Pueblo Palm Trees Get Pruned

TUSD Groundskeepers gave our campus palm trees a much needed pruning today. Our palm trees have grown past 40 feet, which require a big truck equipped with a high-reaching bucket lift to prune. This crew works together at all TUSD schools that require this service.

TUSD Grounds pruning palm trees

These palm trees have been around for quite some time. See if you can recognize them in the picture below taken in 1965.

The front of Pueblo in 1965

Thank you for beautifying our school!

Cesar Chavez Marcha 2010

Pueblo is proud to be the starting point of the annual Cesar E. Chavez March. The purpose of the  march is to celebrate the life and work of César E. Chávez, a life long leader for social justice.

Several of our students and teachers participated in this years march and prepared signs to display at the gathering that featured Dolores Huerta.

Pueblo students Cesar Chavez March

The march ends at Rodeo park, where supporters gather and listen to guest speakers on a mobile stage. For more information on this march and future ones visit www.azcesarchavezcoalition.com.

We uploaded a short video. See if you can spot some current and former Pueblo teachers.

(Via Jennifer Cardenas)

Winter Spirit Assembly 2010

Warriors gathered at the Winter Spirit Assembly to recognize Basketball, Soccer & others. Mariachi Aztlan started things off by playing the National Anthem.

Student & Employees of the Month were also announced by Mrs. Dienz and representatives of State Farm. A big thank you to them for their generosity.

Seniors Look On
Seniors look on at the basketball challenge.

Performance highlights included Ixora, Warrior Drumline and Spirit Woman. The 2010 Senior class was once again victorious of the Spirit Stick. That’s two in a row for them.

All classes were wearing different colors to represent different causes. Donation quantities were announced and Seniors donated the most to Cancer Research. Everyone wins in this activity. Way to go Warriors!

Seniors: Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Juniors: Yellow for Support The Troops

Sophomores: Baby Blue for Diabetes Awareness

Freshman: Orange for Leukemia Awareness

Sophomores in blue to support Leukemia Awareness

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