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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 17, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas NBISD photo by LESLIE KRIEWALDTducation CISD Mountain Valley Elementary School students win Science Fair awards CHS and CMS choirs present an evening of Walt Disney and other musical favorites Canyon High School choirs, ensembles* md sotoistt wffl present an evening of great entertainment on Thursday, April 18. the show begins at 6:30 pjn. in the ■rhnnl    TVff W OO uh***. aion charge, but a hee-will donation may be given. Desserts and tea will be served by CHS choir parents. Wall Dtxney’i finest will be among die featured choir programs. Mickey, Minnie, Snow White, and the oaany other Disney characters, will be them to sing your favorite music from Cinderella, Mary Poppies, Aladdin. Little Mermaid, and many other popular shows. Solo and ensemble presentations during the first half of the program will abo include a medley of Beatles music, selections horn **The Phantom of the Opera** and “The Sound of Music,H“CrazyHbyPatsyCline, plus many more favorites. The Canyon Middle School Boys Ensemble and Canyon Middle School Treble Choir will also provide their own exciting music to the evening. Jean Wood is the Director of the Canyon High School Choir and Pat Flemming is the director of the Canyon Middle School singers. SVHS choir members receive U.I.L. awards Pictured are the 1st Place Winners, arith the subject/title of their projects, in the Mountain Valley Elementary 5th Grade Science Fair (L-R) seated, Reagan Schneider, Friction; Kathy Dalglish, Infrared Radiation; Jenepher Bratusek, Insect Cosseting; Alexandra Rosier, Air Pollution; Robin Ketchum and Dana Curvy, Bones; back row, C. J. Schubert and Jon Conman, Battery Power; Dormy Galloway, Virus; Brandon Roberts, *00 You See What I See?” (Ink Blote) Approximately 120 fifth grade sto- Jenepher Bralusek, I st Place; Rachael dents at Mountain Valley Elementary School competed in the school's science fair. Teachers planned several major learning objectives for the students throughout the month-long process of completing their science projects. “Each student was required to keep records using the scientific method for their experiment," Joyce George, MVES science teacher, said. “We abo wanted them to understand the value of reaewch and complete a quality project," die added. MountainValley Elementary School 5th Grade Science ErirWomen are: PiYBhm: Modtb Category A; Student Alone. Taylor, 2nd Place; Chase Walker, 2nd Place; Jason Schnautz, 3rd Place; Adam Riel, 4th Place. Category B: Students/Partners. Dana Curry and Robin Ketchum, 1st Place; Wayne Grabowski and Brandi McDuff, 2nd Place; Bridget Espinosa and Sarvette Smith, 3rd Place; Cory Richel and Michael Zapata, 4th Place. Category C: Student and Adult as Partners. Dormy Gallo way. 1st Place; Ryane Hopper, 2nd Place; Kailee Ribbans, 2nd Place; Justin Bene Ison, 3rd Place; Sarah Dedmon, 3rd Place; Krystal Humptirite, 4thPla&‘, Kody Fry, 4th Place.    '    • nivtdna- Category A; Student Alone, Alexandra Rosier, 1st Place; Cristal Linden, 2nd Place; Sally Stork, 3rd Place; Leo Garcia, 4th Place; Justin Chappell, 4th Place. Pnf^ynrv R- SniA>nt</Partnef» Inn Coffman and C. J. Schubert, 1st Place; Lindsey Vitek and Ashley UbnUe, 2nd Place; Erika Limmer and Andrea Gibson, 3rd Place; Britnee Morris and Renay Rodriguez, 4th Place. Category C- Student and Adult as Partners. Reagan Schneider. I st Place; Brandon Roberts, 1st Place; Kathy Dalglish, I st Place; Melissa Ford, 2nd Place; Jamie Dalglish, 2nd Place; Place; Matthew Cain, 3rd Plk^; Evaleen Chalkley, 3rd Place; Joe Miller, 4th Place; Whit Outlaw, 4th Place. Clou photo by Don dark Pictured are the Smithson Valley High School Choir members who received a Superior rating on their solos at the UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest (L-R) first row, Shawn Boose, Tenor Ii; Rojji Lewis, Soprano I; Stephanie Cook, Soprano ll; Laura Cox, Soprano I; Heather McGary, Soprano I; second row, Heather Ross, Ako ll; Jessica Moonie, Alto ll; Amy RedcUft, Soprano I; Joey Guyer, Tenor I; Michael O'Brien, Bass I; third row, Briana Henderson, Alto I; Paul Frechette, Bass I; Missy Graham, Soprano I fourth row, Bethany Welch, Tenor I; Rick Simmons, Baritone I; Kelly Walker, Soprano I; Caste Va (nail, Soprano I. r i i i i i L I I I Add these important events to your calendar! ti April 18/19. SVHS One Act Play, 7 p.m., Commons.    ,    .ii*    urn ti April 20. SYMS Choir “Pops in the Park," All Day, SVMS.    < ti April 20. SVHS Prom, 8 p.m.-12 a.m., San Antonio Builders’ Association.    I ti April 20. CHS Junior/Senior Prom, 9 p.m. -1 a.m, Retama Park.    