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I + Free Press November 16, 2011 LIVIN' THE Kyle cacti stands drought. - Page 1C DRY LIFE tough through Page 5B De T CIS] wee thrc the' Offi, clas mal The the mm nl Ch H Grin ;trict holiday xt week m campuses of Hays ) will be closed next (, Monday, Nov. 21 ugh Friday, Nov. 25. for ?hanksgiving holiday. :es will re-open and ;es will resume at nor- times Monday, Nov. 28. students and staff of listrict wish the com- Lity a safe holiday. bel Project duation ristmas zaar set ~ys High School Project luation 2012 announc- es it~ Christmas Bazaar, set for ~aturday, Dec. 10. The groqp is currently seeking vendors who'd like to sell ChrJ at tL site, at s~ call amt F( wiff COlT schc crea a sa: nigt ing l thro moi ga ite PTS Satu nati ScN ChrJ sale beiz cepl moi Prin ruis: call stmas holiday items bazaar For vendor contact Karen Sadler t24-9937, or contact ~r those not familiar Project Graduation, mittees on each high ,ol campus have been ted to raise funds for e, sober graduation t and will be hold- undraising activities aghout the following ths. ,e Oak seeks rage sale ms te Live Oak Academy hosts a garage sale rday, Dec. 10, coordi- ~g with the Hays High ~ol Project Graduation stmas Bazaar. Donated items are currently g solicited and ac- ,~d at the campus. For information, contact :ipal Julie Ruisinger at or ~68-8462. HA Fresl avail caw Frid; Chic Past Sau.' Gre Moll Thar Fdd; Chic Roa~ Corr Crar Ham Past GreE Mort Thar Luig Adol an(] frest DuN fruit Frifl; Roa., Mex Spic Mex Gar Mo~ Thar IS CISD LUNCH MENUS FOR NOV, 18 fruit and vegetable bar ~ble daily at all Hays CISD )uses .EMENTARY SCHOOLS ly, 11/18 ~en nuggets primavera age pizza n beans day, 11/21-Friday, 11/25 ksgiving Holiday MIDDLE SCHOOLS ly, 11/18 ~en nuggets ted turkey/mashed potatoes bread stuffing oerry sauce/pumpkin bar ourger marmara n beans day, 11121-Friday, 11/25 ksgiving Holiday HIGH SCHOOLS 's Eatery, Gourmet Greens, )e Grill, Ballpark Classics the Dell offer daily pizza, salads, Mexican food, ~rs, subs to order, fresh ~nd veggie bar ly, 11/18 ted turkey/mashed potatoes can specialties i chicken patty can pizza en salad day, 11/21-Friday, 11125 ksgiving Holiday I Re' r-rl] band ] found progr~ middl More, faced middi score( 24 oft enou~ the Re Thr those Wallac dition ISD's ] Dahls place( auditi Middi qualff Regio] Covin: Eac direct, applal Chap Eddie 13 Dis triple sixofl advan year's are ve: dents addin: ofhar Dal Gerde ue a k 14 oft Band l VanCll ' This tion aJ our st~ AtE ger's E the Di group said h his stt they "; thems Citing comp says tl reachi is incr Din pride: gent, grabb: advan his Ra bard," ofthei The R~ watch of diff and s~ as bei: best." Wa] Distrit mos, t Wflli~t Barke: Avare; (first c Batm~ chair l Kudjo Ramk and l~ Bar trict c, Loosi~ Brona nifer t Meg E Luke l Adria] head, Collin Ostrm are Lo Madd Dal qualif Lewis: Delez~ Bonin Weaw esti, L Delez~ Peed. Houg] Chris Ch~ trict il than Danie Josh F Gonz~ nahB Ricky Victol son, L advan BY JIM CULLEN se in the community ailiar with Hays CISD's ards-heavy high school )grams know that the ons on'which those s draw are the district's chool band programs. dence of that fact sur- ~in recently as 56 HCISD chool band students ~istrict Band honors. m earning chairs high :o qualify to audition for )n XVIII Band. of the district bands - ,m Barton, Chapa and - went to the Zone 2 au- )r District Band at Austin 'edes Middle School m's Mustangs were the region's Zone 1 and ed at AISD's Covington ,chool. Those students ~g to advance to the uditions were headed for ,n for that level. ff the local schools' ; had ample canse to their students' efforts. At liddle School, Director iskey's Cougars scored ct Band chairs, almost ,qr 2010 showing, with ~t number qualifying to to Region, doubling last ad count to Region. "We proud of all of our stu- ~o auditioned," he said, aey had all shown "a lot cork and determination." xom Director Leroy aw his Mustangs contin- ,~ tradition of excellence, m attaining District nors, eight of those ad- to Region. Gerdes noted. s a very intense competi- I'm very proud of all of ents[" ton, Director Bennie Say- cats placed sixteen on ict Band and five of that ove on to Region. Sayger ~as "very pleased" with rots' effort, adding that represented Barton and res at the highest level." e increasingly keen tion in the region, Sayger degree of difficulty at District