Greeley - Evans School District 6

Parents should always have a role in their children’s education – make your voice heard!
On November 7, 2023, registered voters in Greeley-Evans School District 6 will vote to choose three At-Large Members on the Board.

Greeley-Evans School District 6 residents will choose between Elda Ibet Palacios, Ashlee Tilley, Stacey Casteel, Brenda Campos-Spitze, Natalie Mash, and Doran Reza Azari.

Click each candidate’s name to learn more about their positions and priorities.

Palacios believes we need more honesty and transparency from our Board of Education. 


Palacios wants to bring academic focus back to the basics of reading, writing, and math, and to honor parents’ rights by establishing open lines of communication covering all aspects of their child’s education.


For more information, visit her website.

Tilley believes we need a School Board that is actively engaged with parental representation and puts aside political agendas. 


Tilley wants to get rid of allowing biological males in female locker rooms and vice versa. 


Tilley will make transparency among parents, students and staff a priority.


For more information, visit her website.

Casteel believes it is not a school district’s responsibility to make decisions for students, especially if it is against something the family genuinely believes. 



Casteel wants to make parents feel empowered again. 


Casteel regularly speaks at D6 School Board meetings to challenge books in libraries that “normalize the sexualization of children.”



For more information, visit her website.

Campos-Spitze said she sees anti-public education sentiment as a threat.


Campos-Spitze believes Latino representation on the Board matters.


Campos-Spitz is a self-described pro-Teacher’s Union school board candidate and is endorsed by the Greeley Education Association (GEA) and the local Teacher’s Union.


For more information, visit her website.

Mash was part of the district’s School Board that voted to require masks for students in Preschool-Eighth grade in August 2021. 


Mash promoted “Banned Books Week,” an event hosted by the ALA opposing parents challenging inappropriate books in school libraries. 


Mash is endorsed by the Greeley Education Association (GEA).


For more information, visit her website.

Azari says we must support the district’s teachers and staff. 

Azari is endorsed by the Greeley Education Association (GEA) alongside candidates Brenda Campos-Spitze and Natalie Mash.

For more information, visit his website.

To confirm you live within Greeley-Evans School District 6, visit the Greeley-Evans School District 6 Site Map.

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