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.4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2010 Central All A Students All A honor Roll students at CentralElementary for the secbnd nine week grading period wereTaylor Gandara,.Ashley Arambula, Maya Olivas and Cecilia Acosta. i Courtesy photo Central Elementary 00cr, ee WHAT A CHILD LEARNS ABOUT VIOLENCE A CHILD LEARNS FOR LIFE. Second Nine Weeks 2009-2010 5th Grade Mrs. Montes' Class All A's none A's & B's Alejandro Estrada Clarissa Garcia Natividad Gomez Gabriel Granado Angela Gray Sarahi Hernandez Brianna McDonald Gabriella Olivas John Plowman 5th Grade Mrs. lbarra's Class All A's Cecilia Acosta Ashley Arambula Maya Olivas A's & B's Jacob Esquivel Brianna Mmitoya Vanessa Pantoja Randy Rodriguez Jose Saiz Raymond saucedo 5th Grade Mrs. Grijalva's Class A's& B's Alex Bennefield Vivianna Gutierrez Cameron Hernandez Jasmine Torres 6tb Grade Mr. Gordon's Class All A's none A's & B's Kayci Alvarez Veronica Eckert Lorena Gandarilla Orion Moreno Honorable Mention Marco Arvizo Jonathon Cruz Ramon Retana Julia Roderick Isis Salyers Semester 1 All A's Orion Moreno ,A&B .... Kayci Alvarez Marco Arvizo Jonathon Cruz Veronica Eckert Lorena Gandarilla Julia Roderick Honorable Mention LordsburgSchoois .................... breakfast lunch mbfiu .... Y Monday, January 11 Breakfast Quesadilla Salsa Packet Asst. Juice Lunch Ham & Cheese on a Bun Corn Chips Lettuce/Tomato Chilled Pears Tuesday, January 12 Breakfast Sausage on a Stick w/Syrup Asst. Juice Lunch Chicken Tacos w/CheeSe Spanish Rice Tossed Salad Salsa Fresh Fuit Wednesday, January 13 Breakfast Chorizo Burrito Asst. Juice Lunch Corn Dog Pork & Beans Garden Salad String Cheese Banana Pudding Thursday, January 14 Breakfast Breakfast Pizza Asst. Juice Lunch ' Turkey Gravy over Mashed Pota- toes Mixed Vegetables School Roll Pumpkin Cake w/Topping Friday, January 15 Breakfast Sausage Patty & Biscuit .Jelly Asst. Juice Lunch Pizza Max STix Garden Salad w/Dressing Pineapple Tidbits ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING CHUCK McGHEE DAMCO 400 E. 10th Street Lordsburg, NM 88045 575-590-0346 Lic#17,710 RESIDENTIAL + COMMERCIAL"+ INDUSTRIAL i 00.uality BODY & PAINT Insurance Claims Expert Color Match Fiberglass Repair Buffing Detailing All Makes, All Models (including motorcycles) FREE Estimates Lou Montenegro Wabash Street (across from McDonald's) Lordsburg, NM 88045 Call 575-741-0791 ELBROCK DRILLING, LLC We now . P.O. Box 67 accept l[Mastercard & Animas, New 88020 Mexico (575) 548-2429 ."J NM License #WD806 L ' J '. . AZ License #WD676  AZ ROC Category # C-53 I Honor Roll Isis Salyers 6th Grade Mr. Acosta's Class All A's Taylor Gandara A's & B's Micayla Chavez Emily Dominguez Jennifer Gonzalez Michael Tarango Dakota Ulibarri Semester 1 All A Taylor Gandara A's & B's Micayla Chavez Emily Dominguez Jennifer Gonzalez Kaitlin Hackworth Emma Salinas Brandon Strain , Michael Tarango Dakota Ulibarri Bookmobile West to visit Hidalgo County The New Mexico State Li- brary Rural Bookmobile West Will be Visiting Hidalgo County and surrounding areas on the fol- lowing dates: Thursday, January 28, Feb- ruary 11 and March 11 Rodeo Grocery/Caf6-2:O0 - 3:00 Animas Post Office-3:3O - 4:00 Hachita Food Mart-4:45 - 5:30 Rural Bookmobile West serves Catron, Cibola, Grant, Hidalgo, McKinley; Sierra, Socorro and Valencia Counties. The program is funded in part with a grant from the Insti- tute of Museum and Library Ser- vices which administers the Li- brary Services and Technology Act. The bookmobile vehicles are purchased with funding appro- priated by the New Mexico state legislature. Funds contributed by several counties support the book budget. NM awarded $5.1 million bonus for boosting children's health coverage enrollment Submitted by NM HUDISanta Fe The U.S. Health and Hu- man Services Department has announced New Mexico is one of nine states to receive a bonus for making significant progress in enrolling Uninsured children in a health coverage program through Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). New Mexico's