The ribbon was officially cut on the new West 20thStreet Campus, which now houses the Greeley-Evans Alternative Program and the new College and Career Prep program.

Students and staff attended the event from the two programs, District 6 officials, Board of Education members, members of the Greeley Chamber of Commerce and many community members. Both these programs are geared for older students who may be short on high school credits, but who are motivated to get their high school diploma or a GED

These programs also help fulfill the Innovation2020 initiative to ensure all students graduate with an individual plan to enter a career or college.

“We believe every, single student can and should graduate from high school, and these two programs are helping make that commitment a reality,” says Dr. Deirdre Pilch, superintendent of schools.

In addition to helping students obtain a high school diploma or GED, the College and Career Prep program is working with Aims Community College on providing opportunities for students to take classes in many certificate programs.

District 6 to host eighth annual Citizens Academy

Greeley-Evans School District 6 is now accepting applications for its eighth annual Citizens Academy beginning October 2, a program that gives residents the opportunity for an up-close look at the 14th largest school district in Colorado.

The Citizens Academy will be held on a Monday each month during the 2017-18 school year, from 11am–1pm, at various schools and sites throughout the district. Participants will get to tour facilities, visit classrooms, meet staff and learn about the various aspects of the district. Topics covered include district finances and budgeting, curriculum and instruction, school safety and discipline, programs such as Career Pathways and blended learning, classroom management, safety and security, athletics and extracurricular activities, transportation services, student nutrition and wellness, facility maintenance and much more.

Most importantly, residents will get the chance to have their questions answered directly by those involved in educating and offering services to more than 21,000 students in District 6

Here is the full schedule of meetings in Greeley

  • Monday, Oct. 2,District 6 Administration Building, 1025 9th Ave.
  • Monday, Nov. 6, Jackson Elementary School, 2002 25th St.
  • Monday, Dec. 11, Fred Tjardes School of Innovation, 14717 6th St.
  • Monday, Feb. 12, Franklin Middle School, 818 35th Ave.
  • Monday, Mar. 5, Northridge High School, 100 71st Ave.
  • Monday, Apr. 2, Transportation Office, 155 East 27th St.
  • Monday, May 7, District 6 Service Center, 2508 4th Ave.

There is no cost to attend the Citizens Academy, and participants will receive lunch during the meetings. The class size will be small in order to allow for in-depth conversations.

To register for the Citizens Academy, visit and fill out a short application. Or to find out more information, please contact Communications Director Theresa Myers at 348-6003 or Enrollment is limited, so please register by Monday, September 25.

District 6 seeks applicants for MLO oversight group

Greeley-Evans School District 6 is seeking applicants for the Citizens’ Oversight Committee, which will be responsible for overseeing the spending of revenue from a Mill Levy Override, should voters approve the ballot issue November 7.

This committee is being formed to ensure the transparency, openness and fidelity of District 6 officials in the spending of the proposed mill levy override revenue. The committee members will ensure that district officials are accountable for fulfilling the promises of the November 2017 District 6 ballot measure, if approved.

Applications will be accepted until 4pm on Friday, October 6, 2017. To apply online, go to For questions or more information, contact Kristina Crain at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or at (970) 348-6012.