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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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    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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  •  Marching band members hold their instruments at attention during practice

    WANTED: MEMBERS OF THE SUN CITY BAND

    Musicians: if you are in, or will be in, the sixth, seventh and eighth grades, and have been in your school's band for at least a year, you are eligible to be part of the Sun City Band.

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    ANOTHER HISTORIC TEACHER CONTRACT APPROVED IN D60

    Reflecting a continuing sense of value for our teachers, Pueblo School District 60 is excited to announce that through a highly collaborative process, a tentative two-year agreement with the Pueblo Education Association has been reached. 

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  •  A large group of students stand in front of a screen in the D60 Board Room

    SCHOLARSHIP EARNERS, ARTISTS, CTE SCHOLARS RECOGNIZED BY BOARD

    With graduation quickly approaching, the D60 Board of Education recognized 2024 scholarship recipients, artists selected for publication in the Colorado Kids Create Contest, and those in DECA, FBLA, FCCLA and SkillsUSA who achieved state and national recognition.

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  •  Recipients of the Teacher and Staff of the Year awards hold their plaques

    TEACHERS, STAFFERS OF THE YEAR HONORED AT CEREMONY

    Nominated by peers and colleagues for their exemplary dedication to education, three teachers and three classified staff members were honored Thursday as the best in the District.

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  •  Dana Elkins-Greene stands with two school lunch staff members

    NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH HERO DAY: "NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES"

    On the first Friday in May, a grateful nation honors the hard-working cafeteria and food service workers who ensure that our children are nourished and shown kindness, day in and day out.

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  •  Carmen Olivas

    HONORING OUR INTERPRETER

    Carmen Olivas has been with District 60 since 2002. She serves as an interpreter for all District schools, including D60 Online, and also interprets for live district and community events.

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  •  Superintendent Macaluso stands with the winner of the writing awards

    SUPERINTENDENT’S CROSS-CURRICULUM WRITING AWARD WINNERS

    Every year, scholars at all three grade levels are encouraged to demonstrate their literary talents in this showcase, started by the late Edmund Vallejo, an educator and Superintendent who knew the value of being a strong writer. The 2024 ceremony was held at Centennial Tuesday, with Director of Curriculum and Instructional Programming Krystal Rasmussen serving as emcee, and Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso handing out the awards.

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  •  President Pannunzio and Superintendent Macaluso take a photo with Haaff's principal and a teacher

    TEACHERS, CLASSIFIED STAFF MEMBERS OF THE YEAR NOTIFIED OF AWARD

    Each year, the Pueblo County Chapter of the Colorado Teacher of the Year Program honors peer-nominated dedicated, knowledgeable and skilled K-12 classroom educators with a Colorado Teacher of the Year Award.

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  •  A pencil drawing of a horses head wins best of show

    2024 D60 ART SHOW WINNERS

    Elementary, middle and high school pieces are on display now, on the second floor of the Robert Rawlings Library Pueblo City-County Library District

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  •  A group photo of the Board with a few teachers and students

    D60 BOARD OF EDUCATION RECOGNIZES STATE-LEVEL PERFORMERS

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  •  Dr. Kimzey talks with Principal Mehess at Central during a recent visit

    DR. BARBARA KIMZEY SOLE FINALIST FOR SUPERINTENDENT POSITION

    Following interviews of the two finalists for the position Thursday, the D60 Board of Education selected Dr. Kimzey as the finalist. Her appointment will become official following a thorough background check and the Board of Education’s consideration and approval of an employment contract. 

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  •  Corwin's NAL Team takes a group photo

    NATIONAL ACADEMIC LEAGUE SCHOLARS HONORED

    With the 2024 season complete, NAL teams from Corwin (national qualifier), Roncalli, Goodnight, Heaton and Pueblo Academy of Arts, and their coaches, were honored Monday during an awards banquet at Corwin.

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  •  Shon Hocker and Barbara Kimzey

    D60 BOARD OF EDUCATION TO CONDUCT FINAL SUPERINTENDENT INTERVIEWS

    Two finalists for the position of District 60 Superintendent will be interviewed by the Board of Education during a special school board meeting on Wednesday, April 24, 2024. The public is invited to attend the board meeting, which will also be livestreamed.

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  •  A woman in a red shirt speaks with three staff members for an interview

    WELCOMING NEW MEMBERS TO THE FAMILY

    A number of applicants interviewed for open positions, and in some instances, were offered employment on the spot!

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    COMMUNITY INVITED TO MEET SUPERINTENDENT CANDIDATES

    As the D60 Board of Education continues to narrow down the best candidates to lead our school District moving forward, three finalists will be invited to spend a day in the District to learn more about the position and our community. 

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  • Six D60 staff members wave to the crowd on the scoreboard screen at a Rockies game

    DISTRICT AND ITS SCHOLARS CELEBRATED AT COORS FIELD

    Prior to the first pitch of Sunday’s Colorado vs. Tampa Bay matchup at Coors Field, Pueblo School District 60 and its scholars were lauded by the Rockies organization and the gallery in attendance.

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    REGARDING INACCURATE SOCIAL MEDIA POSTINGS

    Although social media can be a useful outlet, using it to post and spread rumors and unfounded allegations can cause an untold amount of damage, especially within the realm of education. Therefore, it is important to exercise due diligence when a certain claim is stated as factual.

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