Welcome back from Spring Break! We at District 6 hope you all had a safe and restful vacation.

We are in the final stretch of the school year. Just seven more weeks of school is left before summer vacation.

I hope you will all use this time to learn all you can and work hard to finish the school year strong. We have many exciting things during the next few weeks, including art shows and concerts, Advanced Placement examinations, field days, graduations and much more. It’s a fun time in our schools.

Keep focused on your learning and together, we will make the last few weeks of school great!
Ranelle Lang

Headlines & Features

  • Teacher Who Makes a Difference-Jenny Vojik

    Jenny Vojik, a teacher at Bella Romero Elementary School, is the April 2014 "Teacher Who Makes a Difference" in Greeley-Evans School District 6.

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  • Student Spotlight: Mark Morales

    Mark is the type of student who serves as a role model for others. His work ethic, positive attitude and persistence for success are just a few of the many qualities he exhibits on a daily basis.

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  • District 6's Student Athlete of the Week-Kiley Cropper

    This week’s District 6 Student Athlete of the Week is Kiley Cropper from Greeley West High School. Kiley is a sophomore with a 3.43 GPA and is on the Spartan’s volleyball, basketball and soccer teams.

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  • Greeley-Evans School District 6 breaks ground on new middle school

    On Thursday, March 27, 2014 Greeley-Evans School District 6 broke ground on the new Prairie Heights Middle School. The new school will be located southwest of the intersection of 37th Street and 65th Avenue in Evans. Prairie Heights will replace John Evans when it opens in August of 2015. The new school is funded through a state of Colorado Building Excellent Schools Today grant of $22 million and a voter-approved $8.3 million bond issue.

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