- published: 08 Mar 2017
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Language immersion might sound like moving to a foreign country as an adult, but the language immersion program at Pueblo Elementary School is something quite different. Cronkite News reporter Analise Ortiz has more on this Scottsdale school's program. http://susd.pueblo.schoolfusion.us/modules/cms/pages.phtml?pageid=46589&sessionid=71141ba7673aafb6a8d560d6d165fad8&sessionid=71141ba7673aafb6a8d560d6d165fad8
Espero les guste, mi nombre en el juego es GaticoLightNear
Kyrene Del Pueblo LEADERSHIP CLASSES invited various residential senior care facilities to school on Sept. 23rd to go for a walk, take a tour, have breakfast, enjoy entertainment, and best of all, trade stories and inspire one another! To LEAD is to SERVE!
Espero ke le haya gustado:D
The condition of an underpass in Pueblo, which is a walkway for students on their way to school, has parents upset.
Growing up on the Santo Domingo pueblo of New Mexico, JoVonna Rosetta found few career opportunities that would allow her to give back to her people in a meaningful way. When she found out about Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) and its Vision Care Technology program, which offers Native students a practical secondary education geared towards vision care and optometry, JoVonna took a chance and applied. JoVonna was accepted into SIPI's program and quickly became a star student, being honored with the American Indian College Fund's 'Student Of The Year' award. After graduating and passing the American Board of Opticianry exams with funding from Seva, JoVonna is currently a Vision Science student in San Antonio, Texas, where she is pursuing her dream of becoming an optomet...
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Pueblo school prepares for possible threats and safety of students
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