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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                SVs Rider a warded teacher of the month New Texas Ann chairman of the busi ness department at Smithson Valley High is the Comal Independ ent School Districts teacher ofthc month for A 12year veteran of the teaching Rider instructs classes in accounting and word processing this In the she has also taught history and as well as all business courses offered at The educator holds a Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree from Texas Christian University and a Master of Education and Counseling from Southwest Texas State Univer In addition to her duties at the local high she teaches typing two nights per week at San Antonio Joe principal at Smilhson calls Rider a tremendously exceptional She does so many extra things like working with children on their advanced studies during her confer ence Rogers Rider is a super teacher and the principal Rider says she likes to teach be cause she loves working with young It gives me great pleasure when one of them comes back and says I prepared him for the she ob Rider says it is gratifying to give her students life skills with which they can gain She and her are the parents of three grown children Elizabeth and In her spare Rider enjoys knitting and read She is a member of the Texas Stoic Teachers the National Education Association and the Na CHS employee of month honor given to Hermes September Ann Rider tionil Business Education Associa Rider will be honored by the Comal Independent School District board of trustees at their regular monthly meeting 21 at Smithson Valley High and again at the Employee Recognition Banquet in She was named teacher ofthe month by a vote of her fellow faculty and staff members at the high Programs examine suicide A ret training Suicide and th will again be of fered at HCA Hill County Hospital from 8 a to 4 I This pro gram is of special interest to educators on identifying students ho are contemplating suicide Suicide is the second most common cause of death among following accidental death And of those 80 percent give a recognizable warning sign before the attempt Participants in the training pro gram will learn to identify methods of intervention and then engage in scenarios to practice thesv skills Advanced Academic Training credits will be and lunch will be provided Leading the training will be Josue who has a doctorate in clinical and has practiced and consulted with various schools and agencies in San Antonio A presentation on selfesteem how to see the good in ourselves and act on decisions that make us happy will be offered at the hospital 6 from 7 30to9p m HKSPKCT Your Self Worth will examine how self esteem is influenced by values our parents taught as well as how it relates to perfectionism and taking risk Leading the preservation on self esteem will be vYasne who has a masters degree in mental health counseling and is an associate of Harry Croft Your Self Worth is part of First Tuesdays A Series of Presentations for Your Mental Health sponsored by HCA Hill Country Hospital and the Mental Health Association in San Antonio CKL credits ill be Suicide and the Adolescent and Your Self Worth are provided as free as a community service by HCA Hill Country a psychiatric and substance abuse facility at 81205 o HUM in Live Please call the community relations depart ment at for more informa tion Pacharzina honored by national association A district con txily tx LS special the jvople in New Braunfels LSD tuts buildings brimming with talented Hie most recent NHLSD employee to receive recognition is ihe person responsible or hiring those ulcmcd people Director of IVrsoiuKl Services Flo The American Asstviation of School Personnel Administrators lias once again chovn to serve on the SS Resolutions Charles NU1SD Superintendent ol Schools Were so proud that Mo was selected to this Shes an outstanding personnel director who really takes the time and ellort to find the Ivst person lor CUTV Citing her renuuLible work and leadership ability at the stale AASPA fell that recognition was earned at UV nauonal IXscnbing iho committees We dralt a stand on issues that affect school personnel throughout the Because suites we to find common A major goal ol last years meeting was to commit to a plan ot action on stands adopted by AASPA for this years conference include obtaining the cooperation of all professional dealing wiih public schixils and higher With cooperative we can do things for teachers and begin to look at national stated 5or one resolution pertains to improving teachers Texas career ladder will be discussed as a method to this NBlSDs personnel director nuts one of me unique tilings about meeting other personnel If something giKxi is being done in we can share it with other states and implement it on ihe national r FAIR SPECIAL Go To The Fair In Fashion Our En tire Stock Ladies BLOUSES All New Full Stuck Save Ladies Sasson DENIM SKIRTS Any Blouse In Our Stock Size 816 Values to 24 99 San Antonio New Braunfeli 6253211 Call Combat world lot more mtorma porting local CROP walk A graduate of Canyon High School who has devoted her life to children is the Comal Independent School Districts employee ofthemonth for Pat Hermes serves as an aide in the WritingtoRead laboratory at Comal Elementary School where she is re sponsible for the operation of the computer lab that supports this pro WritingtoRead teaches children to write what they say and to read what they Hermes said of the pro that was pioneered by In her second year as the lab coordi she has been trained on the pro gram by Prior to she worked at Comal Elementary for two years as an aide in grades kindergarten to I have always enjoyed working with Hermes I guess thats why my husband and I were foster parents for five They have two children of their own and who are both students at We really depend on Pat to main tain the consistence of the Writingto Read said Barbara principal of the She is very concerned and interested in children and kids love the educator When shes not in the Hermes enjoys tennis and She will be honored Monday Sept 21 by the Comal I board of trus tees and again in May at the Employee Recognition CISD students learn progress Interim progress reports follow ing the third week of instruction will be issued this week for Comal Independ ent School District students who are not progressing satisfactorily in their school Parents should make certain that they contact the classroom teacher if their child receives an unsatisfactory progress said Carol Di rector of Curriculum for the the schools provide tutori als for students who are performing poorly in their academic Elementary schools are providing tutorials during the regular instruc tional Middle school and high school tutorials are held before and after school and parents should contact the building principal to make at rangements for this special The first six week grading 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