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i+llQll i I Jtl ILt lUllllllllt~+t ~, ~a++~Imi,~ J.,:a+ J. Page 4B + EDUCA'IION Hays Free Press March 23, 2011 + are good as 'Gold' Hays High School students Lindsey D. Yazbek (left) and Hannah Ramsey have been named Delegate and Alternate for the 2011 Gold Youth Leader- ship program. Undsey will be attending the Gold Youth Leadership .;+ Program at St. Mary's University in San Antonio this June. RIOT0 BY JIM IIJU.IEN Band Sweepstakes Continued from pg. 3B in Sight-Reading. The Hays CISD band programs continue their decades-long tradi- tion of excellence and the fLrst view of the programs' coming success always shows itself at the middle school level. The district's middle school directors, the foundation of the high schools' success, uniformly expressed appreci- ation for their students' commitment and efforts. At Dahlstrom, Leroy Gerdes called his wind ensembles showing part of"a great day." Gerdes noted the fact that it had been four years since the Mustang Wind Ensemble took Sweepstakes and "many, many years since both Dald- strom bands received Sweepstakes in the same year!" Citing his students' "raising the bar on excellence of per- formance and achieving way beyond their grade-level expectations," Gerdes stressed his and partner Sharran Lus- by+s pride in both Mustang bands. At Chapa, Eddie Briskey said, "We are very proud of all of our band stu- dents. Everybody worked very hard and did a wonderful job at UIL on both days." Referring to the historic Sweep- stakes"first," Briskey said, "We want to thank all of the students for their hard work, and our parents for supporting us, bringing kids to rehearsals, and making it out to UIL"i Barton's BJ. Sayger, as well, cap- tured the satisfaction he and partner Amanda Bran& felt with the twin Sweepstakes effort. Sayger said he was "super proud" of how both bands per- formed "and how they carried thezn- selves into the Sight-reading morn." ~a~ger noted, "the parents, teachers administration at Barton really support what we do daily in band, and the competitions ratings are the result of that support." School Briefs Continued from pg. 3B professional advice will be offered on setting routines, targeting behaviors, gaining compliance from difficult chil- dren and using positive rein- forcement. Medicaid informa- tion, parent support groups, therapists, and summer camp information will all be avail- able, as well as free breakfast snacks, childcare and door prizes. For more information or to register contact Nancy Peyton at 268-8250, ext. 96945 or eni~'~yt0nn@hayscisd. net. Website information is at http://hays4th armualfamily- matters.weebly.com. Earth Day Share Fair returns Kyle Elementary School announces its 2nd annual Earth Day Share Fair Saturday, April 16, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., at City Square Park. As part of the event, the Panthers are sponsoring a blood drive and are asking donors to pre- register in order to ensure that the Blood Mobile can be on hand. To pre-register, contact Maricela Koopmann at (512) 773-3516 or mkoopmalm@ ...... fordnasswen.com or go to https://www.inyourhand- sonline.org and use "kes" as sponsor ID. Continued from pg. 3B ine director Hilary Lockhart the high school theater pro- said "the students worked grams grow." very hard for long hours to Barton Middle School di- successfully deliver this per- rector Stephanie Townley, formance" and said she and whose students performed her returning students "look "Rest in Peace," assessed the forward to participating in 2011 festival saying her stu- next year's festival." dents "have grown so much Director Susannah Wynne's over this last year and did a Chapa Middle School stu- great job!" Townley remarked dents presented "The Miracle on the growth she observed in Worker," the effort earning all of the district's programs Starr Rivers and Erin Limon and was appreciative of her All Star Cast honors and cast- students "having fun and mates Kyler McGehee and getting to see other schools ElizabethWaiters All Star Cast at their best." The Bobcats Honorable Mention. Conrad placed Tristan Aultman on All Russell was among the All Star Cast and Sarah Cosfley Star Techs. Director Wynne and Uly Lomelli on All Star noted that her students look Cast Honorable Mention. Ad- forward to the annual festi- ditionally, Kaitlyn Turner won val, calling it "a day filled with a Tech Award. fun, awesome performances Dahlstrom Middle School and marry new learning expe- director Rob Vinyard made riences," when students meet the praise unanimous, saying, their district counterparts "The kids loved it! They got to and reunite with past theater see the other plays, they got schoolmates. Wynne says of to hang out in real dressing the event, "It warms my heart rooms, and- most important- every year to see the number ly - they got to perform on a of my ex-students involved in 'real' stage. Lifetime memo- Prescription Delivery ties were created that day." In addition to Claudia Norman's Best Actress performance in the Mustangs' "Sticks and Stones in Cyberspace," Dahl- strom's individual honorees included Noelle Cardenas for All Star Cast, Megan Guerin .and Gabriella Graham for All Star Cast Honorable Mention, zand Taylor Burrell[ for Tech Award. POWER OF COMMUNITY PEDERNALES ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Tbe Power of an Independent Investment Advisor Representative Uncertain drnes demand experienced leaders. With a long history of helping preserve and grow capital, we are posi- tioned to help lead our clients across all market q, des. No propdetary products Customized Financial Solutions Focused on Quality Service We help build portfolios that work toward your goals using a traditional investment approach. I,etss talk about how The Financial Pavilion, LLC can work for you. 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