District 6 Headlines

  •  Madison Bright Spot Headline 2022

    Governor Polis Announces Schools Selected to Receive Governor's Bright Spot Award

    Madison Elementary School is one of 21 schools across the state to be honored with the Governor’s Bright Spot Award, which includes a $50,000 grant through the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund.

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  •  Thanksgiving 2022 Headline graphic

    District 6 closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday

    All non-charter schools in Greeley-Evans School District 6 will be closed November 21-25 for the Thanksgiving holiday. All District 6 offices, including the Administration Building will be closed November 24 and 25 for the Thanksgiving holiday. All schools and District 6 offices will reopen on Monday, November 28.

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  • District 6 Board of Education appoints new member

    Greeley resident and family physician Brenda Campos-Spitze was appointed to the Greeley-Evans School District 6 Board of Education Monday night by a vote of 4-2.

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  •  Board of Education website headline November 14, 2022

    Livestream: Board of Education Meeting

    The November 14, 2022 Work Session and Business meeting of the Greeley-Evans School District 6 Board of Education will broadcast LIVE on our YouTube channel at 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

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  •  Student Spotlight: Isaiah Parker, Prairie Heights Middle School Headline graphic 2022

    Student Spotlight: Isaiah Parker, Prairie Heights Middle School

    "Isaiah does a wonderful job asking questions in class to his teachers and peers. He also helps his peers well and engages in his school work well. He takes feedback and fixes his work. He is cheerful and so kind to his teachers and friends." - Mackenzie Peter, 8th Grade Math

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  • District 6 seeks public input on naming of new center

    Greeley-Evans School District 6 is seeking public input on the naming of a new Career and Technical Education Center currently under construction. Funded through the 2019 Bond Issue, the Center is under construction at 1420 2nd Street, north of Billie Martinez Elementary School. District 6 is seeking recommendations from the community for the name of the CTE Center. The Center will have five unique career pathways: Early Childhood Education, Cosmetology, IT-Cybersecurity, Welding and Construction-Electrical.

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