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~JJIlmminl,ll~,lll.ll.nlllil'l [I I , ,llltNl lll THE WlENER'S CIRCLE Canine challengers contend for greatness. -P e + Hays Free Press May 4, 2011 Page 3B SCHOOL MENUS Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily at all Hays CISD campuses ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Fdday, 5/6 Pepperoni pizza BBQ chicken Pasta/mafinara sauce Deli stacker Broccoli Normandy Monday, 5/9 Chicken nuggets Cheeseburger Gdlled cheese sandwich Chili dog Tater tots Tuesday, 5/10 Turkey roast/dressing Bean/cheese burrito Turkey/cheese sandwich Chicken salad/greens Steamed mixed vegetables Wednesday, 5/11 Pepperoni pizza Pasta/meatballs Chili pie Vegetadan quesadilla Corn Thursday, 5112 Chicken fried steak BBQ beef sandwich Pasta pfimavera Deli stacker Steamed broccoli MIDDLE SCHOOLS Friday, 5/6 Baked vegetadan pasta Ham/cheese sandwich Hamburger/cheeseburger Cheese or sausage pizza ~ Baby carrots Monday, 5/9 Bean/cheese burrito Lemon pepper chicken Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or meat lover's pizza Steamed broccoli Tuesday, 5/10 Chicken nuggets Grilled cheese sandwich Meatball sub Hamburger or cheeseburger Tater tots Wednesday, 5/11 Pasta/meatballs Green chili cheese quesadilla Beef taco salad Cheeseburger Cheese or pepperoni pizza Corn on the cob Thursday, 5/12 Baked breaded chicken Brown dca Pasta/mafinara sauce BBQ beef sandwich Hamburger or cheeseburger Peas/carrots HIGH SCHOOLS Luigi's Eaten/, Gourmet Greens, Adobe Grill, Ballpark Classics, The Dell offer daily pizza,,frash salads, Mexican, burgers, subs to order, fresh fruit and veggie bar Friday, 5/6 Baked chicken Beef enchiladas Parmesan sandwich Pasta pdmavera Orange chicken Monday, 5/9 Beef dippers Chicken queeadilla Sloppy Joe Cheese ravioli Beef chow main Tuesday, 5/10 Chili pie Bean/cheese burrito Grilled ham/cheese Chicken Aifredo Sweet-n-sour chicken Wednesday, 5/11 Grilled cheese sandwich/soup Crispy beef tacos Chicken patty sandwich Pasta/meat sauce Chicken teriyaki Thur loy, ffl; Lemon pepper chicken Chicken fajita tacos BBQ beef sandwich Pasta/madnara Mandarin chicken BY JIM CULLEN Camino Real Elementary School third-grade teacher Michelle Arredondo has been selected to attend the 2011 Mickelson ExxonMobilTeach- ers Academy at Liberty Sci- ence Center in Jersey City, N.J. Arredondo is one of 200 third share with students in their classrooms. Camino Real Elementary Principal Marivel Sedillo is quick to voice pride in her fac- ulty members' selection, not- ing that she is "not surprised that Michelle was chosen." "She is an outstanding teacher leader and she loves teaching and learning! She is the epitome of a life-long learner and, best of all, she through ninth-grade teachers from around the country se- lected to attend the intensive one-week, all-expense paid professional development program this summer. A panel of educators from about math and science with theNationalCouncilofTeach- all her colleagues and stu- ers of Mathematics and the dents.We are so proud of her." National Science Teachers As- Arredondo says she's heard sociation selected Arredondo, great things about this profes- their decision based on her signal development opportu- qualifications, dedication to nity and admits, "I am excited inspiring students at an early to be going and I look forward age, and her overall commit- PtlOTO BY JIM CULLEN to sharing everything I learn." ment to enhancing the teach- TheAcademy reflects a part- ing profession. Camino Real Elementary School third-grade teacher Michelle Arredondo nership between ExxonMobil has been chosen to attend this summer's Michelson ExxonMobil Teach- During the July 17-22 Acad- ers Academy at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey. and Phil and Amy Mickelson, emy, teachers will discover developed in conjunctionwith new ways to excite students the selecting agencies in 2005. using experiments that dem- force, gravity and probabil- understanding of these prin- Pro golfer Mickelson encour- onstrate various math and ity. The Academy curriculum ciples by conducting hands- ages all teachers to apply for science concepts including works to deepen teachers' on experiments that they can this incredible opportunity. truly loves what she does," Se- dlllo says with conviction. She adds, "Michelle will definitely capitalize on this opportu- nity and share what she learns i: PHOTO BY JOHN BERRY Thirty-six cadets from Lehman High School Naval JROTC ma:de the trip to Midland, Texas, recently, tat-.v, Part in the Commemorative Air Force Military Tattoo, coming home with an armload of trophies for their efforts. The group is pictured with their trophy haul at the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) hangar, part of the CAF Airpower Museum. ST/U=F REPORTS from the competition, tion, second in Regulation Drill, and first in The "tattoo" Can Air Force term mean- Exhibition Drill. The UnArmed Drill Team The Lehman High School Naval ]ROTC ing event or celebration) was held at Mid- placed third in Inspection, third in Regula- put36ofitscadetsonthemadtoWestTexas land's Commemorative Air Force Hangar tionDrill, and second in Exhibition Drill. The recently, the enthusiastic contingent taking and Museum and offered the local cadets Marksmanship Team placed second