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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education PagelOA New Texas December NBISD NBMS team places eighth in state contest A team of eight New Braunfels Middle School students recently competed in a grueling test of aca demic prowess in the National Knowledge Master The aca demic competition involves hun dreds of schools across the The NBMS team scored eighth place in Texas and 131st place in the nation out of more than 600 partici pating The middle school team was com prised of Bradley Eric Jeff Kcelcy David Shannon Amy Rcneau and Scott This is the second time NBMS students have competed in the con Developed to allow schools the op portunity to compete in a national contest without travel the competition is run on Apple II com The computers tally the stu dents scores based on accuracy and Results of the contest arc tabu lated into state and enroll mentsize Coaches for the academic event arc Myra Lee Goff and Tim The stateranked group is cur rently practicing for the Spring 1988 CISD Class invites parents to trade places Students at Carl Schurz Elemen tary arc asking their parents to Bee A Student For A The students in Kathcrync Cooks fourth grade math class have askcii their moms and dads to sit in their desks for an hour of math activities on From 910 parents will be doing math working problems at the and completing desk Each student will then grade their parents Cook said the purpose of the switch is lo give parents an opportu nity to sec what a typical day in a fourth grade math class is History students write to President Reagan American history students at Can yon Middle School have written to President Ronald expressing their Teachers Jeannie Pam Behling and David Hennig assisted their students in composing a letter to the President regarding arms reduc We appreciate your tremendous efforts lo establish world peace by promoting the ban of long and inter mediate range nuclear the letter Students We hope the summit meetings in December are and that the accomplish ments are As students and we realize the impor tance that your efforts will have on our lives in the Thank you for the tremendous job that you are doing as The letter was signed by 161 CMS Good Citizens named at Comal Elementary Good Citizens have been named at Comal Elementary School for the month of The Good Citizenship award program has been initiated this year on our said Principal Bar bara One student from each classroom is chosen each month to receive the she The students are chosen on the basis of good good study and work consistent perform ance lo the best of the students abil helpfulness without being fair qualities of leadership ap propriate to respect for rights and properues of and display of December recipients who received a certificate and were invited to each lunch with the principal are Jennifer Sherry Matt Tracy Tommy Rachel Ashley Chris Ea Jackie Delia Gail Paul Emily Kristina Robby Tiffany Jeff Goe Jennifer Kirchhoff and Jodie Mountain Valley Middle School Honor Roll Second Six Weeks Distinguished Honor Roll Eighth Grade Lora Lisa Seventh Grade Ginger Mindy Denise Vicky Tonya Ben Allison Reagan Kevin Michael Kristin Sixth Grade Rebecca Donovan Tina Heather Jennifer Kevin Allison Jessica Regular Hopor Roll Eighth Grade Jeremiah Erica Mike Roger Tina Rosa Robin Seventh Grade Mark Jessica Cody Shay Gar Wesley Eric Wendy Eighth Grade Sara Justin Dera Jason Erich Andy Kathy RaJeanne Jennifer Memorial sets good example Having ovcr40 principals in one school is not every students dream come at Memorial Pri students and teachers alike were happy to wel come 43 principals from across the state of On December 2nd and Texas elemen tary principals attended the annual convention of the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Asso ciation in San Before the convention was TEPSA sent a letter to area districts with the purpose of selecting nine unique campuses that would serve as models for the visiting Memorial Primary was nominated by NBISD and chosen by TEPSA as a school with not just one exemplary but many outstanding Of particular importance to was se lecting schools that have the needs of at risk students and have succeeded in meeting those The visitors were picked up from the San Antonio Convention Center by an NBISD school bus that had been washed and waxed by bus driver and Memorial Brett Displaying some of that famous Unicorn Wells was attired in a coat and NBISD made such a great impression thai over 40 prin cipals chose to visit doubling the number originally Setting the tone for the Superintendent Char les Bradbcrry told the guests that in NBISD they would sec schools where children respected adults and adults respected During their tour through the the principals were invited to help with a cooking show on a map where they were from for a Texas geography lesson and participate in other lessons and Guests were also treated to School Nurse Karon Prciss lesson on dental complete with Karon in a Happy Tooth Memorial Primary Principal Karen Simpson Every one of the comments we received was about the high quality of education the principals were I was told several times that New Braunfels was fortu nate to have such outstanding Remarks wore also made on how beautifully wellbehaved the chil dren I was proud of how well the teachers anil their students represented our saul CVAE students select Teacher of the Month One group of students at New Braunfels High School fell they knew so many great they decided to select a NBHS Teacher o the Adrian CVAH presi dent Were proud of our teachers and we wanted to show them our The CVAE students nominate teachers they feel are then teacher chosen IN given a gift certificate anil a Teachers selected for October anil Novemlvr were Jeanne mathematics Patsy English and Hildc Hughs and Pref irst grade students in Dorris Knights class at Bulverde Elementary School learn to share by baking bread for residents ol Judes Childrens Parent volunteer Diana Jackson oversees the baking of banana bread while students from left Deanna Tony Danny Mills and Cresta Stuart get to CISD photo John Curtis Is Pleased To Announce The Opening Of His Office For The Practice Of Law 260 Castell New Braunfels 6253443 Call For An Appointment ATTENTION FARMERSRANCHERS Kittle Petroleum Wholesale Distributor of Phillips 66 and Texaco Petroleum Diesel Kerosene and Now serving New Braunfels and Comal County We Deliver Call 3332510 SEE mm For the Saturday December by Memorial Primary Staff Lobby Hours Sat 9 GOLD FOR CHRISTMAS Coins and Chains A vail able at Executive Bane 555 35 New Texas FSUC The Original T Ail Easy MadeTough by COMAL SADDLERY 6 WESTERN WEAR 311FM 306 New 5126253641
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