Pueblo Robotics Club Wins Tournament

Robotics Asylum Club
Robotics Asylum Club

The Pueblo High Robotics Club, know as Robotic Asylum, wins Arizona Vex Robotics Tournament at Sahuarita High School on Saturday, January 17, 2009. 

The team also won the Judges Award, given to a rookie team that overcame the most challenges to participate with professionalism. 

After 18 qualification round the team hung tough…being flipped over and parts falling off, we squeaked into the Final Rounds. 

Teamed with Continental Middle School (another rookie team) as the blue team, the challenge was huge to pull off a win against the other more experienced teams. 


Teamwork & strategy work very well in the final rounds for blue alliance. The Continental Middle School Colts quietly scored goals while the Pueblo K9 robot aggressively blocked & took away points while scoring.

When the dust settled from the nail biting finals, our team went undefeated!

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Biotechnology & Health Sciences Presentations

Great turn-out for the Biotechnology & Health Sciences Presentations.
Great turn-out for the presentations

On Wednesday Night, parents of students who are interested in Biotechnology or Health Sciences were invited to a parent night for presentations from some of Southern Arizona’s premier summer programs.

The speakers were from Biotechnology Laboratory for Arizona Students and Teachers (BLAST), KEYS Summer Research Program sponsored by BIO5, Med-Start, Pima Community College Biotechnology Summer Institute, and Summer Institute on Medical Ignorance.

See Dr. Lettes in Room 163 for more information.

MLK Service Project

MLK Service Project
MLK Service Project

Virgil Henderson, Harold Coleman, Martha Miranda and Saúl Ostroff participated in MLK Day activities with 18 Pueblo students.

United under the direction of the African American Culture Club we marched from the University of Arizona to Reid Park. Once at the park we were entertained, inspired, and educated on the non violent model of change that MLK modelled. From Reid Park we returned to Pueblo for a Service Project.

This year we remembered Lorraine Lee (1957 – 2007), Pueblo Graduate (1974), who spent her life following Dr. King’s lessons. Ms. Lee advocated for the young, the old, and those who needed housing, medical and basic services. Ms. Lee encourages us to work for change and we are a better Tucson for her work.

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Winter Formal 2009: A Night To Treasure

The Hotel Arizona was the place to be on Saturday Night if you are a Warrior. This years Winter Formal had a few twists and a lot of dancing. Warrior News started the night off with a fashion show. Look for it in its entirety  on the TV Show. Here’s a little sample:

“One Phat DJ” had the dance floor jammed packed as students danced to the latest hits. Royalty was announced around 10 p.m. and here are your winners:

Prince & Princess: Carlos Garcia & Bianca Martinez

King & Queen: Cameron Yslas & Lynnet Garcia

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Cristobal Santa Cruz Teacher Of The Year 2008

Walmart Stores Inc. made a surprise visit to recognize Cristobal Santa Cruz as Teacher of the Year for 2008 in Tucson. In the company of his family, colleagues, administration and third period class Chris accepted the award proudly.

The school received $1000 in his name that will be used to pay for A.P. Exams this year. Cris also received a $100 gift card. ¡Felicidades Cris!

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Walmart Stores Representatives

Santa Cruz Family

Congratulations Chris!