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Kyle youth council looks at mobility improvements. - Page 1C Hays Free Press * November 16, 2016 Page 3B Auto, culinary, horticulture tech facilities focus of proposed bond BY MOSES LEOS III news@haysfreepress.com The desire to add and improve Career and Tech- nical Education (CTE) facilities across all Hays CISD high school cam- puses is driving a $13.1 million proposal that could be included in the May 2017 bond. Suzi Mitchell, Hays CISD CTE director, said the goal is to ensure dis- trict high school students, including those in a future third campus, have similar opportunities in all CTE fields. "Our objective was to make sure all three high schools have the same opportunities for our kids," Mitchell said. "It shouldn't be if you go (to one school), you get auto tech, but if you don't go there, you don't." Mitchell's proposal, which went before the Hays CISD Growth Impact Committee last month, calls for five new facilities and remodeling two existing ones. The bulk of the propos- al would fund roughly $6 million for auto technol- ogy facilities. Half of that would go to a new 6,000 square foot auto tech facility at Lehman High. The remainder would expand the current auto tech facility at Hays High. Mitchell said the dis- trict offers freshman level auto tech in a classroom at Lehman, but students who wish to receive certification are bussed to Hays, She said 16 Lehman students were transported to Hays in 2015 for auto tech. "We would have a ton more kids in the path- way if we have a shop (at Lehman), but we don't have a shop there," Mitchell said. 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Currently, from the district's 2014 the campus has a resi- bond survey to students, dential kitchen for home which showed over 250 economics courses, respondents supported However, those who adding to radio, television wish to receive certifica- and film space. tion in culinary arts must The remodel, according go to Lehman's commer- cial kitchen. With a new BOND, 4B 2017 CTE $3,127,000 Lehman Auto Tech - New 6,000 SF facility plus equipment $1,864,400 Lehman Vet tech/ Horticulture - New 2,000 SF facility plus equipment $590,000 Lehman Broadcasting Studio - Remodel existing 1,600 area $236,000 Hays and Lehman STEM - Equipment for engineering classes $1,864,400 Hays Vet tech/ Horticulture - New 2,000 SF facility plus equipment $2,832,000 Hays Auto Tech Expansion - New 2,000 SF facility plus equipment $708,000 Hays Broadcasting Studio - Remodel existing 1,600 SF area $1,888,000 Hays Culinary Arts Addition - New $2,500 SF facility plus equipment $13,109,800 total MLfe=eJ a HMTNSGWKHBESNHYXOBUCLZE Evan collects stickers ftom ~. enough money next summer .... ::i~;!i the grocery store vending to go to the Six Wags NAMVPEKTJHPEBRIIOTOIMDRYEH ....... " machine. Each one costs Amusement Park Fritter has been putting the money he is earning into a savings account which cams him money called interest! IV~ Fami Talk with your fami y about times you've ..... had t0all -=n i d, n ,,c It All Starts Adding Up! When Fritter puts money into his i savings account, that is called a deposit. When he takes money out : of his savings account, that is called a withdrawal. spending mistakes that have been made and what was learned from them; Put this coin in ! the piggy bank. o For example, looking at his savings i account book, you can see that Fritter deposited $5.00 that he earned doing ; chores on October 15. You can also see that he made a withdrawal of $7.00 on October 18. ! FrRter's a~E00nt~ : : ~ i ~ i ~ !~>i~i~iiii i)i~ilUi!?!i ~i~! UI~I i~ i~i< i i~ ii Watch Your Spending Look at what Fritter spent money on this week. Is there anything you think he could have done without? How much money would he have saved if he didn't buy two or more things on the list? iiili iilii largep: ' i iili ii iii sh $2 50 ~ii~i~iiu~iii~e~mare~i!i~iiii~i 5 puppy pops: $12 2 comic books $4 O0 2 packets of candy $6 O0 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililili~l~itrn~-m~ iiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiii~iiii AJLMLPYTSVAMVGETSHYNORUT RBFJATMWlRLDYGMSOBNTEGY WITHDRAWAL INTEREST BALANCES MISTAKES DEPOSIT ACCOUNT SAVINGS CHORES PARENT MONEY MONTH PLAN BANK BOOK ]PAYS Find the words in the puzzle. Then look for each word in this week's Kid Scoop stories and activities. S AM I STAKES HY P A R E N T V G T S E R E T N I D N NB AN K U A P E 1 O I KOO B L A.P V MNGC LM P YO A LAC HO R E S S S LAWA R D H T I W BAL ANC E S T N Standards Link: Letter sequencing, Recognized identical words. Skim and scan reading. Recall spelling pattems. Small to Large Find six amounts of money in today's paper. Look at the advertisements and news articles, too. Cut them out and glue them onto a piece of paper from smallest value to largest value. Standards Link: Research: Use the newspaper to locate information Think of your best exaggeration. For example: Our Thanksgiving turkey was so big that we couldn't fit it through the door. 50. He buys one each time his family shops, which is usually three times a week. Evan earns $3.00 a week pulling weeds in his neighbor's yard, so he spends half of his n~ money each week on ~ stickers and saves the rest in his piggy bank. This week, the grocery store replaced the old sticker machine with a brand new one.The stickers are bigger, but they cost S 1.00 each. If he buys three, he'll spend all his money every week. Q: What should Evan do to keep saving some money each week? A: Bike Lane Pain ~Qe Maria walks and feeds her ~1~ Aunt Meredith's dog, Zinger, every day after school. Maria gets $2.OO per day for taking such good care of Zinger. Maria wants a new bike that costs $75. If she saved all her money each week, she could buythe bike in about two months. ~~ But Maria down- ~~ loads musicfrom i her favorite bands ~' at $i.30 per song a couple times a ~, week. She also ""--'~"~--" " buys a smoothie for $3.95 on Saturdays with her friend Katie. Sometimes they go to a movie, which costs $7.00 per ticket. Q: What advice would ~ou give Maria about ow to reach her goal of buying that new bike? A: +