New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 13, 2001, Page 8

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April 13, 2001

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 13, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A — Herald-Zeitung — Friday, April 13, 2001 BEST AVAILABLE COPY CISD Briefs Education Contact CISD public information officer Kari Hutchison at 625-8081. Around the District CISD photo Frazier Elementary students Rebecca Allen, left, P.J. Sullivan, center, and Scott Kersey were Librarians for a Day after earning at least 300 points in the Accelerated Reading program. “Iris On Parade”_ Ilk 35tli Cfm mu I c^futW iirnl oVfC Presented by New Braunfels Iris Society Saturday, April 11, 2001 • 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm I Senior Citizen Center 65S Landa Street • New Braunfels Free Admission — Plants for Sate i — ---------    ,,    .    i&mam Public invited to groundbreaking The public is invited to the groundbreaking ceremony for the newest elementary in the Comal Independent School District at 9 a.m. on Wednesday at U.S. 281 and Overlook Parkway in the Lookout Canyon subdivision. The new elementary, when completed, will house 800 students in prekindergarten through sixth grade. About $7 million from the 1999 bond issue is being used to build the school. The school is tentatively scheduled for completion in fall 2002. The school is on the west side of U.S. 281 and south of Borgfeld and Bulverde roads. For information, call 830-625-8081. Canyon High sponsors sessions Canyon High School is sponsoring two highly anticipated programs for juniors, seniors and their parents a week from today. The “Making Your College Search Count’program will be offered for juniors and their parents at 9 a.m. on April 20. The “Make College Count” program for seniors and their parents will take place at 10 a.m. on April 20 at the school. Key content from the presentation can be found online at www.makingit-count.com. For information, call Canyon High’s counseling office at 625-6251. Early voting starts Wednesday Early voting in the race for the board of trustees seat in District 6 starts on Wednesday and continues through May I. Charles E. Burt, a certified public accountant, and Doug Nail, former school board member and an attorney, are vying for the District 6 seat on the Comal Independent School District’s board of trustees. District 6 covers some of the Bulverde and Timberwood Park areas of the school district. Early voting locations are the Comal County Courthouse, 150 N. Seguin, New Braunfels, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through May I, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 28. Also, on April 26, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., District 6 patrons can vote early at the Bulverde Community Center, at Bulverde Road and Ammann Road. The two voting locations for District 6 on election day, May 5, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. are: Bulverde Elementary School, 1715 E. Ammann Road; and Bexar-Bulverde Fire Station, 1126 E. Borgfeld Road, Bulverde. AMERICAN LEGION POST #179 Western Dance Friday April 13th, 8-12 BY0B Members $5 • Non Members $6 410 W. Coll ☆    625-0179 ■/.hi 4; By KARI HUTCHISON CISD Public Information Officer A Sign To Senior Living” Large Apartment Homes for “62” Or Better—In a Full Service Independent Living Community For Seniors Residential Request Fee Waived. Application Deposit Waived. One Bedroom    Two    Bedroom    Two    Bedroom One Bath    One    Bath    Two    Bath $389 or $475    $489    or $550 Amenities offered at tyis unique community: Private Access Gates Single Level Units individual Climate Control Walk-In Showers Washer/Dryer Hook-Ups Pets Welcome Club House/Swimming Pool M Emergency Maintenance Hiir Dresser & Barber Mdd Service SocDl Functions Private Transportation $635 I^ Independsnt Living Community 1615 Redwood Road San Marcos, TX 78666 (877) 823-3415 toll free (512) 396-2333 Voice (512)396-9923 TTY P www.lavistaonline.com dmhlavisla<&hotmail .com Sale I Day Only I! HEARING LOSS.. .or maybe just EARWAX OZ /c Do you have sticker shock...EVEN after advertised discounts are applied? lf so, call Brown Hearing Aid Centers for a second opinion today. COMPARE & SAVE HUNDREDS MAYBE EVEN THOUSANDS! OFFER EXPIRES 4/17/01 All Digital & Programmable Hearing Aids Quality Service since 1962 Brown Hearing Aid Centers CUSTOM FULL SHELL Now Only $495 Save 50% off Class A CUSTOM CANAL Call for an appointment 1-800-392-1041 You askedtof small...whenElteCIC is placed in your ear canal ii becomes virtually INVISBLE Now Only $595 Save 50% off Class A Tuesday, April 17, 2001 10:00 AM-4:00 PM First United Methodist Church 572 West San Antonio Street New Braunfels, Texas Students perform comedy, drama CISD photo James Wetz, a senior at Canyon High, won the prestigious Wilson Robertson Memorial Arts Scholarship of $1,500 for the pencil drawings he drew in front of a judge. The scholarship was awarded by New Braunfels resident Olga Wilson in memory of her late husband and daughter who were both artists. The runner-up was Joseph Judkins of New Braunfels High. Canyon Middle uses the Character First curriculum program to remind students about the character traits we should all possess — generosity, forgiveness and loyalty. Spring Branch Middle uses Project Wisdom, another character education program, to remind students about the importance of respect, sensitivity, and selfcontrol. Occasionally, local celebrities, such as attorney Carter Casteel, stop at Spring Branch to share a few words of wisdom about the character trait of the day. CISD photo CISD photo Rose Cervin, right, kicked off the RSVP America Reads program recently, along with Celinda Copher, RSVP coordinator from Texas Lutheran University, and Stephen Doerr, center, RSVP director. Senior citizens help pass on the power of reading By KARI HUTCHISON CISD Public Information Officer Comal ISD senior patrons are passing on the power of reading to students at Mountain Valley and Bill Brown elementary schools through the newly initiated RSVP America Reads tutoring program. “The program is designed for people who are 55 years old and older,” said Rose Cervin, coordinator of the program for the district. “We won’t refuse any volunteers, though!” RSVP America Reads is funded through Texas Lutheran University, United Way of Comal County and Comal school district. Its purpose is to give early readers and their senior tutors additional practice time and the opportunity to share their love of books. Training is provided for volunteers. Effective tutoring techniques are covered as well as how to understand the reading process. Tutors are reimbursed mileage to and from the schools, and they are covered under a liability insurance policy through RSVP. lf you are interested in serving as a tutor and helping the reading program expand into other Comal district schools, contact Cervin at (830) 228-5511 or at [email protected] Whether it’s a comedy or a drama you are ready to see, high school students in Comal school district have what you want this month. The two plays are one-act plays they recently performed in district competition. “Mixed Nuts,” a love story comedy, will be performed at 7 p.m. April 19-20 and April 26-28 and at 2:30 p.m. April 28 at Smithson Valley High School. Tickets are $3 for adults and $2 for students and senior citizens. This one-act play, by Simon Donoghue and Nancy Manera, is about an unusual assortment of people who must interact with each other. Its all about love, honesty, acceptance and personal growth. The classic 16th century moral play, “Everyman,” will be presented as a one-act play by Canyon High School students at 7 p.m. April 20-21 and at 2 p.m. April 22. Tickets are $2 at the door. The play is about Everyman, who is summoned by Death. He desperately searches for someone to go with him and in the process realizes the importance of priorities and true friendship. For information, call SVHS at 904-7273 or CHS at 625-6251. CISD photo Ryan Jacobson, center, who plays Everyman in the play “Everyman,” was named the Best Actor in the district one-act contest. Erin Baker, front left, who plays Messenger and Beauty, and Amanda Rivas, right, who plays Angel of Death, were named to the All-Star Cast as honorable mentions. Amber Shed, back left, was named to the All-Star Crew. ;

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