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first_img Ector College Prep Success Academy Twitter Local News TAGS  WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Pinterest Facebookcenter_img WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Sixth-Grade Awards A/B Honor Roll: Georgia Paige Bristow, Alexia Marie Chavez, Trixter Janrey Duran, J’Lyn Nicole Leija, Julissa Lerma, Diego Levario, Jose Lujan, Luis Madrid, Ailyn Martos Holguin, Federico Munoz, Samuel Navarrete, Itzel Perez, Sarahi Ramirez Sanchez, Stephanie Rivera-Saldana, Ashley Sisneros, Saira Solano. Perfect Attendance: Eduardo Almanza Herrera, Yesmin Cazares, Olethsy Galindo, Evan Guebara, Christian Lujan, Yamilexy Lujan, Abigail Montoya, Tatum Ray, Adrian Rivas Rios, Anali Tarin, Estrella Velaquez Bautista. Seventh-Grade Awards A Honor Roll: Micah Molina, Juan Villa Madrid. A/B Honor Roll: Angelina Antillion, Donovan Davis, Elena Durbin, Marco Garay, Ariannaly Gonzalez, Zenaida Ibarra, Jurnee Loar, Mackenzie Longmire Lumpkin, Natalie Lopez, Jacqueline Marquez, Annaliese Nabarrette, Brooke Ramon, Ashley Rodriguez Carbajal, Joaquin Sandoval, Cecilia Tavarez, Maria Valenzuela Acosta, Evelyn Velasco, Aubrey Nevaeh Villa, Jessica Young. Perfect Attendance: Angelina Antillion, Aidalyn Aranda, Natalie lopez, Angel Marquez Meza, Liliana Munoz, Sebastian Villalobos, Ceylan Zubia.Eighth-Grade Awards A Honor Roll: Juan Villa Madrid. A/B Honor Roll: Jackie Armendariz, Edwin Carreon, Esequiel Gutierrez, Kamryn Harrison , Kailey Ibarra, Kevin Mendoza, Fabian Polvon, Victoria Rivera Favela, Karen Serrano, Rudy Sigala. Perfect Attendance: Yandy Baeza, Yellany Gonzalez Marquez, Donavan Guebara, Hali Harrell, Aliyah Lujan, Angela Martinez, Hector Montoya, Sarahi Orona, Jorge Ramirez, Victoria Rivera Favela, Marily Rodriguez, Karen Serrano, Juan Villa Madrid. Twitter Previous articlePort Houston Weathers Historic Winter StormNext articleWoman charged with choking and punching boyfriend Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

