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JV RCH 6t 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 9 Thur., March 6 - Wed., March s5 Meals =re subject to chat~e without notice ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMEm'^XY (.ADAm) Thurs- 13: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, dinner roll, salad, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: keffla soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, salad, sauce Men- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: taco salad, corn, shredded cheese, lettuce, rice pudding w/raisins, fruit "rues- B: tacgo, sauce L: : hamburgers, pretzels, beans, cheese, pickles, salad, sauce Wed- B: toast, sauce L: pork roast, mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots, dinner rolls, salad, sauce ADAMS-- EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDblORE) Served dally: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: muffins, bananas L: chicken enchilada soup, breadsticks, veggies, orange slices/salad bar Fi'i- B: cereal, toast L: baked potato bar w/trimmings, baby carrots, FF, ranch, sauce/salad bar Men- B: cereal, toast L: build a burger w/trimmings, potato chips, fruit/salad bar Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast, kiwi L: chicken enchiladas, Mexican corn, pear cups/salad Wed- B: cereal, toast L: hamburger gravy, mashed p0tatoes, green beans, w.wh. rolls, dessert/salad bar FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FoaDVILLO ~[ilk & bread ~u~ served daily. Meals are subject to ch~ Thurs- B: waffles, syrup L: soft shell tacos w/assorted toppings, Spanish rice, vcg. tray, fruit cups Fri- B: fro~ed long johns I.: French bread cheese pizza, salad bar/ve tray, fresh fruit Men- B: assorted cereal, toast L: hamburgers in bun, assorted toppings, curly fries, salad bar, fruit sauce Tues- B: Fl"nch toast L: scalloped potatoes w/ham slices, v6T,. tray, corn, fresh fruit Wed- B: fried eggs, toast, cheese slices L: veg. beef w/dumpling soup, cheese slices, crackers,, assorted sandwiches, fruit sauce, reg. tray MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (Mtwro) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all broakf~ts; milk, peanut butter, and bread ~rved with all meal~ Thurs- B: bagel/cream cheese, yogurt L: chicken patties, green beans, veg ies, fruit cups Pri- NO SCHOOL Men- B: cereal, toast L: spaghetti casserole, garlic toast, veggies, fruit cups Tues- B: omelets, toast L: corn dogs, baked beans, baked potato chips, veggies, fruit cups Wed- B: cinnamon rolls, toast L: taco in a bag, salsa, sour cream, lcttuceo cheeseo vcTx~ies, ice cream treat PARK RWER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) 1Hfflk & broad are served daily. Meals ate subject to ehaz~e. Thurs- B: pancakes, sausage, fruit L: hot ham & cheese, baked chips, salad bar, fruit Fri- B: cereal toast, fruit L: homemade cheese pizza, carrotini's, salad bar Mort- B: breakfast on a stick, fruit L: chicken nuggets, raw v~ogies, salad bar, fruit Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast, fruit L: race salad, corn, salad bar, fruit Wed- B: breakfast bagels, fruit L: hot dogs, macaroni salad, salad bar, fruit VALLEY- EDINBU'gG K-4 (HooPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Ve~o$ie, De.serf serv~l with all meals. Thurs- popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, jelly sandwich, fresh veggies, fruit Fri- NO SCHOOL Men- corn dogs, baked beans, romaine lettuce, fresh veggie bar, fruit Tues- chicken noodle soup, carrots, celery, assorted sandwiches, fresh vcggie bar, fruit Wed- taco in a bag, black beans, tomatoes, romaine lettuce, peas, fruit VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH (EDINBURG) Peanut buttor, Jelly, Bread, Milk, V~,sie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs- chicken nuggets, French fries, carrots, v6ggie bar, WGR bun, fruit Fri- NO SCHOOL Men- chicken rice casserole, WGR bun, carrots, vcggie bar, sun chips, fruit Tues- spaghetti w/meat sauce, WGR garlic toast, corn veggie bar, choc. pudding, fruit Wed- hamburger patty, WGR bun, Asian coleslaw w/veggie bar, baked chips, Bush's beans, fruit Above: L to R: Frank Schill, Superintendent, Chance Mack, Juan Castillo, Denver Dvorak, Lauren Sampson, and Matt Ford, Principal Photos: Larry Biri Jr., Raevyn Pesek, EDMORE, N.D. -- Students 0fthe quarterness, hard