New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 4, 1987, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 04, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas cellent,” “satisfactory.” “improve ment needed” and “unsatisfactory” for all classes Hall said CISD first grade teachers graded students on the numerical basis all of last year That system presented some problems, she said The students spend much of the first six weeks getting familiar with their new environment and their learning during that period is difficult to measure, the educator added “After the first six weeks, they get more into actual grading ( Teachers move them right along.” Hall said “(Grading' is a combination of their dailv work and their test work ” New Braunfels ISI) does not issue grades for first grade students dur mg the first six week period, said Linda Schlather, NBlSD’s elemen tan, curriculum director NB1SD s first grade teachers have conferences with parents to discuss a student s progress -V.S, frTP' rn \ After Comal County Fair f a|a Houston Trackers 90IIV Unidens Channel Master JPK Tony’s Satellite Shop 2226 W San Antonio    625-5546 2i yrs in Business Same Location in Ne* Brauna «■ CARPET ,) • '*» * rn * rn* 11DON’T MISS THESE FANTASTIC SAVINGS! counselors, hotline staffers and publicity The shelter depends on community help to keep the shelter going, Hackney said Comal County Commissioners last month refused to grant the shelter ans of the $35,000 it requested, Hackney said This is the second year the county has refused to give the shelter funds, she said The shelter will not be eligible for state funding until it has served five families per month for nine months, Hackney said The shelter has received support from Comal County Community Fund, the Downtown notary Club. St John s Episcopal Church and New Braunfels Presbyterian Church, as well as from citizens and businesses in the com munity since we can t afford a paid staff. we will have to depend on volunteers,*' Hackney said •Volunteers are the heart of the shelter Family violence exists in New Braunfels and Comal County Hackney said In 19 8 ti, New Braunfels Police responded to IHI calls From January through July 4 1987. the department has responded to LH calls The Comal County Sheriff's Department responded to approximately too family violence calls from January 1985 through July 4,1987 Women s centers in Hays and Guadalupe counties have provided shelter to battered and abused women in Comal County It s time for Comal County to take care of its own instead of letting Hays County and Guadalupe county take care of us Hackney said New Braunfels has to recognize that we do have family violence in our com munity ” Beginning this month the shelter s 12 newly trained volunteers will begin providing the services of a full time family violence shelter staff is an pi mini GARFIELD SAYS:CUT 50% CUT 41-47% CUT 30-40% • * ■I (-Til y k :-6" , L si * ^ . 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CL JOIN TS ARTHRITIS Family violence shelter volunteers to start hotline Twelve Comal County I- amily Violence Shelter volunteers com pleted a four week training session this week “I’m very pleased with the turnout and I’m really pleased by the attitude of the people involved.” said Ann Hackney, advocate training coordinator More than IO people have already signed up for another training session in February The Comal County Family Violence Shelter, which opens this month, will be a safe haven” for battered and abused adults and their children This month trained volunteers will begin staffing a 24 hour hotline for the shelter Hackney said she expects shelter a ti . sty for this month and next month to be slow until the community realizes the shelter and hotline exist "Although, if we hail the shelter open these last three days we could have served three families she said The shelter needs volunteers to train and serve as legal adv m ates fundraisers office workers Fire Marshal Elroy Friesenhahn. left, and Fire Chief Phillip Baker accept a resolution from Mayor George F.rben designating Oct 4-10 as Fire Prevention Week The mayor s proclama tion urged residents to avoid problems by planning alternative escapes from their homes in case of fire. The Comal school district will be giving its first graders a break for the first six-week grading period. In stead of being graded on a numerical scale like their older colleagues, the first graders will, just for the first six weeks, be graded in a less specific manner Carol Hall, CISD curriculum director, said the change for the first grading period is necessary because teachers have a hard time pinpointing exact grade averages for the young students after only six weeks in school First grade students will be graded on a numerical basis for some classes after the first six weeks State law requires that the numerical grading system be used in the first grade for language arts, math, science and social studies However local school boards are given an option to use different grading classifications for a portion of the first grade CISD’s trustees have opted to grade students’ * ex- ‘ We are proud of our new volunteer advocates, but we need many more.” Hackney stressed “The need is so great that 12 people cannot be expected to carry the burden alone ’’ The hotline number is 620-HELP For more information, call Hackney or Debbie Hark at 620-5533 No Obligation - Nothing To Pay Can Chiropractic Help You? 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