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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas MIHM’ UHUH I* "MUH Ul«J HW MUMM UM Iii HH >:HUU I IMHiiMMHHMI.l MMMIHMH UMH HMi:i>: MMIIHIi !!•:>: um.immwm mum"in:]:*! M ' I'J MMIilM (TIMMMUI ■ (MUM HMl'JI.lM I'llllilM Wi:iM>:H UMMH ’ MUM i:iMHH>\7.M IJI >1M MI IM!*] MHM "Mil Ut I \ HH Mil M MUI MftllMUM .vhiiiim!.]i:i>:i;]i:! ’ i»j T ii M MUI MU MUI HW WU! MUI III MM Ut ll MU WM k'JML'IM A DOWNWARD PRICE CRASH!! OUR PRICES KEEP COING LOWER AND LOWER UMAUfJTt X UH J 111 IMO VJ Sun Antonio $1 OO ALL SHOWS $1 OO A number of New Braunfels High School and Canyon High School stu-dents recently ptiticipsted in t leadership program offered through the National Hispanic Institaie. Choosing to challenge themselves md others to live iv to their potential, the students poiticipNed rn the Your Leaded Conference and Great Debate. The IO local teens attended the Texas Young Leaders Conference/Great Debate June 3-5. Competing against many other area studeras, Adrian Gonzales, son of Jose and Amalia Gonzales, was named the Youth Leader of the Year, while Gabriel Perez, son of Ramon and Sash Perez; and Jesse Hinqjoaa, son of Jeare and Rosa Hinojosa; earned “Spirit of Central Texas” awards. Kelly Garza, son of Peter and Joozmie Garza; and SergjoVaigu, son of Joad and Yolanda Vargas; were the recipients of the “Young Civic Leader Award.” Other NBHS students participating were Melissa Colden, daunter ofGuiUermo and hfinfe Cordero; Feliciana Flores, daughter of Ignacio and Rebecs Flores; and Joseph Garcia, son of Margarita and Linda Garcia. Kelly Garza and Sergio Vaigas served as junior counselors who advised the students and helped them prepare for the contest. Competing from Canyon High School were Christine Herrera, daughter of Anthony and Jill Herrera; Usa Pana, daughter of Alicia Pana; Roger Rodriguez, son of Johnnie and Mary Aim Rodriguez; and Leilani Welshing, daughter of Blake and Ana Weissling. Serving as junior counselors from CHS were Angela Cantu, daughter of Jaime and Gloria Cantu:, and Maui Weissling, daughter of Blake and Ana Weissling. The freshmen were among almost 400 Texas students selected to attend the conference. Applicants met strin- ft>r students new to the middle —a a SCMXX. OtkRun School sixth graders register Aug. 84 from 8 a.m.-3:30 pm SMM* pick up their packets on the 8th and return them on the 9th. Students will be able lo tour the building and frmiUarize themselves with their lockers. Sixth giadeis and their parents tie invited to sn orientation on Aug. 9 at 7 p m. in the OakRun cafeteria Registration for all prekinder-gtetnen is Aug. 5 at Lamar Primary School and Memorial Primary School from 8 am-4 p.m. Parents are asked to bring their child’s birth ccm’fie Ne, proof of residency (such ae t utility WIX immunization record and social security number. If your dildoes not yet have a social security number, appiiciiions forms will be available. The anne day, Aug. 5, marks the day for elementary registration. From 8 im-4 pm, elementary and primary campus staffs will register kindergarten through fifth-grade youngsters who are new to NBISP or have moved within the district to a different attendance area. Students advancing from one school lo another within the same attendance area will have their records automatically transferred to their new campus and do not need to register. Students have their first holiday Monday, September S for Labor Day, followed by a holiday Friday, Sept 23 for Comal County Fair Day. An early release is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 30. Elementary parents conferences will be held in the afternoon while secondary teachers attend staff development sessions. ; ttudms in glades 10-12 will belute 6 pjn. In Rooms B-13,15 and 17. The serekn for freshmen will be iield at 7 p.m. In the NBHS Gym. The adminstration strongly encour-ages parents to attend the orientations. ‘ New Braunfels Mjddte School youngsters pick iv their registration packets August 8 from 8 am-3:30 1 p.m. Registration will be held ’August 9-10 from 8 tm-3 pm. at the middte school office. . * Eighth graders register on the 9th •Seventh graders register on the 40*. J. • Mickfle school students new to NBISD register on the ninth. An orientation for new undents and their •parents is Aug. IOU 7 pm. Orientation tours will also be 'conducted thrrw»ghfit registration Award winning NHY! students anti thalr parents wars recognized aft a recant school hoard maattngre gent academic standards, as well as    in a leadership training series in San    executive Committee to assist with show an active interest in Hispanic    Marcos under the gutdmoe of college-    fundraising, selecting parent chaper- community affairs. The program    age trainers and senior NHI staff. The    ones » attend the (teat Debate and included a weekend leadership series    curriculum bound the youngsters    orgEnfateg a community college retails- on marketing and communications,    together, provided skill enhancing    lions project followed by four student rehearsals    opportunities and explained the steps    Parcels must also develop a cui- cooducted locally. The program con-    necessary for the Grett Debtee. Stu-    tural/hislorical committee to create 1 eluded with a statewide competition,    dens select from several categories of    pictorial exhibit on local Hispanics the Great Debate, at Austin College in    debate competition arch as Mock Tri-    who, through civic sfftiit, have rig- Sherman.    a1, Persuasive Communications or    tefiauxty impacted the quality of life in The program makes an eight-yesr    Cross Examination.    the Hispanic community. This year’s commitment to the students selected At the same time, the students’ par-    group Of parents won first plaoe in this and continues to provide training    eras formed & Patent Leadership Court-    category, throughout their high school careers, cit to help with the planning and Other duties included guiling the NHI also assists the students develop administration of the Texas Young support of local businemes and col-resuntes and prepare college entrance    Leaders Conference. The duties and    leges in the Texas-Leadenhip Confer- and scholarship applications.    responsibilities of the Parent Leader-    ence for next year and assisting in itu- The above freshmen participated    ship Councils included developing sn    dent rehearsals for the debtee. CISD registration gets under way Aug. I Canyon High School students will from 8 a.m. 10 noon; those with late Students desiring a parking permit bqpn etas registration on Aug. l.lden- nines from M-Z will Register from Ho mute show their driver’s licence and tification pictures of all students will be 5pm Freteimen will also have pictures proof of mammee. The pwfchR permit taken during registration and cote S2. taken and receives short school orien- fee is S3 and must be paid during reg-Students will receive their 1994-95 ration.    istration. class schedules after they complete the registration process. Seniors will register and have pictures taken according to the time schedule sent by photographers. Juniors Drill register and have preform taken cm Air. 2 between 8 am. and42noon. Sophomores will complete registration and pictures Aug. 2 between I and 5 pm. Freshmen with late names beginning with letter A-L register Aug. 3 Two CISD students headed to national leadership conference Correction . TODAY'S American neon Association Keep Up With What's News in New Braunfels. Read the Herald-Zeitung The June 8 Herald-Zeitung was 18 pages, quits a bit smaller than jome of the lazge metropolitan dailies available here. But the Herald-Zeitung had 68 local stories and A Page I story in the Sunday, July 24 Herald-Zeitung on a fire at a Clear Springs home contained incorrect information. Chet and Charles Hadlock, brothers sentenced last week to probation and restitution for organized crime activities never lived in the home that burned, as was reported in the article Sunday. The Herald-Zeitung regrets the errors. 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