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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung a Wednesday, April 3,1996 O 3CISD School Board Actions The following actions were taken by the board of trustees for the Comal Independent School District at their meeting on March 28, 1996: ■ Recognized Educational Diagnosticians and Associate School Psychologists, the Canyon Varsity Football Team, Canyon Varsity Volleyball Team, and the Canyon Aristocats Dance Team. ■ The Canyon Music Booster Club presented a report detailing funds raised by the group during the 1995-96 school year. ■ Received a report on building committee minutes for February 23 and 29,1996. ■ Received a report on the various building projects in the district. ■ Discussed the possible renaming of Bulverde Primary after the Rahe family for their dedication to education. The item will be placed on the April 15 workshop agenda for possible action. ■ Lois Duggan addressed the board concerning various laws she feels have been violated. She also told the board three actions that could be taken to prevent any further legal action. ■ Approved agenda for the March 28,1996 board meeting. ■ Approved the minutes as presented for the meetings of the Comal ISD board of trustees of February 5 and March 11,1996. ■ No action was taken on a patron’s request for approval of a Resolution Regarding Traditional Teaching. The board did decide to form a committee to look into Traditional vs. Outcome Based Education philosophy further to develop standards to measure policies and programs. ■ Approved financial statement and expenditures for the month of February. ■ Approved the tax office report. Total taxes collected were $492,090.72. ■ Board member Thomas Bruce expressed an interest to see a report on the amount of money being spent on legal fees in the last IO years. No action was taken. ■ Approved budget amendments to the 1995-96 budget as presented. ■ Approved the application for Waiver that allows for four staff development and six early release days during the 1996-97 school year. ■ Approved a school calendar for 1996-97. School begins August 15 and ends May 30. ■ Approved the election of Region XIII Board of Directors for Places Two and Five by secret ballot. ■ Approved the 1996-97 out-of-district student tuition charge of $3,500 with authorization to make an adjustment should the actual tuition calculation be lower. ■ Approved the Peer Helpers Program proposal. ■ Approved the updated Board employment policy as presented by the administration. ■ Approved the board policy CDA (Local) as presented by the administration. ■ Approved Abel Campos, Ron Graham and Jo Schwab as authorized employees to perform investment functions for the Comal Independent School District. ■ Approved the bids for the 1996-97 Nurses’ Supplies Bid opened March 22,1996, and awarded the bid. ■ Approved the bid for the water well No. 4 at Bulverde Schools. ■ Approved the low bid submitted by Bluebonnet Motors in the amount of $15,941. ■ Approved the development of two athletic practice fields on existing Smithson Valley High School Property at a budget of $160,000 using $120,000 of 1995 Bond budgeted funds and $40,000 out of fund balance. Furthermore, be it resolved that the General Fund transfers-out of in the amount of $40,000 and transfers-in in the amount of $40,000 and transfers-in in the Bond Fund for like amounts be approved. ■ Approved alternative flooring system for gyms at ASIS, MVIS, CMS, SVMS and SBMS. Approve the installation of Sport Court flooring in the six new gymnasiums at a cost of $144,158. This is an increase of $35,597 over budget. This cost will be paid from fund balance. Furthermore, be it resolved that the General Fund transfers-out in the amount of $35,597 and transfers-in in the Bond Fund for like amounts be approved. ■ Renewed the teacher fellow program. ■ Approved the resignation of Bob-bye Rawlinson, Janet Zeravica, Richard Young, Mary Rappel, and Leslie Harris. Approved the retirement of Charles Spears, Emily Johnson, and Jeanne Fetner. ■ Approved hiring Carolyn Pittman as an assistant principal at SVHS JACK DAWSON CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN for COUNTY COMMISSIONER