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~ H DALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY30, 2010 LHS students to return Au Sec. of State Hillary Clinton with Orona children in Hanoi,Vietnam Dr. Michael Orona, 1988 Lordsburg High School graduate and currently at the U.S. Embassy in Hanoi, Vietnam, was the political officer in charge of Secretary of State Hillary Clintons visit to Vietnam this past week. One of Secretary Clintons sessions was with the families of the U.S. Embassy officers. Pictured above are Michael Orona and his wife Selena's children: (back) Ayla Orona (girl seated), The first day of school for 9'h grade students is Wednesday, August 11, 2010 at 8:30 a.m. m the library. All high school stu- dents will report to the gym at 8:30 a.m. District policies and school rules and procedures will be presented to students, Stu- dents will then be released to class meetings at designated areas, During class meetings stu- dents will be given their class schedule and important informa- tion to be completed by students and parents. These completed forms are extremely important to the school district. Please make sure they are returned in a timely manner. Following class meet- ings, students will follow a nor- mal class schedule. It is impor- tant that students come to school the first day with paper and writ- ing materials, as they will be used in classes. School will dismiss at 3:42 p.m. The cafeteria will begin serv- ing lunch on August l l the Stu- dent prices are $1.50 paid and $.40 reduced. Nutrition break will begin on August 12th. Prices are $.50 paid and $.30 reduced. Lordsburg High .School is an open-campus during lunch on__n!y_l. Students wishing to leave cam- pus during any other timb of day must have a ~ sign him/her out at the front office (this in- eludes all students regardless of age). Any adult wishing to visit LHS must sign in/out at the front office. Cell phones are not allowed during school hours at LHS. ff a student's cell phone is visible or is heard by a staff member, it will be confiscated and returned only to the student's parent/guardian. Students will not be Called out of class to take phone calls. We will be happy to deliver messages for students, but please keep mes- sages to a minimum. Students who are planning to participate in athletics at LHS are urged to get their physicals now if not done already, Athletic forms may be picked up from the front office during office hours (7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday). Individuals may make physical appointments at HMS or with your personal physician. Keep in mind. athletes may not practice until all forms are com- pleted. If you are not satisfied with your class schedule, please feel free to contact Mrs. Stewart. LHS counselor either at her office or call at (575) 542-3782. We would like to have class changes taken care of by the first day of classes, if possible. If you have any other questions regarding your child's LHS experience please contact Mr. Lee at (575) 542-3782. Lordsburg Schools supply lists announced KINDERGARTEN 1 - box of 12 colored pencils 2 - mechanical pencils & refill 2 - 24 ct. Crayola crayons 2 - glue sticks lead J Octavio Orona (boy With sign) and (front) Joaquin Orona (boy kneeling). The children are the grand- 2 - 4 oz. bottles of glue 2 - 1 subject wide-ruled spiral 2 - boxes colored pencils "ichildren of Dr. Joel Orona and Esther Renteria Orona of Chandler, AZ, and the great-grand children of 4 - ruby erasers note books 1 - pkg. red pens 1 Romie and Manuel Renteria of Lordsburg and the late Frank Orona Sr. and Marce Orona, also of 1 box of #2 pencils 1 - pocket folder, prefer plastic 1 pkg. pens (blue or black) ILordsburg. 1 - nylon pencil pouch for diarability 4 - single-subject spiral note- Courtesy photo 2 - 1" three ring binders I - composition journal books Dg g FIRST GRADE 1 - pencil pouch 2 - pkgs. loose-leaf notebook i u n o Middle School 2-24ct. Crayolacrayons FIFTH GRADE wide rnledpaper 't 2 - glue 1 - pencil box 2 - 3-ring binder (2 inch or larger) :orientation, The first day of school for -~tudents is Wednesday, August 11, 2010. All middle school stu- -dents will report to the west patio 'by 8:24 a.m. DTMS procedureg and rules will be discussed with ~all students; Students will then 6e assigned to their homeroom teacher who will hand out indi- -'v~dual class Schedules. discuss 'portions of the student hand- 'book. and give each DTMS stu- dent a packet of forms that need "to'be filled out by a parent/guard- ':~'an and returned the following day. Students will follow a regu- ~l'ar class schedule for the remain- "~aer'of the day with dismissal at 3:40 p.m. The following information is ~intended for all DTMS students and their parents: DTMS will again be of- ':l~ring Parent's Aid to all DTMS =parents this year. Using any corn- purer with internet access parents ,~"ill be able to use the ParentAid ~t~gram to view current informa- :hedule information ted). ZAP is a lunch time study hall designed to help students who have missing work complete it and get it in for credit. Stu- dents who fail to turn in home- work will be referred to ZAP and will be required to stay until the homework is turned in to the teacher. Students will be released from ZAP once they turn in the missing assignments. The study hall will be strictly supervised. The cafeteria will begin serving lunch on August 11th. Student prices are $1.50 paid and $0.40 reduced. Breakfast will be served beginning August 12th. Prices are $0.50 paid and $0.30 reduced. For the protection and safety