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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 2014 What one-to-one tutoring means to Hid= Igo County residents-it just better Sanchez receives WNMU art award Courtesy photo Students in Mrs.Walter's art class at Lordsburg High School displayed several of their pieces at the Regional High School Art Show at Western New Mexico University on March 29, 2014. LHS senior Jessica Sanchez was awarded a $400 prize for her black and white mask (above). Diana Ingalls Leyba to judge Members Only Show Submitted by GCAGISilver City The Grant County Art Guild is pleased to announce that the chosen judge for the 2014' Mem- bers Only Show is local artist and art instructor, Diana Ingalls Leyba. Diana was born in Georgetown, Guyana, raised in Philadelphia, Pa., and got her BFA at the Tyler School of Art, Temple Univer- sity. She relo- cated to Silver City in 1996 and works as an artist. Diana and operates Leyba and Ingalls Arts. This Sil- ver City business is a hub for the art community with art supplies, fine art and framing as well as art classes. Diana is also the director for the Youth Mural Program for the Mimbres Region Arts Council, working with area youth to pro- duce murals that teach students about the history and culture of their community through arts. While local youth are learning the satisfaction of beautifying their commu- nity, forty-five murals have been completed since the program's in- ception. Reflecting on her own art Diana says, "I'm a literal person and pick imag- Ingalls Leyba ery that evokes the universal in the personal or the sacred in the of the season. The Members Only Show opens with an artist recep- tion on Friday, May 2, at 5:30 p.m. at the Guild's Pines Altos Art Gallery in the historic Hearst Church, 14 Golden Avenue, Pines Altos. The public is cordially in- vited to come for refreshments, meet the Guild's artists and fine crafters and see who Diana has chosen as the Best in Show and other awards. Following the opening re- ception, The Members Only Show is open for viewing from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. on Friday, Sat- urday and Sunday through May 12. The Pines Altos Art Gallery is then open for the season for the same hours on the before-men- tioned days of the week, plus major holidays, through October By SHERRILYN ARREDONDO/ Director of Hidalgo County Lit- eracy Program In an article appearing in the previous edition of the Hidalgo County Herald, the saga began by relating the request to literacy programs such as the Hidalgo County Literacy Program (HELP) to submit written documents jus- tifying why one-to-one tutoring programs are successful and im- portant to the people available to such programs. Included in the body of the HCLP document sub- mitted was first hand testimony of the value of the one-to-one experience as experienced by the tutor. As relayed, One-to-One tu- toring is an incredibly valuable tool, and also one that quickly elevates the learning student to a feeling of empowered control. Such a student rapidly gains a greater sense of confidence and self-esteem, so enabled because a one-to-one tutor/learner rela- tionship puts each learner's edu- cational needs as the only focus of that relationship. As the only Focus, the student develops a sense of self-worth. As a student embraces the realization that only the learner can change the direc- tion of his/her life and that only he/she can do it, the tutor provides that student with learning mate- rials and tools to enable that change. A one-to-one tutor allows that student the tutor's undivided attention while presenting learn- ing challenges for continued growth to the student. A tutor must be a listener to be a successful tutor, As quoted by Ernest Hemingway, "I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully. Most people never listen." Each stu- dent comes from a different pri- vate life. Small and often very commonplace. Juxtaposing im- 5. Visitors are always welcome, subtle clues are dropped by a stu- ages, whether people or animals and admission is always free. dent during preliminary inter- or objects, sets up a dialogue to n be interpreted by the viewer?' The Grant County Art Guild is hon- ored to have Diana Ingalls Leyba as our judge for our opening show Lordsburg Schools views when joining HCLP. A lis- flourishes with teaching tools, tener will hear these clues and use not lectures; demonstration with them to develop a successful tu- presentation; and, example with torial direction to follow in the student completion. An adult pursuit of a student's goal. The learner who presents himself to focus is always this-a student is HCLP is looking for a solution to not there for the tutor; rather, the an educational dilemma. This di- tutor is always there to hear and lemma exists and is a barrier to help the student. Of long or short an improved life situation. The term duration, dependent of the creation of this barrier is not the goal of the student, one-to-one concern of HCLP. Helping lift and