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Hays Free Press May 12, 2010 zs ::ree ::res Page 3B LUNCH MENUS HCISD ELEMENTARY LUNCH MENU May 14-20 Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 5/14 Pepperoni pizza Chicken soft taco BBQ beef sandwich Ham/cheese sandwich Broccoli Normandy Monday, 5/17 Chicken burrito Cheese enchiladas Vegetarian baked pasta Ham/cheese wraps Corn on the cob Tuesday, 5/18 Orange chicken/brown rice Bean/cheese tostada Chicken Alfredo Ham/cheese wrap Green beans Wednesday, 5119 Cheese pizza Baked BBQ chicken Pasta/marinara sauce Crispy chicken salad Pees/carrots Thursday, 5120 Corn dog Cheeseburger Grilled cheese sandwich Dell stacker sandwich Wedge fries HCISD MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 5114 Beef enchiladas Orange chicken/brown rice Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or meat lovers pizza Monday, 5117 Sweet/sour chicken/brown rice Dell stacker sandwich Hamburger or cheeseburger C.heese or pepperoni pizza Steamed peas Tuesday, 5/18 Bean/cheese burrito C.-illed cheese sandwich Chicken nuggets Hamburger or cheeseburger Wedge fries Wednesday, 5/19 Spicy chicken salad Cheeseburger Corn dog BBQ beef sandwich Cheese or pepperoni pizza Thursday, 5120 Baked chicken Cheese ravioli Beef burrito 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, 5/14. Lemon pepper chicken Bean/cheese tacos Corn dog Chicken Alfredo Orange chicken Monday, 5117 Roasted garlic chicken Beef tostadas Turkey melt Beefy macaroni Vegetable Io mein Tuesday, 5/18 Beef dippers/rice Bean/cheese burrito Chicken nuggets Mac & cheese Sweet/sour chicken Wednesday, 5/19 BBQ chicken Beefy nachos Sloppy Joe PastaJmarinara Chicken teriyaki Thursday, 5120 Chicken fried steak Cheese enchiladas Hot dog Cheese ravioli Beef & broccoli/noodles PHOTO BY TOMMY HULTGREN Hays CISD Teachers of the Year for 2010 are (back, left to right) Tracy Campos, Jon Rholes, Lisa Atkins, Margarita Limon-Ordonez, Kiley Sanderson, Kristi Marzullo, Melissa Sweet, Adrian Reyes, Rich Cusson, Adrienne Simes, Keli Mogonye, Lili Silva, Joanne Lytle, Devi Puckett, Melissa Cain; (front, left to right) Holly Candy, Kelly Bish, Kerri Jones, Sara Satvitti, Lilly Brooks and Michelle Reid. Outstanding educ,ttors Foundation fetes district teachers of the year BY JIM CULLEN news@haysfreepress.com Under bright springtime skies at the Mandola Winery's Trattoria Lisina last Friday, the Hays Education Foundation honored 21 of the district's brightest and most dedicated educators as 2010 Teachers of theYear. Barton Middle School's Sara Salvitti was announced as the district's Secondary Teacher of the Year and Hemphill E1- ementary's Michelle Reid was announced as the district's El- ementary Teacher of the Year. Salvitti and Reid advance to compete for Region 13 honors later this year. Additionally, Kyle Elemen- tary Assistant Principal Ann Conlee was recognized for her recently-awarded honor as Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisory Association Region 13 Assistant Principal oftheYear. In remarks to the apprecia- tive educators, Superintendent Jeremy Lyon spoke of the gath- ered crowd and their peers. Hays High freshman Arianna Martinez sang about teach- ers, and Lehman High senior Meera Day gave a speech ex- pressing her appreciation for the teachers who helped her achieve her scholastic dreams. Finally, the Education Foun- dation presented each campus teacher of the year an engraved glass bowl and bouquet to cel- ebrate the day. The 2010 Hays CISD Teach- ers of the Year include: Mar- garita Limon-Ordonez (Spe- cial Education Department); Joanne Lytle (Academy High School); Kr:isti Marzullo (Cha- pa Middle School); Sara Sil- vitti (Bartom Middle School); Lilly Broo, ks (Blanco Vista Elementary); Melissa Sweet (Buda Elementary), Kelly Bish (Camino Real Elementary); Melissa Cain (Dahlstrom Mid- die School); Kiley Sanderson (Elm Grove Elementary); Hol- ly Gandy (Fuentes Elemen- tary); Michelle Reid (Hemphill Elementary); Rich Cusson (Impact); Devi Puckett (Hays High School); Kerri ]ones (Kyle Elementary); Lisa Atkins (Lehman High School); Ion Rholes (Negley Elementary); Keli Mogonye (Science Hall Elementary); Adrian Reyes (Simon Middle School); Tracy Campos (Tobias Elementary); Lili Silva (Tom Green Elemen- tary); and Adrienne Simes (Wallace Middle School). PHOTO BY JAYNE BAKER Buda Elementary School students (left to right) Cambria Henry, Sage Bartlett and Maddy Mosel are all smiles at their school's Playathon, a recent fund-raiser for relief in Haiti. Elementary helps Haiti BY JAYNE BAKER Special to the Hays Free Press Buda Elementary School and its Kids Care Club re- cently showed compassion for those in need in a fun and novel manner: the kids played games for an hour one day after school! Kids asked family members and neighbors to sponsor them for playing. Kids, families and