Comments (-1)

Welcome to Ann K. Heiman!

  •   Welcome to Ann K. Heiman Elementary!  We are so excited that you are a part of the Huskies! 
    AKH anniversary plane  
    The pictures are in! - A huge thank you to Randy Owens (of Randy's Restaurant), Photographer and Bill Hall, Pilot for our aerial picture!  We're so proud of our school, staff and students!
  • Heiman families,

    We have an amazing opportunity that is providing a paid reading tutor position here at Heiman through Americorps.  The benefits are endless!

    • Receive great training
    • Get paid a stipend twice a month
    • Earn an educational stipend upon completion of service to be used to pay for your own schooling, pay student loans or gift to a child or grandchild
    • Receive health insurance and other benefits if eligible
    • Build your career skills, network and resume

    We are looking for someone who is available as soon as possible, training would start January 8, 2020 and start working 1 on 1 with students January 14.  The position would last for the remainder of the year with the possibility of continuing next year. If you are interested, please fill out the information in this Google form! https://forms.gle/aTQRkgQ8qeL3ZhtCA

    Comments (-1)

    CONGRATULATIONS HEIMAN HUSKIES!  Your hard work has paid off!  2 years in a row with a PERFORMANCE rating on Colorado's school performance framework.  That is the highest level at which a school can be rated!



    1. Congratulations on winning the award for
    2. "Best Mob of People" at the Evans Heritage Day parade!

    Best Mob of People



    Message from the principal-December 9, 2019

    Its a busy time of year; here is this week at a glance.


    But first we want to celebrate that Heiman was part of a World Record on November 14th!  There were 638, 503 people who were stacking across the country on that day, and that is a World Record!

    Kindness Spirit week brought to you by No Place for Hate:

    12/10: Wear red for our “Stop in the name of Love” day; stop before doing or saying something hurtful.  Also join us at 4:30 for our Coffee Talk and then at 5:30 for our PTO and School accountability meeting in the library


    12/11: Bucket Day-beign a bucket filler means you are doing and saying kind things to others.  Wear a hat for bucket day


    12/12: is Unique You day-bring or wear something that is unique to you; our differences are beautiful and they matter.


    12/13: is Neon Day and we will celebrate being seen doing and act of kindness.  Also on Friday our Husky Howler choir will be sharing a Holiday concert with us at 2:15PM.  They will also perform Friday evening at 6PM.


    Monday, December 16 we will kick off the last week before winter break with an ugly sweater day.  Teachers will be competing for the best ugly sweater and we would love to have all our huskies participate in this fun day.


    Between now and the winter break students will have multiple opportunities to show all that they’ve learned since the start of the school year. Students in 2nd-5th grade will take their middle of the year NWEA benchmark assessment in reading and math Tuesday and Wednesday this week. It is important to keep encouraging your student to be in school everyday and do their very best!


    Finally, please be sure your child comes to school dressed for the weather!  It looks like the temperatures will be warm enough to be outside all this week and students enjoy it more when they are dressed appropriately.  Our playground has snow and will be wet as the snow melts so...wear your boots!!


    Remember that your family may need to plan a little extra time to get to school on colder mornings.  The school day starts at 7:45 AM and students are marked tardy after 7:50 AM. Drop off and pick up procedures are still the same, only buses and cars with handicapped stickers or Heiman Parking Passes should expect to drop off or pick up in the parking lot.  Otherwise, use the continuous lane on Palermo or plan to park in the neighborhood and walk across the street.


    Our school has been participating in Boxtops for Education program for a long time. This program is going digital. From now on we will not be accepting physical Boxtops here at school. Instead, we ask that you download the app and do all Boxtops for Education digitally. It’s as easy as scanning your receipt.  Make sure to select Ann K. Heiman as your school! We’ve earned $62.70 so far this year; can we make it to $100 by January? We can if we all participate!





    Comments (-1)

    The school day will be from 7:50 AM-3:10 PM Monday-Friday. 
     There will be 5 Mondays throughout the year when students will not come to school to allow teachers opportunities for professional development. click here to view a copy of the 2019-2020 student calendar for next year.


