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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2010 School Level In Service Lordsburg Municipal School teachers and administrators had eariy release on Wednesday, January 13 th. EVeCy month the schools have early release for School Level In Service. The teachers partici- pated in a professional development half day during this time. Each school has issues and training needs specific to their students. Southside and Central Elementary Schools collaborated to discuss teaching strategies specific to the learning needs of their students.The School Level In Service is a valuable time that is used to plan. All schools are focused on strategies to support student learning and performance which will impact the result of the New Mexico Standards Based Assessment and student learning. The testing window for the New Mexico Standards Based Assessment will be March 22 through April 16 th. Courtesy photo American Cancer Society OTTer scno=arships to young New Mexico cancer survivors Submitted by ACS/Albuquerque There are very few times in a person's life more traumatic than the day they hear the words: "You have cancer." In an instant, their lives turn upside down and they are faced with a myriad of deci- sions, questions and fears. Now imagine hearing those words and being a young child who's only concerns should be too much homework or if the weekend will ever get here. For those young people who have gone through the trauma of a cancer diagnosis, the American Cancer Society has developed a program that will take some of the concern from their shoulders as they approach their college years. The Society's "Cancer Survivor College Scholarship Program" is designed to help students who have been diagnosed with can- cer pay for part of their tuition. The Cancer Survivor Col- lege Scholarship Program is de- signed to provide financial assis- tance for young cancer survivors as they pursue their post second- ary education. The possible life- time award is for up to $10,000 per student, offered in increments of $2,500 per academic year. Applications from qualified New Mexico students are being Lordsburg Schools breakfast, lunch menu Monday, January 25 Breakfast French Toast w/Syrup Sausage Patty Asst. Juice Lunch Chicken Tenders Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy Mixed Vegetables , School Roll Tropical Fruit Tuesday, January 26 Breakfast Pop Tarts Oatmeal Asst. Juice Lunch Lasagna Garden Salad w/Dressing School Roll Fresh Fruit Wednesday, January 27 Breakfast NM Breakfast Burrito Salsa Asst. Juice Lunch Chicken Fajitas Corn Tossed Salad Salsa Cherry Crisp Thursday, January 28 Breakfast Sausage on a Stick w/Syrup Applesauce Cup Asst. Juice Lunch Meat & Potato Burrito Spanish Rice Tossed Salad Salsa Fresh Fruit Friday, January 29 Breakfast Sausage Patty & Biscuit Jelly Asst. Juice Lunch Pizza Max Stix Garden Salad w/Dressing Mandarin Oranges ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING CHUCK McGHEE DAMCO 400 E. 10th Street Lordsburg, NM 88045 575-590-0346 Lic#17,710 RESIDENTIAL + COMMERCIAL + INDUSTRIAL accepted now through Feb. 26, 2010. Application packets can be obtained by calling 866-500- 3272 or 1-800-ACS-2345. The scholarships may be used for enrollment and atten- dance tuition, fees, and books re- quired for course instruction at an accredited college, university, community college, or voca- tional/technical school. To be eligible to apply for the scholarships, the students must be cancer survivors diag- nosed before the age of 21 and age 25 Or younger at the time of submitting the application, graduating from a high school and/or continuing college in the upcoming school year, a U.S. citizen and resident of New Insurance Claims * Expert Color Match Fiberglass Repair Buffing Detailing All Makes, All Models (indudi,g m0torcycles) 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 I=i accept hlMastercard & .Animas, New Mexico 88020 (575) 548-2429 NM License #WDB06 ' "  AZ License #WD676  AZ ROC Category # C-53 Mexico, have a 2.5 GPA, and will be a full time student: If selected to receive a scholarshi p, the money will be awarded in May, 2010. Past scholarship winners need to reapply for the scholarship each year. The American Cancer So- ciety saves lives by helping people stay well by preventing cancer or detecting it early; helping people get well by be- ing there for them during