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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                CHSVOCCT Sunday April Challenge students to life Officers for Vocational Office Career Clubs of Texas at Ca nyon High School for the 1986 87 school year ar from Mayte president Marta vice presi dent back Mary secretary and Tammy Villar CISD nurse named top employee School nurse Uenise Adams has been chosen as the employee of the month for April in Comal 1SL She was chosen for the honor by the faculty and staff of Canyon Middle where she works four days each week She is stationed at Frazier Elementary School one day per week Denise is well respected by parents and said Floy principal of Canyon Middle School Her caring attitude and professional treatment of students makes her an asset for Ca nyon Middle School and the Cornaf Independent School he ad ded Employed in the district or three Adams worked previously at the Eden Home or ihe Inc She holds an associate of science in nurs ing degree rum Angela Stale I mver and she is u registered nurse She enjovs school nursing she kids And having similar fhe of New Braunfels came alive when New Bfaunfels Middle Schools seventh grade Challenge Social fiyon Middle School students at Con servation Plaza NBMS teacher Baffoh Sehtameuss 15 guided 21 counterparts through the buildings and then had several demonstra This is the sixth year that the NBMSs Challenge class has hosted students in a look at New Braunfels past and the second year that this event has been held at Conservation To prepare for the Schlameus taught the students the history of New Braunfels and of the buildings at Conservation The NBMS students had a practice run at Con servation In each student was given a including setting up making playing the piano and preparing the homes opening the doors and win Schlameus said there are several purposes fof this including giving the students a grounding in New BraUhfels One put pose is to teach children how to do a group Schlameus explain adding that it taught students how to work with strangers and to organize and plan the Vocational students do welt at state meet Two New Braunfels High School students received blue ribbons for their displays at the loth Annual Vocational Opportunities Clubs of Texas State Leadership Conference April 34 in Corpus Inez Vilianueva earned a blue rib bon for her photo panel showing her work at John Arnolds awards also was for his photo which depicted his work at Comal Sponsor Gloria Kolacek also com Viended the presentation by Stephen who competed in the prepared speech Student dressup day to b Friday the student council will spohsof another dressup day AfHl Prizes will be awarded to the best character Weekof the young child fhe celebrated the Week of the Young Child this To emphasize the Uniqueness of each they participated in such activities as lifesize paper dolls of fingerprint pictures and making silhouettes of American Legion Auxiliary gifts rf The American Legion Auxiliary Post 179 has given each stu dent a comic book called Secret of Animal island which stresses personal safety in a variety of They also presetted the school with a new Texas Summer programs Plans are being formulated fqf a unique summer prograhi ages 3 to 11 Bafeh week will have a special and there will be planned activities from 8 to 3 The program runs to 6 daily Monday through Friday for families needing extended care for their Some selected themes include arts and party and crazy Field trips will be The program is open to but Peter and Paul students have first Mar tha Weber is program coor Norma Miller is New Yorker takes honors Denise Adams hours as her 8 yearold is another plus 1 enjoy the middle school age the nurse Its fun to watch them change and mature Adams enjoys folk art and spending time with her Josephine and being an active member of St 1aul Lutheran Church Adams ill IKhonored Monday at the monthly meeting of the CISU board of trustees A native of New who moved to Texas especially to teach is the Comal ISO teacher of the month for Carin Farquhar has taught fourth grade at Bulverde Elementary School for nine A graduate of Pittsburgh New York State she holds a bachelor of science degree and a master of science in elementary education Nothing is more personally and professionally fulfilling to me than Farquhar I cant imagine doing anything When she is not In the she enjoys handicrafts and It was the summer travel Ing that caused her to visit friends in and when she got she decided