Nine Greeley-Evans School District 6 seniors who will graduate in May have been notified they will receive the prestigious Daniels Scholarship.
Paid for through the Daniels Fund, a private foundation started by entrepreneur and cable television pioneer Bill Daniels, these scholarships cover four years of tuition and fees, room and board, books and miscellaneous educational expenses for scholars who attend any accredited nonprofit college or university in the United States.For the full press release click HERE.
A Northridge High School student has been awarded the prestigious Boettcher Foundation Scholarship, while two other District 6 students have been named as alternates to receive the award.
Leaders of Scott Elementary School are seeking the assistance of the community to help celebrate the school’s 50th birthday.
The school, named for educator and principal Wilma Scott, will celebrate Wilma Scott Night from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, May 7 at the school, 3000 13th St., Greeley. Those planning the celebration would like to hear from anyone who worked with or knew Wilma Scott, and would be willing to share their experiences.
The school was named for Scott after she retired from education in 1969. It was the first time a school in District 6 had been named for a living person.
Anyone who would be willing to share their experiences with Wilma Scott is urged to contact Scott Principal Lazlo Hunt at email@example.com or call Amy Rotunno at (970) 348-2200.
Greeley-Evans School District 6 elementary and K-8 schools will conduct kindergarten registration for incoming students through April 30.
Incoming kindergarten students must be five years old by October 1, 2015 in order to register for the 2015-16 school year.
The Colorado School Nutrition Association has named Jefferson High School Kitchen Manager Daniel Lukasavitz the 2015 Manager of the Year.
Lukasavitz has worked for District 6 since December of 2011, first in the Central Kitchen and then at Jefferson.
Kara Sample, assistant director of Nutrition Services, nominated Daniel for this honor. In the nomination, Sample said Lukasavitz is always willing to go above and beyond to help students and District 6.
“Dan goes out of his way to interact with the students and build relationships with them,” Sample wrote in the nomination. “Often, Dan will notify the school staff when he feels like there might be a student who needs someone to talk to. It’s the little things that set Dan apart!”
As Colorado’s winner this year, Lukasavitz automatically becomes a nominee for the Southwest Regional Manager of the Year.
Greeley West High School Fine and Performing Arts is presenting the musical “Legally Blond” March 13, 14, 20 and 21 at the school auditorium, 2401 35th Avenue.
Greeley-Evans School District 6 is hosting a public tour of Prairie Heights Middle School, which is under construction at the intersection of 65th Avenue and 37th Street in Evans.
The tour of the school will take place from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 22. The parking lot for Prairie Heights is located on the south side of the school, and can be accessed from 65th Avenue about 200 yards south of the 37th Street intersection. Residents are urged to stop by anytime during the tour window and see their tax dollars at work.
The Greeley-Evans School District 6 Eighth Grade Career Expo will be held Thursday April 9, at Island Grove Events Center in Greeley, and local businesses are needed to participate in this important event.
The Career Expo is designed to bring together eighth-grade youth who are thinking about their future education and career goals with leaders in Greeley's business community.
Greeley-Evans School District 6 is currently in the process of applying to transfer its International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program from John Evans Middle School to Brentwood Middle School next school year.
Because of this change, District 6 is has created a special open enrollment window for those students interested in switching to Brentwood for the IB program.
Greeley-Evans School District 6 is seeking recommendations from the community on how Title I, II and III money can best be used to improve student achievement during the 2015-16 school year.
Each year, District 6 receives federal funding for specific programs that assist with various student needs. These programs include:
Comments and recommendations should be sent to Kathi VanSoest, executive director of student support services, at (970) 348-6260 or firstname.lastname@example.org.