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lIJId UJ I!| i!plqn~Pl]J ~. tL;Jlt~nqll L nmtvJaJ~ Page 4B + F..gRt110m Hays Free Press May 4, 2011 + PHOTO BY JIM CULLiEN Where cats and dogs come together Pfluger Elementary School Student Council sponsored its "Cats vs. Dogs Service Project," council and sponsor Nicole Bruder proudly pose with the impressive results of the drive. a pet food drive designed to help shelter animals. The School Briefs: Camps and champs Continued from pg. 3B shared the week's schedule which includ- for their efforts and hard work." Pierce Loving our ed a "Re-Use a Shoe Drive," "Recycled Art and his staff joined the students at the Projects" (the library was full of incred- stadium for an extended lunch with MO~er Earth ible entries - and winners - at week's fund-raising booths, pie-throwing, and a end), the "Grocery Bag Project" which book donation for students in Jamaica. Several Hays CISD campuses joined put student=decorated paper sacks at with others worldwide celebrating Earth Week in April. Dahlstrom science teacher Buda HEB (Kyles HEB Plus cooperated Lobos hit aarfa note with other district campuses on this r-- ---" Frances Norman describes the Mustangs project), "Waste Free Lunch Day," and It's been called to our attention that Magazine Tower Contest, with 7th grade "Adopt a Plant Day." in a fxiEdae~ enhancement of the recent winning with stacks totaling 45 feet. "No C~'a story OJY6~r lcal liigh schl chirs' Tech Tuesday" asked students not to li toHays Day' succe~dhowing in UIL competition, watch TV or use electronic devices for the LeliM~ High School choirs were the day- or week- ff they could. "No Hays High School students brought one of only two Central Texas schools Waste Wednesday" encouraged stu-back an old tradition last Friday: "Cel- (Pflugerville being the other} to score a dents bringing lunches to carry them in ebrate Hays Day." Rebel Principal David full sweep of 24 first division ratings from t~abl~ eontainarg. And on Earth Day, Pterce aald, "the idea is for the students their 24 judges. Not t6 dr615 it~l~6g, bUt students wore green and recycled plastic to blow off some steam after a week of the keen Central Texas competition in- bottles- and a "100 feet" of stacked TAKS testing and do something positive, dudes perennial powerhouse programs magazines. ~ "~: Our kids dida really good job with the from Westlake, Bowie, MeCalltifiiqtnd At Carpenter Hill, Ann Marie Sheely testing and they deserved a little thanks Anderson high schools. PHOTO BY JIM CUU.EH Lehman High School senior Cory Bergstrom has been named an =Out- standing Health Science Technology Student Winner" at the Texas Career and Technology Council's "Best of Texas" awards ceremony, held recently at the Capitol Grill at the Texas State Capitol. He will be attending Oklahoma State University this fall. STAFF REPORTS of sports medicine under Andi Green, the Lobos' ath- Being among the "best" letic trainer. Bergstrom and doesn't come easy for most eight others joined in the of us. For Lehman High first such internship class School senior Cory Berg- at Lehman High School. His strom, the task has appar- mother, Wendy Bergstrom, ently become a bit easier, is the instructor for the as he's recently been named course and she describes "Outstanding Health Sci- the class as "a great group" ence Technology Student Winner" in the Best of Texas and calls the time with them awards ceremony hosted by "an exciting experience." the Texas Career and Tech- Bergstrom and his class- nology Council. mates were paired with a The program's purpose is mentor in their chosen med- "to recognize senior career ical field and then spent ap- and technical education proximately 1.5 hours a day, students, alumni and corn- three days a week, learning munity members who are about the profession. 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