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Pueblo School District 60

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Pueblo School District 60
District 60 Administration Building.JPG
Administration building entrance area
315 West 11th Street
, Colorado, 81003
United States
Coordinates38°16′39″N 104°36′40″W / 38.27750°N 104.61111°W / 38.27750; -104.61111
District information
EstablishedMarch 4, 1946 (76 years ago) (1946-03-04)[1]
SuperintendentCharlotte Macaluso, M.A.
Asst. superintendent(s)Suzane Morey, Eric DeCesaro
Business administratorDavid Horner, CFO
School board5 members, elected at large, alternating four-year terms
Chair of the boardMargaret B. Wright
Governing agencyColorado Department of Education
SchoolsElementary 17, Middle 4, High 4, Alternative/online high school 1, International Baccalaureate magnet 2, Charter 2
Budget$595,724,512 (2021-2022)
NCES District ID0806120[2]
District IDCO-51010
Students and staff
Students15,219 (2020–2021)[2]
Faculty920.92 (FTE)[2]
Staff1,045.37 (FTE)[2]
Student–teacher ratio16.53:1[2]
Other information

Pueblo School District 60 (D60), formerly Pueblo City Schools,[3] is a school district serving Pueblo, Colorado. Its headquarters, the Administrative Services Center, are in Pueblo.[4]


It was formed on March 4, 1946, with the consolidation of Pueblo School District 1 and Pueblo School District 20 to form Pueblo School District 60. It was known as Pueblo City Schools from 2006 until it reverted to its original name in August 2019.[3]


High schools

K-8 schools

  • Goodnight School

4-8 schools

Middle schools

  • Heaton Middle School
  • Pueblo Academy of Arts
  • Risley International Academy of Innovation
  • Roncalli STEM Academy

Elementary schools


  • Baca Elementary School
  • Belmont Elementary School
  • Bessemer Academy School
  • Beulah Heights Elementary School
  • Bradford Elementary School
  • Carlile Elementary School
  • Columbian Elementary School
  • Franklin Elementary School
  • Haaff Elementary School
  • Heritage Elementary School
  • Highland Park Elementary School
  • Irving Elementary School
  • Minnequa Elementary School
  • Morton Elementary School
  • Park View Elementary School
  • South Park Elementary School
  • Sunset Park Elementary School


  • Fountain International Magnet School (K-3)

Charter schools

Other facilities

The Orman-Adams Mansion, now a private residence, was used by the school district from 1952 until 1979; the district used it for office space.[5]


  1. ^ "About Pueblo City Schools". Pueblo School District 20. Retrieved 2022-03-21.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Search for Public School Districts – District Detail for Pueblo School District No. 60 in the county of Pueblo and". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved 2022-03-21.
  3. ^ a b "Home." Pueblo City Schools. Retrieved on July 2, 2017.
  4. ^ "[1]." Pueblo City Schools. Retrieved on August 27, 2016.
  5. ^ Simms, Charlene Garcia, Maria Sanchez Tucker, Jeffrey DeHerrera, and the Pueblo City-County Library. Pueblo. Arcadia Publishing, January 16, 2017. ISBN 1439659125, 9781439659120. Google Books PT120

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