Englewood High School

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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS: 9/19/2016

                  

    1. Are you interested in learning about opportunites in the U.S. Military? There is a Military Exploration Workshop October 5th at Littleton High School. Workshops are from 7:30 am – 10:30 am and parents are invited to attend as well. To register at https://www.surveymonkey.com /r/military exploration workshop. If interested there is a flyer in the main office.

     

    1. The Homecoming Dance is on October 1st. If you are bringing a non-EHS guest, don’t forget to pick up an approval form from the main office.

     

    1. The Homecoming Kick-off Assembly is on Thursday, September 22. This is class color day. Freshmen wear red, Sophomores wear yellow, Juniors wear orange, seniors wear blue and Staff wears black. Wearing your class colors earns spirit points!

     

    1. Royalty nomination ballot will open today in Advocacy and will be open until Friday. Nominees must meet eligibility.

     

    1. Students who would like to help build their Class Homecoming Float, please talk to Ms. Barthlomew (room 2120).

     

    1. Powder Puff packets can be picked up and dropped off at lunch at the table by the library. Packets are due Monday, September 19 to receive a t-shirt. We need Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors!

     

    1. Picture retakes are Monday, September 26th in the PD room behind the library. You must return your old picture packet in order to have retakes. They will be here from 8:15 am until 1:00 pm.

     

    Activities:

    Monday, September 19:

    JV football vs. Denver North 4:00 pm

    JV/V Soccer vs. Jefferson – 4:30/6:30 pm

    Boys Tennis vs. Bear Creek – 4:00 pm

     

    Tuesday, September 20th:

    V Boys Tennis vs. Alameda International – 4:00 pm

    V Softball vs. Alameda International – 4:30 pm

    9/JV/V Volleyball vs. Weld Central 4:30/5:15/6:00 pm

     

    Thursday, September 22nd:

    Homecoming Kickoff Assembly – 2:05

    Game Club 4:00 pm room 3414

    V Soccer vs. Sand Creek – 5:30 pm

     

    Friday, September 23rd:

    V Football vs. Manitou Springs 7:00 pm

     

     

     

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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS: 9/19/2016

                  

    1. Are you interested in learning about opportunites in the U.S. Military? There is a Military Exploration Workshop October 5th at Littleton High School. Workshops are from 7:30 am – 10:30 am and parents are invited to attend as well. To register at https://www.surveymonkey.com /r/military exploration workshop. If interested there is a flyer in the main office.

     

    1. The Homecoming Dance is on October 1st. If you are bringing a non-EHS guest, don’t forget to pick up an approval form from the main office.

     

    1. The Homecoming Kick-off Assembly is on Thursday, September 22. This is class color day. Freshmen wear red, Sophomores wear yellow, Juniors wear orange, seniors wear blue and Staff wears black. Wearing your class colors earns spirit points!

     

    1. Royalty nomination ballot will open today in Advocacy and will be open until Friday. Nominees must meet eligibility.

     

    1. Students who would like to help build their Class Homecoming Float, please talk to Ms. Barthlomew (room 2120).

     

    1. Powder Puff packets can be picked up and dropped off at lunch at the table by the library. Packets are due Monday, September 19 to receive a t-shirt. We need Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors!

     

    1. Picture retakes are Monday, September 26th in the PD room behind the library. You must return your old picture packet in order to have retakes. They will be here from 8:15 am until 1:00 pm.

     

    Activities:

    Monday, September 19:

    JV football vs. Denver North 4:00 pm

    JV/V Soccer vs. Jefferson – 4:30/6:30 pm

    Boys Tennis vs. Bear Creek – 4:00 pm

     

    Tuesday, September 20th:

    V Boys Tennis vs. Alameda International – 4:00 pm

    V Softball vs. Alameda International – 4:30 pm

    9/JV/V Volleyball vs. Weld Central 4:30/5:15/6:00 pm

     

    Thursday, September 22nd:

    Homecoming Kickoff Assembly – 2:05

    Game Club 4:00 pm room 3414

    V Soccer vs. Sand Creek – 5:30 pm

     

    Friday, September 23rd:

    V Football vs. Manitou Springs 7:00 pm

     

     

     

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Contact Us

Phone: 303.806.2266
Attendance: 303.806.2299
Fax: 303.806.2296
 
Ryan West
Principal 
 
Annessa Sinclair-Hart
Assistant Principal
annessa_hart@engschools.net
 
Nate Smith
Assistant Principal/Athletic Director 
 
School Hours:  8:20 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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    Summer school students, attached is the bus schedule for session one of summer school.

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    The School-based health clinic is ideal for affordable, fast and effective care for acute illness or injury and annual/sports physicals throughout the school year.

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  • Report Card Information

    To the families of TEC students: This year we, as a campus, have decided not to mail home final report cards. This will save us money on printing and mailing costs. As always, final grades will be available on the parent portal. If you do not have the parent portal or would rather have a hard copy of your student’s final grades, they will be available for pick up Tuesday, May 30th from 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. in the middle school or high school main office. Please be advised that this will be the only time and place for hard copy pick up.

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  • Summer School Information

    Summer School at TEC is rapidly approaching. See attached flyer for registration information.

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  • Lunch on the Lawn

    The City of Englewood is sponsoring free lunch for kids 18 and under this summer. For more information please see attached flyer.

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  • Guidance for Parents on 13 Reasons Why

    It has come to our attention that a recently released Netflix series called 13 Reasons Why has become popular among middle and high school students. This series relates to the very serious topics of teen suicide and depression, and some mental health professionals have concerns that it glamorizes teen suicide and could be a trigger for some students.

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  • Information on Free Summer Meals

    Find out where kids under 18 can get free meals this summer.

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  • New Course Navigator!!

    Parents and students, a NEW Navigator website has been developed to assist you in planning for a successful high school experience. This guide contains the requirements that you must meet in order to graduate from Englewood High School. It also contains brief descriptions of all the courses offered and information regarding student expectations at Englewood High School.

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  • Englewood High School's Graduation Rate Climbs

    From 2015 to 2016, Englewood High School's four-year graduation rate increased 7.2%.

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  • New Driver's Education partner at EHS

    Englewood High School is excited to announce a new partnership with DriveSafe Driving Schools. With your student’s participation, we will raise money for our school! Click for more information and to register online.

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  • Englewood High School Achieves Highest State Rating of “Performance”

    Englewood High School has achieved the highest state rating of “Performance” this year, following two years of strong academic growth. This is the first time Englewood High School has achieved a “Performance” rating on the Colorado Department of Education’s School Performance Framework (SPF).

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Vision and Mission of EHS

Innovative Learning for Tomorrow's World! 

 

Vision

The vision of Englewood High School, with its community partners, is to be recognized as a national leader in innovative education.

 

Mission

The Englewood Campus values each individual and focuses on learning in a creative, collaborative environment.  Our community graduates life-long learners with passion and integrity prepared to excel in tomorrow's world.  Our students are distinguished as career and college ready and influential in a global society. 

 


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