Project Respect Assembly
By: Sydnee Morton
Jacob Laureano, senior said, “My favorite part of the assembly is that everyone is showing respect towards other people. It helps students to be a better person.”On Tuesday, May 5th, Pueblo County High School took part in their annual Project Respect Assembly. This assembly highlighted our student body’s respect for one another.
It included a meaningful video of the special education students, and the Unified Basketball Team. Senior, Remington Rosiere stated, “My favorite part of the Respect Assembly was hearing everyone cheer for me. It made me happy!”The Project Respect Assembly was all about showing our respect toward the fellow hornets. PCHS student body and faculty enjoyed watching the Unified Basketball team compete along with the help from the CSUP football team. Inclusion is the act of including a group, and that is exactly what this assembly did.
When asked who their basketball role models were, Jacob Laureano said, “Mr. Andenucio and Coach Mac are my role models because they inspire me to have fun playing basketball.”Remington Rosiere said, “My basketball role model is Makayla Padilla because she is nice to me and helped me get better at basketball.” We look forward to keeping our pledge at Pueblo County to include everyone in everything we do. We pride ourselves on inclusion in the Hornet’s Nest.
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