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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 9, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung O Friday, May 9,1997 (15A HERALD-ZEIT UNG EducationCISDSeven SVHS singers qualify for All-State Choir competition CISD photo by Don Clark Seven Smithson Valley High School students qualified for the prestigious Texas All-State Solo and Ensemble Competition, scheduled for May 31 in Austin. Those traveling to the Capitol include (L-R) front row, Amy Philips Reoclift, Shawna Zimmer, Casie Vinall, Jessica Ebrom; second row, Paul Frechette, Michael O'Brien, and Johnny Dove.CMS students win major awards at Regional Science Fair Mountain Valley Intermediate School honors first Science Fair winners The first Mountain Valley Intermediate School Science Fair concluded with the announcement of the winning projects. Science projects could be entered into competition by a team of two students, by a single student, cr by a student and adult team. This year participation by sixth grade students was optional, while every fifth grade student entered into the competition. The following students received awards: Sixth Grade: First: Gabrielle Mann and Danielle Curtis, Julia Byrd and Jaclyn Murphy; Second: Ben Miller and Michael Schuman; Third: Sarah Dedmon and Lindsey Vitek, Beth Walker, Dana Curry and Melissa Ford. Fifth Grade - Experiments Division: Category A (Single Student First: Claire Yost; Second: Kaleigh Phillips, Sydney Teuton; Third: Megan Coffman, Felicia Ferguson; Category B (Student Teams^ First: Jina Sendejo and Maighdy Conway; Second: Mark Stanley and David Crandall; Mike Sanguines and Alan Hill; Third: Chris Greenup and Anthony Uballe; Rochelle Holder and Allison Martin. Category C (Student and Adults First: Jennifer Buckley; Second: Kaleigh Long, Casey Huff, Brandon Estes; Third: Austin Chandler, Sooner Guerra. Fifth Grade - Models Division: Category A (Single Student) First: Ashleen Kelly; Second: Caille Richmond; Third: Lance Bybee, Destiny Spain. Category P (Student Teams) First-Andrew Tarvin and Garrett Camp; Second: Mandy Hulse and Heather Schacht; Third: Sherie Phillips and Carol Craft Category C (Student and Adult} First Elizabeth Dalglish; Second: Daniel Brunner, Josh Owens; Third: Kevin Long, Stefan Whittaker, Steven Ross. CISD photo by Don Clark The first Mountain Valley Intermediate School science fair featured fifth and sixth grade winners, including (L-R) (front row) Maighdy Conway, Julia Byrd, Garrett Camp, and Gabrielle Mann; (back row) Jennifer Buckley, Claire Yost, Jina Sendejo, Jaclyn Murphy, Elizabeth Dalglish, Andrew Tan/in, Ashleen Kelly, and Danielle Curtis. Smithson Valley Middle School honors April Students of the Month CISD photo by Don Clark Pictured are the Canyon Middle School Regional Science Fair winners. Each student entered in the Regional Fair won an award, competing against the best science projects from central Texas. Top honors went to the team of Richard Stagg and Chad Wiemers who won the First Grand Prize Award, the highest award at the science fair, and the team of Natasha Asaria, Chad Klekar, and Brenda Neff, who won the Second Grand Prize Award. The other award winners are (listed with the category of their project) Krista Grantham, 3rd Place Medicine and Health; Leanna Hartley, 5th Place Environmental; Paul Sonnen, Director’s Award Physics; and the team of Joanna Jennings and Yvonne Ponce, 5th Place Team Projects (Division 3). The following students were honored as Smithson Valley Middle School Students of the Month of April. Core Curriculum: Language Arts: Joe Sosenka, Justin Mazurek, Shawn Ciotti, Dustin Schmidt, Ashley Greenup; Math: Shawna Watts, Mike Haynes, Nicole Mai, Shannon Covey, Chris Maillot, Laura Pctte way, Chris VanKleef, Jim Snowden, Larry Leamon, Crystal Davis; Science: Brian Cottier, Lad Allen, Stephanie Ozuna, Rob Wyllie, Daniel Limon; Social Studies: Meagan Hayes, Stefan Pruitt, Charlie Reasner, Kazia Branstetler, Lauren Murphy; Reading: JacobTartcr, Lacy Taylor, Amber Chappell, Heather Hughes, Thomas Meadows. Electives! Choir: Jessie Kirkland, Christina Burt, Fernando Gutierrez, Jennifer Wilson; Music Appreciation: Heather Herbsleb, Jill Mena; Creative Writing: Josh Beaumont; Com-puter Literacy:    Mercedes Miramontes; Computer Graph: Randy Tower; Content Mastery: Stephanie Ozuna; Center for Successful Learning: Brenda Maciei; Problem Solving: Ashely Denton; Community in Schools: Augustine Sosa, Vanessa Morales; Art: Jessica McSpadden, Jim Snowden; Yearbook: Drew Senulis; Boys Physical Education: Nathan Walker, Evan Gardner, Garrett Keller, Pete Garza; Life Management: Vincent Valdez, Amanda Owens; Girls Physical Education: Kelly While, Lana Evans, Katrina Legg, Rebecca Thomas; Industrial Technology: Alyssa Amos, Kevin Moore; Elks: Brian Edwards, Heather Gruwell; Office Aid: Kim PundU Principal: Brittany Leissner.FREE ACTIWTION! 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