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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Texas Sun Jay April CISD Easter find School city council mark week honoring paraprofessionals The City of New Bf aunfels has join ed Comal 1SD to honor the school district Designating this week Secretaries the New Braunfels City Council adopted a resolution at their Monday It was accepted by Carolyn president of the CISD Paraprofes sional She was joined in the acceptance by Mary Lou president of the Comal County Legal Secretaries The resolution cites the continu ing efforts of secretaries to raise their standards of professionalism even contributing to the suc cess of their New Braunfels ISO will host a lun cheon Friday in Landa Park honor ing secretaries from as well as their In Texas Legislature has proclaimed May 4 through 11 Paraprofessionals and SchoolRelated Personnel Apprecia tion Canyon vocational studentsdestined towin Destined to Win was the theme for the 1987 State Vocational Office Career Clubs of Texas and students from Canyon Middle and High schools took the idea Four middle and one high school student brought home five first places and a second in state awards during the competition in Eighth grader Norma Teneyuque took first in the waxed stencil division of the duplication as well as first in the business filing Esmeralda also an eighth grader at Canyon Middle won a first place in business math applications with a calculator and another first in business Eighth grader Karen Sanchez took first in the business math CHS senior Tami Villarreal received second place for her work on a print of an ancient Sponsor for the high school and middle school vocational classes is Cynthia Wacky Wednesday set at Goodwin Primary A Wacky Wednesday is being planned for students at Goodwin Primary School as a result of a reading program held this All teachers read a set of ii books to their said Margaret first grade teacher at Good Then classes voted for llieir The book receiving the most overall votes is Wacky Wednesday by Theo The book has been designated as the 1987 Goodwin Using Wacky Wednesday as their students will be doing all sorts of wacky things on Wednes Brazle Their purpose of reading books was to build a common pool of literature that all the kids could discuss and enjoy having the teacher Musicians place at music festival Fiftyone Canyon Middle School seventh and eighth grade band students took solos to a music festival at Smithson Valley High School April Superior Division 1 ratings were earned by n of these while 11 received excellent Division II awards and nine received a good Division II11 In 14 ensembles par ticipated with four earning Division eight receiving Division and two receiving Division III Band directors at CMS are Rebec ca Hendrtcks and Carolle Industrial arts place in regional competition Industrial Arts Club members from Canyon High School par ticipated in the Hill Country In dustrial Arts Association Regional Student Competition and Contest April 10 and 11 at Southwest Texas State bringing home seven best in region Students taking these prizes are Darrin advanced metalworking and rocket laungh Peggy architecture Trlcla color photograph Tracey computeraided drafting Kevin general woods and Ashok safety To win best in the entries were judged as the best project or per formance in regional competition for the In 18 CHS students qualified to advance to state competi IAC sponsors at Canyon are Paul Koctan and Joe Texas Capitol seen through childrens eyes Texas history was the subject as Seele Elementary fourth grade students visited the Texas Capitol Each class took a guided tour of the Rotunda and South In addi the students saw the Legislature in session and walked past the Gover nors Mansion and through the Capitol The students brought back special which they were asked to describe in a special composition upon their Excerpts of these essays included Patricia Yanez When we went to the State we saw statues and We went up the stairs and saw pictures of famous We looked down and saw people on the bottom It looked It was so I loved The bus ride was Jamie Howell The trip to the Capitol was I liked the Statue of It was very I also liked to climb up the It was an ex citing field I liked the music played by the 1 liked the star carved in the Claire Folbre The Capitol was so much fun to I liked the gorgeous dome on the I took many pictures of On the greeting you at the is a picture of Davy There are two statues