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MARCH 19, 2014 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur., March - Wed. March Meals are subject to charade without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (ENCORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: breakfast wrap, sauce L: "grill day," hamburgers, hot dogs, Raider beans, fruit Fri- No School-Spring Break Men- No School- Spring Break Tues- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: chicken nuggets, rofini, carrots, bread, sauce Wed- B: muffins, eggs, sauce L: rib sandwich, French fries, green beans, sauce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVlLLE) 2~lk ~ bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- No School Fri- No School Men- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: taco salad w/assorted toppings, nachos, white rice, fresh fruit Tues- B: pancakes, syrup, juice L: cheesy hash browns, BBQ chicken, corn, coleslaw, fruit cups Wed- B: scrambled eggs, toast, juice L: chili cheese corn fritters w/assorted toppings, fruit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (Mirtro) Rruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jell~ and bread served with all meals. Thurs- B: bagel, cream cheese, yogurt L: taco bake, retried beans Fri- No School Men- B: eggs, bacon, toast L: chicken tortilla soup, chicken noodle soup, sandwiches Tues- B: chicken strip salad w/toppings, dinner roll Wed- B: pancakes, syrup L: fmh tac~, corn PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk ate served dally. Thurs- B: No School Fri- No School Men- B: omelets, tohst L: chicken noodle soup, cheese bosco stick Tues- : pancakes, sausage L: pepperoni pizza, carrots Wed- B: scrambled eggs" toast L: hamburger hot dish, green beans UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAK(I'A VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Fresh veg.gies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- hamburger and gravy, mashed potatoes, dinner roll, corn Fri- No School Men- spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, green beans Tues- soft shell tacos/toppings" retried beans" salsa Wed- hot dogs, baked beans, tater tots VALLEY- EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meaL Thurs- mini corn dogs, smiley fries, baked beans Fri- No School Men- chicken burger, triangle hash browns, baked beans Tues- chicken bacon ranch wraps, assorted chips, vegetable Wed- hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, corn VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, ve~gie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- pepperoni F~nch bread pizza, Italian pasta salad Fri- No School Men- chicken rice casserole, green beans, homemade buns Tues- corndogs, sp'mach salad, cookie Wed- turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots/corn, Dixie cup GILBY, N.D. -- Sydney Dale has been selected to the 2014 North Dakota Academic All-State Bronze Team. Sydney is a senior at Midway High School and is the daughter of Jarrod and Kristine Dale of Gilby, North Dakota. Sydney was nominated by Mid- way's Principal George Lee and competed for the honor on a statewide basis in the Class B di- vision. Student selection is based on overall grade-point averages, ACT or SAT test scores, ex- tracurricular activities, communi- ty involvement, and leadership qualities. Gold, Silver, and Bronze Team members were presented a cer- tificate of merit by the North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals. In addition, WDAY and Forum Communica- tions presented a medallion to each team member during the tel- evised "Parade of Champions" at the Boys Class B Basketball Tour- nament in Grand Forks on Friday, March 7, 2014. Certificates of Merit will be sent to Honorable Mention Team members from the North Dakota Association of Sec- ondary School Principals. The North Dakota Academic All-State Program is co-spon- sored by the North Dakota Asso- ciation of Secondary School Prin- cipals and WDAY-TV in Fargo, WDAZ-TV in Grand Forks, KMBY-TV in Bismarck KMCY- TV in Minot and Forum Com- munication Companies. ]01 ~ir-rfrr:,n |/'rr~rrr, rv.n~am n~t"~r, 1 about 45 minutes. Her address focused on the role of the Department of Public Instruction being a service agency and en- couraged teachers to con- tact them if they needed assistance. The majority of her time was spent talking about the implementa- tion of the Common Core and the testing that will begin in the spring of 2015. She urged teach- ers not to become dis- couraged with the results in the first couple of years oftest'mg and to