Welcome To Greeley Central


  • SUMMER BASEBALL TRYOUTS

     

    bball bball2 Summer baseball tryouts will be this Tuesday & Wednesday (May 21 & 22).

    Due to the weather, tryouts will be in the Aux Gym from 4:30pm-5:30pm.

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  • SUMMER WORKOUTS

     

    Click the link below to view the summer workouts. Each sport has their own workout times and locations. Please click on the sport you wish to view. Contact the coach for updated information.

    Click here to view.

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  • SENIOR BULLETIN

     

    The Senior class photo and meeting took place on Thursday, April 18th.

    The Senior Bulletin was handed out at the end of the class meeting. This bulletin has all of the information needed for any student who is planning to graduate and also has all of the expectations of all of our graduates. A copy of this bulletin was handed out at the senior class photo and meeting date (or click here to download). A copy can also be found in the Counseling Office.

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  • SPRING 2019 FINALS SCHEDULE

     

    Our finals schedule for Spring 2019 is now available.

    Finals week begins Monday (5/20) with a normal Monday bell schedule for review sessions. Finals will take place on Tuesday (5/21), Wednesday (5/22) and Thursday (5/23).

    CLICK HERE to download this schedule.

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  • Tuesday SPRING 2019 - FINALS BELL SCHEDULE

     

    BUSES WILL RUN AT THEIR REGULAR TIMES EACH DAY.

    Blocks have been designed to provide sufficient time for the completion of all finals.  If time permits, we encourage all students to utilize any additional block time to prepare for remaining finals as well as the Test Prep & Make-up time provided on Wednesday and Thursday.

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    SPRING 2019 - FINALS BELL SCHEDULE

     

    BUSES WILL RUN AT THEIR REGULAR TIMES EACH DAY.

    Blocks have been designed to provide sufficient time for the completion of all finals.  If time permits, we encourage all students to utilize any additional block time to prepare for remaining finals as well as the Test Prep & Make-up time provided on Wednesday and Thursday.

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  • 5-23 SPRING 2019 - FINALS BELL SCHEDULE

     

    BUSES WILL RUN AT THEIR REGULAR TIMES EACH DAY.

    Blocks have been designed to provide sufficient time for the completion of all finals.  If time permits, we encourage all students to utilize any additional block time to prepare for remaining finals as well as the Test Prep & Make-up time provided on Wednesday and Thursday.

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  • TUTORING AFTER SCHOOL
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    Need some help with a class or two? Need some extra time to get some other homework completed?

    Well, you're in luck! Tutoring is available for GCHS students Tuesday-Friday (when school is in session) from 3:30-4:45 in the Library Computer Lab (room 215).

    If tutoring is cancelled we will announce the cancellation as soon as we know.

    Questions? Contact Cristina Diaz Estrada (cdiazestrada@greeleyschools.org), Bre Staut (bstaut@greeleyschools.org), or Julie Boecking-Rowell (jrowell@greeleyschools.org).

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  • HIGHLIGHT (SCHOOL NEWSPAPER)

     

    Latest Issues:

    • 4/15/2019
    • 4/5/2019

    Click here to go to the Highlight (school Newspaper) page where you can find all of the school newspaper issues to download.

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  • MAY NEWSLETTER

     

    CLICK HERE to download the May newsletter.

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  • SUMMER SCHOOL - June 3-June 27

     

    Do you need to re-take a class that you may have failed? Are you wanting to get ahead in a math class?

    Please see your counselor and speak with them about your options for summer school as well as filling out the application. Dates for summer school are Monday - Thursday from 8am-12pm, June 3-June 27.

    Click here to download this flyer.

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  • FRESHMAN TRANSITION PROGRAM (July 8 - July 25)

     

    Incoming freshmen, would you like to get a head start on your freshman year? We have just the program for you. High school is a big change from your current middle school. Going from 400-500 students in your current middle school to 400 students just in your freshman class (1550 total high school students) and can be overwhelming.

    Our Freshman Transition Program helps our incoming freshmen with finding classrooms in our building, note-taking tips, strategies for doing well in high school, and they even take a field trip each Thursday. there are different activities for students and our goal is to make the first year of high school an easy transition.

    This is a 3 week program and runs from July 8-July 25, Mondays-Thursdays, 8am-12pm. Breakfast & lunch are FREE to all who attend.

    Registration for the Freshman Transition Program can be done by clicking the link below:

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  • parking PARKING ISSUES

     

    Please be aware of where you are parking in each of the parking lots. There have been instances where emergency vehicles have needed to access the school and cars have been illegally parked in the lots, making it impossible for these vehicles to get where they need to be.

    We realize that with the larger student population this year it is tougher to find available parking spaces. Please remember that in order to keep the flow of traffic through the parking lots, everyone needs to adhere to all parking signs and lines.

    With the increased number of illegally parked vehicles this year, from this point on (April 5th, 2019), our School Resource Officers from the Greeley Police Department will be issuing tickets for those cars parked illegally.

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  • ATTENDANCE MATTERS

     

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  • FREE & REDUCED LUNCHES

     

    Every year each student who wishes to be considered for free & reduced lunches must have their parent or guardian fill out a new application.

    The best method of doing this is online.  Completing your application online takes significantly less time and will facilitate a quicker turnaround time for determining your status.