FLL LISTEN - YOU’LL GET RESULTS! LOCAL GOVERNMENT MUST BE RESPONSIBLE TO ITS CITIZENS. So many times new developments have neglected their responsibility to their buyers and prospective home owners. We must improve this through qualified and professional guidelines to insure the environment is protected with adequate sewage treatment technology, drainage facilities and certified water resources along with engineered roads to handle the growth and emergency services. DOLLIE & HAROLD WELLS - COMMUNITY LEADER/SHRINER “HIS REPUBLICAN PHILOSOPHY AND CONSERVATIVE AGENDA TOWARDS OUR ENVIRONMENT, QUALITY OF LIFE. AND GIVING RESPONSIBILITY BACK TO THE CITIZENS, MAKES JACK DAWSON THE CLEAR CHOICE FOR OUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.” BETTY & SONNY COLEMAN - R.V. & RECREATION “WE HAVE NEVER KNOWN ANYONE THAT IS SO POSITIVE. INTELLIGENTLY AGGRESSIVE, AND HAVE THE COMPASSION FOR HIS FELLOW MAN AS JACK DAWSON. JACK WILL GET THINGS DONE FOR ALL OF US.” •VOTE for JACK APRIL 9, 1996 Early voting at the courthouse April 1 thru 5 **** PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO VOTE **** PAID FOR-CAMPAIGN FOR JACK DAWSON. BONNIE DAWSON, TREASURER, 206 Watts Lane, N.B. TX you'll Find ECCS-ACTLY WHAT YOU WANT... At New Braunfels Factory Stores! Shop 48 true factory stores like Erntfto's Jewelry factory for al! your Easter needs. You'll always find 20*70% off original    retail. On Saturday, April 6th, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, visit Blossom    Bunny at Cartons Childronswoar and have your    picture    taken for only $3.00. NX jN    Each child visiting Blossom will V I JBSn receive a FREE stuffed bunny, while    Hi supplies last. You're sure •wmhbowvb* to find eggs*actly what you're looking for at Drats Barn, WastPoint ^apparail, Fits it Floyd and all our other Factory Stores! _ 9    KJ fr- UU R D A U M f- ft-' I FREE STUFFED EASTER BUNNIES WHILE SUPPLIES LAST SATURDAY, APRIL 6th I I:OO urn to 4:00 pm Center Hows: Mon.-Sot., 9 am • 9 pm Sun., IO am *6 pm Closed Easter Sunday (Bess, Bugle Bey, Geeffrey Beeee, Von Heusen and Welcome Home will be epee from 11 am to 5 pm en Easter Sunday) On IH 35 at Exit 188 Only 30 minutes from Downtown San Antonio 210/620-6806 Factory Stores ★ k Chattel Oak Partners Property I Coleman Ft ii Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Working safe The employees of the Coleman Co. are proud to announce their achievement of working 1.9 million hours without a lost time accident Each year a "no lost time" record is achieved, every employee is awarded with a gift. In addition, this year, CNS, the companias insurance company, has presented the employees of Coleman with a Distinguished Safety Award Plaque. Tree of Life Fellowship presents .Living Last .Supper A live theatrical presentation of the Last Supper y\pr\\ 4 & 5 • 7:00 PM in fixe Teee of Life Fellowship Sanctuary *<> *£ 3ree Admission &    to the public Tree of Life Fellowshi 652 Loop 337 • New Braunfe 210/625-6375 Tithes "      ^    I    AV a1 VL °v Clothes Now ,    .    'v    s * Play Sunny Bonanza toot**    c    -ri\    r    ”    t    it    . ac*toy & Receive A Discount Up T° Cutc Easter Toys and Clothes Ruffles and Ruffstuff Children’s Clothing Resale Shop -t-t-t-t Walnut Square Shopping Center ll /, I0'6 _    io-5    '-LU Tues.-Thurs. Ms Fri.-Sat. Meet Jane Luedecke, a native of Columbus, and a senior manager at the LCRA. Among Jane’s responsibilities are safety and training at the Fayette Power Project near La Grange. The plant’s 370 employees recently worked 1.3 million hours with no time lost due to accidents. Quality work lets the LCRA provide low-cost power and many other services without the use of tax money. Part of Jane’s job is ensuring that the plant is a good neighbor as well as a low-cost power provider. “We’ve formed a citizen advisory committee to keep our neighbors informed. Our goal is to resolve any complaints caused by our activities. We'll do whatever it takes. We live here, too." A powerful good neighbor policy USA THC POWIKTO MAKI A WPC IHI NCC. Lower Colorado River Authority, P.O. Box 220, Austin, Texas 78767 For more information contact Bill McCann (512) 473-3200, or 800-776-5272 IM ;