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KATH ERINE ANNE PORTER Restless writer thrived on gypsy existence. - Page 1C Page 3B LUNCH MENUS HCISD ELEMENTARY LUNCH MENU April 2 - 8 Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 4/2 School holiday. Monday, 4/5 Orange chicken/brown rice Bean/cheese tostada Chicken AIfredo Ham/cheese sandwich Green beans Tuesday, 4/6 Chicken nuggets Hamburger Vegetable quesadilla Grilled ham/cheese Wedge fries Wednesday, 4/7 Cheese pizza Cdspy tacos Salisbury steak Mashed potatoes/gravy Turkey/cheese wrap Corn Thursday, 4/8 Baked chicken/brown rice Grilled cheese sandwich Beefy baked ziti Chicken salad Peas/carrots HCISD MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 4/2 School holiday Monday, 4/5 Popcorn chicken Chicken Alfredo Hamburger or Cheeseburger Cheese or pepproni pizza Green beans Tuesday, 4/6 Orange chicken/brown rice Bean/cheese tostada Hamburger or cheeseburger Chicken Caesar salad Mixed veggies Wednesday, 4/7 Beef dippers/brown rice Baked chicken Spicy chicken sandwich Cheeseburger Cheese or sausage pizza Thursday, 418 Mac & cheese Pasta/meatballs Corn dog Hamburger or cheeseburger Peas/carrots HCISD HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Luigi's Eatery, Gourmet Greens, Adobe Grill, Ballpark Classics, The Dell offer daily pizza, fresh salads, Mexican, burgers, subs, fresh fruit and veggie bar Friday, 412 School holiday Monday, 4/5 Swedish meatballs Bean/cheese tostadas Popcorn chicken Chicken Alfredo Veggie Io mein Tuesday, 416 Salisbury steak Vegetarian quesadilla Grilled ham/cheese Pasta/meatballs Sweet/sour chicken Wednesday, 4/7 Rotisserie chicken Crispy tacos Meatball sub Beefy ravioli Teriyaki chicken Thursday, 418 Chicken fried steak Cheese enchiladas Chili dog Pasta primavera Beef & broccoli/noodlas COURTESY Hays Competition Cheer Squad takes naUonal title After months of preparation, the Hays High School Rebel Competition Cheer Squad participated in the recent Cheer America Competition in Houstor The girls returned with a National Championship title, receiving official jackets and medal. They include (back, left to right) M'Kayla Meyer, Audrey Joseph, Alyssa Gonzales, Erin O'Black, Holland Behn, Kelby Schmidt, Celinda PeraleT,, Shelby Nelson, Megan Harp, Kayla Gonzales; (front, left t o right) Alison Rickey, Beeca DeVille, Kayla Cox, Audrey Messer. Not pictured: Sierra LabeCk, Shelby Bishop. High school artists head to state competitio STAFF REPORTS Fifteen local high school students have qualified for state competition at the April 9-10 State Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE), to be held on the University of Houston-Clear Lake City campus. Eight Hays High School students and seven from Lehman High represent the outstanding showing at the recent San Marcos quali- fying meet. Headed to the prestigious state meet from Hays High are Gaby Buentello, Hillary Gee, Eric Leija, Jeff Men- doza, Mariah Meza, Sarah Yager, Caragh Givens and Helena Wessely. Lehman High will be represented by Jared Rodriguez, Josh Mar- tinez, Christian Guajardo, Abigail Schwandt, Sarah Bee, Devon Smith and Amanda Garcia. Both the Hays and Leh- man contingents at the two-tiered San Marcos meet received a slew of Regional "4's," the competition's "gold" standard. Those were then judged in an Area round to determine those entries that would advance to state. Some art students scored 4's in multiple cat- egories. Lehman Art teacher Debra Flynn and Hays Highs Mar- nie Hart had the lion's share of high-scoring students and both expressed pride in the outstanding showing. This was a common senti- ment among art teachers that included Jeanne Stewart at Lehman and Dan Nien- dorff, Starr Cruz and Diana Debrock at Hays. "It shows that our students are confident and ready to defend and represent their work with a judge," Flynn said, adding, "It also shows that our students are taking that extra step to finish work in a way that is exceptional and impressive." HAYS HIGH SCHOOL (OVERALL RESULTS) Drawing and painting stu- dents receiving 4's include Aaron Amin (2), Kristen Bjornson, Rachel Bostick, Gaby Buentello (2, one ad- vances), Stephanie Diaz, Hil- lary Gee (2, one advances), 'Caragh Givens (advances), ]insu Jaimy, Kately Kelsey, Eric Leiia (advances), Jeff Mendoza (advances), Mark Oldham, Maria Rebollar, Sa- mantha Scarborough, Caty Snoeberger, Patti Swanson (2), Parker Thornton, Helena Wessely (advances), Sarah yager (advances). Diana Debrock's ceramics students include Gabrielle PHOTO BY JIM Eight Hays High School art students have qualified to compete at this year's state VASE competition at Uni! versity of Houston-Clear Lake City. They include (back, left to right) Helena Wessely, Eric Leija, Jeff Mendoza; Mariah Meza; (front, left to right) Sarah Yager, Gaby Buentello, Hillary Gee and Caragh Givens. 