Englewood Leadership Academy

A School of Choice for Focused Learners

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Phone: 303.806.2266
Fax: 303-806-2399
Attendance: 303-806-2299
Principal Ryan West

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  • 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 9:00 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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  • Guidance for Parents on 13 Reasons Why

    Dear Englewood Families,

    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.

    If your child has already viewed the series, we would encourage you to consider beginning a discussion about the series with your child. These talking points from the Suicide Awareness Voices in Education (SAVE) can get you started with a conversation if you are looking for guidance.

    You can also refer to this letter from the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) for even more guidance and information on the series.

    If your child has not yet watched 13 Reasons Why, you may want to discourage them from doing so as several professional mental health organizations are of the opinion that it may not be recommended. Another option is to watch with your teen and use the talking points to discuss it with them as you do.

    If you are interested in limiting this and other TV-MA shows from your child, you can find information on the parental controls on Netflix here.

    If you ever feel like your child needs some mental health support, please reach out to us immediately. Your child’s counselor or school psychologist, or any other administrator will get your child the help he or she needs.

    Thank you, as always, for your continued partnership. We care about our students and want to ensure their educational and emotional success.

    Sincerely,


    Callan Clark
    Executive Director of Student Services
    Englewood Schools

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  • Information on Free Summer Meals 

    With summer around the corner, you may be thinking about what your child will do for meals while school is out. Englewood Schools wants to make it easy for you to find summer meals!

     

    Students participating in Englewood summer school programs and Champions will have breakfast and lunch provided for them for free through Englewood Schools Nutrition Services and Food Bank of the Rockies.

     

    For everyone else, free summer meal options are available throughout the state of Colorado. Englewood Schools will not be providing meals to the public this summer, but we will provide information on where you can find summer meal options as it becomes available.

     

    Please feel free to monitor and review the following websites and hotlines for summer meal site information:

    Keep an eye out for more information from us about where anyone under 18 can find and eat free meals this summer!

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  • Corpus Christi Slideshow

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  • Food Info Form for Corpus Christi

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  • Flyer for ALP Event

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  • Parent Teacher Conference Sign Up

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  • Survey for current ELA families

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  • ELA Fundraiser at HuHot

    Join us at HuHot at Riverpoint on Thursday, March 9 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Proceeds go toward student field trips!

    See you there!

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    ELA Receives John Irwin Award
     
    Englewood Leadership Academy has received the John Irwin School of Excellence Award for 2016!
     
    This award recognizes schools that demonstrate excellent academic achievement. On the three-year school performance framework that is used by the state to evaluate schools, Englewood Leadership Academy has exceeded expectations on the academic achievement indicator. 
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    Englewood Jazz Camp 2017
     
    Camp Features: Open to 7th-12th grade students with at least 9 months of playing experience on their instrument. Play with other musicians in a big band and jazz combo setting. Learn more about improvisation and jazz theory in daily classes from local area jazz musicians. The final day of camp will feature a recording session and a live evening performance at the Brew on Broadway (3445 S Broadway, Englewood, CO)

    Camp Dates: May 30-June 2nd from 8am-noon (breakfast provided each day). June 2nd Performance: 6pm-9pm

    Cost: $75/Early Registration (Before April 1), $90/Regular Registration (Until May 7th)

    Camp Location: The Englewood Campus 3800 S. Logan St. Englewood, CO 80110 
     
    Register and learn more here:  www.englewoodpiratebands.com/jazzcamp
     
     
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  • Important Health Information

     
    The school administration would like to inform you about an increase in mumps cases in Colorado. As of February 8, there have been 27 cases of mumps in Colorado, and this number is expected to grow. In order to minimize the spread of mumps in schools, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has asked us to provide you with this information about mumps.
     
    Information on low or no-cost vaccines can be found by clicking here or here.  
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  • Corpus Christi Information

    Click Here to see forms and trip information.

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  • ELA is now Accepting Applications for 2017-18! 

     

    Learn about the process and apply here.

