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      District 6 Headlines

      •  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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      •  Livestream: Board of Education Meeting April 22, 2024

        Livestream: Board of Education Meeting

        The Board of Education will meet, Monday, April 22, 2024 in the first floor Board Room at the District 6 Administration Building at 1025 9th Avenue. The Work Session begins at 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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      •  Livestream Board of Education April 8, 2024

        Livestream: Board of Education Meeting

        The Board of Education will meet, Monday, April 8, 2024 in the first floor Board Room at the District 6 Administration Building at 1025 9th Avenue. The Work Session begins at 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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      •  Community Input Curriculum

        District 6 seeks input on new AP/DP learning materials

        Greeley-Evans School District 6 is seeking parent and community input on Advanced Placement learning materials that will be purchased for the next school year with proceeds from the renewed Mill Levy Override. 

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      •  Boettcher Foundation District 6 Scholarship Recipients

        Two District 6 students receive Boettcher designation

        Two Greeley-Evans School District 6 students have been selected as two of this year’s 50 recipients of the prestigious Boettcher Foundation scholarship. 

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      •  Manny Zamora Classified Employee of the Year

        Campus monitor named Classified Employee of the Year

        A campus monitor who works at Jefferson High School was named the Classified Employee of the Year at the Greeley -Evans Schools District 6 Board of Education meeting Monday night.

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      •  Livestream: Board of Education Meeting March 25, 2024

        Livestream: Board of Education Meeting

        The Board of Education will meet, Monday, March 25, 2024 in the first floor Board Room at the District 6 Administration Building at 1025 9th Avenue. The Work Session begins at 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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      •  School Security Grant Award Program Winner

        District 6 Awarded Grant to Create Command Center

        Greeley-Evans School District 6 has been awarded $509,000 to build an incident response command center to enhance district-wide security and crisis response.

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      •  Middle School girl wearing glasses and smiling in class

        District 6 seeks input on middle level learning materials

        Greeley-Evans School District 6 is seeking parent and community input on English Language Arts learning materials for grades 6-8 that will be purchased for the next school year with proceeds from the 2022 Mill Levy Override.

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      The Centennial Way

      • Mission Statement:

         

        Our mission is to create a collaborative academic community in order to empower all learners to meet high expectations and to believe in their own ability to achieve success. 

         

        Vision Statement:

         

        Our vision is to create a dynamic school designed to close the achievement gap and prepare scholars to enter, succeed in, and graduate from college or be career ready. We believe that success in the classroom is closely linked to hiring and retaining great teachers and leaders. We will invest heaviliy in the training of our educators and building systems that help leaders to lead, teachers to teach, and students to learn. We work hard to ensure that students are engaged and challenged with rigorous work because every minute matters. We will know we are successful when our scholars are fully engaged and working to their fullest potential.

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