The Academy of Manufacturing, Agriculture, and Construction at Pueblo County High School

 Pueblo County School District 70 and Pueblo County High School are proud to announce the launching of the Academy of Manufacturing, Agriculture, and Construction (AMAC) for the 2019-2020 school year. This academy is envisioned as a school-to-work program that provides students with pathways into careers that are in high demand within our community, as well as nationally. Understanding that we must prepare our students to be productive members of the skilled workforce, a main thrust of this program will be to develop close working partnerships with not only our area businesses and industries, but PEDCO and our higher learning institutions as well.​

Looking for that perfect job or extra cash??

Join our Nutritional Services Team
Motivated individuals needed for immediate employment and to grow into future leaders in our district.
Work while kids are in school, 4 days a week.
Off weekends, during school breaks, holidays and summer.

Valid driver’s license
Must pass a drug screen and background check.
Ability to lift 20-50 pounds
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to cashier is a plus.

General duties:
Food Prep, Cashiering, Kitchen Clean UP
Food Delivery Positions also available

CHSAA – New Transfer Rule (important)

New Ruling from CHSAA regarding athletic transfer effective June 1, 2018 

If you are planning on moving your student from his/her current school to another CHSAA-member school, and would like to be considered under the current summer transfer bylaw 1800.5, then all paperwork should be submitted to the receiving school by May 25, 2018.
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