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ALL BIZ, ALL PLAY Fifth Annual Business Expo features local services. - Page 1D Hays Free Press October 13, 2010 ~a~s ~ree ~ress Page 3B LUNCH MENUS OCTOBER15-21 HAYS CISD ELEMENTARY LUNCH MENU Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 10/15 Pepperoni pizza Chicken quesadilla BBQ beef sandwich Pasta/marinara Italian style vegetables Monday, 10/18 BBQ chicken Bean/cheese tostada Beef stir fry Turkey/cheese sandwich Corn on the cob Tuesday, 10/19 Chicken fried steak Pasta/marinara Chili dog Crispy chicken salad Broccoli Normandy Wednesday, 10/20 Pepperoni pizza Lemon pepper chicken Brown rice Bean burrito Turkey/cheese wrap Italian style vegetables Thursday, 10121 Chicken parmesan/pasta Beef tacos Grilled cheese sandwich Chicken salad Peas/carrots HCISD MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 10115 Beefy lasagna Asian chicken/brown rice Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or pepperoni pizza Green beans Monday, 10/18 Beefy stir fry/brown rice Chicken Alfredo Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or supreme pizza Corn on the cob Tuesday, 10/19 Chicken fried steak Mashed potatoes/gravy Pasta/marinara -Beefy tostadas ~Hamburger or cheeseburger -Broccoli Normandy _'Wednesday, 10/20 Lemon pepper chicken/rice -Chili dog Chicken patty sandwich -Cheeseburger ~Cheese or pepperoni pizza ~ltalian style vegetables -Thursday, 10/21 -Chicken parmesan/pasta =Beef tacos _-Grilled cheese sandwich -Cheeseburger 3-1awaiian chicken salad :peas/carrots " 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, 10/15 Beefy lasagna Bean/cheese burrito Corn dog Pasta/meat sauce Asian chicken Monday, 10118 Baked chicken Beef burrito Sloppy Joe Cheese ravioli Orange chicken Tuesday, 10/19 Chicken fried steak Beefy tostada Grilled cheese/ham Pasta/marinara Beef stir fry Wednesday, 10120 Lemon pepper chicken Chicken fajita taco Chili dog Beefy ravioli Vegetable Io mein Thursday, 10/21 Salisbury steak Beef tacos Grilled cheese Chicken parmesan Beef & broccoli LAW OFFICE OF Family Law Mediator Colliborati~ LnAttorm7 (~I2) 312-O904: 906 CanyonWren Drive Buda, Texas www.yourtexasattorney, corn tIeO Hays, Lehman choirs qualify 43 for District Choir SCHOOL BRIEFS Hornet Noche de Familia BY JIM CULLEN More than four dozen Hays and Lehman high school students quali- fled for District Choir - the first step toward making All-State Choir - during auditions held recently at Akins High School in Austin. Twenty-five Hays students under the direction of NanCy Cavendish and 18 more Leh- man students under the di- rection of Daniel Arredondo accomplished the first step in the climb up the competition ladder. All get the opportunity to audition Saturday, Oct. 30, at San Marcos High School for a slot on the Region Choir. Students had the opportunity earlier this week to attend the pre-Region Rehearsal at Hen- drickson High School. "Congratulations to all stu- dents who auditioned," Rebel choir director Cavendish said following the showing. Lobo director Arredondo said he was "beside. himself" with excite- ment, his 18 advancers showing the growth in his program since a single student advanced five years ago. Choir students qualifying for the 2010 District Choir from Hays High include Soprano I students Analicia Alvarez, CassidyGotcher, AshleyLoosier, Shelby Luke, Natalie Lyon, Alai- na McFadden, Kayleigh Sou- kup; Soprano II students Leah Hixon and Morgan Stotts; Alt0 I students Emily Buslett, Atlanta Martinez, Kaygan Nielson, Pey- ton Perez, Sydney Rye, Lindsey Yazbek; Alto II students Leonela Hemandez, Kristen Jimenez and Erin Wieser; Tenor II stu- dents ElyAUen, Lane Cagie, Ben Chida and Paris Uch; and Bass I students lan Antonellis, Clay Cooper and Luke Leamons. Lehman High School stu- dents making District Choir include Katherine Arredondo, Ethan Becker, Michaela Cas- Twenty-five Hays High School choir students qualified for the 2010 District Choir recently, earning them and their Lehman counterparts the chance to audition for the Region Choir later this month at San Marcos High School. Lehman High School qualified 18 choir students for the District Choir recently. During the school's first time in the competition five years ago, only one student advanced: Nlo, Nathan Castro, Quentin Derek Jackson, Kristen Jeffer- Martinez, Kenny McCardle, Cummings, Sesily Faddis, ]or- son, Lea Jefferson, ]ustin Lloyd, Chris