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SCHOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS - Wednesda , Februar |3,20I9 Thur, Feb. 14 - Wed, Feb. 20 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) ‘ Skim milk, salad bar option, juice/fruit, whole wheat products served daily Thurs» B: HB eggs, toast, fruit Fri~ B: pancakes, fruit L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers, fruit Mon~ B: yogurt, toast, fruit L: baked potato, diced ham, broc~ coli Cheese, chili, bread, sauce Tues~ B: cereal, fruit L: hot dogs, chips, beans Wed~ B: oatmeal, toast, fruit L: vegetable beef soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, sauce ' FORDVILLE—LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) ‘ Milk & bread, fruit and salad bar or veg. tray served daily Thurs- B: scrambled eggs, toast L: taco hot dish, garlic bread, fresh fruit Fri- No School Comp. Day Mon~ B: Cereal 1.:Cook's Choice 'I‘ues- B: pancakes, fruit cups L: hot dogs, pasta salad, baked beans, chips, fruit sauce Wed~ B: mixed berry coffee cake, assorted cereal L: chicken enchiladas, chicken flavored rice, fruit cups MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) ’ Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly served with all meals Thurs~ B: breakfast pizza L: lasagna, garlic toast, cookie l‘ri— NO School Mon~ No School Presidents’ Day Tues~ B: cereal bars, ycgurt, Ce: real 1.: hot dogs, coleslaw, chidfi 8: cinnamon rolls, cereal L: loaded nachos, refried beans g». PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) " Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar and milk served daily. 'l‘hurs— B: frittatas, toast L: pork roast dinner, mashed potatoes, dollar run, green beans Fri~ B: cereal, toast 1; chicken ba— con wraps, mac. salad Mon» B: Breakfast Wraps, Salsa L: Chicken Strips, Green Beans Tues~ B: pancake on a stick L: taco in a bag, refried beans Wed~ B: sausage, egg & cheese biscuits L: sweet & sour chicken, fried rice, broccoli VALLEY—EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Fresh veggies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alter- native to the entree. Thurs-r ’l‘BA~Make Up Day Fri— No School Mon~ spaghetti, whole brain breadstick, peas 'l‘ues~ mandarin chicken, brown rice, stir fry veggies Wed~ BBQ’S, baked VALLEY~EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal Thurs» TBA~Make Up Day Fri- NO School Mon~ hard shell refried beans, assorted toppings, tropi~ cal fruit Tues~ chicken noodle soup, crackers, grape uncrustables, pineapple Wed~ BBQ’s, triangle hash browns, peas, peaches VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL V (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals Thurs~ TBA~Make Up Day Fri~ No School Mon- lasagna, breadsticks Tues hot dogs, French fries, pasta salad Wed— chicken fajita quesadilla Polar Communications to sponsor student for F RS Youth Tour PARK RIVER, ND. -»-~- The Foundation for Ru— ral Service’s (FRS) annual Youth Tour is one of the most visible examples ofthe foundation’s involve— ment with, and commitment to, rural youth. This years” Youth Tour will be held June 1—5, 2019. Each year, in collaboration with NTCA member compa- nies, FRS brings rural students from across the Unit- ed States to Washington, DC, for a four~day tour of some of the most historical sites in the nation. While there, students also learn about the telecommunica- tions industry, as well as the regulatory and legisla— tive processes. Educational sessions on these topics are greatly enhanced by site visits to the US. Capi- tol and the FCC to meet with industry leaders and members of Congress. The students are also given ample time to explore the nation’s capital and its many Above: PaIk River Area honorees: (L to i and Isabelle Irvine. , ‘r Honorablemotions in An Portfolio, and two Silver Key Awards in