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6 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 2010 A Picture From The Past . Submitted by EDMUND SAUCEDOILordsburg Photo courtesy MARSHALLENE KOFF/Lordsburg Alan A. Koff (standing, center) Flight instructor at Marana Army Air Base, 1942 DOH promotes importance of breastfeeding with statewide activities Submitted by NM DOH/Santa Fe The New Mexico Depart- ment of Health's Women, Infants and Children Clinics are holding special events and celebrations to honor breastfeeding mothers and create awareness about the importance of breasffeeding this week as part of World Breastfeeding Week. Aug. 1 to 7. "It's important to support our moms from the beginning of their breastfeeding experience to help them feel confident and know the signs that they are making plenty of milk for their babies," said Sharon Giles-Pullen, WIC br, eastfeeding promotions man- ager at the Department of Health. "It's easy for moms to feel alone when they are' beginning to breastfeed and to think there's something wrong. In every com- munity, there is help. Check with your local hospital or call a WIC clinic to find support." Families can help by encour- aging new mothers to breastfeed exclusively, which enables moms to produce more milk and breastfeed longer. Using formula as a supplement in the first four to six weeks is not helpful for long-term breastfeeding, accord- ing to Giles-Pullen. Breastfeeding promotes overall health, growth and devel- opment for infants by preventing infections during infancy, as well as asthma, obesity, diabetes and other chronic illnesses in child- hood and later adulthood. In ad- dition to the benefits for infants, breastfeeding is also a benefit to mothers by advancing the recov- ery from postpartum depression and decreasing the risk of ova- rian, uterine and endometrial can- cers, as well as anemia, diabetes and osteoporosis. Families interested in infor- mation about the benefits of breastfeeding can contact one of the Department of Health WlC offices around the state, which provides lactation education and counseling, breast pumps and mother-to-mother support from a peer counselor. WIC is a federally funded nutritional and education program that provides supple- mental food to pregnant and breastfeeding women and infants and children up to five years of age. This year, WIC increased the amounts and variety of foods that exclusively breastfeeding moth- ers and their older infants receive to better support moms in their nursing efforts. WIC clinics, along with many local coalitions of New Mexico Breastfeeding Taskforce. are also doing their part to focus on breastfeeding awareness dur- ing World Breastfeeding Week. WIC clinic staff will be contact- ing several other health care pro- viders in their communities to share information about the breastfeeding help and resources that WIC provides mother. Staff will give providers a copy of the 2010 edition book. "Medicati0s and Mothers Milk." and a teach- ing DVD. "Breastfeeding, You Can Do It" from WIC to use in their own breastfeeding support efforts. To .find a WIC'clinic in your area, visit the Department of Health WIC online at www.nmwic.org or call 1-800- 280-1618. Today, Chaparral's WIC clinic pampered breastfeeding mothers with hair- cuts, manicures, massages and facials. In Las Vegas. the WIC clinic held a baby shower for morns. In Grants. the WIC Clinic and Cibola County Breastfeeding Taskforce held a children's' play day at the River Walk Park. For a full list of activities. look. u W www.nmwic.org. Area activities being held this week are: Silver City: The. Grant County WIC Clinic will hold a breastfeeding ceremony for cur- rent breastfeeding clients in Grant. Hidalgo and Catron coun- ties on Friday, August 6 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Grant County Public Health Office, 2610 North Silver. I I 2010-2011 Lordsburg Back-To-School Information Lordsburg Schools supply lists announced KINDERGARTEN 2 - 24 ct. Crayola crayons 2 - 4 oz. bottles of glue 4 - ruby erasers 1 - box of #2 pencils 1 - nylon pencil pouch 2 - 1" three ring binders FIRST GRADE 2 - 24 ct. Crayola crayons 2 - glue 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 potich 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 markers 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 paper 2 - large pink erasers 2 - pkgs. of 10 #2 wood pen- cils 1 - pkg. of 10 #2 mechanical pencils (prefer Bic) 3 - con- tainers of #2 lead refills, 4 - pkgs. of 100 count wide ruled paper 1 - box 24 ct. crayons 1 - box of 12 colored, pencils 2 -" glue sticks 2 - 1 subject wide-ruled spiral note books 1 - pocket folder, prefer plastic for durability 1 - composition journal 1 - pencil pouch FIFTH GRADE 1 - pencil box 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 I - 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. 