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Warren Carere

Service Award inductee, Warren Carere was one of the initial cadre of teachers who opened East High School in the fall of 1959. Not only did he teach at the newly constructed high school, but he also coached tennis and golf. After seven years in these postions, he was appointed to the position of Activities Director. He served in this capacity for two years and then was reassigned to Central High School and Centennial High School as principal.

Upon his retirement from Pueblo School District No. 60, he successfully ran for the district's Board of Education. He also completed ten years of service in the Pueblo County Sheriff's Department as Director of the Detention Bureau.

After his retirement from the Sheriff's Department, Carere was called back to his original District 60 school, the one he felt closest to - East High School, where he served on the school's Site-Based Committee for six years and was President for three of those years.

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