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FEBRUARY 2, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur. Feb. 2;- Wed. Feb. 9 Aggie Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thur.: B: Cereal, pbj L: Turkey noodle soup, sandwiches, frosted grahams Fri.: B: Toast, sauce L: Spaghetti/meat sauce, green beans, garlic toast, Mon.: B: Cereal, pbj L: Lasagna hotdish, green beans, sauce Tue.: B: Toast, sauce L: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, Wed.: B: Tac go, sauce L: Subs, salad, chips, bar ADAMS~EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Thur.: B: Long Johns, oranges L: Sausage patties, creamy oven rice, cranberries & vanilla mousse Fri.: B: Cereal, toast L: Hot dogs, tater tots, cole slaw, jello Mon.: B: Cereal, toast L: Pizza, cottage cheese, carrots, fruit Tue.: B: Scrambled eggs, toast L: Chicken enchiladas, chips/salsa, lettuce, fruit Wed.: B: Cereal, toast L: Meatballs, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread re served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur.: B: Fri.: B: Mon.: B: Tue.: B: Wed.: B: MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut buttcr and Jelly served at all brcakasts; milk/peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Thur.: B: Omelets, toast L: Barbecues, baked beans, chips, fruit cup Fri.: B: French toast, toast L: Hot ham & cheese, beans, veggies, fruit Mon.: B: Omelets, toast L: Taco salad, lettuce, cheese, salsa, fruit cup Tue.: B: Cereal, toast L: Chicken nuggets, au gratin potatoes, corn, Wed.: B: Egg patties, toast L: Beefy mac & cheese, beans, veggies, fruit PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur.: B: Scrambled Eggs, toast L: Subs, Potatoes, Veggie Bar/Fruit Fri.: B: Breakfast on a stick L: Chicken nuggets/strips, salad bar/fruit Mon.: B: Breakfast pockets L: Polish sausage, potatoes, veggie Bar Tue.: B: Omelets, toast L: Roasted chicken, potato salad, Veggie Bar Wed.: B: Smokies, fruit L: Chili, breadsticks, Salad Bar/Fruit VALLEY~EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Thur.: Corn Dogs, Mac & Cheese, Vegetable, Lettuce Fri.: Sub Sandwiches, Toppings, French Fries, Lettuce Mon.: Spaghetti & Meat Sauce, Garlic Toast, Vegetable, Lettuce Tue.: Chicken Nuggets, Hash Browns, Vegetable, Lettuce Wed.: French Toast Sticks, Sausage, Vegetable, Lettuce Salad, Fruit VALLEY-EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) Thur.: Pizza, lettuce salad, beans, sandwiches Fri.: BBQ tator tots corn, dessert Mon.: Chicken noodle soup, tuna/bologna sandwiches, crackers Tue.: Taco salad, sandwcihes Wed.: Corn dogs, lettuce salad, sandwiches, baked beans VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thur.: Hotdogs, bush's beans, chips, salad bar, fruit Fri.: Crispitos, salad bar, fruit Mon.: Corndogs, chops and cheese, salad bar, fruit Tue.: Hot ham and cheese, bush's beans, salad bar, fruit Wed.: French bread pizza, salad bar, fruit First Care Health Center on Thursday, February 10, 2011 Give $10 or more to First Care Health Center online at www.impactgiveback.org on Feb. 10th and Dakota Medical Foundation wilI match it! With your help, your online donation of S 10 or more on Giving ttearts Day--Feb. 10, 2011 will help First Care Health Center purchase equipment for our Lab, ER, & In-patient areas. Equipment includes: 2 Accu Veins (vein finder), an urinalysis analyzer, bed scales and/or beds [br In. -patient area, and a microscope tbr the Laboratory. For more information please call Ruth Jelinek at 701-284-4589; 701-284-6728 (after 5 pm); 701-331-1806 RJ First Care Health Center Professional Care With A Personal Touchl saidit, Dakaa00 NOTHING WORKS LIKE N E'.'." Yl_ _'Lr'_ I JDiDVERTISiNG. POETRY OUT LOUD FROM 1 On Friday, Jan. 21, eleven students from grades 9-12 competed in Park River High School's first annual Poetry Out Loud con- test, a national poetry recitation contest sponsored by the ND Endowment for the Arts. Above: Top three finishers included (left to right) Molly Sobolik, Brady Gudgel, and Taylor Schlenk. (Photo submitted by Park River School) Se,:ond quarter honor roll A Honor Roll Grade 12 Margo Moen Blaine Novak Jacy Olson Grade 11 Allie Beneda Mariah Dalbey Grade 10 Chelsea Babb Danielle Foerester Kaylee Johnson Grade 9 Taylor Korynta Jessica Tennison Grade 8 Esten Beneda Jana Northhagen Bethany Novak Grade 7 Jessica Best Josh Ruzicka B Honor Roll Grade 12 Nick Johnson Shayna Ruzicka Bandon Trenda Grade 11 Keith Beneda Nathan Best Blake Erickson Lanson Lipsh Sarah O'Brien Grade 10 Penni Dahlgren Nathan Iverson Andrew Ternquist Grade 9 Whitney Carlso, Brogan Novak Grade 8 Aaron Trenda Grade 7 Jade Olson Preston Sluke Gus Stephanson Cole Tennison Se,:ond quarter honor roll 'A' Honor Roll Seniors Barclay, Sarah Evenson, Brittaney Hovde, Alisa Knoepfle, Patrick Misialek, Alana Nord, Skylar Osowski, Amanda Shutt, Lucas Ulland, Haley Juniors Czapiewski, Leann Mallick, Tyler Stanislowski, Nicholas Sophomores " Altendorf, Kelsey Mondry, Lucas Norton, Ramae Olson, Rachel Osowski, Allison Sangrait Mackenzey Stoltman, Justin Vaudrin, Logan Freshmen Deutz, Emily Odstrcil, Marissa Rector, Caeleigh J 