of the students, DTMS has a closed campus policy. Once stu.dents arrive on campus in the mornings they are NOT permit- ted to leave until school is dis- missed. Any parent or guardian wishing to release their child from school during regular school hours must sign him/her out in the office. Any adult wishing to dents with repeated offenses will face disciplinary action. The of- [ice will deliver messages to stu- dents if it is absolutely necessary. Please help us keep these mes- sages to a mmimum. Those students who are planning to participate in volley- ball, football, or any other DTMS athletic program are urged to get their physicals now if they have not done so already. All athletic forms may he picked up at the DTMS office between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.. Monday through Friday. DTMS students may make an appointment for a physi- cal-individually al the Hidalgo Medical Services. or with your personal physician. Athletes must have a completed physical on file before they may partici- pate in pracuces or games. All athletes need to be aware of the DTMS Academics First Policy. In order to be eli- gible to participate in the games during any given week. athletes must have passing grades in all classes the week before the event. Example: Johnny is a student 1 - box of #2 pencils 2 - ruby erasers 2 - folders with 3 prongs 2 - plastic folders 1 - composition notebook SECOND GRADE 1 - box of #2 pencils 1 - pkg. ruby erasers 1 - mesh binder pouch 1 - pkg. highlighters (4 colors) 2 - 24 ct. Crayola crayons OR 1 - 18 ct. Crayola twistable col- ored pencils OR 1 - box wide tip washable mark- ers OR 1 - box fine tip washable mark- ers 1 - bottle of glue 2 - composition books 3 - vinyl 3-prong folders THIRD & FOURTH GRADE 1 - 1V2" binder for loose leaf pa- per 2 - large pink erasers 2 - pkgs. of 10 #2 wood pencils 1 - pkg. of 10 #2 mechanical pencils (prefer Bic) 3 - contain- ers of #2 lead refills, 4 - pkgs. of 100 count wide ruled paper 1 - box 24 ct. crayons BAMH 1 - box colored pencils 1 - box of #2 pencils 1 - box 24 ct. crayons 4 - blue or black pens 1 - red pen 3 - 3-prong folders, any color with pockets 1 - big eraser 5 - single subject notebooks 1 - box markers 3 - pkg. of loose leaf paper 2 - glue or glue sticks 2 - hand sharpeners NO MECHANICAL PENCILS SIXTH GRADE 4 - red pens 4 - blue or Black pens 4 - # 2 pencils mechanical pencils optional 1 - box colored pencils 2 - pkgs. loose leaf notebook pa- per 3 - 1" 3-ring binders 1 - pencil pouch NO TRAPPER KEEPERS DUGAN-TARANGO MIDDLE SCHOOL The following items are a general supply list. Individual DTMS teachers may require additional items. Pencils and Pens are available in the DTMS office for $.25 each. 5 - dividers 3 - composition notebooks 1 - spiral notebook 1 - 3-tab folder 2 - pocket folders Suggested additional supplies: Markers Crayons supply bag The following supplies will be required for all physical educa- tion classes at DTMS: 1 - white T-shirt 1 - pair of shorts/warm-ups (no cut offs) 1- pair athletic shoes (for P.E. use only) 1 - towel ~n including their children's :~mdes, attendance, report cards, :J ;1 Cottage House 575,542.8880 ~,and schedules. In order to use the ~grvice parents will need to set visit DTMS must sign in at the participating in football. During 2 - boxes of #2 pencils "tip a username and password by office. Students may not bring the fifth week of school Johnny ",~!ing out a'form that will be pro-DTMS will be continu-guests to school, participate in the football gamefails to turn in an assignment in ins01idating [ WNI U We al ! I.... [-vrded during the first week of Students are not al- his history class which drops his Hidalgo County Learning Center: '~hool. The form should be re- lowed to have cell phones in grade for that week to an"F". As turned to the DTMS office, school. Cell phones will be con- a result Johnny is not eligible to ( i~,. fiscated, and returned only to the 0ffl 575-542-3315 ~ZAP (Zeros Aren't Permit- student s parent/guardian. Stu- Scheduled for the sixth week of ....... ~," school. During the sixth week of By BECKY ESTRADAISenior Program Manager school Johnny refocuses on hisBorder Area Mental Health The Hidalgo County Learning Center will be adding two more !HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Services, Inc. will be consolidat- ing Lordsburg offices. As of Au- gust 1. the Outpatient Office will be moved from 524 DeMoss Street Suite 9 to the Kokopelli Office at 332 Motel Drive (on the corner of Animas St. and Motel Dr.) If academics and achieves all pass- ing grades. Johnny is now eli- gible to participate in the foot- ball game during the seventh week of school. All seventh ahd eighth grade students are invited to DTMS between noon and 3:00 " you have an appointment for ser- vices in Lordsburg after August p.m. on Wednesday, August 4th to pick up class schedules and other 1, please come to the Kokopeili relevant information. Parents are office for that appointment. Ques- welcome to attend with their chil- tions? Call 575-542-3304 or dren. 575-542-9477. )VE YOU--TERRY BRittANY, TOMMY G BRENDA courses to the schedule for Fall 2010: AUTT-180 Basic Auto Mech Wksp M&W 5-6:30 HCLC Shop WLDT-180 Basic Welding Wksp T&Th 5-6:30 HCLC Shop Anyone interested in enrolling in these classes still has time to apply for financial aid and may come by the office for more informa- tion. Students may contact Becky Estrada at 542-3315 or 571-519- 0306. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays through Thursday. 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