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I Press * March 16,2011 Mock wreck dramatizes drinking and driving. - Page 1C consequences of Page 3B + SCHOOL MENUS March 18-24 Fresh fruit a0d vegetable bar available dally Friday, 3/li~ pfing Monday, 3/~1 Swedish meatballs Chicken queeadilla Garden salad Ham/cheese wrap Corn on the cob i Tuesday, 3/22 Chicken patty sandwich Bean/cheese tostadas Chicken Alfredo Beef taco salad Steamed broccoli Wednesday, i3/23 Cheese pizza Meatloaf/~ potatoes Beef/bean er~chiladas Cheese ravioli The, Chicken parmesan Mandarin chicken Turkey corn dog Grilled cheese sandwich Steamed mixed vegetables RCISI] MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCHMENU Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 3/18 Spring break Monday, 3/21 Beef enchiladas Macaroni/cheese Cheeseburger Cheese or pepperoni pizza Italian style vegetables Tuesday, 3/22 Chicken fded steak Mashed potatoes/gravy ChilVcorn bread Vegetarian queeadilla BBQ beef sliders Cheeseburger Steamed broccoli Wednesday, 3/23 Chicken parmesan Bean/cheese tostadas Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or ham/cheese pizza Com Thursday, 3/24 Rotisserie chicken Chicken quesadilla Beef dippers/brown rice Cheeseburger Garden salad Tater tots HCISD HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Luigi's Eatery, Gourmet Greens, Adobe ]Grill, Ballpark Classics, The Dell offer daily pizza, fresh salads, Mexican, burgers, subs to order, fresh fruit and veggie bar Friday, 3/18 Spring break Monday, 3/21 Swedish meatballs Cheese enchiladas Patty melt Beef macaroni Beef stir fry Tuesday, 3/22 BBQ chicken Crispy chicken tacos BBQ dipper sliders Turkey tetrazzini Vegetable Io mein Wednesday, 3/23 Roasted turkey Chili/cornbread Chicken nuggets Cheesy baked pasta Chicken teriyaki Thursday, 3/24 Meatloaf Bean/cheese taco Hot dog i Pasta/meat sauce Beef/broccoli PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN Hays High School's (left to fight) Jorge Salinas, Parker Thornton, and Caragh Givens are all advancing to the state Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) competition, having been selected for the high honor at the recent regional VASE meet. Jorge, a senior, advances with his Drawing entry titled "Ready to Go," Parker, a junior, advances for his Drawing entry titled "Monster Under the Bed," and Ceragh, a sophomore, advances with both her Drawing entry, "Namark" and her Mixed Media entry, "Congress." BY JIM CULLEN Elizabeth Mercado (2), Victor Seguln, Andrea Silva, Veronica news@haysfreepress.com Vargas, Sabrina Cortez (2), Yes- enia Delgado, Kristina Mallen, Five local high school art PrettyVo, Matt Salazar (2, State students, three of them from Qualifier), Anissa Gamez (2, Hays High School, the oth- er two from Lehman, have earned the right to compete at the state level with their work, the result of qualification at the recent Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) meet in San Mar- cos. Hays High School's ]orge Salinas, Caragh Givens, and Parker Thornton and Lehman High School's Anissa Gamez and Matt Salazar will represent their schools. The Rebels' Giv- State Qualifier); (Mixed Media) Marissa Tijernia, Rosiele Gar- cia, Alyrice Scott, CaitlinWalsh, Alex Garza, Michaela Leh- man, Michael Lippe, Kristina Mallen, Abigail Martin, Sarah Reeves (2), Marilyn V'tllazana, Christina Wait (2), Gwyndolyn Wilkerson (2). (Printmaking) Eugene ]ared, Hilda Martinez, Chris Vargas, Gabbi Adauto, Tabryn Cox, Lauren Lumague; (Ceramics/ ens will compete with a pair of Sculpture) Charlotte Ruyle, Ie- her artworks, rian Delano (2), MicheUe Wil- Sponsors at both Hays and llamson (2), Heather Ayala; Lehman reported a toughen- (Photography/DigitalArtlShel- ing of competition and scor- by Sites (2), Taylor Chrysley, ing this year, resulting in fewer Jeremiah Flynn (2), Eric Guer- advancing local pieces than rero (2), Cassidy Hall, Abigail in recent years. Still, excite- Martin, Michael Lippe, Domi- ment was high for those who nic Martinez, Ashley McCain, did advance, the judgment of Nicole Portillo (2), Phoebe Sosa "great accomplishment" being (2), KimTorres, PrettyVo. echoed in the art departments Hays High - (Drawing/Paint- PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN Lehman High School seniors Anissa Gamez and Matt Salazar have qualified to advance to the state Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) competition later this spring with their art work. Anissa's advancing work is a portrait of her mother titled "My Sundse and Sunset" and Matt's state-qualifying piece is his drawing of a wolf titled "Flying Leap." ofbothcampuses, ing) ]avon Baca, Austin Den- The fulllist of students earn- his, Maria Frias, Caragh Givens (Mixed Media) Caragh Givens ing a "4," the highest rating in (State Qualifier), Mark Oldham ' (State Qualifier), Katelyn Kelse~ VASE competition included (2), Mazie Pettigrew, lorge Sail- Sarah Yager, Rodrigo Castro, the following: has (State Qualifier), Patti Swan- Colton Domm, Charlotte la- Lehman - (Drawing/Paint- son (2), Parker Thornton (2) cobs, LaurenNicoleRlley, Sarah