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PAGE 6 THE PRESS MARCH 19, 2014 News and Notes from Park River Area School Above: Park River Red Machine boys celebrate their victory with the help of the Park River Volunteer Fire Department. home title in Northern Lights Tournament PARK R1VER, N.D.-- set to play the Mayport This year the Park River Red Icedawgs, a team they had lost Machine hosted the Northern to three times during the sea- Lights Tournament, an annu- son. Despite having 6 penal- al B league tournament at the ties throughout the game, the Squirt level. On Friday, Red Machine outplayed the March 7, Park River played Icedawgs, and scored the go Manvel, winning the game ahead goal early in the 3rd pc- with a final score of 11 to 3. riod. They added an empty net goal in the final minute to Their second game was win 4 to 2. played on Saturday, where For the second year in a the team was matched against row, The Red Machine Squirts the Devils Lake Squirt A. brought home the 1st place Red Machine had played the trophy. The mild weather al- A team this season twice, los- lowed the team to celebrate ing both games, 9 to 2 and 11 their championship win with to 2. Going in as the under- a small parade, where hockey dogs, the Red Machine fought fans stood on main street hard and scored the winning showing their support with goal with just a few minutes signs and cheers. The Park left on the clock. They came River Volunteer Fire Depart- out with a big win over DL, 7 ment helped honor the boys' to 6. Finally, for the champi- win with a ride on top of the onship game, Park River was fire truck in the parade. Photos: Submitted Above: We're number one! Back Row (L to R): Elias Markusen, Kaleb Hodny, Trevor Hove, Landon Syrup, John Beneda, Josh Blanchard. Front Row (L to R) Blaine Carter, Jordan Erovick, Landon Carter, Jackson Nelson, Cole 0asheim. Coach Brent Zimmerman J 000 By Patti Kouba get my needs met. . PARKRIVER, N.D.--Ire- If you holler, "Stop that cently saw this post on kidlu- yelling this instant!" your child Also on this site was sees yelling as something one a T-shirt one could order that does when he wants to get his said, "Yell ifYou Like Peace and way. This is hardly the lesson we Quiet!" It's laughable, for sure, want to reinforce for our child. but something that takes place in What is Lost? hundreds of thousands of homes When we yell at our child dur- across the globe. Kids scream, ing heated moments, we have We try to outscream them to stop lost an opportunity to teach him the screaming. What is accom- a better way. Don't let that op- plished with this strategy? What portunity slip your fingers. Stay is lost? calm. Help your child calm Screaming or yelling at a down. Say, "Right now your en- child who is emotionally out of gine is all revved up. Let's take control teaches him a few things: some deep breaths together to 1. Screaming and yelling is help you calm down," or, "You're how we handle big feelings, angry, let's run in place until your When your child has trouble anger is gone," or "How can I regulating his emotions, and help you shrink your anger down you respond in a similar manner so we can solve this problem?" (by yelling or screaming, also), Yelling at a child removes the you are teaching him/her that this possibility of teaching for a bet- is how one deals with over- tertomorrow. Stop yelling. You whelming feelings, can start today! 2. If this is how adults deal These favorite childhood -- with upset feelings, it must be the Red Light, Green Light, Simon right way. Says, Freeze Tag, Statues -- When your child sees you games do more than just pass the dealing with upset feelings by time. They actually help children yelling or screaming, he begins develop self-regulation skills. to think this is the right way. In Each of these games requires his eyes, you are all knowing, that children pay attention, fol- He looks up to you. For better low directions and control them- or for worse. Consider that chil- selves. And that, as we know, is dren learn mostly by imitating very important. what they see. what are mes- Good luck and happy par- sage do you wish to send to your enting! child about managing BIG feel- Editor "s Note." Kouba is the ings? Elementary Counselor for Park 3. 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