     

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  • In case you missed it, here is the Back to School Night Slideshow

    ELA Back to school night slideshow

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  • Community Service Log

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  • Supply List

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  • Med Form

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  • Hours and schedule:  Our ELA school hours next year will be 8:20 – 3:25, with optional after school help until 3:50

     After school helpWe do ask that students either stay until 3:50 in a classroom, or leave campus at 3:25.  Other students at TEC are still in class until 3:50, so we need to be respectful and keep the academic atmosphere going.  Also, teachers will be in classrooms helping students, so there isn’t supervision outside or in the halls during this time.  We ask for your help in making sure students aren’t just hanging out on campus between 3:25 and 3:50.

     Back to school night will be on Tuesday, August 9.   New Families meet from 5:30 – 6:30  Returning Families meet from 6:30 – 7:00  This will be a chance to hear about what to expect at ELA for new families, and some important updates for returning families.  If you’re planning on attending this fall but can’t make the meeting, please let us know.  We understand that you have other commitments, but we worry if we don’t see you there!

     All Student Check-In Day - August 10 drop in from 8:00 am – 6:30 pm.   Students Grades 6-12 attending EHS, EMS and ELA are included, and parents and students are strongly encouraged to attend.

    We will take our annual overnight trip to Estes Park on August 31 and September 1.  We strongly encourage ALL students to go, as this trip strengthens our community with team building and problem solving activities that impact our students all year long. If your student will require medications on this trip, please be sure to get your medication forms filled in by your doctor prior to August 19, 2016.   These forms are available on our website and at Back to School Night, with permission slips and waivers. We will also need some chaperones if you’d like to accompany us.  We’ll provide more information about the trip at Back to School night as well.

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  • Englewood Leadership Academy Supply List 2016­-2017

    ❏ 1 spiral notebook for Language Arts journal

    ❏ 1 3-­ring binder

    ❏ 1 package loose leaf paper

    ❏ Dividers for the binder

    ❏ 1 Water bottle, labeled with student name

    ❏ 1 spiral notebook for Science Journal

    ❏ 1 Mead composition book for Humanities Journal, college ruled

    ❏ Ruler (with metric and English measurements) *Keep at home

    ❏ 2 Glue Sticks

    ❏ Markers, colored pencils, 1 set each

    ❏ 2 permanent black felt­tip pens

    ❏ 1 box of facial tissue

    ❏ 1 package of white printer paper

    ❏ 1 package 3" x 5" note cards

    ❏ 36 wooden pencils

    ❏ iPad stylus

    ❏ Earbuds or headphones

    ❏ 3 packages of sticky notes

    SUPPLIES THAT NEED TO BE REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR:

    ❏ loose­leaf paper

    ❏ pencils (wooden, not mechanical)

    ❏ blue or black ballpoint pens

    ❏ highlighters

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    BACK TO SCHOOL INFORMATION

    Englewood Leadership Academy 2016-2017

    New School Hours: 8:20 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.

    All Student Check-In Day:
    All Students Grades 6-12 (attending EHS, EMS and ELA). Parents are strongly encouraged to attend.
    August 10th from 8:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. All students are to report to TEC to have school pictures taken, pay school fees, receive their student ID, class schedule and iPad, apply for Free and Reduced Lunch, support setting up Parent Portal and download the PowerSchool app.

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  • We are excited to welcome Courtenay Whalen as our new humanities teacher.  Courtenay joins us from EMS, where she has taught Spanish, AVID, language arts and humanities for the last 10 years.  She will split her time this year between the two middle schools, and is thrilled to be part of the ELA team!  Courtenay Whalen

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  • Back To School Night Coming Up on Tuesday, August 9th:  New families will meet from 5:30-6:30 and returning families from 6:30-7:00.

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  • Meet Ryan West

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    Beginning in the 2016-2017 school year, Ryan West will be the principal of Englewood High School, Englewood Middle School and Englewood Leadership Academy. You can meet Mr. West in the TEC library on Wednesday, March 16 at 6:15 p.m. Click here to read a letter from Mr. West to the Englewood community. 

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  • Power School Tutorial

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  • Free and Reduced Price Lunch Application
     
    Please visit englewoodschools.heartlandapps.com to access the Free and Reduced Price Lunch application for the 2015-16 school year.
     
    Or, you can visit heartlandapps.com and select Colorado and Englewood Schools.
     
    If you have questions, please call 303-806-2026. 
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Application and Admissions

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