Welcome to GAP!
Greeley-Evans Alternative Program (GAP) provides students a unique opportunity for academic success. Our mission is to assist learners to accomplish on-time graduation through the completion of an individual graduation plan. Click for our 2021-2022 Handbook.
Shift 1: 8:00 am - 12:23 pm
Shift 2: 12:55 - 5:17 pm
Shift 3: 3:34 - 8:00 pm
Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
6200 W. 20th Street, Greeley CO, 80634
Main Office- 970-348-4900
Attendance Line- 970-348-4901
Attendance Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
EMAILS:Meredith Allen, Principal - email@example.comAshleymarissa Blair, Assistant Principal - firstname.lastname@example.orgKarla Gutierrez, Office Manager - email@example.comRoxana Magaña, Counselor - rmagaña@greeleyschools.orgVictorina Moreno, Registrar/Attendance - firstname.lastname@example.org
Greeley-Evans Alternative Program - GAP Informational Video
Students Graduating from GAP
District 6 Headlines
Happy Last Day of school, District 6! It's been a fun week with end-of-year celebrations, field days, assemblies, award ceremonies, bridging ceremonies and graduations. I am sad that the weather doesn't appear to be cooperating for our outdoor graduations Friday and Saturday, but regardless, we will celebrate our graduates with grace and joy!
“He was the one who motivated me to learn,” Bianca said. “Knowing that I can converse with others in my family and my community means I can really show up in my culture.”
"We are very proud of Danielle and the whole Nutrition Services team," said Superintendent Dr. Deirdre Pilch. "During COVID-19, Danielle and her staff stepped up in a huge way, ensuring that our students had access to food even when we switched to remote learning. She is innovative and involved, and truly represents what is best about District 6."
In order to provide more and improved bus transportation for Greeley-Evans School District 6 students, the start and end times for school days at all levels will shift next year, beginning in August 2022.
Herminia Bocanegra, a senior at Northridge High School, and Yahir Chairez-Salazar, a senior at Greeley Central High School, were recently informed they have been named Boettcher scholars, a highly competitive scholarship program that includes a lengthy application process, writing three essays, personal interviews and multiple letters of recommendation.
Ground was officially broken on the new James Madison STEAM Academy PreK-8 on Tuesday, marking the beginning of construction of a building that will replace Madison Elementary School.
The Greeley-Evans School District 6 Classified Council has selected Greeley Central High School Campus Monitor Amy Luster as the Classified Employee of the Year.
The Greeley-Evans School District 6 Board of Education and Superintendent Dr. Deirdre Pilch are hosting three Community Listening Sessions in April to gather feedback and advice from community members regarding the school district and public education in Greeley and Evans.
What do parents think about GAP?
What is your favorite part of GAP?
- Teachers' communication with parents
- GAP is helping my child more than other schools
- The way students work
- Watching my student succeed
- Staff is very caring, very invested in student's progress
- The flexible schedules for students who are working
- To be able to finish high school
- Nice teachers
- Self paced
- All of it
- How helpful they are
- Self pace program, helpful, interactive, personable staff
- Work at your own pace
- More individual attention at students
- Flexibility, the staff really cares about the students
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