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Englewood Public Schools
Englewood Schools is a school district located in Englewood, Colorado, United States, in the Greater Denver area.
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In 1991 Roscoe Davidson, the superintendent, won "Colorado Superintendent of the Year" in 1991. He retired in 1999. Ginny McKibben of the Denver Post said that Davidson "has represented the best for many Colorado educators: scholarly, impeccably dressed and imbued with the voice of reason."
In 2000 the district enrollment decreased by 188 students, above the predicted loss of 100 students. As a result, the school district lost $1 million in funding for the 1999-2000 school year. Steven White, the superintendent, said that he would attempt to find methods to attract more students, and that the decline would result in budget cuts. Ginny McKibben of the Denver Post said that in general outerlying school districts in Greater Denver were "flourishing" but that Englewood Schools had a different scenario.
- Englewood Middle School
- Englewood Leadership Academy (ELA) - Alternate school for accelerated learning
- Bishop Elementary School
- Cherrelyn Elementary School
- Clayton Elementary School
- Charles Hay World Elementary School
- Englewood Schools Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program at Maddox
- ^ McKibben, Ginny. "Englewood school chief to retire "Diplomat' Davidson to leave after 22 years." Denver Post. February 16, 1999. Denver and West Section B-01. Retrieved on May 14, 2013. Article ID 743332.
- ^ McKibben, Ginny. "Englewood schools seek students Recruitment efforts increased as declining enrollment threatens budget." Denver Post. February 12, 2000. Section DTW, Page B-02. Retrieved on May 14, 2013. Article ID 1019880. "At a time when outlying school districts are flourishing, the Englewood School District lost 188 students and nearly $1 million in state funding this school year."
- ^ Bingham, Janet. "Alternative students justify boast Englewood school 1 of 4 honored for excellence." Denver Post. December 10, 1991. p. 1B. Retrieved on May 14, 2013. Article ID DNVR98950. "Some thought it presumptuous when a group of Englewood students insisted their school be named "Colorado's Finest Alternative High School." But the name was vindicated yesterday when the school was one of four statewide to be named Colorado Schools of Excellence. The honor is the highest to be awarded in a new state program aimed at recognizing outstanding public schools."