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MARCH 23, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur. March. 24 -Wed. March 3o Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS~EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thur.: B: Cereal, PBJ L: Hot dog, fries, beans, relish, fruit Fri.: NO SCHOOL Men.: B: Cereal. PBJ L: Stroganoff hotdish, green beans, sauce Tue.: B: Toast, sauce L: Bake~t potato, ham, chili, broccoli cheese. sauce \Ved.: B: Cinnamon toast, sauce L: Hot ham & cheese, fries, beans, jello/topping ADAMS~EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Thur.: B: Frosted cinnamon rolls, applesauce L: Chili. whole wheat rolls, broccoli, peach cups Fri.: NO SCHOOL Men.: B: Cereal. toast L: Sausage patties, forint, romaine lettuce, banana bars Tue.: B: Long Johns L: Rib patties, fries, spinach salad, apples, oranges \Ved.: B: Cereal, toast L: Chicken patties, mashed potatoes, cream corn. blueberry crisp FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur.: B: Long Johns. cereal L: BBQs, chips, beans, mac salad, fruit sauce Fri.: B: Blueberry muffins L: Fishburgers, fries, coleslaw, fruit sauce, vcg. tray Men.: B: Cereal, toast L: Hamburger macaroni hotdish, veg. tray, buns. fruit sauce Tuc.: B: Bagels w/topping L: Chicken tortilla soup, sandwiches, fruit sauce Wed.: B: Scrambled eggs, toast L: Soft shell tacos, nachos, Spanish rice. reg. tray, fi'uit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with aII meals. Thur.: B: Scrambled eggs L: Chicken patties on bun. green beans, ve& ies, fruit'cup ti.: B: Cereal L: Grilled cheese sandwiches w/tomato soup, veggies, crackers, fruit cup Men.: B: Omelets L: Taco salad, lettuce, cheese, salsa, sour cream. fruil cup Tue.: B: Waffles L: Meatballs w/gravy, mashed potatoes, corn. fruit cup Wed.: B Cereal L: Chicken strips, scalloped potatoes, veggies, fruit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur.: B: Cereal. toast L: Taco salad, corn, salad bar. fruit Fri.: B: Turnovers. apple cinn. biscuits L: Cheese pizza, salad bat'. i fruit 1on.: B: Breakfast bagels, fruit L: Chicken nu&qets, fries, salad bar. lue.: B: French toast, sausage L: Mac and cheese, hot dogs, salad bar, fruit Wed.: B: Bagels, yogurt L: ttot ham and cheese, rice/pineapple, salad bar VALLEY~EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Peanut butter, JelI~ Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Thur.: Hot Turkey Sandwiches, Mashed Potatoes. Gravy, Vegetable. lettuce Fri.: Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese, Vegetable, Lettuce VALLEY~EDINBURG 5-8 {CRYSTAL) Thur.: Diced chicken in gravy, mashed potatoes, veggies, sandwiches, dessert Fri.: Egg salad/tuna sandwiches, tomato soup, cheese and crackers. dessert Men.: BBQ, smilie potatoes, green beans, dessert Tue.: Mini corn dogs, lettuce salad, baked beans, dessert Wed.: Chicken enchilada, rice. sandwiches, dessert VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thur.: Crispitos, salad bar, fruit, moo cake Fri.: Cheese pizza, salad bar, jello Men.: Taco salad, salad bar. apple crisp Tue.: Hot dogs, pioneer beans, salad bar. fruit Wed.: Baked potato, assorted toppings, bar b q meatballs and smokies, salad bar, fruit LCLe$ PARK RIVER. N.D. The Park River Student Council. under the direction of their advisors, Amanda Gull and' Maribeth Anderson. worked with their school board and administration to help pass comprehensive tobacco- free policies for their school. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that schools develol and enforce policies to prohibit tobacco use by students, staff, parents and visitors on school grounds, in school vehicles, and at all school- sporisored events, those held both on or off school property. Tobacco is a powerful, addictive drug, and many teens begin using cigarettes or spit tobacdo at a young age. It is well established that tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death and disease in the United States and that more than 80 percent of adult users started before age 18. The high school smoking rate in North Dakota is 22.4%, which is higher than lhe national average of 19.8%. For example, with 191 Park River High School students, statically speaking this indicates that approximately 43 students are smokers. The Park River School. along with all other schools in Walsh County has taken the next step to help improve these statistics. Setting a comprehensive tobacco- flee school policy that prohibits all tobacco use is one step in building a healthier future for our youth. A comprehensive tobacco-free Above: Park River students Lee Jelinek, Alaina Myrdal, Cody Brust and Molly Sobolik accept a plaque on behalf of Park River Schools. (Photo: Submitted) school policy does more than deter individual tobacco use. It benefits everyone by reducing exposure to secondhand smoke. According to a 2006 Surgeon General's Report. there is no risk-free level of exposure to secondhand smoke. As little as 30 minutes of exposure to secondhand smoke can affect the coronary arteries of healthy, . young nonsmokers. It causes acute and chronic respiratory disease and causes or exacerbates asthma, ear infections and upper respiratory infections primary causes of school absence. Student council members who actually presented the proposed policy to their school board include: Lee Jelinek. Alaina Myrdal. Cody Brust and Molly Sobolik. The Walsh County Health Department presented a plaque to these student council members in recognition of their efforts on behalf of their student council and school. In addition, the Health Department commends three Park River students who have joined the Walsh County Tobacco Coalition. These students. Carly Myrdal, Riley Francis, and Dylan Sundby attend quarterly meetings to give their input'on tobacco issues in Walsh County and our state. Student input is an important ingredient in tobacco control programs as this is often the age that people begin to use tobacco products. Congratulations to the P rk River School on this important step in helping to decrease tobacco use in North Dakota. Watsh County" can now proudly say that all students in Walsh County are covered by comprehensive tobacco-free policies as recommended by CDC and the ND Department of Health! are banking on bones CRYSTAL. N.D. -- Mrs. Oi on invited NDSU Pembina County Extension Agent Helen Volk-Schill into her 5th grade health class to study the importance of consuming calcium- rich foods. The five week program "Banking on Strong Bones" included several hands-on activities and take-home parent newsletters. The 5th graders made cow banks, kept track of their daily calcium intake on a chart and received rewards "cow coins" for participating. Parhcipants learnt, sow to identify calcium-rich foods, weight-bearing exercises and the importance of healthy lifestyles. The youth gained knowledge on healthy snacks based on MyPyramid and learned how to read nutrition facts labels. The last day of class was celebrated with everyone receiving certificates and enjoying a snack of whole wheat crackers and a three bean. corn and salsa dip. Above: Valley/Edinburg 5th graders show off their certificates forlearning about calcium. (Photo: Submitted) By Donna Galloway Hey aggie fans, the winter activities are now officially over. The last couple of weeks were very busy for the Aggies with hockey finishing up at the state tourney in 2nd place, congrats to the Spoiler hockey team. The boys basketball team finished their season in the district tourney, the girls finished 4th in the district tourney which allowed them to participate in the region tourney in Grand sports season short in their I st game vs Central Valley. The spring sports will be under way shortly with track, baseball and golf. The winter alad fall sports banquet was held March 21 at 6:30 in the.h, igh Forks. The Flyers came up a little schools. school gym. 7 Editor Note." 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