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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas m Texas May CHS performers practice tunes for UIL competition beven Canyon High Schbol musl c A t Seven Canyon High Schbol cians have earned the right to ad vance to stale cornbetitlpn by playing a Class I solo Of ensemble at Univer sity tnterscholastlc League competi Soloists who will compete are Lisa flute Lori baritone Krlslee twirling Steffi twirling and Kami Patricia Christina Morga and Lisa Ball will play a flute Students will compete May 30 at the University of Texas at Hand director at Canyon High School is Dennis Principal praises students for achievement Canyon Middle Schools students of tlie month for May were honored Friday during lunch in the where their parents Were invited to join them and see them receive their Students from each subject area are selected basis of citizenship and academic achieve said Roy CMS prin Eighth grade students who were honored are Kevin social Esmeralda language arts Laurie math Brad band Casey Scar art Merlinda girls physical education and Brian boys Also Shannon girls Tabitha homemaking Cora Spanish Jason reading Sheri German Michael program ing and Jurguen Abrego in English as a second In the seventh honorees in clude Louis social studies Julie language arts Todd science Irma reading Kelly band Richard choir and Michael April girls physical education Greg boys atheletics Melisa girls athletics Imelda homemaking Brenda reading and Janet hor Sixth grade students honored were Belinda social studies language arts Lori Bill science Todd math Stephanie reading Carlos band Becki art Mystee girls physical education Clayton 1 combination unit and Theresa Teacher set to attend school Bonnie physical science and world geography teacher at Smithson Valley High has been selected to attend the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education Summer is sponsored by the Na tional Geographic The in stitute will be held from July 16 to 7 at Southwest Texas State University in San Internationa network seeks local support Educational Foundation or Foreign a nonprofit high school exchange is looking for enthusiastic people to supervise its programs in the New Praunfeis The foundation is hoping to add New Braunfeis to its network of hun dreds or American communiiies in cluding 54 in Texas already benefiting from the intergulturs ex Thg foundation sponsors 10 jnpnO exchanges between ageis aji4 amUte jwj w es including the United sjrye the s Joea gmsog Kto an rieosg d IWteJA hss Mm recruit new yQiujjJeers in FftF JWW0 join conference Two Comal tSD teachers who par ticipate In the Significant Activities for Generating Excellence program have been notified that they will be presenters at the World Conference for Beverly who teaches at Mountain Valley Elementary and Hetty Cobb of Frazlcr Elementary will participate In the conference U7 in Salt Lake The teachers will be sharing the presentation with a Southwest Texas State University Their program will focus on The Crisis in the a summer program for middle school students to be held at The program deals with creative problem solving of reallife pro specifically those created by the Interstate H5 CHS students elect next years club leaders Student clubs and organizations at Canyon High School are now electing officers for the 198788 school National Honor Society leaders will be Brian president Cur tis vice president Gina secretary and Gus For the Home Economics Related Occupations president will be Tammy Timmcrmann and vice president will be Vanessa Industrial art students go to state competition Industrial arts students from Ca nyon High School competed this weekend in state compction and a leadership conference in CHS seniors Darrin Gustafson and Glen Smeal were chapter Gustafson entered competition In melalworking test and rocket while Smeal entered the wood Other seniors participating were Mark rocket launch Ashok safety poster Peggy architecture test and computerassisted drawing and Matt Sophomore Jerry Chance Lawrence participated in bridge building while freshmen competitors included Tracey general drafting and computer assisted drawing Jon elec trical lest Tim woodwork ing Kevin woods test and Carmcl carbon dioxide race Industrial arts teacher at Canyon High is Paul Frazier students top poetry contest Frazier Elementary School students took top honors in the Greater New Braunfeis Arts Council fifth annual countywide poetry con test in First place in her division went to Kirstcn who received and a pass to Ihc MidTexas Sym phony and Circle Arts Cyn thia Thayer won second earn ing and passes to the symphony and Honorable mention went to Rachel Susan Alton arid Kristina All arc fifth 20 to 50 OFF A STOREFUL OF FABULOUS JEWELRY DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR 12 HOURS ONLY EVERY ITEM IN OUR Ladies Diamond Fashion Handsome Diamond Rings for Classic Solitaires Bridal Diamond Diamond Anniversary Rings Sapphires Emeralds with Total Carat Pendant Jackets Two Pendants in Much 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