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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 30, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas March 2001 HERALDZEITUNG Page 7A CISD Briefs Put your dancin shoes on The annual Senior Citizens Prom is from 6 to 8 Thursday at Canyon High All Comal County senior citi zens are invited to the spe cial evening that is The Mardi Gras evening is sponsored by the Comal and New Braunfels school districts and their high school student For call 625 8081 or Schools prepare for spring break The Comal school district will be closed for spring break April Classes will resume and offices will reopen on April Testing for acceleration Parents who want to have their elementaryage children tested for possible acceleration in school are reminded to register their children for testing by April 16 or June If they register with the school counselor by April they can take the tests on May 30 at Rahe Primary in If they register by June they can take the tests on 2 at Frazier Elementary in New Students in kindergarten through eighthgrade can test for acceleration to the next grade level only upon parent The stu dent must take all four subject tests language science i j socialstudies for the grade level to be They must pass each test with a 90 or better to be consid ered for For see the school 24hour hot line now available A 24hour emergency hot 904INFO fea tures emergency school clo sures because of weather or other and is available for people to leave information about crimes that happen on school district information also is posted on the dis tricts web site at Join us online at The Road Starts Here you wants new but arent sure then look tor our special We wit feature a and manufactured Youll find the trends In home buying and learn why or j homes are affordable and Publication April 1st EDUCATION Contact CISD public information officer Kari Hutchison at Around the District Students prepare for national business conference BY KARI HUTCHISON CISD Public Information Officer Canyon High Business Professionals of America Chapter members are headed to the nation al BPA leadership conference this May in They include Krista Natalee Kat Ashley Kara Dan Valerie Becky Derek Joanna Mark Rector and Summer The students also will compete in various business skills attend certification testing and general sessions and participate in national officer can didate campaigns and The conference will be the cul mination of a school years worth of business workforce education and training for these students and about others from around the said Kay their advisor and a business computer information systems teacher at Canyon Avalos is the other BPA Connor and Grantham will compete as a team in the category of administrative Willmann will compete in one of the computer skills contests Rosson is the newly elected state vice president for BPA Jennings is in a speaking event White quali fied in the entrepreneur category Rector and Steinback will be offi cial campaign managers and Texas voting delegates Hohensee and Orth are receiving the Ambassador Torch which is the highest award in In Orth is the recent recipient of a scholarship from the Texas Business Technology Educators He is one of only three students in the state to get the scholarship this year at the state BPA Before reaching the state contest and qualifying for the national con Canyon High students had to compete at the regional The following is a rundown of how they did at the regional level Banking and fourth Mark Rector Economic Research Project second Michael Mark Jung and Nick Fey Economic Research Project fourth Elizabeth Vanessa Yvonne and Valerie Stipp Financial Analyst sec ond Dan Jennifer Liu and John Seaborne Administrative Support fourth Adeline Jennie Vanessa Woodrom and Jessica Warren Administrative Support fifth Kara Ashley Krista Grantham and Becky Jost Desktop fifth Kelley Doege Fundamental Word Processing first Kat Willmann Advanced Word Processing first Summer Steinbach Integrated Office second Jessica Warren BASIC third Tyler Lynch sixth Thomas Wells Web Site Development sixth James Chayse Jonathan Cinders and Austin Powell Skills CISD photo Canyon High Business Professionals of America Chapter members from front row Krista Natalee Kat Ashley Kara back row Dan Valerie Becky Derek and Joanna Jennings are headed to the national BPA leadership conference this May in Not but also are Mark Rector and Summer fourth Derek Rosson second Valerie White International fourth Sasha Bulkley Management first Jayne Jennings Parliamentary Procedure second Summer Justin Amanda Kristi Ashlee Amber Avalos and Kyle Harbough Business Knowledge sixth Michael Bauman Presentation Management second Tyler Ben Sheena Broussard and Whitney Burnell Small Business Management second Micaeli Shana Erin Wiegand and Garrett Machalic Verbal Communications Extemp first and respec tively Joanna Jennings and Jessica Pantermuehl Verbal Communications Prepared first Krista Grantham Verbal Communications Prepared third Natalee Hohensee Medical second John Seaborne fifth Sara Tabler Basic Office Systems and fifth Natalie Schendel CISD photo First place was a popular place to finish in the Skills USA Vocational Industrial Clubs of America VICA District 11 contest for several Automotive Technology students at Canyon The their and the cate gories in which they competed are left to right Sean Prall and Garrett first place in automotive starter Anthony Gomez and Mario first place in the robotics and automation skills contest Chase first place in pro motional bulletin board Robert first place in automotive Nunez also received a first place in automotive starter and Gomez placed in the top 10 speed and skills automotive technology Kevin back is their coach and They will compete in the state meet in Fort Worth in ADVENTURE TRAIN6 JUMP CASTLES 9Kfc FundRaisers Church m Birthday m Promos Events PISCOUNTS AVAILABLE For Weekday Events Early Bookings Call NOW The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung would like to thank our partners in education for their support of I education in our community through our Newspapers In Education New Braunfels Utilities New Biwnfels Chapter Older of the Eastern Star tuitions Keidi WersterferFLschbtxk t PCCAMission Valley Fabrics Division Wells EttRO t Barbara W Austin m Perry T v Zero Rivers John Freddie WHayslip Nettie JilRatuff MaryannCruz Ben French William Marie Rosalea House Donnie Seay Byron Heisel Freddy Fischer Donald JEu Williams Andrew Hathcock Abraham Ybarra David Pamela Pohl Isabel E Rodriguez Alda Heywood Bob Kathleen Moss Douglas Nancy Coryell RjaFLindaHyvl Marjorie Kues Sharon George Legg Ethel Jean Philips Eleanor Edwards Grace Wood Charles Jill Herrera SamNeal PablqCaballero Raymond Colleen Rivas John Carmen Malcolm Andrew Suzanne Hartman Jane Gay Harriet Harrell Upton Maria Liebscher Charlsie L Hays Robert Cindy Peterman Roger Martha Garnsey Kenneth Jacqueline Brinkkoeter srome Shirley Dziuk John Tuohy Joyce Sarvey Kay Kathleen Schoch KathyPrarher Jerry Nancy Williams iBenitez How you will benefit as an NIE sponsor Investing in our communitys future leaders and Public recognition in a Thank You ad in the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung once a month during the school The entire community will appreciate your support of How can you become an NIE sponsor Complete and return the sponsorship form below or call 6259148 NEW School Please select one Full full year sponsorship Full semester sponsorship Single student sponsorship Other All pledges must be received within 6 of pledge date Dare
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