re- alize that the first test is your baseline and that they should focus on con- tinuous improvement from that point on. Superintendent Baesler stated that she was impressed with the quality of Park River Area School's programs and opportunities for their students and that we have a lot to be proud of in our school. Photos: Brook Oahlgren Above: North Dakota State Superin- tendent Kirsten Baesler speaks to the staff of Park River Area Schools about the role of the Department of Public Instruction. Right: Park River Area Superintendant Kirk Ham pres- ents Baesler with an Aggies shirt. i :/i~ ii!!i~ ~( ~ ..... ~i: BISMARCK, ND -- The North Dakota Community Foundation is encouraging Walsh County high school graduates who are current- ly attending college to apply for a scholarship from several of their ex- isting funds. The Lloyd & Martha Haas, Theo Torgerson Memorial, and Victor & Vema Johnson Schol- arship Funds are all intended to fi- nancially assist students who are al- ready enrolled at a college. "We have many scholarships aimed at high school seniors," said Kevin Dvorak, President and CEO of the North Dakota Community Foundation, which manages over 500 funds across the state. "What is different about these funds is that they are specifically designated to go to Walsh County students who are already at college. We want to make sure these college students .know that there are scholarships available for them." A brief description of each fund and its basic criteria follows. For -more information, go to www.NDCF.net/ParkRiver and scroll down to find scholarship fund descriptions and applications. Lloyd & Martha Haas Scholarship Fund Recipient must be a graduate of a Walsh County high school, with a preference for Park River High School students Preference give to students who plan to study in the field of medicine and who plan to return to Walsh County Preference given to students in their first year of study, who exhibit financial need and have high aca- demic credentials Deadline: April 15th Thee Torgerson Memorial Scholarship Recipient must be a Walsh Coun- ty high school graduate Recipient must be currently at- tending a public supported post secondary institution in North Dako- ta Student must be in the last two years of the educational process (Ju- nior or Senior in college) Both academic performance and financial need will be reviewed in making a determination. Deadline: April 15th Victor & Verna Johnson Scholarship Recipient must be a graduate of a Walsh County High School Student must be in the last two years of the educational process (Ju- nior or Senior in college). Academic achievement and fi- nancial need shall be considered in awarding the scholarship. Recipient must enroll as a full- time student (12 credit hours/se- mester). First priority is for students from the Park River/Hoople area, how- ever, multiple scholarships are giv- en and applying is recommended for all Walsh county students who oth- erwise qualify. Priority Application Deadline: June 15th The North Dakota Community Foundation is a public, non-profit tax-exempt corporation which re- ceives and distributes charitable funds to support a wide range of pro- grams which benefit North Dakotans. NIX F currently manages over 500 funds for various North Dakota communities and donors, in- cluding 56 community foundations and over 100 scholarship funds. It holds assets in excess of $50,000,000 and to date has made more than $54,000,000 in grants all across North Dakota. For more information, contact the NDCF at 701-222-8349. Local students awanded with 2013 Fall Semester University of North Dakota President's Roll of Honor GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- 12 hours at the close of the se- deland; Forest River - Taylor The University of North Dakota mester, eight of which must be Schlenk, Benjamin Woods, Emi- has released its 2013 Fall Semes- fore traditional letter grades, ly Woods; Grafton - Joan Kerian, ter President's Roll of Honor. The area students included in Lysette Lopez, Nichole Nelson, To qualify for the President's the list are organized alphabeti- Roll of Honor, a student must have cally by hometown and students' Christopher Seeba; Hampden - Amber Logie, Cassie Logie; Lako- an overall cumulative grade point names: average of 3.80 or higher. The stu- NORTH DAKOTA: Adams - ta - Erica Anderson; Minto - dent must also have earned a William Bata, Michael Haukaas; Stephany Rudnik; Park River- Ce- minimum of 30 semester hours Drayton - Kelton Karboviak; Ed- cell Bonitto; Pisek - Ian F0erster; and have completed a minimum of inburg - Laura Geir, Sadie