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ThE WALSH COUNTY PRESS • WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 20 5 r i ii r i Pa e 7 Thur. Feb. 4 .... -Wed. Feb.n Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: SEre milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: cinnamon roll, sauce L: turkey gravy, mashed potatoes, peas, squash, bread and sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt L: fajitas, w/trimmings, refried beans. corn, fruit Men- B: omelets, toast, sauce L: chicken burger, rotini, carrots, sauce and rice puddings Tues- B: oatmeat, toast, sauce L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, green beans, fruit Wed- B: cereal, yogurt L: scalloped potatoes & ham, peas, dinner rolls, sauce FORDVILLE~LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or reg. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: choc. chip muffins, assorted cereal L: chili w/bread stix, cheese slices, crackers, fresh fruit Fri- B: grilled cheese L: subs w/assorted toppings, nachos, fruit cups Men- B: assorted cereal, toast L: hamburgers in bun w/assorted toppings, French fries, fruit sauce Tues- B: pancakes, syrup L: loaded baked potato soup, assorted sandwiches, cheese slices, crackers, fruit cups Wed- B: fried eggs, toast L: oven baked chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, glazed carrots, fruit cups MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jell~ and bread sel~ed with all meals. Thurs- B: bagel, cream cheese, yogurt L: soft shell chicken race, chips and sauce, refried-bearm Fri- q3~ ~6~e'~il, t~i~t 1."'lo~drd:-~ baked potato, din~jer roll Men- B: eggs, sausage, toast L: chili, bread sticks Tues- B: omelets, toast L: -chicken cordon bteu~--Prench fries Wed- B: French toast, syrup L: pizza hot dish PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jellyj fruit, salad bar, and milk are se~ed daily. Thurs- B: pancakes, sausage L: BBQ pork on bun, Sun Chips Fri- B: cereal, toast L: French bread pizza Men- B: French toast, sausage L: BBQ'S, beans Tues- B: cereal, toast L: pancakes, sausage, applesauce Wed- B: breakfast pizza L: tater tot .hot dish, green beans VALLEY~ EDINBURG K-4 (HOOl~E) Fresh vcggies (lettuce, broccoli, .- - ~arrots, cttcttmb~$,-c~lery'), fruit and milk served at each meaL Peanut Butter amd Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. HAS YOUR CORN FARM Thurs- chicken and gravy, mashed potato, corn, dinner roll .......... Fri- chicken nuggets, hash browns, baked beans, dinner roll Men- pepperoni pizza, peas Taes- hotdogs, tater tots, carrots Wed- race in a bag, black beans, salsa VALLEY~EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milkserved at each meal. Thurs- BBQ'S, French fries, peas Fri- spaghetti/meal sauce, garlic bread, green beans Men- chicken strips, French fries, baked beans Tues- pepperoni pizza, peas Wed- chicken bacon ranch wraps, baked beans- EARLY DISMISSAL VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, vc~gie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meal& ~Thurs scalloped potat~s~ ham, corn, WG bun Fri- French bread pizza, pasta salad Men- macaroni hot dish, French bread, carrots Tues- BBQ on WG bun, Italian pasta salad, cookie Wed- crispitos, cheese, salsa, apple crisp - -- Jut ....... -- ..... J ilmll ..... ml .............. ,~, ,ira , Photo: Submitted Left: Joe Torgerson - Polar Board Member, Matt Ford, Diane Martinson, and Frank Schill, all representing Edmore School. Right: Supt. Michael O'Brien - Fordville-Lanldn School along with Fordville-Lankin students, and Jon McMillan, Polar Board Member. proposals including an overview