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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2009 Mayor Smith proclaims April 17 as RVT Students of the Week R.V. Traylor Elementary School Students of the Week for the week of March 9, 2009, were (back) Madison Miller, Martin Jasso, Katie Martinez, Brandin Romero, (front)Tobias Cruz, Emily Arambula, Angel Sifuentes and Seth Ausbern. Not pictured was Gabriela Ford. Counseling Corner Courtesy photo Stress doesn't have to be a,, negative By the AMERICAN COUNSEL- Stress, even so'called bad ative, or maybe become very ING ASSOCIATION Think you've got a lot of stress in your life? Well, welcome to the club. In today's hectic world and troubled economy, stress is a part of everyone's life. And while it's true that stress that comes with certain events, such as buying a house, chang- ing jobs or the loss of a loved one, can affect your health and even your life span, the reality is that stress, has the potential to moti- vate us, to help us focus and to provide imPortant information about ourselves. The key is to learn how to respond to stress and to make the most of it. One starting point is to ana- lyze how stress affects.you. When you feel stressed, monitor how you're reacting. Do you get irri- tated with others, feel physically tense or develop a headache? Per- not all stress has to be damaging, haps you get jumpy or very talk- N M students to benefit rom federal AP grant Submitted by SEN. JEFF BINGAMANIWashington, DC 'U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman has reported today that the New Mexico Public Education De- partm'ent has been awarded $98,800 in federal funds to help students pay for Advanced Place- ment (AP) tests. Funding. was awarded through the U.S. Department of Education and will make it pos- Dementia support group to meet Saturday A Dementia Clients and Caregivers support group meet- ing will be held in the First Pres- byterian Church at 1915 North Swan Street in Silver City on Sat- urday, March 14, 2009, at 1:00 p.m. Suzane Thomas, owner of Desert Springs Physical Therapy, will speak about "Your Pain and Your Thinking Ability". A short piano musical presentation by Jack Moody will begin the meet- ing. Refreshments will be erved and the public is invited to attend. For more information contact Ron Wolhart at 575-574-7024. sible for the state to-help low-in- come students pay for all or por- tions of the fees for AP or Interna- tional Baccalaureate (iB) tests. The $98,800 will make it pos- sible to help pay for 3,800 AP tests in the state. Bingaman is the au- thor of legislation that created the AP Test Fee program. "The Adwnced Pla, cJqt program helps:high Chbdl gtU- dents get a jump on theircollege education. But test fees can be a major barrier for students This funding will help ensure that cost will not stand in the way of stu- dents benefitting from AP pro- grams," Bingaman said. The AP program, adminis- tered by the College Board, is an internationally recognized set of approximately 30 rigorous courses in subjects ranging from history to chemistry. The classes are taught to high-school stu- dents at their schools by specially trained teachers. Students can, obtain college credit for an AP course by passing a standardized exam. Bingaman is a strong sup- porter of the AP program and has been at the forefront of efforts to expand the program to more dis- advantaged students -- by help- ing states lower exam fees and train more teachers -- and fought to make sure that the AP program was an essential component of No Child Left Behind. [ I' Lic. #85219 TRIPLE T PLUMBING  BACKHOE INC. Tommy Chavez Free Estimates * Quafity Service Commercial & Residential Plumbing * SepticSystems Sewer Unclogging & Cleaning * Sprinkler Systems Gas Piping * Water Heaters * Mobile Home Hookups 200 Ben Hogan Office: 575-542-315: Lordsburg, NM 88045 Cell: 575-469-5919 A,T, DISPOSAL, INC,,  r )'our ResidentM & Commercial needs PO Box 177 Lordsburg, NM 88045 Phone: 575-542-8708 Fax: 575-542-8706 ail: atdisposalinc fg hotmail.com I quiet and listless? Once you see what stress does to you, look for ways to better handle your reaction. If your stress seems to give you energy, try to channel it in appropriate directions. Step away from the stress-inducing event and use you energy productively. Take a walk, do some gardening or find other ph,sical activity that will redirect some of that stress-in- duced energy. If stress, however, seems to sap your energy, then take time to rest and get back on track. Try a few minutes of meditation, or something relaxing like reading or listening to music: Try finding a pleasant activity rather than just facing the unpleasant reactions stress can bring. As you learn to handle your stress, you also want to reflect upon why you're feeling stressed to begin with. Start writing down situations and activities that