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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, May 18, 2000 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7A 1 Pillow Toff Queen Set Pillow To King Sel fa • Cal-* King for that Stupid/ Waterbed - nm * (Swtafe I OOLDEN IM AT rn KSS Panel Headboard Si . Lowest ' Prices in San Antonio 4 pc Set Nightstand *29 BO Mattress Sets to Choose From! ORTHO SUPPORT SUPREME SETS TWIN    FULL QUEEN KING $65.00 $75.00 $95.00 $129.00 7350 Tezel Rd. 210-543-9100 The Herald-Zeitung offers an “Education” page to local public school districts. New Braunfels Independent School District’s page is compiled by its public information office. To submit information or for questions, call 620-6200.Education NBISD Briefs Students selected for National Merit Program Six New Braunfels High School juniors have been selected to participate in the 2001 National Merit Program’s College Plans. The students — Edward Coles, Michelle Dokken, James Heinbaugh, Justin Mills, Regan Towal and Orrin Waters — had Selection Index scores on the PSAT of at least 199, placing them among the 50,000 highest scorers in the 2001 Merit Program. These students have shown outstanding academic potential and are invited to be referred to two colleges or universities in the United States in which they are especially interested. In September 2000, the National Merit Corporation will announce the Selection Index Score that will determine the National Merit Semifinalists. (The Selection Score is the sum of the three test parts of PSAT: Verbal + Math + Writing). Semifinalist selection will be made from the list of students who were invited to participate in the National Merit Program with Selection Index Scores of at least 199. Once the semifinalists have been selected, they will be notified that they may participate in the National Merit Finalist com-petion. NBHS Student Council receives sweepstakes For the ninth year in a row, members of the New Braunfels High School student council received sweepstakes at the State Convention last weekend. This means that they received awards in the following categories: Outstanding Student Council, Pride and Patriotism, Eco-Energy, and Safety (This report is moving to national competition). Several students (Chris Millett, Kristin Krejci, Vanessa Rosales, Lindsay Leifeste, Joey Rippole) also presented discussion groups at the conference. Class officers elected at NBHS Class officers for the 2000-2001 school year at NBHS will be: CLASS OF 2003: President Martha Rockwood, Vice President David Reeves, Secretary Nicole Ryan, Treasurer Britteny Stevens, Parliamentarian Elizabeth Simmons. CLASS OF 2002: President Andrea Fuller, Vice President Summer Miller, Secretary Tracey Garvens, Treasurer Trixie Rosales, Parliamentarian • Abby Smith. CLASS OF 2001: President Belinda Vargas, Vice President Joey Rippole, Secretary Lindsay Overman, Treasurer James Heinbaugh, Parliamentarian Zack Ezer. GED graduation ceremony set A GED graduation ceremony will be conducted for all school districts who are members of the Adult Education & Literacy Cooperative at 7 p.m. May 25 at J. Frank Dobie Jr. High School, 395 W. Borgfield Rd. in Cibolo. Many of our 17 year-old students will be participating in the GED graduation ceremony along with our New Braunfels adult participants. Superintendents from each participating district (Boerne, Marion, Schertz, Seguin, Comal and New Braunfels ISD) or theirAround The District perspective representatives, will be addressing the graduating class. Summer school planned for bilingual/migrant students The Bilingual /English as a Second Language Migrant Education Division will offer the following Summer Student Programs: • The Bilingual/ESL Language Summer School — A summer language program will be offered for identified limited English proficient students who will enter kindergarten and first grade in the 2000-2001 school year. • Migrant Education Summer Project Smart Program — Now in its second year, this program will provide for a “parents as home educators “ program, a course recoupment program and a bilingual computer camp for students from 6th through 12th grades. Students also will have an opportunity to participate in a Corpus Christi Science Day Trip and a ropes day camp. Additionally, the migrant students in the elementary grades will be able to apply for computer migrant education scholarships for computer camp in collaboration with the New Braunfels ISD Technology Department. • Spanish Summer Enrichment Camp — This is the first year that elementary students will have the opportunity to enroll in