At the 17 September 2019 meeting of Pueblo Makes, three teams of students from the Pueblo School for Arts and Sciences, mentored by teacher Drew Hirshon, presented their designs for a playground at Pueblo’s Nature Center. Pueblo Energy Academy Remastered (P.E.A.R) presented a plan with a zip line (with seat belt), benches, small animal structures (for example, a coyote), a main play structure, swings, and a poured rubber surface. Playground Inc’s proposal included several features with wheelchair access, including a merry-go-round and swings. They also had a slide, a low ropes course, a large snake sculpture in 3 pieces, and wood chips for ground cover. The Rockey team used the website Playworld which produces playground material from material from landfills. The teams answered questions from the Pueblo Makes members – all done with a high level of professionalism Drew will next be asking his students to work create videos on the topic: What makes Pueblo great.