As part of the summer reading program, students learn about firefighters from Denver Fire.
Englewood Board of Education to Move Forward with Renovating or Replacing Elementary Schools

Dear Englewood Schools Community Member,

On May 17, the Facilities Long-Range Planning Committee made a recommendation to the Board of Education that the district investigate options to renovate or rebuild the district's dated elementary school buildings and preschool facility by pursuing a bond issue in November.

At a special meeting on June 28, expert architects presented potential remodel or renovation options for Englewood's four elementary schools and preschool facility. The architects provided renovation/addition drafts for each building as well as outlines for a complete rebuild to detail all possibilities in bringing these aging buildings to optimal safety standards and into a renewed learning environment. The cost of the plans presented by the architects will guide the Board in deciding on the amount of money the district should pursue in a bond issue in November.

Community feedback during the meeting focused on whether a renovation/addition or a rebuild of the school facilities would best serve Englewood students in future years. The school board will make decisions regarding the cost effectiveness of a renovation or rebuild for the elementary schools and preschool facility.

The plan details are available on the Facilities Long-Range Planning Committee website. If you would like to provide feedback, please email A follow-up meeting will be held on July 21.


Wendy Rubin, Ed.D.
Looking for free summer meals? Use the app!
Englewood Schools is now using Nutrislice to display menus, allergy and nutrition information! This website and app can also assist you in finding the locations and menus for our summer meals program.

How to find free summer meals with the mobile app:
1. Download and open the Nutrislice app and find your district.
2. Click on the summer meals image.
3. Enter your address or zip code.
4. Select a location to see more information and hours of operation.
You can also use the web-based version at

The Englewood Campus: A Hub for Community Use
The Englewood Campus is a state-of-the-art building that houses Englewood High School, Englewood Middle School, and Englewood Leadership Academy.

Additionally, outside groups and community members are able to rent our facilities during summer months and outside of school hours.

The week of June 20, the Englewood Campus was busy with activities! The   Von Miller Football ProCamp made great use of our grass fields, turf field, stadium, and field houses. Meanwhile, educators from all over the country were using and admiring our STEM labs and classrooms during the Creative Learning Systems Advanced Facilitator Development Conference.

We are thankful to Englewood tax payers for our dynamic facility that provides students and the community with a great space to learn and play.

To see more photos of the facility in use, visit the Englewood Campus Facebook page.

Summer Reading Program Update
Englewood Schools and the Englewood Public Library are partnering again this year for a fun summer of reading and activities! Students can sign up to participate at the library and will earn prizes for each hour they read. The school with the most hours read this summer will win a trophy! So far, over 700 students have signed up to participate in the program.

In addition to reading, the library hosts special events beginning at 1:00 p.m. on weekdays. The activities include music, yoga, science and more!

Englewood's Technology Sale
On June 24, 2016, Englewood Schools held a public sale of used technology and equipment.

With a surplus of aging technology and equipment that was no longer in ideal condition for the classroom but still functioning, Englewood Schools offered the technology to the community at a deeply discounted price. The purpose of the sale was to help families who may not have technology in their home get a computer or iPad at a reasonable price. Additionally, it extended the life of the devices to maximize the taxpayer's investment.

The district made just over $9,000 from the sale, which will help replace some broken or damaged equipment that is still in use in classrooms.