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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 7, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Education I Pictured are several of the CISD employees retiring at the end of this school year (L R) front row, Mary Whalin, Margie Schultz, Bettie Peinemann, Nancy Iragorri, Mary Lou Knox; back row, Roberta Gibbs, Leneta Watson, Sylvia Erben, and Mike Peinemann. CISD employees were honored at the district's annual awards'banquet. Dr. Jerry Major, Superintendent, praised the employees for their dedication to education and to all of the students. The following employees were recognized: Retirees GPS: Laneta Watson (district yrs. 31, total yrs. 31), Sylvia Erben (district yrs. 15, total yrs. 15); FES: Mary Whalin (district yrs. 21, total yrs. 29), Margie Schultz (district yrs. 27, total yrs. 28), Reyes Caballero (district yrs. 15, total yrs. 15); BBES: Roberta Gibbs (district yrs. 20, total yrs. 28), Opal Eoff (district yis. 24, total yrs. 24); CHS/CMS: Mike Peinemann (district yrs. 14, total yrs. 30), Bettie Peinemann (district yrs. 12, total yrs. 33); SVMS: Geraldine Pirtle (district yrs. 8, total yrs. 21); SVHS: Nancy Iragoni (district yrs. 15, total yrs. 15), Mary Lou Knox (district yrs. ll, total yrs. 35) Sendee Pins 40-Years: FES: Evelyn Maxine Gordon 30-Years: BES: Marian Neugebauer; CMS: Joyce Guenther. 25-Years: FES: Robert Boehle; SVMS: Sudie Barker. 20-Years: BES: Gay Morgan; GPS: Lillie Braune; CES: Nancy Rosser; BBES: Roberta Gibbs; CMS: Carol Bruemmer, Priscilla Koehler. 15-Years: BES: Elizabeth Klar; GPS: Sylvia Erben, Deborah Geng, Glynda Spears, Sarah Schandua; FES: Reyes Caballero; CES: Pamela Miller; MVES: Janet Reeves, Margaret Speck; BBES: Emma Schmidt, Sue Tuttle; CMS: Rebecca Hendricks, Kay Smock; CHS: Pearl ie Moehrig, Mike Reimer, Kathleen Simmons; SVMS: Alice Dupree, Judith Mints; SVHS: Louise Davidson, Nancy Iragorri, Ann Rider; CO: Nancee Smith, Nancy Poe. 10-Years: BPS: Sally Hammack, Jerry Wehman; GPS: Linda Campos; FES: Florence Griffin; CES: Laura Cannon; MVES: LaVanna Brooks; BBES: KimFarlow; CMS: Margi Handrick, Suzanne Mebane, Rose Marie Moore; CHS: Kent Miller, Rebecca Parks, David Schlichling; SVHS: Keith Brown, Kathryn Dierksen, Bonnie Johnson, Thomas Petmccky, Larry Schwab; CO: Michael Henk, Brenda Kohn, Janice Vader. 5-Years BPS: Margaret Cline, Susan Dement; BES: Susan Heinz, Linda Swanson; GPS: Amy Bridges, Hope Monceaux, Susan Peteete, Sheliah Schneider, Sheryl Wersterfer; FES: Rachael Croom, Patricia Tucker, CES: Emma Alejos, Anna Bluntzer, Shawna Pooley, Daniel Sanchez; BBES: Jay me Cox, Beverly Domburg, Barbara Edwards, Brenda Fitzgerald, Roxy McGough;CMS: Harvey Haas, Cynthia Rotzler, Debbie Schultze, Maria Silva; CHS: Charles Adams, Daniel Bueno, Glynis Crow, Tina Duncan, Larry Nowotny, Allen Pooley, Kenneth Rotzler, Betty Row, Edward Strieker, Karen Warren, Kim Hall; SVMS: Valerie Felger-Cuming, Eloise Moss; SVHS: Stephen Darby, Perry Dean, Jesse Laurence, Bobbye Rawlinson, Sandra Risinger; CO: Gay Adams, Gerald Ennis, Eduardo Hector Nava. CISD photo by Don Clark Pictured (L R) are the members of tho SVHS UIL Academic Team, front row, Emily Bradford, Kristina Kinard, Molly Gildart, Monica Pilkinton, Rachel Hancock; second row, Chris Gardner, Wendy Pursch, Kelly French, Jessica Nix, Erie Neilsen, Andrew Kohlmeier, Scott Faust, Elisha Villastrigo, Stephanie Anthony. The Smithson Valley High School UIL Academic team brought home many significant awards from the district competition held al Hays High School. Those finishing first, second, or third advanced to UIL regional competition. Emily Bradford, First in Editorial, First in Feature, and Second in News Writing; Kristina Kinard, Fifth in Poetry; Molly Gildart, Second in Prose; Monica Pilkinton, Fourth in Lincoln Douglas Debate; Rachel Hancock, Sixth in Poetry; Wendy Pursch, Second in Persuasive Speaking; Kelly French, Third in Poetry; Jessica Nix, Third in Literary Criticism; Scott Faust, Sixth in Computer Applications; Elisha Villastrigo, Sixth in Literary Criticism; Stephanie Anthony, Fourth in Headline. The Literary Criticism Team of Jessica Nix, Elisha Villastrigo, and Erie Neilsen won the First Place gold medal. The Computer Science Team of Scott Faust, Andrew Kohlmeier, and Chris Gardner won Fourth place. The SVHS UIL Academic Team is coached by Trish Smith, Peggy Marceaux, Kristen Bielke, Mary Kappel, Harvey Kalich, and Ann Rider. Charlsie Hays is the SVHS UIL CoordinatorCMS receives video equipment