Superintendent of Schools

  • Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso The Pueblo School District 60 Superintendent of Schools reports to the Board of Education and provides administrative leadership to a public school district of over 2,400 employees and nearly 18,000 students. 

    The superintendent is primarily responsible for administering the policies of the Board of Education. The superintendent's responsibilities include overseeing a strategic plan, managing a budget of more than $200 million, driving a comprehensive curriculum to international standards, building and strengthening relationships with parents, and a community of more than 100,000 and representing the school district as the primary spokesperson. 

    For additional information, the Superintendent can be reached at (719) 549-7103 or by e-mail at


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  • Hurliman Scholarship Rick Lane's Life has Centered Around Leadership and Service to Others

    A 4.4 GPA student at Centennial High School and recipient of 7 academic letters, Rick has excelled in Advanced Placement as well as concurrent enrollment courses. He is a 4-year member of Future Business Leaders of America who twice qualified for state, a 2-year member of National Honor Society and a state qualifier in Speech and Debate.

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  • New K-12 Online School Accepting Enrollment Through June 30

    District 60 K-12 Online School will allow students to learn from the comfort of their homes while enjoying the full D60 educational experience. “We are excited to add this new instructional option to our D60 portfolio of schools,” said Suzanne Morey, the district’s Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Services. “It is a fully online school available to any student.”

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    Pueblo School District 60 is partnering with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to host school-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics. All clinics will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with the exception of South, which is tentatively scheduled from 4-8 p.m.

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  • Teacher Appreciation Week

    Teaching is often a thankless job, but no one enters this profession with a desire for accolades and the spotlight. Rather, we as educators do it for the most noblest of reasons: to gift the community, and the world itself, with the next generation of leaders, scientists, lawyers, doctors, skilled laborers, journalists, public servants and, of course, teachers.

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