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April 14, 2010 ars J[ree ress Page 38 I LUNCH MENUS I I HCISD ELEMENTARY LUNCH MENU April 16-22 Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 4/16 Pepperoni pizza Sloppy Joe Mac & cheese Green beans Monday, 4/19 School holiday Tuesday, 4/20 Beef burrito Cheese enchiladas/charro beans Chicken/noodles Ham/cheese wrap Corn or(' the cob Wednesday, 4/21 Cheese pizza Baked BBQ chicken Pasta/marinara sauce Crispy chicken salad Peas/carrots Thursday, 4199 Corn dog Cheeseburger Grilled cheese sandwich Dell stacker sandwich Wedge fries HCISD MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 4/16 Beef enchiladas Orange chicken/brown rice Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or meat lovers pizza Monday, 4/19 School holiday Tuesday, 4/20 Bean/cheese burrito Chicken nuggets Hamburger or cheeseburger Sweet/sour chicken/brown rice Wedge fries Wednesday, 4/21 Spicy chicken salad Cheeseburger Corn dog BBQ beef sandwich Cheese or pepperoni pizza Corn on the cob Thursday, 4122 Hot dog Chicken/noodles Cheese enchilada Hamburger or cheeseburger Green beans 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, 4/16 Lemon pepper chicken Bean/cheese tacos Corn dog Chicken Alfredo Orange chicken Monday, 4/19 School holiday Tuesday, 4/20 Beef dippers/rice Bean/cheese burrito Chicken nuggets Mac & cheese Sweet/sour chicken Wednesday, 4121 BBQ chicken Beefy nachos Sloppy Joe Pasta/marinara Chicken teriyaki PHOTO BY GLORIA BROWN Hays High School award-winning cast and crew for the 2010 One Act Play entry, "Rabbit Hole," pose with their District 17-4A trophy. The group includes (back, left to right) Ava L'Amoreaux, Madison White, Luke Leamons, Stefan Sanclhez, Colby Padgett; (Center, left to right) Christina Cabal- lero, Tiara Terrell, Kelsey White, Silas Brown, Madeline Harsh, Zackary Garcia, Kaylea Gooding; (front, left to right) student teacher Jessica Swafford, director Dana Naughton, Audrey Joseph. Curtain closes on Act Play season STAFF REPORTS Hays High School's re- markable one act play pro- duction, Rabbit Hole, closed out its 2010 competition run last week at Brenham High School, having made the Area round with earlier advances from both Zone and District. Hays theatre director Dana Naughton's charges reaped multiple awards along the way, as did Lehman counter- part Marissa Meek's students in Zone competition. Naughton noted her group's pride - and fatigue - after a 19-hour day hitting the road to compete in their school's first Area appearance in four years. "I could not be more proud of them," Naughton said. "Their behavior was exquisite and their compassion for those around them brought tears to many eyes." Several members of the au- dience approached the Hays students to say how much the play had touched them. Both Luke Leamons and ,Hannah Hadidi gathered All Star Cast recognition at Thursday's Area round, KelseyWhite and Madison White were noted for Honor- able Mention All Star Cast and Silas Brown and Mad- eline Harsh received Tech Award honors. Those awards largely re- flected the opinion of judges all the way back to Zone results, where Madison White was named Best Actress, Lea- mons and KelseyWhite made All Star Cast, Hadidi and Zackary Garcia were Honor- able Mention All Star Cast and Brown was Best Tech. At District competition days later, Leamons and Madison White were named to All Star Cast, Hadidi and Garcia were Honorable Mention All Star Cast and Stefan Sanchez won the Best Tech Award. Lehman's 2010 play entry, Arms and the Man, placed as Alternate in Zone com- petition with Phillip Smith, Jackie Fuller and Lauren Garcia named to the All Star Cast, Desiree Kittel receiv- ing Honorable Mention All Star Cast and Bekka Cygan named to the All Star Crew. Director Marissa Meek as- sessed the production as "exceptional" and credited its success to the "efforts and support of all the students involved, their families and the community." PHOTO BY MARISSA MEEK Lehman High School cast and crew members earning recognition in recent One Act Play zooe competition included (standing) Phillip Smith; (seated, left to right) Jackie Fiuller, Lauren Garcia, Desiree Kittel and Bekka Cygan. Smith, Fuller and Garcia were All Star Cast, Kittel was Honorable Mention All Star Cast and Cygan was All Star Crew for the 2010 play, "Arms and the Man." PHOTO BY JANICE MANGRUM Pie-in-the-face Pay-off Fuentes Elementary principal Jodie Wymore and assistant principal Debbie Brown (background and foreground) took a full pie in the face recently from first-grader Avery Williams 0Nymore) and kindergarten student Michel Runkle (Brown). Wymore and Brown had challenged the Fuentes specials classes to run 1,000 