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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Education Page 8 New Texas May 1991 Comal ISO School Calendar 199192 August Workdays August Semester Begins September Day Holiday September Day Holiday November December Break January Semester Ends January Semester Begins March Show Holiday March Break March Weather Makeup Days May Semester Ends May Work Day Early Release Days Elementary 1992 May 1992 Secondary 1992 May 1992 Revised May In compliance with Senate Bill which add five school CISE Belcher named Ranger Smithson Valley High School se duction Joe mill and cabi jftiors Miki OBrien and John Belcher have been named 1991 SVHS Rangerette and Presented by Ron this pward goes to one male and one fe male senior student selected by the Students must have an A or B grade outstanding participa tion in school and community i The awards were presented at Students Awards at which time departmental awards were also Recipients were Lara Kami Kristin Wertz and Russell English Valorie French Lisa German Paige Spanish and speech Kristin foreign lan guages Tom ROTC Bill Hamilton and Billy art Greg Groenke and Deneen band Jason business Johanna Stahl and Matt choir Bemadette Farr and Meli ssa Other award winners were Lori graphics Rob In computer applications Jbhanna newspaper Denise yearbook Billy pro net making John Chad James Wirta and Daniella mathematics Bryan photography John Lisa Kristin Wertz and Russell science Mike econom ics Brandi Also honored were Matt government Greg United States history Noel world history Sherry Phillips and Matt acting April drama crew Lisa design student Matt vocational adjustment cooperative Lisa vocational office education Angela SVHS Student Council leadership award recipients were freshmen Dwayne Moore and Bernadette sophomores Dustin Gass and Israel juniors Kristin Bremer and Chad and seniors Brietta Cunningham and Miki Students named for 1991 partici pation in Texas Boys State and Blue bonnet Girls State are Jason Matt Kelly Chad Matt Greg Danielle Barr and Tina Costcutting effort Revised summer schedule goes into effect Monday In an effort to save energy a revised summer work schedule will be initiated at all Comal ISO offices and A 40hour work week will be in effect June 3 through The new schedule was approved by thedistrictstrusteesataspecialmeet ing on May Each principal or department head will be responsible for ensuring that Sometimes you learn by educat ipg Three snthgrade science classes of Deborah Karlssons fearned that During a Drug Education the students were asked to share reasons i drinking and drug use i hould be One class held a j osier while the other two c ivided into groups and performed I ublic service Winners of the poster contest Kendra Miller and Jennifer sharing first place Dillon Gay with second and Jos6 Soto and David Estrado took Criteria for the PSAs included an anti mes the use of staying within a 3060 second time and group Winning first place in class C were Patricia Kim Natalie Meek and Janina Earning first place in class D were Krystal Shavon Monica Gomez and Melissa NBMS teachers served as their employees comply with the 40 hour The Central Administra tion Office in New Braunfels will be open from to Monday through District officials estimate that the innovative schedule change will save the district at least this sum mer in energy All air condition ing and lights will be turned off from Thursday afternoon to Monday morn ing at all district offices and cam Summer school on CISD cam puses will be held on Mondays through Thursdays this Another costcutting change adopted by the districts administra tion will be moving all frozen and refrigerated foods to a central loca tion for the summer while electricity will be shut off at all the other school The district has also adopted a blackout policy on all campuses from June 3 through when all security lights will be turned Comal County Sheriffs Office repre sentatives have indicated that it will actually be easier to patrol the schools under these CISD employees will return to their traditional schedules on Had A Wish is theme ofPTA cultural arts contest Canyon Middle School student Elizabeth Lauten wins honorable mention in citywide competition with her poem Comal ISD students distinguished themselves this spring by winning awards in the New Braunfels City Council ParentTeacher Associations cultural arts Reflections This years theme If I Had A Top winners in the visual arts cat egory were Monique kinder garten Christi first grade and Sarah Lynn second All three are students at Bulverde Primary Smithson Valley Middle School swept the awards in sixth grader with winners Matt Schmidt and Vinod Joel McCready of SVMS and Erika Cole of Canyon Middle School were eighth grade while Lance Courson of SVMS won the seventh grade com In the literature Suzanne Manner and Kelly Shuck of Smithson Valley along with Elizabeth Lauten of Canyon Middle took the sixth grade Melissa Trimbleof Canyon as well as Miguel Garza and Tepon Wood of SVMS were winners in the grades 79 John a second grader at Bulverde Primary School won that Lauten also earned an honorable mention in citywide The daughter of and Bill Lauten of New her winning entry was the original Iron kid Frazier elementary School