By, Javin Martinez
Yet another club has done Pueblo County Highschool proud as Technology Student Association, (also known as TSA) has won a state competition. These hard-working students have achieved what other Southern Colorado schools could not as PCHS was the only one south of Denver with competitors in the top 3.
The Following Students from PCHS placed in the state competition.
1st Place Video Game Design
Dallas Musso, Eric David, Noah Schwartz, David Velarde, James Rothbaum, Eli Martinez
2nd Place Catapult Design
Beckett Morgan, Blake Anderson, Eli Martinez
2nd Place Digital Video Production
Capreese Lisac, Zach Mead, Isabella Vetta
2nd Place Software Development
Noah Schwartz, Eric David, David Velarde
3rd Place Dragster Design
3rd Place Structural Design and Engineering
Tyler Greenfield, David Tafoya
Zora Malone, Kiriah Kopasz, Skyla Kopasz
Board Game Design
Keri Santistevan, Morgan Romero
Olivia (Aspen) Shoaf
Zach Watkins, Noah Schwartz, Eric David
Structural Design and Engineering
Cloie Cortez, Averie Williams
Zach Mead, Capreese Lisac
Eric David, Zach Watkins, Dallas Musso
So what is TSA? Well, TSA was founded in 1978 to develop leadership, math, science, technology, and engineering skills for students and others in communities. This organization has provided students with the necessary skills and knowledge to enter college or maintain a job that corresponds to their respective fields.
As peers of our school, TSA should be congratulated and thanked for their hard work and dedication, they not only showed what it means to be a hornet but also someone from Colorado. Their sacrifice of time and labor sets an example for all who live in Colorado.