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Sprint Into Summer 5k Walk/Run 

The Sprint Into Summer 5k walk/run is being offered as an opportunity for students and employees of Greeley-Evans School District 6 and their families to get out, get some exercise together and set a good example of healthy living.

Saturday, May 2, 2015 at Greeley West High School: 2401 35th Avenue Greeley, Colorado 80634

Race day registration starts at 7AM and ends at 7:45AM

Two Race Formats

• 5K (3.1 miles) starts at 8 a.m.

• Kids Fun Run (.5 mile) for kids ages 10 & under starts at 8:45AM

Registration Fees: Individual: $5 Additional Family Members: $3

Registration fees go up after April 27

SIGN UP TODAY ONLINE Register online at www.greeleyschools.org/5k

OR submit completed registration forms to Bells Running/Walking at 3620 West 10th St

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Se esta ofreciendo la caminata /carrera de Correr para Alcanzar el Verano 5k como oportunidad para que los estudiantes y empleados del Distrito 6 de Greeley-Evans y sus familias salgan, hagan ejercicio juntos y logren ser un buen ejemplo de vivir sanos.

Sabado, 2 de Mayo, 2015 a la Escuela Preparatoria Greeley West: 2401 35th Ave. Greeley, Colorado 80634

inscripción el mismo día comienza a las 7 a.m.

Dos Tipos de Carreras

• 5K (3.1 millas) comienza a las 8 a.m.

• Carrera Divertida Niños (.5 milla) para niños de 10 años menos comienza a las 8:45 a.m.

Cuota de Inscripción: Individual: $5 Miembros Adicionales de la Familia: $3

La cuota de inscripción sube despues del 27 de abril

INSCRIBASE AHORA: www.greeleyschools.org/5k

O entregue su inscripción ya completa a Bells Running/Walking (3620 W. 10th St.)

 

 
April 16, 2015

Dear Parents:

Each year, the state of Colorado looks at the performance of our students on state assessments, and gives each school a rating based on an analysis of those scores. These ratings then determine what kind of improvement plan each school will be assigned. Schools may be required to implement a performance plan, improvement plan, priority improvement plan, or turnaround plan. Performance plans require the least amount of change and turnaround plans require the most dramatic strategies for improvement.

 

Based on the results, our school is required to develop a priority improvement plan. We met or approached expectations in the following areas.

  • Academic growth in reading, math, writing and English Language Proficiency (ACCESS)

  • Academic growth gaps in reading for free/reduced lunch eligible, minority students, English learners, and students needing to catch up

  • Academic growth gaps in math for free/reduced lunch eligible, minority students, English learners, and students needing to catch up

  • Academic growth gaps in writing for free/reduced lunch eligible, minority students, students with disabilities, English learners, and students needing to catch up


But according to the ranking, these are areas where we did not meet expectations.

  • Reading achievement

  • Math achievement

  • Writing achievement

  • Academic growth gaps in reading for students with disabilities

  • Academic growth gaps in math for students with disabilities

 

We have developed a plan to address the areas where we did not meet expectations and submitted a two-year plan to the state on January 15, 2015.

 

If you would like to know how we are addressing improvement areas in the plan and receive an update on our progress in implementing last year’s plan, please plan to attend the following meeting.

  • School Accountability Meeting: May 12 at 3:45 pm in the library

 

Sincerely,

Mark Thompson, Ed. D.

Principal



 







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