Pueblo County High School class of 2022 had their graduation practice on May 27th. The seniors started their morning off by having breakfast burritos before the 9:00 am practice. Principal Brian Dilka directed approximately 240 seniors at the practice while extra details were worked out to make the graduation ceremony successful. Junior escorts assisted the seniors to their proper seats.
The top twenty juniors are invited to escort the senior class annually. “The graduation practice was very long, but made me excited for graduation.” said Kailtyn Cooper, senior. “This was one of the last times we all got together as friends and just had a good time. We didn't have to be too serious but we had to be serious enough to understand what we were doing.” said Jace Barger, senior.