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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education February New Texas Page 8A CHS Future Homemakers Canyon High School Future Homemakers of America officers are from left Angle secretary Debbi first vice president Kathy second vice president from left Ha assistant historian Peggy historian and Celeste Not pictured are Lisa and Lori CHS Future Farmers Canyon High School Future Farmers of America officers are from left Allison secretary Laura president Ryan vice president from left Brian sentinel Shawn reporter and Clay CISD information officer wins honors Sandra Comal ISOs public information brought home six awards from the winter workshop of the Texas School Public Relations last week in An Award of Excellence was earned by Jackson for her CISD BacktoSchool which was published in Update contains information about new bus school supply school sports medication policy and other data parents need to know before sending their children to Approximately copies of the tabloid were distributed to residents of the Other awards won by Jackson include five Awards of Merit for 30 of Excellence an niversary Golden Op portunities newstip Vocational Education A Choice with a Future Congratulations Were Proud of You folder and a Comal ISD The inservice folder and the vocational education poster were produced in cooperation with Carol Hall and Ann Sparks of the Division of Instruction at Jackson was hired by the district two years ago as a parttime con sultant to gather and disseminate information about the district to patrons and This is the second year she has distinguished herself by winning recognition from Hotline helps collegebound students seeking aid Parents of collegebound students who are looking for fincial aid now may use an added The Texas Association of Student Financial Aid hoping to alleviate the confusion and frustration of the financial aid pic is providing a toll free financial aid The hotline will operate from 10 to 6 on Saturday and The special toll free number established to serve all callers is 1 The hotline will be staffed with financial aid administrators and admission officers will assist as We hope parents will call with their said Dick counselor at Smithson Valley High Parents and students may find it helpful to write down their questions and have them ready when they If lines are callers are asked to keep trying until they reach a financial aid The hotline project is part of Financial Aid Awareness Bilingual assistance is available to AT HSR IF IT HAS TO DO WITH CAN Whatever your tax situation or whatever forms you have to we can You wont find more experienced preparers or higher quality service anywhere Casteli BLOCK INCOME TAX PEOPLE Open 9 AM 6 PM 95 Federal State Local Individual Business Farmers 1Q4Q W40 A Schools gear up for 21st century The Class of 2000 is no longer a figment of the Students who enter Comal ISO kindergartens this September will graduate from Smithson Valley and Canyon high schools in the year This special class will be unique from the beginning of their school years to the and CISD teachers plan to treat them that We plan some extraordinary activities for this group of students who will lead us into the next cen said Arlen CISD administrator spearheading the Plans include a Class of 2000 T shirt for each kindergarten student who registers in Financed by the shirt can be worn throughout the kindergarten and it will probably be saved by most parents as momentoes for their school officials Teachers also hope to providethis class with special school supplies and information to help parents get their kindergarten student off to a good A special emphasis will be given by teachers to teach these children what they will need to be leaders of the 21st Write to Read computer labs already are installed in some CISD elementary and primary giving very young children a chance to learn reading skills on a High tech vocational courses will be offered to these students later in their school as well as first class collegepreparatory courses that will allow students to compete for places in top colleges and In Superintendent Bill Brown said he has dedicated himself to the speedy completion of facilities now under construciton as a result of a million bond issue passed in His future plans are to continue a progressive building program that will keep up with the needs of this fastgrowing school The uniqueness of this class justifies the extra work and time of our Tieken And we are confident in our ability to provide a quality education for our current and future CISD aims for record attendance Officials in the Comal ISO are hoping that more than 96 percent of their students will attend school every day during the spring attendance The five weeks from 16 to March with the exception of March 913 spring will mark the states official spring attendance accounting which determines state funding for school Last our attendance during this time was in the 9fi percent said Abel CISDs business We would like to see 96 to 97 percent at least in this springs accounting he State funding to school districts is based on average daily at tendance as determined by this During this each absence costs CISD Parents are urged not to take their children out of school for any reason except an emergency or a serious Doctor and dentist appointment should be made after school or NBISD NBHS senior picked as finalist for National Merit Scholarship New Braunfels High School senior Robert Smith has been named as a finalist in the 1987 competition for National Merit By being named as a Smith is now in a very select group of students representing fewer than half of 1 percent of American high school The selection of about Merit Scholars from among the ap proximately finalists is now in In April and early NMSC will announce the names of Merit Each finalist is being considered for one of National Merit Approximately other Merit Scholarships will be but only finalists who meet an award grantors preferential criteria will be These grantors include corporate colleges and music talents place in literary meet Eight New Braunfels High School students earned nine awards at the UIL Literary Practice meet 7 in San Jason Connor took first place in Spanish II nonnative while Joaquin Perusquiua earned first place in Spanish III native and Elva Valdez took top honors in Spanish III In Albert Aguilar and Connor earned first place in the talent contest for their musical Coke Jodi Sparks took second place in French Shana Merrell earned fourth place in French III and Yvonne Cantu took fifth place in SpanishII Clarissa Garcia placed ninth in French I and Aguilar took ninth place in Spanish II Speech students take top honors at contest Several New Braunfels High School students took top honors in speech events at the UIL Practice Meet 67 at Smithson Valley High Gayle Cerrato earned third place in persuasive Jason Geistweidt and Darren Boarnet won two out of three debates with Boarnet earning first speaker in those all six speech students ad vanced to the semifinals in their respective NBHSs speech team is sponsored by Jennifer USED CARS They will be roadready when youre ready to hit the road this spring 68M 3ft 85Z28DEMO 11M 79 RABBIT DIESEL SSCAMABQCOypE 84 MAZDA 626 LX mm 84 MAZDA RX7 75M 85 D50 SPORT LWB 14M S948R9RMPHB IT LWB M 84 TRANS AM 34M DELUXESWB 14M 06QQH 79 FORD VAN 188M i 39M mm 86 CUTLASS SUPREME 4DR 15M 83 WANS AM 83 CAMARO COUPE 68M 31M 79 CMC SUBURBAN 65M 8 CAPRICE 44M mm 83 CAPRICE 86S10DEMO i M IPPPPPSSHHHBP JMO Before ygy buy give US a EOER 472 Sun Antpnio New Brounfels Oircft UM frgm Son 6117011 GENE FOEHSTEH MIKE OELflVAH
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