From the Middle EMS and ELA

News from the Principal, September 15, 2020

Hello Parents and Families,

Thank you for all your support--your students have been doing great (both in person and on rolling remote). We are so proud of their efforts! We welcomed back our 8th graders today--so glad to have a full building again.

This last week we discussed and practiced safety drills to ensure that we know what to do in the event of an emergency on school grounds.

Also, we discussed the Safe2Tell app as well as the student handbook (linked at the bottom of the newsletter).

If at any time you need anything, please do not hesitate to reach out.

~Annessa Hart, Principal

Health Screening App for Englewood Students

Starting now, parents/students can utilize the rSchools app to log health screen information. This will enable our process in the morning to run a little faster and more smoothly. Follow this link for a video about how to use the rSchools app available on Android and Apple.

Applying for Financial Support

Families that qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch also qualify for waiving fees for school. Check out this 4 minute video to learn more about financial support.

You can connect with or for more information.

The Arc--Family Support in our Community

The Arc is a local agency that provides support for a variety of family and student needs.

Click the image below for more information about events at The Arc in September.


I am happy to announce that USDA has provided increased funding so that all of our students can eat for free through December (or until the Federal funds are exhausted). As of today, all students have access to ONE free breakfast and ONE free lunch daily. This includes all in-person, E-learning, and any rolling remote students.

Student Expectations: Virtual Learning

As we experienced last week, students and staff will occasionally need to "roll to remote learning" based on responses to COVID health needs and regulations. When students are on remote learning, we want to ensure that students remain focused on their learning. Linked here you will find the student expectations for remote learning.

Thank you in advance for your support!


Steve Heit, TEC Security

I have been working at the Englewood/TEC now for 6 years! The reasons I've been here for so long is i love helping the kids, if i can make a difference and a connection with just one student who knows how many lives that student can change.
Englewood Schools Return Website (Click Here)

We will continue to develop plans for the 20-21 school year with guidance from CDPHE, Tri-County Health, CDE, and the governor's office. Recommendations change daily, and our plan will be flexible and responsive to the changing guidance.

When is it safe to be in-person or remote? (click here)

Englewood Schools uses four metrics (with Arapahoe County data) to determine if we must shift from In-Person learning to Remote learning. These metrics are based on science, facts and the best interests of our students and staff.

My School Bucks

Follow this link to add money to your student's lunch account.