overall, part in the Commemorative Air Force Mill- the opportunity to compete in Armed Drill, with one individual second place trophy. taD, 1httoo in Midland, Texas. It was a long UnArmed Drill, Color Guard, Marksman- The Lehman teams placed second overall trip, but Commander John Berry's cadets ship andWarrior Challenge (a four-person for the tattoo, combiningthescoresofallthe had a successful showing, as demonstrated physical fitness team). Drill Teams, Color Guards, Marksmanship, by the load of trophies they brought home The Anned Drill Team took first in Inspec- andWarriorChallenge. BY JIM CULLEN Five Hays High School se- niors won top honors in the an- nual Optimist Club Youth Ap- preciation Awards ceremony at the State Capitol recently. The recognition signified the best profiles in the Austin area for the students' nominated fields. Thirty-four Hays High students were nominated in 22 catego- des, most of the nominees at- tending the Capitol awards cer- emony. Hays High winners included seniors Patricia Swanson (Art), Emily Ybarbo (Dance), Brooke Noble (Speech), Stephen Wen- ze] (Speech), and Hope Heft- meyer (Foreign Language). The students were overall Capital Area winners in their respec- tive categories, selected from nominees from 16 participating eapital- a geh881 . Caleb Ruckel and Chaney Turney represented Hays High School as the campus nomi- nees for Teenager of the Year, Turney having an additional PHOTO BY JIM CUI.LEN A strong contingent of local nominees for the Austin-area Optimist Club Youth Appreciation Awards repre- sented Hays High School at the State Capitol awards ceremony recently. The nominees competed against students from a wide spectrum of Central Texas schools. Five local students received top area honors. nomination for Mathematics. TheodoreParaskevaandKman- Rubio (Vocational Education), All participants were nominat- da Pettit (community Service), Mario Austin Reyes (Sports), ed by their teachers, the overall IanAllison andTaylor Kornfurer Aaron Rivem (Industrial Arts), process coordinated by College (Science), Bianca Nieto (Jour- Ryan Petrie and Christina and Career counselor and Lead nallsm), Dylan Sullivan and Heinich (Government), Eric CatmgalorKathyA Mt. Vnglnla W:llliams (Computer Ldja ~vfathematJcs),Will Poep- Hays High nominees in- Science), and John Effiom and pelme~r and Cassandra Lom- dude Luke Leamons and Ava Shelby Nelson (Business). ell (Instrmnental Music), and UAmoreaux (Drama), Yoselyn fieniors Clay Cooper andMichael Ebbinghaus and He- New (Sports), Rayce Arredondo AI'aina McFadden (Vocal Mu- lene Thompson (English/Writ- and Alex Crouch (Agriculture), sic), Zacka~ Garcia (Art), Victor ing) were nominated as well. SCHOOL BRIEFS Hays Criminal Justice team nabs honors Hays High School Crimi- nal Justice students had a solid showing atthe SkillS' USA State competition in Corpus Christi recently. The effort was highlighted by Sharon Klingemann's first place State Superior ribbon win for her innovative proj- ect. Sponsor Jeanne Morris reported that Christian Thompson placed fourth in Firefighting and Chris Snoeberger and Raymond Hays took sixth in Felony Traffic Stop as well. Morris says, 'All of the students who competed at State did an amazing job!" Project Grad Bazaar Friday Hays High School Project Graduation 2011 invites the public to its Spring Bazaar this Friday, May 5, 5-8 p.m., in the high school cafeteria. The event is designed to highlight local businesses and give individuals a place to sell a wide range of products. Proceeds from booth sales will be dedicat- ed to this year's Hays High School Project Graduation celebration. Art around e wodd A pair of summer art camps will be offered at Lehman High School, the sessions set for 8 a.m.- noon, June 6-10 and June /3-17.Lehmant~rt Depart; ment chair Debra Flynn oversees the camps and says the first week is titled ~AWeek at Universal Stu- dios," featuring painting, drawing, animation, clay, sculpture and printmak- ing. The second week is % Year of Ho~:aay Traditions from Arot.,d the WoflS," and dally themes inc: ie Mexico's Dia de los Muertos and Ireland's St. Patrick's Day, as well dragons for Chinese NewYear and masks for Mardi Gras. Cost for one week is $70, or $50 for a second week or s~c- ond student. Registration is limited to 25 students. For more information or to register, contact Flyrm at or call 268-8454. Mini Cheer Camp set Lehman High School will host Lobo Mini Cheer Camp this stmuner, July " 26-29, from 8 noon. Registration for students in kindergarten through eighth grade is $50. A performance will be held at 12:30 p.m. on the final day and campers will earn the right to perform at a Lobo varsity game. For registra- tion and more informa- tion, contact Lobo varsity cheerleader sponsor Stacy Martinez at martinezst@ or call 268- a 54. Hays CIS gets yoga donation Hays High School Com- munities in School (CIS) Program Manager Bonnie Hemandez reports a recent act of thoughtful generos- ity from the community. Buda Yoga owner Kelly Givens started a low-cost class at Hays High for campus teachers, but also to generate funds for CIS. She designated a portion of the registration fees for the campus CIS and recently donated more than $100 to the. office. Hemandez termed the donation "a great expression of gener- osity." See SCHOOL BRIEFS, pg. 4B +