A BIG congratulations to our regional competitors who placed at the state History Day contest in Denver! 3 of our Southeastern Colorado students will go on to the national competition. Another student qualified as an alternate, and another won a regional award!
Pueblo West High School student Eric Sun won 2nd place with his senior paper, “Rights and Responsibilities: the Ludlow Massacre and the Colorado Industrial Plan.”
Connect Charter School student Katherine Meeks won 3rd place with her junior individual exhibit, “Downwind from Trinity: Responsibilities after Nuclear Testing.” Katherine is an alternate for the national contest.
Connect Charter School students Zachary Kwitek, Owen Massey, Riley McAndrews, and Neela Ropp won 2nd place with their junior group exhibit, “Bhopal: Corporation Neglects Human Rights.”
Pueblo West High School student Bryce Hill won 2nd place with his senior individual website, “Taking a Stand at Stonewall-The Homosexual Rights Movement Begins.”
Connect Charter School student Isaac Sloan was awarded the Southeast-Pueblo regional aware for his project, “The Price of Freedom: Rights Stripped Away During Apartheid in South Africa.”
Also, Pueblo West High School teacher Michelle Erickson won the award for Outstanding Teacher in Colorado!
Congratulations to our winners and all participants. To view all awards & winners, please click here.