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Communications Office


The Communications Office is responsible for communications advice, counsel, training and planning, media relations, external, internal, and crisis communications, special events, speech writing, the district website,video production, graphics, and printing. The Communications Office aligns all projects with the district's Strategic Plan, seeking to find the most cost-efficient way to communicate to a multitude of the public.

For the news media, the Communications Office is your primary source for all inquiries and support. We prepare and distribute news releases and media advisories, research and respond to your queries, set-up interviews and as applicable, act as organizational spokespersons. Our objective is to support you and your organization's news needs with the intent of receiving fair, objective and factual coverage of Pueblo City Schools. We appreciate your support and cooperation in initially working through this department.

During regular work hours (Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) please call (719) 549-7178.

Dalton Sprouse
Communications Director
email: dalton.sprouse@pueblocityschools.us

Donny Ruybal
Supervisor of Digital Communications
email: donny.ruybal@pueblocityschools.us

Anthony Sandstrom
Communications and Social Media Manager
email: anthony.sandstrom@pueblocityschools.us

Newsroom

  • #AEW2019: Teacher Appreciation South High School's Kathy Thomson, a 51-year teaching vetand a previous Teacher of the Year recipientTeachers are the motors that make schools run. They do the ...
    Posted Nov 21, 2019, 2:17 PM by Anthony Sandstrom
  • #AEW 2019: Education Support Professionals Day South High School's Betty Gomez, one of only two educational support professionals in District 60 with over 40 years of serviceAs part of American Education Week 2019, Wed ...
    Posted Nov 20, 2019, 3:41 PM by Anthony Sandstrom
  • #BuildD60: Facilities Master Plan documents Learn more about the background 2019 Ballot Question 4A, and the Facilities Master Plan that led to the Board of Education seeking a $218 million bond.Educational Facilities Assessment and ...
    Posted Nov 19, 2019, 10:45 AM by Anthony Sandstrom
  • #BuildD60: Full text of 2019 Ballot Question 4A At a special meeting held on July 30, 2019, the Board of Education unanimously decided to ask Pueblo School District 60 voters if they will approve a $218.25 million ...
    Posted Nov 19, 2019, 10:42 AM by Anthony Sandstrom
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