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515 Leslie Street
Briggsdale, CO
80611
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P. O. Box 129
Briggsdale, CO
80611

 

 

Our rural school district, located 35 miles northeast of Greeley in the Pawnee Grasslands, is dedicated to providing a quality education for students in a safe and stable environment. We service 150 students P - 12. Our mascot is the mighty Falcon and our colors are red, white, and blue.

 

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