Park, Kate Widdowson din Gonzalez, Maddy Hewitt, Monica Manriquez, Osheyana and NicholasWittkopp. Tom Green Elementar/s Noche de Familia celebra- tion is this Thursday, Oct. 14, from 6-7:30 p.m. The event observes National Hispanic Cultural Aware- ness Month and celebrates diversity in the local school." Door prizes are part of the evening, which includes a dinner entr4e (free to Tom Green fami- lies), with families bringing covered dish sides. Blanco Vista Pet Clinic Blanco Vista Elementary School hosts a fund-raising pet vaccination clinic at the Hays CISD Central Office this Thursday, Oct. 14, from 5-7 p.m. Dr. John Y. Tarlton will be offering a full range of individual vaccines for nominal fees, as well as a complete yearly package for $20. Flea and heart- worm preventative will also be available. For more information, call John or Lana Tarlton at 238-1093. Flu vaccine clinics offered Campuses throughout Hays CISD are currently offering flu vaccine clinics for uninsured and under- insured district students and their siblings: Buda Elementary (Oct. 14) and Kyle Elementary (Oct. 15) are set for this week and Barton Middle School (Tuesday, Oct. 19) and Hemphill Elementary and Simon Middle School are set for next Wednesday, Oct. 20. Science Hall Elementary and Tom Green Elementary run their clinics to close out next week, on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 21 and Oct. 22, respectively. Cost is $10. STAFF REPORTS Hays High School Principal David Pierce and Lehman High School Principal Don Ruisinger have announced that eight local high school students are Com- mended Students based on their scores on the 2009 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifyi~ Test. Receiving news of their recog- nition were Hays High School's l@sten Bjomson, daughter of Donna Bjomson; Erin Korze- niewsld, daughter of Thomas and Paula Korzeniewski; Theo- dore Paraskeva, son of Gloria and John Paraskeva; Patricia Swan- son, daughter of Carol Swanson; Kathryn Chaney Tumey, daugh- te~ of Thomas and VLrginia Tur- ney; and Nathaniel Webber, son of William and Mindy Webber. Lehman High School's honor- ees included Amanda Markett, daughter of Larry and Kay Mark- eft, and Katherine Rush, daugh- ter of Bonnie Rush. The local contingent is among a national group of 34,000 high- scoring performers who placed in the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the competition by tab hag the national test. A spokesperson for the awards' sponsor, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, n% e o me;2 S uTn represent some of the most aca- demically talented students in oar country. We sincerely hope this recognition will enhance their educational opporttmities and encourage them in their pursuit of academic excellence." Above, Hays High School's National Merit Commended Students include (back to front, left to right) Nathan- iel Webber, Hays High Principal David Pierce, Patricia Swanson, Theodore Paraskeva, Lead Counselor Kathy Arendt; Chaney Tur- ney, Kirsten Bjornson, Erin Korzeniewski. Right, Lehman High School's Katherine Rush, left, and Amanda Markert have each been named "Commended Student" in the 2011 National Merit Scholarship Program. They were chosen on the basis of a national selection score on the Preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. 'in m, ;ii i! ~, Required eligibility forms are available in campus nurses' offices. Lehman hosts HOSA sale Lehman High School's chapter of the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) hosts its annual garage sale in front of the school this Saturday, Oct. 16, 7 a.m.-noon. A wide range of sale items will be offered, as well as refreshments. To donate items, contact Yvette Sut- ten or Wendy Bergstrom at 268-8454. PHOTOS BY JIM CUL.,L,B~ Wallace hosts quilt show Wallace Middle School hosts the Kyle Quilters 2010 Quilt Show this Saturday, Oct. 16, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Kathie Gilson of the quilters club extends a warm and enthusiastic welcome to the community for the colorful event. Negley hosts district gifted Hays CISD parents are invited to a Tuesday, Oct. 19, 6:30 p.m meeting at Negley Elementary School to learn more about the dis- trict's Gifted and Talented (G/T) Program. Topics to be covered include the refer- ral process, assessment See SCHOOL BRIEFS, pg. 48 Rob White, Agent Let's Compare (512) 504-9484 Rates and Service. 5500 FM 2770, Ste. 101 Kyle, TX 78640