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LIVESTOCK SHOW Youth of Hays County reap the fruits of their labors - Page 1C + Hays Free Press February 2, 2011 I , Page 3B SCHOOL MENUS " I HAYS CISD LUNCH MENUS FEBRUARY 410 Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily at all HCISD schools B.F BIMRY SCHOOLS r-~ =/4 Pl~pperoni pizza BBQ chicken Pasta/madnara sauce Deli stacker Broccoli Normandy Monday, 2/7 Chicken nuggets Cheeseburger Grilled cheese sandwich Chili dog Tater tots Tuesday, 2/8 Turkey roast/mashed potatoes Bean/cheese burrito Turkey/chessa sandwich Chicken salad/mixed greens Steamed broccoli Wedne~lay, 2/9 Pepperoni pizza Beefy lasagna Chili pie Vegetarian quesadiUa Corn Thursday, 2/10 Chicken fried steak BBQ beef sandwich Pasta primavera Deli stacker Steamed mixed vegetables MIDDLE SCHOOLS Friday, 2/4 Baked pasta marinara Ham & cheese sub Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or sausage pizza Baby carrots Monday, 2/7 Beef stir fry/brown rice Bean/cheese burrito Lemon pepper chicken Ch bur0er Cheese or meat lovers pizza Steamed broccoli Tuea~ .2/8 Chicken nuggets GdUed cheese sandwich Chicken patty sandwich Hamburger or cheeseburger Tater tots :i Beef lasagna Green chili cheese quesadilla Baef tano salad Cheeseburger Cheese or pepperoni pizza Corn on the cob Thursday, =/10 Baked breaded chicken Mashed potatoea/graw Pesta/marinara sauce BBQ beef sliders Hamburger or cheeseburger Peas/carrots HIGH SCHOOLS Luigi's Eatery, Gourmet Greens, Adobe Grill, Ballpark Classics, The Deli offer daily pizza, fresh salads, Mexican, burgers, subs to order, fresh fruit and veggie bar Friday, 2/4 Baked breaded chicken Beef enchiladas Chicken parmesan sandwich Pasta primavera Orange chicken Monday, 2/7 Beef dippers Chicken quesadillas Sloppy Joe Cheese ravioli Beef chow main Tuesday, 2/8 Chili pie Bean/cheese burrito Gdlled ham/cheese Chicken Alfredo Sweet-n-sour chicken Wednesday, 2/9 Grilled cheese sandwich/soup Crispy beef tacos Chicken patty sandwich Pasta/meat sauce Chicken teriyaki Thursday, 2/10 Chicken fried steak Soft chicken tacos BBQ beef sandwich Pasta/marinara Orange chicken PHOTO BY JUDY COOPER Lehman High School art students recognized for their wide range of art work at the Scholastic Art competition include (back, left to right) Anissa Gamez, Charlotte Ruyle, Stephen Nanyes, Sarah Reeves; (center, left to right) Christian Sepulveda, Diana Cordova, Kristina Mallen, Ashley McClain, Mlchaile WiUiamson, Matt Salazar; (front, leR to right) Jeremiah Flynn, Christina Wait, Jerian Daiano and Eric Guerrero. BY JIM CULLEN uilding on an ever- growing tradition of excellence, a strong contingent of Lehman and Hays High School art students swept to a stellar showing at the recent Scho- lastic Art competition at St. Stephen's Episcopal School in Austin. One student from each high school was named ~Mnerican Vision Award" winner for having one of the top five entries in the show. ' Lehman High School's Jerian Delano and Hays High School's Sarah Yager came away with Best of Show awards, Delano for her "Turning Over a New Leaf" sculpture entry and Yager for her drawing titled "Waiting." Complementing the highly honored duo were 13 additional Lobos and six additional Rebels earning either Gold Keys, Silver Keys or Certificates of Merit. At Hays, Zackary Garcia and Parker Thornton each earned Gold Awards for their Photography entries and Yager additionally took a Gold Award in Mixed Me- dia. Silver Awards went to Hays Highs Mark Oldham, Patti Swanson and Thorn- ton in D/awing, and Emily Rougeux in Photography. Caragh Givens earned a Cer- tificate of Merit in Drawing. Hays teachers Dan Niendorff and Marnie Hart expressed pride in their student entries. Hart said, "These students have worked tremendously hard and have created amazing work. Their success is testa- ment to their perseverance." Hart added a nod to Yager's showing as "especially excit- ing," noting "Sarah's work is not just technically sound, but thoughtful in its ap- proach and concept." In addition to Delano's American Vision Award, she reaped another pair of Gold Awards for the Lobos in Sculpture. Additional Gold Awards went to Lehman's leremiah Flynn in Design, Eric Guerrero in Photogra- phy, and Christina Wait in Mixed Media. Silver Awards PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN Hays High School art students earning recognition at the recent Scholastic Art competition include (back, left to right) Parker Thornton, Mark Oldham, Emily Rougeux, Zackary Garcia; (front, left to right) Patti Swanson, Caragh Givens and Sarah Yagar. PHOTO BY MARNIE HART Hays CISD American Vision award winners Jerian Delano, left, of Leh- man High School, and Sarah Yager of Hays High School, proudly beam the smiles that came with being