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HOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, IANUARY 21,2015 Pa e 7 Meals nr subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: muffins, sauce L: hamburgers, French fries, beans, fruit Fri- B: cereal, yogurt L: pizza, green beans fruit Mon- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: BBQ, French fries, fruit salad Tues- B: French toast casserole, sauce L: kneopfla soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, fruit Wed- B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: taco 'n bag w/trimmings, corn, rice pudding w/raisins FORDVILLE - LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDWLLO A4ilk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to chaz~e. Thurs- B: waffles, syrup L: chicken tortilla soups, assorted sandwiches, cheese slices, fresh fruit Fri- B: caramel rolls, assorted cereal L: hot ham & cheese, pasta alfredo, fresh fruit Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast L: chili cheese corn fritters w/assorted toppings, fruit cups Tues- B: breakfast burrito, L: hamburgers w/assorted toppings, hash browns, fruit cups Wed- B: scrambled eggs, toast L: baked potatoes, ham slices, cream corn, fruit cups MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MmTo) l~uits, vegetables, milk, pe~ut and bread served with =11 meals. Thurs- B: bagel, cream cheese, yogurt L: taco grinders, chips and sauce Fri- B: cereal, toast L: corn dog, baked beans M~~ B: eggs, sausage, toast L: _g~ato'~Soup,-grilled cheese" ~dwiches Tues- B: omelets, toast L: chicken nuggets, mac & cheese Wed- B: pancakes, syrup L: Spaghetti, garlic toast PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS .... (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, #lly, fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs B: frittatas, toast L: turkey/ham/cheese subs, WG Sun Chips Fri- B: bagels, yogurt L: French bread pizza Mon- B: cereal, toast L: chicken burgers, WG bun Tues- B: omelets, toast L: macaroni & cheese, hot dogs Wed- B: cereal, toast L: chili, WG bread stick VALLEY- F-DINBURG K-4 (HooP~E) Fresh v~ies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches ofered as an Mternative to the entree. Thurs- meatballs and gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll Fri- sub sandwich, baked lays, baked beans Mon- tomato soup, grilled cheese Tues- soft shell taco w/toppings, refried beans Wed- hot turkey sandwich mashed potato, cooked carrots VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meaL Thurs- beef stew, biscuits Fri- pork egg rolls, fried rice Mon- chicken noodle hot dish, carrots Tues- bean & cheese burritos, assorted toppings Wed- chicken & gravy, mashed potatoes, bread & butter, corn VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, ruiG retie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic bread sticks, brownies Fri- chicken patty on WG bun, macaroni salad, baked chips Mon- chicken & rice casserole, fresh buns, carrots Tues- hamburger patty on a WG bun, cheese slice, macaroni salad, strawberry short cake Wed- hot ham & cheese, pioneer beans, baked chips FARGO, N.D. -- In late 2013, the International Water Institute partnered with the Red River Joint Water Resource District (RRJWRD) and the North Dakota Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) to offer the River Watch Program to five schoolsin the North Dakota portion of the Red River Basin. This two-year project offers the entire suite of River Watch activities; including River Explorers, Snow and Frost Study, and water quality monitoring of physical, chemical, and biological conditions. The schools involved are Cavalier High School, Valley-Edinburg Middle School, Valley-Edinburg High School, Minto High School, and Larimore High School. In each school, either the Science or Geogra- phy Teacher is the River Watch Advisor and is essen- tial for the success of the program. Educators are able to take these hands-on, field-based River Watch ac- tivities and bring them 'into the classroom' by modi- fying lesson plans and using the activities to meet multiple education standards. Together, these schools monitor water quality at 18 locations at least 3 times per year. Students gain an tmderstanding of basic water quality parameters in- cluding dissolved oxygen, pH, temperature, conduc- tivity, and transparency. Macroinvertebrate samples will also be collected to gain perspective of the bio- logical health of the rivers. By tracking these data over time, students will get a better understanding of how rivers are influenced by environmental and land use conditions and see themselves as part of the water- shed. River Explorers gets students out kayaking on the rivers that they monitor to see first-hand what is in- fluencing local conditions. This introduces students to paddling, provides them a unique view of the river, and is a great way to connect the students to natural re- source professionals by sharing their observations and questions about river conditions. Students use geot- agging waterproof cameras to document the reaches of river they paddle for post-trip sharing and discus- sion. Over winter each school will document frost depth, snow depth, and snow water equivalency at sites near their school. These data are used by flood forecasters to determine how much water there is in the snow- pack that may contribute to spring floods. Frost con- ditions are also an important factor influencing potential spring floods. With deep frost, there may be very little water infiltration into the ground with over- land nmoffmore likely. However in winters with early Photo: Submitted Above: North Dakota River Watch Schools are meas- uring frost depth and snow water equivalency this