Pueblo County High students left early on Sunday morning for their three-day DECA state adventure. The students started out the day by unloading at Hotel Elegante, preparing for role plays, and practicing for the day to come. They then made their way to the Broadmoor for the flashy and extravagant opening ceremony. The next day, Monday, Feb. 25, the students had two roleplays they had to prepare for and execute in order to have chance at advancing forward in the state completion and moving on the nationals in Orlando, Florida.
Also, a requirement of at least two workshops during their stay was required. On Tuesday morning, at 5 AM, each student was sent a text to see who would be moving onto finals. County's own Jaylen Spidel and Michelle Wells made it to finals, so they had one more role play to complete before finding out if they made it to nationals. Tuesday night all the students gathered into the Broadmoor for the closing ceremony. Although none of County's own made it to nationals we are still very proud of everyone who made it and gave it there all. Good job DECA!!!
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