to stay Connie Bremer principal of Bulverde Elementary encouraged me to apply or a job here and Ive been here ever Farquhar Now she does her summer traveling back north to New York Ms Farquhars dedication to her students and the teaching profession has been evident each day throughout each school Bremer said of the teacher Her in terests are varied and she brings Carin Farquhar valuable information to her students in the in addition to the Farquhar is respected by her peers as an individual and as a pro the principal Far quhar was chosen for the honor by a vote of her fellow acuity members at Bulverde Elementary She will be honored by the CISD board of trustees at their regular monthly meeting Olympics challenge minds to their fullest What comes to mind with the words pure and For Chuck Cinollo It was a creative answer ammonia bottle That question and many more were asked to tost creativity when New Braunkls High School students participated in the of the Mind It MTeaiive piotiUm solving The level ol cuinpflHioM very high said leachei lilona Kolacek who U so nice to see gifted children have something they i an compete in Ihe point really for to UMtheir minds judges vvjiu kids to tit everything themselves There i long range problem which Uam ft lUiUiUs must sohi Ilus thenjrr problem solving events whrie MiuUnts com pete in Iron ol juiigrs who score ihr answers uu no A Uulucklit solves Ihe problem the things outside of I himainstream Kulavik said The NHHs siudinls Sandy Dotgt Sarah IVUrs H ki icrko Uavui Mipmcks i hufk Imollo and liiikv IMI had prepaied or their event loi approximately one month Then rv tiil Ioelii License in which Ihe students seUcUd a poem and then wrote and peiloimed a parody dl hIXHIII Ue lerlallilv Summer school plans underway Comal lsl continue to summei rliim Ihe location loi eleiiuntarv level summer school will lie t JIHOII Mid die School lor those students alien ding i omal Klimenlarv Uoodvsm Primary Elementary aiul Ihe New Hraunlels ISl elemenlaiv schools Students who attend Bulverde Elementary and Mountain Valley KlfitHiitury schools may at lend summer school at sniilhsoii Valley High School The hours or classroom nistruc lion w ill be 8 to to 11 iu a m Monday through Friday from June 8 to July 17 June a wvll be a teacher workday and July i will be a student teacher holiday Tuition will be lor nuiivhapier students Chapter w ill not be charged Bus service will be available for per student Suinnver school for middle and hjgh school will be conducted by New Braunfels 1SD for students who live near New iiraunkls CiSU will pro victe summer school lor middle and high school students at Smithson VaJJLey High School il students show were Kolacek noted She said Olympics of the Minds is a big competition in West and North but is relatively new to Hie South Texas area Slill Ihere were learns with more than 800 students who competed al the slate event In the level of com munity support was high It was like a outball Kolacek said alKul the aw ards ceremony The students enjoyed the competi tion and are ready to prepare for next years event Its fun because we get to be Doege said We get to open up We can use our minds to be creative I think it was a good Slipnieks adding that the students had the freedom to be creative since they were not being graded on iheir efforts Cinolto liked the spontaneous por tion of the contest such as the word associlion because it makes us think on our feel In the event has divisions open to middle school and elemen lary students We also think we should get the little children involved at middle school and high Peters noted It was a lot of hard but worth Orr said It helped develop our imagination z tat L U on flOrri a Of udint fioitcaidi and in vaiLjinij colon and tyftz naniLi 01 taiting at J O g j 4 173 S 625 3325 CANDA PARK WURSTHALLE NEW BRAUNFELS TEXAS on sujiijuer sctoool wUJ shortly and will be sent to ifttiiy idMiaJ campuses The Cima Club THE FREE DANCE TEXANA BAND FRIDAY fflCIZI HiRMANQS FARIAS t QUEEN CORONATION DART TOURNAMENT SPONSORED BY PANNY JEWEL MARSHALL t MEXICAN FOLK DANCES f MARIACHIS t FOOD BOOTHS t OTHER ACTIVITIES Tickle SAS drown taupe navy t RAFFLE PRICES t SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT SPONSORED BY NB TRAVELERS PreSate Tickets S3n Antpmo Norteno Recoid Shop No i No 2 Seggin J P Recoids Cuevas Produce tim Butcher Boy City Pharmacy 3 Hftircwt Cpugar Quick Stop Sandy White SAS brown navy PBOspEgPS TO GO TO SCHOLARSHIP 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