work, positive attitudes and other at Adams-Edmore High School were Chance great qualities. Mack, Juan Castillo Jr., Raevyn Pesek, Den- The students receive a certificate and a ver Dvorak and Lauren Sampson. $10.00 Scheels gift card. Congratulations These students are nominated and chosen to these students on this great accomplish- by the staff by showing great character kind- ment! Left: Britt and Clara Kjelland read a book together during center time at Gearing Up for Kindergarten, Center: Sherry and Owen Kliniski play a counting game. Right: Kayden Lein explores the water table, earln By Trisha Cole styles and nutrition. The students meet for story Area families have been getting to know each oth- time, a teacher-led activity and snack. Alysha Coff- er Thursday nights at the Park River School. They man, Jaclyn Czymbor, and Trisha Cole are the Park are involved in a program called Gearing Up for River teachers involved with this program. Gear- Kindergarten. The program is designed for parents ing Up for Kindergarten is funded by a grant through and children who will soon be entering the school the NDSU Extension Service. This is the second system. Its purpose is to facilitate child develop- year the Park River School District has offered this ment and social readiness. Parents sign up for ten program to preschoolers and their parents. This year sessions that are held on Thursday nights. Fami- there are 16 families involved. They are enjoying lies interact together for the first 45 minutes at learn- being a part of this fun, hands-on leaming experi- ing centers that explore math, science, technology, ence that will help their family prepare for school motor development and literacy. The second half success. of the night parents gather for a session on such top- Editor's Note: Cole is a kindergarten teacher at ics as: brain development, early literacy, learning Park River Schools. Y Jr classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers f0r0nly [ Call your newspaper 0r 1,866 85.8889 fordetails HELP WANTED HELP WANTED: PART-TIME States Attorney for Nelson County starting ASAP. Wages negotiable. Resumes accepted until April 1, 2013. For in- formation call (701) 247-2463. TIOGA POLICE DEPARTMENT is accepting applications for a K-9 Of- ficer. Must be licensed in North Dakota or able to obtain a license upon employment. Salary DOE. EX- CELLENT benefit package. Hous- ing Available. Experience Preferred. Contact City Hall at (701) 664-2807 or send resume to: City of Tioga Attn: Police Commissioner, PO Box 218, Tioga ND 58852 or email tiogapo- ELEMENTARY TEACHER May-Port CG School is hiring two grade 5 teachers; coaching/advising oppor- tunities available. Send resume and ND teaching license to MPCG School, Attn: Michael Bradner, 900 Main Street West, Mayville, ND 58257 or Michael.bradner@may- HELP WANTED: BOTTINEAU COUNTRY CLUB Head Groundskeeper. Full time, Seasonal, April- Sept. Responsibilities: Main- tenance of the golf course grounds, equipment, facilities. Supervi- sion/management of grounds crew. Salary DOE. (701) 201-0259. MANAGER POSITION WANTED at the New Town Marina. Seasonal from April 15 - October 30. Send in- quiries to Box 607, New Town, ND 58763. AMERICAN GREETINGS IS hiring Party-Time Merchandisers across North Dakota! For a full listing of available positions and detailed job information, please visit us at HTTP://AMERIcANGREETINGS.J OBS. LONE PRAIRIE GRAIN is hiring Op- erations Manager in Agriculture in Maddock, ND. Health, 401k, holi- days, vacation, housing available. EXCELLENT PAY. Can start NOW. Call (701) 438-2441. ELECTRICIANS. HELMERICH & PAYNE International Drilling Co. is currently seeking Electricians to work in our US Land operations in Dickinson, ND. A successful electri- cian candidate will have 3 to 5 years of prior electrical or electronic con- trols experience, an industrial control background and computer skills. We offer competitive wages and benefits package. If you feel you possess the necessary qualifications and wish to be considered for this opportunity, please apply online at Click on US Land Drilling Operations. IMMEDIATE HELP NEEDED in our Agronomy Division. Seasonal Driv- ers: Class A or B CDL positions. Home each night - lots of overtime. Needed in Williston, Culbertson & Zahl locations. Custom Applicator: Applications of crop protection prod- ucts & dry