of their project abswact, goals, narrative, and budget information. Accredited PK- 12 schools in Polar's service territory were eligible to apply. Polar Com- mtmications awards up to $5000 per year with each grant not to exceed $2500. Schools winning the 2014-15 Polar Technology Grams were the following: • Edmore Public School - $2,500 - "Millenniars Master- ing Multimedia" Project • Fordvitle-Lankin Public School - $2.500 - "Computer Games for Critical Thinking" Project This is the seventh year that Polar has provided this grant to schools they serve, totaling $35,000 given to enhance tech- nology in the classroom. Polar is proud to invest in our schools and the community providing value for the future. First semester honor roll A Honor Rolls 5th Grade: Khaleela Korynta, Goodoien, Alyssa Machovsky, Seniors: Mackenzie Irwin, Teah Amy Larson, Chloe Lunski, Jamye McMillan McLean, Mari Sargent Alexandria Teruel 8th Grade: Allison Butters, 8th Grade: Vegas Dale, Jason, 4th Grade: Michael Focsa, Rebecca Ford, Thomas Dombrowski, Harmony Kaden Moen, Molly Thompson Gonitzke, Faith Johnson, Trinity Downer, Madison. Geisinger. Korynta, Valerie Kuglin, Ashley Tatiana McGreevy, SamanthaB Honor Rolls ....... McAdam Overend, Alyssa Paschke. Seniors: Donna Anderson, 7th Grade: Jacob Ford, Isaac Donovan Teruel. Jamie Tho :ilson. Ogden \\ : svlow. Nathan Bartuska, Kyle Becker, Teruel Olivi:. Wasylow Stcphanie Bielawski, Michael 6th Grade: Jamie, Bumett. Juan 7th Grade: Avery Moen. Durkin. Derek Goodoien, April Villanueva Kaelan Robberstad. Justin Handeland, Corbyn Robberstad, 5th Grade: Trent Bemier, Sargent. Rebecca SauvageauKatlyn SnoBeck Sturgis Dale, Brianna Foley, 6th Grade: Kavla Becker, Juniors: Cortney Burnett, Nevaeh Yon Jamison Irwin, Haven Korynta, Matthew Nicholas-Rousseau 4th Grade: Kiera Hansen. Kanon Moen, Elizabeth Sophomores: Jenna Graham, Danni Korynta, Hunter Lietz, Schanilec, April Schmitz, Logan Key, Aiden RobberstadEmma Manzini, Megan Rachaele Soderman Freshmen: Corbin Vutters, Sara Overend quarter honor roll A Honor Rolls Beatrice Kjelland Max Berger Nick Whaley 12th Grade Annie Koenig Katie Bohn 8th Grade Carter Arendt Julia Koppang Kayla Bol n Kendra Beck Samantha Blixt Kristen Larson Cordell Carlson Lane Bell Courtney Clemetson Josephine Markusen Phoebe Francis Paige Bennington Amber Gillespie Morgan Seim Alexis Greicar-Pic Austin Brandvold Seth Helgeson Courtney Shirek Abraham Hankey Jacob Brodina Albert Irvine Elaina Swartz Kiri Kaste Hannah Gordon Hope Jehlicka Charles Thompson Daniel Onstad Josh Ham Isak Johnson Toby Zikmund Noah Skavhaug Richard Jones Taylor Nelson 8th Grade Hannah Swartz Hailey Jurgens Rylan Setness Bennett Carter Noah Zimmerman Sandra Kjelland Alexa Thompson Gracyn Cole llth Grade Gavin Miller Claire Welch William Gaarder Diana Bata Madelyn Sanderson llth Grade Allie Hjelmstad Emily Bratlie Bailey ?'hroeder Brendan Carter Owen Irvine Levi Cudrnore Mic, h . etness Peyton Cole Kylie Jacobsen Matthew Dobmeier En' ,mith Cadyn Hunter Alexia Langowski Daman Flaten Jordan Johnson Marls Miller Kaitlyn Nelson Nicholas Thompson Erin Kovarik Kendra Misialek Alana Orstad Joey Troftgruben Emily Laaveg Sadie Myrvik Amanda Seim Adam Zavalney Spencer Rehovsky Amy Seim Kirsten Whaley Nathan Zavalney Emily Zikmund Mason Wilmer Will Zimmerman 7th Grade 10th Grade 7th Grade 10th Grade Josephine Brodina Jackson Hankey Lilly Bina Dante Irvine Ethan Chalich Elijah Hylden Gillian Brouillard Ethan Peterson Jayse Fontaine Dylan Myrvik Shantel Carlson Alec Setness Shane Gaarder .Ifedayo Omotunde Cheyenne Gillespie Jenna Zavalney Jayden Hove Casey Solseng " Destinee Hahn ........ 