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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas SV's Rider awarded teacher of the month Ann Rider, chairman of the business department at Smithson Valley High School, is the Comal Independent School District’s teacher of-the -month for September A 12-year veteran of the leaching profession. Rider instructs classes in shorthand, accounting and typing/ word processing this semester In the past, she has also taught history and math, as well as all business courses offered at S V U S. Ihe educator holds a Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree from Texas Christian University and a Master of Education and Counseling from Southwest Texas State University In addition to her duties at the local high school, she teaches typing two nights {XU week at San Antonio College. J tx' Rogers, principal al Smithson Valley, calls Rider a “tremendously exceptional leacher’’, “She dtx*s so many extra things like working with children on their advanced studies during her conference period,” Rogers said. “Mrs. Rider is a sujx'r teacher and lady,” the principal added. Rider says she likes to teach because she loves working with young people. “It gives mc great pleasure when one of them comes back and says I prepared him for the future,” she observed. Rider says it is gratifying to give her students life skills with w htch they can gain employ ment. She and her husband. Travis, are the parents of three grow n children Eric. Elizabeth and Amy In her spare time. Rider enjoys knitting and reading. She is a member of the Texas Slate reachers Association, the National Education Association and the Na CHS employee of month honor given to Hermes Ann Rider tional Business Education Association. Rider will be honored by the Comal Independent School District board of trustees at their regular monthly meeting Sept. 21 at Smithson Valley High School, and again at the Employee Recognition Banquet in May She w as named teacher of-the -month by a vote of her fellow faculty and stall members at the high school. Programs examine suicide \ free training program Suicide md th*' Adoles*ent will again tx' of emf at Bl \ Hill County Hospital from 8 a rn to 4pm Oct J Thi*. pn> gram is of spesial interest to xtu< utors on identifying students a ho are contemplating suit. ide Suicide is the second most common a use of death among adolescent following accidental death And of hose suicides hi * percent give a recognizable wanting sign before the attempt Participant* in the training pro gram will learn to identify signals methods of inters ent ion and then engage in scenarios to practice th* m skills Advain ed Academic Training red its will be offered and ;ujk h will tx- pros uk*d leading the training will be Jostle R Gonzalez who has a doctorate in clinical psychology and has taught practiced and consulted with various si hiiols and agencies in San Antonie A presentation on self esteem how to sex* th** good in ourselves and act on decisions that make us happy will be offered at the hospital (Vt 6 from 7 to 9 p rn RESP F C T    Your    self Worth will examine flow seif esteem ss influenced bv values out parents taught us as well as how it relates to perfectionism .md taking risk Leading tlx preservation on self esteem will tie W ayne Price who ha' a master s degree in mental health counseling and is an asvx'iate of Dr Harry Croft RESP E C I    Your    Self Worth" is par* of First Tuesdays \ Series of Presentations for Your Mental Health sponsored by BCA Hill Country Hospital and the Mental Health Association in San Antonio t El credits will be offered ■suicide and the -Adolescent and RESP Et r Yourself Worth are provided as free as a community service by Hi A HUI Country Hospital a psychiatric and substam e abuse facility at 8205 Palisades of IHM in Live Oak Please « all the community relations depart in* nt at 659 9mu for more tnforma A graduate of Canyon High School who has devoted her life to children is the Comal Independent School District’s employee of-the-month for September. Pat Hermes serves as an aide in the Writing-lo-Read laboratory at Comal Elementary School where she is responsible for the operation of the computer lab that supports this program. “Writing-to-Read teaches children to write what they say and to read w hat they write," Hermes said of the program, that was pioneered by I.B.M In her second year as the lab coordinator, she has been tramed on die program by I B M. Prior to that, she worked at Comal Elementary for two sears as an aide in grades kindergarten to three. “I have always enjoyed working with kids,” Hermes said “I guess that’s why my husband and I were foster parents for five years.” They have two children of their own Ainslic, IO. and B. J., 6. who are both students at Comal. "We really depend on Pat to maintain the consistence of the Writing- to- Read program," said Barbara Miller, principal of the school. “She is very concerned and interested in children — and kids love her," the educator added. When she’s not in the classroom. Hermes enjoys tennis and volleyball. She will be honored Monday (Sept. 21) by the Comal I.S.D. board of trustees and again in May at the Employee Recognition Banquet. Pat Hermes CISD students learn progress Interim progress reports following the third week of instruction w ill be issued this week for Comal Independent School District students who are not progressing satisfactorily in their school subjects. “Parents should make certain that they contact the classroom teacher if their child receives an unsatisfactory progress report,” said Carol Hall, Director of Curriculum for the district. "Also, the schools provide tutorials for students who are performing poorly in their academic classes." EfaHll added. Elementary schools are providing tutorials during the regular instructional day. Middle school and high school tutorials are held before and after school and parents should contact the building principal to make arrangements for this special help The first six week grading period in the Comal I.S.D. will end Oct 9 and report cards will be issued Oct. 16 You .Can’t Be Pacharzina honored by national association -A v tx * *1 ii* six u t exile t« ,i> \jxvul u' the people rn it New Braunfels ISI) ha- buildings brimming with ukmtrd jx\*jric IV uiv»st rev em MUSI) employee to receive recognition is the poison rcNjxmsihlc Un hiring those talented jx*opk Dircxux ol Krxnuxl EV* Pa fur/nu TV* A mc rx an \vs<xiutuxi of School lViN*Miih*l Admin I SU ak* s lux iHKC again chee* n iYhtiar/nu to serve *xi the TV xx Resolutions (\wnnmice (Juries BradVrrv NB1SD Superintendent vt Sv. Extols said We re se* {in «ud I lo E.x fur/ma was selected lo dos committee She s an outs unsling    pervxirvel dm..uh who really takes the tune and effort to find the test ix*rs.*i tor every job I lung Ur remarkable w. tv and leadership ability at the state level, AA SPA felt that recognition was earned ai the national level IX V ohing the committee's purpose Pas. hor tx na said 'A e draft a stand on issues that affect scVxii personnel throughout th*- I S Because suites differ, we irs to tirvl common issues A major goal of Last year s meeting was to commit to a plan of a* lion *xi stands ad* H'texl I) \.\SP\ Cnuis for this year s conference uh lulls" obtaining tV* vituperation of ail professional organizations dealing w itll publh vhvx*ls aihl fwgher edth at xxi VA tth cax>jx*rative cf Ext we van dv* things for ic av hers .uhl begin lo lied at national priorities, stated IV fur/ma Kyc example, chic re vol un* ti pertains to improving teachers salaries Icvas career ladder will tx discussed as a mcthtxJ to this end NBISDs personnel direct •< explained Hut s ixx* of the unique dungs afxuit meeting other (xrstmiK-l directors lf vxnethii e gvxx! is being done in IVxas, we win share it with other slates jnd implement a tm dx* ruth Mal level rr r rn * I I 11.........1X-1 rf f n  ......    —...........  ■    ■    ......... 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