Pueblo Students Participate At State FEA Conference

On April 1, 2010, seven Pueblo students participated in the State FEA Conference at Arizona State University: Karen Cheang, Ruth Colores, Karina Lopez, Anabel Martinez, Maria Ramirez, Carlos Spurgeon & Yaritza Villa.

Carlos Spurgeon and Yaritza Villa received certificates of event participation for their entry to the Multi-Media Scrapbook event.

Karina Lopez & Raul Larios received certificates of event participation for their entry to the FEA PSA event.

Pueblo’s FEA chapter received a Bronze Award for Chapter Program of Work for its participation in FEA events throughout the year.

Pueblo Future Educators of Arizona club members

Pueblo’s FEA chapter thanks Maria Bicknell (CTE Chair), Ms. Shapiro and Brian Ortega of Warrior Media, Mr. Robertson, Pueblo’s Administration Team, and TUSD CTE Central staff for their assistance and guidance this year.

Hector Daniel Villa Awarded A Scholarship

Hector Daniel Villa, a senior of the class of 2010, was awarded with a prestigious scholarship from the AZ Latino Caucus Foundation. Daniel was presented with the $500 scholarship in a ceremony by Governor Jan Brewer at the State Capital Building on March 31st.

Daniel with some Arizona Representatives

After the ceremony, he was given a personal tour of the State Capitol building by Representative Cajero.

Arizona State Representative Olivia Cajero Bedford has designated Pueblo as one of 11 schools in the state to receive this scholarship and Daniel is the first student from Pueblo to be nominated.

Congratulations to Hector & his family. Thank you for representing Pueblo.

Pueblo Student Is Champion Of The Homeless

Alvaro Oquita, a sophomore and a member of the National Honor Society volunteers every Sunday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Casa Maria Soup Kitchen on 3rd Av. and 26th.

His work feeds about 300 homeless people.  The supervisors marvel at his work ethic, dependability, and initiative.

Alvaro Oquin Preparing Food

Alvaro said, “it’s a very rewarding feeling to serve the community this way.” He encourages anyone willing to volunteer to talk to him or contact Casa Maria for more information.

(Via Saul Ostroff)