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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Coroal County Commissioners Court A Tht following actons Were taken by the Coma County Commissioners Court meeting claims Approved an amendment to ptet Or Spring Oaks Estates UnK 2 Bock 14 combining Lots 16 and 11 Into Lot 10R and for Cryttal Heights SubdM combining Lots 10fand 10Q Into LotlOCR Approved a request for variance to the minimum ol size requirement for onsJte sewerage for Stauf fer Parkway Approved the final approval of Schuetz Subdivision No 2 and Stauf fer Parkway Considered the status of a drainage easement Within Rebecca Creek Estates Lots 1 2 and 3 and direct County Engineer to take the appropriate letter including drafting a letter regarding the necessity of the easement Accepted the roads within Rocky r County Unit Road System and MtA iki at jjfjat tftat Rineh Phase 14 Into tie CorrScW tyUnN Road Systern and refeilsdlSs Letter of CredH No 130 intgafiing the Mernorandum 01 wraerttarfeJngbetween the Social Security Administration and Comal County for dbdoeftQ data The memo is an effort to prevent acton was taken to ratty At areattUr iy m w avnai wm 09 Jumbo Evans Social Security benefits Received reports from elected offi ciate tt Held a public hearing and approved street name the street name assignments of Ohfrfch Ranch and Big Wampum in Comal County a public hearing pursuant to Section of the Texas Local Government Cods to consider an cation for Cancellation of Public Road ati Bnrii4teM jifcf aft ana mai area tne Hkjhway281 Approved reappointing Roger County Housing Authority Board for 2 year terms to expire Apr Left tabled an Hem from June 20 1996 regarding to the Per sonnel Pofcy ManueVEmployee Hand book Approved Comal County five Actions Plan for fte period of Jury 1 1996 to June and autho rized trie county judge to sign the i MiiyiBfMi tiMMUMiw nn posse for the PutwMsIng Department and dselgnale funolng source urM next week to give tw puithasing agent ttme BAutwdzed the Dtetrlct Clerk to hire for the remainder of the year approved line Item transfer tor District Clerk from Commissioners Court Contingency to District Clerks Accounts and approved a request for budget armjndment I Went into executive session to dhv cuss personnel matters indudngicon ducting perfcrmarxie evaluations other tlmHi J crjturnstsncei I m vMI am BnO ITCUn work out errvfrtiraiiert where etaertyrjeopk can side of home To provkte care dur r iAfc ing nw wonc oty or orauc tor dn givers from what can be a stressful AibbretUm offeni an AUun i M M Day Care 1 uyvwcnuyiMii woiynsj pi yownsnvei ISIIBIM TTKreisatremetKtousneedinw community for supervised daytfme medicine or ate a mitritious nursing said Jon Miller adrrrin Aduh Day Services can emur NBISD registration starts next month Although it might be too soon to buy Big Chief tablets and No 2 pen cils it is time to take note of registra tion dates for schools in the New Braunfels Independent School Dis trict After all school begins Thurs day Aug 15 July 24 and 25 are days set aside for all New Braunfels High School students to pick up their registration packets Packets will be available at the high school from and 13 Registration will be held the fol lowing week from July 2931 Fresh men register Monday July 29 from and 13 with sophomores registering Tuesday July 30 from and from 1 3 Juniors register Wednesday July 31 in the morning from while seniors register the same day in the afternoon Freshmen and other students new to the high school must provide a social securitv card and birth certificate for copying ui the time of registration Orientations for new students and freshmen are scheduled for Tuesday Aug 13 Held at New Braunfels High school the orientation for new stu dents in grades 1012 will begin at 6 in Room E29 The session for freshmen will be held at 7pm in the i NBHS Gym The administration strongly encourages parents to attend the orientations New Braunfels Middle School youngsters pick up their registration packets Friday August 2 from 8 4 Middle school students who are new to NBISD are encouraged to register Aug 2 Registration will be held Aug 5 7 from 8 at the middle school cafeteria Eighth graders register on the 5th followed by seventh graders on the 7th An orientation for new students is Tuesday Aug 13 at 7 in the school cafeteria Orientation tours will be conducted throughout registration for students new to the middle school Dental screening conducted by a dental hygienist hearing screening tested by Lions Club members and vision screening tested by members of the service league will be held both days Additionally seventh graders will be checked for scoliosis Infor mation will be included in the regis tration packets regarding dressing prop erly for scoliosis screening Also both seventh and eighth graders may be immunized on the 2nd from am and 14 A par ent or legal guardian must accompany the student The shots are adminis tered by the department of health for a t fee Screenings and immunizations will be carried out at the middle school from 8 Sixth graders at OakRun School pick up packets on Monday Aug 5 from They return their registration materials on Tues day Aug 6 On that day students will be able to tour me building familiarize themselves with their lockers and have a school photograph taken Registration for all prekindergart ners is Thursday Aug 1 at Lamar Pri mary School and Memorial Primary School from 8 Parents are asked to bring their childs birth cer tificate proof of residency such as a utility immunization record and social security card If your child does not yet have a social security card application forms will be available The same day Aug 1 marks the day for elementary registration From 8 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 atten dance area Kindergartners who pre registered in the spring need not reg ister again 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 return to school on Thurs day August Their first holiday is Monday Sep tember 2 to observe Labor Day fol lowed by a hojiday Friday Sept 27 for Comal County Fair Day Elementaryj students have an early release on Friday Oct 4 for parent istrator at the Arboretum National make sure nutritional needs are mft studies show that the number of people and provide social interaction wrtfi 85 and older is growing four times as people their own age Most of all this fast as the at type of program allows the elderly to Two other independent studies show berom foliar that approximately 25 percent of the a very positive he said J nations work force spends at least 10 For more information about the hours per week caring for a an elderly Adult Day Services Program at Th relative Put these facts together and Arboretum call Jon Miller you get a large population of overex of New tended people who desperately need Braunfels a licensed and day services for a parent or relative to titled nursing facility is operated by break from their caregiving responsi the Arboretum Group of Miller said Texas theonty locally owried facility The Adult Day Services Program in New Braunfels offers daylong care and diverse activ SubriiittedbyTheArboretuni The HeraMZettung your leader in local news tor more than 143 years Bill D Davis Welcomes Bob Bower into his Neurology Practice Caring for patients with Headaches Back Pain Epilepsy Stroke Alzheimers Disease Peripheral Neuropathy Their new office is located at 571 N Union Nejv Braunfels For appointments or information please call 6256564 HE JLCRA gives scholarship A New Braunfels High School senior who plans to become a surgeon won a scholarship from the Lower Colorado River Authority Marina Martinez daughter of Mary Ann Chezem of New Braunfels accepted the scholarship recently at an awards banquet at LCRAs headquarters in Austin Martinez Is one of 15 students accepted to the Medical Scholars Program at Rice University Upon successful competition of her undergraduate degree she will attend Baylor Medical School Martinez said she will be the first In her family to attend college Martinez will receive a year for four years to pay for education expenses This Is the ninth year that the JLCRA has offered scholarships to high school students of Central Texas Students are selected based on their high school curriculum and performance leadership skills financial need and Information gained from a per sonal essay and an Interview conducted by a panel of LCRA employees Truckload Sale THIS SATURDAY JUNE 29 ONLY Sweet juicy Florida corn at the unheardof price of 5CENTS EACH Limit20 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST ONLY at your New Braunfels HEB Qarcf ens Native Dasifns and Consultation Perenntob Native Wonts AqwtfcWpnts Antique Starts Bob 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