At a Glance
Principal: Angela Garcia
Assistant Principal: Pauline Eltagonde
Secretary: MaryJo Glavich
Community Advocate: TBD
Hours: 7:45 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. Monday - Thursday
Preschool: Monday - Thursday
Full-Day: 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
REMEMBER……Please bring in your Box Tops!
Pull for the Ronald McDonald House!
Save the pop-tabs from your cans and drop them off at the front office. The pop-tabs will be used to pay the utility bills each month at the Ronald McDonald House.
D60 Lunch Program
Easily complete your student's free/reduced application online. Quick and easy and you get your results right away.
BESSEMER ACADEMY SCHOLARS CLOSE OUT YEAR WITH PROJECT-BASED LEARNING DISPLAY
Kindergarteners focused on animals and their habitats; first graders visually created their own country; second graders engaged in a Market Day, to learn the ins-and-outs of entrepreneurship and commerce; third and fourth graders explored careers, with a rotation of guest speakers in a variety of fields visiting the school; and finally, fifth graders explored the cosmos through a unit entitled Patterns in the Universe.
D60 COLORADO TEACHERS OF THE YEAR, SUPPORT STAFF HONORED
In a long-standing tradition, three D60 peer-nominated educators and three Classified Support Staff were honored Thursday for their commitment, dedication and professionalism. Each year, the Pueblo County Chapter of the Colorado Teacher of the Year Program honors dedicated, knowledgeable and skilled K-12 classroom educators with a Colorado Teacher of the Year Award.
DISTRICT LEADERS RECOGNIZED BY GREATER PUEBLO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
During Thursday's Business During Lunch hosted by the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce, Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso, Board of Education President Tommy Farrell and Board Member Barb Clementi, and the D60 Communications Team were recognized by Chamber President Duane Nava before those gathered in the Pueblo Convention Center.
SUPERINTENDENT'S CROSS-CURRICULUM WRITING AWARD WINNERS
For more than three decades, scholars in elementary, middle and high school have been encouraged to demonstrate their literary talents in this showcase, started by the late Edmund Vallejo, a D60 educator and Superintendent, who valued the importance of writing.