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  • DISTRICT SEEKING QUALIFIED VOLUNTEERS TO SERVE ON CBAC

    As part of the District's pledge to be transparent with respect to the bond issue, a Citizens’ Bond Advisory Committee was formed as an advisory entity to the D60 Board of Education. It’s the committee’s duty to ensure that the taxpayer-approved bond funds are spent in the manner for which they were designated.

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  • BOARD OF EDUCATION ISSUES AFFIRMING EVALUATION OF SUPERINTENDENT MACALUSO

    In her fifth year at the helm of Pueblo School District 60, Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso continues to be a “strong and effective leader, who is diligent, intentional, and strategic. She continues to exhibit strong written and verbal communication skills, is willing to constructively and cooperatively solve problems, and always keeps a focus on what is best for kids.”

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  • AMI THE BLACK POODLE A STAR OF RED RIBBON WEEK

    At a South Park Elementary School where red was the dominant color, School Resource Officer Monica Lemmon spent a portion of Tuesday morning imparting to the Cougars the notable benefits that come when a person is free of drugs, alcohol and cigarettes.

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  • FOUNTAIN SECOND GRADERS STEP INTO THE SHOES, AND CLOTHING, OF IMMIGRANTS

    To give Fountain International Magnet School second graders a real life look at what it was like to leave one’s home country for a new start in America and the challenges that accompanied it, an Ellis Island Simulation was staged.

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  • NEW FRANKLIN, SUNSET PARK AND K-8 EXPEDITIONARY SCHOOL FOCUS OF VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

    And at 6 p.m. Wednesday, a virtual town hall will allow stakeholders an inside look at the features and amenities of this trio of state-of-the-art facilities and offer the opportunity to question the facilitators in real time.

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  • BATTLE FOR THE CANNON ENTERS 45TH YEAR

    In this cross-town battle, the South Colts and East Eagles square off for the right to host, for a year, a ceremonial Cannon. This striking armament is painted in the victor’s school colors and, during home contests at Dutch Clark Stadium, fired off every time the holding team finds the endzone.

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  • OUTSTANDING DISTRICT TEACHERS, SUPPORT STAFF HONORED

    On Tuesday, representatives of the Colorado Teacher of the Year Program, together with District leadership and community members, honored not only the 2020-2021 award recipients but those honored in 2020 who were unable to be acknowledged in a public reception due to the pandemic.

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  • DISTRICT SCHOLARS PROVE THAT READING PAYS OFF IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE

    With financial support from the City and County, the Pueblo City-Country Library District’s “Reading Pays!” program promised $100 to every youngster up to the age of 17 who completed at least 10 books. In District 60, a total of 1,067 scholars successfully took up the challenge, resulting in a well earned windfall of $106,700.

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  • SOUTH HIGH NOW HOME TO UNIVERSITY TRACKS CENTER

    Under the direction of Lacey Clemmensen, the Center serves as an on-site admissions office to CSU Pueblo and a valuable clearinghouse of information and assistance related to the college experience, including direction in filling out applications for college entrance, scholarships and financial aid, as examples.

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  • TEACH FOR AMERICA CORPS MEMBER SPOTLIGHT - KATIE KELLY

    “I chose education because I wanted to form deep and meaningful relationships in my work. I wanted the ability to encourage growth and cultivate passion around education and all of the life experiences that it can provide us. I have such a deep conviction about the importance of literacy, specifically, and its ability to connect an individual to society at large."

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  • BELL GAME IS ABOUT THE PEOPLE

    The annual Bell Game is about the on-field rivalry, to be sure, but the social and communal element that characterizes this historic pairing is one of its most anticipated offerings Although the Central and Centennial communities offer undying support to the Wildcats and Bulldogs, respectively, at the end of the day, and game, the Bell Game is about Pueblo as a community and the ability of citizens to gather together to share in the pageantry and tradition of a football game in its 121st year.

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  • BELL WILL REMAIN RINGING BLUE

    Before a Dutch Clark Stadium filled to capacity on the Blue side, and to near capacity on the opposite Red-filled bleachers, the Wildcats outran and outdistanced the Bulldogs of Centennial 42-0 to claim their 59th overall Bell Game victory.

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  • TEACH FOR AMERICA CORPS MEMBER SPOTLIGHT - WHITNEY LAWSON

    “Growing up in a rural Oklahoma town, I knew education was a pathway to a better life. Throughout middle and high school, I was privileged to have teachers who encouraged me to develop my writing and apply for college scholarships. Without those educators, my life today might look quite different. I know, firsthand, just how influential a supportive teacher can be in a student's life."

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  • SUNSET PARK STUDENTS START THE DAY WITH A REFRESHING WALK

    For at least a decade, Sunset Park has participated in National Walk to School Day. Every year on October 6, students across the nation take advantage of a supervised trek to school, enjoying the health and environmental benefits that come with walking or bicycling to school.

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