prompt stressful feelings for you. S yoU' develop sucfi !it'S, try to a/Icz!tti fears tl/fit'fi!bri neath these stressful situations. In identifying such situations you may find the fears are unfounded, or that the situations can often be avoided or minimized. Responding to and manag- ing stress takes work, but your goal is understanding what stress is telliag you in order to changes for a more positive and less stress- ful you. However, if you find that stress is overwhelming you and that your efforts aren't minimiz- ing its affects, then look for pro- fessional help. A counseling pro- fessional can offer stress manage- ment tools to help reduce stress levels and allow you to use your stress for more positive outcomes. "The Counseling Corner" is provided as a public service by the American Counseling Asso- ciation, the nation's largest or- ganization of counseling profes- sionals. Learn more about the counseling profession at the ACA web site, www.counseling.org. "Tribute to Tc00z00cher Excellence Day" Courtesy submission Mayor Arthur Clark Smith has proclaimed April 17 in the City of Lordsburg as "Golden Apple Tribute to Teacher Excel- lence Day." On this day in Albu- querque, seven middle school teachers from around the state will be recognized with the Golden Apple Award from the Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico. At the Tribute to Teacher Excellence celebration in Albu- querque, all teachers will be rec- ognized and honored for the very important work they do in all our classrooms, helping to prepa:e New Mexico's children for suc- cess in life and inspiring them for lifelong learning. Studies continue to show the most important influence on stu- dent learning is the quality of the classroom teacher. Because of the impact quality teaching has on the future success of New Mexico's children, Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico is dedicated to the mission of rec- ognizing, recruiting and provi d - ing professional development for classroom teachers. Golden Apple Award-win- ning teachers are committed not only to excellence in their own classrooms but also to working hands on with new and aspiring teachers through the Golden Apple Scholars Program. The Scholars Program enhances teacher preparation with a com- prehensive program designed to equip aspiring teachers with tools for success in college and for be- ginning their careers. Each sum- mer, 50 New Mexico high school graduates take part in the first of teachers. In the summer of 2009, Golden Apple will invite its third class of 50 Scholars from across the state to join 65 Scholars from 2007 and 2008 to begin their preparation toward becoming quality classroom teachers. For this reason, Mayor Smith, in proclaiming April 17 as "Tribute to Teacher Excellence Day" is calling on all the people of the City.of Lordsburg to honor five summer institutes of rigorous our community's teachers and to preparation toward becoming the thank tlaem for the difference they next generation of outstanding make in our children's lives. P Keep Moving, Keep Healthy Submitted by TAMMY DUNLAP/Hidalgo Cooperative Extension Ser- vice, Program Assistant KICK-OFF Spring with better health! Monday, March 23 5:00 to 7:00 pm, Hidalgo County Complex, Conference Room,.,524 E. DeMoss, Lordsburg Joslin Diabetes Center, Hidalgo Cooperative Extension Service and Hidalgo Medical Services in conjunction with Diabetes Alert Day sponsor this Free program. Recipient s will receive exercise DVD, resistance Bands, measur- ing tape, A-1 C Blood sugar test and cholesterol tests. Two more follow-up meetings will take place April 21 and July 20, same time, same place. Suggestions: Eat a simple low-fat breakfast and lunch, wear com- fortable clothes and good tennis shoes. Refreshments will be provided! So come on, keep moving, keep healthy!! First 20 to show up will receive the free stuff! For more information call 575-542-9291 Lordsburg Sch,00,)ls lunch, breakfast menu Monday, March 16 Wednesday, March 18 Breakfast " No School-Parent Teacher Con- Pancakes w/Syrup ference Day Asst: Juice Thursday, March 19 Lunch Breakfast Ham & Cheese Hoagie Peanut Butter & Jelly French Fries Uncrustables Lettuce/Tomato/Pickles Asst. Juice Fruit Cocktail Luncfi ! Tuesday, March 17 Iqamburger Bre.akfast Curly Fries Pop Tarts Oatmeal Asst. Juice Lunch Chicken Nuggets Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy Green Beans School Roll Peaches Lettuces/Tomato/Pickles Apple Friday, March 20 Breakfast French Toast w/Syrup Asst. Juice Lunch Pizza Max Sticks Garden Salad w/Dressing Sherbert' i A,vertsn, nthe 00,Hidalgo County fHERALD easier than ever! Southside Students of the Week Southside Elementary School Students of the Week for March 2, 2009 were Gabriella Artiaga, Cecilia Acosta, Eduardo Reyes and Arrian Gonzalez. 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