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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                t rtfV Ulf Vi t se jrtunfel High School TteonHurTY hts an wardwin visually List month Kis draw malocalartschol r Jason n to the arts 5 Won the Dale WilsonSusan Wilson Robertson Aft Scholarship Fund offered to the graduates of New Bnunfels Canyon and Smithson Val ley schools The Scholarship was established five years ago by Olga Wilson in mitirtcry 6f her husband and daughter artists died of cancer The schol arship is in the amount of Jtion won the scholarship with Smith son Valley senior Dana Mullins win ning second place The New Braunfels High senior plant to attend Southwest Texas State University where he will major in com mettial art Not leaving his other love behind he intends to continue study ing music as Veil fi Jison who has been in band for seven years has won state awards for his talents on the bass trombone His abilities as a visual artistgo baickeveh further Saying thathe liked to draw as long as he can remember Jasqn enjoys doing portrait and still life drawings in pencil has real said Wil NBHS cadets earn awards at skills meets TheJROTCcadctsatNewBraunfelsHighSchoolhave individual three The team won third place their military skills down and have the trophies to prove it overall Most recently they won awards from the Houston The male and female drill teams performed tremen In Match the unit competed against units from 26 high dously with both winning first place in Inspection with the schools in the Quintana Military Skills Meet hosted by female cadets also taking first place in Exhibition Drill and RossS second place in Basic Drill The cadets also chalked up a won a number of individual awards mat led to the first place in the Tandem Drill NBHS lijnii Winning second Morerecently April 13 the cadets traveled to Houston 1 Raclcihg up awards fitness female were for the Bluebonnet Invitational Military Skills Meet There April Luna whdtbbkffirst place in sit ups and push ups they competed against more than 45 other JROTC units second place in the 600 yard riih and was the secondplace Among the team awards won were first place in Male overall individual winner and Rosa Espihosa who won Ranger Swim second place in Female Ranger Swim first first place in the arm hang The NBHS team won Second place in Female Orienteering and third place in Male place overall in their event Orienteering The female colorguard placed third in the The male cadets also won awards in Physical Fitness drill competition and the Female Physical Fitness team with Evan Rertfro winning first place in push ups and took third overall A third place also went to those compet second place overall Daniel Valdez took second place in ing in the Armed Service Weapon Inspection categories the 600yard run Individual awards went to April Luna who won first place in sit ups push ups orienteering individual and their category with the females taking second in their physical fitness female overall event Maricela Ayala placed second in female orienteering The air rifle team won second place overall in both individual In the male division Daniel Speakman earned kneeling and standing with a third in prone Andrew first followed by Andy Rogers taking home second Koehler won second place in the individual prone position In Ranger Swim Individual Josh Portie emerged with and Marcial Cadena earned second place in the standing first place with Brent McFadden earning second position category In the Individual Exhibition Drill event Daniel In the 22 calibre rifle event the second place overall Speakman took second individual award went to Andy Rogers who won third The awardwinning unit is led by Senior Instructor Lt place in the both individual standing position and overall Col Owen Renfro and 1st Sgt Ron Sorhmer this kind of scholarship will encourage and foster other stu dents with his kind of She Jerry Wears the Seguin whojudged thecompetition Was also qttite impressed with Huffts tal ent 11Secondplace winner Dana is year early from high also has firm plans for her I chose to take all of the hard courses and skipped the many know about the program and you get from the Texti Higher Education Coordinat graduating She jyijl yersity in architecture and design i Money for college is in her plan Above New Braunfela High School senior Jason Hufft holds the still life that helped him win a scholarship Congratulat ing him is Olga Wilson who set up the scholarship in her husbands arJ daughters memories At right is the runner up for the scholarship Smith son Valley High School senior Dana Mullins Both students Joined other area teen