also greeting They are Sam Houston and Stephen In the Senate State youth coordinator discusses drug crisis The statewide youth coordinator for the Texans War on Drugs will be the guest speaker for a New Braunfels Middle School Unicorns in Action meeting starting at 7 Monday in the school Amy Croxton will speak on ways to educate people concerning the dangers of using Texans War on Drugs and Texas Youth Action supports the Just Say No Croxton will speak on how parents and students can counteract negative information being told to New Braunfels youth by drug pushers with positive organizers She will present ideas and ac tivities in which youngsters can learn Ihat its OK fun to no to drugs The population responded with great interest to the prug Forum earlier this month more 700 people frpm New BfgjjpMs 3BJ Com ISP The NiMS ynicpjrns in Action invites all Ol those pppjfi an4 other resents to aWen4 MsBdjy5 westing and more about ajjjj how they can he the public can sit and watch the Senators In the Senate displayed on the arc two paintings the war of the Alamo and the war of San They were really detailed and interesting The grounds were beautiful I really liked the Texas State Capitol Julie Taylor On April some of Seeles classes went to tin When we went there we the Senate chamber and lots of Then we walked half way around the Capitol and took pictures of the beautiful flowers and Matt Foley I woke up feeling ex cited I knew our class was go ing to the Stale Capitol in Austin It was a long ride on the bus We arriv ed six minutes First the six symbols on the floor we saw two statues of Sain Houston and Stephen we went to the Senate We saw Judith Zaffirini and Gov Bill Clements Shannon Thurston When 1 got up this 1 knew it was going to be a fun day As soon as I went to school we were on our way to Austin I took a nap on the way to Austin We went to the Senate Chamber When we were in there for a lady mentioned our school and we had to stand up I felt embarrassed We went to the Governors Mansion We could not get in because the governor was having a party lunch and we fed the and uhen We saw a lot of pictures and statues Then we went to the Senate Bill the head person could talk 80 miles an After that we went to the Governors The garden at his house On the way back we saw a lot of bluebonnets and other wild Doug Bissett everybody was done eating we went back to school Doug Bissett We saw a lot of pic tures and statues Then we went to the Senate Bill the head person could talk 80 miles an After that we went to the Governors Mansion The garden at his house was beautiful On the way back we saw a lot of bluebonnels and older wild flowers Traci Tuch My favorite part was the Senate Chamber where we saw Bill Hobby and Judith Zaffirini Also in the Senate Chamber we saw the original portrait of Stephen F Austin Someday t uould like to work at Krich Wotipka Our visit to the t apilol very What 1 liked the best was the middle of the You could talk and it would sound like you were on the 1 tried it and it worked very Brian Chaffe 1 went to the Capitol It was great1 The tiles svere colorful Another neat thing is that all the rock to build the Capitol ex cept one i area i was from Texas Doralisa Alvarado I liked the House of Representatives best of everything in the Capitol because of the debate and because of their civil way of putting their arguments Jonathan Perez What 1 enjoyed the most was the Capitol dome Our class and some other classes almost went to the but there was a sign that Cleaning Dome We went to the fourth From Brad and Chris who attend Hansel and Gretel show off their find after an Easter egg hunt New Braunfels High School Future Homemakers of America held the hunt for children at local day care Karen Rayburn and joanme Garza sponsor FHA at the high Photo by Deryl Clark THIS MONTHS bAMLY BIRD SPECIAL Ladies Gents CHAINS BRACELETS 14 K Gold Overlay Q 95 Prices Start BraunfcLa Fomttv Net to pn the news she Halleitsville t To Waco Hwy111 2 Miles Gourpus Cnslie Kinneys Catati Limousin Ranch COMPLETE DISPERSAL Umousm Ranch April 1987 Victoria Cattle At the Yoakum Texas PLUS LikeNew 4610 Ford Tractor only 700 Hours Cattle Trailer PLUS Quest Consignors i Robishaw Limousin Tx Anders 609 Ranch Tx 125 Limousin Lots Sell Fullblood Pairs t Bred Fullblood Heifers Recips With Calves Bulls Purebred Cows Sale Head U Tx Sale Manager Auctioneer 1 22 Suite C Fort Tx 701 11 McKmney RT4BQX76B Y oakum Tex 77995 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