Umrah pilgrims can reschedule at no extra costs, government promises

first_imgThe government has promised thousands of Indonesian Muslims, whose planned pilgrimages to Saudi Arabia have been canceled because of the coronavirus outbreak, to reschedule their trips at no extra costs.An average 1,500 Indonesians go on the offseason pilgrimage, the umrah, each day. On Friday, the Saudi kingdom put Indonesia on a list of countries whose citizens are barred from visiting the two holy cities of Mecca and Medina amid the rapid spread of the 2019-nCoV virus around the world.The sudden decision left thousands of Indonesians stranded, some on their way to Saudi Arabia, others checked in at airports, and yet others after already arriving there. Thousands more who have booked and paid for their trips now face uncertainty, as the kingdom has not stated any timeframe for the travel ban on the two cities. Rather than offering refunds, umrah tour operators promised their clients to reschedule the trips. Saudi Airlines, one of the carriers that serves Indonesian pilgrims, has promised to refund their tickets in full.The Saudi decision is hurting tour operators that have tapped into the lucrative umrah business. The Religious Affairs Ministry, which oversees the operators, has asked them to absorb the financial losses rather than passing them on to the clients.Rescheduling trips rather than returning the money would allow operators to keep the cash to help them through the slump during the coronavirus outbreak, according to the Association of Indonesia Haj and Umrah Organizations (Amphuri).Religious Affairs Minister Fachrul Razi said on Monday that the government had struck a deal with Saudi Arabia that would allow the pilgrims to reapply for their visas at no additional cost when the temporary ban is lifted. As soon as the Saudis gave the notice on Friday, Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendy met on Friday with representatives of the Transportation Ministry, the Foreign Ministry, the Religious Affairs Ministry, airlines and umrah and haj organizer associations.“Both tour operators and airlines agreed they would not charge pilgrims any additional fees,” Fachrul told reporters on Monday. He did not specify the airlines.Many local and international carriers profit from the growing number of Indonesian umrah pilgrims. Besides Indonesian flag carrier Garuda Indonesia, Emirates, Etihad, Qatar Air, Oman Air, Singapore Airlines, Thai International, Malaysian Airlines and Turkish Airlines fly Indonesian pilgrims each day.Association of Indonesia Haj and Umrah Organizations (Amphuri) secretary-general Firman M. Nur said hotels and caterers in Saudi Arabia had agreed on rescheduling the arrangements at no additional cost.“Our association can accept Saudi policies to put the safety of pilgrims first, because the coronavirus is very dangerous and spreading rapidly,” Firman said.He acknowledged the umrah operators would be severely hurt if the ban went on indefinitely.Operators sent around 1,500 pilgrims on the umrah every day, or 45,000 a month, Firman said. “If we calculate the most affordable umrah package, which costs around Rp 20 million (US$1,400), operators could lose Rp 2 trillion every month,” he said.Saudi Arabia welcomes nearly 7 million umrah pilgrims every year. Indonesia sent the second-largest number of umrah pilgrims last year with 443,879 arrivals, according to the Saudi Haj and Umrah Ministry. In first place was Pakistan with more than 770,000 pilgrims.Even assuming the ban was lifted at the end of this month, it is unlikely that operators could send pilgrims whose trips have been rescheduled so soon. Between April and August, all hotels are likely to be fully booked, as it is the peak period between Ramadan and the haj session.Saudi Arabia welcomes around 2.5 million pilgrims from around the world during the haj season. Indonesia as the country with the largest Muslim population in the world is given the highest quota, 230,000 pilgrims.“We sincerely pray and hope that this coronavirus can be eliminated and the disease can be cured soon, so that economic activity and people’s worship to the holy land will not be disturbed,” Firman said. (mfp)Topics :last_img read more

Syracuse football stats: Creative play calls leads to points against LSU

first_imgEntering the season, one of the big questions surrounding Syracuse was how offensive coordinator Tim Lester’s scheme would turn out. So far, the implementation of the hybrid position and other ways to get players the ball in space has been a success. Through four games, the Orange has averaged 32.8 points, 188.3 rushing yards and 350.8 yards total.In SU’s 10-point loss to then-No.8 Louisiana State, Lester used a mix of options, play actions and direct snaps to change up the pace and keep the offense moving. Trailing by 17 in the fourth quarter, the Orange went pass heavy, but on its three other scoring possessions, SU used a variety of play types.Here’s a look at Syracuse’s offense vs. LSU:12 drives total4 scoring drivesAdvertisementThis is placeholder textFirst drive — PuntTwo called passes, one runSecond drive — PuntTwo passes, one direct snapThird drive — PuntOne pass, one run, one play actionFourth drive — Turnover on downsOne pass, one run, one play action, one optionFifth Drive — Field goal madePlay actionDirect snapOptionPassDirect snapOptionPassRunTwo passes, two options, two direct snaps, one run, one play action,Sixth drive — Field goal missedOptionRunReversePassOptionPassDirect snapDirect snapPlay actionFake field goalPlay actionPassThree passes, two play actions, two options, two direct snaps, one run, one reverse, one fake field goalSeventh drive — Punttwo runs, one passEighth drive — TouchdownOptionPassOptionPlay actionTwo options, one pass, one play actionNinth drive — PuntThree passes, two options, one run10th drive —  TouchdownPassPassPlay actionOptionPassPassDirect snapPlay actionFour passes, two play actions, one option, one direct snap11th drive — InterceptionTwo passes, one option12th drive — TouchdownPassPassPassPassPassPassOptionPassPassPassPassPassPassPassFourteen passes, one option Comments Published on September 30, 2015 at 7:58 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more