New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Tending “hoe cakes," a kind of cornbread fritter, cooking over an open fire at Memorial Elementary School is a New Braunfels firefighter. The cakes, topped with homemade butter, were a special treat of recent Pioneer Days activities at the school. Arts and crafts ranging from making cornshuck dolls and stenciling to roping, branding and square dancing. (Photo by Erik Karlsson)
Herald Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, May 2, 1991 Page 5Kindergarten, pre-kindergarten registration set for CI SD schools
Registration for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students who wit attend the Comal Independent School District in September will be conducta on all campuses during May.
Schools will register five year-olds for kindergarten and four year-olds who qualify for pre-kindergarten according to the following schedule:
Bulverde Primary School:
Last name begins with A-O, May 7, 1:30 to 2:45 p.m.
Last name begins with P-Z, May 8,1:30 td 2:45 p.m.
All students, May 8, 5 to 7 p.m.
Goodwin Primary School:
Last names begins with A-L, May 7 at 1:30 p.m.
Last name begins with M-Z, May 8 at 1:30 p.m.
Pre-kindergarten, all students, May 9 at 1:30 p.m.
Comal Elementary School:
All students, May 14 and 15,1 to 3 p.m.
Mountain Valley Elementary School:
Last name begins with A-F, May 6, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Last name begins with G-L, May 7, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Last name begins with M-R, May 8,12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Last name begins with S-Z, May 9,12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Bill Brown Elementary School:
All students register at one of the above schools nearest their place oC residence. An announcement of new attendance zones will be made at a later date.
All children who will be five years old on or before Sept. I, 1991, are . eligible to enter kindergarten. The pre-kindergarten program is available for economically disadvantaged four year-olds and those with limited English-speaking skills. Proof of income is required lo meet economically disadvantaged criteria.
Parents should bring children along for readiness testing at registration. To register a student, parents must provide a birth certificate, immunization record. Social Security number, and proof of residency in the Comal Indepen-i dent School District Proof of residency may be shown by bringing a lease deed, utility bill, or homestead exemption statement.
For more information, contact Carol Hall, assistant superintendent for curriculum, at 625-8081 or 885-7674.
New Braunfels Middle School honor roll listed
The following New Braunfels Middle School students were recognized for their outstanding grades at a recognition breakfast A mil 26. They were named to the honor roll lot the fifth six-week grading period.
Distinguished: Kara Bedwell, Tiffany Bodemann, Sarah Botte, Alison Bruemmer, Rochelle Colvin, Ashley Dcmasco, Ellen Engler, Michael Gonzales, Amy Grunwald, Sally Kennedy, Karen Kneuper, Melissa Martinez, Jana Neff, John Ramirez, Lindsey Reese, Rosalinda Rosales, Barbara Ruppel, Shawn Snider, Amanda Stevenson, Julie Taylor, Traci Tuch, Allison Vann, Lana Walker and Shanna Webster.
Honor: Doralisa Alvarado, Christopher Baker, Danika Blevins, Matthew Bunch, Martha Chapa, Bobbin Constance, David Dicrkscn, Amy Flores, Albert Guzenski, Kourtney Hanz, Kristie Holt, Brenda Kla-bunde, Suzanne Kneuper, Jerry Martinez, Tanya Oehler, Chris Pace, Sandra Sanchez, Courtney Toth and Patricia Yanez.
Distinguished: Misty Boenig, Kelly Clark, Andrea Giesick, Whitney Hermes, Klint Kingsbury, Misti Klein, Shawn Lindsey, Carissa Mabe, Lorie Ramirez, Adham Saad and Anna Vargas.
Honor: Laura Blais, Brandi Chapman, Michael Doherty, Kelly
Garza, Gaston Haupert, Melissa Jimenez, Kyle Kolacck, Kristi Linde -man, Shannon Millett, John Molina, Sarah Moschcau Amy Perez Joey Pharo, Stephen Rodriguez, Clifton Steagall, Amber Wenzel, Jason Wyatt and Cheryl Zeigler.
Distinguished: Jason Albrecht, Rebecca Allen. Thomas Anderson, Travis Baker, Brittney Beeson, Laura Bissett, Mireya Blankmcyer, Rozanne Blue, Dillon Buhl, Luke Burke, Leigh Cantu, Ramon Chapa, Allison Dietcrt, Jinny Edwards, Suzanne Fischer, Jonathan Flavin, Laura Flournoy, Jason Friesenhahn, Zae Garrott, Andy Holunan, Wendy Holtz, Diana Kalich, David Kneuper,
Student testifies during field trip
Dawn Knudson, Kelly Kocgle, Allison Kraft, Shana Kraft,Christina McCarty, Charmaine Moczygemba, Carly Mulhollan, Kyle Pillsbury, Merritt Rcncau, Jeffrey Schultz, Leslie Scott, David Simmonds, Brooke Smith, Amber Toedtman, Yvonne Vasquez, Leigh Velasquez, Roman Villarreal and Lisa Wyatt.
Honor: Christina Barlow, Shelley Brede water, Carlos Carrasco, Christy Faulkner, Janina Garza, Natalie Goff, Adrian Gonzales, Monica Guerrero, Kcli Guzenski, Jennifer Hampel, Liza Harkins, Amber Henry, Jennifer Hovelson, Bradley Howell, Katii Hudgins, Gabriela Kcjncr, Alex Krait, Susan Leifestc, Sherry Mat-ney, Sandra Maya, Monica Mendoza, Andrea Mitts, Stacy Mitchan, Alccsa Moore, Tracey Norris, Leslie Opper-
man, Donny Parker, Gabriel Perez, Stacey Riding, Debra Schmidt, Kimberly Schneider, Joanna Schultz, Phillip Schulze, Jenny Seibcrs, Cate Spain, Amy Elizabeth Stauffer, Gavin Tucker, Leann Voges, Joshua Whitley, Renee Ione Williams and Robin Williams.
Rose Schulz is a member of the Comal County Chapter of the Red Cross. We apologize for the misspelling.
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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A high school government class field trip to attend a criminal trial took a surprise turn when a student recognized a woman in court and took the witness stand to challenge her credibility.
“It was really weird,” Melissa McElroy, an 18-year-old senior at Lackland High School, said after testifying Wednesday.
The 26-studcni class was attending a jury trial before 290th District Judge Sharon MacRae in which a man is charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child. The students picked the trial at random to attend at the Bexar County Courthouse.
Ms. McElroy, who is not involved in the case, recognized the alleged victim’s mother as someone she had worked with at a fast-food restaurant earlier this year, said teacher David Merrell.
When the mother testified she had not worked since 1985, it struck the student the wrong way. And when the woman testified she had not seen a key witness for quite some time, Ms. McElroy said the key witness had worked with the mother at the fast-food restaurant.
“Melissa was angry about it and she said “what should I do?’ I told her it was a moral dilemma for her and she’d have to decide what to do,"
Merrell said. “I think she was just compelled to do what was right.” Defense attorney Emil Holincr
said: “It’s the most bizarre thing I’ve ever seen. I don’t know how to convey the surprise of it all.”
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