fertilizer. Will be running new equipment - Home each night- lots of overtime. Pay above industry standards for experience. For more information or to apply: Call John or Brent at 701-572-8354. Agronomy Location Manager - Wildrose: Will oversee all agronomy business at location. Competitive Salary DOE along with full benefit package. Agronomy Sales/Agronomist: Due to increase in sales volumes posi- tions are being added in Williston, Wildrose and Zahl. Salary DOE with full benefit package. For both Loca- tion Manager or Agronomy Sales/Agronomist. Send resume to: John Salvevold 317 2rid St West Williston, ND 58801. IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR expe- rienced truck driver! $1000 sign on bonus and competitive compensa- tion package including benefits, va- cation time and performance bonuses. Freight Solutions of Hurds- field, ND specializes in hopper and liquid freight, hauling bulk ag com- modities. We are seeking a quali- fied, professional driver to join our company. Tanker and NH3 experi- ence preferred. Must be able to drive to Canada. If you are looking for re- liable work with a family-owned com- pany, call Chad or Mark at (701) 962-. 3302 or visit DRIVERS $1000 SIGN-ON BONUS. New Pay Program! Earn up to 50 CPM. Home weekly! 2500+ miles, 95% no-tarp. Must be Canadian eli- BISMARCK, N.D. -- The sources Scholarship Endowment North Dakota Water Education will provide scholarships to two Foundation's (NDWEF) deadline deserving students who currently for applications for the Dushinske attend or plan to attend a North & Jamison Water Resources Dakota college or university. Scholarship is April 1. There will Preference will be given to, but be two $1,000 scholarships not limited to, students studying a awarded to one female and one water-related field or whose fam- male applicant, ilies have taken an active role in The NDWEF, family mem- North Dakota water management. bers, friends and colleagues have "This endowment is a testa- established an endowment within ment to the commitment and ef- the N.D. Community Foundation fort both these water leaders gave in Warren Jamison's and Russell to virtually every water project Dushinske's memory called the and water organization in North Dushinske & Jamison Water Re- Dakota," says Michael Dwyer, sources Scholarship Endowment. NDWEF's executive director. The endowment recognizes Scholarship applications are Dushinske's and Jamison's dis- available by calling the NDWEF tinguished service, dedicated officeat 701-223-8332 ore-mail- leadership and life-long devotion ing Contri- to water development in North butions to the endowment can be Dakota. Income from the made to the NDWEF at PO Box Dushinske & Jamison Water Re- 2254, Bismarck, ND 58502. PARK RIVER, N.D. -- K-I2 asked to be limited to 5 minutes Parent/Teacher Conferences will per teacher. The school wel- be held on Thursday, March 7 comes and encourages all parents from 3:30-9:30 pm. Conferences to participate in the conferences. regarding 7-12 students will take place in the High School gymna- Elementary Conferences sium. Parents are to obtain report Students in grades K-2 will cards in the main office prior to have scheduled conference times. meeting with teachers. Parents Notices will be sent out one week are to come as their schedules prior to the conference date. permit. Parents unable to attend Scheduled conference times for on this conference date are asked students in grades 3-6 will not be to contact teachers to set up con- established. 3-6 grade level ferences on other dates. The teachers will be located in the el- school phone number is 284-ementary gym. Because of time 7164. 7-12 teachers will have a constraints, please try to limit half hour meal break from 6:30- conferences to 10 minutes. The 7:00 pro. To alleviate long wait- elementary staff will break for ing periods, conferences are supper from 6:00-6:30 pm. Mark your calendars Fifth Annual Valley-Edinburg SADD Chapter Spaghetti set By Keythe Flaagan ects and also help defray the cost HOOPLE, N.D. -- The Val- of our State SADD convention ley-Edinburg SADD (Students which will be held in Grand Against Destructive Decisions) forks, March 17-19. will be holding a spaghetti dinner Thank you to the community Sunday, March 10, at the Hoople for the great support you have al- School. 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