D6 Nutrition Service Survey Information:
“Students and Parents- D6 Nutrition Services wants your feedback on their menu and customer service! Please take time to complete a survey from either your mobile phone or by visiting the Nutrition Department’s website. You could win 1 of 3 Fitbit zips!
The survey is only 11 questions long and can be completed in under 5 minutes. All responses are kept confidential and will be used to improve our menu selections and service to customers. Thank you!
Thursday, February 26th
Children entering Kindergarten for the 2015-16 school year need to be 5 years old on or before October 1st.
Registration is March 2nd-April 24th
* Birth Certificate
* Immunization Record
* Proof of Residency (lease agreement, or a current utility bill)
* Parent's ID
* Documentation of Special Education (if applicable)
for more information.
JUMP ROPE FOR HEART EVENT AT MEEKER ELEMENTARY WAS A SUCCESS!
Last week, students jumped all over heart disease and stroke by participating in Jump Rope for Heart. The students raised more than $1,900 for the American Heart Association, which funds research, programs and education to fight heart disease and stroke, our nation’s No. 1 and No. 4 killers.
I’m so pleased with the success of this year’s event! We all had a lot of fun, and the kids enjoyed learning about the importance of physical activity and how they can play a role in saving lives. We had over 65 students participate in fundraising! Here are my top students:
• Ahneveah W. ($310)
• Caleyann R. ($90)
• Freddy C. ($85)
• Jaxon R. ($75)
The top classrooms are:
• Ms. Thelen-Wade ($310)
• Ms. Teer ($252)
• Ms. Tanner ($204)
• Mr. Arnold ($203)
Thank you to everyone who participated in Jump Rope for Heart!!
Hygiene and warm clothing collected for students in need
Greeley-Evans School District 6 is collecting hygiene items and cold weather clothing to distribute to students in need in honor of November’s National Homeless and Runaway Youth Awareness month.
Greeley-Evans School District’s Families in Transition Program enrolls students in school, and provides resources and materials to academically support students in achieving their education. Over the last 5 school years, the Families in Transition Program has identified and assisted an average of 635 students per school year. Families and youth in our community may find themselves in transitional living situations due to a variety of circumstances.
Donations are now being accepted to support students identified in the Families in Transition Program in recognition of the awareness month. Hygiene items are used every day by most people, but a student living in a transitional living circumstance may not readily have those items.
Also, as the cold weather season begins, students are in need of warm clothing that will keep them warm as they walk to school, wait for their school bus, and play outside for recess.
Items being requested are:
Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Items may be placed in the donation box on the first floor of the District 6 Administration Building, 1025 9th Avenue. The office is open 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays. The donation box will be available throughout the month of November, but donations of these items are always appreciated year round in the Welcome Center of the district’s Administration Building.
- Toothpaste and toothbrushes
- Bars of soap or shower gel
- Shampoo and conditioner
- Feminine Hygiene Products
- Shaving Gel
- Beanies or stocking caps