Welcome back to school, District 6 students and families!  We are so excited to begin the 2014-15 school year and are anxious to see students back in the classroom and learning. We will have some new and interesting programs and innovative ways to learn this year, as well as some new staff faces in many of our schools. We want our parents and families to be actively involved in their student’s education, and we ask you to inquire at your school how you can participate. We will try to keep you informed of activities, events and happenings in District 6 through this website, our individual school websites and social media sites, including the District 6 Facebook page at Follow us for the latest information on our students and our schools.

Here’s to another great school year! Let’s start learning!



Headlines & Features

  • Student Spotlight: Dean Urban

    Dean persevered through circumstances most of us will never have to live through. Through it all, he keeps his great attitude and loving spirit. Dean exemplifies what it means to be a ‘Grizzly’ and rises above the daily challenges life presents. ~ Cindy York, Northridge High School Office Manager

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  • District 6's Student Athlete of the Week-Jianna Piacenza

    This week’s District 6 Student Athlete of the Week is Jianna Piacenza from Greeley West High School. Jianna is a junior with a 3.1 GPA and is on the Spartan’s girls soccer team.

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  • 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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  • 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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