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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education I igo 10A Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Sunday, May 24.1987 LM BIS D High school commencement set for Thursday night I’wo hundred and eighty two TS will receive their diplomas ti New Braunfels High School dor lr graduation ceremonies Thurs day I he ceremonies w ill shirt at H p rn at Unicorn Stadium a dress rehearsal will he held at 7 p in Wednesday Parents are en i uraged hi take photographs at the J hearsal since only graduates will In* allowed on the field Thursday I he evening’s schedule will include I formances by the N'HHS band and NBHS choir director Stephen Bed turd the school's Marine Corps .Ic aor KOI'C color guard will pre sent the colors senior class president Jennifer Smith will be tile evening s mistress of ceremonies Sandia Key will give Hit invocation Bob Self. New Braunfels ISI) board II trustees president will present the ti trict’s Silver Unicorn Awards to I lividuals who will tie honored for ti lr service to New Braunfels youth Sunni Johnson will give the dutatory address, followed by the v edictory address by Stacey Zipp i. jther Woods will give the gradua tu n address NBHS principal John I urman will < tify the class while Charles t i {berry. NBISI) superintendent, .ti' present I ie ('ass Diplomas will be awarded by member of lite N BISI) board of tiustees Student Aimee Norton will give the evening’s benediction Baccalaureate services held at Baptist church Baccalaureate services for New Braunfels High School’s graduating seniors will tie held at 7: JO p rn today in the NBHS cafetorium The Rev Gordon Graham of First Baptist Church will give the evening's sermon Student Wade Kelker will give the invocation while Christine Scruggs will read the scripture Melissa Garza will give the benediction The NBHS Chorale and the Carl Schurz Elementary choirs will sing during the service Social studies teacher named award recipient New Braunfels High School teacher Lucille McDavid Neuse was the recipient of the ‘‘Good Citizenship Medal” from the William Hightower Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution She was given the award because of her 2J years of teaching government and history related subjects. McDavid Neuse is the chairperson of the NBHS social studies depart meat Parra to attend institute for geography teachers New Braunfels Middle School teacher Genetic Barra has been selected to participate in the Texas Alliance foi Geographic Education 1987 Summer Institute She is one of 40 social studies teachers from the Austin San Antonio area who were selected to participate in the in stitute The institute will lie hosted by the Department of Geography and Plan ning at Southwest Texas State University July IO Aug 7 The institute will focus on fun damental themes in geography, in eluding location, place physical and human characteristics * human environmental interactions, move ment of humans interaction on the* Earth and regions of the w orld Seele students take places in contest Five students from each grade level took top honors in the Dec I a ma Hon Contest held at S«*ele Elemen tary Students in the third grade who won awards were Amanda Assaad first place Stiawri Lindsey second place Ronnie Schwab third place Mark Phair fourth place and Ion David Rayburn, fifth place Students who placed in the fourth grade contest were:    Jennifer Sassenhagen. first place Alison Bruemmer, second place. Amy Grunwald, third place Sarah Bode, fourth place, and Kristi Reimer, fifth place In the fifth grade contest, the top awards went to Bradley Hollas, first place, Skye Wostal, second place, Susan Doherty, third place, Laura C’ohle. fourth place, and Amy Holtman, fifth place Friday marks end of school New Braunfels ISD's 1988 87 school year will officially end for students Friday Students at all schools will be dismissed one hour early on this day Teachers will continue through Satruday, which is scheduled as a district workday. Registration begins for summer school program Registration for New Braunfels High School s summer school pro gram will be June 5 from 9 a rn to I pm The first summer session will tie from 7:30 a m June 8 July J The se cond summer session will meet July fi ji from 7: JO a rn.-12:JO p.m. The cost will ti** $75 per semester which is payable at the time of registration Courses winch will tie offeied are: English I. ll III and IV, Fundamen tals of Math. Pre Algebra and Algebra I; Geometry and Algebra II; World History; American History; Government/Economics; Health; and Data Processing For more information, call Judy Seifert at 625-6271 weekdays between Ba rn and 4pm Community education summer program begins Four classes in New Braunfels ISD’s Community Education summer program are scheduled to begin during the first week of June Baton Twirling will begin June I and continue throughout the year These classes are offered for all levels beginning, intermediate and advanced and are for children, ages 4 years and up Classes will meet on Mondays at Carl Schurz Elementary Session I will be from 9:30-10:15 a rn while Session II will be from 6-6 45 p m Mary Jo Miller is the instructor The tuition is $12 a month School Personnel Payroll Deduc tion Retirement Planning will meet at 7 p m June 2 at 1000 N. Walnut, North Building The free class will be taught by Stan Cunningham Investment Education for Ladies Only will meet at 3:30 p m June 6 This free class will meet at 1000 N Walnut, North Building and will be taught by Stan Cunningham Investments for a College Educa tion will be offered at 7 p rn June 4 This free class will meet at 1000 N Walnut. North Building and will be taught by Stan Cunningham For more information about these classes, call 620-6200 DO YOU HEAR (But Not Understand?) Outstanding teacher shares love of science New Braunfels High School teacher Faye Clarke was selected as the 1987 Sigma Xi Outstanding Science Educator She was one of nine recipients of the award More than 50 science teachers from the San Antonio area were nominated Sigma Xi is a scion tific research society. The chapter which gave the award is in San Antonio Clarke, the chairperson of the NBHS science department, has taught three Biology I ( lasses and one Advanced Placement Biology class during the 198fi 87 school year She also sponsors the school’s Science Club and works with students n preparing for competition “I want to share my love of science with young people,” Clarke said. “11 is my greatest desire to make them aware of the wonder of each in dividual organism and instill them with enougli knowledge to make them want to know more about each one and its importance in the web of life “I have found it a challenge to review my teaching methods and to change the emphasis placed on the traditional biology core curriculum It has been stimulating to make these adjustments and those required due to the changes in our young people in today's society.” she continued ‘‘I feel that working with young people has helped me to understand them and to empathize with them I want to help prepare them to take their place in a rapidly changing world and to Ire able to make the right choices to protect our world as well as themselves However. I also want them to enjoy their world and con sider nature as their avocation ” Since 1980, NBHS has produced many University Interscholastic league science district w inners, v. ith three regional winners advancing to state NBHS has earned a state first place in overall science and a first in biology Many of the students also entei in dividual science contests sponsored by the Matt) and Science Association of Texas Clarke is a graduate of Pan American University, where she graduated cum laude, and holds a master’s degree in biology from Southwest Texas State University. While at SWTSl', she received the School of Science Award for Academic Excellence with grade point average of 4 ii She has worked in the New Braunfels ISI) since 1962 and has been a member of several commit Need Some Relief For That Neckpain? Ever Been To A Chiropractor?Call The Relief Team!! 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