The event, which features food, fun and information, as well as thousands of free backpacks for students, has become an annual affair while growing each year. This years event earned $56,000 in cash sponsorships, $2,500 in in-kind donations and gave away 2,700 backpacks. Banner Health was the title sponsor. Other sponsors were Redeye Rotary, Extraction Oil and Gas, JBS, North Colorado Medical Center, UPS (Greeley), ABC Child Development Centers, North Colorado Medical Center Foundation, University of Northern Colorado, Aims Community College, High Plains Library District, The Success Foundation, Community Foundation (Littler Youth Fund and R.L. Monfort Family Endowment Fund), Trinity Episcopal Church, Sunrise Community Health, Sea-Level Operations, Our Saviors Lutheran Church and FMS Bank. Related Media This isnt your grandfathers woodshop class. When Greeley-Evans School District 6 administrators talk about skills and career pathways, theyre talking about much, much more. see this websiteDistrict 6 high school students are enrolled in more than 30 career pathways this year, with 5,142 such instances. interview skills lesson planMany students are enrolled in multiple pathways, and pathway enrollment is up by 373 instances since last year, according to a presentation at Mondays school board meeting by Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Schools Rhonda Haniford. I dont know if your dad had the STEM option, Haniford said, laughing.
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