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      •  District 6 School Kickoff Community Celebration Logo

        Sponsors needed for School Kickoff backpack giveaway

        Greeley-Evans School District 6 is seeking sponsors for the 11th annual School Kickoff Community Celebration, to be held Saturday, August 3 from 9 a.m. to noon at Island Grove Regional Park.

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      •  D6 Athlete of the Week Korbin Waugh, Greeley West High School

        D6 Athlete of the Week - Korbin Waugh

        "Korbin is a great example of what a student athlete should look like. He has participated in football and track as an athlete, and during the winter, he was a manager for the wrestling team. Beyond the workout side of athletics, Korbin has also been successful in the classroom with a 4.0 GPA." - JJ Behrens, Athletic Director

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      •  Livestream: Board of Education Meeting May 13, 2024

        Livestream: Board of Education Meeting

        The Board of Education will meet, Monday, May 13, 2024 in the first floor Board Room at the District 6 Administration building at 1025 9th Ave. The Executive Session begins at 3:00 p.m. The Work Session begins sat 4:00 p.m. in Aster. The Business Meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. in the Board Room, and will stream LIVE on our YouTube channel.

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      •  U.N. Special Rapporteur Farida Shaheed

        U.N. Special Rapporteur Visits Tointon Academy of Pre-Engineering

        Greeley-Evans School District 6 was one of two school districts visited by a representative of the United Nations this week. 

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      •  D6 Athlete of the Week - Alexandria Nava headline graphic

        D6 Athlete of the Week - Alexandria Nava

        "Alex has been a great leader for us this year. She is one of the captains of our team, and has put the team first moving positions to strengthen our defense this year. She always works hard and does it with a great attitude. She is a pleasure to have on the team!" - Tom Beck, Soccer Coach

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      •  Student Spotlight: Adriana Parra Herrera, Greeley Central High School headline graphic

        Student Spotlight: Adriana Parra Herrera, Greeley Central High School

        "Adriana has always looked for opportunities to improve our school community. She is a "Si SE PUEDE" a "YES, WE CAN" student. I am amazed at how she overcomes her barriers at school and her personal life. She is an inspiring role model, especially with our newcomer students. She has a big heart when it comes to helping our Spanish and first generation students because she is one of them. Adriana is one of a kind, and we are sure going to miss her at the Castle." - Claudia Koesler, Counselor, Greeley Central 

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      •  D6 Athlete of the Week Teddy Rothe

        D6 Athlete of the Week - Teddy Rothe

        "Teddy is an amazing athlete and person. His dedication to the sport of track and field and his excellence in the pole vault is unmatched. Teddy has the ability to be one of the best pole vaulters in Colorado history. He is the returning State 3A champion, and will be defending his title in May at the State Track Meet." - Dan Betz, Track Coach

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      •  Amended School Calendar 2024-2025

        School Calendar Revisions 2024-2025

        As part of the contract negotiations between Greeley-Evans School District 6 and the Greeley Education Association, two days will be added to the 2024-2025 School Calendar for educators to have additional planning time. This means that the 2024-2025 school year will begin two days earlier than previously announced. The 2024-2025 school year will now begin on August 12 instead of August 14. 

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      • Student Spotlight: Alyxes Guillen, S. Christa McAuliffe STEM Academy

        Student Spotlight: Alyxes Guillen, S. Christa McAuliffe STEM Academy

        "Alyxes is an exemplary student and leader at our school. She approaches her school work and extra curricular activities with purpose and commitment. Alyxes is consistent in her ability to see challenges through to the end and to inspire other students to do the same. We are cheering for her all the way!" - Sarah Roecker, 8th-Grade Team

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      • FAMLI

        Colorado's paid family and medical leave insurance (FAMLI) program will ensure most Colorado workers have access to paid leave during certain life circumstances. They won't have to choose between earning a paycheck and taking care of themselves or their families when life events happen. 


        How does it work? 

        Beginning on January 1, 2024, nearly every Colorado worker who earns at least $2,500 in yearly wages within the state will be eligible to take paid family and medical leave during covered circumstances:

        • To care for a new child, including adopted and fostered children
        • To care for themselves, if they have a serious health condition
        • To care for a family member with a serious health condition
        • To make arrangements for a family member's military deployment
        • To address the immediate safety needs and impact of domestic violence and/or sexual assault

        Depending on your income, when using paid leave, you will receive up to 90% of your normal weekly wages. Benefits are capped at $1,100 per week. 

        Most workers are eligible to receive up to 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave. 

        Those who experience pregnancy or childbirth complications may receive an additional four weeks. 

        If your local government employer has decided to opt-out of FAMILI, you can opt-in to the program as an individual: As a Colorado worker, you have the right to opt into FAMLI benefits pursuant to Colorado statute 8-13.3-514. You can either self-elect coverage and submit your employee premium along with your wage data every quarter directly to the FAMLI Division by creating an account at famli.colorado.gov, or your local government employer may assist you. If you create your own account, yo uwill need the FEIN # of your employer. Please reach out to your HR representative for assistance and to review your options. You can learn more about the FAMLI program by contacting the Division at CDLE_FAMLI_info@state.co.us or by visiting the website at famli.colorado.gov


        View the FAMLI pdf.