D6 Athlete of the Week – Kyra McFarland

Congratulations to Kyra McFarland from University Schools for being our first Athlete of the Week for the 2018-2019 School Year!! Kyra is a Junior, plays Softball for UH, and loves pre-game day Mac 'n Cheese. Please click on the link below to learn more about our Student Athlete of the Week. Every Friday, we will be spotlighting the many great athletes across the school district so make sure to follow

Greeley-Evans District 6 Worksite Wellness

Congratulations to Michael Apodaca, teacher at Monfort Elementary School Trailblazers who was nominated and selected as our Health Nut of the Month for September! Make sure to check out his story at www.greeleyschools.org/worksitewellness Thank you, Michael, for being a great role model for staff and students! Greeley-Evans District 6 Worksite WellnessCongratulations to Michael Apodaca, teacher at Monfort Elementary School Trailblazers who was nominated and selected as our Health Nut of

Fundraising can be a challenge, and what better challenge than competing in a co…

Fundraising can be a challenge, and what better challenge than competing in a cornhole tournament? Join The Fred Tjardes School of Innovation for a fun day of Corn Hole, food, prizes, and entertainment while giving back to the downtown Greeley District 6 school! Tickets are $40 for a team of 2 and all proceeds will go directly to projects supporting our students. Boards have been built to specs(ish) and the

Yesterday, Josephine Jones park played host to the City Cross Country Championsh…

Yesterday, Josephine Jones park played host to the City Cross Country Championships. Frontier Academy, University Schools, Northridge High School, Greeley Central High School - GCHS, and Greeley West Athletics competed for the city title in the boys' and girls' division. The Frontier Academy Boys team took 1st place with 37 points while Greeley Central High School - GCHS's Simon Kelati took first place individually in the boys' race. It should

Tointon named 2019 Citizen of the West – BizWest

Congratulations to a great man and a great partner of education! This is a huge honor for Mr. Tointon and we couldn't be happier for he and his family. #imdistrict6 https://bizwest.com/2018/09/19/tointon-named-2019-citizen-of-the-west/?member=unlimited Tointon named 2019 Citizen of the West – BizWestGREELEY – Greeley resident Bob Tointon has been named the 2019 Citizen of the West, the top honor awarded by the National Western Stock Show. The prestigious annual award recognizes those

Teachers, students say music and student achievement are connected at Brentwood Middle School

We have amazing teachers in District 6 who perform incredible feats to make sure our students have the best education possible. Thank you, Mrs. Azari and all the teachers out there who make a difference. You are changing the world! #imdistrict6 https://www.greeleytribune.com/news/teachers-students-say-music-and-student-achievement-are-connected-at-brentwood-middle-school/ Teachers, students say music and student achievement are connected at Brentwood Middle SchoolKathy Azari has done her best to provide instruments, from asking the school district for what

District 6 VIP Tours

Are your curious about what goes on in our schools on a regular school day? Well, we have an opportunity for you. Join us on Sept. 27 for our first ever VIP Tour. Learn more and sign up at www.greeleyschools.org/VIPtour. We have a seat for your on the bus! District 6 VIP ToursGreeley-Evans School District 6 is offering a new way for residents to get a personal view of what

Amendment 73 will be on the 2018 statewide ballot. If approved by voters, this a…

Amendment 73 will be on the 2018 statewide ballot. If approved by voters, this amendment would provide an additional $1.6 billion statewide to public education. In District 6, that would mean and additional $38.5 million annually. Please take the time to read this fact sheet and familiarize yourself with this important ballot issue. A statewide campaign promoting this ballot issue is also underway. More information on the campaign can be

Ride4Success

The Success Foundation supporting Greeley and Evans Schools is still looking for help with volunteers for its annual Ride For Success on Saturday, September 29 The group's primary need is for our Rider Support Team, but other opportunities are still available. MUST BE 18+, or accompanied by a parent/guardian. Sign up at d6successfoundation.org/ride4success Ride4SuccessRegistration is now open for both single riders and teams! Grab your friends and family and click

A huge congratulations to Bethany Balderrama, a counselor at Northridge High Sch…

A huge congratulations to Bethany Balderrama, a counselor at Northridge High School, who has been named the high school level Counselor of the Year for 2018 by the Colorado School Counselor Association. Balderrama has been a counselor at Northridge for nine years, spending her entire career at the school. The award honors professionals who serve as advocates for their students. A panel selects winners based on their innovation, effective counseling

Greeley-Evans School District 6 is hosting a series of VIP Tours for parents, co…

Greeley-Evans School District 6 is hosting a series of VIP Tours for parents, community members, business owners, employers, retired residents and anyone who would like to learn more about public schools in Greeley and Evans. District 6 is offering six, half-day tours throughout the school year that will provide information on academic achievement, operations, partnerships and what District 6 schools and staff are doing every day to ensure every child

Students say they trust Cary Smith, Greeley Central’s new principal, to maintain school’s values

Greeley Central High School - GCHS is in great hands as Cary Smith takes over the leadership role for our Wildcats! Students say they trust Cary Smith, Greeley Central’s new principal, to maintain school’s valuesCary Smith always knew he wanted to be involved in football. He played throughout school, tried out for the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs, and when that didn’t work out, he found a way to

BoardDocs® Pro

The Greeley-Evans District 6 Board of Education will meet on Monday, Sept. 10, 2018 at the District 6 Administration Building, 1025 9th Avenue. The full agenda can be accessed at www.greeleyschools.org/boarddocs. Click on the meeting date and then click on the “View the Agenda” button. The 6 p.m. regular business meeting will be broadcast live on Comcast cable channel 16 and subsequently posted on the district’s website, www.greeleyschools.org. BoardDocs® ProBoard