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Message from the Principal - October 3, 2022

Message from the principal-October 3, 2022


Important dates


  • 10/4 - PTO meeting - in person and on zoom

  • 10/10 and 10/11 - No School for students

  • 10/11 12:00-7:30 PM-Family and Teacher conferences 

  • 10/13  3:30-7:30 PM - Family and Teacher conferences 

  • 10/13 - Vision and Hearing Screening


Friday Spirit Days


  • 10/7/22 - College Day

  • 10/14/22 - Kindness/Inclusion Day

  • 10/21/22 - Husky Pride day

  • 10/28/22-Super Hero day



We want to remind all our families that we have a fall break coming up next Monday.  There is no school and our staff will also be enjoying a day off.  Then Tuesday, October 11 is Family and Teacher conferences and there is no school for students.


Family and Teacher Conferences

Our fall family and  teacher conferences are coming up next Tuesday and Thursday  of next week.  We plan to hold conferences in person and it is always our goal to meet with 100% of our families!  Please be sure to attend the scheduled conference for your child and if for some reason you are unable to attend, we ask that you reach out to re-schedule. 



Fall Weather


As we begin to see the change in seasons, it is a good time to remember to dress your student for the weather.   Our students need vitamin D and a chance to stretch their legs and play everyday, so we do go outside for recess most days.   If there is severe weather or the “feels like” temperature drops below 20 degrees, we have a plan for indoor recess, but other than that your student will be outside for 10 - 20 minutes for recess twice a day.  Here is what is written in the handbook…


"Unless there is inclement weather, children will remain outside.  If for medical reasons your child must stay inside, please send a note from your doctor.  During severe weather children will enter the gym until the first bell rings for school to begin.  If there is inclement weather during the day, the children will remain in their classroom during recess times."


MLO - Mill Levy Override

Greeley-Evans School District 6 is seeking to continue its 2017 Mill Levy Override, which expires

in 2023. The continuation of this 10 mill levy will fund essential operations and programs in

District 6 that support student growth and achievement. This is NOT a tax increase.


Please take a look at this fact sheet about the MLO to find out more.


Looking for Volunteers

We are excited to open up our school for more volunteer opportunities this year.  If you are not a current volunteer and would like to become one – please fill out the application at  It only takes a few minutes.

If you would like to volunteer in an individual classroom, please contact the teacher directly.

We need volunteers for lunch and recess help.  If you are interested, please sign up at

We still need a few more volunteers for our Vision and Hearing Screening on Thursday 10/13th.  Please sign up at

We have a couple more volunteer opportunities.  Our students worked hard for our Husky Fun Run and now it’s time for prizes!  We need some help with helping our 4th graders who earned extra recess, Miss Liscano’s class who earned a root beer float party, and Miss Dalton’s class who earned a popcorn party.  If you can help, please sign up on the following links below.

Extra Recess:

Classroom Parties:


Vision and Hearing Screening

We will be providing our annual vision and hearing screening for students on October 13, 2022 during the school day.  Please make sure your student comes to school with any glasses or hearing devices on that day.