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JANUARY 19, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur. Jan. 20 - Wed. Jan. 26 Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) JAN 20 B: Cereal L: Turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, jello JAN 21 B: Toast, sauce L: Hot ham and cheese, tater tots, beans, cake JAN 24 B: Cereal L: Macaroni ham & cheese hotdish, carrots, sauce JAN 25 B: Toast, sauce L: BBQs, tater tots, cheese, pickles, bar JAN 26 B: cinnamon toast L: Pork, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, jello ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) JAN 20 B: Scrambled eggs, toast L: Hot ham and cheese, salad, fruit jAN 21 B: Cereal, toast L: Chilli, rolls, carrots, ranch JAN 24 B: Cereal, toast L: Beef burritos, corn, chips, salsa, fruit JAN 25 B: French toast L: Chicken pot pie, salad, pickles, fruit JAN 26 B: Cereal, toast L: French dip, lettuce, glazed carrots, desserts FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School JAN 20 B: French toast L: BBQ pork sandwiches, fries, coleslaw, fruit JAN 21 B: Frosted Bismarcks L: Cheese pizza, salad, fruit sauce JAN 24 B: Cereal, toast L: BBQs, chips, beans, mac salad JAN 25 B: Cinnamon rolls L: Chicken tortilla soup, sandwiches JAN 26 B: English muffins, scrambled eggs L: Baked potato bar MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. JAN 20 B: Scrambled eggs L: Chicken noodle soup, sandwiches JAN 21 B: Omelets L: Taco salad, lettuce, cheese, salsa, fruit cup JAN 24 B: Cereal, toast, milk, juice L: Hamburgers on bun, fries JAN 25 B: Omelets L: Pizza, corn, fruit cup (dedicated to 3,4, 9 grade) JAN 26 B: Chocolate chip pancakes L: Chili, crackers, cheese, veggies PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. JAN 20 B: Cereal, toast L: Taco Salad, corn, veggie bar JAN 21 B: Breakfast Pizza L: Hamburger Bar, Potato-W/Wedges JAN 24 B: Fratatas, fruit L: Chicken Nuggets, Pasta Salad, veggie bar JAN 25 B: Cereal, toast L: Corn Dogs, beans, salad bar, fruit JAN 26 B: Pancakes, Sausage L: Tater Tot hotdish, green beans, veggies VALLEY-F, DINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. JAN 20: Pancakes & Sausage, Vegetable, Fruit, Lettuce JAN 21: Hot Dogs, French Fries, Vegetable, Lettuce JAN 24: Taco in a Bag, Toppings, Refried Beans, Lettuce JAN 25: Popcorn Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Vegetable, Lettuce JAN 26: BBQ's, Chips, Cheese & Pickles, Vegetable, Lettuce VALLEY-EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) JAN 20: Turkey slice, baked potato, dinner roll, green beans, desert JAN 21: Spaghetti, garlic toast, letuce salad, dessert JAN 24: Hamburger hotdish, sandwiches, green beans, dessert JAN 25: Meatloaf pattie, baked potato, corn, sandwiches, dessert JAN 26: Subs, smilie potatoes, dessert VALLEY-EDINBURG 'HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. JAN 20: Soup choice, assorted sandwiches, salad bar, fruit JAN 21: Hotdogs, tater tots, salad bar, fruit JAN 24: French bread Pizza, salad bar, juice cup JAN 25: Barbeque, chips, Italian Pasta salad with salad bar, fruit JAN 26: Meatballs in gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, fruit Controls Engineer Technician Marvin~Windows and Doors is the world leader in manufacturing made-to-order wood windows. Our company is recognized for quality products, a unique cus- tomer-responsive approach, innovation and continuous improvement, as well as an exceptional safety record. Currently, our Grafton, ND facility has an opportuni- ty for a Controls Engineer Technician on the second shift, starting at 3:30 pm (10hr M-TH with some Fri O'T'). The Controls Technician will program, maintain, diagnose and repair production and facility equipment and systems; custom design and build automated machinery controls; assemble and install mechanical and electrical components; and assist in layouts and control logistics. PARK RIVER S('llOOl, The ideal candidate will possess: 2 years work experience in automated controls and electromechanical systems 2 year technical degree or diploma in a related field Excellent teamwork skills, demonstrated decision making and problems solving ability Ability to use programming languages for PLC and VFD Marvin Windows offers a comprehensive employment package with competitive wages and great benefits including health, dental and vision insurance, life insur- ance, disability, a 401k plan, paid time off, holiday pay much more. Qualified candidates may apply with a letter and resume. Web: www.marvin.comlcareer6 E-mail: g vickih@marvin.com Mail: 14835 Highway 17 West, Grafton ND 58237 Attn: HR Manager W*ndow$ 8,d Doors Equal Opportunity Employer Left to right: Avery Goll donne a penguin suit. Gavin Hell and Zackery Denault work on the Activb0ard. Justin Pic and Carter Spoonland play a penguin game. Mitchell Shierk is all smiles as he learns about penguins. (Photos submitted by Jaclyn Reinarz) By Jaclyn Reinarz PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The kindergarten classrooms have turned into Antarctica. For the past two weeks the students have been busy learning about penguins and they would like to share some of the interesting facts they have learned about penguins. "Penguins have a strong beak." -Jasmine Carter "Penguins live in Antarctica." -Greta Wharam "Penguins can swim." -Emma Markusen "Penguin mommies lay eggs." -Julia Pic birds, leopard seals, and killer "Penguins can slide on their whales."-Mitchell Shirek bellies."-Milo Irvine "Penguins can dive." Carter "Penguins can waddle." Spoonland -Caden Swartz "Penguins can live in the "Penguin predators are skua water."-Zackery Denault "Penguins can swim." -Hannah Halvorson "Penguins eat things that live in the water." -Sophia Markusen "Penguins eat krill." -Avery Goll "Penguins can slide on their bellies." -Zander Swartz "Penguins cannot fly."