From the Middle EMS and ELA
News from the Principal, March 3, 2021
Hello Parents and Families,
Thank you for your participation in parent-teacher conferences. Virtual conferences seems to have some definite benefits--easier to schedule and attend for many--but we definitely miss having our parents in our building.
Thank you for being THE most important part of your child's education. Even at this age, it is important for school staff and parents to work together. We like to see students taking on more responsibility and independence, but we still look forward to working with parents and families as well.
If at any time you need anything, please do not hesitate to reach out.
~Annessa Hart, Principal
INCLUSION DAY is March 3rd
YOUTH WORKSHOPS IN ENGLEWOOD
Check out the flyer and use the QR code to sign up. All teens in Englewood are invited to participate.
LEARNING IN ACTION!
WISH WEEK IS NEXT WEEK!
Mark your calendars for these fundraiser opportunities:
Monday, March 8--Papa Johns (all day, all locations and online)
Tuesday, March 9--Noodles and Company off Hampden (4--8 pm)
Wednesday, March 10--Chipotle off Hampden (4--8 pm)
Thursday, March 11--Panda Express (all day, all locations and online)
On Thursday, March 11th during school, all students will participate in the Read-A-Thon and Walk-A-Thon to raise money for kids like Cliff.
ESEAC PARENT GROUP
CHOICE ENROLLMENT WINDOW IS OPEN!
Reserve your spot for next year--the deadline is soon!
If you live outside of Englewood, and plan to continue in Englewood Schools for 2021/2022 school year, you MUST complete the Choice Enrollment application now in order to attend an Englewood School next year. Those who live out of district and who do not complete a choice enrollment application will not be able to attend Englewood schools in the fall.
Round 1: January 4, 2021 through February 1, 2021
Round 2: February 15, 2021 through August 31, 2021
Englewood offers unique and customized learning opportunities at each school, so you're sure to find one that suits your student. Space is limited, so please fill out the Open Enrollment Application and Agreement (en español) as soon as you have made a decision.
Return the form to the District Registrar at 4101 S. Bannock St. or to Vivian_Cifuentes@engschools.net during the choice enrollment window.
Final decisions will be made within two weeks of the closing of the enrollment window and families will be notified by mail.
If you have questions, please reach out to Trish Tucker in our main office at 303-806-2100.
The rental assistance program applies to all families. The application does not ask about citizenship, residency, social security #, etc.
The rental assistance can also help with unpaid months dating back to last March.
Clothes to Kids!
The free wardrobe includes 5 outfits, 1 coat, 1 pair of shoes, 1 bra (optional) and 5 pairs each of new underwear and new socks. Students are invited to select clothing in a welcoming, store-like setting or can order a wardrobe for contactless curbside pick-up.
Upcoming Sports Seasons
Girls volleyball season will be starting the beginning of March. Like basketball, we do not know
if we be allowed to participate against other schools. Be looking for more info.
As of now, we are anticipating having a track season. We will be competing against other
schools. The difference this year is that the meets will be smaller than in the past and there is a
chance we MAY not be able to have spectators. Track will be starting just after Spring Break. IF
YOUR STUDENT WISHES TO PARTICIPATE IN TRACK THEY WILL NEED TO HAVE A SPORTS
PHYSICAL! More info to come.
FREE Covid Testing Sites
People who take advantage of these tests do not need to be Denver residents.
In the Pirate's Cove parking lot, free testing is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Testing requires pre-registration.
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.
In the event the district calls a delay start to school, the building will open 90 minutes later than usual. Linked here is the delay start schedule for both EMS and ELA.