Mixed Media. “When we stepped up to serve as state affiliate for the awards in 2014,, there were only 20 entries from the state of North Dakota. By publicizing the awards to every school in the state, participation in- creased exponentially to 120, then 200, then 300, and this year to 4 I 7 total submissions,” said Kelly Sas- si, NDSU associate professor of English education and director of the Red River Valley Writing Proj— ect. “Every teen in North Dakota, from Belcourt to Beulah, from Williston to Wahpeton, deserves a Chance to be recognized for creative talent in writing and at Our sum— mer workshops support both teach- ers and students in honing their skills.” North Dakota Gold Key winners in writing are: Flash Fiction: Peyton Blotsky, Watford City Journalism: Abigail Brooks, Fargo a .11. n g A o —_-—..—.——-——_.-—-u.—— ___ —_—-——..-_—_..—— -._- Central High School in 2003. She received a B.F.A. from Savannah College of Art & Design and also studied fine art In Florence, Italy. A career in marketing and design led Kat to Chicago, and later Mil- waukee, before she and her hus- band moved to rural Grafton to . .. . ---=-.-= attractions. Novel: Sumaiyah Alyadumi, Wailbrd City Personal Essay/Memoir: Megan Ausk, Kindred Matteo Johnson, Kindred Manisha Karki; Fargo Annelise Klein, Bismarck Anna Stoppleworth, Kindred Poetry: Therese Byankuba, Fargo Srinath Kandooru, Bismarck Sunni Parisicn, Belcourt Science F iction/ Fantasy: Samuel Tschaekofske, Bismarck Mason Wilmer, Park River Short StOIy: Olivia Drake, Fargo Jacob F risinger, Bismarck Gold Key winners in art are: Drawing and illustration: Deanna Rose (2 awards), Grand Forks Comic An: Jennifer Chao, Fargo Painting: Fischer Ackerson, Sherwood Yuki Coyle, Fargo Deanna Rose, Grand Forks raise their family. Kat continues to work fiom home as an artist, author, and illustrator. To celebrate the release of her first book, Where l Fly: A Hockey Story, Kat will be visiting area 10— cations to do readings, book sales, and signings. All ofher events in— To qualify, the student’s parents must be voice or broadband subscribers of Polar, and the student must be age 16 or 17 years old at the time ofthe Youth Tour. Along with applying. students are required to write an essay on modern technology. Deadline for entries is March 1, 2019. Applications can be obtained from your high school guidance counselor or online at wwwlhinkpolarcom. Please encourage students to participate in this great opportunity. Applications and information re- garding the Youth Tour and scholarships can be ob- tained from your high school guidance counselor or found online at wwwlhinkpolancom. For ques- tions please contact Carol Lallaise at 70 I 284—436] or email: cIahaisemgpolartelcom. R) Amy Seim, Mason Wilmer, Kendra Beck, Gracyn Cole, Lexi Langowski, photography? Photo: Submitted Jakob Bloomquist, Tower City Ryley Dahl, Fargo Olivia Propeck (2 awards), Far- go Sculpture: Eva Sobak, Fairdalc Gold Key, Silver Key, and Hon— orable Mention award—winning works will be on display at the Plains Art Museum’s Station Gallery from Feb. 2-Ma1‘eh 9. The state ceremony is scheduled Saturday, March 9, at 5:30 pm. at the Plains Art Museum in Fargo. All students, educators, judges, families and friends are invited to attend. The winners of NDSU’s new scholar~ ships in art and writing also will be announced at the ceremony by Re— becca Weaver~IIightowcr, Chair of the English department, and Michael Strand, chair of the art de- partment. All Gold Key winners are for— warded to New York City for na— tional adjudication. The national winners will be announced on March I2. Cludc free children’s activities and the general public is invited to at- tend. Kat’s books will be available for purchase at her events, in hard- cover or soficovcr formats, and can also be ordered onlinc on Ama— zoncom or CuriousCatBookscom, or