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SC.OOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY [ I, 20 5 Pae 7 McMs arc subject to change without notice EDblORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMOR) Served Daily: Skim milk, saPad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: French toast stix, sauce L: beef stroganoff, corn, bread, fruit Fri- B: breakfast wrap, sauce L: chili, cheese, crackers, caramel rolls, sauce Men- B: omelets, toast, sauce L: race salad w/trimmings, corn, sauce, ice cream bars.(Kaden-'s choice) Tues- B: muffins, sauce L: baked potato bar w/trimmings, dinner roll, sauce Wed- B: cereal, yogurt L: tomato -soup, ggill0_d-6heese, crackers, fruit FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or yeW. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: raised donuts, assorted cereal L: spaghetti w/meat Sauce, garlic toast Fri- B: breakfast pizza L: chef salad w/assorted toppings, cinnamon rolls Men- B: assorted cereal, toast L: hamburger stroganoff hot dish, buns, fresh sauce Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast L: beef stew, whole grain buns, fruit Sauce Wed- B: waffles, syrup L: grilled cheese, tomato soup, crackers, fruit cups rMINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (Mira'o-) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: taco salad Fri- B: muffins, yogurt L: hot ham and cheese on a pun, potato chips, baked beans NIonc 13=:,tbreakfast ,piz;.toast L: sub sandwiches, potato chips Tues- B: cinnamon rolls L: hot turkey sandwich w/mashed potatoes and gravy Wed- B: pancakes, syrup L: BBQ sandwich, baked beans YALI.EY-EDINBUR(; HIGI! SCtiO01. PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, ruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: chicken, mashed potatoes Fri- B: breakfast bagels L: pizza pockets, carrotinis Men- B: breakfast on a stick L: chicken burgers, Sun Chips Tues- B: pancakes, sausage . L: chih, breadsficks Wed- B: cereal, toast L: cheese pizza VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (Hoo!%E) _ Fresh veygies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk 8erred at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches odered as an alternative to the entree, VALLEY-EDINBUR(; Mil)I)LE SCtlOOL Thurs- spaghetti/meat sauce, WG breadstick, green beans Fri- sub sandwich w/topping, baked lays, corn Men- NO SCHOOL Tues- hamburgers, french fries, baked beans Wed- tomato soup, grilled cheese, peas VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL') ...... salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- pork egg rolls, fried rice w/vegetables Fri- chicken fajitas, assorted toppings Men- NO SCHOOL Tues- hot dogs, macaroni & cheese, California medley Wed- fish sandwiches, mashed potatoes, corn VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, vegie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- baked potato, baked chicken, corn, WG dinner roll Fri- subs, tomato, cheese, pasta salad Men- NO SCHOOL Tues- chicken fajitas, tortilla shell, corn, rice krispie bar Wed- tomato soup, grilled cheese, brownie Valley-Edinburg smclents ofthe qmrter sdec00 Photo: Submitted Above: (L to R) Kristy Estad, Anne Viderup Serup, Haley hpole, Emily Swanson, and Taylor Re,ly EDINBURG. N.D. The following stu- dents have been selected as he students of the second quarter o the 201 _.  school year: bv the Valley-Editor_.- i=': %1  ieaching staff. Sdection is based or; rodents time and effort t:'-t into academics, qualities of citizen- ship and positive contribution to school at- mosphere. Senior Class: Kristy Estad. daughter of Marge and Loren Estad Junior Class: Anne Videmp Serup, daugh- ter of Anette Viderup, Gert Serup, and Per Worm, Anne is living with host family Jared and Jessica Ellingson Sophomore Class: Haley Ashpole, daughter of Steve Ashpole and the late Luann Ashpole and Emily Swanson, daughter of Bart and Sophia Swanson FreshmanClass: Taylor Reilly, daughter of Brian and Stacey Reilly New students are selected at the end of each quarter and a Valley-Edinburg High School Student of the Year will be selected from the students of the quarter chosen throughout the year. Second quarter honor roll A Honor Roll 12th Grade Alexandra Braathen Kristy Estad Alex Iverson Rebecca Klose llth Grade Danielle Durand Kayla O'Toole E11isha Pastorek Serup Viderup 10th Grade Haley Ashpole Mikayla Fingarson Rachel Jonasson Emily Swanson 9th Grade Amber Gemmill Wesley Kemp Rachel Klose Alexandra