win- ter to help with flood forecasts. In Edinburg, the frost is deep due to little snow cover. soils instead of running off. As of January 13, 2015 frost depth was 22 inches at the Cavalier frost tube site. In March, many of these schools will be partici- pating in their first River Watch Forum, joining over 20 high school River Watch teams from northwest Minnesota to compare their monitoring results and learn about current resource management issues from professional resource managers. The 2015 River Watch Forum will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Red River Basin River Watch program. The new ND River Watch schools are a welcome and wonder- ful expansion to this successful program! River Watch students have great oppommities to interact with and learn from natural resource profes- sionals, college professors, and from their fellow stu- dents around the Red River Basin who are documenting and sharing their experiences for all to leam from. The Intemational Water Institute looks for- ward to the contributions these North Dakota River Watch students will make to better understand the snow coVer,'tltere be 'dlatiVely little fr0st and sig:' health of watersheds throughout the entire Red River nificant sprinffsn0 e at.i ab/!e to'Lrffittrate the: Basin. GRAND FORKS, N.D.-- The be received by February 18th, ity and Accountability Act fifth annual Rural Collaborative 2015. (HIPAA). Opportunities for Occupational The R-COOL-Health Scrubs The Scrubs Academy is facili- Learning in Health (R-COOL- Academy encourages middle tated by the Center for Rural Health) Scrubs Academy will take school students from across North Health at the University of North place June 15th through the 18th, Dakota to pursue a career in health. 2015 at the University of North Students participate in hands-on Dakota School of Medicine and Dakota. activities and receive information Health Sciences. For more infor- The event is a four-day camp on a variety of health care prates- marion about the camp or to down- for any North Dakota student who sions. Attendees also become cer- load an application, visit will have completed sixth, seventh, tiffed in Friends and Family CPR http://ruralhealth.und.edu/projects or eighth grade. Applications must and the Health Insurance Portabil- /scrubs-program/academy BOTTINEAU, N.D. -- Gov- so that selected delegates may at- ernor Jack Dalrymple appointed tend regardless of their financial Glenda Fauske from the Coali- status. Contributions to the Na- tion for Conservation and Envi- tional Youth Science Foundation ronmental Education (C2E2) to allow delegates to participate in serve as North Dakota's selection this "once in a lifetime" experi- coordinator for the 2015 National ence. Educational and recre- Youth Science Camp (NYSC). ational programming, as well as Two high school seniors will re- meals, lodging, and round-trip air ceive a full scholarship to ex- passage on scheduled airlines are change ideas with scientists and provided free of charge. other professionals from the aca- Delegates arrive in Charleston, demic and corporate worlds. The West Virginia, on Wednesday, nearly month-long experience in- June 17, and depart on Saturday, eludes lectures and hands-on re- search projects presented by July ll,2015. The NYSC is held scientists from across the nation; near Bartow in the eastern moun- overnight camping trips into the tains of West Virginia, within the Monogahela National Forest; and Monongahela National Forest. a visit to Washington D.C. The Application forms are available selected delegates must not only and must be done on-line at the demonstrate academic achieve- NYSC website http://apply.nysc. ment in science, but also show org. Applications must be com- potential for thoughtful scientific pleted before March 1,2015. For leadership, more information, contact: The NYSC experience is of- Glenda.Fauske @ndsu.edu or call fered at no cost to its participants, (701) 228-5446. BISMARCK, N.D. -- Individ- for a class can call the hunter edu- uals interested in taking a hunter cation program in Bismarck at education class in 2015 are re- 701-328-6615. minded to register early as most Individuals interested in re- classes are held the first few ceiving a notice by email when months of the calendar year. each hunter education class is To register for a hunter educa- added can click on the "subscribe tion coUrse, students need to sign to news, email and text alerts" link up online at the North Dakota found below the news section on Game and,Fish Department's -the department's, home page. website, gf.nd.gov Many classes Check the box labeled "hunter ed- will be added over he next several ucation class notification" under weeks, and the res: will be added the education program updates. throughout the year as they are fi- nalized. In addition, SMS text not|flea- To register, click on the online tions of new classes can be sent services tab, and "online course directly to a cell phone. Simply enrollment" under the hunter edu- text "NDGF HunterClass" to cation heading. Classes are listed 468311 to subscribe to this tea- by city, and can also be sorted by ture. start date. To register for a class, State law requires anyone born click on "enroll" next to the spe- after December 31, 1961 to pass a cific class, and follow the simple certified hunter education course instructions. Personal information to hunt in the state. Hunter educa- is required, tion is mandatory for youth who Those who do not have access are turning 12 years old, and chil- to the Internet and want to sign up dren can take the class at age 11. _~'tO~_q.qO A~D U ............ E,~ G2109B 2006 Hummer H3 Red. 56.139 miles .................... 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