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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Newspaper Archive: February 15, 1987 - Page 7

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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Education February New Texas Page 7A Goodwin educator earns monthly top teacher title A teacher who has spent her entire 10year at Goodwin Primary School is being honored by her peers this Gloria Overstreet has been named the Comal ISO teacher of the month for Holding a bachelors degree in bilingual education and a masters degree as a reading the educator has devoted her professional life to young Overstreet began teaching after her graduation from Southwest Texas State University in She started as a bilingual teacher at Goodwin floating between all grade For the past five she has worked exclusively with kindergarten becoming a team leader this I like the younger You see so much change more than on any other grade Overstreet They come in the fall and they dont even know how to sit and At the end of the school they have settled in to a She and husband Preston have five children between them Denyse 18 Ernie 17 David 14 John 14 and In her spare Overstreet NBISD Business leaders win conference awards Gloria Overstreet enjoys reading and She is an active member of Delta Kappa Gamma SVHS faculty honors employee Flora a clerical aide at Smithson Valley High is the Comal ISDs employee of the month for Her duties are comprised mainly of typing and preparing tests for teachers at the high as well as doing other things teachers need for the Rosinbaum has her hands full working for the 65 teachers at And the teachers think shes about the greatest thing since apple said principal Joe CISD Local teachers join curriculum revision process Three CISD teachers continue to participate with the Texas Education Agency to revise the vocational education curriculum as mandated by House Bill Wesley vocational agriculture teacher at Canyon High School Karen CHS office education teacher and Glenn industrial arts teacher at SVHS are all participating in TEAs zone cluster Five years Texas educators embarked on a mission to revise the The process includes a series of cluster meetings to secure input from school teachers and professional The cluster group participants help design a curriculum to improve student As part of the ongoing review the State Board of Education plans to obtain field input relating to modifications to the vocational education essential In some changes will be necessary to im plement the new master plan for vocational education and in other changes will be necessary to support changes in technology and alternatives to social promotion in grades These three teachers were asked to participate in meetings in Austin based on their expertise in vocational Traffic problems at new SVHS being solved Plans are now on the drawing board to handle traffic problems that will arise with the opening of the new Smithson Valley High School at Texas 46 and Smithson Valley I am well aware that many citizens are concerned about the traffice entrances to the new high said Bill Comal ISO He has been working with the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation for several months trying to secure turning lanes on Texas 46 into the school The state is now in the process of making surveys and developing a recommendation on installation of a school zone lighting which will operate during peak traffic I have discussed a red light with the highway Brown Their people told me a detailed study must be done In planning for traffic flow with a minimum of two en trances will be The Texas 46 entrance will serve only teachers and while the Smithson Valley Road entrance will serve buses and delivery Parent night set at SVHS Smithson Valley High School principal Joe Rogers is inviting parents of all students who attend that school to participate in the third Parents Night to be on that campus this The meeting is set for Tuesday in the Along with two reports from our department I will have a Speaker to present a talk on the teen age djrug Rogers He ujrges aJi parents to attend this is productive and ef That goes both Rosinbaum says she really enjoys working with the They make my life very en she Rogers and Larry Schwab assistant principal at SVHS are both super to work Rosinbaum has been employed on campus for three after a five year stint living in Saudi Arabia with husband who works for an oil We liked it there it was a great it was good to get back Rosinbaum ad ding that she wouldnt want to go back Son works as a certified public accountant in Saudi while daughters Sandy Rosinbaum and Debbie Lyons both teach as does soninlaw Wendall Flora Rosinbaum Four New Braunfels High School students earned awards during the District 1213 Future Business Leaders of America Conference 7 at the Shelley Lassig was selected as Lori Sedlar earned a second place in business Rocky Gaytan and Ashley Goldman took third place in business NBHSs FBLS sponsor is Elicia Marketing skills help DECA students succeed Six NBHS students advanced to state competition following the 1987 Area V DECA Career Development Conference in College Station 6 Selected to advance to the State DECA Career Development Con ference in Corpus Christi March 58 are Donna apparel and ac cessories series event Mike Zunker and Laura Friesenhahn in general marketing series events Richard Davis in quick food restaurant series event Randal Poguee in vehicle petroleum series events and DeAnn Ninneman in These students are juniors and seniors enrolled in the Marketing Education The contest is which includes knowledge of marketing and skills in marketing areas such as human relations and Also actively involved in the conference was Donna who has served as the 198687 Area V Vice She took part in the opening and closing The students were accompanied by DECA advisor Roxolin Krueger and by DECA alumni Jemme Tracy served as a judge in the ap parel and accessories division while Krueger was the chief advisor for the apparel and accessories A DIVISION OF TANDY CORPORATION 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