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  • Principal: Jaime Schwab

    Secretary: Mary Sabott

    Grades: Kindergarten - 5

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

     

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  •  School Choice Advertisement with two young ladies in caps and gowns

    SCHOOL CHOICE WINDOW NOW OPEN

    Through the Public Schools of Choice Law passed in the early 1990s, families have the right to enroll their children in any school, for any reason. If there is room in a preferred Pueblo School District 60 school, and transportation is not an issue, students are welcome: regardless of residency and other factors. In the fall, the District will welcome new buildings for Centennial and East high schools, Sunset Park Elementary and Franklin School of Innovation, and a brand-new institution: Nettie S. Freed K-8 Expeditionary. The School Choice “lottery window” is now open, giving D60 parents the best chance of winning a seat for their child or children in the school of choice.

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  •  D60 Board of Education pose for a photo in their board room

    HONORING OUR SCHOOL BOARD

    The role of a school board director, which comes with no compensation, is one that requires time, dedication, patience, compassion and commitment. To honor those who serve on school boards, Governor Jared Polis has proclaimed January as School Board Recognition Month. During Tuesday’s regular meeting of the D60 Board of Education, that proclamation was read by D60 Director of Communication Dalton Sprouse.

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  •  Irving students team up to carry heavy bags of mulch for their new garden beds

    IRVING GARDEN WILL GROW, THANKS TO D60 EDUCATION FOUNDATION

    As the mission of the Pueblo School District 60 Education Foundation centers around enriching and improving the overall quality of life in our community through investments in educational programs, the Foundation annually awards grants to those teachers whose projects and/or educational concepts best reflect this. One of those projects selected for funding is the brainchild of Irving educator Sherenna Shelhart Apana, with support from Stacey Marquez and Deanna Jones.

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  •  A young student in a blue shirt smiles as he sets at his preschool desk

    UNIVERSAL PRESCHOOL OPENS DOORS FOR MORE FAMILIES

    Beginning in the 2023-24 school year, the state-funded Universal Preschool Colorado program offers every 4-year-old child the opportunity to attend a half-day (up to 15 hours) of preschool. In the year before they are eligible for kindergarten, children with certain qualifying factors are eligible for an additional 15 hours on top of the half-day programming, making for a full day of preschool.

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