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Mission & Vision

Strong public schools create a stronger community. We believe an investment in our students is an investment in the future of Greeley and Evans.  The Growing Great Schools campaign committee is composed of educators, community members, and District 6 parents and staff who believe in supporting schools in Greeley and Evans.  Spread the word for Growing Great Schools!


In the fall of 2017, Greeley and Evans voters approved ballot measure 3A seeking a 10 mill  tax increase on residential and commercial property.  This investment allowed District 6 to provide its students and staff with much-needed updated curriculum, chrome books for all students, roof repairs at 4 schools, wage adjustments for all hourly employees, security cameras at the schools and MUCH MORE!


With the Mill Levy sunsetting in 2023, Greeley-Evans District 6 seeks to continue to provide its schools with the much-needed resources to help them succeed in the future. 

Logan Richardson,
Vice President
Richmark Holdings

It is my pleasure to give my endorsement personally and as a representative of Richmark Companies to extend the Greeley-Evans School District 6 MLO for another 10 years. As one of the most significant taxpayers in the district - with personal residences, subdivisions, multi-family, residential, office, industrial and oil and gas properties subject to the MLO - we understand the cost to us and the benefit to our community.

We have faith in our current local leadership to be good stewards of these locally generated funds to benefit the young people of our community. We understand that funding our schools at the local level allows the community the greatest level accountability possible over our tax dollars.

Cheri-Witt Brown, Executive Director, Greeley Area Habitat for Humanity

Highly successful Career and Technical Education programs like the Jefferson Construction Pathway Program rely heavily on funds from the MLO.  The District 6 partnership with the Greeley Area Habitat for Humanity on the Jefferson Construction Pathway Program serves primarily free and reduced meal students and those who have struggled in traditional academic settings. Our crucially important partnership and program has significantly increased the Construction Pathway students' academic and career success in the past seven years.

Dylan Roseman,

Early College Academy,

Student Body President

Concurrent enrollment allows me to take college classes for free. It allows me to reach my educational goals sooner than most. I am grateful for the MLO that funds this opportunity for District 6 students.

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