New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 17, 1987, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education Page 10A Herald-Ze/ftzng New Braunfels Texas Sunday May 17 198/ (.USDStudents qualify for state Special Olympics Five Canyon Middle School students have qualified to participate May .’7 and 28 in the Texas Special Olympics to he held at Memorial stadium The University of Texas at Vustin Dennis Voigt Irene Ledesma. Mien Matey Rosemary Robles and Dolores Sell earned the right to par Iii quite atter competing April 25 in the Mea I : track and field meet Hie students entered a variety of track and field events including 50 meter dash standing long jump and softball throw.’ said Kay Smock teacher at CMS She said the 12 Ca nyon Middle School and three Bulverde Middle School students won collectively 15 first place rib lions five second place ribbons two tim (Is and two tiff Ii places Special olympics provide an op portunity fen special athletes to com pete and excel among their peers ages 8 years to adult.' the educator said <>ui students have been proc tieing and wor king out twice a week since February in preparation for the meet Head coach is lo Free teachers .ire Smock and Sue Keoghan. and sponsors are Rosie (iutierre/ Odelia (ion/ales Alice Dimler Fmma Schmidt Marge McCormick Kristi McCormick Betsy Castleberry. Madge Royston. Junior Ledesma. Darlene Campbell and Nancy Voigt Student participants .it the area meet also included Rosalinda Martinez Kim Kite ( olton Harrison. Monica (Mazier Lee Voigt, Clayton Rapt* Fritzie Engel. Wesley Watson Memrie Tye and ( hristme I Anc IiMountain Valley student wins NASA award Science fair winner Jerry Ayer a student at Mountain Valley Middle School attended awards ceremonies earlier this month at the Johnson Space ( enter in Houston Approximately 5o science fair w in tiers from lo states were honored bv Jim Poindexter educational director for NASA and Pierre Thout. astronaut A big thrill for all the winners was to have their picture made with a real astronaut." said Eileen Vandal. Mountain Valley science teacher who accompanied Ayer to Houston, along with his mother and three brothers Students visited the NASA control room, cafeteria, space flight simulators and astronaut training sessions Ayer s winning science fair project was a model of the ozone layer of the earth's atmosphereComal young authors hold conference Fifth grade students at Comal Elementary School participated Fri day in their eigth annual Young Authors Day Culminating activities for writing units, students took part in the young author s conference Presentations were made by poets Barbara Tieken and Joe Parra artist Elaine Felder and commercial artist Steve IlockalSVHS students earn industrial arts honors Industrial arts students from Smithson Valley and Canyon High schools and Canyon Middle School participated recently in the Texas American Industrial Arts Student Association Conference and state competition From Canyon High School, first place went to Scott Martin for his plastic dustpan while Kenny Bowen s porch swing. Brian Dudley -gumhall machine Brenda McClain s ring and Karl Oelker s clock all received second place ribbons Earn mg third place award were Matt Erben. wooden shelf Michael Wibracht. print and Brandon Lewis chair First place awards were won by SVHS students Beth Theirs multiple machine parts drawing John liegeman, topographic drawing Todd Peirsol pipe drawing and Dana Long c o rn posit ion photographs Second place winners were Larry Mavwald multiple machine parts drawing Jet* Matulich single machine part draw mg and .structural drafting Hugh Lynch, topographic drafting Wayman Matthew, pictural nun hint parts drawing Jason Callas single machine part drawing Brennan Hardy, sheetmetal development drafting Also Brian Sherwood topographic drafting Frank Birch pictorial drawing Bluzette Phillips art late) tural presentation. Mark Tschoepe pictorial drawing Edmund Jones topographic drawing Philip Moxa working draw ing Mike Hopper pi< tonal drawing Brandon Stimies computer aided drawing Tony Terrell electrical drawing Brennan Barde metric Jon and sheetmetal development drafting and Todd Pen sol. machine draw ing topographic drawing, metric draw mg and machine part ink dr aw mg Also Frank Bi re ti reproduced draw ing Shawn ('yr freehand draw mg and sheetmetal development dr,ill mg Bart Barre architectual pencil piC'onta'ion Lance Damuth architectual pencil presentation Jeff Murrax architectual ink presen tailor, and Kick Fossum. electronic iput Pam \ draw mg bool second place I i acy Schulz I drawing Matt hawing, and Tim nods project Third ut to Ashok Patel Foggy P lei ss I drawing and computer assisted Teacher to attend institute for law-related instructors P Social studies teacher Sally Kingsbury, of New Braunfels High School, has been accepted to attend the Law and