Due to the many unknowns of this school year, the yearbook staff is asking all students to submit a headshot to be used in the yearbook

Please adhere to the following:
  • Use a PLAIN background (preferably gray, light blue, or white)
  • Capture from about two inches below your collarbone and leave about 2 inches above your head
  • Use natural lighting (in a room with a window)
  • Use portrait orientation (vertical)
  • Show us that beautiful smile!
  • Photos must be school appropriate.
Photos are due November 30
Please upload here: 
This is the user ID 415466750.


posted Nov 10, 2020, 9:44 AM by Pamela Hough   [ updated Nov 16, 2020, 12:18 PM ]

Pueblo School District 60 will transition all High Schools to Distance Learning effective Wednesday, November 11, 2020.  In addition, we will transition all PreK-8 grade students to Distance Learning effective Monday, November 30, 2020, following Thanksgiving Break.
This is necessary due to the extremely high incidence of COVID-19 transmission in our community.  Although our schools have done a stellar job in implementing health and safety processes which have been effective in containing and minimizing the spread of COVID-19, surging infection rates from the community continue to negatively impact our schools.  With more and more student cohorts and staff needing to quarantine, this places significant strain on our system.   We are unable to provide the necessary coverage to continue to operate our schools and provide in-person instruction. 
We anticipate the shift to Distance Learning will be in effect at least through the end of the 1st semester which will carry us into 2021.  We understand the hardship and inconvenience this presents to our families.  D60 has been proactive in providing a technology device to every student, and our teachers and other staff are better prepared than ever to deliver quality instruction during distance learning.  We will continue to serve our students and our community to the best of our ability. 


  • Teacher will take attendance in 'live' classes. Students must stay in the class. Checking in, and then leaving the live session is just like leaving class, and you will be counted absent.
  • Students doing Asynchronous work will no longer take their own attendance.  
  • Parents must still call to excuse their students, otherwise absences will be counted 'unexcused' as they normally are. Students may not call themselves out.
  • If you log in late to live class, you will be counted as 'tardy' just like you normally would.
  • Students that need help, have questions or need more support to improve their grades should use those Asynchronous times to contact teachers for that support. Teachers have made time to be available to you, please check with your teachers to find out how to take advantage of this resource.
  • If you have any questions, please call the main office 549-7335.


posted Oct 19, 2020, 3:13 PM by Pamela Hough   [ updated Oct 19, 2020, 3:14 PM ]

Virtual Students wishing to order their lunch/breakfast please follow these steps to register. 
(download the form below) 


posted Oct 19, 2020, 11:17 AM by Pamela Hough

The bell schedule for 2020-2021 will remain the same as in previous years - with the exception of Breakfast which will not be brought to classrooms due to our COVID restrictions.  Your 2nd hour teacher will give you more information regarding breakfast.


posted Sep 23, 2020, 10:00 AM by Pamela Hough

Submit your Yearbook picture to

Lost & Found

posted Aug 29, 2017, 2:26 PM by Pamela Hough   [ updated Jan 29, 2019, 11:02 AM ]

Don't forget to check the Lost & Found bin in the main office if you're missing something.  It's always over-flowing with lost jackets, coats, backpacks, cases, etc. Any items that are unclaimed are donated at the end of the semester.

REMIND is here!

posted Aug 6, 2014, 11:44 AM by Pamela Hough   [ updated Sep 29, 2020, 7:21 AM ]

Sign up for 'Remind' and receive a text message right on your phone for announcements, emergencies, snow days, scholarship deadlines, etc.
Select a group from the list below and text that code to the number.  You'll receive a confirmation text to finish your registration in that group.  It only takes a minute. Students and parents can both sign up.  It's a safe, secure, text messaging system for teachers and administrators to communicate with their students and parents.

Text the assigned code, from your cell phone, to the number below, to sign up to receive text messages for your group:

Class of 2021  -      text the code:     @999dfa             to 81010 (or 719-347-1927)
Class of 2022  -     text the code:    @kh89fb            to 81010 (or 719-347-1927)
Class of 2023  -     text the code:    @2923e7          to 81010 (or 719-347-1927)
Class of 2024-       text the code:    @b94de4             to 81010 (or 719-347-1927)

Ambassadors  -     text the code:    @dogsbull         to 81010 (or 719-347-1927)
Scholarship Info - text the code:    @j22j                to 81010 ( or 719-347-1927)


You can unsubscribe at any time, by replying "unsubscribe@yourgroupsname" 

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