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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Page IOC Herald-Zeftung, New Braunfels,Texas Sunday, November 24,1985 N.B.I.S.D. NewsCerrato to participate in national seminar New Braunfels High School student Gayle Cerrato has been selected to participate in a three-day state seminar next spring as part of the Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation The sophmore will be eligible for selection as a state representative to attend the national seminar next August. Each year, New Braunfels High School sophmore students compete for the nomination to participate in this state and national leadeship seminar. These seminars are designed to give outstanding Kith grade students from all over the nation the opportunity to meet, interact with and question leaders of today and discuss with them present and future issues. Placing second in NBHS’s nominations was Jason Gelstweidt. Kimberly Putz was third while Bruce Zabava was fourth Saenz elected president New Braunfels High School student Raymond Saenz was elected president of District 20 during the district’s Vocational Opportunities Club of Texas Leadership Conference on Nov. 16 in Austin. NBHS students Edward Gonzales, Rosemary Gonzales, Felix Medina and Erin Macredie also attended the conference Saenz will be able to attend the State Leadership Conference in Austin Dec. 5-7 At that meeting, he will compete for a state office against the presidents from the other 25 Texas districts. “Raymond won over the four other contestants because he gave a dynamic speech about his goals for VOCT,” said Kolacek “We feel that Raymond has an excellent chance of becoming a state VOCT officer, and that will be a first for New Braunfels.’’ The purpose of the district conference was to promote leadership skills and elect district officers. Cam paign speeches, leadership activities and social interaction groups filled the day. While the students met to discuss club activities sponsors planned the district contest in the spring Horn of plenty All New Braunfels ISI) elementary students who eat a hot lunch in the school cafeterias on Nov. 27 will receive a horn of plenty sticker The sticker is part of a program by NBlSD’s School Nutrition Services to teach students about good nutrition. Students receive stickers twice a month Historical experience Carl Schurz Elementary first grade students w ill get to experience a little bit of what the Pilgrims and Crossword ACROSS 1 Diamond fragments 5 Circuits 9 Temperate 14 Ripener 15 European capital 16 Vocation 17 Corner 18 Approve 19 Wander 20 Pilots 22 Twinkled 23 Stormed 24 Food fish 25 Phoned 28 Yearned 32 Round 33 Befalls 34 Grand Opry 35 Indonesian island 36 Peace lovers 37 Lockup 38 Bone suff 39 Charmer 40 SMU —" 41 Up    in tail 43 Got a hit 44 Sweetsop 45 Swelling 46 Characteristics 49 Beef 53 Residency 54 Chicago area 55 Similarly 56 On the move 57 Building projection 58 Nominate 59 Some signs 60 Used a rinse 61 Farm animals DOWN 1 Spa 2 Dreaded one 3 Dance 4 Shivers 5 Appeared 6 Out ot line 7 Strategy 8 — sauce 9 Band section 10 Citrus 11 Financial institution 12 Periphery 13 Loom part 21 Coaster Indians used to do Monday and Tuesday. Students will spend one afternoon learning about the Pilgrims and the other afternoon learning about the Indians. This will include the things that Pilgrims and Indians did as far as arts and crafts things and cooking, too,” said teacher Beverly Turman During the Pilgrim segment, students will get to make horn books, learn about quilling and make cranberry jelly. During the Indian session, students will learn about Indian beads, pouches, sand paintings and grinding corn Students screened New Braunfels ISD’s nurses are screening students for hearing problems in several grades. Nurses Susan Bell. Karon Preiss, Elaine Start?, and Helen Donop screened Memorial kindergarten students on Nov 12 and Lone Star kindergarten students on Nov. 14. “We have already done Seele and Carl Schurz (third and fifth grade students),” Preiss said “Then we ll be doing ninth grade at high school at the end of the month and then we ll tie doing seventh graders as middle school at the beginning of December.” The nurses already have screened vision for NBISD kindergarten, third and fifth grade students “We will be doing TB (tuber culosisi tests in January,” Preiss said The nurses are also screening and referrals from teachers or parents All of these screenings are re quired by the State of Texas Field trip enjoyed Three Memorial Primary kindergarten classes took a field trip which included stops at several government offices last week The purpose of the trip, said teacher Susan Brooks, w as to teach the students "about community helpers and their jobs, and how they help all of us," Classes which took this trip included Mrs Brooks’, Beverly Lanais’ and Jana Harkins’. “We first hit the (New Braunfels ISI)* central kitchen and were able to see how they mada some of the food for the meal on Friday.” Brooks said Then the students