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Hays Free Press September 22, 2010 WEARING HIS PASSION Hays grad premieres original work at Buda Fine Arts Fest. - Page 1C Page 5B + LUNCH MENUS HCISD ELEMENTARY LUNCH MENU September 24--30 Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 9124 Pepperoni pizza Sweet-n-sour chicken Beefy lasagna Dell stacker Broccoli Normandy Monday, 9127 Bean/cheese burrito Chicken Parmesan Sloppy Joe Chicken salad/mixed greens Baby carrots Tuesday, 9128 Chicken nuggets Cheeseburger Grilled cheese sandwich Hot dog Wedge fries Wednesday, 9129 Pepperoni pizza Rotisserie chicken/brown rice Pasta/meat sauce Vegetarian quesadilla Corn on the cob Thursday, 9130 BBQ beef sandwich Pesta/marinara sauce Chicken fried steak. Turkey/cheese sandwich Steamed vegetables HCISD MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 9/24 Pasta/marinara sauce Ham/cheese sub sandwich Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese and sausage pizza Broccoli Normandy Monday, 9127 Chicken Parmesan Bean/cheese burrito Sloppy Joe Cheeseburger c'he~eseot meatlovers pizza C ts Tuesday~ 9/28 Ekilled diSUse sandwich Chili dog Chicken nuggets Hamburger or cheeseburger Wedge fries Wednesday, 9129 Rosemary rotisserie chicken Vegetarian quesadilla Chicken patty sandwich Cheeseburger Cheese or pepperoni pizza Corn on the cob Thursday, 9130 Chicken fried steak Mashed potatoes/gravy Pasta/marinara sauce BBQ beef sliders Cheeseburger Steamed vegetables 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, 9/24 Baked chicken Crispy beef taco Pasta primavera Orange chicken Monday, 9/27 Baked turkey Bean/cheese burrito Beefy ravioli Vegetable Io mein Tuesday, 9128 Beefy macaroni Vegetarian quesadilla Turkey tetrazini Sweet-n-sour chicken Wednesday, 9129 Rotisserie chicken Crispy beef taco Spaghetti/meat sauce Chicken teriyaki Thursday, 9130 Chicken fried steak Crispy chicken taco Rotini w/marinara Beef & broccoli PHOTOS BY JIM CULLEN The Pfluger Elementary School (~hoir sang 'qhis Land is Your Land" at the dedication of their new campus last weekend. The school is named for Iongtime Hays CISD school trustee Ralph pfluger. Dedications honor new elementary namesakes Carpenter Hill Elementary School i fourth grader Taylor Cooper sings a solo during the school's dedica- tion ceremony on Friday as choir. teacher Holly Gandy looks on. BY JIM CULLEN Community members turned out in droves on Friday to dedicate Ralph Pfluger Elementary and Carpenter Hill Elementary, ,the Hays school district's newest campuses. At Pfluger Elementary, p~in- cipal Robin Kelley welcomqd a turnout that included mote than 400 students, teachers and staff as well as the school's namesake, longtime Hays CISD trustee Ralph Pfluger. Addressing the crowd, U.S. Rep. Lloyd Dogg ett called Pfluger "the real mortar for this school" and said the school is evidence that "one person who cares and who is willing to devote the effort can make a real difference." Later in the morning at Car- penter Hill Elementary, princi- pal/odie Wymore welcomed the packed house of her own 600-plus students and staff, parents, district staff and hon- ored Carpenter family guests. Keith Townsend, a Carpenter descendant, and other fam- ily members presented the school with framed historical documents and photographs about the family for whom the school is named. The Carpenter Hill student body all took part in a rous- ing rendition of "Deep in the Heart of Texas" and "Texas, Our Texas" with fourth-grader Taylor Cooper handling soloist duties. By the time the morn- ing was all over, two exuberant groups of elementary students had enjoyed a dose of local heritage and place that they won't soon forget. Front and center in the throng of more than 600 stLadents celebrating the Carpenter Hill Elementary dedication last week were (left to right) Quinton Rodriguez, Cairoline Barnett and Ryne BecketI The sizable contingent of the Carpenter family's descen- dants on hand for last week's Carpenter Hill Elementary School dedica- tion posed for posterity follow- ing the program with the stu- dents who had spelled out the school's name and told some of its history. U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett spoke at the Ralph Pflu~ger Elementary School dedication ceremony, sayiing "surely the man for whom this school is named ppro- vides the real mortar for this school." Ralph and Lois Pfluger enjoy the festivities at the Saturday dedication of the elementary school honor. SCHOOL BRIEFS Stars host open house Fuentes Elementary School hosts, its open house this Thursday, Sept. 23, at 6 p.m. Special teams will sell hamburger dinners to ben- efit PE, Art, Music and En- richment classes beginning at 5:30 p.m.. Families are invited to visit classrooms to see their "Stars" progress. Teachers will be preview- ing curricular activities and topics for the year, a PTA booth will encourage membership and infor- mation will be offered on the Fuentes "Magic Plant" fundraiser supporting the Eco-School Initiative. NES Appleseed Parade Friday Negley Elementary School's kindergarten stu- dents cap off their lohnny Appleseed Day celebration this Friday, Sep. 24, with a 2 p.m. parade. The special day is celebrated nation- wide to note the 1776 birthdate of/ohn Chap- man, the man who earned the nickname spreading apple seeds and seedlings across the United States in the late 1700s and early 1800s. Navigator kinder- garten students spend the day sorting, measuring and weighing apples, as well as making and eating apple- sauce in classrooms. Lehman hosts parent night Lehman High School hosts Parent Night next Monday, Sept. 27, 6:30 p.m., for parents of 9th, 10th and 1 lth-graders. Counselors will discuss important grade level requirements and parents will be pro- vided information on class requirements. First Listening Session set Next Tuesday, Sept. 28, 6:30-8 p.m. at Kyle Elemen- tary's IOmbro Building, Hays CISD Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Lyon and mem- bers of the school board host the first in what will be a series of public meetings to listen to community members' issues and con- cerns. The participants will also use the informal set- ting to talk briefy about the state of the district. Current plans are for such meet- ings to be held on a roughly monthly schedule. Transla- tors will be in attendance. College Fair for Seniors Seniors of all three HCISD high schools are in- vited to a college fair Thurs- day, Sept. 30, at Lehman High Scool from 1-3 p.m. More than 30 Texas col- leges and universities will be represented, as well as Austin Community College and the Air Force Academy, all offering information on post-secondary opportuni- ties. Seniors should visit their counseling centers for information. Transporta- tion will be provided. Hawk Festival needs readers Hemphill Elementary School's 10th Annual Story Book Festival needs help. Members of the commu- nity are solicited to demon- strate their love of reading See SCHOOL BRIEFS, pg. 6B FARM E Debbie Thames Imsura,ce Agency AUTO HOME LIFE .. BOAT. HEALTH 251 N FM 1626 #2C., Buda, TX 78610 Office: (512) 312-1917/ Fax: 312-0688 Email: dvthames Monday-Friday,, 9am-5pm Your Business & Referrmls Are Appreciated +