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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 1, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas FAUX, FINISHAT SHERWIN-WILLIAMS! Saturday, June 3rd 10:00am-11:00am Our experts will demonstrate the newest and most popular effects in decorating: •Sponging ‘Rag Rolling NEW BRAUNFELS I rn la rn WI lill^iVIII hmm Im 364 Landa Plaza ODA CTC QCCO ojU-OZj-oDDo The Herald-Zeitung offers an “Education” page to local public school districts. New Braunfels Independent School District’s page is compiled by its public information office. To submit information or for questions, call 620-6200. NBISD photo New Braunfels High School sophomore Chrissy Laubach received the Grand Champion Wether Jr. Market Goat award during the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. She is pictured with FFA sppnsor Ronnie Wunderlich,EducationAround the District Ask How. Ask Now. Ask Sherwin-Williams.™ visit us at Not responsible for typographical or artwork error! 0 2000 The Sherwin Williams Company Call today to reserve a space for you and a friend. NBISD photo The New Braunfels Chapter of the Texas Retired Teachers Association collected more than 300 books during the statewide Children’s Book Drive. The books were presented to the New Braunfels ISD’s HOSTS program. The purpose of the drive was to place a book in the hands of a child who otherwise might not have a book to read during the summer. The local drive committee was: Anita Stipnieks (chair), Nancy Bingham, Ann Daenert, Annette Fuqua, Holly Guenther, Virginia Hansard, Barbara Miller, Susan Ott, Connie Strate and Sue Whittenborn. President of the organization is Dr. Charlotte Dunn. NBISD photo The New Braunfels ISD Board of Trustees honored teachers selected to represent their campuses as teachers of the year for 2000-2001. Front row from left are Superintendent Dr. Ron Reaves, Mary Skidmore of OakRun Sixth Grade Center, Cindy Wilkins of Memorial Elementary, DianaCashion of Memorial Intermediate, Sherry Forester of Lone Star Primary, Georgia Brooks of New Braunfels Middle School and board President Bill Biggadike. Back row: Beverly Turman of Memorial Primary, Melissa Garffer of Carl Schurz Elementary, Rebecca Augustin of Seele Elementary and Alison Malik of New Braunfels High School. These teachers are considered finalists in the district’s teacher of the year award contest. NBISD photo These Carl Schurz Elementary students recently placed in the Reflections contest “Anything is Possible,” sponsored by the New Braunfels ISD Council of PTAs. Front row from left are Kayla Lee and Max Peterson. Back row from left are Calynn Zientek, Aubrey Werner and Amanda Joseph. NBISD photo These Seele Elementary students recently placed in the Reflections contest “Anything is Possible,” sponsored by the New Braunfels ISD Council of PTAs. Front row from left are Tyler Guinn, Casey Gleason, and Shan McDonell. Back Row: Seth Bynum, Rusty Turpin, Bryan Forester, Principal Chs Vasquez, Brett Finley, Erica Ingram, Samantha Lara and Francesca Hernandez. NBISD photo Senior Nicole Cornevin recently received first place in the high school division in the 18th annual poetry contest, sponsored by the New Braunfels Arts Council. She won for her poem “Crystalline Delerium.” She will graduate from the New Braunfels ISD School of Choice Friday at New Braunfels High School. NBISD photo After reading the book “Flat Stanley” by Jeff Brown, a fifth grade class at Carl Schurz Elementary began their own adventure. The story is about a young boy who is flattened by a bulletin board and then experiencees all sorts of adventures due to his flattened condition. The book inspired fifth graders to create their own “Stanleys” to visit area schools and national parks in each region of the United States. They visited another school in New York and accompanied students on a field trip to Natural Bridge Caverns. Most recently, Stanely attended the prom and the high school. Fifth grader Krystle Morales shows off her Flat Stanley with students at New Bruanfels High School. See more about “Stanley” on the NBISD home page: ;