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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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    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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  •  Parker Vecellio wearing her Hockey Gear holds a trophy

    NETTIE S. FREED SCHOLAR/ATHLETE IS A NATIONAL HOCKEY CHAMPION

    Over the weekend, Parker and her team participated in the U12AA hockey championship in Hershey, Pennsylvania. With six wins against no losses, the KRIVO Elite Girls Hockey team claimed the National Championship with a 4-1 win over the Utica Junior Comets in the final.

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    CELEBRATING OUR SCHOOL COUNSELORS

    As we continue to recognize the essential work of our school counselors during National School Counselor Week, the District invited counselors from all grade levels to participate in a "counselor appreciation day," which included a delicious cake and fellowship.

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    GIFTED AND TALENTED EXPERT VISITS WITH SCHOLARS, PARENTS

    Through the sponsorship of District 60, District 70 and Canon City Schools, a nationally renowned expert in gifted education visited Pueblo to work with students and speak to their family members.

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  •  Ariann Lovato and Domenique Roush setting in front of green plants

    HELPING TEACHERS BECOME BETTER LEADERS, INSTRUCTORS

    As excellent teaching and leadership are vital to student success, personal development plays a key part in the retention and effectiveness of Colorado educators. An Induction program, mandated by the state in order to obtain licensure, helps set the stage for continuous growth and support of educators.

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