staff members then gave donations to help Haiti through an organization called SOS Children's Vil- lages. The Hasbro Toy Company helped, too, by donating games to the club, so there was plenty to do. Thanks to the help of Coach Glenden- ning and Coach Espinoza, kids also got to play soccer and four square in the gym. Third-grader Karlene Armstrong's favorite game was Connect Four. She thought the Playathon was a good idea and was glad the toy company donated the games. Taylor Cooper, another third-grader, raised $14 by going around her neighborhood collecting for what she called "a good cause and a lot of fun." Fifth-grader Bryce Mose- ley's favorite game was Bat- tleship. He said the Playa- thon was "worth it to save Haiti. It was better than sit- ting around for an hour do- ing nothing." The Kids Care Club raised $400, which was sent to Hai- ti. The club has been active with caring projects all year and is happy that playing was a way to help Haiti. ..... ii .... COURTESYPHOTO Crown00ing Mary Santa Cruz Catholic School in Buda celebrated the Crowning of/vlother Mary last Friday. The procession was led by third grade student Ncholas Powers, followed by third-graders Laurel Minick, Lydia White a Karina Garcia. The girls, who have already made their first cornmunbn, wore their white dresses and held the rose wreath to be put on Mary, Run the race for scholarships CMSR'S (]k 'aY is one of the busi- est months of the .year in our school system. We are all running toward the finish line of a great race! It is an ending for students and staff members who are wrapping up another great school year. It is also a beginning for some - the senior classes are ready to graduate and take on the new challenges in their future. Emotions and spirits run high, but nothing brings more pleasure than finishing the race strong. Applying for scholarships is like running a big race. I will probably never run a marathon, but I see the ex- citement and feel the energy of the runners and I want to contribute to the success of the race. I enjoy seeing the preparation and planning that each runner undertakes to be prepared for the ulti- mate challenge. First, your runners must prepare themselves physical- ly and mentally for each and every race. Scholarships re- quire that same kind of com- mitment. You have to look at everything you have done to prepare for the race. Provid- ing an updated resume, an essay about your future goals and dreams, knowing why you need the money for your education, leaming about the different community organizations that award the scholarships and observing the deadlines and criteria for each scholarship are just a few steps in this process. Strive to do more and better yourself in every way. What have you done to give back to the community which rewards you for your efforts? Be ready to talk about the challenges or opportuni- ties you have seen along your running trail. Your"can-do" attitude about nmning is es- sential in this whole process. Are you the best you can be? Did you fall down during the race, but got up and kept running? Did you cross the finish line as the last runner knowing you had met your goal of finishing the race? Determination of spirit and a strong will keep you coming back to the College and Career Center to look for more scholarship opportuni- ties each and every day. You must take the time to prepare for the race--fill out the scholarship forms complete- ly, accurately and on time. Do your best work and submit the neatest application in the county. Be prepared to share your talents and goals with an interview community. W'm the scholarship race and bring home the gold! Your reward may be a certificate, a plaque or a $1,000 check. Be grateful and gracious in receiving these awards. Give praise to your competi- tors and those who have won the race. You will continue to challenge yourself to each new race as you fill out every scholarship application you possibly can. The big races with many numers have amazing sponsorship efforts from the entire community and we have the very best sponsors for all of our local scholar- ships. The Hays community and its organizations support our students in many ways, especially through the schol- arship awards. We welcome our community members into our schools and we are most grateful and apprecia- tive for the awards bestowed upon our students. Scholar- ships are one of the greatest rewards and accomplish- ments for our senior runners in the Class of 2010! Allison Tillotson is a coun- selor at Lehman High School : ................ .......... ........ .i [ ..... i ------ ADWARLE " SPYWARE ] I _- (requilires broadband I Iilifeinsurance... On-S,teRernovall . AUTO. Home Life / [ COMPUTES- intemetaccess) ] ( Rob White, Agent Let's Compare [ [ Norton Internet Security and Anti-Virus ZOO9 I.. 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