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Page 4B EDUCA110fi Hays Free Press July 27, 2011 + PHOTO BY JIM CUU.EN Suns boast 'Most Improved Attendance' The Science Hall Elementary Suns nabbed the "Most Improved Attendance" banner for the school district's elementary campuses this year, percent improvement over the 2009-'10 school year. Science Hall Principal Dr. Angela Nelson (far left), district attendance officials, campus of Suns Student Council members proudly display their award banner. posting a 95.30 percent attendance mark, a .91' representatives, and an enthusiastic contingent Eagles have the highest of them all The Elm Grove Elemen- tary School Eagles received the banner for "Highest Attendance" this school year, in fact posting the highest attendance of any school in the district with a 97.20 percent mark. Proudly display- ing the coveted banner at presentation time were (holding banner, left to right) 5th-grade perfect attendance students Karoryn Diaz, Robert Woodworth and Fox Burton. District administration present- ers and the adult EGES recipients included (back, left to right) Jennifer Narvaiz, As- sistant Principal Kathy Faulks, PEIMS Clerk Carol Childress, Felisa Jimenez, Principal Irma Flores-erothers, Mag- gie Ortuno and Elisena Diaz; (front, far left) Eagle Secretary Chris- tine Molls. PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN School Briefs Continued from pg. 3B Some lunch prices Increase Hays CISD reports lunch prices at all Hays CISD campuses increase slightly in the coming school year to comply with the fed- eral Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Prices for students receiving free or reduced lunches are unaf- fected by the change. The lunch price for those paying the regular price will increase by 10 cents, resulting in a $2 lunch for elementary students and a $2.20 lunch for middle and high school students. All other prices remain the same. Lebe Igdcoff Lobo Kickoff is sched- uled for Saturday, August 6. TinaValdez reports that festivities start with the Lobo freshmen and junior varsity at 7 p.m., followed by the Lobo varsity at approximately 8:35 p.m. "Cheer, band and dance run from about 8 to 8:30 p.m.," Valdez predicts. The community is cordially invited. Rebel Round Up Hays High School's ,Rebel Round Up" and schedule pick up is set for seniors and incoming 9th- : graders Thursday, August 11, with seniors scheduled 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and 9th- graders 3-7 p.m. (campus tours available). Juniors are scheduled from Friday, August 12, 8 a.m.-noon, and sophomores are set for Friday, August 12, 1-5 p.m. Parents must attend for students to receive their schedule. Parking permits, new student ID photos and information on Project Graduation 2012 will also be available. Parents are encouraged to use the dis- trict's new online registra- tion (see p.3B). Lobe schedules out soon Lehman High School schedules for all grade levels will be available Thursday, August 11, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., and Friday, August 12, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. The Lobos will also host an on-campus immuniza- tion clinic during the same hours. Name Address City, ST, Zip Credit Card # 3# Secudty Code __ ,Amount Exp. Date $__ Phone # :Signature Hays & Travis counties 3 Years __ $63 2 Years __ $39 1 Year __ $14! Out of County 3 Years __ $99 2 Years __ $66 1 Year __ $42 Out of State 3 Years__ $150 2 Years __ $106 1 Year __ $54 RO. Box 2530, Kyle, TX 78640 512-268-7862 *Not to be combined with any other offer. Expires August, 2011 +