9ih Gi'ade ............ Kyza Kadlec Steven Thompson Sydney Porter Britton Bina Joe Larson Anne Welch Kaitlynn Scherr Zachary Bosh Alex Midgarden 9th Grade Brooke Shirek Kaitlyn Eliason Maison Munoz Kaitlyn Blake Julia Sveen Jacob Erovick Seth Nelson Gretchen Brummond Karina Whaley Ian Helgeson Matthew Novak Sawyer Cudmore Zach Hell Kyla Spoonland Jacob Ham B Honor Rolls Will Magt sson Marc Stigleman Jace Jehlicka 12th Grade Emily Morgan Jaylie Woods BISMARCK. N.D. The Dakota North Dakota Community Foun-• Studem must be in the last dation is encouraging Walsh two years of the educational County high school graduates process (Junior or Senior in col- who are currently attending col- lege) lege to apply for a scholarship • Both academic performance from several of their existing and financial need will be re- funds. The Lloyd & Martha Haas, viewed in making a determina- Thee Torgerson Memorial, and tion. Victor & Verna Johnson Scholar- • Deadline: April 15th ship Funds are all intended to fi- Victor & Vema Johnson Schol- nancially assist students who are arship already enrolled at a college. • Recipient must be a graduate "We want to make sure that el- of a Walsh County High School igible college students know that • Student must be in the last there are scholarships available for two years of the educational them." said Kevin Dvorak, Presi- process (Junior or Senior in col- dent and CEO of the North lege). Dakota Community Foundation, • Academic achievement and which manages over 500 funds financial need shall be considered across the state. Abriefdescription of each fund in awarding the scholarship. • Recipient must enroll as a and its basic criteria follows. For full-time student (12 credit more information, go to hours/semester). www.NDCF.net/ParkRiver and • First priority is for students scroll down to find scholarship from the Park River/Hoople area, fund descriptions and applica- however, multiple scholarships tions. Lloyd & Martha Haas Scholar- are given and applying is recom- ship Fund mended for all Walsh county sin- • Recipient must be a graduate dents who otherwise qualify. of a Walsh County high school, • Priority Application Deadline: with a preference for Park River June 15th High School students The North Dakota Community • Preference give to students Foundation is a public, non-profit who plan to ,.:udy in the field of tax-exempt corporation which re- mecici e who plan to return ceives and distributes charitable to Walsh County funds to support a wide range ot • Preference given to students programs which benefit North in their first year of study, who ex- Dakotans. NDCF currently man- hibit financial need and have high ages over 500 funds for various academic credentials North Dakota communities and • Deadline: April 15th donors, including 60 community Theo Torgerson Memorial foundations and over 100 scholar- Scholarship ship funds. It holds assets in ex- • Recipient must be a Walsh cess of $50,000,000 and to date County high school graduate has made more than $54,000,000 • Recipient must be currently in grants all across North Dakota. attending a public supported post For more information, contact the secondary institution in North NDCF at 701-222-8349. Despite China's refusal to approve Syngenta's 6M0 seed, Syngenta continued to sell its seed to U.S. corn farmers. When China banned U.S. corn imports, the price of corn fell dramatically, and corn farmers across the country lost BILLIONS of dollars. We represent individual farmers. Our team represented over 2000 individual farmers in the Rice GMO claim. 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