Son- St. Thomas - Ethan Littlejohn. Area students earn "Straight As" GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- coursework. The award honors the The University of North Dakota late D.J. Robertson, the first dean has published the names of stu- of UND's University College and dents, mostly freshmen, who are a faculty member for 37 years. eligible to receive the D.J. Robert- Robertson helped create Univer- son Award for earning "straight A" sity College in 1955 and served as averages for the 2013 Fall Se- its dean until retiring in 1978. He mester, passed away in 1993. The award is presented to stu- Area scholars include: dents who earn 4.0 grade point av- NORTH DAKOTA: Graflon - erages (straight A) for the semes- Sydney Johnson; Hampden - Tia ter, while completing a minimum Hermanson; Minto - Ramae Nor- of 12 graded hours of academic ton; Park River - Taylor Lehar. Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper -866-685-8889 for details j- HELP WANTED MAY-PORT CG SCHOOL has two CTE instructor positions open beginning August 2014: FAMILYAND CONSUMER SCIENCE and CAREER & TECHNI- CAL EDUCATION (preferred areas include Agricul- ture or TechEd). Apply to Supt, Mike Bradner, MPCG School, 900 Main Street West, Mayville, ND 58257; (701)788-2281, Michael.bradner@may-portcg.com. RN/LPN POSITION available at the Strasburg Care Center, Strasburg, N.D. Competitive wages, benefits available. Call 701-336-2651 for applica- tion. WANTED: SACRED HEART Catholic Church, Carrington, ND, seeks part-time Religious Education Director. Please call 701-652-2519 for more infor- mation. COORDINATOR P/T: PROVIDE support and ac- tivities for high school exchange students. Volun- teer hosts also needed. Apply online: www.aspect- foundation.org AMERICAN GREETING IS hiring Part-Time Mer- chandisers across NORTH DAKOTA! For a full list- ing of available positions and detailed job information, please visit us at WorkAtAG.com H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local established elec- trical company in Williston, ND is seeking Journey- men and Experienced Apprentice Electricians. Oil & gas industry experience a plus! Competitive pay and benefits. 701-774,1001. HELP WANTED in western North Dakota. Great Northern Ag is a pulse processing/seed facility in need of staff. Full details at www.greatnorthernag.com or call 701/497-3082. THE CITY OF Lakota, ND, has an opening for a City Superintendent/Journeyman Lineman. Appli- cant must have CDL Class B with endorsements. Salary is BOE. Contact 701-247-2454 or lako- tact@polarcomm.com RAILROAD VEGETATION CONTROL:Full-time traveling opportunity, 60-80 hours/week, $11- $15/hour, meal allowance, paid lodging & benefit package. RAW, Inc. in Cooperstown, ND - 888.700.0292 [ www.rawapplicators.com I info@rawapplicators:com BULK FUEL/OIL DRIVER: CDL with HAZMAT, good driving record. Background check, drug screen- ing. Competitive wage/benefits. Sign on bonus, PTO. Northwood Co-op Oil, Northwood ND. 701-587-5810. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Min- eral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAssets@qwestoffice.net, 877- 754-3111. NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Contact Kevin ;Pifer 701-238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Services. www.pifers.com LAND FOR SALE PURCHASE/INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY. 40 ACRES $175/MONTH $499 DOWN. Immediate fi- nancing. No qualifications. No penalties. NW Ne- vada near Reno. See www.CheapRuralProperty.com or Call Earl 1-949-632-7066. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE GEOTHERMAL HEATING & COOLING systems. Commercial, residential & shop buildings. Econom- ical heating & cooling. Federal tax credits, electric re- bates available. Earthloop Geothermal Systems, Fosston, MN 218-435-6379. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspapers, radio/-IV sta- tions, specialty publications. Only $25. North Dakota Newspaper Association, 701-223-6397. EVERY NORTH DAKOTA newspaper. That's where your 25-word classified ad will appear for only $150. Contact this newspaper for details. ANNOUNcEMENTS/PERSoNALS FESTIVAL VENDORS WANTED - Watford City Centennial Celebration June 27-28. Expecting 5,000 attendees. Looking forArt, Craft & Commercial Ven- dors. For information go to www.watfordcitycenten- nial.com or call Amanda Kieson at 701-B42-6831 or Whippinstitch@yahoo.com. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC NOTICES ARE your connection to gov- ernment -- available online and searchable by news- paper, city or keyword at www.ndpublicnotices.com.