Every child is a wonderfully unique individual who possesses her or his own learning style and maturity level.
Every child is a wonderfully unique individual who possesses her or his own learning style and maturity level. That is why, at Englewood Christian School (ECS), we approach each child as someone with a unique set of talents and learning needs. Englewood Christian School was opened in 2001 to serve the needs of our growing community. Over the years, the school has earned praise for its continuous improvement in student test scores AND consistently high levels of parent satisfaction. Englewood Christian School may be a new name to downtown Englewood, but our faculty and staff are experienced and skilled, and our ACE curriculum has been improving the learning of students since 1970. We challenge every student to surpass his or her own personal best. Englewood Christian School is particularly proud of its diversity and takes every opportunity to celebrate those characteristics that make us different. We welcome all who come through our door.
Pinewood derby fun! Winner was Ryan Harvey, second James Garrison, third Ryan Sherknus, fourth Nicholas Goureev. All the kids were good sports!
James attempting to pie Mrs Cheryl....her one hope was that it wouldn't get the top of her head.....
Sunday through Wednesday this last week, Crosspoint Church held revival services. We encouraged kids to come and offered a variety of rewards - the most popular being getting to throw a pie at the teacher of choice (for attending 3 out of 4 nights). Here are a few pictures from the services and then from today. Videos to follow.
We took the kids to tour the new building this morning & had chapel there.
gofundme.com www.ecschool.org Englewood Christian School began in 2010 working with many students who have learning disabilities. The school currenly holds classes at Crosspoint Church and has grown to 52 students. The students work through books and many learn with laptops the school provides. ...
A few more pictures from our trip to Heritage Village.
A couple more pictures from Heritage Village.
We went back to Heritage Village today. The kids had a lot of fun learning & trying out the different activities.
[01/20/19] Remember - no school tomorrow, January 21. See you Tuesday.
Field trip to Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park. It was a beautiful afternoon for a hike.
ECS’s first Spelling Bee was Friday the 21st. The kids had a lot of fun.
Pineapples, coconuts, & bananas....come see what it’s all about Wednesday night at 6. Free dinner at 5. Hope to see you there!
Our kindergarten class was gifted some monarch caterpillars. There are 3 (one big & 2 little bitty ones). We are in need of some milkweed for them as they are very hungry. If you have any that you could send in, we would be grateful! They eat 2-3 sprigs/day.
Practicing for Christmas in Hawaii.
Field trip to Heritage Village. There were lots of hands on activities. We tried fence building, cattle lassoing, singing in a church, and then dress up.
Mrs. Cheryl’s class did their presentations on early Florida.
Mr. John’s class did their Renaissance & Medieval presentations this morning.
[07/26/18] On Tuesday, August 7, at 7pm there will be a mandatory Parent meeting. At least one parent/guardian who is involved in the educational decisions of their student must attend. We will be offering 3 different learning tracks this year which will be explained during this meeting. A parent/guardian needs to be there to make this important choice for your student.
Governor Scott has signed into Florida law, a new bill passed by State legislature. The bill created another scholarship which allows any student who is getting bullied at a public school, to receive a scholarship to attend a private school of his/her choice. We accept these scholarships as well. No student should feel they have to be placed in a "bullied" environment. If your son or daughter feels they are being bullied, call us for help with the scholarship. Once the scholarship is received, it stays with the student all the way through their school years.
It was so hot at the zoo yesterday that the anteater was playing in the sprinkler!
School field trip to the Naples Zoo.
We are ready for our book fair Starting this Monday the 16th - Friday the 20th
Our butterflies hatched earlier this week and we released them today. The kids loved watching them fly away!
Science - learning about bones.
Music class for K-2.
Caterpillar #4 made his chrysalis today. We time-lapsed video'd it for about 2 hrs. Hopefully #5 will be making his soon.
Kindergarten has been watching these caterpillars grow. It’s amazing how fast they’ve grown since we got them March 2. Hopefully next week they’ll make a chrysalis.
Myakka River State Park field trip. We saw some gators & squirrels. We also did the canopy walk.
This week in science the kids learned about how digestion works. They ripped a piece of bread, mixed it with water, then strained the liquid out through towel, and then squeezed the remaining water out. It simulated chewing & mixing with saliva (and stomach acid), then traveling through the small intestine & into the large intestine.
Practice for the Christmas musical program continues. The kids are doing great! Come see them this Friday at 6:30.
Some pictures from our trip to the manatee viewing center at Apollo Beach.
Christmas program practice is in full swing!
[11/23/17] We here at Englewood Christian School want to wish all of our friends and families a happy Thanksgiving
Another sparring match from our taekwondo demo. This is Johnny G & a girl from class.
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