- Academic Excellence for Every Student
- Family & Community Engagement
- Student Partnership
- Responding to Bias, Discrimination, or Harassment
- Staff Supports
As we collectively work toward academic advancement for every student in our district, our purpose statement is the foundation for our initiatives.
Englewood Schools District Purpose Statement
Englewood Schools has a moral imperative and unwavering commitment to ensure extraordinary outcomes for each student. Diversity is an asset. We are committed to honoring students' identities, cultures, and abilities, while breaking down barriers to a safe and equitable learning experience. In service of this, we maintain high expectations and nurture all aspects of the whole child.
School fundraisers can be a meaningful and joyful way to raise money while also building a positive school community. Thoughtfully preparing for the event will help ensure the fundraiser attracts more people, is inclusive, and reaches its highest potential.
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- Inclusivity training for school staff: classrooms and schools that are trauma-informed, consider and remove historical barriers to safe, accessible and engaging learning opportunities, and offer differentiated supports that honor every student's strengths and needs.
- Community workshops: resources to honor diversity at home and in the community
- Student workshops: learning that builds 21st century skills for students to engage in a diverse global community with empathy, self-awareness, and a discerning lens.
- Talk Moves to Respond to Bias: strategies and sentence stems to prepare you to respond to biased remarks
Reporting Instances of Bias
- In Englewood Schools, we are committed to fostering a learning environment that is safe, inclusive, and engaging for all people that make up the beautiful mosaic of our community. As such, we will not tolerate bias, microaggressions, identity-based bullying or otherwise discriminatory behavior, whether that is directed toward a student, staff member, or family member. If you witness or experience a potentially biased incident based on a person's identity, ability, or culture, please contact us. You may use the flowchart below to guide you in this process.
- If you or someone you know is in crisis, call Colorado Crisis Services at 844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255 (both available 24/7).
- If you would like to make an anonymous report regarding a safety issue, you can make a report through Safe2Tell 24/7: call 877-542-7233, make a report online, or use their mobile app.
- If you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency, please call 911.