New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 16, 1991, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 16, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas HwaM-Z$ltung, New Braunfels, Texas    Friday,    August    16,    1991    Page    5New Braunfels cheerleaders camp champions Gathered with sponsor Debbie Fitsko, back left, are members of the New Braunfels High School cheerleading squad. Both the varsity and junior varsity groups captured Grand Champion First Place trophies in recent International Cheerleading Foundation camp competition in Houston. Cheerleading competition at the University of Houston on July 26 proved to be very successful for the New Braunfels High School cheerleaders. Both squads walked away with Grand Champion First Place trophies. Not only did both the varsity and junior varsity squads place first for their cheerleading and gymnastics skills, they also won the dance competitions in their respective divisions. The Varsity Cheerleaders’ winning status again earned them the right to participate in the International Cheerleading Foundation’s National Competition in Nashville, Tennessee Dec. 27-30. There, more than 200 squads from across the United States will compete for national status. Head Varsity Cheerleader Erin Motz was asked to join the IFC teaching staff next summer. She will travel across the country teaching other high school cheerleading squads. Also, four NBHS varsity cheerleaders, Melinda Camarillo, Dawn Maldonado, Brandis Motz and Megan Motz, were chosen as “All Americans” and will have the opportunity to compete in Nashville in the individual category. Scholarships in the amounts of $2,500 will be awarded to the national “All American” winners. Head Junior Varsity Cheerleader Holly Goergcs earned the prestigious “Coug” award for the most spirited individual during the full week of cheerleading camp. The New Braunfels High School Varsity Cheerleaders for 1991-92 will be led by senior Erin Motz. The senior squad members are: Michelle Sandberg, Kristin Farmer, Melinda Camarillo, and Natalie Pogue. Juniors are: Brandis Motz, Megan Motz, Dawn Maldonado, Lara Wright, Katherine Schima, Kathryn Ka- wazoc, Amanda Rayburn aru) Brandi Downing. The Junior Varsity Cha'! leaders, led by Holly Goergcs, include Jcftni Voigt and Loraine Pacheco. The adult sponsor for th* uwajrd winning squads is Debbie Fii ko. COMAL COUNTY 4-H BENEFIT DANCE GRAPES OF WRATH At Eagle* s Hall In New Braunfels August 16, 1991 8 P.M.-Midnight $4.50 at the door Contact any 4-H Member or The Extension Office 132 South Water Lane 625-9178CISD offers vocational course work Two new vocational course offerings will be available to secondary students beginning in the 1991-92 school year, when health occupations will be taught at both Canyon and Smithson Valley High Schools, and a new office education cooperative program will be added to the curriculum at SVHS/ Health Occupations I is a pre-employment course for students in the eleventh and twelfth grades. This is a course that includes development and application of skills in a classroom or clinical setting, relating to a group of health occupations. ' “The student will observe and/or give assistance to professional health care personnel in a clinical environment,” said Wesley Odell, vocational coordinator for CISD. Students at both high schools who have completed a Health Care Science class last year may bccnroilcd in Health Occupations I. These students will be observing and assisting in the different departments of McKenna Memorial Hospital for 90 minutes, three days per week. “In this way, they will be able to rotate through the different departments of the hospital during the yearlong course,” Odell said. “By observing these departments, students may determine what medical occupations Another course added to the curriculum al Smithson Valley High School is Office Education Cooperative. To be taught by Carolyn Pittman, the course may be taken by junior and senior students. This is an occupationally specific course which includes advanced concepts and skills necessary for a general office position through a simulated office environment. Special emphasis is placed on keyboarding, records management, communications, operation of office machines and the electronic production of business documents. Students enrolled in this course work in office posiuons in the community for three hours during the school day. They must work a minimum of 15 hours per week. For more information about these, or any, vocational courses offered by Comal ISD, con laclOdell at625-8081 or 885-7674.Band loses out to cheerleaders HOUSTON (AP) — Oilers officials don’t think a high school band and drill team is as spicy as the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders. So four days before the game, they gave the kids the shiny while boot. The 300-member Sterling High School band and drill team learned Wednesday that the Cowboys cheerleaders would replace them as halftime entertainment in Sunday’s Oilers-Cowboys preseason game. 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