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  •  Dutch Clark Stadium Logo

    HISTORIC DUTCH CLARK STADIUM TO RECEIVE UPGRADES

    Through a partnership between Pueblo School District 60 and the Pueblo Urban Renewal Authority, the City’s most iconic athletic facility is slated to receive $5.2 million in improvements that will breathe new life and longevity into this hub of community activity.

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  •  School Choice Advertisement with two young ladies in caps and gowns

    SCHOOL CHOICE WINDOW NOW OPEN

    Through the Public Schools of Choice Law passed in the early 1990s, families have the right to enroll their children in any school, for any reason. If there is room in a preferred Pueblo School District 60 school, and transportation is not an issue, students are welcome: regardless of residency and other factors. In the fall, the District will welcome new buildings for Centennial and East high schools, Sunset Park Elementary and Franklin School of Innovation, and a brand-new institution: Nettie S. Freed K-8 Expeditionary. The School Choice “lottery window” is now open, giving D60 parents the best chance of winning a seat for their child or children in the school of choice.

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  •  D60 Board of Education pose for a photo in their board room

    HONORING OUR SCHOOL BOARD

    The role of a school board director, which comes with no compensation, is one that requires time, dedication, patience, compassion and commitment. To honor those who serve on school boards, Governor Jared Polis has proclaimed January as School Board Recognition Month. During Tuesday’s regular meeting of the D60 Board of Education, that proclamation was read by D60 Director of Communication Dalton Sprouse.

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  •  Landon Mascareñaz, VP of Community Partnership for the Colorado Education Initiative

    DISTRICT LEADS WAY IN RECEIPT OF GRANT

    The RISE (Response, Innovation and Student Equity) Grant supports high-needs school districts, charter schools, and public institutions of higher education to address the learning challenges related to the economic, social, and health impacts of COVID-19.

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  •  CT House students hold their diplomas in a group photo

    COMMUNITY TRANSITION HOUSE COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY

    The CT House is a program that teaches independent living skills to students 21 and older in order to prepare them for adulthood. The skills pertain to leisure, recreation, home maintenance, personal care and community participation, with an opportunity to continue their education under certified teachers.

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  •  JROTC Cadets holding wreaths salute a grave of a service member at Roselyn Cemetary

    JROTC CADETS, GOODNIGHT STUDENTS, HONOR THOSE LAID TO REST AT ROSELAWN

    Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, a grateful nation remembers, honors and teaches the world about the meaning of selflessness by laying wreaths on the graves of veterans laid to rest in cemeteries across the country.

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  •  Sol Sandoval Tafoya

    SOL SANDOVAL TAFOYA SWORN IN TO D60 BOARD OF EDUCATION

    Sol Sandoval Tafoya, chosen by the D60 Board of Education on Tuesday to fill the seat vacated by Margaret Wright, was officially sworn into office on Wednesday.

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  •  Christian Michael of Google talks to students at Centennial

    PARTNERSHIP WITH GOOGLE ADDS ANOTHER DIMENSION TO HOUR OF CODE

    Coinciding with Computer Science Week and the Worldwide Day of Code, the annual District-wide “Hour of Code” is designed to reveal to scholars at all grade levels the power of computer programming (coding) and the bright future that awaits those who choose a career in the computer field. A one-hour introduction to computer science using fun activities to show that anybody can learn the basics, the Hour of Code campaign is supported by more than 200,000 educators worldwide.

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  •  Barb Clementi claps her hands as she speaks to the CASB Convention

    D60 BOARD MEMBER INTRODUCED AS CASB COMMITTEE PRESIDENT ELECT

    A career educator and longtime member of the Pueblo School District 60 Board of Education is the incoming president of the Colorado Association of School Boards Executive Committee.

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  •  Students standing on stage at the Broadmoor for the 2022 CASB Convention

    DISTRICT 60 STUDENTS, STAFF DOCUMENT CASB CONVENTION

    For the 82nd time, school board members, superintendents and administrators, and students from nearly 180 school districts from across the state converged at The Broadmoor for the annual convention of the Colorado Association of School Boards. And once again, broadcasting students from Pueblo Centennial and Pueblo South high schools were tasked with visually chronicling the three-day gathering.

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  •  Cyberbullying artwork poster

    CYBERSECURITY AWARENESS MONTH CONTEST

    As October is designated as Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the District hosted its first Cybersecurity Awareness Month Poster and Video Contest. Open to scholars at all grade levels, the competition was designed to promote the safe and secure use of the internet while encouraging students to make better decisions when posting pictures, videos, and personal information online.

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  •  Three female bulldog students use technical equipment to produce a football game at Dutch Clark

    VIDEO PRODUCTION WRAPS UP AT DUTCH CLARK STADIUM

    With back-to-back contests that rounded out the 2022 season, the D60 Sports Production Team wrapped up the fall sports season with much to be proud about: most notably the involvement of students, whose expertise and dedication allowed the productions to unfold.

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  •  Drew Dix stands behind a podium

    THE FACE OF THE ‘HOME OF HEROES’ INSPIRES AT PRIDE AND PATRIOTISM

    In its seventh 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 – in the written word, artistic expression and song.

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  •  Drew Dix

    PRIDE AND PATRIOTISM TO FEATURE MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT DREW DIX

    Pueblo’s last living Medal of Honor recipient, and the face of Pueblo as the “Home of Heroes,” Mr. Dix will be the guest speaker at the District’s Pride and Patriotism tribute to veterans, which begins at 6 p.m. November 10 at Memorial Hall.

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  •  Highland Park students standing behind a KIND sign

    COMMUNITY COMES TOGETHER

    The aptly titled Community Peace Summit drew a diverse and colorful procession of children, scholars and adults to the Pueblo Convention Center for a day of celebration of the District’s efforts in promoting inclusion, compassion and a no-tolerance stance on bullying.

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  •  Barbara Devendorf

    BUS SAFETY WEEK CELEBRATED

    Held during the third full week of October, National School Bus Safety Week is designed to promote school bus safety and address the importance of incident-free transports to schools.

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  •  Superintendent Macaluso smiles as she sets with a small child showing her a worksheet she created

    SUPERINTENDENT RECEIVES AFFIRMATIVE EVALUATION

    Since her appointment as Superintendent in February 2017, Charlotte Macaluso has continued to receive positive, affirmative evaluations from the D60 Board of Education. This year’s annual evaluation, which covers her performance from August 2021 through July 2022, continues that trend.

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  •  A man in an orange vest talks to a gym full of people befor an active shooter drill at Heaton

    PARTNERSHIP LEADS TO A SUCCESSFUL TRAINING EXERCISE

    In the name of vigilance and preparedness, the District once again partnered with local law enforcement and first responders in the staging of an active shooting training exercise at Heaton Middle School. This training is designed to keep the District, the Pueblo Police Department, Pueblo Fire Department and AMR prepared in the event of an actual incident.

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  •  Bell Game promo graphic

    BELL GAME: HOW A HISTORIC RIVALRY CAME TO BE

    This cross-town rivalry pitting Coach Kris Cotterman's Blue against Coach Jeff Wilson's Red began rather inconspicuously on Thanksgiving Day 1892 at the long-gone Minnequa Ball Park near Lake Minnequa.

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  •  SUICIDE PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH POSTER

    SUICIDE PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH

    September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month: a time to raise awareness of this stigmatized, and often taboo, topic. This month is dedicated to ensuring that individuals, friends and families have access to the resources they need to discuss suicide prevention and to seek help.

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