Summer Reading Program Update

Englewood Schools partners with Englewood Public Library to bring a fun and prize-filled reading program to students in Englewood. Students can register at the library and complete reading logs to earn prizes. Additionally, the school with the most completed reading logs by August 6 gets a trophy!

Here are the standings for each school so far:

  • 1st Place – Charles Hay
  • 2nd Place – Clayton
  • 3rd Place – Cherrelyn
  • 4th Place – Bishop

There's still plenty of time to register and complete a reading log by August 6! Visit Englewood Public Library and help your school win the trophy!
Before and After School Care - Enrolling Now
Englewood Schools partners with Champions for before and after school care that is fun and educational. Champions is now available at Bishop, Charles Hay, Cherrelyn and Clayton, and all programs are enrolling now for next school year!

Champions offers a fun environment where kids can explore art, theater, language, reading, math and more! There's also daily homework help.

Have questions or want to enroll now?

Contact Kim Smith at 719-272-1546 or [email protected]

You can also visit
Charles Hay Students Select Artwork
Five students from Charles Hay World School got the opportunity to select artwork for their new school at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival on July 1. Thanks to parent Angela Forster and school staff member Hannah LeCount, the students received a $500 grant from Janus Funds to purchase the art. The students, supervised by art teacher Kate Dulaney,  met and spoke to various artists at the festival in order to decide which art pieces they thought would best represent their school.

To see more photos from the day, visit our district Facebook page.
Interested in Serving on the Board of Education?

Are you interested in serving Englewood students by being a member of the Englewood Schools Board of Education? School Board members are volunteers who give their time to make Englewood School District the best it can be.

Englewood Schools will have three seats out of five up for election for four-year terms on November 7, 2017. If you are interested in serving, now is the time to begin thinking about it.

Please refer to this reference sheet for information on candidate timelines leading up to election day in November.


When: August 1, 2017; from 5:25 to 6:25 p.m.
Where: The Englewood Campus (3800 S. Logan St.)
What: An information night for those interested in learning more about being a Board member and the election process. The August regular school board meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m., and candidates are welcome to stay and observe a Board meeting (optional.)

EHS Senior Earns 6th Place in Nation

Graduating senior Sofia Montoya recently represented Englewood High School at the national Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competition. Competing against 95 students from all over the world, Sofia placed 6th in her event: Electronic Career Portfolio. The national conference took place in Anaheim, California and over 13,000 students and advisers attended. This was Sofia's fourth year at FBLA nationals representing Englewood High School. Congratulations, Sofia!

School Construction Updates
New things are happening each week at our Charles Hay and Clayton construction sites! All the utlilities have been relocated and the foundations for the new buildings are being excavated. You can see each week's update and photos on our Clayton and Charles Hay construction webpages.
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Englewood, CO 80110