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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education Sunday, February 22.1987 Pag«3A CNS Band offioars Canyon High School Band officers for the 1986-87 school year are (front, from left) Heather Way, treasurer; Curtis Shane, vice president; Karen Arthur, president and flag captain; Kristee Wunderlich, secretary and feature twirler; Stephanie Sheffield, senior representative and feature twirler; and Cammie Ikels, first lieutenant of flag corps and librarian. In the middle row are David Gyure, drum major, Michelle Nolta, drum major; Angie DeLa Fuente, rifle captain; and Lisa Ball, sophomore representative. In the back row are Randy Vetter, freshman representative; Michael Haecker, sophomore representative; and Dean Fischbeck, senior representative. CISD Six-week grading period ends, parents urged to check scores The fourth six-week grading period of the 1988-87 school year in the Comal ISD ends Friday. Reports cards will be issued five working days later, on March 6. ‘All parents are reminded that any grade below a 70 is a failing grade and if the student receives poor grades, parents are encouraged to communicate with the student’s teacher,” said Carol Hall. ClSD's curriculum director. House Bill 72 requires that school districts send grades in the mall lf a student fails to return his or her signed report card, so parents are urged to sign report cards and return them to school as soon as possible. Remaining holidays in this school year include Spring Break March 9-13 and Good Friday April 17. The April holiday is also a designated Inclement weather make-up day. which means that school could be held that day if needed. However, at this time, CISD schools have not been closed any day this year for bad weather. Canyon Middle students aid Heart Association As a result of their “Jump Rope for Heart” program, students at Canyon Middle School pledged $3,100 to the American Heart Association this month. “Yours was not only the first Jump Rope for Heart program completed in Comal County, but the $3,800 pledged was one of the highest we have ever had.” said Dave Johnson, president of the Comal County Division of the Heart Association, to the students. He noted that their contribution will go towards research to find ways to prevent and cure heart diseases and it will also finance educational programs to help the American public know more about this No I killer and how to prevent it. CHS student takas first in araa competition Nancy Bargainer, a senior at Canyon High School, entered and won first place in the Area 111 Office Education Association competitive events Feb. 14 at Bastrop High School. She took first place in the Prepared Verbal Communication contest with her speech. “Professional Attire in the Office ” “Nancy’s first place title allows her to advance to state OEA competition March S to 7 in Houston. ” said Karsn Garland. CHS teacher and sponsor of the local club. Postar contest winners named Grand prize winners for the drug poster contest at Mountain Valley School are Jesse Woodward, elementary division, and Clayton Beebe from the middle school For their efforts, each was awarded a $10 prize from the Canyon Lake Lions Cub. Contests are continuing as part of the local drug awareness program, with competition in poetry, song and playwriting. Get an investment education without going to school. Edward D. Jones & Co. now offers the use of FREE videotapes for home viewing. They’re also great for club meetings, civic groups and adult education classes. Educational topics include: e Investment Ideas • Financial Planning • Economic Information Tb borrow your copy, stop by • STAN CUNNINGHAM 1000 N. Walnut N.B.N.B. Building North 629-0066 Edward D. Jones & Ca* Memtoei Hmm Mark Stock Eicnange. Inc Moms* tecum— t—»» Pun Auh Coto rom* Hwrald-Zeitung (USPS 377 800) Published Sunday morning, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co , I 186 S. Casten Ave., or P.O. | Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328 Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co at New Braunfels, Texas. DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIM WEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Office Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL MCCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANA OVERSTREET City Editor WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates (includes applicable sales tax) Carriar delivery in Comal, Guadaiupa, Hays, Blanco and kandali counties: three months, $10.19; six months, $19.02; one year, $34. Senior Citizens Discount (carriar delivery only): six mon tbs, $15.13; on# year, $28.69. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Taxes: three months, $19.13; six months, $34; on# year, $63.7$. Akan outside Taxes: six months, $42; on* year, $70. