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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas _Education NBISD Thurs., March 20 Carl Schurz Elementary fourth graders Invite parents and grandparents to lunch. • Carl Schurz Elementary hosts a FTA meeting featuring the election of officers, an open house and a Student Project Fair. The meeting begins at 7 pm Kite Day at Memorial and Lone Star primary schools Spring Break for NBISD students and staff This school day will be used to makeup for Monday, Jan. 13, which was cancelled due to hazardous weather. Study Session of the School Board, 7 pm on the second floor of The Education Center End of Fifth Six-Week Gracing Period Student/Staff Holiday (2nd bad weather makeup day) Student Holiday/Staff Development Day Preregistration for 1997-98 Kindergartners at Lamar and Memorial primaries. Frl, March 21 March 24-28 Mon., March 31 Tues., April I FrLAprtf 11 Fit, April 18 Mon., April 21 Thurs., April 2M For NBISD Info D Dally Loach Mena, Call the Bottine, 620-6200 S:S© pjn.*8 turn. Weekdays ft* 24 Boun a Day Weekends ML The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitunq provides the Education pope to deal public achoo!districts Nev, Braunfels Independent School District s paqe is published en Thmadm, s and a comp/,od bi NBISD Administrative Assistant for Public Information Leslie t\ ro s.. bm t r'ormaf on or for dues bons please call620-6200 NBISD atm es to seep patrons informed about a att ut et on ta and dates student and staff achievements and other N Bl SD nee. s Help ai your fingertiDH We have the answers to all your concerns about living with neuromuscular disease Getting help couldn't be easier. Our lifeline is toll-free. Oft MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION THI voce or non 1-800-572-1717 Aren’t birthdays pubic Information? Happy 50th to Don Clark! NEW HORIZONS ARE Tinwir\ flJblUtf* e • NOW THROUGH SUNDAY IN THE New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Working to be an indispensable part of your day. NBISD photo by LESLIE KRIEWALDT The best of the best NBISD photo by LESLIE KRIEWALDT New Braunfels ISO has many caring, dedicated teachers who devote their time and talents to students. Among the district’s beat ara the above educators. Last fall, the school board recognized an Outstanding Elementary and Secondary Teacher of the Year and four finalists. Left to right they are Melissa Garffer and Vicky Krejci, elementary finalists both from Carl Schurz; Will Webber, a secondary finalist from OakRun School; Carolyn Wallock, Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year from Memorial Elementary; and Kimberly Hoyt, Outstanding Secondary Teacher of the Year from New Braunfels Middle School. Not shown Is Lisa Jaroszewski, a secondary finalist from New Braunfels High School. At Tuesday’s board meeting, Krejci was honored for winning the 1997 “Help One Student To Succeed" national math teacher award earlier this month Wanted: Kite-flying NBISD photo by LESLIE KRIEWALDT A camp with great potential for fun and learning The Children’s Association for Maximum Potential, CAMP, will have a few visitors from New Braunfels ISD this weeksnd. Ten students, five from New Braunfels Middle School and five from New Braunfels High School, will attend C.A.M.P. The nonprofit corporation offers a wide rang# of recreational, rehabilitative and respite services for children with developmental disabilities and their families. Activities include archery, canoeing, horseback riding, crafts and field sports. Hochheim Prairie Farm Mutual Insurance donated $700 to enable 10 students to attend C.A.M.P. Above, Peaches Kelly, president of the board of directors for Hochheim Prairie, hands a check to NBMS Life Skills teacher Nancy Edelen. Behind them eland some of Edoien’s students, some of whom will be at the camp. They are, left to right, Crystal Manchaca, Maria Camas, Armando Dominguez and Michelle Rodriguez. This Friday is Kite Day st both Memorial Primary and Lone Star Primary. Memorial PE teacher Jim McCabe end Lone Star PE teacher Casey Sault have organized a fun activity for youngsters, parents and friends. Both will have kite first aid booths set up to handle tears, tangles end other hazards of kits flying. Memorial students will stay on the school grounds, while Lone Star youngsters will take advantage of nearby Eikel Park. Fire, emergency and police personnel have volunteered to help the young kite enthusiasts across the street and with the finer points of keeping kites aloft. With luck, they will have the asms nice weather they had last year, when this photo was taken of Rachel Garza helping Jordan Bookout and Cattle Rueeell et Memorial. weather Now Braunfels ISO Calendar of Events ;