8th Czapiewski, Jamie Mach, Adam Misialek, Erin Stanislowski, John 7th Barclay, Adam Mallick, Jacob A Odell, Zoe Stoltman, Joshua Ulland, Brock 'B' Honor Roll Seniors Lien, Jared Pitts, Johnathon Ulness, Cody Juniors Lutovsky, Jacob Rector, Nolan Youle, Matthew Sophomore Slominski, Callie Freshmen Altendorf, Alyx Miller, John Villanueva, Damian Villanueva, Yaritza 8th Benavides, Juan J. Castillo, Venettia Flanders, Devin Hovde, Haley Misialek, Logan Schuster, Helen 7th Miller, Isaac Waldner, Remy Don't miss an issue 284-6333 wcpress @ polarcom m.com P.O. Box 49 Park River, ND 58270 f'he Value of Spee,:h By Glenn Rost Several years ago I almost reluctantly agreed to help my wife Marcia coach speech. I had no experience in speech and had little interest. Our daughters Amy and Abby had participated successfully, but I hadn't paid much attention. Even when Amy qualified for state speech meets, I didn't recognize it as a significant achievement. I didn't know any better. My focus in extra- or co-curricular activities for all of my coaching career had been upon athletics. That was then and this is now. After helping coach speech, organizing meets, and judging at meets, I have a new appreciation for the importance of speech. I've coached football, basketball, baseball, and track. As beneficial as they are (and I believe they are beneficial), I do not think they have the carryover that speech has into the rest of one's life. I know countless people who are extremely ill-at-ease speaking in front of even the smallest of groups. I have heard that the two things people dread the most are public speaking and death, in that order. That is likely an urban legend, but I don't think anyone would disagree that for many people speaking in front of a group is terrifying. This phobia is just that, an unreasonable fear. I have often told my students that there are things that one needs to fear, like lions, and tigers, and bears. To not fear them is unreasonable. However, many things we fear will not harm us...unless we avoid' doing them. And if we avoid doing things that will not harm us, the fear grows until it is debilitating. For those kinds of fears, there is only one cure. We must face them and do the thing that frightens us. If we do that, gradually most of us are able to conquer the phobia and that frees us. We may even become good at something we once dreaded doing. Of course, in speech, as in athletics, some are more gifted than others. Some take to speech like...like...like a duck takes to water. (I tried to find a more original simile but couldn't.) It is enjoyable to just sit back and watch them get better and better with little or no direction. However, one of the most satisfying parts of coaching speech is to see some rather shy students start to open up, to gain confidence, and to find a niche, a place where they belong. Even those who never even make the finals at a local meet still gain the experience of talking in front of a group. They develop confidence and a sense of belonging that they might not otherwise have gained. One cannot quantify the value of that. That is what keeps us keeping on. Editor's Note: Rost is the co- speech coach for Park River High School. First semester ho,or roll 'A' Honor Roll Seniors: Kacie Becker, Calvin Bina, Ashton Carter, Derek Fladland, Randi Hulst, Philip Schanilec. Juniors: Kaitlin Lindsey, Benjamin Woods. Sophomores: Kathleen Bartuska, Nicholas Schmitz, Kelsey Weber. Freshmen: Sydney Dale, Madison Hulst, Trey Hunt, Benjamin Schanilec, Drew Slominski. 8th Grade: Stephanie Bielawski, Mackenzie Irwin, Mad Sargent. 7th Grade: Cortney Bumett, DesiRae Hanson, Paige Larson. 6th Grade: Jenna Graham, Logan Key, Aiden Robberstad. 5th Grade: Casey Anderson, Andrea Ellefson, Sara Goodoien, Alyssa Machovsky, Jayme McMillan. 4th Grade: Bennett Carter, Vegas Dale, Jason Dombrowski, Thomas Gonitzke, Tatiana McGreevy, Jamie Thorvilson. 'B' Honor Roll Seniors: Felix Contreras, Riley Durkin, William Sampel, Dylan Snobeck. Juniors: Sadie Beyer, Sabrena Couveau, Steaphan Downer, Ashley Hamrick, Abbrielle Handeland, Hanna Klemm, Nathan Linstad, Morgan Walker. Sophomores: Cole Fossum, Susanna Hansen, John Sampel, Jacob Stafford, Bruce Umphrey. Freshmen: Mikaila Boxley, Callie Downer, Daisy Dupree, Benjamin Fossum, Emily Hicks, Dalton Irwin, Ryan Thorvilson. 8th Grade: Nathan Bartuska, Kyle Becker, Korina Fredlund, Derek Goodoien, April Handeland, Corbyn Robberstad, Katlyn SnoBeck. 7th Grade: Kieran Anderson, Shelby Dahley, Carly Magnus, Jarek Paschke, Hanna Sampel, Wyatt Wasylow. 6th Grade: Sara Demers, Elijah DePyper, Andrew French, Justyn Korynta, Emylee Landeis, Cole Manzini, Delanie Martinez, Ethan Thompson. 5th Grade: Jimmy Joe Burnett, Nicholas Dahley, Alex Key, Isaac Lopez, Kyle SnoBeck. 4th Grade: Trinity Cavanaugh, Harmony Downer, Madison Geisinger, Angelica Macias, Casey Olmstead, Alyssa Paschke, Donovan Temel, Ogden Wasylow, Olivia Wasylow. HELP WANTED: NORTH STAR COOP IN PARK RIVER IS LOOKING FOR A CONVENIENCE STORE CLERK KITCHEN HELP STARTING IMME- DIATELY. NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS. CALL 284-7007 ASK FOR JENNIFER