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  • Information Regarding D60 Nutrition Services

    D60 is currently in the process of exploring options for an external management provider for our nutritional services department. This process, which is only in the preliminary stages, has NO impact on lunch eligibility. Read more here.

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  • Pueblo-Based Firms to Play Important Role in Building of New East, Centennial

    80 percent of the Pueblo contractors who submitted bids are going to be part of the team: specifically on some of the major trades like electrical, mechanical, earthwork, glazing, and metal paneling.

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  • District Adds Distance Learning Technician to Assist Remote Learners

    “It’s my goal to support parents who are helping to support their children engaged in online learning,” Sarah Rounsborg said. “We want to meet the needs of families before it gets to the point of them needing to call IT.”

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  • Groundbreaking for New East and Centennial Slated for Late March

    “This is such an incredible thing not only for our district but the entire community,” noted Board President Taylor Voss. “Our kids really do deserve the best, state-of-the-art schools. And I couldn’t be more excited that we are going to have these two high schools in our community.”

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  • D60 Volunteers Brave Elements to Move Community Forward

    Through a partnership with the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment, and with support from state health department contractors, local first responders and a rotating team of non-medical volunteers, the district as a whole took a major step forward to the return of full in-person instruction.

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  • District Educators, Staff, Grateful for Vaccination Opportunity Through Cllinic

    Saturday, nearly a year after the unexpected and unwanted arrival of COVID-19 forced the closure of schools, Pueblo School District 60 educators, administrators and support staff took a major, and long-anticipated step, toward a return to full in-person instruction.

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  • D60 Rolls Out New Mobile App

    This mobile app offers D60 students, families and stakeholders the most effective and easy-to-use tool to gain immediate access to all that’s going on in the district and its network of more than 30 schools. It brings all the informational power of our website, social media feeds and important alerts and notices to one convenient and easy-to-navigate location.

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  • Big-Hearted High Schoolers Sweeten Valentine's Day for Younger Colleagues

    This week, Pueblo School District 60 high schoolers who comprise the Pueblo Youth Food Council – also known as Pueblo Fooducates – assembled 500 fresh fruit baskets earmarked for district colleagues at Minnequa and Park View elementary schools, and well as other schools in the county.

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  • South's William Highfill Named a Boettcher Finalist

    South High School’s William Highfill is one step closer to becoming a Boettcher Scholar. William is now a finalist in the competition for a Boettcher award. He joins about 100 other high-achieving, community-minded scholars from throughout the state vying for the endowment.

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  • Coach Shannan Lane has South Colts Galloping

    To those familiar with Coach Lane’s love and knowledge of the game, the Colts’ fiery 6-0 start comes as no surprise. Coach Lane is the confident but never overbearing leader who guides with a subdued, self-assured style that has earned her the respect of her athletes.

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  • South Students Learning How to find out "Who Done It"

    At South High School, the burgeoning Criminal Justice program, one of the school’s Career and Technical Education pathways, is exposing Colts to the extensive opportunities available in the field, including the application of science and physics, intuition and deduction in solving crimes.

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  • South's Counseling Team in the Business of Supporting and Saving Lives

    “The fact that we touch so many lives is the most rewarding thing for me,” added Ms. Falletta, with Ms. Juno noting, “Seeing students walk in the door on Day One and then walk across the stage and graduate is my reward. And then seeing what comes next for them: the scholarships they earned, the colleges they got into, the jobs they have.”

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  • D60 Teachers, Staff Ready to be Vaccinated

    “This special clinic demonstrates the solid collaborative partnership District 60 has with the health department,” said D60 Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso. “And the fact that so many of our staff have already signed up to receive the vaccination shows their commitment to a return to full in-person learning in a truly safe and healthy environment.”

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  • University Tracks Center Continues to Keep Seniors College Minded

    Established inside East High School more than two years ago, the D60 University Tracks Center’s mission is to make the sometimes difficult-to-navigate path to college and scholarships less intimidating. Although CSUP is a focus of the center, students who want to attend any college can find the support needed to ease the transition, and potentially, make it more affordable through the receipt of scholarships and financial aid.

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