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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 28, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas CISG photo by Don Curt Katie Welaka, Amy Slatier, and Matthew Gang (L-R), second grade students at Goodwin Primary School, get a lesson on the construction of a heart from Dr. Mark Slatier. Not pictured: Andrew Webb. Close examination of an animal heart was the interesting conclusion of a class unit on the heart. The Goodwin Primary School second grade students in Sandra Shelton's gifted and talented class received an up clote and personal explanation about how the heart worics. “The project began with Valentine's Day and concluded with the examination of an animal heart," Shelton said. The main focus was to study blood flow. Students studied the circulatory system, blood flow through the heart, learned lo identify the parts of the heart, and the difference between veins and arteries, according to Shelton. “We also talked about the influence that diet and exercise have upon the heart,” she said. “Students learned how to take their pulse, and measured their pulse rate after exercise and when at rest to understand the effect of exercise on the heart,” Shelton said. For the actual examination of the heart, the class called on an expert --Dr. Mark Staller, s New Braunfels pediatrician and father of Amy, one of the students in Shelton's class. “Why do we wear gloves?,” he ■titfd the students “Because you could catch something from the blood,” several students answered Slatier. “Part of the learning experience was to perform the examination under ‘hospital’ conditions. So students wore hospital clothing, rubber gloves, and the examination was performed under ’sterile' conditions,” Shelton said. Students learned that the heart is a very strong muscle. “To demonstrate the strength and stamina of the heart, students squeezed a rubber ball in their hand. It wasn't easy,” she said. Evan Shimtk (teated), fourth grade student, was crowned Bulverde Elementary School's chest champion after spirited competition. Jason Conetanzo won second place. Sherry Metzger, BES gifted and talented teacher, taught each fourth grade clast how to play cheat. Clast champions challenged each other for the school championship. Cheat is a teaching tool used in many of the nation’s largest public school districts. Chese strengthens students’ reasoning, logic and problem-solving abilities, while improving memory and concentration, according to Metzger. OSO photo by DonCMrt CISD photo by Don Clart The 1996-97Canyon Middle School Choir Officers proudly display their newly won UIL Sweepstakes Award for I Division ratings in UIL concert and sightreading competition, (L R) are, seated. Casey Whipple. Secretary; Regan Harris, Ltorarian; Nadine Jaloway, Historian; standing, Alexandra Stanley, President; Andrea Campos, Historian; Claire Lindley, Ltorarian; Leslie Quintanilla, Librarian; and Sasha Butkley, Ubrarian. The Canyon Middle School choir brought home the prestigious Sweepstakes Award from UIL competition. To achieve this honor, choir members received a First Division rating in both sightreading and concert from the judges. Members of the CMS choir include Salina Ali, Andrea Alvarado, Sydni Anderson, Elizabeth Bender, Sasha Bulkley, Andrea Campos, Jennifer Carroll, Becky Grabill, and Quinnctta Crayton. Amy Destefano, Jennifer Rink, Jodee Gibson, Laura Gonzales, Regan Harris, Leanna Hartley, Nadine Jaloway, Megan James, Nichole Koehler, Shanda Lee, Claire Lindley, Jennifer Liu. Melissa Maikgraf, Briana McDonald, Tabitha Shimek is Bulverde Elementary chess champion Patrons file for May 3 Board of Trustees election Comal Independent School District patrons will fill three seats on the Board of Trustees in a regularly scheduled May 3 trustee election. Early voting begins April 14 and continues until April 29. The school district is divided into seven geographical districts and each is represented by its own member on the Board of Trustees. Patrons will elect trustees in single member districts (SMD) one, two, and five. Only patrons in these three districts will vote in this election. Currently, Dan K. Krueger, Board President, represents SMD 2; Lee Orels, Board Vice-President, represents SMD I; and Trustee Deraid LaRue represents SMD 3. The following are the candidates for the May 1997 trustee election: DiMrkl I; Lee Ikels, 247 Meadow Drive, New Braunfels; Mcckcl, Elizabeth Medrano, and Cilicia Nunc/.. Michelle Parsons, Susan Pfau, Hoa Phan, Raye Phillips. Leslie Quintanilla, Laurie Rcch, Angelica Rios, Julie Schlameus, Missy Shockley, Karina Snyder, Lcxi Stanley, Priscilla Sweeten, Evelyn Tcneyuquc, Amanda Walters, and Casey Whipple. Dora Gonzales, 246 Alves Lane, New Braunfels; District 2; Dan K. Krueger. 1848 Crystal Springs Bend, New Braunfels; District 5 Bill Burnam, 7002 Portsmouth Drive, Spring Branch; Calvin Kempin, IOO Sun Valley Drive, Spring Branch; Lester W. Jonas, 1173 Bulverde Road, Bulverde. Patrons can determine which single member district they live in by looking at the school district number located on their voter registration card. The following arc brief descriptions of single member districts I, 2, and 3: District I is located in lite New Braunfels area and includes streets east of Mission Valley Textiles; Rhine Terrace; Summcrwood, and the Rivercrest area south of Com mon Street and River Acres Drive. District I is bordered by the Hays County line. Purgatory Road, FM 306, and the Guadalupe River to the Comal/Guadalupe County line and includes Guadalupe County, both sides of Highway 46. north of the Guadalupe River; Hunter Road; Royal Forest; the Rivercrest area north of Common Street and River Acres Drive, and Hoffmann Lane. District S is bordered by the Kendall County line, U.S. 281, FM 2673, and the Cibolo Creek and includes Smithson Valley north of FM 3159; Bulverde west of U.S. 281 and north of Cranes Mill Road, The Woods at Spring Branch, and the CISD portion of Kendall County. Each of the seven members of the CISD Board of Trustees are elected for a three year term.CISD Goodwin second grade students get up close and personal with the heart Herald-Zeitung O Friday, March 28. 1997 Cl 5A CMS Choir wins coveted UIL Sweepstakes Award s»)| (Yid I Ii ll. I -A i *a r 1. 1111 ■ iii i • i n \ America's I J II11 I I ii MI Is Ii Ii' \ •'■'M .11 ire Cellular Retailer A*349” Value! Ultra-slim mini—fits in your shirt pocket! 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