The ECE Maddox program is licensed by the Colorado Department of Human Services
Colorado Shines, a Quality Rating Improvement System (QRIS) assigns a quality rating to licensed early care and education programs. All licensed child care programs caring for children prior to kindergarten are required to participate in the Colorado Shines system that rates the quality of care they provide.
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About Englewood Early Childhood Education Program
The Englewood Schools ECE program serves children with a variety of educational needs, including children with identified special education needs, through preschool and child care services. Our goal is to help each child develop a positive self-image, a positive attitude toward learning, and to support children's social and educational development. All children participate in enriching activities based on the Creative Curriculum model with additional research-based programs used to supplement instruction so that we can best meet the academic and social-emotional needs of every child.
The ECE program utilizes funding from Head Start, Colorado Preschool Program (CPP), Title 1, and State and Federal Special Education Services offered to children with disabilities or special education needs are in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
3838 South Huron Street, Englewood, CO 80110
Phone : 303.781.7585
Meet the principal
Leigh Pytlinski - Principal
The Englewood Early Childhood program delivers integrated services in a play based, developmentally appropriate manner to encourage a strong foundation for lifelong learning. We value and support the role of the parents/guardians as partners in their educational development. Each classroom consists of children who vary in age, developmental level, strengths, and needs.
ECE Mission Statement
In partnership with families and the Englewood community, the Englewood ECE will provide and support high quality developmentally appropriate, comprehensive early childhood services which meet the social/emotional, physical and educational needs of all preschool-age children, and their families.
We are an educational community who—
Accepts all children
Believes every child has the right to learn
Takes time to reflect and connect
Works together to positively support everyone
Grows and learns as part of life’s journey
So that all students—
Sustain physically active learning
Learn to work together (collaborate)
Think and make connections to their world
Develop a strong Social Emotional foundation
Grow in readiness for kindergarten in Literacy, Math, and 21st Century skills,
Are accepted and safe to learn
Collaborating with families who—
Have good intentions
Know their child best, as the first and primary teacher
Are wonderfully diverse
Bring unique family cultures, beliefs, routines and traditions that are valuable
Make our community great!
Englewood Schools' Vision
Graduating the leaders, thinkers, and explorers of tomorrow