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  • Principal, mascot, colors selected for Tointon Academy

    Posted by GIZEH MARTINEZ on 10/19/2021

    Justin Ungeheuer, a veteran administrator in Greeley-Evans School District 6, will become the principal at the new Tointon Academy of Pre-Engineering, which will open in August of 2022.

     

    With 14 years of experience serving as a school administrator, Ungeheuer is currently the principal at Monfort Elementary School, where he has served for six years. He will maintain the position at Monfort until a new leader is hired to take over at the school.

     

    Since 2008 Ungeheuer has served District 6 as the assistant principal and principal at East Memorial Elementary School, and co-principal at Bella Romero K-8 Academy of Applied Technology. At Bella Romero he co-lead the restructuring and reopening of two elementary schools to a single, two campus K-8.

     

    “I am excited that Mr. Ungeheuer agreed to move to this position,” said Superintendent Dr. Deirdre Pilch. “We are fortunate to have his breadth of leadership and experience as we open the Tointon Academy of Pre-Engineering.

     

    The Tointon Academy of Pre-Engineering will focus on teaching students engineering concepts and career awareness across grade levels and content areas. District 6 has selected Project Lead the Way as the curriculum for the engineering focus and is working on partnering with a Colorado college of engineering and local engineers. The school will still have the core subject areas of math, literacy, science and social studies, as well as electives such as music, physical education, art and more.

     

    In addition, a committee of teachers, staff, administrators, parents and community members recently selected a new mascot and colors for the Tointon Academy of Pre-Engineering. Students attending Tointon Academy will be known as the Engineers, and the school colors will be a slate blue, orange and lime green. The committee worked with the architects on the project to review color palates before making the selection.

     

    When the school opens, the staff and students will help select a new animal or themed mascot that will be used in conjunction with the Engineers.

     

    Tointon Logo

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  • Register for Greeley West Community Tours Oct. 6, 12

    Posted by GIZEH MARTINEZ on 9/29/2021

    Due to popular demand, Greeley-Evans School District 6 is opening additional tours of the new Greeley West High School, currently under construction to the west of the existing school at the intersection of 35th Avenue and 24th Street.

     

    Tours of the construction site will last approximately 45 minutes and will have a maximum of 30 participants per time slot. Participants need to wear close-toed walking shoes and long pants. Hard hats and reflective vests will be provided. Some of the ground on the construction site is uneven, so please plan accordingly. Children must be at least 12 years old to attend.

     

    Because of COVID-19 protocols, all attendees will be required to wear a mask on the tour.

     

    Registration is required for all tours. Please sign up at this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c44a9ae29a0fdcf8-community

     

     

    Tours will be held:

     

    • Wednesday, October 6, at 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
    • Tuesday, October 12, at 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.

     

    Participants will meet in the far west parking lot off 24th Street, adjacent to the football field, to the west of the construction site. Please look for the construction trailers and signs.

     

    The rebuilding of Greeley West High School is one of many capital construction projects being funded through the 2019 bond issue. The new school is slated to open in the Fall of 2022. The existing Greeley West building will be torn down in the summer of 2022. The $124 million, 280,000-square-foot high school is the largest of the District 6 bond projects.

     

    Other bond projects include a large addition and renovation of McAuliffe STEM Academy and Chappelow Arts Magnet K-8 School, the rebuilding of Madison Elementary School, the new Tointon Academy of Pre-Engineering currently under construction, safety and security upgrades at all schools, as well as new heating and ventilation systems, roofs, paint, flooring, ceiling tiles and asbestos removal at select schools.

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  • Greeley West students earn IB Diplomas, honors

    Posted by GIZEH MARTINEZ on 9/15/2021

    Twelve Greeley West High School 2021 graduates earned prestigious International Baccalaureate Diplomas, earning a minimum of 24 college credits each.

     

    To receive the IB Diploma, students completed six International Baccalaureate courses, complete 150 hours of community service and extracurricular activity hours, completed a Theory of Knowledge Essay and completed a 4,000-word extended essay research paper, receiving an overall score of at least 27 points.  The average score for Greeley West students was 29.

     

    Greeley West students earning an IB Diploma this year are:

    • Zachary Headley
    • Yovahn Quinones
    • Leslie Martinez Torres
    • Kayla Becker
    • Jasmine Mosqueda Villareal
    • Ivette Jacquez
    • Isabella Martinez
    • Brendan McCune
    • Ashlynn Estal
    • Anuj Panta
    • Anthony Gomez
    • Jody Evans
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  • District 6 closed for Labor Day September 6

    Posted by KIM DESMOND on 9/1/2021

    All Greeley-Evans School District 6 schools and offices will be closed Monday, September 6 in honor of the Labor Day holiday. 

     

    The District will reopen on September 7. For more information on District 6 or to view the school-year calendar, visit www.greeleyschools.org

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  • District 6 students honored as AP Scholars

    Posted by KIM DESMOND on 8/30/2021

    This year, 97 Greeley-Evans School District 6 students have earned the prestigious AP Scholars award for their outstanding performance on 2021 Advanced Placement tests, with two students earning the AP Capstone Diploma.