a Spanish as a second language enrichment camp. The week- long sessions are being planned for July for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The camps — taught by two Spanish teachers originally from Mexico — will consist of fun activities with authentic games, activities, songs and videos. Locations and dates will be announced. This self-supporting camp will require a reasonable fee. For information contact Mary Padilla, 620-6200. Summer school slated New Braunfels High School is hosting two summer school sessions for area students looking to earn up to 1.0 credit. Students may begin registering for classes on May I at the school, 2551 N. Loop 337. Courses being offered include English I, English II, English III, English IV, U.S. History, World History, Government, Economics, Geography, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Biology I, Chemistry I and Integrated Physics/Chemistry. Half-credit courses are being offered in health, business computer information systems, speech and recordkeeping. The first summer session is slated for June 12-30 and the second session will be July 10-28. The last day to register for Session I is June 9 and the last day to register for Session II is June 30. Each course meets daily for four hours. Tuition rates for NBISD students taking a half-credit course is $100 or $120 for out-of-dis-trict students. Rates for NBISD students taking a full credit course is $200 or $220 for out-of-district students. Teachers interested in working during summer sessions should contact New Braunfels High School assistant principal Elisa Racanelli at 625-6271. NBHS Student Council elects leaders The executive board for the New Braunfels High School Student Council was elected by the membership April IO to serve during the 2000-2001 school year. District Executive Board Representative: Lindsay Leifeste; Homecoming Coordinator: Leigh Ann Downey; Recording Secretary: Brittany Buckner; Corresponding Secretary: Andrea Fuller; Treasurer: Summer Miller; School Board Representative: Kristin Krejci; Parliamentarian: Alison Boatright. The officers elected will lead members of the executive board: President Joey Rippole; 1st Vice President Vanessa Rosales; and 2nd Vice President Belinda Vargas. Carl Schurz to be rededicated Carl Schurz Elementary will be rededicated next year in celebration of the school’s 75th anniversary. In honor of the anniversary personalized paving stones and granite pavers will be sold to create the “Walk of Knowledge” at Carl Schurz. Deadline is the end of May. Paving stones cost $30 and $40 depending on size, and the granite pavers cost $125. Money raised through the sale of stones and pavers will assist in the landscaping project at the school. School employees also are asking past students and teachers to bring by photographs they may have from their time at Carl Schurz to display during the anniversary celebration. For information call the school, 625-7361. White shirts needed for campus Personnel from New Braunfels Independent School District’s Opportunities to Rebound campus are requesting donations of certain clothing items for students in the discipline management school — AEP (Alternative Education Placement). Students need white dress shirts with no logos, ties and straight-leg blue jeans, according to Principal Doug Recio. Drop donations off at the campus, 902 W. San Antonio St. With the help of Mindy Webber and other parents and students at Carl Schurz Elementary, more than 5,000 pages worth of books have been donated to the school’s library. The students were able to see the progress of the book drive through the baby bottle in the library window next to “Baby Carl.” Pictured are students at Carl Schurz Elementary and librarian Melanie Bowen. A bookplate was inserted in each book with a student’s name. NBISD Photo Happy Birthday "Daddy's Little Angel" Amanda h/t, tov* po*., DaoM* Sc /<**/ _ ,•.......,,*m& Local businesses donated money so all kindergarten students at Lamar Primary could each receive a “I Like Me” book. Quick Align, Adobe Cafe, Jason Crane of Lake Forest Exteriors, Norma and Shelly of Kreative Ruts, AHI, Randy Kasberg Insurance Agency, Rockin R River Rides and First Commercial Bank donated money for the project. Pictured, Lupita Cerna, Colton Hanson, Jenna Gullick, . Kody Lee Wilson, Wendy Hanson and school counselor Usa Schmidt. NBISD Photo VE NEED KIDS WITH ! , ALLERGIES!' Qualified patients will be compensated for | their parKdapation in a research study! j Central Texas Health Research I New Braunfels Sac Marcos Saguin/Sac Antonio I Lf, 629-9036 396-310_L_ (8^609-0900 ;