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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4AEducation Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels. Texas Wednesday. August 19. 1987CISDSVHS, CHS driver education classes begin Sept. I Driver education classes, which are no longer afforded to Comal ISO students during the school day. will be available through the CISD Com triunity Education program beginn ingSept. I. “We have been forced to eliminate driver's education from our regular curriculum, since House Bill 72 specifically removed categorical fun ding for the class." said CISD Superintendent Bill Brown Students are limited in the number ot elective courses they may choose now since the legislature, in HH 72. also increased the academic oqi. rements for graduation This is the second rear the district has offered the course only through community education Two classes have been scheduled at both Canyon High School and Smithson Valley High School for the tall term Registration forms are available at the schools for classes. which will be taught by John Reynolds They are available to adults and non-students, as well as high school students “Classroom work will begin Sept I and students will meet two hours 2:45 to 5:45 p m. each day for 16 days." Reynolds said. First week classes will meet Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday, then continue twice a week on Monday and Wednes day at Canyon and Tuesday at Thursday at Smithson Valley Driving instruction will begin the second week and continue tor nine weeks with students scheduled to drive once a week from :V45 to 6:25 p rn weekdays or on Saturdays from 8 to lh a rn.. 10:20 a.rn to I p m or 2 to 4:20 p rn Total cost of the course is $185 This may be remitted in full at registration or in payments of $65 when registering, and $60 each month for two months. Payment must be complete by the end of the course Students may now enroll in the CISD driver education courses at age 14 if thev will turn 14 before the course ends, under a new rule ap proved for emergency adoption by the State Board of Education In addition, students certified by the Texas Department ot Public Safety as eligible for a minor’s restricted driver’s license may enroll in the classroom and simulation phases of driver education if they are 14 when the class begins These students are not required to be 15 by the end of the class Information and registration forms are available at the schools and should be returned as soon as possible Classes will be filled on a first come basis The second session of classes will begin Non 2 and continue through January For more information call the Office of Community Education at the Comal ISI). 625-8081 or 885 7674CHS Student Council begins school with work Members of the Canyon High School Student Council will conduct an orientation workshop Aug 26 in the school commons beginning at 0 a rn The three-hour orientation pro gram will include Information on leadership skills and members who atte od w ill learn new songs and meet new friends Participants may bring a sack lunch, drinks will be provided Following the orientation, student council members w ill be assigned to a school district staff member, and work as a "gofer" until 2 45 p rn Students w ill again aid their assigned staff members from 8 a rn to 2 45 p rn on Aug 27 ■ Students should dress in comfortable work clothes and shoes said Betty Kyle who sponsors the student council along with Kathy Simmons students who are unable to attend these work sessions may obtain fur ther information by calling Kyle at 625-4839 Simmons at 629-1095 or the NBISD Local program to reach at-risk students New Braunfels ISO has been selected to receive federal grant money to establish a project for im proving parent and community in volvement in the schools The grant was approved by the State Board of Education in July and is now being reviewed by the Texas Education .Agency "The intent behind this program is to get more parent involvement in schools, especially for minority and at-risk students." said Barbara Doeppenschmidt. who submitted the request for the grant She defined “at-risk students" as those who are “potential drop-out students “The grant will provide funds to initiate a training program for parents and families," she said We want to educate parents about what s going on in schools and why it's important for kids to stay in school There will be educational programs tor parents .After this training or orientation to the school system, we hope that parents will want to be more involved in the school system ” Doeppenschmidt said that although Seele Elementary is specified in the grant, parents from Carl Schurz Elemental as well as local private schools will be invited to participate In addition to presentations concerning tilt school. Doeppenschmidt said consultants will be utilized “to help people manage their day to day living " The grant is geared toward achieving one of the State Board of Education's major goals, improving parent and community involvement at the campus level Five other Texas school districts Cvpress-Fairbanks. W atherlord North East. Snyder and Hallandale 1SD s also were selected The funds are provided under Chapter 2 of the Education and Con solidation and Improvement Act NBISD’s project must incorporate elements found in effective schools research The effectiveness of the program will be evaluated after one year and results w ill be published by the Texas Education Agency so other school districts can learn from the model school district ’s experience Road construction causes schedule changes Because of construction on and around Countv Line Road. New teven P. Snider, D.P.M. 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MADE BEEF JERKEY, DRY SAUSAGE, HEAD CHEESE BLOOD SAUSAGE, Prices Good Thru August 25th r HOURS Mon.-Sat 8 6 CuSlOTl Slaughtering Tues A Thurs Best Beef Prices (HO/IN (TI ANDWHAi' N N N Round Steak Centers Fully Cut I 79 I IO Ibslal^ I -■    HOCK YOUK Fresh Ham Steaks 139 Lean Chuck Hamburger kFKEEZEki- Hormel v Chopped Ham 149 F AHMI! I    J k IHI I/IHI - I* Sirloin 189 Fresh Spare Ribs 3 I 2 Down 169 Moth ^    1    --- TOI ll L l HEHER/ Franks All Meat Hulk 35 lb 3 lbs or more I 25, Country Style Pork Ribs -|39 Mkt Made Smoked Sausage 2°? Big Red, R C., 7 Up 6 12 oz. Cans 99 6 pack ;