bonus equals $5.1 million. "New Mexico has made sig- nificant improvements over the past few years to make it easier for children to get and keep health coverage through Med- icaid or CHIP, This bonus re- flects that hard work with nearly 316,000 children now covered," said Governor Bill Richardson. To receive the performance bonus, New Mexico had to meet two types of .performance goals set forth in the CHIP Reautho- rization Act (CHIPRA) statute. Most of the performance mea- sures New Mexico was already implementing, including a sig- nificant increase in Medicaid enrollment over the course of the .past year. Aye, ar-to-date MAPSTesting to b,. held at DTMS All DTMS students will be participating in the MAP testing on Monday and Tuesday, Janu- ary 11 and 12, 2010 during '1 ' and 2 "d period. The MAP results give teachers valuable information re- garding what students know and what they still need to work on. The DTMS staff would like to thank all parents/guardians for having their children in school regularly. Students perform best when they are in school every- day. comparison of children's cov- erage through Medicaid and CHIP shows a 5.7 percent in- crease. Since 2003 the percentL age of children covered through the two programs has increased by 20.7 percent. "Initiatives such as easier renewal by phone, fax, email or mail and using a joint applica- tion for both Medicaid and CHIP, are just a few Of the ways the Human Services Department has encouraged enrollment and retention of children participat- ing in the health coverage pro- grams," said Katie Falls, Human Services Department Secretary- designate. The federal bonus comes at a good time, as the Human Ser- vices Department is currently dealing with a Medicaid budget shortfall for the current budget year of approximately $40 mil- lion and a projected shortfall of more than $300 riaillion for State Fiscal Year 2011. In New Mexico children qualify for Medicaid or CHIP if the family's income is at or below 235 percent of the Fed- eral Poverty Level. For example a family of three with an an- nual income at or below $43,044, the children would qualify for coverage. Parents interested in enrolling their chil- dren in Medicaid or CHIP can call the Insure New Mexico/ Solutions Center at 1-888-997- 2583 or can get an application by visiting www.insurenewmexico.net. Homework help through BYA The BYA offers homework help for students on Tue, Wed, and Thu, from 4 pm to 8 pm. 'Bring your books and your as- signment and we can help you out! Just stop by our place at 7 th and Pyramid or you can call 575-542-3908 for more infor- mation.  Hidalgo County Learning Center: WNI00U WeelOy Word 2,', 575-542-3315 By BECKY ESTRADAIWNM Hidalgo County Learning Center has added two more classes to the spring schedule: Computer LitPC CMPS-111-20989 Thurs 6-8:45.PM Victor Ruiz Developmental Reading II DVSR-102 Fri 3-5:45 PM Ricci Montes CRN has not been created; will be available January 6, 2010 GED Classes are now being held at the Hidalgo Learning Center. Patricia Chavez may be reached at 542-3320. Classes wilt begin in January 201O. Students still have time to register for spring semester The offices will be closed for the holiday season from December 16, 2009 through January 5, 2010. Central Students of the Week Students of the Week at Central Elementary School for January 4, 2010, were Isaiah Torres, Jaime Artiaga, Joseph Gonzales, Zachary Pfaff and, not pictured, Isaiah Villa. Courtesy photo Thomas Guerra Attorney At Law (575) 546-3298 (575) 546-5938 tguerral@qwestoffice.net 117 East Spruce Street Derning, New Mexico 88030 i i i BOOTH L Ace NTING SERV! Bookeeping, Bill Paying, Payroll, c''," ' Financial Statements, Tax Returns \\;/g ,, X5 /)2 J 575-640-4917 My computer...--.) ,)  ( 643 Caprock Ranch Road " , - ,, /f'-- | or oltr3" _----- Virden, NM 88045-8041 . - --J I , t Carpet  Commercial  Stucco  Tile  Residential  Cement Work  Roofing  Block Work  Fences Consttuttion t00uitl)ep ; o{ .,4merita "Let us build your home." Jose Retana 320 w. 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