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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas August HERALDZEITUNG Page 9A 1A their lesson plans each Reaves Reaves added the state wants to make the 24 credit requirement standard in a few more Reaves change and higher expecta tions are not easy things for every Its a lot tougher on kids today to meet all Theres too much external stimulation other aspects that distract from what they should be con dentrating he Some kids have difficulty because of lack of support from home or Tb help boost that Reaves parents can expect more communication with Teachers now have phones in their classrooms equipped with voicemail and in a pro gressive manner to increase talks between par ents and Reaves For kids to meet new challenges they need sup port from home and When they find it helps them be One change that hits par ents in the pocket books this year is the districts extracurricular activity Students will have to pay for using districtowned band instruments and a transportation fee for sports or other If a student qualifies for free or reduced he or she will only pay for either The fees will help defray rising costs for fuel and band instrument And in addition to adjust ing to a ndw students will have to find their way around construc The school will have a new twostory classroom a new main office complex and new parking funded by the mil lion bond issue passed in District officials estimate final costs for the improve ments to be about The district has a million budget and tax rate for the 20012002 school The districts budget for 20002001 was million with a total tax rate of per The new budget reflects rising fuel and utility as well as a 15cent increase in the districts debt The new budget also reflects a 5 percent increase in employee salaries to help offset rising health insur ance Reaves said funding for state school districts will become more critical in the next two He believes legislators will have to seriously consider a state income tax to help school State leaders are not wanting to champion but if they hear the cry of the populace to help save school thats the angle theyll he BackToSchool Nights COMALISD Goodwin Primary Meet the Teacher 3 to 6 Wednesday Rahe Primary Meet the 3 to 5 except for Kindergarten kinder teach ers will set up time to meet individually or in small groups 9 and first grade 6 29 second grand 6 30 Comal Elementary to 7 Thursday Frazier Elementary to School 6 to 7 Thursday Bulverde Elementary Fourth to Thursday third to 7 Thursday Bill Brown Elementary Meet the 9 to Saturday open 11 Mountain Valley Elementary 5 to 7 Thursday Mountain Valley Open the 1 to 3 Friday Back to Subscribe to the HeraldZeitung Call Or check us out online for all your local news YOUR HEALTH IS OUR CONCERN SUMMER SPECIAL AIR DUCT CLEANING 3 RMS HALL WITH FREE SCOTCHGUARO FURNITURE ORIENTAL RUGS 6067384 361824 New Braunfels ISO Director of Instructional Technology Jennifer Faulkner receives the districts Spotlight on Excellence Award during the regular board meeting on July She receives her award from Superintendent Ron Reaves and Board President Bill The district awards this monthly honor to recognize who con nominated by Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services Rosalyn Carpet Cleaning Furniture Cleaning Air Dud Cleaning Fire Water Damage Restoration Fire Water Restoration OFFICE210TRADECENTERDRIUE FREE ESTIMATES 24 HR EMERGENCY SERVICE School 7 Aug 21 Arlon Seay Intermediate to School 6 to 7 Thursday open 7 to 8 13 Canyon Intermediate Back to School to Thursday Canyon Middle Open to 18 Smlthson Valley Middle Open 7 6 Spring Branch Middle PTA 11 Open 7 to 8 11 Smlthson Valley High Open to 8 27 Canyon High to be announced NEW BRAUNFELS ISO Memorial Primary 24 Friday Memorial Elementary MeettheTeacher 56 Friday Lamar Primary Meet the Teacher 34 20 Seele Elementary Meet the Teacher 45 20 PTA meeting and parent information 6 donut holes and 89 21 Carl Schurz Elementary the Teacher 20 and Sympathy for par 89 21 PTA meeting and open 7 25 Lone Star Primary Meet the Teacher 20 hot dogs will be served Memorial Intermediate Meet the Teacher 20 first day coffee and donuts from 8 to 9 21 parent 13 OakRun Sixth Grade Center first day 21 open 11 New Braunfels High School open 7 10 parent meet ing for online textbooks in 17 HTTJTOPHOMFS Real Family 28x60 Fleetwood GreenHill Set 116322 NB18 28X54 Schult Distinction MB 10 32x70 Sunbuilt SB3270A 11543 NB2 28x64 Schult 6438316 1227143 NB3 32x48m Fleetwood Anniversary 117777 NB11 16x76 Schult Secura 1227195 S2 16x76 Schult Legacy 1227512 NB23 32x66 Schult Gulf Breeze NB6 16x72 Schult 1069 NB24 32x66 Schult 4678 1909766 S12 Values was was was was was was was was was was now now now now now now now now now WE ACCEPT TRADEIMS 158rj6k They Wont Last Long at These Prices Call any Hilltop Homes Model Home Center for More Info Hilltop Homes Schult Home Center Hilltop Homes Schult Home Center IH10 Seguln Exit FM 725 IH 35 New Braunfels Exit 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