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Reminder to parents/guardians

Decisions made concerning delayed starts and school closures due to weather are made only after careful consideration of all factors and after receiving feedback from numerous weather, transportation and safety sources.  Such decisions are always made with the safety of students and staff being of the highest priority.  However, as parents and guardians of your children, you ultimately have the final decision as to what is best for their safety.  The option to keep children home when weather conditions are extreme is always at the parents' discretion and schools understand and respect those decisionsWhile students will be excused from school, it will be their responsibility to make-up any and all work missed during their weather-related absences.

Thank you,

Dr. Constance Jones, Superintendent
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HOW DO I FIND ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT:

New Enrollments
should go to their
  neighborhood school
based on home address.

School Choice
questions – 549-7696.

School Uniforms
questions should be
directed to
the school.

Magnet Schools
questions – 423-3050.

Pre-Kindergarten
questions – 253-6016.

 Records Requests:
  253-6028.

Special Education
Records Requests
:
253-6025

District News/Announcements

  • March Planetarium Program The Christa McAuliffe Planetarium will present “Violent Universe” on March 17, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.This program explores the forces that hold the ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2015, 6:30 AM by Renee Hahn
  • 2014-15 Athletic Booster Passes Pueblo City Schools 2014-15 athletic booster passes are available for purchase at any high school, middle school or the athletic office in the Administrative Services Center at 315 W ...
    Posted Dec 1, 2014, 10:16 AM by Renee Hahn
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Press Releases

  • Minnequa Elementary Students treated to "McFarland, USA" Kids see movie and get the message thanks to the Pueblo Poverty FoundationPUEBLO, CO – Students from Minnequa Elementary School were recently treated to an after-school movie by the ...
    Posted Mar 13, 2015, 10:35 AM by Renee Hahn
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