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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas NEW BRAtJNFELS THURSDAY July 14 pages in 2 sections VoK 219 Serving Netf Braunfels County since 1852 50 cents Casteel challenges Democrats SPECIAL SESSION On the Web Texas Legislative Council BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer j SAN 73 Garter R New called on Senate Democrats Wednes day to return to Austin and conduct the business they were elected to Casteel spoke at a news conference organized by Republicans at a north side elementary The conference turned into a debate when two San Anto nio Democrats said their Sen colleagues might return redistricting is taken off the Casteel spoke alongside San Antonio Republicans Frank Elizabeth Ames Jones and Ken Democrat representa tives Trey Martinez Fischer and Joaquin Castro both were among 51 House Democrats who fled to Ard in May to forestall a redistricting vote also addressed j m t CASTEEL whose district includes Cdmal assailed Democrats for leav ing Austin with nearly million in state funding for transportation and trauma among other in Tm an old gal taught to stand up for what I believe in and take my and Ive taken some lickings in my Casteel When you go to you Redistricting isnt the only issue on the legislative Casteel About million in fund ing for public education is being held up through a sna fu in the regular Cas teel In the regular the legislature approved a one month delay in payments to school districts that was sup posed to take effect in but in the bill that the date was changed to Casteel said the problem would delay funding for school districts this and affect more than 700 of the districts in Many will have to dip into reserves or seek bridge loans to get them into the next fis cal Casteel m School prep Backtoschool boost ftt toils per child VACCIN ATtON CUNICS Comal Countyfubte Health Office will provide vaccinations at the fbNovring School are for stuctenta at that Required vaccinations might not be available at all Arton Intwrnedtate to I Canyon High School 9 to 28 Coma Elementary to Goodwin Primary to to 4 8 Hoffman Unt to 11 30 and to 4 6 New BrwjnfMt Htah School W rfl J to and 3 12 fMMCM CnMte to vaney Middle School 1 30 and 1 to SmNhion High Sohook 830 to 11S30 and 1 to 5 Specht Elementary to and to 4 4 County Pubto Health 178 L JESSIE Jose Cruz braves nurse Maria Smiths needle Wednesday afternoon as he gets an immunization shot required for County health clinic provides tree vaccinations BY DYLAN JIMENEZ Staff Writer Time is running out for New Braunfels and Comal Coun ty students who are not current on their booster Boosters are shots students must take before returning to Vaccinations vary depending on the childs In the private parents could shell out as much as to have kids said Nanette of the Comal County Public Health An office visit alone could run or plus the price of each which could be as much as The health office will give vaccinations for students free at several county locations starting The price is right thats for County Nurse Karon Preiss They can also call their family but this is the time of year when everyone is stacked up to the ceiling with kids needing thhh n the health office ruruung Preiss Maria Lulsai Jose react M nuree MariaSmith chooses Kite first to get her immunization shot Wednesday Frazier Elementary gets new principal BY DYLAN JIMENEZ Staff Writer Rutsy a public educator of 11 will take the reigns at Pra ader Elementary this School officials said they need a unique leader for the which serves secondand thirdgraders and enrolls mostly povertylevel stu Victoria Comal Inde pendent School District executive cumculum n TWTPW for the near after former Ann Boney retired at the end pf the last school Jkela as assistant principal for three years and as principal for C1SD trustees approved Nash as principal at their regular meeting Frazier is a magnet bilingual edu cation campus with about 400 stu More than 50 percent of Frazier Elementary are at poverty Pursch But the school performs well with TAKS scores in the 90th were looking for someonp with experience with children who tradi twnally dont succeed but We were looking for someone who rec pgnized this was a highfunctioning NASH INSIDE
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