ing) Edwin Garcia, Rachel Her- State Qualifier), Cynthia Van- Bowman. nandez, Luke Holleran, Ashley natter, Moll}, Viad},kar Alma ICerami.cs) M ne , lhnenez (~), I-t/Ida Martinez, Weinheimer, Sarah Yager; Samantha Silguero; (Photogra- play) Andrea Bentley, Zackary Garcia, Brenda Godinez, Laina Gonzales, Venissa Martinez, lesslin Mejorado, Emily Rou- geux, Cassidy Smith, Dorothy Thompson; (Electronic Media) hddana Facund0, Sydney borne (2). W~rried about grades? lans after HS? Meet e teacher?What- ever your reason for visiting your child's teacher, it's im- portant to remember that you and the teacher are partners in helping the transition to adulthood. The combined support of you, teachers, counselor, will be essential to help your child get on the right track to achieve goals. Being involved in your child's life at school is important. It's important for your students COUNSELOR'S to know you're interested in what they are doing. If you stay informed about your child's dasses and activities, you'll be better able to give help or guidance when it's needed. A good relationship with your child's teachers will make it easier for you to work together if problems arise during the year. The teacher can also help you understand what your child experiences and inform you about school- work and responsibilities. Before you schedule a con- ference, ask your child ff there are any questions or concerns he/she would rtke you to dis- cuss with the teacher and find out likes and dislikes about the class. Let your child know what you plan to talk about. When your child is involved in decisions, he/she are more likely to take responsibility for work and performance. lot down any questions you may have before the meet- ing to make the most of your time. Depending on the age of your child, some questions you may want to ask: How has my child per- formed in your class so far this year? COUNSELOR'S CORNER, pg. 4B : Red Dress Day As has been their practice for years, male members of the Hays High School faculty (and committed students) recently dressed up appropriately for "Red Dress Day" to help raise funds for the American Heart Association. This year's likely all-time campus record, for the event was $1,500, a donation dedicated in the name of recently deceased faculty member Landon Nicholas. Proudly holding the big check donation are (left), Amy Nicholas and (fight) Tammy Nicholas, with reinforcing support from participants (back, left to right) student Stephen Luna and teachers Bret Coates, Chds Gardner, Billy Norton and John Spence. PHOTO BY JIM CULIJE~ SCHOOL BRIEFS Science Hall Blood Drive Science Hall Elemen- tary School is sponsoring a blood drive, set for Satur- day, March 26, 9 a.m-noon, in the school parking lot. School nurse Maria Men- doza-Rodriguez, R.N., can he contacted at 268-8502 for more local inforn0a- tion, but early registration is recommended at www. inyourhands.org, where the sponsor code of "science- hall" will be required. Ad- ditional information, such as who is eligible to give blood, can also be found at the site. Chapa 5K The Fifth Annual Chapa 5K Challenge is set for Saturday, April 9, and this year's big news is the $500 (conditional) prize to the organization with the most entries. An unconditional $250 prize is also offered. Fees are $5 for elementary students, $10 for middle and high school students, and $15 for 18 and over. Three school levels and ten age levels are offered and 1-2-3 awards will be given in each. An alternate offering, Zumba, is offered for $5. Register online at http://hayscisd.revtrak. net/. At the site, click on "Campuses and Instruc- tion" and scroll to Chapa Middle School. For more in- formation, contact Whitney Self at selfw@hayscisd.net. Hawks reading for pleasure Reinforcing the 40 Assets goal of "Reading for Pleasure," HemphiU Elementary librarian Lourdes Cervantes reports "Camp Read Around" was held recently, with over 100 students staying after school and reading for four hours. Campers enjoyed pizza, s'mores, and five different reading rotations, with tree books for all who participated. Tobias Dad's Zone rolls Word from Tobias El' ementary is that over 300 dads, grandpas, undes, and other male role models participated with students in the Tobias Dad's Zone recently. Kicked offby the musicof the W'dliam Tell Overture, adult bud- dies paired wifla younger' partners "turning pieces of paper into hats, surfboards, and other wild and crazy things while dancing, then dispersed to stations that promoted family relation- ships, learning and fun." Librarian Karen Kessel reports the Tobias PTA underwrote the event, which was directed by Rob Rodriguez, founder/direc- tor of Family for Life. Uve Oak Academy hosts garage sale Live Oak Academy hosts its first-ever Community Garage Sale Saturday, April 2, from8 a.m-1 p.m. Sup- port is welcomed in the form of donated items for sale, purchase of a booth from which to sell ($10 fee), or by shopping the day of the sale. Donations may be dropped by the Acad- emy at 4820 Jack Hays Trail starting Monday, March 21. See SCHOOL BRIEFS, pg. 4B +