New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 22, 1993, Page 8

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung September 22, 1993

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 8 ■ HeraW-Zertung ■ Wednesday, Sept 22,1993NBMS band marches strong in parade mMeetthe TeachersHfk Throughout the school year, Meet the Teachers" will feature Sew Braunfels Independent School District's newest teachers 6 Owen Eberhart earned both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in library science from the University of Texas in Austin. Not only does she have three years experience with the San .Antonio Public Library sy stem, but she has 11 years of i    experience in public school education, of w hich five years have been with New Braunfels I    ISD She will be the librarian at New Braunfels Middle School. Greatest pleasure in teaching: “Positive strokes from students." Educational philosophy: "I believe that an education should provide children with a basic acquaintance with the rudiments of our culture - and a desire to learn on their own.” A Chuck Faires earned a Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education from Texas A&I University. He is a social studies teacher at New Braunfels Middle School. He has taught U. S. History and government/economics to grades nine through 12 for a ; year. He also served as an Arab linguist in the US Army for five years. Greatest pleasure in teaching: “My greatest pleasure in teaching comes from helping and witnessing students succeed in reaching their full potential." Educational philosophy: "I feel education must provide students with the skills necessary to function in an increasingly complex technological society. But most importantly, education must enable students to discover their uniqueness and their individual gifts and talents, then provide the guidance necessary to help students develop their abilities to their fullest potential." NBISD ‘Educating everyone talkies everyone. Gwen Eberhart Chuck Faires With 326 members, the New Braunfels Middle School Band would be hard not to hear or see in the Comal County Fair Parade. Shown above are the 1993*94 twirlers. They are, standing left to right, Baylea Taylor, Lacey Moore, and Keri Hildebrand. Kneeling are Dawn Schneider, Melissa Halm, Jacqueline Mayfield and Shawna Smith. In addition to performing with the band in the parade, the twirlers also perform at school pep rallies and compete in area contests. At right are the drum majors of the NBMS band. Francesca Cardenas and Heather Saathoff, who both auditioned last May for the positions, exemplify the leadership and spirit of the band. The band is directed by Clay Zientek, who is assisted by Anna Zientek and Lisa Greenwood. NBISD photos by LESLIE KRIEWALDT NBISD students have a holiday Friday Students and staff members in New Braunfels ISD will have a holiday this Friday to celebrate and participate in the Comal County Fair Parade. . Sept. 23 marks the end of the First six-week grading period. Report cards are sent home the first Wednesday follow ing the end of a grading penod. The second six-week grading begins Sept. 27. Elementary parent conferences with teachers are planned for Oct. I. Students will be released early that Friday at 12:30p.m. School buses will run according to the early release schedule. The next student holiday is Oct. 29 to provide a state-mandated staff development day for district educators. Districts are required to provide at least 20 hours of training for teachers. NBMS science club burns with energy In its second year. the New Braunfels Middle School science club is off to a great start The 78 members must maintain an 80 average or above in science, pass all classes, attend meetings and participate in fundraisers and projects. Active members will get to hear guest speakers and attend field trips throughout the year. The club's first project w as to join Friends for Rivers in the recent annual Guadalupe River clean up. At least 36 members showed up to float in rafts and wade through mud to rid the river of its trash. Other projects planned for the year include campus beautification and paper recycling. Field trips are sched uled to the Marine Science Institute in Port Aransas, Aquatic Field Day in San Marcos, a ranch visit in west Texas and visits to other exciting, educational places. The club will also sponsor an assembly featuring “Mr. Wizard's Science Show" for New Braunfels Middle School students. Club sponsors Kristie Thompson and Anita Daw anticipate an exciting year ahead for the growing club and its members. 