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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 28, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A HERALDZEiTUNG August 1A 1A he Its one of those things that youre going to fight the rest of your Material also cant obstruct windows or One door one window must remain clear of combustible Brinkkoeter Even curtains must be treat ed with fire Chalk or dryerase boards are not combustible material and dont apply to the 20 per cent Goodwin is trying to com ply with the rule without adversely impacting teach ers ability to At this since primary teachers integrate art into everything they it affected everyone Maese In addition to the front Goodwin is planning to paint the cafeteria and bul letin boards with encourag ing or educational The teachers felt they needed more color in the Maese the information that was placed on bulletin boards added color and was infor mative at the same The murals are a good he Canyon Middle School stu dents created and drew the first When the teacher and everyone saw they were because it was stu Niiw BRAUNIELS HERALDZEITUNG Published on Saturday and Sunday mornings and week day mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Coun Texas Periodi cal postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Mail delivery outside Comal Coun ty in Texas three six one Mail out side Texas six one Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 625 Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New dent work and it also added color Maese Tapping into community resources helps develop the relationship between the school and he The project will allow the positive learning environ ment the school staff Research shows certain col ors help students learn bet Maese There are certain colors that will create a certain responses in Some will help students remember others will get students he The school will consult artists and teachers on the design and colors of the other Because artwork is not allowed on the teach ers create class art Its worked out even better because they bind these books and send it Maese The ability to compromise shows the character of the Goodwin he We want to do whats best for Maese Even if it takes a little bit of were going to make it enough officers to go around to give attention to issues we should elsewhere in the Villarreal If we have to pull officers from the river to take care of more serious we In the rest of Comal sheriffs Mark Reynolds said deputies would patrol the roads particularly those that access the river or lake Reserve deputies will patrol the lake camp On the the sheriffs patrol boat and two officers on personal watercraft would assist Texas Parks and Wildlife We have eight river teams out at strategic places from the horseshoe to Reynolds Our river plan is very If its a large we can deal with If its a small we can change it Were Lifts Fully Reclines Dont let getting up get you Lift Chair prices start at TJw Provider of Horn Heaffi Equlpmenl In Professional Medical 6089577 386 A Landa New Texas 1A But the state is starting to move toward online assess ment test taking and distance which should pro vide flexibility in the time constraints of the current Scott Scott said he expects leg islators to move away from ensuring equality of edu cation to ensuring adequa cy of education for all dis he Scott said the state specu lates the Legislature will have a special session to address school finance this That could be a problem for which must approve its budget in Although running the billion Texas education sys tem is a contact Scott he expected legislators to put the political redistrict ing standstill behind The state also has begun to patch holes in the educa tional system where student potential slips Texas is pushing for change in the early and late phases of public school including earlychildhood development so students can be better prepared upon enter ing the public school The state also passed legis lation that forces schools to reexamine and address their dropout Part of this leg islation requires creating a pilot program that will allow some students to get a high school diploma and an asso ciates degree during the last two years of high This program would be an acceleration program and help students who are at risk of dropping out because they have to support Scott He also said the growing numbers of students who speak foreign languages would provide another chal lenge to Texas We are going to have to start doing some research of how these kids Scott Scott is a 1987 graduate of Canyon High Some of his family members attend New Braunfels SAVE NOW THRU LABOR DAY BEALLS SALE GUYS EXPEDITION SHORTSLEEVED WOVEN SHIRTS Choose from a collection of great styles for Fall variety of MXL OFF ENTIRE STOCK MENS JOCKEY UNDERWEAR TEES Stockup during our Jockey National 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