Family Resources

Family Hand Book 2022-2023

We want ALL families to have the resources they need to succeed. Check out the resources below for information and assistance. 


ECE Family Handbook

First page of the PDF file: ECEParentHandbook2021-2022-2



Parent & Child Rights in Special Education 

Procedural Safeguards Notice in English ClickHere.pdf


Procedural Safeguards Notice in Spanish ClickHereforSpanish.pdf


Health and Wellness Policy for Families

Health and Wellness Policy  2022-2023

English- SickandIllnessPolicy2020-2021.pdf

Spanish - Coming Soon!

Please speak with health assistant Ms. Michelle Watson 303-806-2531 if you have any questions related to our health policies


School Supplies and Other resources

Please visit the Englewood Family Resources Center If you need assistance with  school supplies, food, hygiene items, diapers and more. The Resources Center is located at 300 W. Chenango Ave. and has an open house the first Wednesday of every month. Please reach out to for additional information.

Keep in Touch

Englewood Schools uses ParentSquare for district, school, class and teacher communications. We will also use ParentSquare to notify families about an emergency. Contact information for ParentSquare comes from the information you provide during online registration. It can be changed by contacting your school's secretary. You can customize ParentSquare to meet your needs such as adjusting language settings or choosing the frequency of messages. To learn more about ParentSquare, please see these resources.

Social/Emotional Resources 

Click link

STEAM Resources

Click here to learn about the Honey lab and retrieve lesson plans!

Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (CLDE)

The CLDE: English Language Development program supports Englewood Schools’ mission and strategic plan, by providing English Language Development services to multilingual learners, so that they are able to equitably participate in the K-12 educational system. The CLDE: English Language Development program is committed to providing multilingual learners with a culturally-responsive education that promotes English language acquisition, and academic success in the general education classroom.

Please click here for more information

CLDE: English Language Development Mission and Vision.     (Español)

CLDE: English Language Development Program Model.     (Español)

Identification, Entry, Monitoring, Redesignation and Exit.     (Español)

2020 CLDE District English Language Development Plan Guidebook (Español)

ELD Welcome Packet (English) (Español)

Do you have any questions and need information? Please contact school district coordinator or teachers

John Mcgough - EMS

Brianna Montoya - EHS

Courtney Hudgins - Cherrelyn

Natalie Sheiko - Clayton

Sarah Merchant-  Clayton 

Rachel Richards - Bishop

Lindsay Marino - CLDE TOSA Coordinator and Coach

Jessica Andersson Barbour - ECE Maddox

Amber Waderich - Spanish Translator

Clarice Fortunato - Family Liaison


District English Language Development (ELD) Plan Committee Members

Clarice Fortunato - Family Liaison

Alma Olaechea Teacher -EMS

Connor Bilkos Teacher -EMS

Emily Pote Speech Language -Charles Hay

Jamie Adams Teacher -Bishop

Alan Escobar -Parent

Miriam Dozeman -Parent

Safety is Our Priority - Standard Response Protocol (SRP) 

  • To ensure the entire ECE Maddox Community is speaking the same language in terms of Safety and Emergency situations, the Standard Response Protocol will be followed by all staff, students, parents and visitors to our school builiding.  

  • Signage is located in all buildings throughout the district to help everyone know how to respond safely in each situation.  When you hear a SRP command, please LISTEN and RESPOND correctly for your safety and others. 

    There will be drills throughout the year to continue to train and prepare using the Standard Response Protocol (SRP).

Health and Wellness Guides 

Links to articles about wellness and behavior

The Benefits of Preschool

The Preschool experience is critical, as it helps 3, 4 and 5 year-old children develop the academic and life skills that will carry them into adulthood. Preschool provides children with essential opportunities to learn and practice the social-emotional, problem-solving, and academic skills that they will use throughout their lives.

Websites about the benefits related to preschool:

How can we support Preschool students together?


Help your child succeed in school

When it comes to your child’s education and future, you are a Learning Hero! Your superpowers include expertise about your child’s interests, habits, and personality. Combine this knowledge with a clear understanding of how to support your child’s learning and the sky’s the limit. Click on the link for easy to use tools and videos from our website partners at Learning Heroes.

Learning Tools


Colorado Academic Standards Guidelines


These guides describe major concepts your child will be learning in language arts, math, science and social studies by grade level. These printer-friendly guides include activities you can do with your child at home. Content for the guides is adapted from the Colorado Department of Education, Council of Great City Schools, and the National PTA.


Discover even more resources to help YOU be your best!