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USC announces new principal for Pueblo School for Arts and Sciences

Cheryl Gomez, Coordinator of Secondary Programs for Pueblo School District 70, has been named principal of the Pueblo School for Arts and Sciences, whose charter is held by the University of Southern Colorado. USC Provost Barbara Montgomery announced that Gomez would begin her duties Monday, Sept. 23.

Ms. Gomez brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the position, said Montgomery. We are very pleased that she has accepted our offer on a full-time basis.

Among her strengths, Gomez has expertise and experience in teacher evaluation, curriculum development, curriculum alignment, implementation of the Colorado Literacy Act at the Secondary Level, and the development of reading and writing state assessment frameworks.

The University of Southern Colorado and Pueblo School District 60 hold the charter for PSAS, whose mission is to prepare and deliver an integrated well balanced K-8 curriculum, anchored in the arts and in harmony with the sciences. Founded in 1993 on Mortimer Adlerís Paideia Principals, PSAS has a current enrollment of 358 students and depends on a strong community/school partnership.

Gomez is a USC graduate who has completed a K - 12 Principal License and Vocational Directors Credentials. She is currently pursuing a graduate degree in community college leadership at Colorado State University. She also has worked as a teacher and administrative intern for School District 60.

The University of Southern Colorado is a regional, comprehensive university emphasizing professional, career-oriented and applied programs. Displaying excellence in teaching, celebrating diversity, and engaging in service and outreach, USC is distinguished by access, opportunity and the overall quality of services provided to its students. In this context, the University takes pride in contributing to and supporting high quality K-8 educational options for Pueblo through its association with the Pueblo School for the Arts and Sciences.

 
 
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