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  •  Central's Knowledge Bowl Teams

    CENTRAL KNOWLEDGE BOWL TEAMS FINISH STRONG

    Knowledge Bowl is a quiz-like competition that challenges participants to answer questions, in written and oral format, in the areas of math, science, history, geography, literature and grammar. Central boasts two Knowledge Bowl teams, a varsity and sub-varsity.

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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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  •  Coach Jim Ranson

    CENTRAL WILDCAT HOOP ALUMNI HONOR FAMED COACH

    In the tournament that bears his name, Pueblo sports legend Jim Ranson was honored by Central Coach Bob Tyler and his Wildcats, and alumni basketball players from all eras who proudly wore the blue. At the halftime of the final contest of the Jim Ranson Classic, alumni basketball players, those living and those who have passed on, were recognized for their commitment to Central basketball.

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