and after a cancer diagnosis; by find- ing cures through investment in groundbreaking discovery; and by fighting back by rallying lawmakers to pass laws to de- feat cancer and encourage com- munities worldwide to join the fight. As a result, more than 11 million people in America who have had cancer and countless more who have avoided it will be celebrating birthdays this year. To learn more about us or to get help, call us anytime, day or night, at 1-800-227-2345 or visit cancer.org. Animas Scho(,ms honor roll released All A FIRST Trace Jackson AngaLeena Jarvis Sierra Manos Bailey Massey SECOND Ryan Estrada Zachary Juarez Jocelyn Laborin Cap Massey Jocelyn Massey Jaiden Ybarra THIRD Athena Kvamme Lindsey Massey Xavier Schartz Tierney Washburn RybeccaWebster FOURTH Seriah Gore Desirea Juarez Elizabeth Mendoza FIFTH Rayce Wagley SIXTH Shannon Choate Gage Massey Kelsey Shelton SEVENTH Esmeralda Bajo EIGHTH Henry Bender FRESHMEN CarolinaBajo Steven Mitchell Winter Ball set for February 6 The Bootheel Youth Asso- ciation will host a Winter Ball at the Special Events Center on Sat- urday, February 6, 2010, from 9 PM to 1 AM. The Winter Ball is free of charge and will feature music, snacks, fun and drug-free infor- mation. Formal attire is encouraged. For more information call BYA at 575-542-3908. SOPHOMORE Peyton Downs Chelsea Rodriguez JUNIOR Charming Moore Merrilee Richardson Elizabeth Richins SENIOR Katherine Ca.valiere Marissa Elias Remington Hurt Joli O'Byrn Tarran Trotter A&B FIRST Rachel Estrada Elijah Hernandez Dominick Needham Helena Ramirez Xayden Schartz Coy Wagley Arwen Kvamme SECOND Orin Offutt Richard Pavis THIRD Brenda Elias Zachary Gomez Johnny Holder Amie Manos Tell Swirl Ty Wagley FOURTH Penne Duncan Brian Garcia Britney Gibson Chance Kipp Heather Klump Michelle Mitchell Cody Moore FIFTH Christopher Deardeuff Tiana Gibson Gilbert Graham Brian Mashak Jade Massey Emma McDonald Daymn Mitchell Jaycee Offutt Troy Pompeo Brandy Roark SIXTH Logan Klump Wyatt Mendez Braiden Washburn Zachary Winkler SEVENTH Eathen Benner Brittney Hoffman Tommy Holder Anjuli Kvamme Emily Needham Rayan Peterson Dallas Pompeo FRESHMEN Carla Castillo Mikenzie Choate Garrett Massey Joseph Mills Marlana Moore Johnny Parke Samantha Romero Stacie Shellon Emily Vigil SOPHOMORE Denisse Cuevas Amanda Holder Karina Sarellano Rachel Stone JUNIOR Rogelio Elias Nidia Nieblas Kayla Shelton Maribel Urrea SENIOR Michael Barentine Allen Noakes Valerie Ramirez Gerardo Reyes Starla Richins Jaime Robles Sandra Veleta LMS principals attend trainin On Friday, January 15, 2010 Lordsburg Municipal School principals attended training on the Educational Plan for Student Success, The district and each school are required to write a plan to support student learning and teacher instruction. The EPSS plan must revised based on the data that the schools and the district have collected over the course of the year. The revision of the EPSS ,is due to the Public Education Dep.artment in February. If you are interested in the EPSS plan they are available at each school. RVT Students of the Week " R.V. Traylor Elementary School's Students of the Week for the week of January 19, 2010 were (back) Anisa Sanchez, Artie Romero, Brooklyn Romero, Destiny Villa, Keanna Haynes, (front) Renee Kennedy, Roman Gonzales, Alicia Jaquez and Madisyn Miller. Courtesy photo Thomas Guerra Attorney At Law (575) 546-3298 (575) 546-5938 tguerral@qwestoffice.net 117 East Spruce Street Deming, New Mexico 88030 I B,OOTH L] ACCOUNTING SERVIC E" Bookeeping. Bill Paying. Payroll. ,.-. 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Railway Ave Cell 575-574-22.57 Lordsburg, NM 88045 License #93832 NM Lic# 8157O AZLie# 1477T ELBROCK WATER SYSTEMS, LLC General Contractors *Pump & Windmill repair & installation *Septic Systems serviced & installed *Metal Building construction *Roofing & Concrete work West Highway 9 Edward Elbrock PO Box 5O 575-548-2429 Animas, NM 88020 Cell 575-538-1812 We now accept Mastercard & Visa A,T, DISPOSAL, INC, or your Residential & CommercM needs PO Box 177 ' Lordsburg, NM 88045 Phone: 575-542-8708 - all: a i p {5,  ii5n4c2(Bh7o0t ,6n a i 1. c o m D & MTAX SERVICE Let Us Save You $$$ Individuals, Families,, Businesses ............ $45 $50 $125 & Up 2o Years Plus Sales Tax * Out-of-State Forms Add $20 EXperience! Direct Deposit & On.Line Filing Duane Br0jer Marilyn $elleck 542.8701 542.9181 * 575.574-5412