Skip to main content
Colorado Department of Education

SchoolView: School and District Data from the Colorado Department of Education

Burlington Elementary School (1148)

Elementary school

Google map of Burlington Elementary School



Total Students Served

Pre-K - Grade 5

School Profile

About Burlington Elementary School (1148)


Burlington Elementary School


Burlington has struggled the past couple of years. In addition to the pandemic, which impacted all schools, Burlington's culture and climate were impacted by a change in leadership that started the first full year of the pandemic. According to climate surveys during this time, an environment was created in which teachers did not feel heard or trusted, and a student population presented with increasingly significant behavior concerns. The former principal left her position in March of 2022 and th e new principal started July 1, 2022. Burlington was without consistent leadership during the last quarter of the 21-22 school year. Behavior: During the 21-22 school leadership teams worked on developing a school-wide Tier 1 behavior framework to provide a system to address a lack of structure around behavioral expectations. This framework was finally completed prior to the start of the 2022-23 school year and implemented at the beginning of the year. Climate/Culture: Prior to school starting, the new principal met with every teacher and staff member to listen to concerns and hopes for Burlington's future and to begin to build trusting relationships to address the climate/culture needs of the school. One frequently cited area of concern was a lack of communication and unilateral decision-making by the former administrator. In reviewing the 2021-22 UIP, it became clear that staff did not have input into the plan, the root cause information, or the development of the goals for the year. This year, the leadership team and teachers were highly involved in reviewing data, brainstorming root causes, and developing goals for the 22-23 UIP. Achievement: Burlington students were rated 'approaching' for overall achievement expectations during the 21-22 school year. Areas of concern (rated 'does not meet') include the performance of ELL students and students who are on IEPs in ELA, and ELL students, students on IEPs, minority students, and students with F/R lunch status in Math. Growth: Burlington students exceeded growth in ELA and were rated approaching in Math. F/R lunch students met expectations in Math. Overall, Burlington students met growth expectations.



More Enrollment Info

Student-Teacher Ratio


More Staff Info

Performance Rating

Attendance Rate


More Attendance Info

4-Year Grad Rate

Not applicable for this school

More Graduation Info

Dropout Rate

Not applicable for this school

More Dropout Info

Average SAT & PSAT Scores

Not applicable for this

More SAT & PSAT Info

Chronically Absent


More Absenteeism Info


N/A means these data are not available.
-- means the group size is too small, so these data are not displayed to protect student or educator privacy.

Explore More:

SchoolView Legend








Data not available.


Group size too small. Data are not displayed to protect student or educator privacy.

Click these icons on any chart to show or hide data

Contact Us:

About this website:

Colorado Dept. of Education
201 East Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80203

Phone: 303-866-6600
Contact CDE

Copyright © 1999-2024 Colorado Department of Education.
All rights reserved.