by calling Curious Cat Books at Youth Hockey Jamboree at the Aggie Articles News and Notes from Park River Area School Global Play Day By Larissa Solseng PARK RIVER, N.D. ~»~ On Wednesday, February 6th kinder- garten celebrated Global Play Day. Global Play Day is a day used to play unstructured and without the use oliclectronies. It is actively promoted by schools around the world and en~ courages students to use their imaginations and their creativity. It was a welcome day after all the cold weather that has kept us cooped up the past few weeks. Throughout the day we played board games, built Lego struc— tures, and played team building games. The kindergartencrs used their skills to work together and enjoy a day ol‘electronic lice play. Overall, it was a fun day filled with laughter and smiles all around. Editor 3' Note: Solseng is a kindergarten [cue/161' at Park River Area Elementary School. VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL Second Quarter Honor Roll “A” Honor Roll Jaycob Chandler (12) Dylan DmeS (12) Lindsey Iverson (l2) /?ndrengun((112%) Zach Larson (I2) saac erg . ( Megan Oberg (l2) Milt] Nofnlqr} (12) Bailey Phelps (12) JCSSIC O Ham (12) Grace Ashpole (1 1) Jafncs O T9016 (12) Dylan Feltman (1 1) Carley Reilly (I2) Jasmin Witmcr ( 12) Christian Dufi‘(l 1) Nathan Gilleshammer (I 1) Tyler Jackson (1 I) ISTQCCRECTSZ {g 11 1)) Brendan Durand ( l l ) aria yr 3 .7 . Kaylee Pastorek (I l) [fitififslllg Emilee Reill (11) . “y . L y J‘ d“ Knn Istad(l 1) Hunter Sobol1k(ll) ‘1‘ m , 5 Chloe Gemmill (10) McKanIC Sana ( l 1,) Zoe Muccatira (10) Connor Slama (l I) Katelyn Oberg (10) , Tyson Backer (10) Alex Swanson (10) Tristan Hall (10) JEN: KIEelbsfm Jesse Johnson (10) or an a ".16 Meghan Lorton (10) W att Sobollk 9 Emily Steinman((g) Hannah Obcrg ( 10) Brayden Johnson (9) “B” Honor Roll lélySC Larson (9) Isabella Backer (12) Gwyneth Wiclcr (9) VALLEY-EDINBURG J UlNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Second Quarter Honor Roll ’ “A Honor Roll” Rocco Hepokoski (8) Isabella Dreger (8) Justin Klose (8) Hailey Lannan (8) Andrew Myrdal (8) Logan Wieler (8) Gwyneth BuITell ( 7) Evan F eltman (7) Aniche Cuny (7) Isabella Moon (7) Everett F Cde (7) Calvin Otto (7) Jaysc Gullickson (7) Madison Sobolik (7) Garrett Halldorson ( 7) Harley Hilde (7) “B” Honor Roll Connor Hurtt (7) Clare Ashpole (8) Charlie Kittclson (7) Killian Burrell (8) Logan Loftsgard (7) FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL Second Quarter Honor Roll A Honor Roll Addison Skibicki Grade 10 Grade 12 Madilyn Gerszewski Sydney Beneda B Honor Roll samuel Hagen Marissa Sluke Grade 12 'G‘rade 8 Grade 10 Jack Whaley [91(31): 2': diagrry Vanessa Cooper Bryce Wood Kelvin Cooper Grade 7 Grade 11 Colton Gemmill Emma Hagen Dylan Rasmusson Robert Wells 1-800—909-9698. Kat will visit Park River on February 16th during the Mite Saturday, February 16 Time: 9:00 A.M.~~3:00 P.M.* Chris Midgarden Arena, 510 W. 6th Street, Park River, ND. Free Kids Activities *Jamborcc Schedule is TBD, but this is an approximate window of time Chris Midgarden Arena. Details are listed below: Book Signing and Sales during the “Mite” Youth Hockey Jamboree "0,1,150‘” SlalGWldfl alfl$$lflfid$ with in all 90 North Dakota for only for details ’ NORTH {)AKOIA NEWSPAPER ASSOC HELP WANTED WAWS P infrastructure including of all ND newspapers, radioffV sta- , Reach all of North Dakota Your classified ad will appear IATIO daily and weekly newspapers Call your newspaper or 1-866-685-8889 FARMERS UNION OIL In Buxton is hiring a general manager. Must have managerial skills and ability to obtain CDL with endorsements for bqu fuel delivery. Salary DOE. Benefits in- cluded. More details at www.traill- countyedc.com/jobs/general-man— ager—3/. Email resumes ' to farmersunionbuxton@gmail.com. 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