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Important Information for Everyone
  • Bond and Mill Levy on November Ballot: On Tuesday, August 16, the Board of Education unanimously voted to pursue a bond issue to rebuild our elementary and preschool buildings. Read more...
  • Update Your Emergency Contact Information: Adding or updating emergency contact information in iVisions. It’s easy. It’s fast. It’s necessary! Read more...
  • Technology: Some very helpful tips and tricks to save you time and help you get the most out of district technology. Read more...
Information for Teachers and Administrators
  • Constitution Day Opportunity: Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is available to answer student questions about the US Constitution. Read more....
  • Attention Art Teachers: Display Your Students' Artwork at CASB's Annual Convention. Read more....
  • Rocky Mountain PBS Annual Fiction Writing Contest: Sept. 26-Nov. 23. Read more...
  • Save the Date: Share Fair Denver on Oct. 8. Read more...
  • Sprint Discount Program for Employees: Englewood Schools employees can receive a discount on Sprint plans. Read more...

Important Information for Everyone

Bond and Mill Levy Override on November Ballot

On Tuesday, August 16, the Englewood Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to move forward with putting a bond initiative and a mill levy override on the November ballot for Englewood voters.
The measures would fund the rebuilding of all four Englewood elementary schools and the preschool building.
The plans for rebuilding the schools meet the priorities and needs outlined by the community through surveys, town hall meetings, and a group of citizens and staff members known as the Long-Range Facilities Planning Committee:
  • Schools that meet or exceed current safety codes
  • A sense of pride in our schools
  • Sustainable/energy efficient schools
  • Space and resources to provide learning opportunities to prepare students for the future
  • Accessible buildings for all kids and families
  • Maintaining small neighborhood schools that have a community feel

Update Your Emergency Contact Information

Adding or updating emergency contact information in iVisions
It’s easy. It’s fast. It’s necessary! Please take a few minutes to do this important update. In case of an emergency, this is where we will go to find your emergency contact information. If this is blank or we have the wrong information, you’re the one at risk.

1.) Log into your iVision account by going to the District home page>>For Staff>>Technology and District Online Resources>>iVision Log in with the information sent to you by a previous email.
2.) Move the cursor over the drop down menu for Employee Resources
3.) Highlight Profile to open the menu.
4.) Click on Emergency Contacts.
5.) Look at the information and see if it is correct. If it is, no action required.
6.) Click on the magnifying glass icon if the contact information needs an edit.
The form will appear that allows changes.
a.) Once the new information is changed, click on Update Contact.
7.)To add a new contact, at step 6.) click on Add a New Contact.
a.) On the form add the information for the new contact and click on Add Contact.

Technology Update

The Technology Department has been hard at work this summer getting things ready for the new school year. In this document you can find some tips and tricks that will help you get the most out of district technology!
Constitution Day Opportunity
Leading up to Constitution Day, September 17, and throughout the month of September, Attorney General Coffman's office will take and answer questions on the US Constitution from students throughout the state! Learn more about how students can submit questions. 
Display Your Students' Artwork at CASB's Annual Convention
This is your chance to have your students' artwork displayed at The Broadmoor, one of the nation's premier resort hotels, during CASB's Annual Convention, Dec. 8-11. The deadline to submit artwork is Nov. 11, 2016. Learn more.

StoryMakers Fiction Writing Contest
The Rocky Mountain PBS StoryMakers Fiction Writing Contest runs from Sept. 26 through Nov. 23. Submissions will be received online and should be a 700-1,000 word original story. Participants must be in 6th, 7th or 8th grade. No entry fee applies.

3 winners and 5 runners-up per grade will receive:
1-Day storytelling workshop on January 21, 2017 and tour of our television studio in Denver.
Stories posted on our website.
Awesome prizes.
Awards luncheon on February 25, 2017 for students and families which includes keynote speaker, local author and radio personality Dom Testa. Learn more.
Share Fair Denver on Oct. 8
An energizing professional learning event for educators. Hosted at Englewood High School from 8 a.m. to noon. Click here for more information and to RSVP.
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Sprint Discount Plan for Employees
Please see this flyer for details on the Sprint discount plan for Englewood Schools employees.