from TCI Shown are (L R) Nancy Cobb, principal, Nell Clendenned, librarian, and TCI Cable representatives Bill Wilcox and Stacy Thompson. TCI donated a TV and video tape deck to CMS. The equipment is part of the school s plan to become a full technology school with satellite hookup to education channels, according to Cobb. CISD photo by Don Clark 13th in state, 167th in U.S. NBISD photo by LESLIE KRIEWALDT OakRun gazes at the stars In its first year, the OakRun School science club set a goal for the stars. The sixth graders may not be in outer space but they can see it With the telescope they purchased. Through fundraisers, the club members purchased an eight-inch Meade Star Finder telescope. Standing above with the telescope are science club members Nancy Saad, Alan Janzen, Michael Guenzel, Club Sponsor Richard Ramirez, Clay Janca, Drew Sollberger, Club Sponsor Deborah Bailey and Kristi Kirmse. Throughout the year, the club held stargazing parties and took field trips, such as a recent jaunt to a theme park. Fourteen New Braunfels Middle School students joined thousands of students in 50 states and 25 countries who competed April 19th in the 24th Knowledge Master Open academic competition. Middle school, junior high and high school students at almost 3,8(X) schools faced their computers and 200 tough questions to vie for top scores based on the speed and accuracy of their answers. The team from New Braunfels Middle School was both fast and fact-filled, scoring 1,470 of 2,(KH) possible points. This placed them 13th overall in the state of Texas and I67lh out of 1,291 in the nation. Pooling their knowledge for their competition were Alex Jones, Katie O'Neal, Sarah Ritchie, Joy Sanders, Ruby Truesdell, Chris Simmons, David Brandt, Angela Saad, Erin Hannan, Charlie Baker, Sarah Damarodas, Meredith Peters, Lauren Gaskamp and Andy Krait. Academic coach Suzanne Winters said the team has shown the most focused performance of the past three years. The Knowledge Master Open was NBISD photo by LESLIE KRIEWALDT Members of the New Braunfels Middle School Knowledge Masters team are, seated left to right, Charlie Baker, Meredith Peters, Sarah Damarodas and Angela Saad. Standing behind them are Sarah Ritchie, Alex Jones, Lauren Gaskamp, David Brandt and Katie O’Neal. designed to stimulate enthusiasm for learning and recognition for academic accomplishment. The contest runs on classroom com puters to allow all students the opportunity lo compete in a large academic event without the expense of traveling to a central site. Results of the contest are tabulated into overall, state and enrollment-sizc rankings by Academic Hallmarks, a publishing finn that hosts the event. May is filled with music, awards and graduations For NBISD Info * Daily Lunch Menu®, Cull the NBISD Hotline - €>20-6*00 5:30 am Weekdays, 24 Hour® on Weehendl® May 7-13 National FTA Teacher Appreciation Week Tues., May 9 • NationalTeacher Appreciation Day • NBISD Teacherof the Year Reception at 3:30-4:30 p.m. in library of The Education Center Tuesday, May 9 • OakRun Choir Musical at 7 p.m. in the OakRun Cafeteria Thurs., May ll • NBHS Academic Awards Banquet at 7 p.m. in tile NBHS Cafetorium Fri., May 12 • NBHS JROTC Awards Banquet at 7 p.m. in the NBHS Cafetorium • State 4A Track Meet @UT and State Tennis Tourney @UT Tues., May 16 • NBISD School Board Meeting at 7:30 p.m. at The Education Center • Carl Schurz Program and ITA Meeting at 7 p.m. • NBHS Band Spring Concert at 7 p.m. in the NBHS cafetorium Wed., May 17 • Carl Schurz Elementary DARE graduation at 2:30 p.m. Thurs., May 18 • Seek* Elementary DARE graduation at 9:15 a.m. • NBISD Volunteer Reception from 4:30-6 p.m., Ed Center Board Room • NBHS Choir concert at 7 p.m., NBHS cafetorium • OakRun ITA Band Concert and ITA Meeting at 7 p.m., NBHS gym Fri., May 19 • NBHS Band Banquet at 7 p.m. in the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Hall Sat., May 20 • NBHS Choir Banquet at 7 p.m. Sun., May 21 • NBHS Baccalaureate in the NBHS Cafetorium at 7:30 p.m. Tues., May 23 • N BMS 7th-Grade Awards Assembly at 8:15 a m. in the Main Gym • NBMS Choir Program in the OakRun Cafeteria at 7 p.m. Wed., May 24 • NBMS8th-Grade Awards Assembly at 8:15 a.m. in the Main Gym Thurs., May 25 • NBHSGraduation Dress Rehearsal at 7:30 p.m., Unicom Stadium Fri., May 26 • Last Day of School • NBHSGraduation/SilverUnicom Award at 8 p.m., Unicom Stadium NBISD NBMS Knowledge Masters rank nationally Teams ranks CISDSVHS wins awards at UIL competition District honors employees ;