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Big man makes appearance in Buda and Kyle. - Page 1C Hays Free Press December 8, 2010 , Page 3B LUNCH MENUS II Hays CISD lunch menus for December 10-16 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 12/10 Cheese pizza Beef/bean burrito Baked breaded chicken Ham/cheese sub sandwich Broccoli Normandy Monday, 12/13 Swedish meatballs . Cheesy enchiladas BBQ chicken Ham/cheese wrap Peas/carrots Tuesday, 12/14 .Beef stir fry/brown rice Bean/cheese tostadas Chicken Alfredo BBQ dipper sandwich Steamed broccoli Wednesday, 12/15 Cheese pizza Beef/bean enchiladas Meatloaf/mashed potatoes Garden salad Green beans Thursday, 12/16 Baked chicken Sweet-n-sour chicken Corn dog Grilled cheese sandwich Corn MIDDLE SCHOOL Fresh fruit and vegetable bar available daily Friday, 12/10 Chicken tostadas BBQ beef sliders Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or BBQ chicken pizza Steamed broccoli Monday, 12/13 Swedish meatballs Grilled cheese sandwich Chicken patty sandwich Cheeseburger Cheese or pepperoni pizza Italian style vegetables Tuesday, 12/14 Beef stir fry/brown rice Chicken Alfredo Bean/cheese tostadas BBQ beef sandwich Cheeseburger Steamed broccoli Wednesday, 12/15 Meatloaf/mashed potatoes Baked BBQ chicken Hamburger or cheeseburger Cheese or ham pizza Peas/carrots Thursday, 12/16 Rotisserie chicken Beef/bean enchiladas Corn dog Cheeseburger Garden salad Green beans HIGH SCHOOL Luigi's Eatery, Gourmet Greens, Adobe Grill, Ballpark Classics, The Dell offer daily pizza, fresh salads, Mexican, burgers, subs to order, fresh fruit and veggie bar Friday, 12/10 Rosemary chicken Bean/cheese taco Corn dog Chicken spaghetti Orange chicken Monday, 12/13 BBQ chicken Bean/cheese tostada Chili dog Beefy macaroni Beef stir fry Tuesday, 12/14 Swedish meatballs Crispy chicken taco BBQ sandwich Chicken Alfredo Vegetable Io mein Wednesday, 12/15 Hamburger or cheeseburger Spicy chicken sandwich Dell sub sandwich Fries/chips Thursday, 12/16 Hamburger or cheeseburger Spicy chicken sandwich Dell sub sandwich Fries/chips Simon Middle School seventh-grader Joshua Waylon Hamill, a member of Scout Troop 125, has recently provided extensive his long-time campus home, Fuentes Elementary School, as a portion of his First Class Scout advancement requirements. PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN community service to BY CORNELIA MCQUAGE our gratitude toward Joshua Waylon Hamill, one of your members, for all his Special to the Hays Free Press help to us. Young Mr. Hamill recently spent several days moving a great Troop 125 boy scout Joshua Waylon number of landscaping stones fxom Hamill has been working hard recently the front of our school to the back. His at his one-time campus, Fuentes El- efforts in performing this arduous and ementary School, even though he is a time-consuming task have not only seventh-grader at Simon Middle School. improved our school's appearar~ce, but Joshua has been helping beautify our have made the front drive a safer place school by weeding gardens and moving for the landscaping crew to worlk." landscaping stones from one area of the Butcher concludes her appreciative campus to another, remarks by congratulating Joshua's Fuentes Principal Gina Butcher scoutmaster on having "such a great wrote in a letter to Joshua's scout representative of your organization." leader, "l am writing to you to express Joshua, who is working on the com- munity service portion of his First Class rank requirements, has cleared out three garden beds behind Fuentes El- ementary, bagged weeds and turned soil so that students can plant their gardens. He chose Susie T. Fuentes Elementary to provide service hours for his community to express his love and admiration for the school and his past teachers. He is among the first class of students to have attended Fuentes from Pre-K through fifth gra(ie. The ehtire Fuentes Elementary School family extends heartfelt thanks to soon- to-be First Class Scout Joshua Waylon Hamill. Colts promote awareness Students at Carpenter Hill Elementary observed "Texas Recycles Day" recently by "wearing of the green" to increase environ- mental awareness and pro- mote the "reduce, re-use, recycle" theme. The PTA's environmental committee, CHES Green Team, and the Student Council sponsored the school-wide effort. Showing their green are 2nd-graders from Kacee Lambright's class (back, left to right) Ivy Crumley, Ashley Vaughan; (front, left to right) Isabella Elizondo, Amy Doherty, Maia Vollbrecht, Brooke Sheely, Ava Turner and Mackenzie Salazar. COURTESY PHOTO College and career-based educa- tional programs can be expen: sive, but a wonderful