New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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Thursday, May 2, 1991
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DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher
LONE' BEASLEY Advertising Director
CAROL ANN AVERY arctation Manager
GUS ELBEL oom Foreman
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Postmaster: Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328.Webber named CISD teacher of the year
William W. Webber, history and geography teacher at Smithson Valley Middle School, has been named the Comal Independent School District's “Teacher of-the-Year” for 1990-91. The announcement was made Monday night by CISD Board of Trustees President Lee Heels at the CISD’s annual employee recognition
A graduate of Southwest Texas State University with a bachelor of arts degree in political science,
Webber is in his third year on the SYMS campus. A native of Baytown, he teaches classes in sixth
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grade world history, seventh grade Texas history and geography at the Hill Country middle school.
“Will goes the extra mile to be creative with his students and to make learning enjoyable and memorable,” said Dr. Pat Hollis,principal atSVMS. “Will Webber is an asset to our Smithson Valley Middle School faculty.”
In announcing the district’s outstanding educator for 1990-91, Ikels said, “We have ten excellent teachers who have been honored on their campuses this year as teachers of-the-month. The teacher of-the-year selection committee had a tough job, but we feel they have selected a teacher who is very representative of the teaching excellence in Comal ISD.”
Webber has distinguished himself
this year by being selected to participate in a regional writing conference sponsored by Project Food, Land and People, which is a nationwide educational program concerning agriculture. He also serves as a facilitator for Project Wild. The educator said he believes that education is a community involvement process which works both ways, and that the community should be involved with education so that the child may become a productive member of that community.
Webber's wife, Malinda, is also a schoolteacher. In his spare time, he enjoys sailing and travel.
Webber was honored at the employee recognition banquet Monday, along with the nine other teachers of-the-month for the school year. They
were JoAnne McBrayer of Smithson Valley High School, George Arnold of Canyon High School, Sonja Krohn of Mountain Valley Elementary School, Alton Hanz of Canyon Middle School, Mindy Dickey of Bulverde Elementary School, Jean Cobb of Comal Elementary School, Charlotte Dunn of Frazier Elementary School, Tara Johnson of Bulverde Primary School and Jo Ann Bedford of Goodwin Primary School.
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Teen’s questions about sex need answers, not judgments
DEAR ABBY: I was pleased with your response to “Betty’s Confidante.” Sexually active teens need to know how dangerous sex can be, even when proper precautions are taken.
In Virginia, minors are entitled to information about birth control, pregnancy, prenatal care and sexually transmitted diseases without their parents’ consent or knowledge. Our health clinics and private physicians are required by law to respect a minor’s privacy with regard to these sensitive issues. I am an obstetri-cian-gynecologist, and anything told to me by a teen regarding sex may not be shared with a parent without the teen’s permission.
The best family situations I have seen are those in which love allows parents and teens to discuss sexual activity without fear of punishment. Although parents may not like the fact that a daughter or son is sexually active, being judgmental and punitive only alienates an adolescent and makes it that much harder to protect him or her from the many dangers of unprotected sex. Value judgments must be put aside.
I would encourage any parents or adolescents who have questions about the availability of health care for sexually related problems to call their local city or county health department.
God bless you, Abby. And God bless the children.
MATTHEW J. WERNER, M D., CULPEPER, VA. DEAR DR. WERNER: Thanks. I needed those kind, reassuring words. I came in for copious criticism for suggesting that teens who need answers for questions about sex should go to Planned Parenthood if they don’t feel comfortable asking their parents. Lucky are the people who live in Virginia, and the other states whose laws protect a minor’s right to privacy.
DEAR ABBY: Recently, my daughtejLand son-in-law announced they were going to be parents. They were both thrilled. Then a few weeks later, my daughter had a miscarriage and had to have a D and C. After the surgery, my daughter spent two days with me, and w hile she was here, she received flowers and cards addressed to both her and her husband.
After returning home, she called to thank me and my family for having included her husband’s name on the cards. She said it meant a great deal to him because, after all, he would have been the father, and he also suffered the loss of the baby. He had told her that many people had telephoned him at his home asking how his wife was and telling him how sorry they were about her loss — but no one mentioned his loss.
My purpose in writing is to remind people that when a woman loses a baby, the would-be father also mourns the loss.
HIS LOVING MOTHER-IN-LAW
DEAR M-I-L: Thanks for the sensitive and compassionate reminder.
Want your phone to ring? Get Abby’s booklet, “How to Be Popular" — for people of all ages. To order, send a long, business-size, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for 13.95 ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby, Popularity Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, 111. 61054. (Postage is included.)
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