After learning of the district’s participation in the Bringing Music to Life program – which encourages the donation of performance instruments to ensure that the love of music-making continues in schools – Mr. DeNiro and his wife Dr. Dorothy DeNiro, eagerly turned over 100 instruments, all in hard-shell cases, to Cindy Smith, the district’s Fine Arts Specialist.
Now, the next chapter in Centennial High School’s tradition-rich history is being written as ground was broken for what, in a few short years, will become the fourth incarnation of Centennial: a sleek, state-of-the-art two-story school with auxiliary gymnasium, auditorium, air conditioning and a wealth of additional features designed to enhance the educational experience. Financed by 2019’s voter-approved $218 million bond, the new school will be constructed on an expansive playing field located northwest of the current building.
Middle School In-Person Students to Attend 4 Days A Week; High School In-Person Students to Continue on Hybrid Schedule
With a relaxation of social distancing guidelines by state and national health officials, Pueblo School District 60 Middle School in-person students will transition from the hybrid model to attending 4 days a week in person beginning Monday, April 19.
The Hurliman Scholarship Foundation is a charitable organization established to award 4-year college scholarships (up to $25,000 per year) to college-bound high school seniors in Pueblo, Custer and Fremont Counties. The highly competitive endowment covers tuition, and room and board, with a book allowance. It can be used at any university or college in the United States.