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Message from the Principal - May 15, 2023

Message from the principal-May 15, 2023

Important dates


  • 5/17 1st and 2nd grade end of year awards at 1:20 PM 

  • 5/17 3rd and 4th grade end of year awards at 2:00 PM

  • 5/18 Kindergarten End of Year Performance at 10:15 AM 

  • 5/18 5th grade continuation ceremony at 2:00 PM 

  • 5/18 - Last day of school for all students


Last week of school celebrations

There are a lot of events coming up, specifically the last week of school.  All days will be full days of school.  If your child is involved in a special ceremony on one of the last days and you would like to take your child home early, please remember that you will need to check them out at the school office.


Library News

Starting May 1st, there will be no more library checkout for students.  Please look around for any library books you may still have at home and get them returned as soon as possible.


Dress Code

With the weather warming up it is important to remember that students do still need to abide by our district dress code which can be found at this address


Summer activities from the city of  Greeley

If you are looking for additional resources to entertain, inspire, and cultivate creativity for children this summer, check out these other camp options: 



Outdoor pools and splash parks are opening soon! Read all about opening day and upcoming pool events.



Kindergarten Enrollment

Register online now by going to

If you have any questions, please call the School District 6 Admissions Office at (970) 348-6062, or call our school office.  Can't wait to meet our new Huskies!  


Please check out our Husky Hub website

for all current happenings in our Hub!  The Pantry by Nutrition Services is now open in our Husky Hub. Check us out!  May laundry appointments are available for the laundry room. Please call the office at 970-348-2400 or sign up on the following link:


Please call or check out our website for more details.

Services offered FREE of charge to ALL our Husky families: diapers, pull-ups, laundry, food, toiletries, children’s clothing and MUCH MORE!! Donations are always accepted.



In collaboration with the High Plains Library District, D6 Nutrition Services is pleased to announce the grand opening of the Greeley-Evans Community Seed Library! Located at Centennial Park Library (2227 23rd Ave, Greeley, CO 80634), the Seed Library is a free public resource for community members to “borrow” fruit and vegetable seeds, learn about organic gardening and nutrition, and practice seed-saving techniques. 


The Seed Library functions similarly to book libraries; the only difference is that seeds are being loaned and returned, not books. Patrons can borrow seeds from the library to grow their own food. Patrons are then encouraged to tend to their plants, save some seeds, and return them to the Seed Library so others have an opportunity to access these seeds during future growing seasons. While not required to borrow seeds from the Seed Library, patrons are also encouraged to sign up for a seed library membership. Membership is free and will give patrons access to gardening and nutrition-related classes taught by community experts.


Interested in learning more about the Greeley-Evans Community Seed Library? Email Rachel Garcia, D6 Farm to School Coordinator,  at or Timothy Ruth, Outreach Librarian, at 


It’s that time of year and we are super excited that most of our students are able to go on end of year field trips. If you would like to be a chaperone – Please check with your student’s teacher. You will also need to fill out a volunteer application if you do not have a current one. The application can be found at It only takes a few minutes and is good for an entire year.  


In addition to field trips, we still have opportunities for volunteers through the end of the school year.

Sign ups for lunch and recess help:

Sign ups for crosswalk help: