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  •  A large crowd watches a performance at the Peace Summit

    LETTING THE SUNSHINE IN AT THE COMMUNITY PEACE SUMMIT

    In an effort to promote positivity, anti-bullying activity and inclusivity, the District has, for the past six years, hosted a Community Peace Summit. This year's theme was, "When You Can't Find the Sunshine, Be the Sunshine."

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  •  Kevin Briggs shares a smile with a man he saved from jumping off the bridge years prior

    GUARDIAN OF GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE SHARES UPLIFTING MESSAGE

    During his career as a California Highway Patrolman, assigned to San Francisco’s historic Golden Gate Bridge, Kevin Briggs is credited with saving the lives of 200 potential victims of suicide.

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  •  Colorado Applies Month informational flyer

    FREE COLLLEGE APPLICATION DAYS/COLLEGE READINESS FAIR

    To inspire more Coloradans to continue their education, all 32 public colleges and universities in Colorado and several private institutions allow students to apply for free Oct. 17-19 as part of the annual Colorado Free Application Day$.

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  •  Dar and Dale Emme

    YELLOW RIBBON CAMPAIGN FOUNDERS SPEAKING TO MIDDLE SCHOOLERS

    As part of Suicide Prevention Month, Dar and Dale are visiting with middle school students about the Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program.

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  •  2023 Cannon Game Poster Art

    THE CANNON GAME: BOOMING GOLD OR BLACK?

    The rivalry returns Friday, as the East Eagles, holders of the coveted Cannon, will be looking to retain the prize against the South Colts. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Dutch Clark Stadium.

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  •  Bradford's Principal celebrates good news with a smile and clapping hands

    2023 INITIAL PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORKS RELEASED: 11 SCHOOLS IN THE TOP TIER

    The Colorado Department of Education recently released preliminary District and School Performance Frameworks based on assessment results and growth data. This initial data reveals that 11 schools occupy the top-tier Performance Framework: Fountain, Goodnight, Corwin, Haaff, Franklin, Irving, Bradford, South Park, Sunset Park, Minnequa and Morton.

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  • Photos of two substitute teachers smiling

    SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS TO RECEIVE MORE PAY/BONUS INCENTIVES

    Substitute teachers play a critical role in maintaining the continuity of instruction for our scholars. As guest teachers, substitutes have the responsibility of administering the absent teacher’s learning plan while keeping students engaged and involved.

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  •  A young student wearing blue glasses sets at a desk

    MATH AND ELA GROWTH IN D60 SCHOOLS MEETING OR EXCEEDING STATE EXPECTATIONS

    With the release of results from state assessments taken last spring comes the encouraging news that many of our schools are meeting or exceeding the statewide Median Growth Percentile (MGP) benchmarks in Math and English Language Arts. Additionally, as a District, growth in high school Math and ELA increased.

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  •  Two D60 CTE Teachers smile for the camera at the State Conference in Loveland

    CTE PROFESSIONALS ATTEND STATE CONFERENCE

    Among the attendees for the three-day conference were District 60 representatives in administration and education, who participated in the conference in order to improve budgeting techniques and fundraising methods and bring home updates on best practices to the rest of the Pueblo CTE team.

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  •  The entrance of Dutch Clark Stadium

    NEW DUTCH CLARK STADIUM SAFETY/SECURITY FEATURES

    In addition to the aesthetic upgrades to improve the look and appearance of Dutch Clark Stadium, a number of improvements have been made with an eye toward increased safety and ease of use of the facility. A new addition to the safety protocol will be the use of walk-through metal detectors at stadium entry points.

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  •  Central's All American Cheerleaders wearing their medals

    NINE CENTRAL CHEERLEADERS EARN ALL AMERICAN DESIGNATION

    In all, 18 Wildcats tried out in hopes of being named a Varsity All-American, with nine earning an All American medal and receiving the opportunity to travel and represent at parade events in London, Hawaii, California, or Florida.

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  •  PEYTON ROTH

    ALUMNI ROLL CALL WILDCAT PEYTON ROTH IS PART OF PRESTIGIOUS NYC ARCHITECTURAL FIRM

    GRADE New York, a custom residential architecture firm in New York City, is home to many of the nation’s most talented architects and designers. One of them is Peyton Roth, a Central Wildcat and 2018 Boettcher Scholar whose interest in architecture and buildings began when he was just a child.

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  •  Betsy DeCesaro

    SUPERINTENDENT WELCOMES BUILDING LEADERS BACK TO SCHOOL

    In an annual tradition, Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso officially kicked off the 2023-24 school year with a K-12 Leadership Orientation for building principals, assistant principals and District administrators.

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  •  Three FCCLA students wearing red blazers and black slacks

    CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION SCHOLARS EXCEL THIS SUMMER

    From the standpoint of the achievements of our Career and Technical Education scholars, Summer 2023 has been a “hot” one. In all, four teams from our high schools represented in national/international events.

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  •  A group of D60 staff members at the American School Counselor Association national conference

    D60 STAFFERS PART OF NATIONAL CONFERENCE

    A total of 17 D60 staffers are taking part in the American School Counselor Association national conference in Atlanta.

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  •  A group of students hold their tassels as they turn them at graduation

    SCHOLARS PERSEVERE TO EARN DIPLOMAS

    Representing South, Central, Centennial, East and Dutch Clark Digital at Paragon, 26 seniors who completed the requirements for graduation through Summer School studies received their diplomas Thursday evening.

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  •  Central's cheer team at nationals

    CENTRAL DANCE TEAM SHINES IN NDA ELITE DANCE CAMP

    Natasha Abeyta, one of the team captains, earned All American status, which entitles her to attend and participate in one of five international events, including the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade, London New Year’s Parade, and the Citrus Bowl.

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  •  Cast members rehearse for the Summer Musical

    63RD SUMMER MUSICAL BRINGS ‘LITTLE MERMAID’ TO STAGE

    Under the direction of longtime music educator and South alumnus Todd Albrecht, a cast of nearly 50 will present Disney’s popular “The Little Mermaid” in this year’s Pueblo Summer Musical. The presentation will hit the Arts Center stage at 2 p.m. July 15-16 and at 7 p.m. July 17-20

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  •  Tommy Farrell

    BOARD PRESIDENT, DISTRICT ALUMNI HONORED BY LATINO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

    As a District, we continually celebrate the life accomplishments of those we had the honor of educating, especially those who elected to remain in Pueblo to serve its residents through their chosen profession. Each year, the Pueblo Latino Chamber of Commerce honors emerging leaders through its 40 under 40 awards ceremony. The event is designed to “elevate the profiles of our up-and-coming leaders and highlight the amazing, professional talent we have in our Pueblo community.”

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  •  Sophia Markuson DiPrince

    ALUMNI ROLL CALL SOPHIA MARKUSON DIPRINCE’S TIME AT CENTRAL PAVES WAY FOR FUTURE

    A 2019 graduate of Central, Sophia Markuson DiPrince recently earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Santa Clara University. Sophia credits her time as a Wildcat with preparing her for success in college and beyond.

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