I 19-9_(LDates_ ti Thursday, April 18: OakRun School Academic Picnic at Landa Park, 6:30 p.m. ti Friday, April 19: OakRun School hosts a Be-Bop Dance at 7:30 p.m. • New Braunfels High School theatre students perform, ‘The Time of Your Life,” their award-winning one-act play, at 7 p.m. in the cafetorium. Free admission; donations welcome. • Memorial Elementary Pioneer Day for 3rd Grade ti Monday, April 22: Memorial Primary Music Program featuring students in Gallion's, Buck’s, Meliza’s and Brooke’s classes, ti Monday, April 29: Memorial Primary Music Program featuring students in Brace’s, Sullivan’s, Werth’s and Wackwitz’s classes, ti Tuesday, April 30: NBISD Kindergarten Preregistration, begins at 9:15 at Memorial I Lamar Primary schools.    I up day for lost class day on Feb. 2 due to bad weather. Work Day NBISD photo by LESLIE KRIEWALDT Th* award-winning cant and crew of 'Tho Time of Your Ufo” are preparing to perform their one-act piny Thursday, April 1$ at 7 p.m. in the New Braunfels High School cafetorium. During the course of UIL competition, the NBHS students won boot actor, all-star cest and crew awards, es well ae being named en alternate for the regional contest NBHS one-act play hits the stage Thursday Award-winning talent takes to the New Braunfels High School stage Thursday, April 18 when the NBHS actors perform “The Time of Your Life,” a one-act play that takes place in 1939 on the San Francisco waterfront. The students took the play to University Interscholastic League competition where they advanced through zone, district, area and were named as the alternate to go on to regionals. As they progressed, the NBHS thespians earned numerous best acting, all-star cast and crew awards. The play is directed by Theatre teacher Kathy Stockstill and Speech and English teacher David Mooney. The public will get its chance to see this entertaining comedy/drama by William Saroyan on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the NBHS Cafetorium. Admission will not he charged, although donations would be welcome. Time to register kindergartners for ’96-’97 New Braunfels ISD begins registering the next group of kindergartners Tuesday, April 30. Youngsters are eligible for kindergarten if they are five-years-old on or before Sept. I, 1996. Memorial Primary, at 1200County Line Road, serves students in the district’s south attendance zone, while Lamar, at 240 N. Central, is for those residing in the north attendance area. Both schools will host orientations on their campuses beginning at 9:15 a.m. Lamar will host its meeting in the school gymnasium, while Memorial Primary will hold its orientation in the school cafeteria. Registration will follow the orientations up until 4 p.m. Parents are asked to bring their child’s birth certificate, current immunization record, social security card and proof of residency. To prove residency, you must present a hill that was sent to your home and shows your family name and address. For children who do not have a social security card, the schools will have social security application forms available. Parents are strongly encouraged to preregister their kindergartners-^-^ and let them tour their new school. * While parents are not required to attend the orientation, they are encouraged to attend if they can. The schools will be open for walk-throughs throughout the day. Schurz students show super salesmanship! A Carl Schurz Etenwntery PT A fund-raiaing campaign resulted in soma awards for three hard-working fifth-gradara. PTA Praaidant Sandra Shana, standing, congratulataa sscond-placa winner William Brown, who sold savan casas of cookies to win a boombox compact disc player; top winner Cristy Perez, who sold 13 cates to win a bicycle; and Erie Jones, who sold six casas to also sam a boombox. The funds will ba used to finance end-of-the year field trips. NBISD _ NBISD to conduct early childhood screening The New Braunfels ISD Special Education Department will conduct early childhood screening sessions for the Program for Preschool Children with Disabilities (PPCD) on Thursday, May 9 and Friday, May IO. The screenings are a free and public service provided to examine children ages three through five, who are suspected of having learning, speech/ language, social-emotional, self-help skills, or fine and/or gross motor difficulty. This includes any child who is visually or auditorily handicapped from birth to age five. If difficulties are discovered, further evaluation will be offered to determine if the child is eligible to receive Special Education services. Although this screening is for stu dents age 3-5, NBISD provides services for eligible children with disabilities through age 21. To schedule an appointment for early childhood screening, contact the Special Education Department at The Education Center, 430 W. Mill St., by telephoning 620-6200 as soon as possible. Please call by May I to make an appointment. ;