New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 28, 1994, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 28, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 8 ThUrkUy July NBISD classes start Aug 17 The summer heat isnt giving way to fall anytime soon but summer is ending anyway School begins Aug 17 for New Braunfels ISO stu dents New Braunfels High School stu dents picked up their registration the last week of July They return them on the following days Juniors Aug 1 from 9 noon and 13 Sophomores Aug 2 from 9 1 to noon and from 13 Freshmen Aug 3 Seniors Aug 4 All freshmen and students new to the high school must provide a social security card and birth certificate for copying at the time of registration Orientations for new students and freshmen are scheduled for 11 Held at New Braunfels school the orientation for new in grades 1012 will begin at 6 in Rooms B13 15 and 17 The session for freshmen will be held at 7 in the NBHS Gym The administration strongly encour ages parents to attend the orienta tions New Braunfels Middle School youngsters pick up their registration August 8 from 8 Registration will be held August 910 from 8 at he middle school office Eighth graders register on the Seventh graders register on the Middle school students new to JBISD register on the ninth An ori entation for new students and their is Aug 10 at 7 Orientation tours will also be conducted throughout registration for students new to the middle school OakRun School sixth graders register Aug 89 from 8 Students pick up their packets on the 8th and return them on the 9th Students will be able to tour the building and familiarize themselves with their lockers Sixth graders and their parents are invited to an ori entation on Aug 9 at 7 in the OakRun cafeteria Registration for all prekindcr gartners is Aug 5 at Lamar Primary School and Memorial Primary School from 8 Parents are asked to bring their childs birth certificate proof of residency such as a utility immunization record and social security number If your child does not yet have a social secu rity number applications forms will be available The same day Aug 5 marks the day for elementary registration From 8 am4 elementary and primary campus staffs will register kindergarten through fifthgrade youngsters who are new to NBISD or have moved within the district to a different attendance area Students advancing from one school to another within the same attendance area will have their records automatically transferred to their new campus and do not need to register Students have their first holiday Monday September 5 for Labor Day followed by a holiday Friday Sept 23 for Comal County Fair Day An early release is scheduled for Friday Sept 30 Elementary par ents conferences will be held in the afternoon while secondary teachers attend staff development sessions Hispanic A number of New Braunfels High School jlnd Canyon High School stu dents recently participated in a leader ship program offered through the National Hispanic Institute Choosing to challenge themselves and others to live up to their potential the students participated in the Young Leaders Con ference and Great Debate The 10 local teens attended the Texas Young Leaders Debate June 35 Competing against many other area students Adrian Gonzales son of Jesse and Amalia Gonzales was named the Youth Leader of the Year while Gabriel Perez son of Ramon and Sarah Perez and Jesse Hinojosa son of Jesse and Rosa Hinojosa earned Spirit of Central Texas awards Kelly Garza son of Peter and Joannie Garza and Sergio Vargas son of Josd and Yoian da Vargas were the recipients of the Young Civic Leader Other NBHS students participat ing were Melissa Cordero daughter of Guillermo and Ninfa Cordero Feli ciana Flores daughter of Ignacio and Rebeca Flores and Joseph Garcia son of Margarito and Linda Garcia Kelly Garza and Sergio Vargas served as junior counselors who advised the students and helped them prepare for the contest Competing from Canyon High School were Christine Herrera daugh ter of Anthony and Jill Herrera Lisa Parra daughter of Alicia Parra Roger Rodriguez son of Johnnie and Mary Ann Rodriguez and Leilani Weissling daughter of Blake and Ana Weissling Serving as junior counselors from CHS were Angela Cantu daughter of Jaime and Gloria and Maui Weissling daughter of Blake and Ana Weissling The freshmen were among almost 400 Texas students selected to attend the conference Applicants met strin Award winning NHYI students and their parents were recognized at a recent school board meetings gent academic standards as well as show an active interest in Hispanic community affairs The program included a weekend leadership series on marketing and communications followed by four student rehearsals conducted locally The program con cluded with a statewide competition the Great Debate at Austin College in Sherman The program makes an eightyear commitment to the students selected and continues to provide training throughout their high school careers NHI also assists the students develop resumes and prepare college entrance and scholarship applications The above freshmen participated in a leadership training series in San Marcos under the guidance of college age trainers and senior NHI staff The curriculum bound the youngsters together provided skiHenhancing opportunities and explained the steps necessary for the Great Debate Stu dents select from several categories of debate competition such as Mock Tri al Persuasive Communications or Cross Examination At the same time the students par ents formed a Parent Leadership Coun cil to help with the planning and administration of the Texas Young Leaders Conference The duties and responsibilities of the Parent Leader ship Councils included developing an executive committee to assist with fundraising selecting parent chaper ones to attend the Great Debate and organizing a community college admis sions project Parents must also develop a cul committee to create a pictorial exhibit oh local Hispanics who through civic affairs have sig nificantly the qualityoflife in the Hispanic community This years group of parents won first place in this category Other duties included gaining the support of local businesses and col leges in the TexasLeadership Confer ence for next year and assisting in stu dent rehearsals for the debate Two CISD students headed to national leadership conference Two Canyon High students will take part in a Nation al Leadership Camp this week JJ u o and vicepresi dent of the CHS Student Council are two of only 1 25 stu dents nationwide selected to attend the camp at Outlaw nri Secondary Activities v Division of Student The fiveday workshop for student leaders is designed to enhance leadership abilities increase communication skills project planning group process and organization Rich has been an officer the past two years as vice president and spirit officer Kastncr has been an officer the as threes and junior counselor at the Texas Association of Student Coun CISD registration gets under way Aug 1 Keep Up With Whats News in New Braunfels Read the Herald Zeitung TheJuneSHerald Zeitung was 18 pages quite a bit smaller than some of the large metro politan dailies available here But the HeraldZeitung had 68 local stories and the names of 365 local resi dents How many days would you have to read another newspaper to get that much local news Correction A Page 1 story in the Sunday July 24 HeraldZeitung on a fire at a Clear Springs home contained incorrect information Chet and Charles Hadlock broth ers sentenced last week to probation and restitution for organized crime activities never lived in the home that burned as was reported in the article Sunday The HeraldZeitung regrets the errors American Heart Association 1992 American Heart Association Canyon High School students will begin class registration on Aug 1 Iden tification pictures of all students will be taken during registration and cost Students will receive their 199495 class schedules after they complete the registration process Seniors will register and have pic tures taken according to the time sched ule sent by photographers Juniors will register and have pic Aug 2between 8 ancMShobn Sophomores will complete registra tion and pictures Aug 2 between 1 and 5 Freshmen with last names begin ning with letter AL register Aug 3 from 8 to noon those with last names from MZ will register from 1 to 5 Freshmen will also have pictures taken and receive a short school orien tation Students desiring a parking permit must show their drivers licence and proof of insurance The parking permit fee is S3 and must be paid during reg istration TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave ALL SHOWS BEFORE PM good thru Revival 94 July 31Aug 2 Sunday morning Sunday Monday Tuesday evening Rev Gary D York Revival Preacher Bracken United Methodist Church 20377 FM 2252 Garden Ridge 6251849 fjj DAILY TrueUies NolSOthow on O LD PAILY I CLIENT DAILY HUNAN HANANIMIM V 01 Hull DAILY A DOWNWARD PRICE 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