Humanities summer institute sponsored by the State Bar ut Texas and Law Focused Education, Inc The institute is held exclusively for teachers working iii law-related education law-related education is the innovative use of role-playing, staging mock events in the classroom arid the use of tools like community resource people, specially developed curriculm and field trips." said Bill Whitehurst, president of SRO'! It s an aetivie partnership between teachers and students with lawyers, judges and other members of the legal sy stem " Kingsbury will Im- attending tile course along with 47 other teachers from across the state She teachers economics and government at Mills Kingsbury has been a mock trial sponsor arid she teaches aerobics on NBISD Schools pass out schedules of summer events, classes New Braunfels ISI) x Community Education brochure will be distributed through all schools in the next two weeks. The brochures will not be mailed this session Because most of the classes are geared toward children, we thought that sending the brochures home with the children would be the best option," said Barbara Doep-penschimdt. NBISD community education director Ndditional brochures will be available at The Education Center, 4JO W Mill St., as well as at the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department and the Comal ISI) administrative offices. TEAMS, TAP results issued this week New Braunfels ISI) will issue scores from Texas Education Assessment of Minimum Skills and California Achievement Test to parents Monday. Teams scores for New Braunfels High School ninth grade students w ill be sent home during this week Students who took the Tests of Achievement and Proficiency also will receive score reports. Parents are asked to review results with the students and to notify the counselors' office at 625-6271 if they have any questions Results will be distributed to New jgr 4?i# ggi    mw mw mw; mw mw mi rn mw »hihi m\w GRAND OPENING off the New BEST CLEANERS In town Specials thru May 31st 3 pants $2.99 BLUE JEANS EXCLUDED 2 PC. Suits MEN'S OR LADIES' $2.99 FREE MOTH PROOFING 1 DAY SERVICE AVAILABLE Located in Unicorn Plaza in front of Kroger’s 615C HWY 81 W. K20 6706    HOURS: Braunfels    7-7 Mon.-Sat. New instructional television She also was a finalist for New Braunfels ISI) teacher of the year title this year Using law-related education as the basis f its program, the summer mstitL an intensive two-week, 90-hour in-service course that utilizes history, political science and legal scholars to teach tile history and theory behind the U S Constitution and the Bill of Hights. To Ik* accepted, social studies teachers must be master teachers with at least two years experience in the classroom and lie committed to remaining in the profession for at least the next two years Law-related education is a movement between teachers, lawyers and law enforcement officials that stresses tfie importance of teaching youth that citizenship skills, rights and responsibilities under the Constitution require knowledge and active involvement in the institutions that support the law Braunfels Middle School students during their language arts classes Monday Parents win* wish to visit with leat hers about the scores are invited to do so during the rest of the week The NBMS counselors can be reached at 625-7728 Parents of students who took the tests at Seek* and Carl Schurz may pick up results from 3:50-5 p in Parents of students who took the tests at Lone Star and Memorial may pick up results from 3 35-5 pm "Should parents not come on May 18, i Monday i the test reports will bi* made available to them in the school office until May 29," said NBISD Assistant Superintendent Linda Avila "Those parents who liave failed to pick up the test reports by May 29 will receive them iii their child's final report card." NBHS teacher awarded scholarship New Braunfels High School teacher Susan Hermes has been awarded a scholarship to participate in Southwest Texas State University’s National Endowment for the Humanities program this sununer. She is one of 30 participants chosen from the Central Texas area Participants iii the program will define citizen responsibilities through the interchange between English and social .science teachers. ^BfiSB&CARD OF THANKS Our thanks to our many friends, rein fires and neighbors for their thoughtfulness at flit ti an id the hiss of (tur dear mother. Special thanks to Mr. Trieseh, Mr. Hurst, nurses and staff of E de n Home and hr. kin mood Kennedy and Rev. Rodney M’i lls We appreciate the many flowers, cards, memorials, food and other expressions of sympathy.    The    bam ily of AI ma Sell a maim * THE ARTHRITIS DIAGNOSTIC & TREATMENT CENTER is pleased to announce the opening of an office in New Braunfels with Dr. Joel Rutstein, Rheumatologist at 189 E. 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