remove this barrier though one- tutoring provides a mirror image to-one tutoring is the abiding back to the learner from the be- concern for this learner and ginning with HCLP to the end of HELP. From grass roots to mis- the learning journey; the indi- sion, and from mission to vision, vidual growth and self satisfac- the varied needs of educational tion of reaching a goal is a sus- growth for students of Hidalgo taining reward. County who have benefitted and Finally, as quoted by Ben- who will be benefitted from the jamin Franklin, "Tell me and I tutoring programs of the Hidalgo forget. Teach me and I remember. County Literacy Program are the Involve me and I learn" The one- sustaining reasons for its contin- to-one tutor/student relationship ued existence. Breakfast/Lunch Menu Rural Book-mobile to visit Hidalgo County April 10 Courtesy submission the New Mexico State Library, The New Mexico State Li-bookmobiles bring valuable re- brary Rural Bookmobile West sources to their patrons. The will be visiting Hidalgo County bookmobiles serve people of all and surrounding areas on the fol- backgrounds, providing books, lowing dates: audio books, large print books, Thursday, April 10, May 15 and magazines, music and videos, June 12 readers' advisory Services and an- Rodeo Grocery/Caf6-2:00 - 2:45 swering patrons' questions on al- Animas Post Office-3:15 - 3:45 most any topic. Hachita Food Mart-4:30 - 5:30 The program is funded in Rural Bookmobile West part with a grant from the Insti- serves Catron, Cibola, Grant, tute of Museum and Library Ser- Hidalgo, McKinley, Sierra, 'vices which administers the Li- Socorro and Valencia Counties. brary Services and Technology Libraries are the heart of ev- Act. The bookmobile vehicles are ery community and Bookmobile purchased with funding appro- West, traveling over 25,000 miles priated by the New Mexico state per year, helps rural communities legislature. Funds contributed by thrive throughout southwestern several counties support the book New Mexico. As a vital part of budget. r, adoptive nts in New Mexico for April 26 Submitted by LHSlLordsburg The Lordsburg High'School jtini0r' and senior Pforii' Will b~ on April 26~. Many students will be shopping for prom clothes, so just a reminder about the mandatory dress codes for students and their guests for prom. Students or their guests that do not adhere to the dress code April 7-11 is SPRING BREAK:Breakfast will not be allowed to emer the Prom. NO SCHOOL Mini French Toast Males Monday, April 14 Juice Allowed Breakfast Asst..Low-Fat Milk Coat & tie or tux Banana Mini Loaf Lunch Dress slacks Juice BBQ Chicken Asst. Low-Fat Milk Potato Wedges Dress shoes or dress boots Lunch Ranch Beans Cowboy or Top hats and fedoras Maverick Burger w/Green Chile School Roll Females French Fries Pears Allowed Lettuce/Tomato/Pickle Asst. Low-Fat Milk Minimal cleavage Tropical Fruit Thursday, April 17 Length 4 inches above mid knee Asst. Low-Fat Milk Breakfast knee Tuesday, April 15 Mini Pancakes Slits to 4 inches above mid knee Breakfast Juice Bagel' Asst. Low-Fat Milk Open back to waistline Jelly Lunch Strapless or thin straps Juice Bean Burrito Dress heels sandals and flats Asst. Low-Fat Milk Enchilada Style Lunch Shredded Lettuce & Tomato Hot Turkey Sandwich Spanish Rice Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy Peaches Steamed Carrots Asst. Low-Fat Milk Also there will be a $15.00 charge for any junior or senior bring- Strawberry Cup Friday, April 18 ing a date that is not a junior or senior at Lordsburg High School. A Asst. Low-Fat Milk GOOD FRIDAY permission must be signed in order If you have any questions please Wednesday, April 16 NO SCHOOL call Lordsburg High School. Not Allowed Jeans of any'kind Tennis shoes, combat boots or biker Facial Piercings of any kind Beanies or Hoodies Not Allowed Showing toe much cleavage Over 4 inches above middle of Submitted by CYFD Becoming a foster or adop- tive parent can make a huge dif- ference in the life of a child. Join us for an information meeting to be held this month of Febrfiary in your area. Please call Ronny Diaz, CYFD Foster & Adoptive Parent Re- cruiter at (575) 434- 5950 ext. 121 for more m- formation or visit us on the web at www.cyfd.org. Se Habla Espanol dren. She likes participate in activities such games, and to help cook and family-centered as hiking, board taking walks. Imunique en- joys learning about different things eyery day. Her favor- ite subject in school is lan- guage. She likes school, but hates home- work. She has the motivation to be successful and would like to go to •college. She is currently involved in Re- Training Corps Immunique serve Officers' (ROTe). slits higher than 4 in. above Foster or Adopt a Imunique is in search of an middle of knee adoptive family that can be firm, Open back past the waistline New Mexico Youth but loving, structured, but pa- Ne midriff or side skin showing tient, and can offer a forever home See through dresses Name: Imnnique she. deserves. 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