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  •  An 8th-grade student holds up a blue sign in a hallway

    HEATON WELCOMES INCOMING SIXTH GRADERS

    The next generation of Heaton Hawks in the form of current fifth graders, along with their families, were welcomed to the East Side/Belmont school Thursday by Principal Jayme Cardinal, her staff and student leaders.

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  •  Group photo of D60 school counselors

    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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  •  Andi McNair

    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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  •  Superintendent Macaluso and Barb Clementi pose with the top three places of the 2024 spelling bee

    CORWIN’S ZI LIU IS 2024 SPELLING BEE CHAMP

    A veteran of the District’s annual Middle School (Grades 6-8) Spelling Bee, Corwin eighth grader Zi Liu emerged as the champion of the 47th annual competition, staged Wednesday in the Centennial auditorium.

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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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  •  Four Centennial studens talk in an area near the entrance to the school

    SCHOOL CHOICE WINDOW OPENS JANUARY 15

    The lottery window closes at 4 p.m. on Monday, February 12. Parents can submit a School Choice application any time before this deadline to participate in the lottery. Parents will be notified of their lottery results in early March.

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  •  A large group of D60 students in caps and gowns hold up their diplomas

    DISTRICT SEES MORE SCHOLARS GRADUATING, LESS DROPPING OUT

    More District 60 scholars are receiving their diplomas and less are dropping out of school, according to statistics recently released by the Colorado Department of Education.

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  •  A Heaton stduent smiles as he works on a puzzle on a black desk

    MINDFULNESS EXERCISES PAYING BEHAVIORAL DIVIDENDS AT HEATON

    At Heaton Middle School, a unique after-lunch mindfulness program is paying notable dividends in decreasing disruptive behavior and activity by helping Hawks to focus and remain grounded.

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  •  Several kids hold presents with Santa looking on in the background

    A LOOK AT CHRISTMAS IN THE DISTRICT

    It's been a festive, joyful and giving time throughout the District, as our educators, scholars and supporters have embraced the season with a bevy of activities and offerings.

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  •  Four students holding their awards

    CYBERSECURITY POSTER CONTEST WINNERS AWARDED

    For earning honors in this year's Cybersecurity Poster Contest, creators in elementary and middle school were presented with ribbons and their winning submissions in a frame by contest coordinators Tuesday.

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  •  Two people wearing yellow shorts for Kenzi's Cause

    DISTRICT PARTNERS WITH DENVER-BASED CHARITABLE GROUP

    Kenzi’s Causes is a non-profit organization that supports underprivileged children and their families throughout the state by providing them with the tools and resources needed to live an overall more well-rounded life.

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  •  Lindley McCrary (Littleton Public Schools) and Barb Clementi (Pueblo D60) pose for a picture

    OUTGOING CASB PRESIDENT CLEMENTI HONORED BY COLLEAGUES

    For the past year, Barb Clementi – who recently finished two terms on the D60 Board of Education – served as president of the CASB board of directors

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  •  The 2023 Board of Education standing in front of the Dias

    NEW BOARD MEMBERS SWORN IN

    The four newly elected members of the D60 Board of Education – Brian Cisneros, Sue Pannunzio, Judge Dennis Maes and Bill Thiebaut – were sworn into office Tuesday at the D60 Administration Building.

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  •  Savanna Silas and her mentor Mrs. Simony smile for the camera

    ALUMNI ROLL CALL INSPIRED BY THOSE WHO EDUCATED HER, EAGLE SAVANNA SILAS FOLLOWS IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS

    While serving as principal at Risley International Academy of Innovation, Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso had an immeasurable impact on the lives of the children under her charge. One of those Bears, Savanna Silas never forgot.

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  •  Fourteen members of Team Google standing for a group photo

    PARTNERSHIP WITH TEAM GOOGLE, CSUP, KICKS OFF COMPUTER SCIENCE WEEK

    Fourteen members of Team Google, led by South graduate Christian Michael, helped 300 high school scholars “Experience Computer Science” through the District’s annual International Hour of Code event.

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  •  D60's Document Services Center stands behind boxes of paper in the print shop

    3 MILLION AND COUNTING FOR DISTRICT’S DOCUMENT SERVICES CENTER

    Although operating “behind the scenes,” the Center’s role is invaluable, as Supervisor Mary Bocchietti and her staff are responsible for every piece of printed material utilized by educators, administrators, and support staff throughout the District.

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  •  Heaton students set a a table in front of a green screen

    HEATON HAWKS BRING THE TALK

    Every morning, Principal Jayme Cardinal and Assistant Principal J.R. Crowell join student ambassadors Talon Cardenas, Lailah Cowan, Islam Dlila and Baylee Martinez on a sound stage, where the day's weather report, lunch menu, a fun fact and joke, and other tidbits are live streamed into every classroom in the building.

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  •  Two members of the American Legion Post 2 holding boxes of cookies

    AMERICAN LEGION POST 2'S ACT OF GENEROSITY

    On the occasion of National Education Week, our community partner American Legion Post 2 expressed its appreciation to our educators and building leaders by delivering boxes of cookies, along with hot chocolate and cups, to 35 facilities throughout the District.

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  •  A group of JROTC cadets salute as the colors are presented

    DISTRICT, SCHOLARS EXPRESS GRATITUDE TO HOMETOWN HEROES

    In its eighth incarnation, Pride and Patriotism once again saw District scholars, from elementary through high school, express their gratitude to those who served – and in many instances continue to serve – through the written word, artistic expression and song.

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  •  Students from mixed schools sing at the all-city choir concert

    VOCALISTS SHINE IN COUNTY-WIDE SHOWCASE

    Weeks of rehearsals paid notable and sweet-sounding dividends for the more than 100 young vocalists selected to take part in the annual All City Middle and High School Honor Choir Concert.

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