PAGE 6D Laredo Morning Times Sunday, October 6, 2002 Local News School lunch menus Laredo Independent School District Food Service Department Menu Week of Oct. 7 –11 Service Department Menu Week of Oct. 7-11. Monday Monday Breakfast: Scrambled eggs w/cheese, Breakfast: Cereal, sausage roll and orange juice. biscuit/toast, breakfast pastry, cereal and jelly. Lunch: Chicken nuggets, dinner roll, mashed Lunch: Seasoned baked chicken, hot roll, green potatoes, sliced carrots, sliced peaches, ketchup beans and chilled fruit. and barbecue sauce. Tuesday Tuesday Breakfast: Waffles w/syrup, cereal, toast and Breakfast: Cereal, breakfast burrito and applesauce. jelly. Lunch: Frito pie, potato rounds, cucumber Lunch: Italian spaghetti and meatballs, warm slices, icee, and ketchup. Italian bread, mixed vegetables and pudding on a Wednesday stick. Breakfast: Cereal, pancake coins/syrup, Wednesday sausage patty and juice. Breakfast: Sausage biscuit, cereal, toast break- Lunch: Spaghetti/meat sauce, mozz. cheese, fast pastry and jelly. toss salad, dinner roll, corn and pineapple tidbits. Lunch: Nachos w/cheese sauce, taco beef, let- Thursday tuce, tomato and pickle salad and walnut cookie. Breakfast: Cereal, ham and cheese croissant Thursday and fruit roll-up. Breakfast: Pancake wrap-up w/syrup, cereal, Lunch: Chicken tacos, shredded lettuce, diced toast and jelly. tomato, Mexican rice, ice cream, mozz. cheese Lunch: Chicken nuggets, steamed broccoli, and taco sauce. macaroni and cheese, jell-o jewels w/fruit and Friday ketchup/BBQ sauce. Breakfast: Cereal, pancake sausage/syrup and Friday orange juice Breakfast: Potato and eggs, toast, warm tortilla, Lunch: Chicken patty burger, shredded lettuce, cereal, breakfast pastry and jelly. sliced tomato, pickle chips, potato chips, choco- Lunch: Cheeseburger, Friday smiles, lettuce, late chip cookie, ketchup and mustard. tomato and pickle salad and chilled fruit. (mus- A half-pint of whole or low fat milk served with all tard/ketchup). breakfasts and lunches. Chocolate milk offered A half pint whole or low fat milk served with all when available. Menus subject to change without breakfasts and lunches. chocolate milk offered notice. when available. Subject to change without notice. United Independent School District Food Times courtesy photo TOP CHEERLEADERS: The United South Cheerleaders are Briana Castaño, Ana Condo, Lizette Contreras, Lourdes Dealba, (Head cheerleader) Gabby Esqueda, (Co-Head cheerleader) Michelle Falciola, Erika Gallardo, Brenda Garcia, Stacey Garza, Valeri Gonzalez, Brenda Guerra, Ana Hernandez, Christina Lopez, Monica Martinez, Christian Muñiz, Evelyn Muñiz, Ciara Peña, Melinda Perez, Cecilia Rodriguez, Erika Rojas, (co-head cheerleader) Veronica Saucedo, Debbi Vaughn, Jessica Weems and Crystal Wilkins. United South cheerleaders to national championship The United South Panther Cheerleaders Classes.” attended a National Cheerleaders The entire team was nominated to compete Association summer camp. The camp was for NCA All-American cheerleader. Briana held in Laredo at Dr. Leo Cigarroa High Castano, Veronica Saucedo, Melinda Perez School Gym and attracted over 500 cheer- and Lourdes Dealba made it into NCA All- leaders from our community and surrounding American and are now eligible to perform at cities. NCA/NDA FedEx Orange Bowl in Miami, FL The Top Team High School Trophy and the on Jan. 2, 2003 and Hula Bowl Maui All-Star Champion Chant High School Trophy was Football Classic in Maui, Hawaii on Feb. 1, awarded to the Panther cheerleaders on the 2003. last day of camp for their technical skill as Additional awards include The Herkie TEAM well as the ability to lead the crowd. Award, Spirit Stick and superior ribbons. The Panther cheerleaders won their con- The National Cheerleader Association secutive National Championship bid to com- selects award winners of each of the 1,100 pete at NCA Junior and Senior High school camps it administers around the world each National Championship on December 28-29 summer. The NCA, the largest privately held in Dallas, Texas. The NCA National cheerleader organization in America, holds Championship is the world’s largest cheer- events for over 150,000 cheerleaders and leading competition and attracts more than dancers around the world. The National 20,000 cheerleaders and spectators, making Cheerleader Association, founded in 1948 by it one of Dallas’ largest events. USA Network L.R. Herkimer, has been conducting camps will air the Championship this spring. for over 54 years. Gabby Esqueda, Michelle Falciola and The Panther cheerleaders are under the Veronica Saucedo, the leaders for the pan- direction of Cordy Solis De Luna. United ther cheerleaders, were awarded the South High school principal is Mrs. Severita Individual Leadership Award for displaying Sanchez. the strongest leadership during “Captains’ Local girl selected for state pageant Miss Sierah Guajardo, age 6, daughter of Mr. Johnny Guajardo and Mrs. Lori Guajardo, of Laredo, has been selected to represent Laredo at the 2002 Miss American Princess Pageant. She qualified by placing in the top five in one of the contests held at the annual Miss Texas Princess Pageant for 2002. Sierah will be attending the National Pageant for her age group in Disney World, Florida during the week of Thanksgiving. She will com- pete for the National SIERAH GUAJARDO Pageant Title of Miss be presented to outstanding American Princess and more girls ages three to 21 at State than $25,000 in cash and National Competitions. awards, prizes and scholar- American Coed ships. Pageants, Inc., annually Nationwide, State Winners holds state pageants for and State Pageant Finalists the purpose of recognizing will compete in the eigh- and rewarding outstanding teenth annual National young women between the Scholarship Competition ages of 3 and 21 for their organized by American Coed past and present accom- Pageants, Inc. In addition to plishments and to encour- the National Pageant age them to set and Queen’s Contest, the event achieve high goals for the will include the National future. In states where Talent, Speech, Academic pageants are not held, Achievement, Volunteer selection of state repre- Service, Photogenic, sentatives is made through Personality, Most Promising written applications and Model, Best Actress, and photos. National Cover Girl and For more information, con- Hostess Contests. In 2002, tact Mrs. Carolyn Hawkins cash awards and prizes total- at the National Pageant ing more than $1,000,000 will Office at (850) 432-8662.