The Greeley community drove Sean Scribbick to join the Greeley Central staff. After spending the majority of his career in District 6, Mr. Scribbick has learned that “this school district is committed to the success of our students and we are continuing to look towards the future and improve in all aspects of education in Greeley and Evans.”
"This school district is committed to the success of our students and we are continuing to look towards the future and improve in all aspects of education in Greeley and Evans."
Not only is Mr. Scribbick’s career tied to Greeley, but his home life is as well. He says, “This community has become a part of my life and Greeley Central and the school district have become a part of my identity. My wife (who is a D6 graduate) and I have made Greeley home. We dated, got married, brought our children into the world and both work in education in Greeley. I hope to leave this community better than it was when I arrived and I believe in our students, families and staff and our ability to make this community a great place for all!” Having a deeper connection to District 6 undoubtedly inspires him to create similar experiences for his students.
When asked about a specific student who illustrated positive growth and success, Mr. Scribbick remembered “a student who has become a successful young man in our community and we still keep in touch. He had been dealt a lot of adversity in his life and was really struggling in high school.” Luckily, this particular student was willing to put in the hard work and developed important relationships with several staff members at Greeley Central. Mr. Scribbick explains that “he was able to persevere and overcome some of the obstacles in his life and graduate from Greeley Central. He now has a great job, a stable family and continues to strive to be the best at whatever he does. It was a blessing to have this young man in my class as he helped me grow as a person and educator and I believe I helped him in his journey.” With the help and support of administrators like Mr. Scribbick, students can feel comfortable enough to advocate for themselves and overcome their challenges.