     

    The College Board’s Advanced Placement program offers students the opportunity to take challenging college-level courses and exams while in high school. District 6 offers more than 20 Advanced Placement courses to high school students. Students who score well on AP exams are eligible to receive college credit, advanced placement in college, or both at more than 3,200 colleges and universities across the United States. 

     

    Annually, the College Board recognizes those students who have taken multiple AP exams and scored well on them:

     

    • AP Scholar: Students who earned scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.

     

    • AP Scholar with HonorStudents who earned an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and had scores of 3 or higher on at least four exams.

     

    • AP Scholar with Distinction: Students who earned an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken and had scores of 3 or higher on at least five exams.

     

    • National AP Scholar: Students who earned an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams taken and had scores of 4 or higher on at least eight exams.

     

    • AP Capstone Seminar and Research Certificate: Students who earned scores of three or higher on AP Seminar and AP Research, but not on four additional AP exams.

     

    • AP Capstone Diploma: Student who earned scores of 3 or higher on AP Seminar and AP Research and on four additional AP exams of their choosing.

     

    Greeley Central High School led among District 6 high schools with 30 AP scholars this year.

    District 6 has nearly doubled the number of students achieving AP Scholar status over the past few years. In 2012, the number of AP Scholars was 57. Over the past 14 years, more than 1,200 District 6 students have been named as AP Scholars by the College Board.

     

    The College Board’s AP exams are developed by a national committee of college and university faculty and AP teachers, ensuring that the exams are aligned with the same high standards expected by college faculty at some of the nation's leading liberal arts and research institutions

     

    The 2021 College Board Advanced Placement Scholars from District 6 are listed below. Some of these students were seniors in May 2021 and will be attending colleges and universities across the United States, or engaged in other education or career opportunities.

     

    Greeley Central High School

     

    AP Scholar: Nevaeh G. Ahrendsen, Miguel A. Alvarado Arguij, Lily R. Gloekler, Kirsten R. Harkins, Elias Haro, Camile Heaston, Sophia I. Morrell, Miguelangel G. Ramirez-Aleman, Markus J. Rodriguez, Luther W. Sadler, Hailey N.Ter Meer, Alyssa J. Triplett

     

    AP Scholar with Honor: Dylan R. Frederick-Law, Madrigal J. Frederick-Law, Julia Guerrero, Emma L. Johnston, Yiseli Quinones, Ariela R. Rodriguez, Linsoln Severt

     

    AP Scholar with Distinction: Armando Flores Monteneg, Lanie M. Freeland, Cadence Heaston, Rudi A. Herrig, Savana M. Long, Eliana R. Mascarenas, John M. Mathews, Casbah M. Parlin, Gianna Uyemura, Heather M. Yackey

     

    AP Capstone Diploma: Gianna Uyemura

     

    Greeley West High School

     

    AP Scholar: Maria G. Aceves Mendez, Jazmin D. Arias, Evert Carmona, Colleen E. Cherry, Ashlynn C. Estal, Jacob H. Evans, Zachary A. Headley, Anuj Ranta, Lane A. Renouf, Kate L. Timothy, Azalee E. Welch

     

    AP Scholar with Honor:  Alexander C. Branum, Edward A. Hart Bobadilla, Thomas G. Roth

     

    AP Scholar with Distinction: Benden M. Folsom, Ali Z. Lone, James E. Mathews, Brendan J. McCune, Bohden R. Suntych,

     

    Northridge High School

     

    AP Scholar: Herminia Bocanegra, Cody W. Burkholder, Tabitha L Chatman, Nicholas R. DeBey, Angel G. Hernandez, Gabrielle C. Hernandez, Rachel M. Higgins Camacho, Paige C. Hill, Maeve E. Pepin, Jace C. Reid, Reign A. Schafer

     

    AP Scholar with Distinction: Madison K. Van Soest and Abigail K. Weaver

     

    AP Seminar and Research Certificate: Herminia Bocanegra, Tabitha L. Chatman, Bianca C. Coleman, Nicholas R. DeBey, Braeden C. Freier, Arden M. Hanning, Angel G. Hernandez, Gabrielle C.Hernandez, Alexia N. Morfin, Victoria E. Perales, Kathryn L. Vogels

     

    AP Capstone Diploma: Abigail K. Weaver

     

    Frontier Academy

     

    AP Scholar: Riley J. Baker, Macy E. Crow, Alexander H. Dhupar, Zoey D. Douglass, Elizabeth L. Gallegos, Cooper Malone, Lorelei R. Morgan-Macfarla, Jay E. Rothe, Oliver M. Schantz, Sara E. Swallow

     

    AP Scholar with Honor: Aaron J. Ehrlich and Sebastian Groom

     

    AP Scholar with Distinction: Tayler B. Barnhart

     

    Union Colony Preparatory

    AP Scholar: Gracie E. Christensen and Lucas A. Ruiz

     

    University Schools

     

    AP Scholar: Owen C. Blehm and Trinity S. Brewer

     

    AP Scholar with Honor: Phat D. Ho and Jaemason L. Long

     

    AP Scholar with Distinction: Joshua C. Berntsen, Tina M. Brewer, Kylie J. Kravig, Christopher D. Moses

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