2 - boxes of #2 pencils 2 - mechanical pencils & refill lead 2 - boxes colored pencils 1 - pkg. red lens 1 - pkg. pens (blue or black) 4 - single-subject spiral ffrte'- books 2 - pkgs. loose-leaf notebook wide ruled paper 2 - 3-ring binder (2 inch or larger) 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 SOOL .HEDUL_KS 2010-11 SCHOOL I START TIME END TIE RV[ES ssv.s CES filMS L 8:30 8:30 8:30 ! 825 8:30 3:35 3:35 3:40 3:42 LUNCH BEGINS 11: 11:55 11:35 12:36 12:37 PROF STAFF TIMES 8:154: 8:{)-3:4_ 8:00.3:45 8:00-3:45 8:00-3:45 CHILD FIND Lordsburg Municipal Schools COME AND SEE IF YOUR CHILD WOULD BENE FROM PRESCHOOL EXPERIENCE!!!! Developmental screenings will be offered for: Speech and Language skills, Gross Motor Skills, Fine Motor Skills, and Social Emotional Support August 9-13, 2010 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at R.V. Traylor Elementary School Walk-ins Welcome! Appointments Preferred 542-5734 August 25, 2010 September 15, 2010 September 29. 2010 November 3, 2010 December 8, 2010 January 12, 2011 February 9. 2011 . March 2, 2011 April 13, 2011 May 11, 2011 ! LHS & DTMS Early Dismissal Schedule for SLI Early Release 2010-11 .. Early Release - SLI Early Release - SLI Early Release - SLI Early Release- SLI Early Release - SLI Early Release - SLI Early Release - SLI Early Release - SLI Early Release - SLI Early Release - SLI R.V. TRAYLOR ELEMENTARY: A.M. 8:00 Breakfast serving begins 8:00 bell IAs on duty 8:15 Teachers on duty 8:20 Breakfast serving ends 8:25 bell Tardy bell 8:30 bell PreK-2 classes begin 10:00 bell K recess begins 10:15 bell K recess ends 11:00 bell DD classes end 11:3,0 bell K lunch begins 11:40 bell 1 ' grade lunch begins 11:50 bell 2 d grade lunch begins 12:10 bell K lunch ends back to room 12:20 bell 1" grade back to room - recess 12:30 bell 2 "d grade back to room - recess P.M. 12:30 1:25 bell 1:40 bell 1:45 bell 2:00 bell - 3:30 bell DD classes begin K recess begins K recess ends I st & 2 nd recess begins pt & 2, recess ends Warning DD classes end 3:35 bell K-2 classes end 4:00 Teachers dismissed CENTRAL ELEMENTARY: 8:00- 8:25 Breakfast 8:00 Professional staff arrives 8:25 . First bell is rung Students report to class 8:30 Tardy bell is rung; morning announcements and pledge of allegiance 11 : 35 LUNCH 12:10 Recess 12:25 Afternoon classes begin 3:35 Warning bell - cleanup and prepare to end class 3:40 Student dismissal 3:45 Dismissal of professional staff DUGAN-TARANGO MIDDLE SCHOOL: 8:10-8:22 8:22 8:24 8:25 8:29 9:16 9:18 9:19 10:06 10:08 - 10:09 10:56 10:58 10:59 1-1:46 11:48 11:49 12:36 l:O7 l:O9 l:lO 1:58 2:00 2:01 2:49 2:51 2:52 3:40 Breakfast served First Bell - students enter school Warning Bell Announcements Period 1 (47 min) Passing Warning Bell Period 2 (47 min) Passing Warning Bell Period 3 (47 min) Passing Warning Bell Period 4 (47 min) Passing Warning Period 5' (47 min) Lunch Ltmch Ends Warning Bell Period 6 (48 rain) Passing Warning Bell Period 7 (48 min) Passing Warning Bell Period 8 (48 min) School dismissed Periods 1.2. 3, 4 Periods 2, 3, 4. 6 Periods 3, 4, 6, 7 Periods 4. 6, 7.8 Periods 1, 6. 7.8 Periods 1, 2, 7. 8 Periods 1.2, 3, 8 Periods 1.2, 3.4 Periods 2, 3; 4, 6 Periods 3, 4, 6. 7 - 4  Graders 8:30 I 1:55-12:20 LCH 3:30 Get Ready bell - cleanup and 3:40 3:45 ; dismissed Bus I and 2 Students plus walkers dismissed Disrrdssal of professional staff w ' LORDSBURG HIGH SCHOOL: 8:00 Student Breakfast @ LHS Building 8:00 Teachers Report 8:27 Students Report 8:29 Warning Bell 8:30 Period 1 Begins 9:17 Period 1 Ends (47 min.) 9:19 Warning Bell 9:20 Period 2 Begins 10:07 Period 2 Ends (47 min.) 10:09 Warning Bell 10:10 Period 3 Begins 10:57 Period 3 Ends (47 min.) 10:59 Warning Bell 11:00 Period 4 Begins 11:47 Period 4 Ends (47 rain) 11:49 Warning Bell 11:50 Student Success Period Begins 12:37 Student Success Period Ends (47 rain.) 1 : 12 Lunch Ends (35 min.) 1 : 14 Warning Bell 1 : 15 Period 5 Begins 2:02 Period 5 Ends (47 min.) 2:04 Warning Bell 2:05 Period 6 Begins 2:52 Period 6 Ends (47 min.) 2:54 Warning Bell 2:55 Period 7 Begins 3:42 Period 7 Ends (47 min.) 3:45 Teachers Released School Starts Monday, August ll.in Lordsburg [. 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