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Page 4B EDUCATION Hays Free Press February 17, 2010 PHOTO BY YVETrE VASQUEZ District sends sixteen to middle school region choir STAFF REPORTS Hays CISD choirs were well represent- ed in the recent Middle School Region Choir Clinic and Concert at the San Mar- cos ISD Performing Arts Center, the re- sult of solid auditions two weeks earlier in Pflugerville. Simon Middle School Choir Director Adrian Reyes, who also serves as the Re- gion 18 Middle School Vocal Coordina- tor, says of the weekend clinic and con- cert, "The clinicians were excellent and produced a wonderful concert. Our stu- dents worked hard and their work paid off." "lust talking to them," he added, "you could tell they were excited and really enjoyed the camaraderie. Our students were given an experience they will cher- ish their entire life." Campus-by-campus, director com- ments echoed Reyes, dspecially in ex- pressions of pride in their students. Typical of those expressions were Barton director Katherine Moore&apos;s thoughts on her representative to the Region Choir, Chance Tyler. "I am so proud of him," Moore said, "not only because he was the only boy in several years to audition, but also because he made first chair out of all the Tenor l's." The full HCISD middle school contin- gent to this year's Region Choir includes: Chapa - Christina Cruz, Natalie Salazar, Shelby Rotter, Kara Conn, Shed Rivers, Simone Rivers; Simon- Cynthia De Dies; Barton = Chase Tyler; and Wallace - Taryn Bailey, Kate Widdowson, Tereza Heman- dez and Nicholas Wittkopp. Debate Win Hays High School Cross Examination Debate Team won every competitive round on its way to a 1-2-3 sweep of the recent CX District meet in Del Valle. The wins send the team to the State UIL Tournament next month at the Univers of Texas, with sponsor Emily Fagan effusing, 'Ne're excited to be state boundI" Taking district first place were Brooke Noble and Shane Miller, second went to Jonathan De Leon and John Ayala, and third went to Tad Klamert and Stephen Wenzel. They are (back left to right) K]arnert, Wenzel; (front, left to right) De Leon, Noble and Ayal Not pictured: Shane Miller. PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN Middle School UIL 11Ues Continued from pg. 3B Darlene Valadez, Victoria Ortega, Ashley Thornton, Justin Kirby, ]acob Mendiola, Lilian Bonnin and Alex Tehter. Wallace Middle School: The Rangers 8th grade took home third for their grade level, the effort highlighted by firsts from Zach Amundsen in Impromptu Speak- ing and Nick Petta in Science. Brenda Reyes and Alexis Soto were 1-2, respec- tively, in 8th grade EditorialWriting. Sev- enth grade firsts went to Alicia Valdez in Spanish Oral Reading and Adrian Castro in Spelling. Sixth grader Kali Palomarez took a first in Number Sense. Other Ranger points came from 8th graders Alexis Soto, Albert Percastegui, Jennifer Teel, Angelica Aguirre, Lex Or- tiz, Payton Garza, Alexandria Fajardo, Taryn Bailey, Rachel Peace, Zach Rowley and Ashley Osorio. Additional 7th grade points were provided by Samantha Soto, Antonio Portillo, Dylan Garrett and Viv- ian Galvinanes. Other scoring 6th grad- ers included Marcus Rivera, Brandon Beaman, Brooke Longoria, Elexa Chism, Arianna Pickett, Jada Cherry and Kali Palomarez. Simon Middle School: With students and sponsors just getting their feet wet with UIL competition at the district's newest campus, the competition from established UIL powers was tough, But Simon's Wolverines, who will host the contest in 2011, got on the scoreboard with three 6th graders. Adam Morales took a third in Calculator and Alexis Gos- sett and Miranda Garcia were 4-5, re- spectively, in Oral Reading. Chapa Middle School: Chapa's 7th graders highlighted the Cougar effort with three firsts, among them Jacob Greer in Modern Oratory, Ian McGrath in Number Sense and Alexandria Williams in Social Studies. Cougar 6th grader Kyler McGehee also scored a first in Listening Skills. Additional Chapa point scoring came from 8th graders Christina Cruz, El- yssa Perales, Gabriel Doria, Abigail Quintanilla, Selina Calderon, Angel Tompkins,Wesley Sutton, Christopher Salas, Kevin Meckel, Derrik Robinson, Brody Cox, Sara Davis, Karina Hare, Ma- riah Tamayo and Oscar Ortiz. Cougar 7th graders adding more points included Anissa Samaniego, Ju- dith Lima, Selina Calderon, Eric Espi- noza, Joshua Bee, Guillermo "Will" Teno- rio, Star Rivers, Elizabeth Waiters, Jacob Greer, Conrad Russell, Ashley King, Ana Tovar, Noemi.'Rocha, Rainey Ramirez and Ofelia Negrete. Chapa 6th graders bring- ing in additional points included Kayley Green-Toone5 John Kelsey, Cassie Mc- Cool, Christian Rodriguez and Harley W'llliamson, Lunch Menus Continued from pg. 3B HCISD MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 2/1 9 Veggie Io mein Fish nuggets Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or sausage pizza Monday, 2/22 Swedish meatballs Hamburger or cheeseburger Corn dog Cheese or pepperoni pizza Tuesday, 2/23 Beefy nachos Mac & cheese Garden chicken salad Hamburger or cheeseburger Wednesday, 2/24 Popcorn chicken BBQ beef sliders Chicken patty sandwich Cheeseburger Cheese or supreme pizza Thursday, 2/25 Chicken fried steak Beef tostadas Hamburger or cheeseburger Pasta/marinara  DL,ni=00 Iil '11111 I HCISD HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Luigi's Eatery, Gourmet Greens, Adobe Grill, Ballpark Classics, The Deft offer daily pizza, fresh salads, Mexican, burgers, subs, fresh fruit and veggie bar Friday, 2/19 Fish nuggets Crispy tacos BBQ beef sandwich Pasta pfimavera Orange chicken Monday, 2/22 Rotisserie chicken Chicken fajita tacos Gnlled ham/cheese Beefy ravioli Vegetable Io mein Tuesday, 2/25 Beefy baked ziti Chicken nachos BBQ beef sliders Pasta/marinara Sweet/sour chicken Wednesday, 2/2.4 Beef dippers w/rice Green chili quesadilla Popcorn chicken Turkey tetrazini Chicken teriyaki Thursday, 2/25 Chicken fried steak Crispy chicken tacos Grilled cheese Pasta/meat sauce Beef/broccoli w/noodles Sales, service & parts and golf cart rental Custom Paint & Fabrication work All makes & models Trades accepted . 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