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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeitung O Friday November O 5A E I U N G Education CISD Photos and text provided by the CISD Office of Public Information CHS singers selected for AllRegion Choir Smithson Valley Middle School honors October Students of the Month CISD photo by Don Clark Shown are the Canyon High School choir members selected for the Texas Music Educators Association Region i2 Honor Choirs LR front row Jamie Schendel Treble Choir Soprano II 13th chair Carrie Chaney Treble Choir Soprano II 10th chair Erica Bradshaw Treble Choir Soprano chair Jonathan Haag Mixed Choir Tenor chair Ashley Seekatz Mixed Choir Alto II 16th chair second row Bethany Schwartz Treble Choir Alto 20th chair Devon Owens Treble Choir Soprano chair Janise Warren Mixed Choir Soprano II 15th chair Kim Clay Treble Choir Alto 4th chair Joy Armes Treble Choir Alto 9th chair third row Yesenia McNett Mixed II 12th chair Michelle Jenkins Treble Choir Soprano II 18th chair Sherry Pfau Treble Choir Soprano chair Anna Green Treble Choir Alto 18th chair Josh McMillan Mixed Choir Tenor chair back row Daryl Walleck Mixed Choir Baritone chair Carlos Gonzalez Mixed Choir Baritone chair Christ Harris Mixed Choir Alto chair and Will Ellison Mixed Choir Baritone chair AfterSchool pumpkins are the best Smithson Valley Middle School proudly presented the October Stu dent of the Month program on Octo ber in the school cafetorium FernandoPalos S VMS Principal wel comed all the recipients their parents and guests The theme for the mornings event was Red Ribbon Entertainment was presented by the S VMS band under the direction of Mary Kay Cain Seventh grade Honors band members performed Declaration and Dance by Mike Story Eighth grade Honors band members performed Encanto by Robert Smith Featured soloists were Veronica Reed Flute Greg Turner Sax and Mike Taylor Trumpet Awards were presented by eighth grade teacher Ron Middlcton team and Susie McClcskey of the Daughters of the American Revolu tion The following students were recog nized as Students of the Month for October Core Academic Courses Eighth Grade Language Arts Bran don Garis Kyle Zimmer Lauren Murphy Math Melanie Bochm Erin Griffin Miles McRae Stephanie Tofel Lucy Kellar Lesley Wilson Science Luke Garza Carlos Montal vo Brandie Broff Social Stud ies Marc Icke Laura Deason Bran don Medel Reading Kacy Shipley Jeannie Trained Steven Potter Seventh Grade Language Arts Ryan Matjeka Jill Garro Beau Yantis Math Kelly Fry Holly Wright Samantha Reed Jamie Hill Amber Theis Chris Powers Sci ence Jessica Vanroekel Natalie Bushman Anthony Smith Social Studies Hapahu Luta Ballard Reagan Walker Julio Escobedo Reading Amanda Benton Stefan Pruitt Stephen Ramirez Elective Courses Art Rebecca Thomas WindiBolton Athletics Amanda Owens Crystal Clements Patrice Deaton Clint Haney Donnie Couser Band Matt Dunne James Berardi Brett Hall Kim Howerton Christy Holder Kirk Hall Choir Christopher Ellebracht Holly Stateczny KatrinaDyste Daric Huth Computer Graphics Windi Bolton Computer Literacy Brian Hcbert Andrew Creasy Jamie Hill Cre ative Writing Trade Boswell In dustrial Technology Blake Kerns Daylin Gabriel Escalante Journalism Elizabeth Peyton Music Appreciation Jenny Ratliff Shannon Covey Physical Education Brenda Maciel Brandon Broff Andrew Tullman Robert Golden Spanish Paul English Jen nifer Bertelsen Speech Melanie Magninat Theatre Arts Amy Coldewey Yearbook Samantha Garcia Tiffany Dodson Special Categories Center for Successful Learning Herbie Laytano Citizenship Chad Copeland Hayley Chappellie Emily Smith Greg Yamaguchi William Thornell Brandon Kneupper Com munities in Schools Josh Wilson Racey Pape Content Mastery An thony Garcia Elks Morgan Bosch Carlos Montalvo Office Aide Megan Ruh Principals Award Jackie Lozano Problem Solving Nathaniel Funkhouser Resource David Walker Jeremy Brown Vicky Ozuna Jason Keil Mountain Valley Elementary students held spellbound by storytellers Students at Mountain Valley El ementary School sat spellbound as storytellers unraveled tales of Texas folklore and local legends The three visiting speakers were from the Storytelling Guild in San Antonio according to Sue Harris Mountain Valley Elementary School theatre arts teacher Tim Tingle from Dripping Springs Consuela Samarripa from Austin and Mary Lacke Crofts from San Antonio spent several days at the school making presentations to each class listening to these stories Students learn to make pictures in their minds This helps them in cre ative Harris said Students also learn cause and ef fect relationships and sequencing the understanding of the order to stories a beginning middle and she added Tingles stoiy of children and a railroad crosswalk held the fifth grade students in Challys Yates class quiet and focused on his every word The local San Antonio leg end was quite familiar to several of the adults listening who claimed to CISD photo by Don Clark Following their presentations of local folklore storytellers LR Mary Lacke Crofts of San Antonio Tim Tingle from Dripping Springs and Consuela Samarripa of Austin discuss several of the local legends with Challys Yates Mountain Valley Elementary School fifth grade students have experienced some of the mys teries of the story We believe storytelling is impor tant because it keeps oral traditions alive and helps to pass them from one generation to Mary Lacke Crofts a sixyear veteran of the art said CISD photo by Don Clark Winners of the AfterSchool Day Care Pumpkin Contest at Frazier Elementary School are LR front row Josiah Thompson 1st place Lacey Wetmore 2nd place Chase Chauffe 3rd place back row Casey Stagg 1st place Tyler Handrick 2nd place and Joshua Meurin 3rd place Students competed in two different age groups The CISD offers afterschool day care at each elementary school campus Care is also available on student holidays Parents can place students in the program on a daily or weekly basis I The CISD will take a Thanksgiving Holiday from Nov 27 through Dec 1 Schools J and central offices will be closed Schools and offices will reopen on Dec 2 I L I J Football Contest DONT FORGET TO ENTER Weekly winner receives a gift certificate courtesy of The Gruene Mansion Restaurant Grand Prize winner receives a trip for two to Las Vegas courtesy of Ascot Travel PLAY YOU COULD BE A WINNER New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Working to be an indispensable part of your day 7O7 Landa Street New Braunfels TX 6259144
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