1990 Chevy 1/2 Ton Suburban Red/Gray VS, ATran*. Dual AZC, P/Steenng/Braha*. Tilt, Cruise, Silverado Pkg. Sunscreen Giau    Super    Sharp    unit 1990 6lds Cutlass Cierra &L 4Dr. Blue V6, A/Trans, AC, P/Steenng/Brakas, Tilt, Cruise, Cassette, p/wmdowslocks_Dont    Miss    This Ona Owner 1991 Dodge Spirit 4Dr. blue 4 cyl. A/Trans, A/C, P/SteermgUrake*. Tilt, Cruise, Cassette _Great Family Car 1992 ford Explorer Sport Red V6, A/Trans, A/C, P/Steenng/Brakes, Tilt, Cruise, Cassette, p/wmdows/Lock*    Priced    To Sell 1993 Ply. Acclaim 4Dr. Driftwood 4 cyl, A/Trans. AZC. P/Steerm^Brakes, Tilt, Cruise, Stereo Program Unit Extended Warranty Avail. 1982 Ford Granada Ste. Wagon 6 cyl., A/Trans, AZC, P/Steeringttrakes. 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Seguin New Braunfels, Tx 625-3463 New Braunfels 1-800-879-2621 Legislative conference set for New Braunfels March 24,25,1994 Bank of America has hoined with the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Co-op and Southwestern Bell Telephone of Texas in cosponsoring the 28th Annul Texas Legislative Conference to be held in New Braunfels March 24 and 25,1994. Longtime Advisory Committee Chair, Dean Max Sherman of the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas said, "Additions to the Advisory Committee roster are Mario Hernandez, President of the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation and the President of the Texas Industrial Development Council; Mark Yudof, Dean of the University of Texas School of Law; and Larry McNabb, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Bank of America Texas." Local 4-Hers win Gold Star Awards The coveted Gold Star, the highest recognition of 4-H achievement at the county leve, was presented at the District 13 Gold Star Awards Luncheon in Uvalde Sept. 18 The event was held at noon at the Uvalde Country Club. Among those honored were Dustin Kramer, Brandy Elliott and Greg Schlathcr, representing Comal County. They were named Gold Star winners on the basis of personal development, leadership, outstanding achievement in projects and activities and contributions to the overall county 4-H program. About 120 4-Hers, parents, adult leaers, special guests and Texas Agricultural Extension Service personnel attended the luncheon Others who attended the lunceon from Comal County included Terry Brandy Elliott and Dustin Kramer Gene Elliott, Gene Alexander, Jerry and Dianna Kramer, Rachel Williams and Carl and Pal R&on    District    Council President served as Kevin Coleman, Dimmit County,    master of ceremonies. Hermann Sons report big camping season Comfort Plus Economy The 40th annual Hermann Sons youth camping season, which ended in mid-August, attracted the thrird highest attendance since 1954, when Riverside Youth Camp opened on the Guadalupe River near Comfort. Dedicated on July 14, 1991, Hilltop Camp, located on the same 330-acre tract, was in service for its second full 10-week camping season. Included in the 3,483 campers were 355 from Comal County. As part of the fraternal benefits package offered to the 80,000 Hermann Sons members statewide, campers pid only $60 per week to attend camp, which represents 24 percent ofthe actual cost to maintain a camper at one of the Hermann Sons facilities for a week. Camps Director Buddy Preuss said the cost to campers is about one-eighth the cost of a private Hill Country camp, that is comparable to Hermann Sons' camps' facilities and programs. The summer camping season is reserved for junior members between the ages of nine and 13; however, with the opening of Hilltop Camp, a yearlong camping program has been started for families, older teens and seniors. Auditions Saturday, September 25 9:00 AM Center Court *See Customer Service For Applications & Eligibility Requirements Rolling Oaks Mall 10 am to Op rn Monday thru Saturday 12 to h pm Sunday Loop 1604 al Nacogdoches 1992 DODGE DYNASTY 4 Dr. - Ice Blue V6, A/Trans, A/C, P/Stssring/Brakas, Tilt, Cruise, Cassatts, P/Wlndows/Locks I I I I I I I I I I I I . FEATURED THIS WEEK L > 4 I ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: September 22, 1993

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