fifth grader Marcos Prieto is an hon orable mention winner in the Bread Iron Kids design a tshirt earning a championship f He is one of the top 100 winners among competitors nation CISD Photo Seniors to graduate Friday Over 350 seniors are candidates to receive their diplomas from Comal Independent School District high schools in commencement exercises next The Class of 1991 will graduate from Smithson Valley High School on Thursday at in Ranger weather In case of inclement the commence ment exercises will be held in the gymnasium and admission will be first first serve no tickets will be Superintendent Joe Rogers and members of the CISD board of trustees will present Seniors at Canyon High will gradu ate at on Friday at in Cougar S In case of inclement the exercises will be moved to the new gymnasium seniors will each receive 10 reserved seat Final exams are being conducted May 27 to and all schools will be released an hour and a half early on Wednesday and School buses will run according to the early release NBISD NBMS 8thgraders honored These dudes can do it i Throughout the school Seele Elementary students collected alu minum cans each Friday In its second the recycling project has earned approximately for the school this Funds from last years project were used to purchase a standing globe for the Collecting cans through the cold and the as well as the heat and humidity left to fourth graders Jared Clifton f Anthony Ayala and Ryan Behind them stand parent volunteers Lane Speck and Dee The chairman of the PTA Recycling Project has been Terry NBISD photo Learning by telling others New Braunfels Middle School eighth graders assembled for an awards ceremony this morning at in the Boys Students were recognized for aca demic and athletic as well as individual Receiving the American Le gion award were Lucia Flores and Michael Honored with the Junior Teenager award were Alison Bruemmer and John Bert Guzenski was selected for the Woodmen of the World while the Daughters of the American Revolution award went to Ellen Engler and Toby Named after the schoolsprincipal for 27 the William Karnau Leadership award was bestowed upon Sarah Recognized for perfect atten dance were Guy Garrott nine years Brenda six years five years Karen Elaine Traci Tuch and Patricia four years Tif fany Cerise Gillis and Barbara three years and Eric Barbara Rebekka Preiss and Shannon two years Maribel Matthew Kristie Rosa Justin Cristobal Tawana Jeremy Hector Analicia Emily Tanya David Rosalinda Meagan Marcus Stefan Aaron Herminia Jennifer Walker and Lynda Rene Woodall one Awarded for Courtney Kara Danika Samuel Tiffany Sarah Ali son Rochelle Lucia Marisa Amy Bert Kim Kast Sally Brenda Kla Karen Suzanne Derek Jana Tanya Sherry John Johnny Barbara Erika Meagan Julie Shannon Traci Allison Patricia Kristie Brookie Amy Flores and Robbin Con Chosen for Departmental awards were Stefan Stahl and Kendra science Ryan Kocian and Kelly algebra Samuel Bluntzer and Ashley theatre arts James industrial arts Johnny Reyes and Julie outstanding ath letes Gerry Sosa and Patricia physical education Denise Brenda typing Rebekka choir Shannon Thurston and Sarah English Jason Haas and Barbara band John Moreno and Sandra San history Erika Sagebiel and Eric art Sally home economics Bryan Sajiders and Courtney math Sabrina library science and Jeff Juarez and April Honored for choir were Irene Michelle Jeannie Rebekka Kristie Mary Ann Dianna Meckel and Gloria Singled out for Jazz Band partici pation were Doralisa Toby Shannon Trevor Doug Sarah Alison Zac David Di Vernon Jason Brookie John Emily Michael Shawn Shannon Julian Tristan and Amy Applauded for Student Council participation were Jody Ve ronica Karen Ryan Melissa Jen nifer Analicia Rosalinda Jennifer Erika Angela Julie Julian Armando Valadez and Brookie Certificates for their participation in the National Rifle Associations poster contest celebrating the bicen tennial of the Bill of Rights were earned by Misty Lucia Beatrice Espinosa and Travis N awards were presented to eighth graders in the Academic Pen tathlon and Knowledge Master Math and athletic achieve ments were also Carl Schurz 199192 officers The 199192 officers of the Carl Schurz Elementary Student Council were recently Serving next year will Tim McEuenS and Teresa Standing behind them are Jaime and Chris vice The Student Council plans and carries out a number of projects each year to benefit their school and Recent projects included planning a birthday celebration for the schools namesake and at the counclh collected and packaged toiletries which were given to a local nursing NBISD photo Meet the Teachers ft Irene Zapata earned her bachelor degree in education with a major in elementary education and a minor in bilingual education from South west Texas State She has been teach ing a second grade bilingual class at Memorial Elementary Her goal as a teacher is to be an effective I want to earn the respect of my students and parents in my As a I also want to keep myself involved with new ideas and strategies in Her philosophy regarding education Teachers have the most tant job in the Education is an important part that must take place in our I also feel that the education system must have the mosl dedicated   

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