Knutson Courtney Loftsgard Taylor Reilly Casey Vargason Anna Vasel Abby Zidon B Honor Roll 12th Grade Brandyn Chandler Abigail Hunter Jackalyn McCollum llth Grade Charley Hall Steven Kartes Dustin Lorenzen Brock Olafson Benjamin Phelps 10th Grade Paige Anderson Christian DuBois Halley Jackson Sayler Jenson Brooklyn Johnson Dalton Johnson Morgan Laxdal Steven McCollum Shawn Olson Shayla Rouland John Vasel 9th Grade Noah Knutson Bred,, Nelson Second quarter honor roll "A" Honor Roll 8th Grade Isabella Backer Shelby Byron Dylan DuBois Lindsey Iverson Alyssa Kemp Megan Oberg Jessie O'Hara Bailey Phelps Carley Reilly 7th Grade Grace Ashpole Dylan Feltman Tyler Jackson Nathan Gilleshammer Grace Kertz Maria Myrdal Jaiden Kringstad Kaylee Pastorek Emilee Reilly Hunter Sobolik "B" Honor Roll 8th Grade- Andrew Hurt Zachary Larson James O'Toole Isaac Oberg 7th Grade Brendan Durand Luke Estad Ciarria Hulst Halley Hum McKenzie Sapa Conner Slama MARVIN WINDOWS AND DOORS OF 6RAFTON, ND is currently offering full-time production employment for those 18 years of age or older. 1st Shift 6:00am-2:30pm (Monday through Friday) 0verlime as needed 2nd Shift 3:30pm-2:00am (Monday through lhursdays) 0verlime as needed Starling Wage: Starling wage is 12.35 per hour + $1.25 differential pay for 2nd shift Increased to $12.75 per hour after 3 months Excellent benefits for Full Time: Health, Dental, Ufe Insurance, Disability, Rex Benefits, Vacation Time, 9 paid Holidays, Direct Depasils, 401K and Profit Shining. MARVIN Windows ., d Door Please apply in person at: Marvin Windows and Doors of Grafion 14835 Highway 17 West Grafton, ND 58273 Built around you. (701)3524077 MARVIN WINDOWS AND DOORS OF GRAFTON HAS A CLEAN, SAFE ENVIRONMENT WITH CAREER GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU. I Photo: Submitted Above: (L to R) ND American Legion C0mmandm Don Weible, Saman- tha Goerger, Rylan Setness, Megan Steinmetz and Deparlment Oratori- cal Contest Chairman Jerry Samuelson. Park River Area Senior Wms secondplace in ID American Legion OratoricalProgram BISMARCK. N.D. Saman- tha Goerger a senior from the Wyndmere High School is the winner of the ND American Le- gion High School Oratorical Scholarship Program which was held at the Ramkota in Bismarck during the American Legion Win- ter Conference. Samantha re- cetves the traveling C.W, Leifur trophy for her school. Goerger won $925 in scholarships and she was sponsored by the Brown Nel- son American Legion Post #153 of Wyndmere, ND. Each contestant delivered a prepared oration as well as an ora- tion on a randomly assigned con- stitutional topic; Goerger impressed the judges with a speech titled "The Looming Na- tional Sunset". Second place winner was Rylan Setness from Park River Area High School and won $925 in scholarships. Third place was Megan Steinmetz from the Grant County High School. Megan won $700 in scholarships and Oliver Hermanson from the Watford City High School placed Fourth in the contest. Oliver won $700 in scholarships. Since 1938 The American Le- gion National High School Ora- torical Scholarship Program has encouraged the nation's high school students to study the U.S. Constitution and to hone their public speaking skills. Samantha now advances to the National Finals to be held in Indi- anapolis, IN on April 10-12, 2015. The North Dakota American Legion represents nearly 16,500 Legionnaires, 8,000 Auxiliary members and nearly 700 Sons ot the American Legion. The Amer- ican Legion and Auxiliary have been a driving force in the State of North Dakota for more than 90 years, leading the way on issues of importance not only to veterans and their families, but also to the youth of the state and the overall welfare of North Dakota. Photo: Submitted Above: (L to R) Ella ICdtelson, Zoe Muccatira, & Megan Oberg. Muccatira, Oberg advance to county spdling bee in Cavalier CRYSTAL, N.D. On Friday, January 30, Valley-Edinburg Schools recently had a Spelling Bee in the Crystal School to qual- ify two students for the Pembina County Spelling Bee. The winners of the Bee were Zoe Muccatira, sixth grade, first place; Megan Oberg, eighth grade, second place; and Ella Kittelson, fifth grade,alternate. Zoe and Megan will represent the school at the county bee on February 11 in Cavalier. in Pisek, ND Special Menu February 14 *Seafood Special ~ Walleye, Scallops, and Shrimp *Prime Rib, Steak & Shrimp, Walleye and Pork Chops also available Serving 5-10 p.m. Reservations Preferred-- 284-6208 Calb Odstrcil Owner