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Mainland Extra Newspaper Archives Nov 20 1986, Page 1

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Mainland Extra (Newspaper) - November 20, 1986, Galveston, Texas Mainland i7 Bank c i9ft6 calves lose s inc people read classified Mainland extra thursday morning november visiting Crystal Cook of Texas City photo left reaches out to touch Dusty As Kaytie Austin of Texas City sits bareback during a recent visit by the Quarter horse to the child development Lal oratory at College of the Mainland at right Jeremy Molina of la Marque Jazmine Cooper of Dickinson Dimitra Hatziandreou of league City Kirk Kovich of Texas City and Tomeka Rice of Santa be All get their Chance to visit with Dusty at the Texas City i Hitchcock High school Honor Roll announced Hitchcock the following students Are named on the hitch cock High school Honor Rolls for the first six weeks of the 198687 school year freshman class a Honor Roll Karen Cascarelli Brian Faetche and Kathy Holbert b Honor Roll Veronica Cham pagne Rae Andra Feaster Sara Garcia Leslie Harris Tracy her Rera Shawn Long Claude mar Shman Casey Nail Lucia Salazar Monica Weils and Wilda Wilson Sophomore class a Honor Roll Laura Hutto Brenda Marquer and Sandra Williams b Honor Roll Chris Bell Larry Bell Melody Bobbitt Larry Cam Biano Stanford Charles Volanda Fields Dawn Helton Robert Holmes Carla Landrum David Laskoskie Thomas Macaluso Kevin Mayo Ledessa Nelson Debra Pritchard Diane Rac Richard Root Hugh Simon Laureena Stoutenberg Barbara Washington Vonnetta Washington Misti Welch Tara White and Lorie Yargee Junior class a Honor Roll Thad Cobbs Lori Plasek Susan Shields and Craig Smith b Honor Roll Suzanne Divins Michael Dixon Revonda Dotson Bertha Henderson Fread Houston Derrick Kara Costa Michael May Chad Overton Cindy Pritchard Sanae Scott Carlton Thompson and Chris Trochesset senior class a Honor Roll Tandra Charles Charles Dotson Constance Greer Kandara Harris Leroy Kim Brough Dawn Glen Newsom Debbie Salsbury and Brya Schoen b Honor Roll Adam Aquirre Thomas Champagne Pamela Covell Lupita Cortez Carol Crider Antoinette Datrice Phillip Fleming Tammeria Glenn Melvin Gordy Daniel Hernandez Alice Hilton Darren Hogues Robert Kelly Tracy Nail Karen ring Gary Rygaard John Schmidt Bernard Sparks Ger Maine spells Phillip Summers Tammie Walton and Jackie Weaver Harris demonstrates trusting techniques Hosa students Hosa conference hosted by techs Texas City Texas City High school health occupations students of America Hosa hosted the area in leadership conference on october 28 joining Texas City students were Hosa clubs from Sam Rayburn Pasadena Dobie South Houston Pearland Dickinson and Deer Park Bryan Harris youth director at the first Baptist Church in Texas City was the guest speaker a former English and Spanish teacher Harris has been a youth director for 20 years he spoke on How to be successful and Trust techniques using members of All eight clubs entertainment was provided by the Texas City High school jazz band directed by Bob Mac Williams the program was conducted by the Texas City Hosa president Rose Marquez and coordinated by Sheri Williams Hosa sponsor Texas City teacher has worn Many hats Texas City Jack Boorman 7th and 8th Grade Reading teacher at Blocker Middle school has worn a number of different hats in his lifetime Hes been a Marine teacher coach administrator textbook representative cot ton Farmer car dealer and weekend Sailor following graduation from North Texas state University and a three year tour of duty in the Pacific during world War ii Boorman spent 21 years As a teacher and administrator in the port Neches Iso i taught at virtually every he said and organized the opening of three new elementary fourteen of those years were spent in school administration that experience has helped me in my teaching there is no doubt about the importance of teaching subject matter but the needs of Young people Are Many and Boorman retired from teaching but stayed in the education Field calling his Cotton farm in Lubbock Home base he spent much of the next two years on the Road As representative for a major textbook publisher his territory covered Texas and new Mexico i upgraded the farm during this period but because i was gone a great Deal of the time my Cousin actually ran he said i called myself a gentleman nevertheless when Opportunity knocks you cant keep them Down on the farm in 1973 Boorman received an of Fer he business of his own he and his family moved to Texas City where he became owner and operator of a local car Dealership it was 12 years before Boorman reentered teaching this time in the Texas City is the first two years he substituted and in 1985 he began teaching Reading full time at Blocker Middle school Boorman enjoys teaching at the Middle school level and said that the welfare of the students was always Foremost in his mind Boorman with his Sailboat the Sarah Jane the students at this age seem to be in a constant state of change a teacher needs to be Able to adjust teaching methods to fits these changes individual attention is an absolutely necessity in Middle school in spite of legislative stumbling blocks i do see great things in the future for education m he concluded when Hes not in the classroom pushing Readin skills Hes sailing his Small wife Jane the magic teacher at try to take a sailing in the British Virgin every summer

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