SUMMER SOFTBALL PRACTICE

SUMMER SOFTBALL OPEN PRACTICES CHANGE OF SCHEDULE

DUE TO CSU-P SUMMER TEAM CAMP, THE SPARKLER TOURNAMENT, AND THE 4TH OF JULY, SUMMER OPEN PRACTICES WILL BEGIN JULY 11TH. TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS FROM 9 AM UNTIL 11AM.

QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL COACH MAC @ 719-423-9832

Watch the Class of 2017 Graduate – LIVE STREAM

Pueblo County High School and Other Viewers –

Our broadcast team, StingTV, will be broadcasting the graduation of the class of 2017. The live stream will start on Saturday, May 27th, 2017 at 8:15am. Once the live stream and ceremony is finished, can watch the ceremony as a “Video On Demand” for no cost. Click the link below to go to the NFHS Network page for this event, or watch the stream below.

NFHS Network Link:
http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/pueblo-county-high-school-pueblo-co/1a93ab5875

Attention staff and students

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Under current Colorado law, school officials are not allowed to administer medication of any kind.  This includes over the counter medications as well.  Parents have three options in arranging for their child to receive medication while at school.

  1. Obtain a district medication form (available at the link below) from the school office prior to visiting your doctor and have him/her complete the form indicating the drug, dose, time to be taken, and have them sign it.  After affixing your signature please return the form and medication to the school office.  Parents must handle all medications and its transportation both to and from school.  The medication must be in its original container with the prescription attached.  Authorized school officials will lock the medicine up and sign off as the student takes his/her medication.
  2. You may come to school and administer the medication to your child.
  3. You may discuss with your doctor an alternate schedule so that the medication may be administered outside of school hours.

NOTE: Please do not send ANY medications to school with your child (including over-the-counter allergy meds, Tylenol, aspirin, cough drops).

Authorization to Administer Medication at School