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  • Principal: Jimmie Pool

    Secretary: Janine Dodge

    Grades: PreK - 5

    Hours: 7:45 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. Monday - Thursday

    Preschool: 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.  Monday - Thursday 

     

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  • D60 BOARD MOVES FOR THE EMERGENCY CLOSURE OF CARLILE

    The impending complete failure of Carlile Elementary School’s antiquated Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems, and severe damage to the building’s tile roof, has necessitated emergency closure of the school. The recommendation to close the building due to safety concerns was made by Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso, and unanimously approved by the District 60 Board of Education during a Special Meeting Thursday.

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  • RAY AGUILERA’S LEGACY LIVES ON THROUGH VOCABULARY CHALLENGE

    For years, Mr. Aguilera and his Pueblo Poverty Foundation sponsored an end-of-year “Vocabulary Challenge” that rewarded those students who learned the most new words. Mr. Aguilera passed away before the results of this year’s Challenge could be revealed. Prior to his passing, however, he prepared a host of “Fun in the Sun” gift bags earmarked for those scholars who best padded their vocabularies throughout the year.

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  • Work Hard, Be Kind, Be Present: Principal Jimmie Pool's Motto has Served Him Well

    The essence of a “people person,” Principal Pool is excitedly looking forward to a return to fully in-person instruction. “We miss our kids and want all our kids here,” he said. “That way, we can fill those gaps and continue to grow forward social-emotionally and also academically.” Although the field of education is not without challenges, Principal Pool said they pale in comparison to the rewards of the profession.

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  • Kim Butler is the Anchor of Carlile's All-Star Team

    Whether spending time one-on-one with children to build relationships or working with a handful in small groups, it’s the paraprofessionals who serve as the much-needed and beloved “glue” that holds the team together. “What they bring to our school is a whole lot of love, structure and support,” Carlile Principal Jimmie Pool said of the paraprofessionals. “They are here for the right reasons, because it’s hard work, and a lot of our kiddos need that extra support. But they come to work every day with a smile.”

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