artists in competing for the scholarship too I joined the Army Reserves to take advantage of the Bill and the other benefits They are going to pay for a lot of my Her speci ality while in the Army light vehicle maintenance I wanted to learn somei thing practicaland Tdont knowhow to fix my Mullins said Dale Wilson firmly believed that drawing ability was the foundation upon which an artist built his or her attempts at selfexpression To that end students qualify for the scholar ship judged on their drawings of a figure study and a still life completed in competing tor the scholarship may contact school counseling office or their schools art teachers Educating everyone takes everyone try V vf sJff Vi i SZffiVtli Lisa Schmidt Teacher of the Year at Goodwin Primary School Lisa Goodwin Primary School counselor was chosen as the ii the most valuable resource campus administrator could ever S w nurtures and provides for the OMdinv our students staff and par is a very positive force on campus and throughout the New Braunfels Moore Schmidts philosophy for success is uncomplicated Caring about the kids enjoying you are doing andbeing willing change I think are the best ways leicfaeini can be she said A tKondtprade students provided her moat inemorable experience i was very difficult to SIM wie worked and worked Buihewtt a good artist One day he pictures with me that he had made at home I told him that him He one to meAfter that we CISD photo by Don Clark Lisa Schmidt Goodwin Primary School 199596 Teacher of the Year CHS sophomore class project surprises Goodwin Primary kindergarten students Members of the Canyon High School sophomore class travelled to Goodwin Primary School to provide joy laughter and a small gift to each of the schools kindergarten students The trip was part of a sophomore class community service project The class wanted to give some thing back to the community though they are not required to have commu nity service Judy Wright faculty advisor Students could devote their time and talents toothers in the community because of the generosity of parents who made contributions to the pram fund Normally students would spend many hours on fundraising camPictured are CHS sophomores LR Ryan Frisbie Trey Weeks as the paigns Now they have the time to Misty Mclaughlin Stacy Steinbach and Lori Rose as they help others in the visit Goodwin Primary School to provide a holiday treat to kindergarten Wright said and other Goodwin students Frazier Elementary principal gets plastered got along just Schmidt said What does she enjoy most about teaching I enjoy being able to connect with the students being able to present material to them in a variety of ways so they can understand and Schmidt said We take the kids the way we get them and go from she added ict artists collect ArtBeat 96 awards was National Youth An Month and New celebrated with he 2nd Annual Youth ArtBeat ArtBeat Festival was held on March 30 celebrated youth expressions in many visual arts music dance and drama U Alive with Art Imp the CISP NBISD and private schools ofart formg in an areawide contest held I Beat Winners are follows i Jfi lliPUce Nicholw Drtwiai DUyna Smith Itt Grade t Michael 1st W Rogers 3rd Grade 3rd Place Danielle Lawson 4th Grade Honorable Mention Print Making Travis Roy 5lh Grade 1st Place Drawing Shannon Covey 6th Grade 3rd Place Jillian Evans 6th Grade Honorable Mention Textiles Dusty Gollas 8th Grade 1st Place Donna Keller 8th Grade 2nd Place Mellissa Hand 8th Grade 3rd Place Mark Tage 8th Grade Honorable Mention Photography Geoff McCammon 8th Grade IstPlace 2nd Place Painting Ed Hoppe 8th Glide 1st Place Kari Burrw 8lh Grade 2nd Place Joseph Groover 8th Grade 3rd Place Painting Jessica Dekkeri 10th mmmm Grade Bryan Waiieck I2ih Grade 3rd Place Jessica Dekfcers Grade Honorable Mention Drawing Sharon Snyder I2ih Grade 2nd Place Pfi A Ink Sharon Snydef 12lh Grade 1st Place Chance Weaver 10th Grade Bryan WaUfick Grade 3rd Piace Grade 2nd Ptace MoUyGiWait Grade 3rd Plac CISD photo by Don Shown are LR Rosemarie Ritchey Frazier Etemertary art teacher Sid Ridgway Frailer Elementary principal and Virginia Stockhorst student teacher Frazier Elementary School fifth grade students found a special way to remember an artists atyte and medium Students studied American sculptor George Segal His liesize white plaster sculptures provided the Inspiration for a class project Students casted sections of Sid RWgway school principal Once the casts hardened they were assembted into a basic sculpture Cut grocery sacks were then for trwsui pockets and pants etc then covert with Pariscrafi   

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