New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 20, 2000, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 20, 2000

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 20, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, October 20, 2000 — HeraLD-Zeitung — Page 7 AEducation Canyon High leaders chosen for the Chamber of Commerce’s Youth Leadership class are (left to right) Tyler Mathews-Tunnell, Gordon Ward, Krista Grantham, Lindsey Waymer, Katherine Willmann, Kristina Seibert, Amy Rotzler, Erin Wiegand, Anna Krug, and Tyler Lynch. Photo Submitted The following students won Monopoly games after eating breakfast at the Smithson Valley High School during a promotion for healthy eating and submitting their names for a drawing. They are (left to right) Bobby Meyer, Donald Flowers, David Miller and Lucy Kellar. Not pictured is the fifth winner, Jason Perry. Photo Submitted Seguin KC Hall J* 9-1 J3 Saturday, October 21    ^ visit our website at www.getrhythm.com 105RC10M J. Scott McCash Oct. 19, 1960 Good Looking All Your Life! W love from yoi wife New Braunfels WE HAVE YOUR LOCAL ® ® AMMJP    SI Pair them up with DISH Network DIGITAL DYNAMITE - No Equipment to Buy - BESSE Plan Includes: • Premium satellite TV system (3822/3922) • Includes America's Top 100 CD • our most popular programming package • Hassle-free In- Home Service Plan Add a second receiver for only $5 more per month SIGN UP TODAY! Only $49.99 to activate. Includes 1st month's Plan payment. KMT    MIN    KMM    KAM ADD YOUR LOCAL CHANNELS FOR $4.99 PER MONTH. SATELLITES PLUS 1-866-581-9072 New JROTC unit attends seminar Fire safety Middle school students learn fire prevention, fire safety Students at Spring Branch Middle School learned about fire prevention, fire safety, equipment and much more when the Bulverde Volunteer Fire Department visited the school during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8 -14. Seventh-grader Todd Goldstein was even able to try on a firefighter’s heavy coat. Photo Submitted Fourteen cadets from Smithson Valley High School’s new Navy JROTC unit attended a two-day leadership seminar in late September at Ingleside Naval Station near Corpus Christi. Kristin Schaefer was selected as the company commander; Brandon Rodgers was selected as the company executive officer; and Ryan Matjeka was selected as the command senior chief. Others attending were Josh Van Meter, Chris Kell, Chad Wharton, Tim Swanson, Alec Castellano, Robert Murchinson, Pete Garza, Kaela Dawson, Cova Wells, Regina Forcey and Maime Witt. Unit instructors are Cmdr. John Sondergaard and Master Gunnery Sgt. Chester Martinez. rAi}J U.S.A. 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Dinner to benefit Vetter’s family Barbecue sausage plates will be hot sellers tonight from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Smithson Valley High School’s Commons. The school’s Silver Spur Dance Team is hosting the dinner before the Smithson Valley vs. New Braunfels football game to raise money for slain Department of Public Safety Trooper Randy Vetter’s family. Tickets are on sale for $5 per plate and can be purchased in advance by calling' Sherry Bettersworth at SVHS, (830) 904-7273, or Kelly Kuehler at (830) 980-9504. Thanks to Carlton Foods, Wal-Mart Distribution and Sysco Food Service for their donations. Canyon Middle hosts concerts The Canyon Middle School choir concert is at 7 p.m. Oct. 30, in the Commons. Pat Fleming, choir director, and her students have been working hard to make this evening special. It is free and open to the public. Canyon Middle’s band concert is I p.m. Nov. 2 in the Commons. It is open to the public. Dr. Allen named to committee Dr. Mishaleen Allen, assistant principal at Spring Branch Middle, has been appointed to serve on the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals, (TASSP) Texas Study Committee through June 2002. Dr. Allen will be responsible for reviewing and approving articles submitted to TASSP’s Texas Study publication. Meetings set for this week The Comal school district is holding twa public meetings this coming week. At 6:30 p.m. Monday, the Bond Oversight Committee meets at Smithson Valley High School. This committee is monitoring the 1999 $141 million bond issue approved by voters. The monthly meeting of the board of trustees takes place at 6 p.m. Thursday at Canyon Intermediate School. Both meetings are open to the public. Dec. 2001 is deadline for GED People who are working on their GED diploma have until December 2001 to pass the current GED tests. On Jan. 1, 2002, GED Testing Centers throughout the United States, Canada and overseas will begin administering a new edition of the tests. Any GED candidate who has not successfully completed all five tests by Jan. I, 2002, will have to start again with the new series of tests to qualify for a GED high school equivalent credential. Scores from the current version of the GED tests cannot be combined with or converted to scores on the new tests. GED testing at the Comal Leadership Institute is under way. Test dates are Nov. 8, Dec. 13, Jan. 17, Feb. 14, March 14, April 18 and May 23. Call (830) 629-1427 for an appointment. Testing begins at 4:30 p.m. at 1419 N. Business 35. School libraries open to the public The Smithson Valley and Spring Branch middle school libraries have expanded their hours and days of operation this school year. Both schools, libraries are now open 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday for students, parents, and the community to use and enjoy. ■        ..... 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($34 90 pe< monthO includes i Model 3*22/3822 (or equivalent) satellite TV system Americas Top 100 CD Programming and in-Nome Service Plan Customer must pay a $49 90 Acuation Fee that includes the teat month s Plan payment Free Standard Professional installation (Digital Dynamite KM Nan) available 9/1 VOO though iftl/Ql and includes installation ot one 20“ dish antenna hook up of 1 receiver to 1 TV and equipment testing Other inatalteittcin **tne*ona at>iy and more compte* installations may require sn addiatton tee Additional programming may be ordered st appt* abt* monthly tales Ofter includes 30-day Satisfaction Guarantee ($49 99 lf* '—nu Fee is nomalundabte) After guarantee create cancellation tees apply to early termination of services contract Digital Dynamite oftei may not be combined with any other ofter Customer must return equipment at the end of one-year term or confer .ue on a contract Smithson Valley High sophomores and juniors chosen to participate in the Youth Leadership New Braunfels Class of 2001 are (front row, left to right) Shane Wurzbach, Brittany Wilson, Meagan Garcia, and Scott Grieve; (back row, left to right) Jana Dowling, Kate Dickey, Jeff Guillory, Erie Burton, and John Lauber. Not pictured is Tommy Barker. Photo Submitted ;

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