    Comments (-1)


    Parking Lot & Drop-Off/Pick-Up


    • Parking lot is open only to buses and parents with handicapped parking passes all mornings 7:30-7:50 AM, and all afternoons 2:45-3:20 PM 
    • Busses will be loading and unloading in front of the building
    • There is a drop-off/pick-lane on the west side of the building
    • There is no parking on Palermo Ave between Milan St and Rialto Ave, 
    • In order to come into the parking lot during closed hours, listed above, vehicles will need a “Husky Pass” from the office.
    To be most efficient for student pick-up and drop-off times, here are a few tips:
    • The best, and most easily accessible, parking will be north of Ann K. Heiman.
    • When coming to Ann K. Heiman off 37th St, use Sienna Ave and come around to the north side of the school. (Please see white dotted line below)
    • The pick-up/drop-off zone is for quick drop-off and pick-ups. THERE IS NO PARKING IN THIS LANE.
    • The front doors of the school will not be a good “meeting place.” Please, find another location along the west side of the school.
    • To be most efficient please come to school with a meet-up plan in place.
    • If a vehicle is coming into the parking lot with a “Husky Pass,” please come straight in off Rialto Ave. (There will be no right or left hand turns during closed parking hours)

    Last, but certainly not least, courtesy.
    • Please do not park in front of our neighbors' driveways.
    • Follow all speed limits.
    • If you see a vehicle that is not following these guidelines, please report to Ann K. Heiman office staff or Evans Police department. Do not engage in conflict. Remember our children are watching.
    Parking Lot Map  Traffic Flow
    Comments (-1)

District 6 Headlines

  • Greeley-Evans School District 6 Receives $20,000 Instrument Donation

    Greeley-Evans School District 6 received more than $20,000 in instruments today from a foundation committed to improving access to music education in public schools. Newport Festivals Foundation, which produces the Newport Folk Festival in Newport, Rhode Island, has partnered with Nathaniel Rateliff and Take Note Colorado to donate instruments to public music programs in Weld County. The donation is part of Newport Folk's "Revival" partnership with KEEN Footwear. For every pair of Keen's Newport Revival sandals sold, $50 go to Newport Festivals Foundation for instrument donations in deserving communities.

    Comments (-1)
  • Open Enrollment

    Greeley-Evans School District 6 is now taking applications for students who want to attend a school that is outside their boundary area.

    Comments (-1)
  • Livestream: Board of Education Meeting

    The December 9th, 2019 meeting of the Greeley Evans School District 6 Board of Education will be LIVE at 6pm tonight.

    Comments (-1)
  • Greeley Central Student Collecting Warm Clothing

    Greeley Central High School Junior Hailey Termeer is collecting winter clothing that will be distributed to students in December. Hailey said she has struggled with poverty most of her life, and she knows many of her fellow students have similar challenges. She is organizing the clothing drive as a community service project.

    Comments (-1)
  • New science curriculum available for review

    Staff, parents, and community members are invited to review new Greeley-Evans School District 6 K-12 science curriculum materials being considered for purchase and implementation at the beginning of the next school year.

    Comments (-1)

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
    Email: District6-HumanResources@greeleyschools.org

    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

  • There are no upcoming events to display.

View Calendar


  • Field Trips
    4th Grade - 11/22 - PLC 
    Comments (-1)
  • No School for Students
    Friday, November 18th
    Thanksgiving Break - Nov. 25th thru Nov. 29th
    Comments (-1)
  • Parent Group Meeting
    Nov. 12th
    Dec. 10th
    Jan. 14th
    Feb. 11th
    March 10th
    April 14th
    May 12th
    Held in the Library, 5:30 - 6:30
    Comments (-1)
  • 2nd/3rd Grade Performance
    Thusday, November 14th
    2:15 pm
    Comments (-1)
  • Office Hours
    Monday through Friday:  7:30 am - 3:30 pm
    School Hours
    Full Day Kinder and Grades 1-5 -- Monday through Friday:  7:45 am - 3:10 pm
    First Bell at 7:40 am, Tardy Bell at 7:50 am
    West doors open at 7:35 am
    Breakfast starting at 7:30 am
    Attendance Line
    Please call 348-2466 by 8:30 am to excuse your child for their absence.
    Comments (-1)