-Justin Pie "Penguins can swim." -Gavin Hell Editor's Note: Reinarz is the kindergarten teacher for Park River School Area students graduate from MSUM MOORHEAD, Minn. -- addition of a 76-seat, small "Off Minnesota State University Broadway" theatre. Moorhead awarded degrees to 408 MSUM offers 69 majors with students during its fall 95 emphases, 16 pro-professional commencement program Dec. 16 programs, 31 areas of teacher in the university's Nemzek licensure preparation, 5 Fieldhouse. About 280 students undergraduate certificates, 10 participated in the ceremony graduate programs, and 4 graduate Alumna Margie Bailly was the certificates. University enrollment commencement speaker. Bailly is 7,497, representing 44 states and earned a bachelor's degree in 53 countries. music from Gfinnell College, and These students graduated with received master's degree in public the following degrees: and human service administration Dana Altendorf of Minto, ND from MSU Moorhead in 1995. and Minto High School graduated Since 1997, Baill has been with a Bachelor of Science in executive director or the Fargo Mass Communications Theatre in downtown Fargo. Her Loft Steinbrink of rafton, ND career highlights include a and Grafton Senior High School successful $3 million renovation; graduatedwith Master of the annual Fargo Film Festival, ScienceinCurriculum & now in its 1 lth year, and the recent Instruction Jamestown College l)ea,s list JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Dr. College offers more than 40 areas Gary Watts, Vice President for of study. With the Jamestown Academic Affairs at Jamestown College Journey to Success, College, announces 284 students emphasis is placed not only on have been named to the Dean's preparing students academically in List for the 2010 fall semester, their chosen areas of study, but The Dean's List includes all also on preparing students through full-time students who, during any an experience that is student- given semester, earn a grade point centered and integrates the liberal average of 3.50 or better on a arts with sound professional minimum of 12 semester credits, programs. The Journey includes a Crystal, N.D.: Rebecca four-year graduation guarantee O'Toole and Edmore, N.D.: and a guaranteed internship. For StaceyNygaard the fourth consecutive year, Estabhshed in 1883, Jamestown Jamestown College is the highest College is a private, liberal arts ranked Top Tier college in North four-year college granting Dakota as ranked by U.S. News & bachelor of arts, bachelor of World Report. Jamestown College science, and bachelor ofscience in has also been named a Best nursing degrees as well as master's Midwestem College by the degrees in education. Jamestown Princeton Review. /" Above: Friday afternoon's snow didnt stop the Park River Elementary School children from playing out- side. Gavin Hell gives Caden Swartz a push on the tire swing, Left:Thats what you call a fresh snow cone. Jaden Eliason uses a toy cone and some fresh falling snow to make a real snow cone! Brittnee Linn, Grade 12: Daughter of James arut Terra Linn. Math and English are her favorite academic subjects. Brittnee is involved in volleyball, track, and music. She also participates in boxing with the Grafton Golden Gloves Boxing Club outside of school. In her spare time she enjoys being with friends, watching movies and going to football and basketball games. Brittnee's desire to succeed comes from her parents. She plans to attend UND in the fall for Forensics. Jefferey Johnson, Grade 11: Son of Joel and Julie Johnson. Algebra II and U.S. History are his favorite academic subjects. He is in involved in golf. Jeffery's out-of-school activities include bowling and golf. In his spare time he enjoys hanging out with friends, golfing and bowling. His desire to succeed comes from'friends and family. He is undecided on his future career plans. Emma Novak, Grade 10: Daughter of Mark and Lara Novak. English, Spanish and History are her favorite academic subjects. She is involved in music and also plays piano in church. In Emma's spare time she enjoys, being with family and playing the piano. Her desire to succeed comes from her parents. Her Above: (Back Row) Jeffrey Johnson - Junior; Brittnee Linn - Senior; and Emma Novak - Sophomore. (Front row) Sarah Kohler -Freshman; Erin Kovarik- 7th Grade; and Hannah Swartz - 8th Grade, (Photo submitted) career aspirations include doing Her extracurricular activities something in the English or include basketball, volleyball, Music field, track, golf and Choir. She Sarah Kohler, Grade 9: participates in her church's Daughter of Dewey and Julie Youth Group out of school. In Kohler. Algebra and English are her spare time she enjoys being her favorite academic subjects, with friends, snowmobiling and going to sporting events. Emma's desire to succeed comes from her family and teachers. She plans to pursue a career doing something in the medical field. Hannah Swartz, Grade 8: Daughter of Sherry Currie and Smart Swartz. Science is her favorite academic subject. She is involved in basketball, volleyball, track and speech. Out of school she plays softball and works part-time at Agassiz Veterinarian Clinic. In her spare time she enjoys practicing basketball and volleyball and hanging out with friends. Hannah's desire to succeed comes from her parents, friends and relatives. She aspires to become a Veterinarian. Erin Kovarik, Grade 7: Daughter of Dale and Rochelle Kovarik. Her favorite academic subjects are Life Science and English. She participates in basketball, volleyball and track. Erin's out- of-school activities include gymnastics and 4-H. In her spare time she enjoys watching and playing sports, spending time with her family and drawing. Her desire to succeed comes from her parents and other family members. She would like to pursue a career in radiology or something in the medical field.