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  • Principal: Nicolas Roberts

    Secretary: Cassie DeLong

    Grades: K-8

    Hours: 7:45 a.m. to 3:35 p.m. Monday - Thursday

     

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  • Pick-up and Drop-off Map

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  •  A calendar with a red pin on August 28

    August 28th Student Start Date

    Nettie S. Freed K-8 Expeditionary School will have a delayed student start for our school next year, in order to accommodate a completion date of the building’s construction.  This delay will ensure that our building and staff are ready to provide students with the best experience possible starting on their first day!  For next year only, the first day of school for all Nettie S. Freed students will be Monday, August 28th.  This delay will not require any other changes to our student calendar for the remainder of the school year.

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    MEET YOUR PRINCIPAL

    When that school opens in Fall 2023, Nic Roberts, a proud D60 product and longtime teacher...

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    What is unique about Nettie S. Freed

    In addition to the elements found in other expeditionary schools...

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  •  A young child takes a big bite out of a pear

    SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM UNDERWAY

    Thanks to the efforts of SFE - Pueblo D60 Foodworks, students 18 and younger will have plenty of opportunities for free lunches this summer.

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  •  Through a series of Farmers Markets, representatives of SFE-D60 Foodworks exposed young scholars to

    STUDENTS EXPOSED TO HEALTHY EATING THROUGH FARMERS MARKETS

    Through a series of Farmers Markets, representatives of SFE-D60 Foodworks exposed young scholars to the benefits of healthy snacking.

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    STUDENTS: FREE FOOD ALL SUMMER

    Starting Wednesday, all children 18 and under can enjoy a tasty meal, Monday through Friday, at one of several convenient locations: Cesar Chavez Academy, Pueblo Academy of Arts, Risley International Academy of Innovation, Minnequa Elementary School, Irving Elementary, El Pueblo History Museum, YMCA of Pueblo, and the Lamb Library and Rawlings Library of the Pueblo City-County Library District.

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  •  A silver time capsule overflows with items

    TIME CAPSULE TIME AT FREED

    Having finished their first year in both a new building and new District school, the Yetis of Nettie S. Freed Expeditionary School celebrated by creating a time capsule, which will soon be buried on the campus.

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