New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 18, 1997, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 18, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Thursday, December 18,1997 □ 5A 'Mk ...AW NBISD Meet the Teachers Throughout the school year. "Meet the Teachers "features educators who are new to New/ Braunfels Independent School District. • Mimi Lincoln holds u Bachelor of Arts degree in Math with a minor in Physical Education from Lubbock Christian University. An educator with two years of teaching experience, she coaches girls soccer and leaches math at New Braunfels High School. Greatest pleasure in leaching: “My greatest pleasure in teaching is when my students enjoy my class and are successful.” Philosophy of education: “As an educator, it is our responsibility to provide an environment in which learning can take place in the most effective manner. We must provide formal and informal instruction and supervised practice for the students. I believe learning is a change due to experience and we are responsible for providing that experience.” Mimi Lincoln • Marcy Lindsey earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Reading from West Texas Stele University. A teacher of three years experience, she has a class of second graders at Memorial Elementary School. Greatest pleasure in leaching: “The greatest pleasure lo me is when a student or their parent tells me how much they have learned or enjoyed learning something. Another joy for me is when a teacher comes to me and tells me how well one of my ESL students is doing in their class.” Philosophy of education. “I believe every student can learn. It is up to me to find out how they can learn and how to teach them. I also believe that every child jsjjjoojLb^^ bnnjMhat^^ Marcy Lindsay JOutstanding NBMS musicians named to regional band and orchestra On October 18, five New Braunfels Middle School band students auditioned for and were selected to the Region 12 Middle School Region Orchestra. They performed Nov. 16. Later, they and * additional bandmates were named to the Region 12 band, which performs Jan. IO at Alamo Heights High School. The concert begins at 5 p.m. Named to the band are Jaime Aguilar, Kyle Jankowski, Leeanna Boodee, Chris Rivera, Ryan Reeves, Amanda Ozuna, Michael Finke, J. Reininger, Hillary Ross, Nicole Watts, Jenna Hartmann, Christie Wesolick, Phillip Janzen, Javin Walker, Amanda Johnson, Carlo Schmidt, Rees Willard, Brittany Perez, Sarah Berg, Amanda Lopez, Derek Koepp, David Reeves, Barrett Read, Emily Brucks, Nicole Ryan, Elizabeth Bayona, Katie Speckman, Shawn Lain, Chris Reidel NBISD photos by LESLIE KRIEWALDT NBMS students Ryan Reeves, J. Reininger, Derek Koepp, Kenneth Powers, Carlo Schmidt and Amy Cline, above, were named to the Region 12 orchestra. At the far right are the NBMS musicians of the Region 12 band. and Amy Cline. The students are under the direc tion of Clay Zientek, Dolores Jimenez and Melissa Townsend. RI, Dec 19 Sot, Dec 20 Dec22-Jon.5 Tues.,Dec. 30 Mon, Dees Tues* Dec 6 Tuec.Jon.6 Thurs^Jan.0 Moo, Jan. 12 Thun, Jan. 15 Tim, Jan 20 • End of the first semester/term • Santa visits Lone Star • New Braunfels High School Boys Varsity Basketbal team plays in the Canyon River City Toumament. • New Braunfels High School Girts Basketball teams play Churchill. The junior varsity plays at Church! at 5:30 pm. while the varsity plays at Littleton at 6 p.m. • New Braunfels High School Boys Varsity Basketbal team plays in the Canyon River City Toumament. • New Braunfels High School freshman Girls Basketbal team hosts Churchill at the NBHS Gym, IO and 11:30am. • Student Winter Holidays • New Braunfels High School Boys JV and Varsity Basketbal teams host San Marcos at the NBHS Gym. JV plays at noon, varsity plays at 1:30 pm •New Braunfels High School Girts Basketbal hosts Seguin in the NBHSGym Freshmen play at 9 and 10:30 am., with the junior varsity playing at 3 pm. and the varsity at 4 pm. • Staff Development Day/Student Hofiday • Students return to classes; second semester begins. • School Board Workshop • Districtwide Education Improvement Could (DE1C) Mooting, at 4 pm. in the board room of The Education Center, 430 W. Ml St. • Superintendent’s Student Advisory Cound Meeting, 7 pm. at The Education Center • Superintendent’s Faculty Meeting, 4 pm at The Education Center. • Superintendent’s Community Advisory Meeting, 7 pm • NBISD Meeting of the Board of School Trustees, 7 pm In the board room of The Education Center. NBISD STudems have a one-bom eau!/ nelease Fniday, Dec. 19. School buses will turn acanthinq to the    nelease NBISD photos by LESLIE KRIEWALDT Students compete with 4ag-cellent’ results The above New Braunfels High School agricultural science students recently competed and came away with awards for their efforts. Above, top, the junior chapter conducting team of John Covington, Tommy-Dale Fey, Kristin Koepp, Brittnie Green, Zachary Haupert, Laura Bostic and Cooper Cochran and their teammate, Tanya Taylor (not pictured) were tested in their abilities to conduct a meeting using parliamentary procedures.They took third place in the district level competition. Below them, the members of the Ag Issues team hold the eighth-place pennant they won at the Area level. They advanced from District, where they took second. Mike Baker, Chase Cochran, Russell Johnson and Will Winters were judged in their ability to discuss the pros and cons relating to the tobacco industry. The students are taught by Agricultural Science teachers James Garrett and Ron Wunderlich. New Braunfels I5D Calendar of Events NBMS songsters make All-Region In November, the above New Braunfels Middle School choir students auditioned for and were selected to Region 12 All-Region Choirs. Casey Williams and Michelle Meyer, from left, were both chosen for the SA Treble Choir, where they placed 28th and 29th chair, respectively. Ruben Leal, center, placed 11th chair as a Tenor ll In the TTB choir. Bany Dominguez made the 8th chair as a Soprano ll in the SSA Treble Choir. On the right, Kyle Johnston made the 6th chair as a Tenor I in the TTB Choir. All five students performed in a concert on Dec. 6 and participated in a clinic. Their choir director, Susan Bartos, said, “The competition was tough this year and all of the students who tried out did a great job! I am very proud of all the students who auditioned and am extremely pleased for thoao who made the reoioruil choir. ** The Bra;    Mc’/JU Je/turg pro i    JCS an Education page to local public school districts New Braunfels inc. .    \    v    7\v    '\v'    District    s page s pc oh shed on Thursdays and is compiled by NBISD Public Information Officer Le>    '    ;    at To suom t •nto"'’ation or for questions please call 620-6200 NBISD strn.es to keep patrons rn    irw.t d fem \s r\t dates student and staff achievements and other NBISD news ;

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