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  • Charlotte MacalusoThe Pueblo School District 60 Superintendent of Schools reports to the Board of Education and provides administrative leadership to a public school district of over 2,400 employees and nearly 18,000 students. 

    The superintendent is primarily responsible for administering the policies of the Board of Education. The superintendent's responsibilities include overseeing a strategic plan, managing a budget of more than $200 million, driving a comprehensive curriculum to international standards, building and strengthening relationships with parents, and a community of more than 100,000 and representing the school district as the primary spokesperson. 

    For additional information, the Superintendent can be reached at (719) 549-7103 or by e-mail at charlotte.macaluso@pueblocityschools.us.

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  • PUEBLO BULLS TRADE-IN SKATES AND PUCKS FOR JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT MATERIALS

    As service to others is a key component of the Pueblo Bulls’ commitment to the community, the Bulls’ leadership – including General Manager David Nelson and Head Coach Chris Wilhite – offered the talents of the athletic standouts, who revealed themselves to be a natural with the Roadrunners.

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  • EAST CULINARY STUDENTS KEEP ON TRUCKIN’

    Eagle culinary arts students were tasked with creating a mock food truck company that serves real meals. From the name of the company to the facsimile food truck that served as the vote collector to the menu, this savory operation was fully in the hands of the Eagles.

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  • POTENTIAL NAMES FOR NEW EXPEDITIONARY SCHOOL PRESENTED

    Formulated with input from the community through a survey, and finalized by a 20-member stakeholder committee, the three names are the Nettie S. Freed Expeditionary K-8, Steel City Expeditionary K-8, and Pioneer Expeditionary K-8.

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  • NEW SUNSET PARK AND FRANKLIN ON THE WAY

    In December 2021, the start of demolition of vacated portions of the existing buildings signaled the start of new construction. Like the new builds at East and Centennial, the projects will see the new buildings erected and ready for occupancy before the existing structures are fully demolished.

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