named among the very best of show at the recent Scholastic Art competition in Austin. Mixed Media, Photography and Photography Portfolio, Charlotte Ruyle in Sculp- ture, Matthew Salazar in Drawing, and Michelle Wil- liamson in Sculpture. Lehman art teacher Debra Flynn said that the com- petition "focuses on that emerging voice of the artist, so the work chosen is never predictable, but always interesting." Describing her team's portfolio awards as "very special, because the judging is really tough," she complimented Sarah Reeves' portrait of her home entry focusing on rural America. Flynn also com- mended lerian Delano's Portfolio Sculpture, titled "I'm EveryWoman," that portrayed the stages of cancer. The young award- winner said of her entry, "I hope that my portfolio touches people that have gone through the cancer experience, as well as those who have not." Flynn noted Delano's Gold Award in Portfolio competition is the dis- trict's first-ever. All Gold Award winners' entries advance to a national level of competition. awent to Lobos Charlotte Sculpture. Wait in Design, Diana Cor- Certificates of Merit went dova in Digital Art, Ashley to Lehman students leremi- McClain in Mixed Media, ah Flynn in Design, Anissa Matthew Salazar in Draw- Gamez in Drawing, Kristina ing, Christina Sepulveda in Mallen in Painting, Stephen Film and Animation, and Nanyes in Film and Anima- Michelle Williamson in tion, Sarah Reeves (three) in Elementary School Panther Pride Awards for the 3rd 6 Weeks Each six weeks teachers from 3RD GRADE 4TH GRADE 5TH GRADE Kyle Elementary recognize a small Christopher Fraga R.J. Hernendez Michelle Cooke number of KES students with Summer Adams Jaci Lattimore Megan Gilliam "Panther Pride" awards, recogniz- Jessie Miranda Dylan Adams ing =above and beyond" efforts Victoria Machado and behavior, calling up the best Gaby Killea Jarsd Martinez of the "40 Developmental Assets" Ambree Kuykendall Sarah Arrellano Michael Cardenas stressed in all HCISD schools. Cede Williams Aryn Morrison Torye Hull SCHOOL BRIEFS I" The sixth annual district musical opens They' Feb. 3, the cumins gnip. p for "Hairspray" at the Per- forming Arts Center at 7 p.m. Additional performances are set for Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., aswell as a 2 p.m. Saturday matinee. Tickets are $10, but a half-price ticket special is available to students and staff for Thursday's performance. To reserve seats, call PAC Office Manager Donna Andrade at 268-8443. RnandalAM Financial Aid Saturday is set for Saturday, Feb. 5, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., at the Hays High School library. The event will assist seniors -or any former graduate or current college student- in completing the Free Appli- cation for Federal Students Aid (FAFSA) for the 2011 - 12 school year. Voltmteers from a number of agencies, as well as Spanish language trans- lators, will beavailable to assist. Seniors should contact their school cotmselors for information on items to bring and early registration. Parents and students should bring a copy of their W-2 and income tax forms to com- plete the FAFSA. All Financial Aid Saturday services are free and open to all seniors, regardless of their campus. For early tegistmtiun or for more information: www.collegereadyaus com. Migltty Ihi =mti 1 Organized in memory of Mel Kyser, the Mighty Mel 5K FunWalk/Run has been set for Saturday' Feb. 12, 9 am., at Barton Middle School. The fun walkJ run is being held in conjunction with the 2011 Buda/Kyle Relay for Life kickoff. A registration fee of $20 will go to the American Cancer Society in honor of Mel Kyser. Kids are welcome, but pets win not be permit- ted. For donation informa- tion orto register, contact Susie Kana at rkanaEZlxwinet. corn or Alicen Kyser at all- censhinei@hotmaiLcom. Cllapa 5K The Fifth Annual Chapa 5I( Challenge has been set for Saturday, April 9, and this yeats biggest news is the $500 prize (yes, there are reasonable conditions) to the organization with the most entrants'. An unconditional $250 prize is offered. Race fees are $5 for elementary students, $10 for middle and high school students, - and $15 for 18 and over. Three school levels and 10 age groups are offered and first, second and thirdplace awards will be given in each category. An altemate activ- i~, Zumba, is $5. Register online at hayscisd.revtrak. net. For more information, contact Whitney Self at As sometimes hap- pens when we're lisdng the hundreds of student names we publish for recognition, we recently missed one. Kudos to Pfluger Elementary fourth-grader lull Smith, one of Katie Campbell's great STEM students, who was among the 47 campus win: ning qualifiers to the Saturn V Spelling Bee. We apologize for the omission from the original story. +