Superintendent of Schools
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 email@example.com.
The work that brought out the D60 team of volunteers was yet another crucial step in the return to fully in-person instruction: administration of the second, and final, dose of the Pfizer COVID vaccine. Recognizing the importance of the task at hand, the district representatives served in a variety of non-medical roles to ensure a seamless, and hope-filled, operation.
Across the district, Read Across America Week, which annually coincides with the birthday of Theodor “Dr. Suess” Geisel, saw D60 students revel in the wealth of activities and specially themed days designed to add a fun component to the pro-literacy campaign. As is tradition, a number of district and community notables, from Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso to Sheriff Kirk Taylor to Mayor Nick Gradisar, donned the famous “Cat in the Hat” headware and read their favorite Dr. Seuss book.
In a concentrated effort to end discrimination against people with intellectual disabilities, Special Olympics International launched a “The Revolution is Inclusion” campaign, which complements this year’s “Spread the Word” movement centered around inclusion.
Since 2017, the Scripps Howard Foundation has distributed more than 352,000 new books to children in need as part of its annual “If You Give a Child a Book …” campaign. This week, through a partnership that encompasses the foundation, KOAA 5, and Scholastic, more than 320 pre-K through fifth-grade Bradford Eagles benefitted from that philanthropy in the form of brand-new age-appropriate books.