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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, April 19, 2001 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7AEducation Contact NBISD Public Information Officer Stephanie Ferguson at 643-5720. NBISD BriefsAround the District SEND IN YOUR PROX Y & WIN! Your proxy could mean A CASH PRIZE. lf you clo not plan to attend the PEC Annual Membership Meeting on June I 6, 2001, please return your proxy form. Assignment of your proxy gives you a voice on matters to he decided at the meeting. It also automatically enters you in our proxy contest. One member will he randomly selected hy computer to receive $1,000. Other cash prises will also he awarded. Simply mail your postage-paid proxy form to PEC hy June 12,2001, an J you could be a winner! Pedernales Electric Cooperative, inc. Your Pauser Professionals Early voting April 18-May I. Election Day May 5 Paid Pol. Adv. larry Alexander Campaign, Ray Schoch, Ireas. 131 Cardinal, New Braunfels, TX 78130    70RC4C LARRY ALEXANDER TO CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 WAile, orfA&id' taJJziEiCf, 9 it dta+te,. EXTENSION OF SCHMIDT FROM IH35 TO FM 1044 COUNTY LINE EXTENSION TO FM 1044 $500,000 TO FIX CITY STREETS $10 MILLION FOR MAJOR STREET & DRAINAGE PROJECTS NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART FIRE TRUCK CONTRACTED WITH FARMERS NOT TO ANNEX THEIR LAND HALTED SUB-STANDARD HOME BUILDING FUNDING FOR RIVER CLEAN-UP VOTED FOR BONDS TO FIX AGING SCHOOLS 'l/ot+’i '1/cUce, at City eMail Marine cadets Erie Lange, Julissa Gonzales, Terri Quirino and John Boatright, of the New Braunfels High School Marine Corps Junior ROIC, receive a proclamation from New Braunfels ISD Board of Trustees President Bill Biggadike during the March board meeting for attending the National Youth Leader-ship Forum on Defense, Intelligence and Diplomacy in Washington, D.C. Having demonstrated academic achievement and an interest in a career related to national security, the cadets joined more than 350 outstanding high school juniors and seniors from across America at the conference. Students learned firsthand about national security, diplomacy and global defense system. NBISD photo New Braunfels Middle School eighth-grader Patricia Kelley was the winner in the logo design contest held in conjunction with the New Braunfels ISD Technology Showcase, scheduled from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. May 12. She was recognized during the April 17 NBISD Board of Trustees meeting. Presenting Kelley with her award are NBMS Principal Demetria Cummins, right, and Jennifer Faulkner, director of instructional technology for NBISD. Unicorns present Spring Show The Unicorn Review Spring Show featuring the New Braunfels High School cheerleaders and Monoceras dance team members takes place at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the NBHS gym. The theme of the show is “Footloose” and will feature the students as well as other surprise performers, including Principal Mike Fitsko, who will perform with the Monoceras. Tickets are $5. Children 5 and younger will be admitted free. Tickets are on sale at New Braunfels High School, All American Scrapbook, First Commercial Bank or from any cheerleader or Monocera parent. Eat breakfast with the choir Tickets are now available for Breakfast with the Choir from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at New* Braunfels High School cafeteria. While eating a breakfast of pancakes, sausage, milk, juice and coffee, diners will enjoy music performed by the New Braunfels Middle School and New Braunfels High School choirs, led by director Ryan VanAntwerp. Tickets are $4 and $3. For information, contact Deborah Kempert at 643-0056. Kindergarten registration set Schools in the New Braunfels ISD that serve kindergartners will conduct registration for them today. To qualify for the full-day kindergarten program in the NBISD, a child must be 5 years of age on or before Sept. I. To register a child for kindergarten, a parent or guardian must supply: the child’s birth certificate, shot record (including TB test results), Social Security card and proof of residence (NBU or Reliant Energy utility bill, mortgage or lease agreement showing family name and address). Memorial Primary also accepts a current driver’s license for proof of residence. Students who will be attending Lamar Primary, Memorial Primary and Carl Schurz Elementary will register from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Lamar Primary is located at 240 N. Central. The principal is Leigh Ann Dees. The office phone number is 625-2718. Memorial Primary is located at 1200 County Line Road. The principal is Carol DeHaven. The office phone number is 629-9311. Carl Schurz Elementary is located at 633 W. Coll. The principal is Merry White. The office phone number is 625-7361. For information about attendance zones, contact Stephanie Ferguson, NBISD public information officer at 620-6200. Blood drive planned for teacher A South Texas Blood and Tissue Center blood drive is from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday at New Braunfels High School in the name of NBHS vocational agriculture teacher James Garrett, who is battling cancer. Donors can sign up for the blood drive in the high school nurse's office. Community members, especially former students of Garrett, are encouraged to participate. For information, or to donate refreshments for the drive, contact student council sponsor Julie Estes at 625-6271. Screenings set for NBISD athletes Physical screenings for New Braunfels ISD stu-dent-athletes will be from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. May 2 at New Braunfels High School. The cost for a physical is $15 cash (no checks). For information, contact Dean Laird at 625-5713. NBISD photo New Braunfels Middle School seventh-graders Amanda Scranton and Camille Meyer join other students participating in the annual Knowledge Masters Open competition this week. NBMS sponsor Claire Smith said the students this past year from NBMS placed in the top 10O Knowledge Masters teams in the nation. Driver education set for summer The New Braunfels ISD driver education program will offer three sessions this summer for area students, according to coordinator Walter Schulle. The purpose of the sessions is to teach students to drive safely and skillfully, to respect the rights of others, and to obey to the rules of the road. State law requires that students must be 15 before they can take a driver education class. Session times include: Session I, June 4-26; Session II, June 20-July 17; and Session III, July 11-Aug.3. Registration will be from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at New Braunfels High School for students who are 16-years-old or older by Wednesday. All other students will register from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday or April 26 at NBHS. Applications can be obtained at New Braunfels High School or Canyon High School. NBISD photo New Braunfels Middle School nurse Sue Hanner accepts a check for $850 for the American Cancer Society raised by student council students in memory of NBMS teacher Linda Connally, who struggled with cancer before her death in 2000. From left are seventh grader Jessica Owens, Hanner, eighth-grader Erin Keeton and seventh-grader Liz Trussed Keeton was the top money raiser with Trussell and Owens placing second and third respectfully. The Linda Connally Relay to Remember is planned at NBMS on April 30. ;