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    May 7-11 is Teacher Appreciation Week. We have suggested some fun ideas to show your teacher or anyone else that works at your school some appreciation! 

    Monday Give your teacher a thoughtful compliment!

    Tuesday Draw your teacher a picture! Put in good effort!

    Wednesday Wear your teacher’s favorite color! Bonus if you don’t have to ask.

    Thursday Write your teacher a card or note of appreciation!

    Friday Give your teacher a happy! (Ideas: flower, drink, snack, favorite pampering item, or even just your very best behavior!



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    Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, sixth grade classes will be composed
    of diverse sets of students reflecting the overall population at each
    middle school. In place of separate leveled classes, students will learn in
    classrooms with a variety of their
    peers.  They will be provided with rigorous, appropriate, project-based
    learning and instruction,with differentiation occurring within each classroom
    to meet the various needs of middle school learners.
    STEAM curriculum will enable collaboration and real-world application 
    of problem-solving skills. One of the goals of middle school is to provide students the
    opportunity to develop their abilities to interact both socially and academically
    with many types of people. Another is to be able to integrate their experiences
    into a diverse culture both within their own school and within their community.
    Sixth grade is the transition between elementary and secondary.
    Sixth grade students will continue with the familiar classroom-based
    groupings and differentiatedactivities and assessments they experienced
    in elementary school while also moving into the secondary format of going
    to content specific classes.
    The purpose for this change is three-fold: (1) to enable more time for
    adjustment to middle school; (2) to create meaningful, purposeful social
    interaction and collaborative skills;and (3)to provide opportunities
    for accurate planning as students continue into the secondary
    structure of seventh grade. Students who have been identified as
    gifted and talentedwill have the opportunity to continue in the GATE program
    through the Creative Expressions 6
    –GATE course that will explore a variety of rigorous and creative
    critical-thinkingtopics and activities, including robotics, coding, and engineering,
    as well as the arts and humanities.
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    Englewood is a Leader in me school. This means that the EES faculty has under gone a three-day training of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People (Covey) and completed a book study of The Leader in Me (Covey). The Leader in Me is an innovative, schoolwide model that emphasizes a culture of student empowerment and helps unleash each child's full leadership potential.  By applying The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, teachers and students internalize timeless leadership principles that nurture the skills that students need for success in the 21st century. For more information see the Leader in Me link!


           Englewood is an AMSTI school!
    AMSTI  The Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative is the Alabama Department of Education’s initiative to improve math and science teaching statewide.  Its mission is to provide all students in Grades K-12 with the knowledge and skills needed for success in the workforce and/or postsecondary studies (college and career ready).


    This site is intended to provide parents and the community with contact information and district procedures for handling severe weather events.  Note: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section has been updated.

    Along with maintaining our instructional program, student safety remains as our greatest concern. In times of threatening conditions due to severe weather, we have developed a plan throughout the Tuscaloosa County School System to allow for a delayed opening of school. If such action is required, the time for the opening of school will be announced through all normal media outlets, system website, and parent notification system. Bus transportation schedules will be adjusted to allow for the delay and breakfast will be offered upon students' arrival to school. Schools will follow their regular afternoon dismissal plan. If absences are related due to severe weather, please contact your local school administrators.

    English : (205) 342-2900    Spanish : 205) 342-2910


    FFVP  EES we participate in FFVP (The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program)

    This program provides our students with a variety of free fresh fruit and vegetable snacks throughout the school week. Click below to learn more.  FFVP


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    A=Always learning
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