laps and collect $3,000 for the annual School Walk for Diabetes. The Stars did 2,418 laps and collected nearly $4,000 (that's almost $20,000 in six years), bringing the "pie-in-the-face pay-oft." ' COLIRTESY PHOTO Dahlstrom Middle School student council members taking pat in Project Linus this winter include (left to right) McKenna Murphy, Scan Farrell, Ryan New, Kenn'y Belden, Amy Herring, Jesse Supemaw, Emiy Maulding and Crispin Lyman. Mustangs spread comfort STAFF IREPORTS The Dahl,strom Middle School studemt council never lacks for somaething worth- wte to do rand two recent projects iUusttrate that fact. Sponsor Amy Madden reports that the coumcil cooperated with Gift Scoutt Troops 533 and 315 over the wfinter on toject Linus, a natiomal organization that collects land distributes handmade blmnkets to chil- dren in hospitads, shelters and social service agencies. Studems worrked after school for months to) make twenty- two blankets fo)r donat/on. The blankets were tmade out of po- lar fleece in a wariety of colors, designs and siztes for both boys and girls. Sponsor Madden says her Dahlstrom council "would like to thank qFroops 533 and 315, as well ass other student and staff volunteers for their help in this project." Additionally, the Mustang student council worked on the Central Asia Institute's "Pen- nies for Peace." This is a pro- gram that teaches the rewards of working together to bring hope and educational 0ppor- tunities to children in other parts of the world. '7 penny in the United States is virtually worthless," Madden says, "but in impover- ished countries, a penny buys a pencil and opens the door to literacy. The mission here focuses n community-based education, especially for gifts. A fifth-grade education for girls improves heahh for em atx their families and spreads the value of education within their community." The Dahlstrom Student Council project brought in over 10,000 pennies and raised over $200. Thursday, 4122 Chicken fried steak Cheese enchiladas Hot dog Pepperoni calzone Beef/broccoli/noodles SCHOOL I00RIEFS School holiday Monday, I All Hays CISD Students and staffwill be but for a school holiday Monday, April 19. Offices re-open and classes resume at nor- mal times next Tuesday. Bingo fun offered Lehman High School Project GraduatiOn hosts Bingo Night Friday, April 16, fi-10 p.m., at the Uhland Community Center. The whole family is,!vited, organizers say, for a night of fun and a chance of winning great prizes!" Food and drinks will be offered for sale. For more informa- tion, contact Ame Rivera at 799-0887 or riVeraame@ aol.com i Dahlstrom offers 'Chewy' Dahlstrom Middle School theater students present "Chewy" Friday, 7 p,m., at the campus. The- atre director Robert Vinyard says the play is about "a hostile middle school girl, Chewy, who has tO live with her male cousin, Bobby, for three months While her father recovers from back surgery. Visibly angry from their first meeting, Chewy finally erupts, explaining her inner rage. The public is warmly invited to the free performance. Donations will be gladly accepted. Earth Day Share-Fair coming Don't miss Saturday's I(yle Earth Day Share-Fair at City Square Park from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The free event is a collaboration between Kyle Elementary School and the Parks and Recreation Department, with hands-on activities focusing on science, math and the environment. Ac- tivities include Eledtrifying Circuits, the Bubble Booth, the Isopod Challenge and the Breathing Machine. Some Kyle Elementary En- vironmental Study Center's animals will be available for students to see anfftouch. Live music by Bill "Mr. Habitat" Oliver and Otter Space Band is also On tap. The Kyle Elementary PTA will sponsor a blood drive and appointments can be made in advance at www. inyourhands.org. Click on the bottom section that says "Donate," and search the sponsor code "kes" and the date, 4/17/2010. For a complete program or for vendor information, log in to the City of I(yle website at http://www.cit- yotkyle.com/EarthDay.php. Academy pitches pennies Academy High School students are low on head count versus their HCISD sister schools, but ey are long on heart, as a rffcent fundraiser once agalh proved. A two-week ! Penny War" raised funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma So- ciety's Pennies for Patients project. Academy students amassed a $493 contribu- tion. Mariachi on Riverwalk Lehman High and Simon Middle School direc- tor Adolph Ortiz reports Mariachi Azul y Plata (his non-varsity ensemble) wdtue pet nm un x San Antonio Riverwalk on Wednesday, April 21, 7-8 p.m.; as part of the city's annual Paseo del Rio Fes- rival. See SCHOOL BRIEFS, pg. 4B