My name is Dustin Mlenar and I will be the Computer Literacy teacher at New Braunfels M.S. for the upcoming school year. I am also the assistant wrestling coach at the high school.


I am going into my 8th year of teaching. Previously I was the Speech teacher at Cedar Creek H.S for three years. I was first hired as a 6th Grade ELA teacher here at NBMS last three years I have been teaching Computer Literacy. I will also be teaching two sections of Health this school year. 


I graduated from Texas State University in 2012 with a degree in Exercise Sports Science and a minor in Communication Studies. Before my college experience I spent five years in the United States Army stationed in Hawaii. I have a beautiful wife Sonja and two amazing children Genevieve (4) & Athena (1 1/2).


Coach Mlenar's Schedule

1st Period: Conference

2nd Period:Computer Literacy

3rd Period: Health

4th Period: Health

(B Lunch)

5th Period:Computer Literacy

6th Period: Computer Literacy

7th Period:Computer Literacy


If you have any questions feel free to contact me at dmlenar@nbisd.org

Computer Literacy

This class focuses on computer related terminology, basic computer operation and troubleshooting, keyboarding, word processing, databases, spreadsheets, and presentation software. Appropriate Internet use will be a continuing theme in lessons involving online communications (email, blogs, message boards) and Internet searching. Aspects of Internet safety and ethics will be emphasized. There will also be an introduction to creating web pages, animation, photo editing and digital video and audio.


Health/High School Credit  8 (.5 HS credit)

Prerequisite: none This course in health education is required of all students in high school.

In Health, students develop knowledge and skills to address adolescent health issues. Students gain a better understanding of the knowledge and behavior they use to safeguard their health, particularly pertaining to health risks. Major areas of study will include fitness, nutrition, mental/emotional health, substance abuse, and interpersonal relationships. Students will receive .5 high school credit and should expect the rigor of a high school level course.

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