New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 6, 1987, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 06, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A Herald Zeitung Now Br,i *. Wednesday May 6 198/CHS performers practice tunes for UIL competition Seven Canyon High School rnusi cions have earned the right to ad Vance to state competition tty playing a ( lass I solo or ensemble at I rover sit y Interscholastic League com pet i tion Soloists who will compete are Lisa Ball, f Int**    Lori Hill baritone Kl istee Wunderlich twirling Steffi Sheffield twirling and Kami Schiller twilling Patricia Campos. ChrisMna Mor ga and Lisa Hall will play a flute trio Students will compete May to at the Lmversityof Texas at \ustin Hand director at Canyon High School is | tennis I > Koehler Principal praises students for achievement Canyon Middle School s students i*l the month tor May were honored I i alay dm mg lunet) in the cafeteria, where their parents were invited to loin them and see them receive their eel titivates Students from each subject area are selected on the basis of attitude citizenship and academic achieve meat said Hoy I .lunart/ CMS pun cipal Highth grade students who were honored are Kevin Sering social studies Lsmeralda Con/ales language arts Laurie Until math Blad Wuest balut Casey Scarborough art Merlinda McKean, girls physical education and Brian Wendell Inns athletics Use Shannon Albrecht girls a t ti lee t i c s T ab i t ti a (J rec ii homemaking Cora (traces Spanish Jason T nuncle reading Sheri Bice Herman Michael Tiger! program mg and,Im guen Mn ego iii english as a second language In the seventh grade honorees iii dude Louis (ion/ales, social studies Julie McDaniel, language arts Todd Larson, science. Irma Flores. leading. Kelly Merkel band t(u-hard Baume/ choil and Mil bael Bird art \lso, April Peterson girls physical education Dreg Hadnt boss atheletics. Melisa (Juerro girls athletics. Imeldu Flores homemaking Brenda Bosser leading and Janet Aleman hor t (culture Sixtti grade students honored were Belinda De bat'IU/. social studies Ned Davis, language aits Loll Bill mgton science Todd Han/.elka math Stephanie Serna, reading (ados Bodngue/ hand Weeki Hied/ art My st et* Wunderlich. gills physical education. Clayton B app combination unit and Thi‘icsa(ia\ reading Teacher set to a fiend school Bonnie H Johnson, physical science and world geography teacher at Smithson Valley High School has been selected to attend the Texas Alliance for nongraphic education Summer Institute SI AH K is sponsored by tin* Na tarnal nongraphic Society Tile iii smote will tx* held from July lf* to Aug 7 at Southwest Texas State I'niversity iii San Marcos International network seeks local support (Educational Foundation tor Foreign Study, a non profit higii school exchange organization, is looking for enthusiastic people to supervise its programs in the New Braunfels area The foundation is hoping to add New Braunfels to its network of hun dreds of .American communities in eluding 54 in Texas already benching from the intercultural ex changes The foundation sponsors six or 10-month exchanges between teen agers and families from 20 countries, including the United States Area representatives serve as the founda bons local contact person in the host community, enhancing international communication among community members Kim Birtcher. an experienced area representative from Fairfield, has been selected by the foundation to recruit new volunteers in New Braunfels For more information, call her collect at 214-389 3681 or call EF Foundation toll-free at 1-800-447-4273 S A G E. teachers join world conference Two Comal ISI* teachers who par tieipate iii the Significant Activities for (ienerating Excellence program have heen notified that they will he presentoi- at the World Conference for (lifted Talented Beverly « iinnmgham who teaches at Mountain Valley Elementary School and Betty ( <*hh of Hrn/ier EJementarx School will participate in the conference Mig I 7 in Salt Lake < it v The teachers will tie sharing the presentation with a Southwest leva State I diversity professor I heir program will focus on “The Crisis in the Corridor, a summer program tm middle school students to tie held at SW I The program deals with creative problem solving of real life pro Idem specifically those created bv the Interstate ’..* con idol CHS students elect next year's club leaders Student clubs and organizations at < nnyon High School are now electing officers for tin* 1987 KH school year National Honor Society leaders will he Brian Yarbrough president Cur tis Shane vicepresident (Jinn Mer/. secretary and (Dis Chiiek, treasurer For the Home Economics {{elated Occupations ( Int* president will be Tammy Timmermann and vice president will he Vanessa Holder Industrial art students do to state competition Industrial arts students from Ca neon High School competed this weekend in state com pet ion and a leadership conference iii Waco ( lls seniors Darrin Hustafson and (ilen Srneal were chapter delegates Hustafson entered competition iii metalworking test and rocket launch while Srneal entered tile wood test Other seniors participating were Mark Hoffmann rocket launch Ashok Patel safety poster Peggy Preiss architecture test and compute! assisted drawing and Matt Brot/e. drawing Sophomore Jerry Chance) Lawrence participated in bridge building compot it ion, while freshmen competitor included Tracey Schul/ general drafting and computer a - god drawing Jon Pelzl oleo trival test Tun Shaler woodwork mg Kevin Sulge woods test and Carmel Lomgro carbon dioxide race car Industrial arts teacher at Canyon High is Paul Koeian Frazier students top poetry contest Frazier Elementary School students took top honors in the Creator New Braunfeh Arts Council fifth annual county wide poetry con test in April First place in her division went lo Kirsten Oelkers, who received $50 anil ;i pass to the Mid 'Texas Sym phony and Circle \rts Theatre Cyn thia Thayer won second place earn mg $2.'i and passes to the symphony and theatre Honorable mention went to Bachel Perkins, Susan Alton and Kristina Hamilton All are filth graders Get it off your chest in FORUM/ daily on the Opinions Page in the H»rald-Ztitun$ BUT DMY FOB 18 HOURS 1/2 CARAT OF DIAMONDS 8* $29750! 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