodschools.net/Page/4188. Then click on the event – more details. Then below the session description, find the attached link to the registration form, click on it, fill it out, and submit. You can also copy the event to your calendar. From within the details of the event, click on more actions – copy to [your calendar]. Alternatively, you can click on the event below to take you directly to the registration form for that session. These sessions will be team-taught by teachers and Technology Department staff. We hope to see you there. (There will be chocolate!)

January 21st – Google Calendar & Gmail
February 18th – Google Sites
March 17th – Google Slides
April 20th – Google Chrome & Extensions
May 19th – Google Hangouts
June 2nd – Preview of iPad Apps for 2016-17

This PD series is aligned to Colorado Teacher Quality Standards 3.D. and 4.B and Colorado Licensure Standards 7.1-7.5.
 
Back to Top

Free Training on Understanding the Impact of Trauma in the Classroom
 
On January 7, 2016 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Lindsey Flanigan Courthouse, join Dr. James Henry in exploring resiliency based strategies for coping with the effects of trauma.
 
See the flyer here.
 
Family School and Community Partnering 2016 Online Courses
 
CDE is offering three online courses on how to effectively partner with families to support student learning. Each course has a specific focus, suggested audience and time frame. There is an emphasis on immediately applying the information to a participant’s site or situation through data-based action planning. There is no cost for registration. Participants may earn continuing education hours or may audit (for no credit). If desired, Adams State University credit is an option (for a fee). Participants may choose to enroll with teammates or learning partners. Specific course information can be found at http://www.cde.state.co.us/rti/family.
 
An informational flyer is attached here
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
CLOSE