District 6 Headlines

  • New PK - 8th Grade School Conceptual Flyover

    Greeley-Evans School District 6 is developing a design for a new Preschool through 8th grade school to accommodate approximately 900 students. The school will be located near the Boomerang Golf Course at the intersection of 71st Avenue and 4th Street. District 6 negotiated with Banner Health for the purchase of the property, which included trading property with Banner Health that the District owned near Promontory.

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  • LIVESTREAM: BOARD OF EDUCATION WORK SESSION & MEETING

    Watch the Board of Education work session at 4:00 p.m. and the regular business meeting at 6:00 p.m.

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  • District 6 unveils new logo and branding campaign

    In Greeley-Evans School District 6, our students, families and staff are the stars. They work hard every day to ensure our schools are providing the best education possible. To honor our true stars, District 6 today is unveiling its new logo and brand, which reflects the school district's values and goals for student learning. The new logo includes the star image from the previous logo, as well as the “I’m District 6” tagline, which has been used since 2016 to reflect unity and pride in District 6.

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  • Denver news program raises money for meal debt

    A Denver news show has helped raise more than $50,000 to pay off outstanding student meal debt in Greeley-Evans School District 6.
    Update: Food4Success, a campaign to pay off student meal debt ran by The Success Foundation Serving Greeley-Evans Schools, is nearing $100,000 in donations, according to Success Foundation Executive Director Julie Hill, and an upcoming golf tournament could help push the campaign towards it's goal of paying off more than $147,000 in unpaid student meal debt.

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  • September 10, 2020 Parent Communication From Superintendent Dr. Deirdre Pilch

    This week, we made the difficult decision to switch to remote learning for two of our elementary schools: Madison and Billie Martinez. I wanted to update you on this decision, provide you some important information and resources, and give you some guidance how you can help us keep schools open. I urge you to read this entire communication. It is important.

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