Do you want to learn more about Greeley-Evans School District 6? Would you like to learn how public school finances work, or how we transport 10,000 students to school every day? Are you interested in learning more about what students actually learn in the classroom, how curriculum is developed or assessments are given? Have you ever wondered what is really in that school lunch?
Then join us for the fifth annual Citizens Academy! The academy is held the first Monday of the month, beginning Oct. 6 and continuing through May. The two-hour sessions, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., are held at various schools and sites throughout the school district. Academy
participants will tour schools, the administration building
and other support service offices. Topics will include overviews of school finance and
administration, curriculum and instruction, facility maintenance, school safety and discipline, special programs and unique
opportunities for students, student achievement results, transportation
services and student nutrition.
Here is a schedule of the sites to be visited during the 2014-15 school year:
- Monday, October 6: District 6 Administration Building, 1025 9th Avenue, Greeley
- Monday, November 3: Centennial Elementary School, 1400 37th Street, Evans
- Monday, December 1: Winograd K-8, 320 North 71st Avenue, Greeley
- Monday, February 2: John Evans Middle School, 2900 15th Avenue, Greeley
- Monday, March 2: Jefferson High School, 1315 4th Avenue, Greeley
- Monday, April 6: Transportation Office, 155 East 27th Street, Greeley
- Monday, May 4: District 6 Service Center, 2508 4th Avenue, Greeley
There is no cost to attend the Academy, and participants will receive lunch during the meetings. We will try to keep the class size small in order to allow in-depth questions and answers.
To register for the Citizens Academy, please contact Communications Director Theresa Myers at 348-6003 or email@example.com
. There is a cap on enrollment, so please register soon!