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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 28, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A HKRALDZRITUNO November 2001 Contact Managing Editor Margaret Edmonson at 6259144 Dispatch mouse fire CANYON LAKE Canyon Lake firefighters wore called to n house fire night in the Canyon Lake Village West A resident of the 200 block of Susie Drive reported the fire began in a Shortly after the 7 alarm went the fire was Building burglaries New Braunfels police are investigating a series of business or building bur In the 1200 block of River someone stole an air compressor and worth of power tools late Saturday or early Between Friday and someone pried the latch off a storage building in the 3300 block of West San Antonio What was taken in that incident and its value had yet to be inventoried In a burglary that occurred between Wednesday night and Friday morning at a busi ness in the 1400 block of Interstate 35 worth of tools and a pres sure washer worth another were burglary Someone broke into a pickup truck Sunday and stole compact discs and a stereo system worth A New Braunfels Police Department spokesman said the theft occurred between 10 and in the 500 block of Landa An estimated worth i of damage was done to the window of the 2001 Ford Hlome burglary A burglar who forced open the door of a River Terrace home apparently took keys but little else in a burglary that occurred late Wednesday or early on Thanksgiving The door to the located in the 1200 block of River was dam Meetings GUADALUPEBLANCO RIVER AUTHORITY board of 10 head 933 Court CITY OF NEW BRAUNFELS River Activities 6 Meeting Room City 424 Castel SOUTHEAST TRINITY GROUNDWATER CONSERVA TION DISTRICT regular meet Bulverde City Suite Bulverde Market 30070 281 SCHERTZCIBOLOUNIVER SAL CITY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT board ol 7 new addi Doble Junior High 395 Borgfeld COMAL COUNTY COMMIS SIONERS COURT Commissioners third Comal County Courthouse 150 Seguln NEW BRAUNFELS UTILI TIES board of NBU board 263 Main CITY OF NEW BRAUNFELS tree and landscape 6 Conference Room City 424 Castell COMAL COUNTY WATER ORIENTED RECREATION DIS TRICT board of Canyon Lake Action FarmtoMarket Road NEW BRAUNFELS ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT city council New Braunfels Municipal 424 Castell SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS REGIONAL WATER PLANNING GROUP board San Antonio River 100 San N6ISD prize patrol delivers grants Education Foundation announces recipients BY STEPHANIE FERGUSON New Braunfels ISO Members of the New Braunfels Independent School District Education Foundation boarded a school bus on Tuesday to award 16 teaching grants to educators for their inno vative classroom There is no better reward than surprising a teacher with the news that he or she will now be able to fund a classroom project they have been wanting to said NBISD Education Foundation President Doug These projects may have otherwise gone because we live during a period of shrinking budgets and lim ited allotments from the Educators were awarded grants Tuesday morning from Foundation board members who surprised them with the along with a Grant Winner flag to Grants awarded on Tuesday totaled more than The goal of the NBISD Education Foundation which formed in 1999 is to fund projects and pro grams that will improve educational opportunities for the students of The Foundation gov erned by a board of direc provides funds not available through the NBISD photo Memorial Intermediate teacher Nancy Goodwin is congratulated for receiving a NBISD Education Foundation grant on school districts normal operating budget for pro grams and With the generosity of donors in our the Education Foundation is able to provide enriched opportunities for our stu said The grants will allow the Education Foundation to reward innovation in the classroom allowing teachers to turn textbook knowledge into practical experience for our chil Foundation money is helping to fund classroom advanced tech nology enrich ment projects and cultural experiences and impact grants are enabling teachers to expand existing curriculum and develop new and innp approaches tO teach Teachers receiving funds from the NBISD Education Foundation Carl Schurz Elementary teacher Dave Project Permanent Students will create a butterfly a cac tus garden and a native Texas plant garden at the schools Grant Carl Schurz Elementary Campus Improvement Project Jump Start to Through the use of videotaped literacy skills parents can be trained on techniques to help their children learn literacy Grant NBISD Elementary School Project Positive Training for parents of elementary students will be pro vided to better equip them to meet the challenging role as an effective parent in todays chang ing Grant Lone Star Primary teachers Audrey Barber and Betty Project Wireless Internet Through the pur chase of Internet airport base 100 percent of the classrooms will be able to con nect to the Internet and printers can be Grant OakRun Sixth Grade Center teacher Pat Project Patriotic About 130 stu dents will participate in painting a mural that will reflect patriotic feelings relating to the 2001 terroristic attacks on the United Grant New Braunfels Middle School teacher Glen Project Weather Net Software site license will support weather station and make avail able in every classroom data from the Grant Seele Elementary teachers Suzanne Rogers and Paula Project Integrating technology digital camera into developing and exploring a per sonal history slideshow and clay Grant Memorial Intermediate teacher Nancy Project What is your Target Heart Rate The purchase of a heart rate monitor will help to teach stu dents what their target heart rate is why one would want to reach target heart and how to reach and maintain it for a minimum of 20 Grant New Braunfels Middle School teachers Amanda Bennet and Robin Project Rube Goldberg Students will use problemsolving and inquiry techniques as a team to create machines with pulleys and Grant Carl Schurz Elementary sec ond grade teachers Kimberly Susan Janie Project Exploring Numbers to Math manipula tives will be purchased to pro vide students with concrete mod els necessary to master num bers to Grant Seele Elementary teacher Paula Project Keyboarding Purchase software that will give an alter nate way to teaching keyboard ing Grant Opportunity to Rebound Campus teacher Kalisha Project Library Funds will help to add novels to the campus library which was established in Grant Seele Elementary teacher Debbie Project Backpack Backpacks stuffed with and CDROM encyclopedia will be established for students to check out and do independent New Braunfels Middle School teacher Fadra Project Digital Computer printing equipment will allow students to better see the effects of their design Grant OakRun Sixth Grade Center teacher Donna Project STAR Advanced math technology program will provide immediate feedback to students of current growth and diagnostic information to stu parents and Grant Memorial Memorial and Lone Star Primary librarian Connie Project Freedom Materials will be bought to enable students to understand the Grant New elementary schools need names SPECIAL TO THE HERALD ZEITUNG The deadline for school name nominations is this Friday in the Comal Independent School Three new elementary schools will open in They are at 281 and Overlook Farm toMarket Road 306 and Cranes Mill and FM 306 and Hoffman Nominations will be accepted through Nomination guidelines to consider are geographic location pioneer families who contributed to the settle ment of the community individuals who were influential in the establish ment of the Comal ISD distinguished former Comal ISD educators district patrons who have contributed signifi cantly to the betterment of the district and outstanding Anyone can submit a There is a onepage form to complete and it can be downloaded from the districts web site at or by calling Supporting material is All of the nominations will be reviewed by a com mittee that will make final recommendations to the board of trustees in January for The school board will select the names in early Santa Sees a Shrink at SV Middle School SPECIAL TO THE HERALD ZEITUNG Theatre students at Smithson Valley Middle play Santa Sees a Shrink in the schools cafetorium on 13 and Admission is and the public is invited to share in There will be four and each one will have a dif ferent The shows are at 13 and at School will be presenting the the holiday spirit and and on Join us online at About Hearing AARFs CONSUMER GUIDE TO HEARING AIDS Provides an indepth look at hearing loss and hearing aid AARPs Consumer Guide to Hearing Aids gives informative nonbiased facts regarding hearing types and prices of hearing and hearing healthcare A complimentary copy is important for individuals with hearing loss and family members to read in order to be more informed of available assistance for hearing Call 830 6295830 for a free copy Sponsored by Soriya CCCA Amy CCCA Hill Country Nose Audiology Services 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