At Greeley-Evans School District 6, we are proud of the programs we have in the place and the learning that goes on in our schools every day. But I realize that most citizens in our community don’t have the same kind of access to our schools that we do as employees of the district. We want to change that.

The 6th Annual District 6 Citizens Academy will begin again October 5, and continue meeting on the first Monday of each month through May. It is a chance for interested residents to get an up-close and personal look at the daily operations of our schools at each level, plus receive in depth information about our central administration, transportation services, nutrition services, facilities and more.

What’s even more important than the information you will glean is the chance to have your questions answered. Maybe it’s been years since you’ve been inside a school, or had your children enrolled in school. Maybe you are currently a parent of District 6 students, but want to learn more about other programs and schools. Maybe you are a business owner who wants to attract quality employees to this area, some of whom may have school-age children. Maybe you’ve heard things about District 6 in the community, and you want to either confirm or dispel what you’ve heard.

The Citizens Academy is an excellent way to have all your questions answered, learn some things you maybe didn’t know about District 6 and see first-hand what is happening in your public schools. The seven sessions are just two hours – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. – and we even provide lunch from our nationally-recognized Nutrition Services department.

Here are this year’s Citizens Academy Schedule:

  • Monday, October 5, 2015District 6 Administration Building, 1025 9th Ave., Greeley
  • Monday, November 2, 2015Heiman Elementary School, 3500 Palermo Ave., Evans
  • Monday, December 7, 2015Chappelow K-8 Arts and Literacy Magnet, 2001 34th St., Evans
  • January – No session
  • Monday, February 1, 2016Prairie Heights Middle School, 3737 65th Ave., Evans
  • Monday, March 7, 2016Greeley Central High School, 1515 14th Ave., Greeley
  • Monday, April 4, 2016Transportation Office, 155 East 27th St., Greeley
  • Monday, May 2, 2016, District 6 Service Center, 2508 4th Ave., Greeley

It’s easy to sign up for the Citizens Academy. Just contact our Communications Director Theresa Myers at (970) 348-6003 or at and register.

I invite you to join us for the Citizens Academy. It is an informative, enjoyable and enlightening look at the 13th largest school district in Colorado. We look forward to meeting you! 


food service Greeley-Evans School District 6 provides parents an easy and convenient way to pay for student meals. Parents may pay with Discover, VISA or MasterCard credit or debit cards for these items. Our Web Store accepts payments over the internet 24/7. By contracting with RevTrak, a national credit card payment processor, we provide you a secure site for making payments. Please note there will be a $.50 Convenience Fee assessed per transaction.
To make an online payment follow these simple steps:
You will need the student's last name and student ID number 
A payment receipt will be emailed to the address used when setting up the Web Store account. To view/print previous online payments or to update login information please click on My Account. 

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