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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY. MAY 21. 2010 Central Students of the Month Central Elementary School Students of the Month for April 2010 were Zachary Davis, Alejandro Estrada, Raymond Saucedo, Jennifer Gonzalez and Jonathan Cruz. Courtesy photo Central Students of the Week Central Elementary School Students of the week for May 17, 2010 were Javier Ruiz, Lorena Gandarilla, Gabriella Olivas, Isaiah Villa and, not pictured, Shane McGarvey. Courtesy photo Lordsburg Schools reakfast, Lunch Menu Monday, May 24 Breakfast Quesadilla Salsa Packet Asst. Juice Lunch Hot dog/hilli dog " Frito chips Corn,on Cob Fruit Tuesday, May 25 Breakfast Breakfast Pizza Asst. Juice Lunch Hamburger Curly Fries Lettuce/Tomato/Pickles Fruit Wednesday May 26 Breakfast Managers and Cooks Choice Lunch Managers and Cooks Choice Thursday May 27 Breakfast Managers and Cooks Choice Lunch Managers and Cooks Choice Friday May 28 Breakfast Break Only NO LUNCH l~rdsburg: C Sted~t B're'akfast ~k lunch W~ b~ ~ssed :and bus- >o~ served. I1:15 H:17) Students help us: P by ng day. (Goyaa "Le) Nominations for 17th.Annual Amy Biehl Spirit Award now open Submitted by NM VOICES FOR CHILDREN/Albuquerque New Mexico Voices for Children is now accepting nomi- nations for the 2010 Amy Biehl Youth Spirit Award. The award honors New Mexico youths. ages 13 through 26. who are making a difference in their communities through service work or outreach. The annual award was cre- ated to honor Amy Biehl. a graduate of Santa Fe High School. Amy went to South Africa in 1993 at the age of 26 as a Fulbright Scholar to help that country's leaders develop a new constitution. While con- ducting voter registration for South Africa's first all-race elec- tion - which ended the policies of apartheid - she was killed in a race riot. Over the past 16 years, hun- dreds of New Mexico youths from all over the state have been honored for their work to make the world a better place. "It's really inspiring to read about what these young people accom- plish and the amount of time and dedication they put into their volunteer work," said Eric Grfego, Executive Director of NM Voices. "We encourage teachers, coaches, employers, and other adults who mentor youths to nominate a young per- son who's making a difference in their community." Nominees are split into two age categories - 13-18 and 19- 26 - and are evaluated on their vision, initiative and dedication in service to others. A commit- tee of community members will name one winner and one hon- oree from each age category. These four wilt receive cash awards and a sculpture. All rtominees will be honored at the 2nd Arinual Spirit of Hope Cel- ebration in September. The nomination deadline is 3pm. Tuesday, August 31. To re- quest a nomination packet call 505-244-9505. ext 10. or down- load the forms at www.nmvoices.org. NM Voices will also be pre- senting the Alice King Public Service Award and the Patty Jennings Citizen Advocacy Award at September's Spirit of Hope Celebration. but the call for nominations will not go out un- til later this summer. The What's Happening In Wh0ville By RYAN ROYBALISouthside Elementary The last two week's student of the week is Brandon Saenz and Eric Diaz . The week before was Ryan Roybal. The student of the month is Brandon Saenz. We are finally done with our Map testing on the computers, and some kids still need to make up some test because they were not here. For Mother's Day we made a gift for our mom. Our gift was an Acrostic poem. We used each of the letters in our morns n/tree to describe something about her. For example, if your mom's name starts with an A. then you would have to capitalize the A. and use a word that describes her with that letter. Then we decorated them. and put them in a' frame. Last week we went to go see the Hatch band play at the Central school It was good music We also went to meet the 5'h grade teachers and see what they were like Our trip over there was fun we had a fun time eating with them at the cafeteria at the High School. Last week was Nurses Week. We would like to say happy Nurses Week to Ms. Gonzalez and Ms. Mary. We are very sad because Ms. Gonzalez is retiring this year we will miss you a lot Ms. Goiazalez We have went to Tucson. AZ. We went to the zoo and to Dairy Queen We did everything we said we were going to do. At the zoo we saw all kinds of animals We saw girraffes and a tiger and whales and polar bears swim in water We saw all kinds of animals it was a great and fun field trip. We all'had a gret time! Congratulations to Miss Stewart and Ms. Garza on getting a de- gree in college. We only have one week to go, until we leave Southside Elementary, and move on to Cemral. RVT Students of the Week R.V. Traylor Elementary School Students of the Week for the week of May 17, 2010 were (back) Karissa DeLaGarza, Eva Garcia, Kyrstin Baker, Emile Gastelo, Samantha Mesa, (front) Dayton Barka, Derek Gonzales and Annalicia Lopez. Not pictured was Mia Ruiz. Courtesy photo We need your help in turning in your children's unforms to the Special Events Center so we can hold Opening Ceremonies on Monday, May 24, 2010, at 6:00 p.m. Two Major league teams wi/l play on opening night. 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