    Please click the link below to take you to this online application:

    If you prefer to fill out a paper application you can pick this application up from the main office or go directly to Nutrition Services at the Service Center located at 2504 4th Avenue.  Please note that filling out a paper application does take longer to process and get results.

    Please note that students who have not had an application processed by one of the last days in September will have a "paid" status until approximately the end of the first week in October.  After that date, the student's free & reduced status will be revoked, so please don't wait until the last minute to complete this application. Please check with Nutritional Services for all required due dates & information:

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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 building 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 students, not everyone in the office may be familiar with you or your child.
    Thank you for your cooperation.
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District 6 Headlines

  • Youth Leadership Forum

    The ACE Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) is a one-day event designed to impact our middle and high school students of Northern Colorado! By creating an experience for young leaders to ENGAGE, EMPOWER, and be INSPIRED they become more clear in their purpose and apply their personal leadership talents in life, school, and their community. At the YLF, our young student leaders will connect with inspirational speakers from a variety of backgrounds including education, business, the arts, and athletics.

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  • Livestream: Board of Education Meetings

    The May 13th, 2019 meeting of the Greeley Evans School District 6 Board of Education will be LIVE at 6pm tonight.

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  • Greeley Central High School Gala

    The Greeley Central High School Arts Magnet Program presents the 2019 GCHS Arts Gala: "All the World's A Stage." Students shared their artistic talents through music and visual arts on April 30th at the Union Colony Civic Center.

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  • D6 Athlete of the Week - Gianna Uyemura

    Congratulations to our D6 Athlete of the Week Gianna Uyemura! Gianna is a sophomore tennis player at Greeley Central High School, and her standout performances have awarded her a D6 Athlete of the Week nomination two years in a row. She currently has a 9 – 4 record this season. Maxpreps has named her Player of the Game four times. Three of the four titles were given to her during the 2018 softball season.

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  • Livestream: Board of Education Meetings

    The April 22, 2019 Board of Education Meeting will be LIVE tonight at 6pm. Click on this headline.

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Nondiscrimination Statement

  • In compliance with Titles VI & VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008, and Colorado law, Weld County School District 6, Greeley, Colorado, does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender identity, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability or need for special education services in admissions, access to, treatment, or employment in educational programs or activities which it operates.  Greeley-Evans School District 6 will take appropriate steps to ensure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs.

    Complaint procedures have been established for students, parents, employees, and members of the public. The following person(s) have been identified as the compliance officer for the district employees and members of the public.


    Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
    1025 Ninth Avenue
    Greeley, CO 80631
    Phone: 970-348-6000

    Complaints regarding violations of Title VI (race, national origin), Title IX (sex/gender), Section 504/ADA (handicap or disability), may be filed directly with the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 1244 North Speer Boulevard, Suite 310, Denver, Colorado, 80204. Complaints regarding violations of Title VII (employment) and the ADEA (prohibiting age discrimination in employment) may be filed directly with the Federal Office of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 303 E. 17th Avenue, Suite 510, Denver, Colorado, 80202, or the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, 1560 Broadway, Suite 1050, Denver, Colorado, 80202.

Upcoming Events

Wildcat Announcements


  • COLLEGE SIGNINGS

     

    This year, we will have only 3 dates for college signings. If you wish to be a part of one of the signing dates, you need to contact the Activities Office and provide the information for your student's signing.

    Information needed will be:

    • Student's Name
    • College/University Name & Location
    • Sport in which the signing is for

    Here are the dates for the three (3) signing parties this year:

    • Fall - Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
    • Winter - Wednesday, February 6th, 2019
    • Spring - Friday, April 19th, 2019
      • in Commons right after school 
      • note rescheduled date
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  • SENIOR CLASS PHOTO

     

    CAPS/GOWNS/ETC.

     

    CLASS PHOTO: The Senior class took their photo on Thursday, April 18th. You can purchase your very own copy of this photo by going to the following website or pick up the brochure in the main office:

    www.bestclasspicture.com

     

    CAPS/GOWNS/ETC.: For those that still need to order your caps and gowns, or even invitations, order them through the Jostens site. Time is running out:

    www.gotograd.com

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  • HISTORIC WALL

     

    Make a lasting impression on the Castle by purchasing your brick for the Historic Wall at the Castle.

    The Historic Wall is located in the Courtyard of the Castle.

    Click here to download the order form.

    Sample

    Wall

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  • WILDCAT FOUNDATION

     

    Click here to see information regarding the Wildcat Foundation and these fundraisers.

    This would include Adult passes for games, donations to the foundation, etc.

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  • GCHS MUSIC BOOSTERS

     

    For information on the GCHS Music Boosters, please check out the link below:

    http://www.gchsmusicboosters.com/

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  • GRADUATION CLASS of 2019

     

    Graduation for the Class of 2019 will be held on Saturday, May 25th at 8AM at District 6 Stadium.

    District 6 Stadium is located next to the Northridge High School campus.

    • 100 71st Avenue
    • Greeley, CO  80634
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    OFFICE HOURS
     
    During School Year
    • Monday-Friday
    • 7am-3:45pm
    • Closed Holidays
    During Summer
    • Monday-Thursday
    • 6am-4:30pm
    • Closed Fridays

    OFFICE #'s
     
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  • ABSENCES DURING TESTING/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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