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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010 Central Students of the Week Students of the Week at Central Elementary School for the week of February 16, 2010 were Brandon Strain, Caleb May, Jade Wilds, Jermaine Estrada and Isis Salyers. Courtesy photo Southside Students of the Week Southside Elementary School Students of the Week for the week of February 8, 2010 were Michael Hernandez, Alex Estrada, Marina Montez and Adrian Miranda. Courtesy photo Lordsburg Schools breakfast, lunch menu Monday, February 22 Breakfast French Toast Sausage Patty Asst. Juice Lunch Spaghetti w/Sauce Garden Salad w/Dressing School Roll LMS counselors offer support and more The LMS Counseling team will be submitting monthly ar- ticles to aid parents and caregivers in addressing various issues that may be affecting their children. We will be offering in formation on topics such as internet and cell phone safety, coping skills, dating and relation- ships, conflict resolution and maintaining academic skills over the summer. We welcome input and sug- gestions on other topics of con- cern from parents and caregivers. To offer suggestions please con- tact the counselor at your child's school. Fresh Fruit Tuesday, February 23 Breakfast Bacon Burrito Salsa Packet. Asst. Juice Lunch Corn Chip Pie Corn Tossed Salad Peach Crisp Wednesday, February 24 Breakfast Sausage on a Stick w/Syrup Asst. Juice Lunch Hamburger--Elementary Red Chili w/Chicken--Middle & High Spanish Rice Flour Tortilla Tossed Salad Orange Wedges Thursday, February 25 Breakfast Ham & Cheese Hot Pocket Asst. Juice Lunch Asian Chicken White Rice Oriental Vegetables Breadstick Fortune Cookie Pineapple Tidbits Friday, February 26 NO SCHOOL.DISTRICT IN- SERVICE APS hosting History Fair ;eb. 22 By ELIZABETH RICHINS/: Hidalgo County Herald It's thit time of year again! History Fair is right around the corner for Animas Middle School and High School students. This year, the theme for History Fair is "Innovation: Impact and Change". Middle School and High School students alike have been putting together boards, skits, w.ebsites, research papers, and even documentaries to enter into the History Fair. The local His- tory Fair will be held on Mon- day, February 22, in the AHS caf- eteria/auditorium. Judges will be invited in tO look at each entry, and decide who gets to move onto Regional Competition, which will be held in Las Cruces. All are, invited to attend on February 22 to look at all the interesting ex- hibits that the students have been working so hard on. Kayla Newell chosen for 2010 National Leadership (;00)nference in Indianapolis By DENETTE MORAILHS LHS Junior, Kayla Newell, has been chosen to attend ana - tional leadership conference hosted by the National Federa- tion of State High School Asso- ciations. "It's really great .that Lordsburg High School has a stu- dent representative at a national conference,, said history teacher, Phyllis McDonald. "This shows our students that even someone from a small town can make it at the national level, and it lets people from other, bigger places know about our community." New Mexico Athletics Asso- ciation encourages students to take part in as many activities as possible during their years in school, especially interscholastic activities out of the classroom. NMAA is a member of the Na- tional Federation Of State High School Associations which is put- ting on the leadership conference., Students chosen demon- strated all their hard work by writ- ing an essay about how many ac- Tobosa Belles to awardt00v(00 scholarships Tobosa Belles, the local " chapter of the New Mexico Cowbelles, will be awarding two scholarships in May. An appli- cant must be a graduating senior or continuing student who is from a Hidalgo County High School or a resident of.Hidalgo County. An applicant must be from an agricultural background or pur- suing a career in an agriculturally related field. Applications and additiona.1 information are available at Lordsburg, Animas and Duncan High Schools and at Western Bank. The deadline for submit- ting applications is April'15. For rrore information contact Teri Wright at 575-542-9746. tivities they had participated in and how leadership is important in all areas. Six del- egates and six alter- nates were chosen to represent New Mexico. This year, the six New Mexico delegates came from Eldorado High School, Eunice High School, Carrizozo High School, Las Cruces High School, Taos High School, and Lordsburg High School. Kayla Newell Kayla was also chosen as an alternate for this conference. "i'm very ex- cited to attend the NFHS conference, and I hope I will be able to bring back to the high school, the skills I learn at the confer- ence", said Newell. These stu- dents travel to In- dianapolis, Indi- ana in July to spend a week to learn about leadership skills. It is Newell was chosen to be adel- truly an achievement tohave stu- egate and attend the conference, dents selected from Lordsburg Kayla was one of six out of thirty High School. These students will total nominees from New be putting Lordsburg on the map. Mexico. Sophomore, Riley Allen,. AHS Americorps taking collection to send to Haiti Submitted by ELIZABETH RICHINSlHida/go County Herald Many of you know of the tragedies that occurred in Haiti. Want to help out? Now you can. The Americorps kids of Animas High School are putting together a "Change Drive" to help collect money to send to Haiti. Cans have been placed in each class- room for students to bring their change and help make a differ- ence in the lives of those suffer- ing in Haiti. Also, the Americorps kids are putting together hygiene kits that will be sent to Haiti. Stu- dents are being asked to bring the following items to go into the kits: 2 unbreakable combs (no sharp handles), 4 toothbrushes (packaged), I tube of toothpaste (6-8 ounces, no pumps), 2 bars of soap (approximately 3.5=5 ounces), 2 hand towels (see hand towel guidelines below) Place items in a heavy-duty, one-gallon sealable bag. Remove the air be- fore sealing. Hand Towels (for Hygiene Kit) Use new 15-inch by 25-inch hand towels. Please do not use dish towels or wash- 'cloths. Hand towels may also be sewn. To sew towels, use terry cloth to make 15-inch by 25-inch hand towels. Serge or zigzag edges securely to prevent fraying. Students may bring one or more of the previous items to go into a kit, or they can put together a kit themselves at home and bring it if they want. If you would like .to help those in Haiti by donating money or a hygiene kit, you can drop items or money off at the Animas High School Office. You can also contact Melody Richins at (575) 548-2387 for more information on how to help out. ELECT SALVADOR DIAZ, JR. MaYOr, City of Lordsbur RVT Students of the Week R.V. Traylor Elementary School Students of the Week for the week of February 16, 2010 were (back) Adriel Jacquez, James Cuevas, Caitlin Brennan, (front) Cory Santoyo, Micheal Hernandez and Anisa Sanchez. Not pictured were Aleesandra Valdez, Pablo Aguilera and Ricky Estrada. 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