Wildcat Announcements

  • GRADUATION SURVEY

    Here is the link for the graduation survey (which was due May 1st!):

    Use your login for Infinite Campus for the username/password.

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  • The Greeley Central News Show
    Check out The Greeley Central News Show, the news show that gives you up-to-date happenings within the school.
    CLICK HERE to go to the News Show page (under the Yearbook site).
    These news reels are produced by the students in the video production classes.
    Keeping you in touch with the Castle!
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  • ABSENCES DURING TESTING/FIELD TRIPS

    Please note that during testing, field trips, or athletic events, your student may intially be marked absent until later that afternoon.  Attendance for some testing or school events is delayed due to receiving final student attendance lists from the testing rooms or field trip chaperones/coaches.

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  • NEWSPAPER

    Click here to check out the latest installment (and this year's archives) of the GCHS Highlight Newspaper.

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  • GCHS YEARBOOK
    The Spud 1983
    • CLICK HERE to go to the SPUD webpage for deadline & yearbook information.
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  • WILDCAT DAYS
    CLICK HERE to see when the next Wildcat Day is.  

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    You can also check out the "Other Events & Information" section at the bottom of the home page. 
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  • Attendance Phone #
    (970) 348-5014
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  • WILDCAT FOUNDATION
    King Soopers Card 5% Fundraiser
    Earn money for your sport!
    • Get your RE-LOADABLE King Soopers grocery cards from your coach.
    • These cards have $2.50 loaded on them.
    • Go to King Soopers (or City Market) and reload the card using your cash, check or credit card.
    • Cards can be reloaded at the information desk, gasoline kiosk or in your checkout line.
    • If you reload in the checkout line, do that first, before any groceries are scanned.
    • Your re-loadable card is tracked by King Soopers and a report (with 5% rebate check) is sent to the Wildcat Foundation every time we (The Wildcat Foundation) reach $5000 in sales.
    • This report will track the use of each card and the 5% will be added to specific sports accounts.
    • King Soopers cards can be used for grocery or gasoline.
    • Remember, King Soopers grocery cards are also good at most Kroger affiliated stores throughout the United States so send them to family members and have them help support your sport. 
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Welcome!

  • Memorial Day 1

    MEMORIAL DAY

    Please have a safe and fun Memorial Day weekend!

    Please take a moment to thank those that have paid the ultimate price to give all of us the freedoms we have today.  Check out various Memorial Day services throughout the state.Memorial Day 2

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  • 2016 CONGRATULATIONS!

    Congratulations to the Class of 2016!  You made it!  And we beat the weather!

    Be safe and have a great summer!

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  • GRADUATION PHOTOS & SENIOR CLASS PICTURE
    For those that wanted to get photos from your graduation you can now order your photos online:
    • Go to http://www.gradimages.com/
    • Type in the LAST name of the student
    • Enter "Greeley Central High School" for the school
    • Choose 2016 for the graduation year
    • When you see your name click the link on your name

    You will be able to see all of the photos available for you to choose.  Follow the instructions given to order your photos.

    If you would like to get a copy of the Senior class picture that was taken April 20th, 2016:
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  • SUMMER HOURS
    With the start of the summer season we will be back to our summer hours starting on Tuesday, May 31st.
    This summer we will have different summer hours than in the past.
    This summer the office will be open Monday - Thursday and closed on Fridays.
    Please refer to the following for specific dates and closures:

    May 30th - CLOSED (Memorial Day)
    May 31st - June 23rd
    • OPEN (6am-4:30pm)
    • CLOSED Each Friday
    June 24th - July 10th - CLOSED for summer break
    July 11th - July 14th - OPEN (6am-4:30pm)
    July 15th - CLOSED
    July 18th - CLOSED (for meetings downtown)
    July 19th - July 21st - OPEN (6am - 4:30pm)
    July 22nd - CLOSED
    July 25th - July 28th - OPEN (6am - 4:30pm)
    July 29th - CLOSED
    August 1st - Back to regular hours (6:45am - 3:45pm) Open Mon-Fri
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  • COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT LETTER

    As you may have heard, District 6 is currently studying a possible funding measure that would ask our communities of Greeley and Evans to directly invest in our students and our schools.  Please see the letter below from our school with information on this very important topic.

    The community meeting dates are:

    • Wednesday, April 6, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Martinez Elementary School, 341 14th Avenue in Greeley. This meeting will be conducted in Spanish only.
    • Wednesday, April 13, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Evans Community Center, 1100 37th Street, Evans. Spanish translation provided.
    • Tuesday, April 19, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Farr Regional Library, 1939 61st Avenue, Greeley. Spanish translation provided.

    Also on Sunday, April 10, there is an opportunity for you to participate in a Telephone Town Hall that will address funding needs in District 6. This will take place from 5-6 p.m. A group of people including the superintendent, a teacher, an administrator, a parent and a community leader will be on the call to answer questions and provide information. Later, we will provide you information on how to sign up for the Telephone Town Hall. You will receive a call on April 10 at the phone number you provide, and be given prompts to participate in this public discussion.

    I also encourage you to take a few minutes to give your input by filling out a parent/community survey. This survey is available at www.greeleyschools.org/communitysurvey. It will just take a few minutes to complete.

    We hope that you are able to attend one of the community meetings listed above.

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  • BRIGHT FUTURES

    The Bright Futures program is simple. Set up as a workforce development fund, the Weld County Bright Future Grant Program is a tuition assistance program for Weld County high school graduates, GED recipients and Honorably Discharged U.S. Veterans and is funded by donations from taxpayers who receive tax incentive payments or credits for their contribution.  To learn more about the Weld County Bright Futures Grant Program, go to http://www.weldcountybrightfutures.com.

    You can download the Applicant Release of Information Form by clicking here.

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  • STUDENT DROP-OFF
    Please drop students off at the West entrance (student parking lot) in the morning for school.  This parking lot is designed for a better flow of traffic.  The Faculty parking lot (located on the North side of the building) is not designed for high-volume traffic and by trying to drop your student off at the North doors creates a bottle-neck on 15th Street and in the parking lot itself.
    The West entrance (student parking lot) creates a safer area for your student to get into the buildinig rather than having them walk across 15th Street in traffic.  Thank you for your attention to this as we strive to keep the area safe for not only your student but for you as well.
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  • ATTENDANCE
    To report an absence for your student please call the attendance line directly at (970) 348-5014
    Please also remember to bring a photo ID with you when you come to pick up your child.
    Although some staff may know the parents of the students not everyone in the office may be familiar with you or your child.
    Thank you for your cooperation.
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Headlines & Features

  • District 6's Student Athlete of the Week-Isaac Vargas

    This week’s District 6 Student Athlete of the Week is Isaac Vargas from Greeley Central High School. Isaac is a senior with a 2.5 GPA and is on the Wildcat’s baseball team.

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  • Student Spotlight: Emma Kerr

    Emma has dedicated her high school career not only to her own personal advancement but the advancement of her fellow “Wildcats”, serving on Student Council, Link Crew, and as a senior mentor. Ms. Kerr had volunteered countless hours for the betterment of Greeley Central High School and we are extremely appreciative of her efforts. ~Administrative Staff

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  • Nondiscrimination Statement

    Greeley-Evans School District 6 and the Board of Education commits itself to a policy of nondiscrimination and shall not discriminate in its educational, employment or hiring practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability. Concern or complaint procedures have been established for students, parents, employees and members of the public. The following person(s) have been identified as a compliance officer for District 6:


    Chief Human Resources Officer
    1025 9th Avenue Greeley, CO 80631
    Phone: (970) 348-6000

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