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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Newspaper Archive: May 17, 1987 - Page 10

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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Education PagelOA Students qualify for state Special Olympics i Five Canyon Middle School since February in preparation for the Jlrn educational director authors ronfprpnrp pid t tudents have qualified to participate for NASA and Pierre r Five Canyon Middle School Students have qualified to participate May 27 and 28 in the Texas Special Olympics to be held at Memorial The University of Texas at Dennis Irene Allen Rosemary Robles and Dolores Sell earned the right to par after competing April 25 In jhe Area 13 track and field The students entered a variety of track and field events including 50 fmeter standing long jump and Isoftball said Kay Steadier at She said the 12 Ca Inyon Middle School and three Bulverde Middle School students 15 first place rib five second place two Ithirds and two fifth Special Olympics provide an op portunity for special athletes to com pete and excel among their ages 8 years to the educator Our students have been prac ticing and working out twice a week since February in preparation for the Head coach is Jo teachers are Smock and Sue and sponsors are Hosie Odelia Alice Emma Marge Kristi Betsy Madge Junior Darlene Campbell and Nancy Student participants at the area meet also included Rosalinda Mar Kim Colton Monica Lee Clayton Fritzie Wesley Memrie Tye and Christine Mountain Valley student wins NASA award Science fair winner Jerry a student at Mountain Valley Middle attended awards ceremonies earlier this month at the Johnson Space Center in Approximately 50 science fair win ners from 10 states were honored by Jim for NASA and A big thrill for all the winners was to have their picture made with a real said Eileen Mountain Valley science teacher who accompanied Ayer to along with his mother and three Students visited the NASA control space flight simulators and astronaut training Ayers winning science fair project was a model of the ozone layer of the earths Comal young authors hold conference Fifth grade students at Comal Elementary School participated Fri day in their eigth annual Young Authors Culminating activities for writing students took part in the young authors Presentations were made by poets Barbara Tieken and Joe artist Elaine Felder and commercial artist Steve SVHS students earn industrial arts honors Industrial arts students from Srnithson Valley and Canyon High schools and Canyon Middle School participated recently in the Texas American Industrial Arts Student Association Conference and state from Canyon High first place went to Scott Martin for his plastic while Kenny Bowens porch Brian Dudleys gumball Brenda McClains ring and Karl Oelkers clock all received second place Earn ing third place award were Matt wooden shelf Michael print and Brandon Lewis Teacher to attend institute for lawrelated instructors B ctllrlioc First place awards were won by SVHS students Beth multiple machine parts drawing John topographic drawing Todd pipe drawing and Dana composition Second place winners were Larry multiple machine parts drawing Jeb single machine part draw ing and structural drafting Hugh topographic drafting Wayman pictoral machine parts drawing Jason single machine part drawing Brennan sheetmelal development Brian topographic drafting Frank pictorial drawing Bluzette architec tural presentation Mark pictorial drawing Edmund topographic drawing Philip working drawing Mike pic torial drawing Brandon computeraided drawing Tony Ter electrical drawing Brennan metric 500 and sheetmetal development drafting and Todd machine topographic metric draw ing and machine part ink Also Frank reproduced drawing Shawn freehand draw ing and sheetmetal development drafting Bart architectual pencil presentation Lance architectual pencil presentation Jeff architectual ink presen tation and Kick electronic Canyon High School second place winners were Tracy computerassisted drawing Matt pictoral drawing and Tim general woods Third place ribbons wont to Ashok safety poster Peggy computerassisted drawing and Pam computerassisted Social studies teacher Sally of New Braunfels High has been accepted to attend the Law and Humanities summer sponsored by the State Bar lof Texas and Law Focused I The institute is held exclusively for teachers working in lawrelated Lawrelated education is the innovative use of staging mock events in the classroom and the use of tools like community resource specially developed curriculm and field said Bill president of Its an activie partnership between teachers and students with judges and other members of the legal Kingsbury will be attending the course along with 47 other teachers from across the She teachers economics and government at Kingsbury has been a mock trial sponsor and she teaches aerobics on NBISD Schools pass out schedules bf summer classes New Braunfels ISDs Community Education brochure will be distributed through all schools in the pext two The brochures will not be mailed this Because most of the classes are geared toward we thought that sending the brochures home with the children would be the best said Barbara Doep NBISD community education Additional brochures will be available at The Education 430 Mill as well as at the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department and the Comal ISO administrative TAP results issued this week New Braunfels ISO will issue scores from Texas Education Assessment of Minimum Skills and California Achievement Test to parents Teams scores for New Braunfels High School ninth grade students will be sent home during this Students who took the Tests of Achievement and Proficiency also Will receive score Parents are asked to review results with ihe and to notify the counselors Office at 6256271 if they have any Results will be distributed to New Braunfels Middle School students during their language arts classes Parents who wish to visit with teachers about the scores are invited to do so during the rest of the The NBMS counselors can be reached at Parents of students who took the tests at Seele and Carl Schurz may pick up results from Parents of students who took the tests at Lone Star and Memorial may pick up results from Should parents not come on May Monday the test reports will made available to them in the school office until May said NBISD Assistant Superintendent Linda Those parents who have failed to pick up the test reports by May 29 will receive them in their childs final report NBHS teacher awarded scholarship New Braunfels High School teacher Susan Hermes has been awarded a scholarship to participate in Southwest Texas State Univer sitys National Endowment for the Humanities program this She is one of 30 participants chosen from the Central Texas Participants in the program will define citizen responsibilities through the interchange between English and social science I GRAND OPENING of the New BEST CLEANERS In town Specials thru May 31st 3 pants 6Ug JEANS I Suits MENS QflUDiS JWSgJWeE AVAILABLE instructional She also was a finalist for New Braunfels ISD teacher of the year title this Using lawrelated education as the basis f its the summer institu an intensive 90 hour inservice course that utilizes political science and legal scholars to teach the history and theory behind the Constitution and the Bill of To be ac social studies teachers must be master teachers with at least two years experience in the classroom and be committed to remaining in the profession for at least the next two Lawrelated education is a movement between lawyers and law enforcement of ficials that stresses the importance of teaching youth that citizenship rights and responsibilities under the Constitution require knowledge and active involvement in the institutions that support the law CARDOFTHANKSI Our thanks to our many relatives and neighbors for their thoughtfulness at the time of the loss of our dear Special thanks to nurses and staff of Eden Home and Linwood Kennedy and Rodney We appreciate the many food and other expressions of The Famiiy ofAlma Schumann THE ARTHRITIS DIAGNOSTIC TREATMENT CENTER is pleased to announce the opening of an office in New Braunfels with Joel Rheumatologist at 189 For appointment call 6204232 After hours call 14908067 Rutstein has a special interest in rheumatoid bursitis and fibrositis and back ROOFING SPRINC ROOFING SPECIAL Qive Your Hemt Triit Nstdtd Spring ANtw Reef Your Hsmfl Its Apptaians9t And Prevents Repairs In Future A FteRoofs 2Q Year Send Fttgrgiass Ptr Most FREE ESTIMATES 629409 Defensive 1 Driving Saturday and Evening Classes Available Classes Held at Holiday Inn DHOAID Pv INTERIORS At Last A Carpet That Can Handle Anything Billy Dishes New Du Pont Carpel by EvansBlack wipes away worries over carpet For as long as there have been there have been spills like And carpet stains to remember them But now theres an exciting new kind of carpet from Evans Black that jets you clesn up most com mon household spills 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