Citizen's Oversight Committee

  • The first meeting of the Greeley-Evans School District 6 Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee was held virtually on April 23, 2020 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.


    The committee was appointed in March after an application process. Committee members were selected by members of the Superintendent’s Leadership Advisory Board, composed of members of the Greeley and Evans business community. Sixteen members were selected, including residents of Greeley and Evans, parents of current District 6 students, District 6 staff members, charter school representatives, members of the business community, people who served on the District 6 Facility Master Planning Committee and retirees.


    The purpose of the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee is to provide an independent review of Bond Program projects, to monitor and review all projects, to provide a high level of accountability and communication to the citizens of Greeley and Evans about the projects and budgets, and to make recommendations on adjustments that may be needed as the program progresses.


    At its first meeting Thursday, members of the committee reviewed all the current bond projects, including the construction of a new Greeley West High School, the new addition and renovation of S. Crista McAuliffe STEM Academy K-8, safe and secure entrances and other upgrades at Jackson and Billie Martinez elementary school, construction of a new K-8 school and other projects that will come online later this year. Members were able to ask questions and give feedback during the virtual meeting.


    For more information on all bond projects, visit


    The Citizens Bond Oversight Committee is scheduled to meet quarterly for the duration of the bond projects and will receive regular written updates as well.



    Members of the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee

    • Jill Barnes of Greeley is the principal of Shawsheen Elementary School and a parent of a District 6 student. 
    • Bruce Broderius of Greeley is a retired University of Northern educator and former Board of Education President.
    • Steve Bytnar of Greeley, has grown children who were educated in District 6 and works for Envirotech.
    • Jediah Cummins of Greeley is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado and currently works for that institution in Housing Facilities.
    • Kristi Dunbar of Evans, works at Chappelow Arts Magnet K-8 and has a child attending Greeley West High School. She is also the president of the District 6 Classified Council.
    • Branden Hayes of Evans is the parent of an incoming kindergarten student and a younger child, both of whom will attend District 6 schools.
    • Jon Helwick of Greeley is a retired District 6 teacher and administrator.
    • Chris Leffler of Greeley is a graduate of District 6 and has a son attending S. Christa McAuliffe STEM Academy. He works as a commercial loan officer for the Bank of Colorado.
    • Bradley Luebke of Greeley has two daughters who attend Union Colony Schools and he serves as a School Resource Officer for the Greeley Police Department, working with District 6 schools.
    • Ethan Miles of Greeley is a graduate of District 6 with two children attending University Schools. He also sits on the Board of Governors for University Schools.
    • Jesse Quinby of Greeley, is the father of two District 6 graduates and is a former Board of Education member. He is retired.
    • Daniel Reyez of Greeley, is the father of two District 6 graduates and a retired U.S. Postal Service worker. He and was a member of the Facility Master Planning Committee
    • Deborah Sergesketter of Greeley worked for Hensel-Phelps Construction Company and is now retired.
    • Stacy Suniga of Greeley is a District 6 graduate and mother of District 6 graduates. She is a former Greeley City Council member and works for the Boulder Valley School District.
    • Kimberlee Tiba of Evans is the parent of  six children attending District 6 schools. She, works in a neurology office in Fort Collins.
    • Mark Wallace of Greeley is the executive director of the Weld County Department of Health and Environment, a District 6 graduate, father of District 6 graduates and former Board of Education member.