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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfets HwaMZfitung July Policy on absences CISD board clarifies appeals process at schools By DEBBIE DaLOACH Staff writer The attendance policy approved by Comal In dependent School District trustees July was refined Tuesday night on the appeals process available to students with more than 10 absences per Trustees had approved the 10 day but voiced some reservations that the appeals process was Their concerns were answered Tuesday with a summary of the appeals to be printed in the high school student In the new attendance there is no distinc tion between excused and unexcused the policy does not include time away from school because of extracurricular After a student has been absent five days from any an attendance letter is filled out by the teacher and sent home to the After absence the student will be notified that he or she has ex ceeded the maximum number of allowed absences and will not receive credit for that course but will be required to remain in class and continue to try and meet the course A student who incurs more than 10 absences in a course but who earns a passing may appeal for credit in the Its up to the student to ask for an and credit will be considered by a campus Attendance if the student has completed all exhibited a cooperative attitude and has not missed additional The Attendance Committee will composed of one of ttudents a an administrator and one other staff member designated by the A student wishing to appeal should obtain a Student Request for Attendance Review form from the Assistant Principals fill it out and return it to the concerned teacher for a When the form is it should be given to the assistant who will forward it to the The committee will review the appeal request egibility for credit will be recommended only if extenuating circumstances such as extended hospital a death in the im mediate family or other emergencies recognized by the committee are clearly In other trustees hired Susan Curtis as a Canyon High School reading Sharon Kirby for at Billy Pat Perryman as a reading instructor at Bulverde Middle and art teacher Alaxine Phelan for Frazier The board also accepted the resignations of Shauna Frazier Elementary Flora special education Central Of fice Jim assistant Central Office and Timothy grounds Canyon Jim Lane was reassigned to head custodian at Mountain Valley and Barbara Hancock was moved from Central Office receptionist to special education Parking Continued from Page 1 has final authority on all actions of this Parks board member Edward Dedeke agreed council had the but said he didnt see much purpose in city advisory boards if they werent going to be allowed input on decisions affecting their The council has never referred any of the Wurstfest plans to the parks It think its about time they he Tieken made the same noting that the parkinglot site is city park She and Winkler wanted to let the board review the plans at its 1 and report back to the council on This has been on the back burner for over a I dont see how two weeks can make any she At one point in the Winkler asked Doster whether it would seriously delay Wurstfests plans if they had to wait until 9 to start Doster first said it But he later amended that I was the one that said it may not make that much Truth it does make a Were here tonight asking for permission to start our he Wurstfest spokesman Carroll Hoffmann had another suggestion if the city didnt want them to put in the parking perhaps theyd release them from the other half of the 1982 when they donated the to the Hinman Island project Council members Joe Rogers and Laverne Eberhard didnt see any point in waiting two weeks for the parks As Rogers pointed property has been under the parks boards auspices for and theyve done nothing with it so Now that somebody wants to do something with were trying to find Winklers motion to refer the plans went down with Tieken voting on his REDUCE RESHAPE Super Summer Shape Up Plan 3Months39 Limited to 1QQ Reducmg Plans Per Spa IF YOUK sizf i you couto fiff IF YOUK Slit f fOU COUID ft 1 IF YOU Sizf YOU couio ai silf u IF YOU Sll COUtD Bf U includes your choice ol Active Of Passive exercise equipment or Wei area Otter based on lirst visit enrollment only Figure j World reserved the riqhl to limit appointments You will he ottered our txecutive Program on your lust visit as a better long alternative to our 3 mo program will vary based on commitment to our nrogranv physical make up and dietary restrain OFFKR KNDS JULY 653 344 4U4 2333 S323247 9733113 6257328 Deaths Grace Irene John Services for Grace Irene of New Braunfels will be at 2 Wednesday at the Mar shall and Marshall Funeral Home in Burial will be in the cemetery at Lake She died at 7 July at McKenna Memorial Born on 1910 in Knox she was the daughter of John and Elizabeth In 1932 in she married who preceded her in death on March John was a licensed vocational and a member of Oakwood Baptist Church in New Survivors include her Donald John of New Braunfels and three Memorials may be sent to the Oakwood Baptist Church Building Box New Edmund Rheinlander Services will be held at 4 today for Edmund 730 Hwy 46 at Zoeller Funeral Burial will be at Guadalupe Valley Memorial with the Linwood Kennedy Rheinlander died July at McKenna Memorial He was born July 1904 in Caldwell to Louis and Anna nee Kretz meier He married Irma Ulbright Rheinlander was a lifelong citizen of New He was a retired loom repairman for Mission Valley Mills and a member of the First Protestant the Hermann Sons Lodge and the Fraternal Order of Survivors include his wife two Kenneth Rheinlander of New Braunfels and Virgil Rheinlander of Poteet one Ruby Schlueter of Seguin three Herbert Rheinlander of Fort John Rheinlander of New Braunfels and Milton Rheinlander of Glen six grandchildren and five Calendar of Events Organizations TOPS Take Off Pounds 7 Laurel Plaza Recreation Rhythm Squares Dance Club River Bend Community Council of South Central Texas Central Board of cour Comal County Kennel Club 8 Senior Citizens 142 Comal Rotary Club Eagles Company Continued from Page 1 category for residential and light commercial Sedgwick The parent company will have an advantage with its American Sedgwick With its own it can supply without the mid he The company hopes to expand its operations to some assembly and Sedgwick Sedgwick said Overlander is involved in a joint venture with the heads of two other companies in New the Loyal Fan which moved into town in and Americana Electronics The Loyal Fan Company manufactures fans and Americana Electronics imports and exports Introducing CENTIM Taste that delivers IN THE MONEY SAVING 25 pack The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your H J Tobacco Co LIGHTS 10 my 09 my Hi my 1 my iiKmijiHellu by RC method
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