PUEBLO — Pueblo School District 60 just got a boost in funding from AT&T.
The company gave the district $25,000 Tuesday for its Vision 2020 program.
The program is meant to help students get ready for life after high school.
"They need to advance their education. They also need to look for career opportunities. If higher education isn't what they are looking for, they still need to go on to a good job in the work force," said Henry Roman with the D60 Education Foundation.
In the immediate, the money will go toward helping about 80 students.