investment toward a bright and prosperous future. Following high school graduation, stu- dents may pursue a bachelor's degree program with a four-year university, an associate's degree or certification with a community college or other career- based programs. When pursuing a career path beyond high school, you will need some financial resources. A great place to start this process is the financial aid office at your chosen educational institution. This office will provide in- formation about all financial resources available to you. One of the most popular options for financial aid is completing the online COUNSELOR'S CORNER Free Application for Federal Student Assistance or FAFSA application. Visit the FAFSA website, www.fafsa.ed.:gov for additional information. The very first step in this process is to secure a PIN number for the student and at least one parent. Keep this PIN number handy because this number will serve as the reference number for all future corre- spondence. You can refer to the FAFSA worksheet to see the types of questions and information you must provide to complete this online application pro- cess. You may submit the FAFSA online application beginning January 1. If your student ranks in the top 10 percent of the graduating class, the FAFSA online application should be completed by March 1. Other seniors need to com- plete this online application by March 31. This application process will require that you provide income tax informa- tion, so please secure yourW-2 and your student's W-2 information as soon as possible. Young men who are 18 years or older must register for the selective service in order to receive/qualify for federal aid. To register for the select/re service, visit www.sss.gov SCHOOL BRIEFS Holiday for Seniors dinner The annual Hays CISD Holiday for Seniors is scheduled for tomorrow evening, Thursday, Dec. 9, 5:30 p.m., at the Performing Arts Center. Senior citizens who live in Hays CISD are invited to dinner and a holiday concert by the Lehman High School Band. Admission is free. Please R.S.V.P at 268-2141. Bus transportation will be avail- able at 5:15 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Kyle and Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Buda to provide transportation to and from the event. Hays Winter Follies Sunday Another cherished local school tradition runs this Sunday, Dec. 12, at the Hays CISD Performing Arts Center. The Hays Winter Follies are scheduled to feature bands from Barton Middle School, Dablstrom Middle School and Hays High School. Barton opens the day's program at 1:30 p.m. with a performance by the 6th grade band. The Bobcat Symphonic Band, then the Barton Wind l~nsemble follow in order. Dahlstrom's 6th grade band performs at 3:30 p.m., fol- lowed, in order, by the Mus- tangs' Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble. The Hays High School Wind F.nsemble performs at 5:30 p.m., followed by the Rebel Symphonic Band II at 6:10 p.m. and the Symphonic Band I at 6:35 p.m. Nine local elementary campus choirs and the Children's Honor Choir of- fer their Christmas Concert next Tuesday, Dec. 14, at the Performing Arts Center. The campuses are actually divided into two programs, the first from 5:30-6:30 p.m. and featuring choirs from Blanco Vi.sta Elementary, Science Hall Elementary, Fuentes Elementary and Camino Real Elementary. Sarah Martinez and Monika Matthes-directed Children's Honor Choir will follow. From 7-8 p.m. choirs from Carpenter Hill Elementary, Kyle Elementary, Tobias El- ementary, Negley Elemen- tary and Hemphill Elemen- tarywill perform. The concerts are free and the "public is warmly invited. Choir students chosen as Three Hays CISD high school choral students were recently selected as alternates in the auditions to advance to Area Choir competition. Lehman High School's Kenny McCardle and Katherine Arredondo received the honor, as did Hays High School's Arianna Martinez. Rangers rock food hank We continue to get news of the Hays CISD support of the Hays County Food Bank's Turkeys Tackling See SCHOOL BRIEFS, pg. 4B FARMERS Debbie Thames Insurance Agency AUTO HOME LIFE BOAT HEALTH 251 N. FM 1626.#2C Buda, TX 78610 Office: (512) 312-1917 Fax: 312-0688 Email: dvthames cg austin.rr.com Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Four Business & Referrals Are Appreciated Kyle Animal Hospital I00 HaLt Professional Center 268-5003 www. KyleVcet.corn NEW! VACCINE CLINIC - SATURDAYS (Catt or visit website for dates l& details) J ADWARE SPYWARE MALWARE VIRUSES On-Site Removal (requires broadband internet access) Norton Internet Security and Anti- Jirus 2010 Mlr. Rebates Available to Previous Owners k