visited the Dittl Inger Memorial Library where they participated In a story time and received cards to check out books After lunch in Lamia Park. the students w ent to the Central Fire sta lion “They got to shoot water out of the hose and they got to see the firemen slide dow n the poles.” Brooks said The next stop was at the Post Office “Each class mailed something back to us at school,” the teacher said The students also mailed a PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 22 Beverages 24 Optics unit 25 Prohibitive words 26 Temper 27 Slacken 28 Hang around 29 Lash into 30 Upper crust 31 Took out 33 Centers 36 Submerges 37 SST 39 Mothers' helpers 40 Brolly 42 Dried fruit 43 Jostled 45 Unconfined 46 In comparison with 47 Red shade 48 Vehicle 49 Ape 50 There ought to be 51 Woe 1" 52 Negatives 54 Youngster 14 TF 20" 25 26 27 32 35 36 41 46 47 48 53 56 56 message to principal Karen Simpson, as well as a thank you note to John Kaderli, who played German Music at Lamar last week Krueger named advisor New Braunfels High School Vocational teacher Roxolin Krueger will serve as the chief advisor for the Apparel and Accessories Series Event at the Area Career Development Conference. This conference, which will be in Arlington, is scheduled for Feb 7 8. Krueger teaches marketing and distributive education at New Braunfels High School Leadership workshop Many New Braunfels ISI) ad ministrators attended the first part of a workshop on leadership training last week at the New Braunfels Holi day Inn Attending the workshop were assistant superintendent Linda Avila, personnel director Flo Pacharzina, secondary education director Anita Stipnieks, vocational director Leland Cox, community education director Barbara Doeppenschmidt, New Braunfels High School Vice Principal Chuck Engler, NBHS Assistant Prin cipal Judy Seifer, New Braunfels Middle School Principal Bill Karnau, NBMS Vice Principal Bill Hollas, Seele Principal Vivian Reagan and Carl Schurz Principal Carleton Donop “The purpose of these first three days (of the workshop) has been to teach us the elements of effective teaching based on research,” Avila said “A lot of it is based on Madeline Hunter’s work.” The workshop included informa tion on retention theory, motivational theory, time on task, school climate, the transfer theory and the reinforce ment theory “It’s going to help us recognize effective teachers in the classrooms when we observe,” Avila said This workshop is required under HB 72 for any school administrator who wishes to remain certified The second part of this workshop will tie held in December Earlier this fall, several members of NBISD’s administrative staff attended another. Three administrators have completed the two part workshop superintendent Charles Bradberry, assistant superintendent Lonnie Curtis. NBHS Principal John Turman, NBHS Assistant Principal Don Schmalzried and NBMS Vice Principal Roger Wilke. Lone Star Principal Richard Free and Memorial Principal Karen Simpson will attend another workshop at Texas A&M University Buckle up The New Braunfels High School Student Council made plans to help people remember to buckle up before the Dec. I deadline. This week’s plans are made, said Safety Committee chairman Beverly Poole, to “make them aware they have to pay $50 if they don’t wear their seatbelts after Dec. I.” The student council plans to make posters reminding NBHS students to use their seatbelts as well as have announcements using statistics on the safety of using seatbelts On Wednesday, the student council members will present suckers to people who are wearing seatbelts when they enter NBHS’s parking lot before school Poole noted, the suckers will be “handed out to everyone we see with a seatbelt on.” The student council also is trying to schedule a film on seatbelt safety to show to all NBHS students Members also plan to contact local businesses and encourage them to mention seatbelt safety on any outdoor signs the business might have. HOWELLS FURNITURE Students recognized Many New Braunfels High School students will be recognized Monday night during a banquet for the Youth Appreciation Week, sponsored by Optimist Club of New Braunfels. Students who will be recognized include: Cara Nowotny, instrumental music; Jeff Woodard, vocal music, Sandra Haecker, agriculture, Martie Bussell, home economics, Victor Sierra, boys’ athletics, Robin Raborn, girls’ athletics, Keith Cook, industrial arts, Lori Speicher, art, Felix Velez and Cassandra Cox, vocational education, Rhonda Foster, speech and drama, Georgic Turner, business, Mike Michie, language arts, Greg Whitaker, science, Jose Vargas, social studies, Jenny DeVillez, math, Sonia Munoz, government and Will Bob Borchers and Brigitte Suhr. academic achievement. Thanksgiving holidays Students in the New Braunfels ISD will be released for the Thanksgiving holidays at the end of the regular school day Nov 27. Schools will not be open on Nov. 28 29 ( lasses will resume at the normal times on Dec 2. 900 W. 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