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Page 4B Educagon Hays Free Press February 15, 2017 + PHOTO BYJIMCULLEN Criminger's Camino Real Elementary School Kindergarten class was honored as the Roadrunners' winning ,~ ,class in annual Pennies for Pasta fundraising competition. Pennies for Pasta is a program of the Leukemia and Lymphoma !~;:r;$Ociety. Criminger s class set the all-time individual class record with a total of $444.80, leading a campus effort that also set ~ albtime record, a total of $3,244,61. The Roadrunners in Criminger's ',Gold Level" ($300+) class were followed by 12 class- rlooms with "Bronze Level" ($100+) honors, including the classes of Celia Ledesma, Monica Contreras, Amanda De Hernandez, !"*Jasmine Solis Maria Cardona, Victoria Rosales, Marcelino Saucedo, Andrea Vineyard, Tammy Meyer, Anna Muniz/Nancy AI- varado, Lisa Maldonado, and Kathy Willey. The top class receives an Olive Garden pasta party, where they will also be treated to a kitchen tour. SUBMrn'ED REPORT The Hays High School Speech & De- bate Team conquered the weekend by tak- ing top honors at the 'Johnson TFA tourna- ment and Clemens UIL tournament. Students who placed included: TFA Domestic Extem- poraneous Speaking: Emma Morgan - 2nd, Luke Jackson- 5th, Pey- ton Gouzien- 7th TFA Foreign Extem- poraneous Speaking: Chance Walker - 2nd, Jude McClaren- 3rd TFA Dramatic Inter- pretation and Poetry: Brough Cosgrove - 4th UIL Lincoln Douglas Debate: Desiree Camp- bell- 1st, Zoe Puertas - Quarterfinalist UIL Extemporane- ous Speaking:Vince Johnson- 1st, Marcos Vasquez - 4th, Ryan Coffey- 5th, Jasmine Russell- 6th, Zoe Puer- tas- 8th UIL Prose: Erin Swearingen - 1st UIL Cross Examina- tion Debate: Holden Bukowski & Tax Bittner - 1st, Zeke Baranovicht and Mak Flores - 2nd, Emma Cook and Mat- thew Boddy- 3rd PHOTO COURTESYOF HAYSCISD Lehman High School Principal Denisha Presley and LHS Sec- retary Gina Carline display a $500 Hays Education Foundation grant Lehman received this week. The campus received the grant for providing the top grossing silent auction lot at this year's Denim & Diamonds gala. Foundation Executive Director Angle Mendez and a number of Foundation board members joined in the grant presentation. EST. ~ 2010 MOTNER BRINGING THE MAGAZINE TO LIFE Yr BELTON, TEXAS Yr FEB. 18-19, 2017 GET HALF-PRICE ADMiSSiON TODAY AT WWW.MOTHEREARTHNEWS.COM/STORUOFFEPJMMEMFHZ3 Pledge to round up your bills for local nonprofits. Together, our change can change lives! Pedernales Electric Cooperative I. I IIII 1 1III LITT HUH E S ARE A VERY DEALTO US. Dell Childre n's is now offering Emergency Care at Seton Medical Center Hays. ONLINE SCHEDULING? GREAT PRIMARY CARE. ONE CALL AWAY. Schedule an appointment in your neighborhood today. (:a ~ toll free 1 844~23,~:-8441 Extended hours and some same-day illness appoin tmen ts a vai/able. Locations in Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Kyle, Smithville, Bastrop, Luling, and Lockhart. YES MA'AMMOGRAM , Screening mammograms are tne most effective method for early detection, which helps save lives. With online scheduling for 5 convenient locations. Seton helps make getting a screening mammogram as easy as possible. dell children's ~CENSION