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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas January Page 3 NBHS singers earn state honors Two New Braunfels High School Dan Fox and Tammy Mit were selected as members of the AllState Choir Saturday during auditions in Corpus Mitchell competed in the Alto I sec tion and received third Fox auditioned in the Tenor II section and earned fifth In order to earn a spot in this honor students must suc cessfully pass auditions at the area and state said NBHS choir director Stephen A tremendous amount of work went into learning the difficult music for this audition and both students are to be com mended for this high As members of the AilState Fox and Mitchell will attend the Texas Music Educators convention 1214 for rehearsals and a con cert in the 256voice The con cert will be in the Theatre for the Performing Arts in San Antonio The concert is free and open to the the AllState Choir was in vited this year to sing at the American Choral Directors Associa tion Convention in Lone Star honors starshinestudents Twenty students at Lone Star Primary participated in an honors luncheon These students dined with prin cipal Evelyn Farmer at a special table on the cafeterias These students were chosen by their The purpose of this program is to boost students morale and self as well as to give the students a chance to visit with the Students who participated in this luncheon were Brent Ly dianne Sonia William Odessa Moctezuma Diana Christopher Christopher Can Rosalinda Jason Chonese Brittney Rebecca Blanche Mario Robin Ar turo Roxanne Blue and Michele Teacher nominated to lead music division Carl Schurz Elementary music teacher Jane Haas has been nominated for vice president of the elementary division of the Texas Music Educators If I will serve for two years in that Haas My main jobs would include setting up and organizing the yearly conven tion and serving on the state board of She holds a bachelor of arts degree from Pan American University and is working toward her masters She has 13 years of ex perience in music This is my seventh year of teaching elementary music in the New Braunfels ISD at Carl Schurz Haas Besides general music I teach a third and fourth grade training choir and a fifth grade performing She previously has served as TMEAs region XII elementary divi sion region V elementary division chairman and region XV elementary division Haas is a member of the board of directors of Circle Arts Theatre and has worked as a volunteer for the Comal County Fair and the Greater New Braunfels Arts She has been on the executive board of the New Braunfels Independent School District She also has served as the accompanist for the New Braunfels High School band for solo and ensemble Womens forum tackles real life issues LESLIE PhotOflraptwr Dan Fox and Tammy Mitchell won seats in the AllState Choir Todays Woman Way to a oneday forum designed for the needs and interests of todays is scheduled for 28 at New Braunfels High The forum will feature sessions of interest to women of all Possi ble topics include successful starting a homebased legal financial life time job pre menstrual changing retirement understanding interview divorce and separa tion and going back to The days events will be broken in to several Television and radio personality Mary Denman will be the keynote Participants then will be able to attend two ses sions during the Lunch will be included in the price of admission Test scores improve for minorities AUSTIN AP State Education Commissioner Kirby reported earlier this week that test scores for high school mathematics and language students are on the Kirby distributed to the State Board of Education test results by llth graders on the or Texas Educational Assessment of Minimum comparing October to October What I am very pleased to report to you is that across the board for all different categories improvement is being made from one year to the next on our llth grade he He called particular attention to the tremendous increase in minority The districts that have the greatest percentage of minorities are increasing the he For the combined math language score by blacks in two districts with a black enrollment of 75 percent or greater showed a gain of compared with a gain of 29 in 695 districts that have a black enroll ment of under 10 The overall score for the two predominantly black districts was compared with for the districts with under 10 percent black Kirby also told the board he had been asked about back orders on books by board member Katherine Raines of A list he distributed Saturday showed there is a back order of With million students and every student having five or six that may be a pretty small percentage in total But it is my position that if we have any stu dent out there without a single we have a Kirby Class explores Mexico in crisis SEGUIN Texas Lutheran Col lege is offering a threeweek course which will give students a true taste of Mexico as they travel and explore the countrys current economic crisis and its human Mexico A People in Crisis will be taught May 1129 by TLC professor of theology Tom The course is part of TLCs new May Study pro gram and is open to all college students and noncollege students 21 years old or Participants will study the Mex ican economic its social and political impact and the role of Chris tian organizations in dealing with the Visits with families from all levels of Mexican society and a varie ty of cultural events are planned as part of the Students will be based in Mexico City and Cuernavaca and will visit surrounding rural areas as the course who recently spent a sabbatical in Mexico and Central will use the resources of the Center for Global Service and and Augsbug College facility in A fee of includes transporta room and and applicable Those taking the course for thjree hours of college credit will pay an additional tuition and those auditing the course will pay a A1275 deposit is due by For further contact Wiikens and will include a style and hair Immediately after par ticipants may attend two more ses sions of their New Braunfels exercise instructor Sally Kingsbury then will be available to advise women on the importance of stret ching and In participants will have the opportunity to visit and browse through commercial a display of women artists and a special display Remember A similar event was held in 1979 and in Demographic data from the 1980 forum show the majority of participants were 3160 years of age and For more information on the please contact the New Braunfels In dependent School District Communi ty Education office at 80 MILLION DOLLAR CLEARANCE su VoiceActuated Cassette Recorder CTR75 by Realistic1 HALF PRICE 2995 Starts recording when you start stops when you stop to prevent long si lent With and builtin Batteries extra AllinOne Stereo System Slashed 45 Clarinetten by Realistic s 100 11995 I I W 2 Low As S20 Per Record 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