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, or by 7:20 a.m. Sunday, call 625-9144 or 651-1900 by 7 p.m. and ll a.m., respective •y- Postmaster: Sand address changes to P.O. Drawer 31132$/ Now Braunfels, Texas 7*131132$. 1 NBISD NBHS lends helping hand to college-bound students A class to prepare students to take college-entranee tests will be offered at New Braunfels High School, beginning Tuesday. New Braunfels ISD Community Education is sponsoring the program. The ongoing class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays at two different times: 7-7:45 a m and 3-3:45 p m. It is free to NBHS students. The course, taught by NBHS teacher Bonnie Leitch, will cover math and English which will be tested on the SAT and ACT exams. Middle schoolers top reading club goals Eighteen New Braunfels Middle School sixth grade students have reached their goal in that school's IOO Hour Reading Club. The eighteen students who have completed their first IOO hours and are starting on their second IOO hours are: Karen Kalich, Sarah Campos, Michelle Moreno. Gilbert Gonzales. Chad Keys, Kristen Dalrymple, Audrey Allen, Jessica Burtch, Joleen Evans, Ava Kneuper, Dawn Maldenado. Kathryn Kawazoe, Keeley Kolacek, Melanie Pankau, Monique Haupert, Courtney Blackwell, Carrie Friesenhahn and Darshan Taylor Students who participate must read IOO hours by the end of the year The hours must be documented by a parent or other adult. Students who have read 75 hours or more are Kerry Cogdell, Kim Rapstine. Marcia Bi rd well. Jennifer Roe. Julie McIntyre, Barnaby Padilla, Donald Reynolds, Erin Perkins, Jennifer Kiolbassa. Kerry Seidel. Heather Korb. Amy Cook. David Schaefer. Amanda Rayburn. Kim Simon. Robin Sorensen. John Nicholson. David Compton. Karen Haass. Donna Rodriguez, Monica Balm. Linda Ann Acevedo, Carla Tuch and Sam Heffel The group is coordinated by Myra Lee Goff and Georgia Brooks Unicorns in Action take story to police New Braunfels High School’s Unicorns in Action sponsors and members will make a presentation Tuesday at a training seminar for Texas police officers who specialize in juvenile problems. The seminar, which will last a week, will be at the Holiday Inn. Sponsors Barbara Doep-penschmtdt, Susan Bell, Bob Baker and Patsy Vann, as well as several students who are members of the group's executive board, will be speaking on “Students Helping Students to Just Say No to Drugs and Alcohol.’’ The purpose of the presentation “is to help make police officers more aware of the programs being instituted on drug and alcohol abuse prevention for students,” Doep-penschmidt said. The in-service training for policemen is offered through the Criminal Justice Department of Southwest Texas State University. Eilene Cook Is the training specialist. Lone Star students dine with principal Twenty students at Lone Star Primary School participated In an honors luncheon Feb. 5. These students dined with principal Evelyn Farmer at a special table on the cafeteria’s stage These students were chosen by their teacher. The purpose of this program is to boost students’ morale and self-concept, as well as give the students a chance to visit with the principal. Students who participated In this luncheon were:    Travis    Hinman. Javier Ybarra, Raymond Matamoras, Adnane Juarez. Antonio Garcia, Joey Frank, Jimmy Olson, Kara Moffett, Dana Villareal, Rachel Zavala, Jeremy Remmier, Meghann Smelser. Billy Nickerson, Erica Weitman, Neil Rosales. Amber Met zger, Tanya Flores, Tamara Mayfield and Chris Diaz. New community classes set for this month Three special classes have been scheduled to begin in February and March by the New Braunfels ISD Community Education. Basic CPR will be offered from 6-10 p.m. Feb. 26 and from 8-9 p.m. March 3 and 5. The class also will meet at McKenna Memorial Hospital and will cost $15. CPR for Recertification will be offered from 6-10 p.m. Feb. 26. The class will meet at McKenna Memorial Hospital and will cost $7. Participants should have had Basic CPR twice before taking this dam. Oil Painting for Senior Citizens will begin March 2. The class will meet from 1-3 p.m. at Eden Heights. The cost will be $20. These classes were not published In the wlnter-spring brochure. To register, please call 620-6200. Stipnieks serves on panel setting tests questions Anita Stipnieks. NBISD director of secondary education, has been nominated to serve on the Content Validation and Standard Setting Panel for the Examination for the Certification of Educators in Texas Program. The Content Validation and Standard Setting Conference will be held in Austin March 4-5. The purpose of this meeting is to review test questions for this program to verify that they are accurate, free from bias and reflective of Texas curriculum as it is taught and understood in the state. 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