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  •  Shon Hocker and Barbara Kimzey

    D60 BOARD OF EDUCATION TO CONDUCT FINAL SUPERINTENDENT INTERVIEWS

    Two finalists for the position of District 60 Superintendent will be interviewed by the Board of Education during a special school board meeting on Wednesday, April 24, 2024. The public is invited to attend the board meeting, which will also be livestreamed.

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  •  Central's JROTC Rader Team

    SOUTH HOSTS JROTC RAIDER CHALLENGE

    The Inaugural JROTC Paul Tsuyama Memorial Raider Challenge at South High School saw Raider teams from Central, South, County and Fountain-Fort Carson navigate a series of challenges, include rope bridge, gauntlet, cross-country rescue, 5K run, and the physical readiness course.

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  •  Students from D60's four traditional high school hold awards from the Pueblo Masons

    HIGH-ACHIEVING JUNIORS HONORED

    The annual Achievement Awards Program sponsored by the Pueblo Masonic Public Schools Committee saw high-achieving juniors, along with their parents and school principals, recognized for outstanding academic and civic achievement.

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  •  Columbian Elementary t-shirts and hoodies folded on kindergarten desks

    KINDERGARTEN SHOWCASES UNDERWAY

    Columbian Elementary kicked off the slate of D60 Kindergarten Showcases by revealing all the benefits that come with being a Kindergarten ThunderBolt.

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  •  City Councilman President Mark Aliff and Principal Jimmie Pool

    ARBOR DAY CELEBRATED AT COLUMBIAN

    As Pueblo has been a "Tree City" for more than 40 years, Pueblo Parks and Recreation hosted an Arbor Day celebration at Columbian Elementary School that saw pine trees awarded to the winners of a coloring contest and the planting of a ceremonial tree on the school grounds.

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    BOARD APPROVES THE CLOSURE OF RONCALLI STEM ACADEMY AT END OF THE YEAR

    Due to a significant issue with the school’s heating and air conditioning system, the D60 Board of Education on Thursday voted 3-2 that Roncalli STEM Academy be closed at the end of the current school year.  The dissenting votes were cast by Vice President Kathy DeNiro and board member Brian Cisneros.

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  •  The Central Wildcat JROTC Raider Team running

    WILDCAT JROTC RAIDERS TOP 10 IN TEXAS CHALLENGE

    In a competitive field of 50 teams from Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma and New Mexico, Central finished in 10th place. “The Raiders performed well and overcame adversity with poise and confidence,” said Central JROTC instructor Thomas Scales.

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  •  Jayla Hall

    WILDCAT SPEECH WRITER ADVANCES TO STATE

    Jayla placed first in the Pueblo Charter Lions Club local contest to earn the right to advance. For placing first at the District-level contest, Jayla earned $300, and now has the opportunity to earn further honors at state.

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  •  Willard Wilton stands next to his science project

    DISTRICT WELL REPRESENTED AT STATE SCIENCE/ENGINEERING FAIR

    With scholars from Central, South, Corwin and Risley representing the District at the 2024 Colorado Science and Engineering Fair at Colorado State University, several earned awards for their presentations.

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  •  South's SkillsUSA team holds up their placement medals

    SOUTH CTE SCHOLARS EARN STATE RECOGNITION

    SkillsUSA Colorado is a state affiliate of SkillsUSA, a nationally recognized Career and Technical Student Organization: a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.

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  •  Elementary students setting on risers smile as they look up to their teacher

    EAST HIGH SCHOOL'S PEE-WEE CONCERT

    The future of D60 vocal performers was revealed Saturday, as East vocal music instructor Andrew Watson joined elementary music teachers in staging the second Pee-Wee Concert.

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  •  A woman in a red shirt speaks with three staff members for an interview

    WELCOMING NEW MEMBERS TO THE FAMILY

    A number of applicants interviewed for open positions, and in some instances, were offered employment on the spot!

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    COMMUNITY INVITED TO MEET SUPERINTENDENT CANDIDATES

    As the D60 Board of Education continues to narrow down the best candidates to lead our school District moving forward, three finalists will be invited to spend a day in the District to learn more about the position and our community. 

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  •  Eight catchers representing all local high schools pose for a photo at Hobbs Field

    DISTRICT BASEBALL ATHLETES HELP WELCOME IN THE ‘NEW’ HOBBS FIELD

    A fixture of the local baseball community since 1938, and host of an exhibition game featuring the Yankee great George Herman Ruth, the new-look Hobbs Field was formally welcomed into the community Tuesday evening.

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  •  A group of attendees at Centennial's Cultural Fair smile for the camera

    CENTENNIAL WORLD LANGUAGE STUDENTS HOSTS FESTIVE FEAST

    Presented by the Centennial World Language Department Monday’s World Language Cultural Fair transformed the commons area of Centennial High School into an eye-catching and savory cornucopia of delicious dishes from Italy, Germany, and Spanish-speaking countries across the globe.

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  •  Two female students stand in front of a FCCLA banner while holding their awards

    EAGLES SOAR IN STATE FCCLA COMPETITION: 13 QUALIFY FOR NATIONALS

    The Colorado Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) program at East continues its successful run, with another stellar showing at the FCCLA State Leadership Conference at the Sheraton Downtown Denver.

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  •  Several evening gowns hanging on a rack at the Catique

    PROM SEASON IS HERE, AND THE CATIQUE IS READY!

    The Catique, which is staffed by Girls Cabinet and overseen by Shirley Arriaga, is filled with new and like-new formal wear and accessories, for both girls and boys. On the racks can be found evening wear, cocktail and tea dresses, and for boys, suits, slacks, dress shirts and other apparel.

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  •  Timothy Aguilar wearing a tuxedo holding his clarinet

    BULLDOG CLARINETIST ONCE AGAIN ALL STATE

    Through audition, Centennial High School senior clarinetist Timothy Aguilar once again earned a spot in the prestigious Colorado All State Band. This year, Timothy placed fifth chair, performing with the best musicians in the state at the Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley.

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  •  A young student wearing a yellow shirt and special glasses holds her face as she observes a eclipse

    ALL EYES ON THE SKIES!

    Today's rare celestial event attracted a host of sky watchers throughout the District. At Morton, a Donor's Choice endowment facilitated by fifth grade Science teacher Jenn Martinez provided special viewing glasses for all Lil Bulldogs and staff.

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  • Six D60 staff members wave to the crowd on the scoreboard screen at a Rockies game

    DISTRICT AND ITS SCHOLARS CELEBRATED AT COORS FIELD

    Prior to the first pitch of Sunday’s Colorado vs. Tampa Bay matchup at Coors Field, Pueblo School District 60 and its scholars were lauded by the Rockies organization and the gallery in attendance.

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