At a Glance

  • Principal: Michelle Padilla

    Secretary: Alysa Johnson

    Grades: Kindergarten - 5

    Hours: 7:45 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. Monday - Thursday

    Preschool: Monday - Thursday

    3YO Preschool and Ms. Ahlin's Class: 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    4YO Preschool: 8:15 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.

     

     

    Bradford Eaglet

Bradford Announcements

D60 Newsroom

  • THE SEASON TO THINK ABOUT OTHERS

    A holiday tradition at many of our elementary schools are in-school “gift shops,” which provide scholars with the opportunity to obtain items at low – or in some cases no cost – in order to make Christmas brighter for those on their gift lists. Without fail, each and every little one who made his or her way through the gift shops did so with others on their mind. From parents to siblings to classmates to pets, funds were exclusively earmarked for those close to the little shoppers’ hearts.

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  • OPERATION BLUE SANTA IS UNDERWAY

    For the third year, Operation Blue Santa will see every elementary school student in the District receive an age-appropriate gift. An application for the cache of toys, submitted by Freddie Gallegos – the longtime director of the Pueblo Toys for Tots – was met with approval, enabling this heart-warming collaboration to once again enrich the lives of thousands of hard-working youngsters throughout the District.

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  • NAACP PUEBLO CHAPTER BUILDS UP THE DISTRICT’S FOUNDATION

    Roxanna Mack, president of the chapter, and Helen Wylie, vice president, spent most of Thursday dropping off boxes of Kindergarten-age supplies to Columbian, Minnequa, Bessemer Academy, Beulah Heights, Bradford and Park View.

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  • MEET YOUR PRINCIPAL: MICHELLE MACIAS PADILLA READY TO LEAD THE BRADFORD FAMILY

    As Bradford’s leader, Principal Macias Padilla said it’s her goal “to build on what’s already been established so far. We are all about providing for our students intellectually and social-emotionally, with a sense of stability. We take a look at the whole individual child and doing what’s best for them.

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