2017 Mill Levy Spending Plan

  • Recap of Mill Levy Override Election

    • November 2017: Voters approved 10 mill Mill Levy Override for Greeley-Evans School District 6 by a vote of 59.18% for and 40.81% against. This will raise approximately $14 million annually for seven years
    • December 2017: Board of Education certified the new mill levy for District 6
    • January 2018: District 6 began receiving revenue from Mill Levy Override



2018 Priorities and Spending Plan

  • Click HERE to download a printable version of the District's 2018 Spending Plan


    Safety and Security

    • Install security cameras at Northridge, Greeley West, Greeley Central and Jefferson high schools

    • Roof repairs prioritized by urgency

    • Automatic locking systems at all sites; badging system for staff

    • Improve phones and communication radios district-wide

    • Snow removal equipment to replace failing plows

    • Begin work to reinstate transportation at elementary level

    Safety and Security

    Supporting academic/vocational programs; graduate college and career-ready students

    • Expand summer and after-school programs for elementary and K-8 students

    • Expand summer school programs for secondary students, begin Saturday school

    • Increase concurrent enrollment with Aims and UNC for high school students

    • Create position for Business and Community Partnership Administrator

    • Implement AVID at elementary schools

    Academic Programs



    Updating learning materials and technology

    • Implement 5-year replacement cycle for technology infrastructure

    • Replace technology devices at schools; implement 5-year replacement cycle

    • Initiate replacement of outdated secondary language arts and mathematics curriculum

    Learning Materials