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Page 4B EHCA1101H Hays Free Press July 6, 2011 + finale for summer Kyle fireman Alex Barrera demon- stmtes how he dons his layers of protection to the focused stares of (left to right) Jonathan Martinez, Hermilo Gorostiesta and Felix Reyes dur- ing the last day of summer school. The boys were among almost 400 students who took part in the district's Bilin- gual/ESL Sum- met School, held on the Hemphill Elementary cam- pus and overseen by Principal Mar~., ,a Mandez- Tmlles and a committed band of faculty and staff members. PHOTO DY m CUBJiN School Bdefs Continued from pg. 3B Academy seeks Live Oak Academy Principal )ulie Ruisinger has recently put out a call for "gently used chairs" for the campus common area. She indicates pick-up may be available. If you've got some chairs you could part with and you'd like to contact Ruisinger ' to talk about it, write her at ruising- erj@hayscisd.net. STEM Pr.cts Continued from pg. 3B tiation, understanding, and commit- ment to a common goal. Special thanks go m our judges who took time out of their busy schedules and came to our summer location, Simon Middle School, m evaluate the gty projects. Their assessments gave e projects that much more mean- ing andensured that the acti~ty was a success. Our judges included HCISD School Board Trustee Marry Kanetzky, Simon Middle School Principal Mi- chelle Chae, Dahlstrom Middle School Principal Dr. Sara Thin'man, City of Kyle Assistant City Manager lames F_arp and Di_mctor of Communications Jerry Hendrix, and the entire summer school staff. Their commitment to ed- ucatJon is greatly appreciated. Star Strutters attend Officer Training Camp The Lehman Star Strutters Dance Officers attended the Halftime Entertainment Off'met Training Camp at Aus'dn~ Airport Hilton recently. They learned a variety of dances, including jazz, hip hop, pom, modem, and kick and attended leadership dass completed a choreogra- phy prqect th= they performed the final day and they also got the opportunity to dance with choreographer Tokyo, from Amoricab Best Dance Crew, and Mollee Gray, from So You Think You Can Dance. The officers oarr~ a sta~ awa~ ~ rosOect while at the camp. The group included (left to right) Lieuten- ant Daphne Rich, Co-Captain Shanise F~dder, Captain Amber Lur Director BaOara Stang , Co-Captain Alexis Cervantes, and.. Lieutenant Julie Burfield. +