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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 28, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A September 2005 TEACHERS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Charter school was founded in 1998 the extra Cummings said he was motivated by something much more important his students Most of these kids have been told all their lives they cannot do he My main objective is not just to teach its to build My job is more about nurturing than molecular Nancy Ney was founded in 1998 as an accredited Texas charter Although it is open to any student who wants to the school specializes in chil dren a high risk of drop ping Because of their students Superintendent Kellie Stallings said her teachers were even more important than instructors on typical campuses around the If it wasnt for these teach most of these kids would not the superin tendent A lot of these teachers are the only caring adult in their Math teacher Robert Wray said he enjoyed working DAVID Stephanie gets help with her Algebra II work from Nancy Ney Charter School teacher Robert Wray Tuesday sophomore Jessianna Diaz talks with with students other teachers had given up It can be frus but work ing here is more rewarding than working at a tradi tional he I like helping the DeWALT CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Mother still in jail on million bond is a state jail felony punish able by six months to two years in a state DeWalt is being held in Comal County where her set by 207th Judicial Dis trict Judge Jack is DeWalt fled Robisons court after a Comal County jury awarded custody of the boy to her Michael who she had alleged sexually abused the DeWalt has been investigat ed by five law enforcement including the and law enforcement officials say the charges were No charges have filed against Michael Suzanne incarcer ated under her maiden Suzanne was taken into custody with the boy in central Mexico on and deported to the United She was arrested at New Braunfels Municipal Airport early and her son turned over to his Her Edward and Margaret pleaded guilty in April 2004 to interfering with child custody and hindering the apprehension of a felon for their parts in enabling her to Edward Kearns was sen tenced to 180 days in county jail on the first On the a thirddegree he was placed on deferred adjudication probation for 10 Margaret Kearns was sentenced to one year in state jail and was also placed on 10 years deferred adjudication Bamboo Asian Buffet CHINESE JAPANESE BiffPET Now Featuring Our New Mongolian Bar 47 DINE IN CARRV OUT Open 7 Days a Week SUNTHUR 11AM9PM 11AM 10PM Lunch Buffet 11 OOAM to PM Tax Children 410 Tax Dinner Buffet After PM Tax Children 410 Tax Steaks cooted to outer Lunch dinner WITH THIS COUPON Not valid with any other ofkr Fxpires De Sunday AN Day Dinner Buffet PARtV ROOM AVAILABLE 651 Business Loop IH35 North Suite 1030 Located inside Marketplace Shopping Center All Major Credit Cards Checks DO YOU HAVE ASTHMA If you may qualify for a research of an investigational medication to treat Qualified 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with money generated to be used by the Education Foundation to award grants to New Braun Submitted photo Dennis Janelle Carroll Hoffmann and Hal Holtman will be honored as distin guished Unicorn alumni during the New Braunfels ISO Education Foundations A Night at the Opera fels ISO classroom teachers to support innovative educa tional projects and program Also included in the evening are fun and music by The Rick Cavender For call Stephanie Ferguson at 830 Kick off1 the Fall Allergy Season with Central Texas Health Research Volunteers ages 12 and are needed for a Fall Allergy Study involving an investigational Qualified participants will For more please eall 830 6090900 Digital Phone Customers Package Price Guarantee for One Full Year SWITCH TO digitalphone Order now and save hundreds of dollars a year when you order all three I8B8HBKSBIB ROADRUNNER I Time Warner Cable Prices Effective November 2005 Basic Reception Service per month Standard Service per month A la Carte prices for The 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