1'0 BY DEBRA FLYN Lehman High School qualifiers to next month's state VASE competition include (back, lef right) dared Ro- driguez, Josh Martinez, Christian Guajardo; (front, left,to right) Abigail Schwandt, Sarah Bf Devon Smith and Amanda Garcia. Gonzales (2) and Keely Haas. Art 1 and Electronics Media teacher Starr Cruz's students scoring 4's included Luis Beltran, Cynthia Vanhatter, Katie Messer, Rachel Har- vey, Christopher Taylor. Dan Niendorff's photography students scoring 4's included Emily Clark, Matt Espinosa, Laina Gonzales, Aysia Lopez, Mariah Meza (2, one ad- vances), Mazie Pettigrew, Christian Shirrell, Kristen Whittington (2) and Juliana Wilson. LEHMAN HIGH SCHOOL (OVERALL RESCLTS) Photography 4's went to Gwyn Wilkerson (2), Sarah Reeves, Eric Guerrero (2), Ashley McCa!n, Abigail Schwandt (adv ]][ces), Tina Wait, Jeremi.h Flynn (2), Abigail Martin, Josh Marti- nez (2, one advances), Gar- rett Mayfield! (2), Kristina Mallen (2), Julio Santos, ]ared Rodrigt advances),, M Jerian Delan( Sarah Bee (ac Amanda Gar( Drawing ar were won ]by (2), Sabrinta ( Schiwitz, INaL Lauren Luna tha Deen (12), Taylor Chrysl Iared, Tina W ez (2, one ichel Lippe, ,, Lena Weise, vances), ia (advances). d painting 4's nissa Gamez ortez, Donald or Garcia, ue, Saman- clef McCain, ey, Eugene it, Abigail Martin, Mily n Villazana (2), Chrisn Guajardo (2, one aances), Devon Smith (2 ne advances), Michaelppe, Jerian Delanoanalicia Bara- novichabrielle Morgan; Karyn binson and Eires MoriaY. stunts taking 4's in aniiron included Sarah Ree, DanielVargas, Luis Am, David Hebert and Maobledo, Students cmeting in sculpture scPg 4's included Dan- ietrgas, Tyler McCain, Gielle Morgan, Michelle iamson (2) and Pretty 2). Get an early start on college COUNSELOR'S !ii!i RNER ........... Uniors and seniors may start earning college credit before graduating high school. Austin Community College enrolls eligible high school students through the Early College Start program, allowing them to take up to two col- lege courses per semester while in high school. ECS students who take ACC courses at an ACC campus will be charged a $40 per course fee. Many courses scheduled on the Hays CISD high school campuses in the fall and spring offer flee tuition. High school students taking the ACC courses at area high schools during the school day are only re- sponsible for the textbook expenses and fees. There are many registra- tion steps for enrollment in ACC courses while in high school. Students are asked to see their counselors for assistance. Marquis Wfl- lianas is the Hays CISD ACC representative. He travels to the high schools and assists the students with Early College Start program Advising and Registration procedures. Having students utilize the ECS program can be very beneficial for families. Numerous college credits maybe earned while still in high school for an extremely reduced rate. Students are eligible to take classes after the tenth grade year is com- r have to take a placement test to prove their Texas Success Initiative TSI) status with suitable cores in reading, writing ad math to be eligible. The aplication process, testing, aaising and registration stos for ECS ACC enroll- met are scheduled each fall antipring at the high school throgh the Career Center. If)u would like to learn moreibout the Early Col- lege Sift program, ACC has arinformational meet- ing scbduled on April 8, 2010 ag-Iighland Business Center, acated at 5930 Middle liskville Road, Rm 201, Austn. SCHOOL BRIEFS Free Fair Fares The NACAC Austin Col- lege Fair is set for Tuesday, April 13 and bus transporta- tion for high school juniors will be provided (register at campus counseling office). Buses will also be provided for the National Hispanic College Fair April 23. Reg- istration is free at campus counseling centers and the fair is open to all students. Don't fail to get in on one of Hays CISD's growing traditions, the 4 th Annual Chapa 5K Challenge, set for Saturday, April 10. Online registration is available now. Proceeds go to fitness projects for Chapa Middle School faculty, students and their families. Registra- tion is $5 for elementary students, $10 for middle and high school students and $15 for participants 19 and older. To register, visit http://hayscisd.revtrak. net/tek9.asp. Friday Holiday All campuses and offices closed this Friday. Offices will re-open and classes resume at normal times next Monday, April 5. See SCHOOL BRIEFS, pg. 4B