New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 31, 1997, Page 10

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August 31, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 31, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas •JOA □ Herald-Zeitung □ Sunday, August 31,1997 ——lr-CHS By From July 21 to 25, 15 representatives from Canyon High School Student Council attended a statewide workshop at Baylor University. The students learned many valuable leadership skills through the various activities lead by Betty Kyle. ; Betty Kyle was the leadership consultant at Baylor and the student •council sponsor at CHS. I All students were assigned ! councils die day they arrived. Each council was given the challenge of setting up a mock high school and the only props given to the councils were a name of a famous person who displayed leadership qualities. By the end of the week, each council was acting not as a group that was thrown together, but a group that wanted to work for the good of the council. CHS’s student council is looking forward to a great school year full of fun activities. Important upcoming dates for the student council are the river cleanup on Sept. 13 and the Comal County Fair parade on Sept. 26. (Submitted by Stephen Brockman) Cal-tech rated Money Magazine’s best buy NEW YORK (AP) — The California Institute of Technology boasts 24 Nobel-prize winning professors and alumni. That's not the main reason Money magazine named it the best college buy in the nation for the second year in a row. So why pick a school that demands $18,816 a year in tuition? It's a bargain for what you get, the magazine said Wednesday: one teacher for every three students and an average of $47,677 spent on each undergrade The national average is $5,110. And nearly the entire faculty has doctorates, while the average is about 54 percent. The monthly magazine compared the data to tuition and fees to reach a value rating and rank the top 150, which appears in its September issue. No Texas colleges were listed in the top IO. Tho 1997-86 Canyon High School Student Council fleas up. Photo submitted WORLD CAR MAZDA NBHS Student Council starts year with ‘non-lock-in’ Council honored as District 18 president New Braunfels High School Student Council kicked off an exciting new year with a “non-lock-in” from 5 p.m. to midnight on Aug. 7 lo welcome its incoming members. New and old members spent a fun-filled day planning activities and setting new goals for a busy Student Council school year where they will serve as the District 18 President. New members had the opportunity to meet the officers for the new year and choose from a variety of committees lo serve on. The highlight of the evening was the presentations of banners, cheers and skits of potential problem areas found in American high schools. The non-lock-in was a big success and New Braunfels High School Student Council looks forward to representing its school as District 18 President. (Submitted by Megan Snider and Ken Chapman)# I If! CUSTOMER SATISFACTION 5080 111 35 S. 609- I OOO lb ae, I 'lf OMA, Child cJicUMZ ■A'itlu+ia? Children are needed to participate in a clinical research study to evaluate an asthma medication. Participants must bs • 4-11 years of age • Suffering from mild to moderate asthma and using asthma medication * Able to complete 4 outpatient visits at our facilityReceive free study-related medical care and compensation for your time. Central Texas Health Research (210)609-0900 Now Braunfels High School Student Council prepares to school year. Photo submitted lead the school and District 18 through the 1997-96 Comal Independent School District The Comal Independent School District board of trustees took the following action on Aug. 28: ■ Recognized CISD bus drivers. Beverly Robinson was named the 1996-1997 Driver of the Year. Tina Hendricks was runner up and Bill Evans was tapped for honorable mention. j ■ Received a report on building committee meetings. ■ Received reports from architects and engineers about various projects n the district. ■ No one signed up for audience Muticipation. ■ No employee addressed the ward regarding employee irievances. ■ Approved the agenda for the Aug. 28 meeting. ■ Approved minutes from meetings held on July 22, July 23, July 29, Aug. 5, Aug. 12, Aug. 14 and Aug. 19. ■ Approved the financial state and expenditures for July. ■ Approved the tax office report. Total collections for July were $311,000.88. The year to date gain through July 1997 was $6,765.06. The year to date loss through July 1996 was $17,707.92. ■ There were no board member report requests to consider. ■ Approved the 1996-1997 budget amendments as presented. ■ Approved a proposal to adopt a $1.73 tax rate on an agenda of a future meeting as an action item. A tax rate hearing will be held on Sept. 15 and the adoption is slated for Sept. 24. ■ Approved the destruction of election records of the May 3 trustee election. The Texas Election Code states that records must be destroyed 60 days atter the day of the election provided no criminal investigation or contest of election has arisen within ■ Approved the CISD athletic handbook and athletic code for 1997-98. ■ Tabled the renewal of lease contracts for the property where the Comal Leadership Institute and the Comal Discipline Center are located. ■ Approved the resignation of Robert Kunz, a part-time band director at Arlon Seay Intermediate School. ■ Awarded a bid for No. 2 diesel and gasoline. ■ Approved accepting a donation to provide Canyon High School athletic equipment. McQueeney MARINA CLUB Betta**r TutS/4teft** ArnOH SO GOOD! With Oak HaaklM 0 1 Sea** Aer* ti, 1997 • PM-PECOS Sam** Saltwater 6,1997 7:3§-11:3# PM J Si BEER-ALL NITE^ 0 F KEE MAKING 0 NO COVER IHI Twaliil L—» M. 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And don’t start every sentence “My Dad says...’* Excite Inc., which runs one of the popular “search engine’’ directories that let people find things on the World Wide Web, is asking its 2.5 million daily users how they think Chelsea should handle the challenges of attending Stanford University. The six Stanford grads who started the company four years ago want to help her — and make her laugh, said Joe Kraus, one of the founders. "But you know what I would really love? lf she would answer one of the polls — see what advice she gives herself,** said Kraus, Excite’s vice president. He didn’t know if Chelsea, a computer user, had seen the survey The Clinton’s are vacationing on Martha’s Vineyard and there was no immediate response to calls to Hillary Rodham Clinton’s press office, which handles questions about Chelsea. The company plans a series of surveys about the first daughter. Several thousand people responded last week to the initial poll, which toked how Chelsea can survive a political science class after life in the White House. They were asked to choose one of force suggested pieces of advice: —Sixty percent went with: “Don’t ■tart sentences with 'My Dad says Don’t start every sentence, *My dad says...’ to drop the names of heads of state. Chelsea moves to Stanford in time for the Sept. 24 first day of classes. Newsweek reports in this week’s issue that her father told the Secret Service to let her have a “normal college life.” The magazine said her Secret Service guards will be casually dressed, some will be equipped with mountain bikes, and they will have a room in her dormitory'. Five more Excite surveys about Chelsea will run each Monday starting this week, Kraus said. Some of the topics may come from suggestions submitted by Excite users. 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