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Page 4B EDUC&110N Hays Free Press • May 15, 2013 4~ + Five teams from Wallace Middle School presented their Think Tank ideas Friday morning in a multi- media format. The students from the Gifted and Talented Program designed a thesis, conducted re- search and shared their findings. Topics included bullying, drug traf- ficking, mental health and the drop- out rate. The presentations were part of a pilot program in conjunc- tion with the Texas Performance Standards Project. Hearing Aid &: Audiological Services Safe Routes Continued from pg. 3B division, giving students easier and safer access to school. In the city proper, construc- tion of new sidewalks will begin at the intersection of Main and San Antonio Streets. The side- walk ~11 extend down San An- tonio, south onto San Marcos, west on to Elm, south along Bluff, then east along Ash. This sidewalk will give students saf- er access to Buda Elementary, with Fees saying, "there are just + PHOTOS BY KIM HILSENBECK no sidewalks in Old town." In addition, the project calls for a pedestrian bridge to be built, "across Garlic Creek from the Garlic Creek Subdivision to the Elm Grove Subdivision and connect to the sidewalks in both subdivisions," said Fees. The construction process will take approximately 120 days from contract start time, with Fees saying that construc- tion will not be obtrusive to traffic within those areas. The Safe Route to School is a national effort that was es- tablished in 2006. According to their website, www.saferoutes- This initiative is aided by parents, schools, commu- nity leaders and local, state and federal governments to "improve the health and well- being of children by enabling and encouraging them to walk and bicycle to school." Austin Ear, Nose & Throat Clinic PEDIATRIC AND AI)ULT CARl:. Children's ENT Nose & Sinus • :. Ear Tube Placement • :. CTSinus Scans • :. Tonsil & Adenoid Surgery • :. Minimally Invasive Sinus Surgery • ". Allergy Testing • ;. Sublingual Therapy Ear & Hearing • :. Chronic Ear/nfections • :. Ruptured Ear Drum • :. Hearing and Balance Evaluation • :. Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears) • :. Dizziness & Vertigo Allergy • :. Testing for Pollen, Mold, Dust & Pet Allergens .:. Allergy Shots • :. Endoscopic Sinus Surgery • :o In-office Balloon Sinuplasty Throat, Head & Neck • :. Sleep Apnea • :. Tonsil/Adenoid Surgery • :. Hoarseness Head & Neck Cancer • :. Lymph Node Evaluation & Surgery • :. Mouth and Throat Cancer Screening & Surgery o:. Safivary Gland Treatment & Surgery Thyroid and Parathyroid • :° Ultrasound and Needle Biopsy • :. Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgery Thomas Nowlin, MD (512) 268-5282 211 Elmhurst Dr., Suite E Kyle, TX 78640 In Go Forth Squore Taylor Shepard, MD • Programming & Fittings • Comprehensive Hearing Evaluations • Cleaning & Repairs • Visual Reinforcement Audiometry • Tubing Changes (VRA) • Earmolds • Otoacoustic Emission Testing (OAE) • Custom Ear Plugs • Video Nystagmography (VNG) • Hearing Protection • Immittance Testing • Assistive Listening Devices Amber Bass, Au.D, CCC-A . Recasing & 'Dry & Store' Kits .__._____I[ Come and see us at the Senior Event hosted ] by the Kyle Area Senior Zone for a I j// audnren; Ocom + spor The Hays t series Friday starte] 11-2 ’ work c top of quickl les wa viaak that secon, gerou~ intent L; ri Ast Austir anyfl betwe Despi ing to reject~ had t~ May 1 stood to det, playoJ Wh dried, tough Hays' Brand settinI hittere the ch Ho~ base i errors fough toric ( the R~ playol Hill p Regio: Hw. inninI tured fielde man ( reach den f’ first v Cory right f a grot base. the tt out-r~ allowi Yet, fense a ba, Sprinl rally,, dama for m~ Th~ shoul faced scoreq three] Despi again ranke Class forth peffo seven nings out s~ only1 four t ners i win. "S~ up to night, head Fullel knew the team wouh She and pitch, need4 Le~ lenge Drip[ often: Offer to re( Leah ahea~