New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
2A New Braunfels Herald-Zwfuny Thursday, September 29,1993CISD honoreesBrietzke, Hughes recognized by district
Mrs. Kathryn Brietzke has taught all her IO years in Comal ESD, and has been named Teacher of the Month for September.
“I like teaching," Mrs. Brietzke said. "I went back to school to get my Master’s degree," but she did so to be a better classroom teacher. "That (the classroom) is where I want to stay," she added.
Both her bachelor’s and master’s degree came from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos.
Mrs. Brietzke taught kindergarten for nine years, moving to second grade last year.
“Second-graders are able to do much more academically," she said. "Two years makes a lot of difference in their development."
Expectations are totally different, too. "We stress academics much more in the second grade. The students are great, and they think school is a neat place," Mrs. Brietzke said.
Randy Dry, her principal at Goodwin Primary, called Mrs. Brietzke "a fantastic teacher." She also serves as second grade team leader.Cafeteria manager honored
Arlene Hughes. Comal ISD Employee of the Month
for September, didn’t think she was cut out to be a manager. But she was wrong.
Mrs. Hughes is beginning her fourth year as cafeteria manager at Mountain Valley School. Prior to that, she was a cook at Smithson Valley High School for three years.
She still remembers when she became manager three years ago. "It was about two weeks before school started when Harvey Pape called me. I didn’t think I could do it, but he kept insisting I could. Now it's fun," Mrs. Hughes said.
But she credits her two colleagues, Estelle Wiley and Vivian Nowotny, wiith making her job easier. "What makes being manager so enjoyable is the help I’ve received," she said.
Cooking is the easy part for Mrs. Hughes. It’s the paperwork that’s a bit demanding.
Since food is her speciality, Mrs. Hughes suggested hamburgers and Mexican food are student favorites. "I really think chalupas are the favorite,’' she said. "The kids let us know what they like and don’t like. But they really don’t gripe much."
Seguin fair due next week
Guadalupe County’s annual Agricultural and livestock Fair will be celebrating its centennial when it opens Oct.«.
The fair, to be held at the fairgrounds complex in Seguin, will run through Oct. 9.
Events include the Queen’s contest, a bakeoff, talent show, rodeo, livestock display, tractor pull, pet review and a rabbit show. A "Miss Roundup" will be selected at the rodeo.
There will be judging of exhibited antiques, arts and crafts, needlework, plants and jams and jellies. Commercial exhibits will also be presented.
In addition to food, fair booths will offer plants, handcrafted items and baked goods for sale.
Catalogues containing the schedule of fair events can be picked up at the Seguin Chamber of Commerce, 427 N. Austin St.
Wednesday’s high was M, followed by an overnight low of 94. Highs today and Friday will be in the mid-Ms, too, and tonight’s low in the mid-Ms.
Canyon Lake is holding steady at 904.99 feet above sea level.
Widely scattered thundershowers lingered in West Texas and the Panhandle before dawn today as partly cloudy skies dominated the Texas weather picture.
A few isolated showers also developed near Laredo. The showers were triggered by a mass of moist, unstable air resting over the western third Texas.
Some light fog dotted portions of Southeast Texas.
Pre-dawn temperatures ranged from ii at Marfa to 76 at Corpus Christi. Winds were generally light and from the south and southeast
The forecast called for partly cloudy skies with scattered showers and thudnershowers continuing in West Texas.
North Texas — Mostly fair and slightly cooler through Friday. Highs
in the 19s. Lows 56 east to ii west.
East Texas — Fair to partly cloudy and slightly cooler through Friday. Highs in the 80s. Lows 58 to 60.
South Texas — Fair to partly cloudy through Friday. Widely scattered thundershowers northwest through tonight. Highs in the 60s. Lows mostly in the 66s, except 75 on the coast.
West Texas — Scattered to widely scattered showers and thunderstorms through Friday. Highs mostly in the 86s. Lows 56 mountains to 70 extreme south. Highs Friday 78 Panhandle to 92 Big Bend.
Port Arthur to Port O’Connor — Easterly winds near IO to 15 knots through Friday. Seas 3 to 5 feet. Partly cloudy.
Port O’Connor to Brownsville — Easterly to southeasterly winds IO to 15 knots through tonight. Seas 3 to 5 feet. Widely scattered thundershowers.
South Texas — Widely scattered thundershowers mostly along the coast Night and morning cloudiness central portion. Otherwise portly cloudy-
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