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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas February CISD trustees to consider staffs contract renewals By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Trustees of the Comal ISD will consider contract renewal for Superintendent Bill Brown and all other district administrators at their regular monthly meeting The school board also will take action to approve an order for a board election April The terms of board president Leroy Goodson and vice president Bill Hays both Goodson has filed for reelection but Hays has not announced his Trustees also will consider calling a special meeting April 6 to canvass the election Absentee voting will begin March 16 and end March CISD residents may cast absentee ballots at the central administration office at 1421 81 East in New Braunfels Monday through Friday from 8 to or at Smithson Valley High School Monday through Friday from 8 to Other agenda items will include recognition of Gloria kindergarten teacher at Goodwin Primary as the districts teacher of the and Flora clerical aide at Smithson Valley High School as employee of the The Canyon High School vollevhall team will be honored by the board for its season victory as second in state Two organizations have asked for time during the audience participation portion of the Kristee Wunderlich and Michael Haecker will speak on behalf of 4H presenting some statistical information regarding problems of youth Reprsentatives of the Comal Educators Association will address the board regarding their At the trustees will consider approval of statement and expenditures for January tax report book bid size waiver of various contractors and architect retirement and employment of new personnel Superintendent Bill Brown will give a building program and Public Information Officer Sandra Jackson will inform trustees about the districts plans to observe Texas Public Schools Week March The meeting will begin at in the board room of the central administration building at 1421 81 East in New A closed executive session is planned during the meeting for discussion of personnel NBISD to honor outstanding teachers New Braunfels ISO will host a reception honoring the districts three Outstanding Teachers of the Year recipients from Wednesday at the Education Center at 430 Mill The three teachers to be honored are Memorial Primary kindergarten teacher Carol who was selected for 198485 New Braunfels High School computer teacher Wilfred who Was selected for 198586 and New Braunfels High School math teacher Johnnie who was selected for 1986 We really hope our patrons and other interested people will stop by and visit with these said NB1SD Superintendent Charles Brad These three represent what outstanding teachers we have throughout the THERE SHOULD BE A FIRST FEDERAL ft TEA backing wants fund preserved AUSTIN AP Legislation must be passed to prevent raids on the Permanent School Fund and enough money must be provided to ensure continued gains in the State Board of Education said Satur In its monthly the board unanimously passed a resolution bolstering education reforms passed in a 1984 special legislative The resolution follows Bill Clements call for fine tuning of the 1984 I think that the board is obligated to tell the Legislature that in our opinion reform is said Jon education board We want to influence legislators to stand behind Weve got some momentum and we want to keep it Those gains could be if lawmakers raid the Permanent School Fund to help the state out of its fiscal Brumley In his 4 State of the State Clements proposed using capital gains from the Permanent School Fund to pay the cost of reviewing and redesigning the teacher evaluation I think the Permanent School Fund is important for a lot of reasons and one reason is its a and its been a symbol for a long Brumley It guarantees school bond projects throughout the state and that is such a valuable Brumley To say that we should give up the capital gains now or in the to is We need to protect the capital NBISD employee receives award New Braunfels ISD publications received Awards of Merit during the Texas School Public Relations Association MidWinter Conference Wednesday through Friday in Dorian NBISDs ad ministrative assistant for public received one award for A Glimpse into New Braunfels ISD The general information brochure was walletsized and in cluded the districts school board 198687 school phone numbers and per sonnel andfinancial Martin also received an Award of Merit for the Memorial Primary dedication The program included information about the schools special features as well as art work by Memorial Be a Putyfe Mo Come visit us in beautiful downtown Marion and let us explain the benefits of being a Purple Martin Distibutors of the complete line of Trio Martin Open Daily from to Closed Tuesdays 100 Huebinger 14202384 tScfiutz cftursery ft WINDOWS CLEANED FREE Anyone starting on our weekly or biweekly general house cleaning program will get WIN DOWS CLEANED FREE every six Our program consists of mopping kitchens including empty cob glass changing sheets on On most houses the cost of all this is per each time we Small houses Big houses CALL ANYTIME Canyon Lake 9643117 New BraunfelsRh 6252992 KANKLEEN Dave McConnell IN YOUR FUTURE Dont bc confused by the now Federal Tax Regulations You have until April to open and contribute to your 1986 Individual Retirement Account and receive tax credits on your 1986 Federal Income Tax ret First Federal Savings Loan Association of New Braunfels New Braunfels San Marcos Sattler Wimberley Were Spas and More Hot Spa Covers Spa Pool Chemicals and Spa Patio Center
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