Posted: Jun 2, 2010 5:57 PM by David Ortiviz
Winners of a History Day competition in Pueblo will travel to Maryland later this month to take part in the National History Day 2010 competition. The Pueblo event was held in March at CSU-Pueblo. Hundreds of middle and high school students from all over the state to take part--in the end there were nine winners.
The following area students will travel to Maryland to represent the state and compete in the National History Day 2010.
From Connect Charter School:
Junior Group Web Site
2nd place - Holly Ketterman and Emily Waggener- "Curitiba Brazil: Living Lightly on the Earth;
Junior Individual Exhibit
2nd place -Rebecca Myli - "A Loving Partnership: The Innovative Training of Seeing Eye Dogs;
Junior Group Exhibit
2nd place - Ryan Trechter, Vince Parker, Joey Gavato, Steven Rastrelli - "Civil War Needs Spurs Innovation: The Field of Prosthetics."
Junior Individual Performances
3rd Place - Catherine Otero- "Rosie the Riveter: The Spark That Ignited The Fire of Women's Independence"
From La Junta High School:
Senior Individual Documentaries:
1st Place - Matt Fouracre, LaJunta High School, "Communism and the Political Innovation That Defined the 20th Century"