or Region Band sing at a like pace. or James Malik exuded ~is District Band contin- strong (with two of those r , first chairs~, with five lg to Region. Malik said ers "worked extremely lding, "we are very proud ~ccomplishments." gers director describes ; students gain mastery dt music as incredible he credits his honorees among "the best of the :e Rangers making the ~and include Lila Ra- gel Ramirez-Giron, Tyra , Coby Moseley, Omar ;rittany Felch. Melyssa ,oren Arispe, Tony Reyes Jr trumpet), Tatum Madison Batman (first m), Aaron Flores and TI 3f that group, Ramos, -Giron, Reyes, and Tamm [ison Batman advance. fs 16-member Dis- ingent includes Emily dadison Sansom. Lois h. Emma Partain, Jen- :rington, Loryn Hudson, ay, Charles Cauley, ]leman, Bryan Madden, Pdvera. Emily Caden- tchaela Petfit, Alexandria osh Kinkead and Avery Advancing to Region ier, Herrington, Hudson. and Pdvera. trom District Band s include Stephanie ~sana Mena, Brianne ;abrina Guerra, Lillian IcKenna Murphy, Jordan Gracie Hough, Austin Ur- an Pool, Pat Chida, Chris ~arah Ortiz and Ryan terra. Bonin. Murphy, Jresti, Pool, Chida and ~leza advance to Region. t students making Dis- ude Jessica Barber, Jona- ~ckler, Briana Gonzalez, Arriaga, Andres Garza, na, Lopy Huang, Victoria z, Bailey Nance, Savan- ;on, Teuley Lehman, ,ker and Cassie McCool. Gonzalez, Nance, Bry- man, Coker and McCool to Region. PHOTOS BY JIM CULLEN Barton Middle School Band members qualifying for the District Band include (back, left to rightl Brian Mad- den, Josh Kinkead, Alexandrea Collins; (cente~ left to right) Jennifer Herrington, Michaela Pettit, Adriana Rivera, Luke Eddleman, Charles Cauley; (front, left to right) Lois Bronaugh, Emily Loosier, Avery Ostrand, Madison Sansom. Emma Partain and Loryn Hudson. Dahlstrom Middle School band members reaching the district Band through successful auditions are (back, left to right) Stephanie Lewis, Austin Uresti. Logan Pool, Chris Deleza, Pat Chida; (center, left to right) Gracie Hough, Sabrina Guerra. Jordan Weaver Susana Mena, Brianne Deleza, McKenna Murphy; (front, left to right) Lillian Bonin. Sarah Ortriz and Ryan Peed. Wallace Middle School Band members qualifying for the District Band include (back. left to right) Tony Reyes, Tatum Barman; Madison Batman. Loren Arispe, Aaron Flores, TJ Kudjoe; (center, left to right) Angel Ramirez-Giron, Melyssa Alvarez, Coby Moseley, Lila Ramos; (front, left to right) Brittany Felch, Omar Barker and Tyra Williams. Members of the Chapa Middle School Band qualifying for the District Band include (back, left to right) Dan- iela Arriaga, Tenley Lehman, Jonathan Sheckler, Ricky Coker, Victoria Gonzalez, Savannah Bryson; (front, left to right) Bailey Nance, Lopy Huang, Jessica Barber, Josh Reyna, Andres Garza, Cassie McCool and Brianna Gonzalez. Kyle Elem, Panther Pride Awards for the 2nd 6 Weeks Each six weeks teachers from Kyle Elementary recog- nize KES students exhibiting "above and beyond" efforts and behavior: 3RD-GRADE Cameron Cayce Madi Saucedo Alexis Garcia Kaylan Castillo Malia Gonzales Amoret Heredia 4TH-GRADE Erick Baudains Tai Curtis Cade Williams Sebastian Madrazo Zackary Osorio 5TH-GRADE Terry Maher-McGee Marc Cisneros Igor B astidas-Perez Hannah Leal Kay Gonzalez Buda Elem. Kids of Character for the 2nd Six Weeks Each six weeks teachers recognize students with "Kids of Character" awards for their everyday demonstrations of respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship and trust- worthiness. KINDERGARTEN Riley McLemore Christian Hart Maxton McDuffie 1 ST- G RAD E M.J. Ader Bryn Taylor Logan Sherman Madison Lopez 2ND-GRADE Holly Adair Anthony Villanueva Lily Howard Sky Wynn 3RD-GRADE Kaden Moreland Joshua Rodriguez Quinlan McLemore Cameron Moore 4TH-GRADE Desmond Young Robert Gonzales Nathaniel Cerna 5TH-GRADE Brittany Scott Cassandra Macias Daniel Lincoln Amelia Puent Chapa Rocks Awards for the 2nd 6 Weeks six weeks, facul~ members select students who display characteristics of the school's namesake, A~mando Chapa. 6TH-GRADE Kyndall Henderson Casey McLallen 7TH-GRADE Armando Reyes Caroline Salas 8TH-GRADE John Kelsey Breanna Higgins Lehman High Freshman of the Month Each month, Freshman Center teachers choose students who represent the ideal LHS student. Nathaniel Evans Ashley Jones Pressley Bailey Mason Jones Shelby White Justin White Kayla Bryson Blake Kelsey Kayla Johnson Clifford Garner