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  • FEMA TO OFFER SCHOOL-BASED VACCINATION CLINICS

    Pueblo School District 60 is partnering with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to host school-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics. All clinics will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with the exception of South, which is tentatively scheduled from 4-8 p.m.

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  • Work Hard, Be Kind, Be Present: Principal Jimmie Pool's Motto has Served Him Well

    The essence of a “people person,” Principal Pool is excitedly looking forward to a return to fully in-person instruction. “We miss our kids and want all our kids here,” he said. “That way, we can fill those gaps and continue to grow forward social-emotionally and also academically.” Although the field of education is not without challenges, Principal Pool said they pale in comparison to the rewards of the profession.

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  • Longtime District "Music Man" Continues to Impact Students in his Retirement

    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.

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  • Kim Butler is the Anchor of Carlile's All-Star Team

    Whether spending time one-on-one with children to build relationships or working with a handful in small groups, it’s the paraprofessionals who serve as the much-needed and beloved “glue” that holds the team together. “What they bring to our school is a whole lot of love, structure and support,” Carlile Principal Jimmie Pool said of the paraprofessionals. “They are here for the right reasons, because it’s hard work, and a lot of our kiddos need that extra support. But they come to work every day with a smile.”

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