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\ THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS ° WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2_5, 2015 Page 7 Thur., March - Wed., April 1 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMo ) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: cereal, yogurt,juice L: cereal, y~gurt, juice L: Doug's hot dish dinner, dinner rolls, fruit Fri- B: oatmeal, toast, sauce 1: fish patty, mashed potatoes, creallled corn, bread, sauce, cm, kies (Erika's choice) Mon- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: chicken burgel; French fries, sauce Tues- B: omelets, toast, sauce L: pork roast, dumplilL,~s, ~lu&~h, bread, sauce, scotcheroos (Katelyn's dloice) Wed- B: cm'amel roils, .sauce L: piz_za, green beans, fruit FORDVILLE --LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or reg. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: cinnamon rolls, juice L: mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, meatballs Fri- B: English muffins, as&~rtcd cereal, juice L: pasta alfredo, coin on the cob, garlic bread sfix, fresh fruit Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: hamburgers in bun w/assorted toppings, cottage fries, fruit sauce Tues- B: French toast, juice L: cream of chicken and rice soup. crackers, cheese slices, assorhxt sandwiches, fruit cups April Menu Not Available MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) l~uits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. EDMORE HIGH S('HOOL Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: burritos, chips and cheese Fri- B: muffins, yogurt L: egg salad or tuna salad sandwiches, pok~to chips Mon- B: cT.,gs, sausage, toast L: beef stew, biscuits Tues- B: cinnamon rolls, L: chicken burger, potato chips, green l_~._~tn s Wed- B: French toast, syrup L: tater tot hot dish, dinner roll PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun bitter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs- B: omelets, toast L: BBQ pork On a bma, tmmas Fri- B: cereal, toast L: shlSmp, French fries ~4on- B: omelets, toast L: chicken burgers, Sun Chips Tues- B: breakfast burritos L: French bread pizza, carrofinis Wed- B: waffles, sattsage L: chili, bread sticks VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOI'LE) Fresh ve~gies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as alternative to the entr~& Thurs- hamburger and gra~T mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll Fri- Cheese p!zs-a, green bemls April Menu Not Available VALLEY~EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- taco in a bag w/ assorted toppings Fri- bean & burritos, salsa, cilia, sottr cream Mon- chicken niLe, Nets, French fries, baked beans Tues- cheese breadsticks, marinara ,vmce Wed- BBQ's, smiley fries, baked beans VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with aH meals. Thurs- spa~mtti w/meat sauce, garlic bread sticks Fri- ccM fillets, hash browns Mort- meatballs & gravy, mashccl lx~tatoes, corn Tues- hot ham & cheese, pioneer l_x:ans, baked chips, orange push ups Wed- chicken nu&gets, French fries, cookie GRAND FORKS, N.D. --Award win- ners have been announced for the 57th an- nual Northeast Regional Science and Engineering Fair that was held on March 17 at the University of North Dakota. The fair had 72 fifth- through twelfth-grade students presenting their research projects in biology, chemistry, engineering, behav- ioral sciences, and mathematics, among others. Regional schools participating were Lakota, Park River, St. Thomas, and Valley-Edinburg. Grand Forks students are from Central High School and Schroeder Middle School. Sixteen junior division and nine senior division projects along with winners from the other regional fairs will advance to the State Science and Engineering Fair, also hosted at UND, March 26-27. Top stu- dents from the state fair will advance to the International Science and Engineering Fair in May in Pittsburgh. To increase student participation, fees for the regional fair were paid by the North Dakota IDeA (Institutional Development Award) Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE), which is adminis- tered by the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences. The immediate goal is to stimulate the development of science, technology, engineering and math educa- tion by supporting the ability of all fifth- through twelfth-grade students who wish to participate and compete in their regional fairs and the ND State Science and Engi- neering Fair. This will ultimately increase the number of North Dakota students en- tering the technical, educational and health professional workforce pipeline in the state. 2015 NE ND Regional Science Fair Awards Elementary Best in Category • Biology--Courtney Lundquist, Park River • Chemistry--Kaylee Kemp, Valley- Edinburg • Health Sciences--Andrew Johnson, Park River • Physics--Maci McMillan, Park River • Environmental Science--Blaine Carter, Park River Elementary Division Awards • Grand Champion--Kaylee Kemp, Valley-Edinburg • Reserve Champion--Maci McMillan, Park River Additional State Qualifiers • Blaine Carter, Park River • Brandt Ferguson, Lakota • Sam Hagen, Park River • Andrew Johnson, Park River • Grace Johnson, Park River • Courtney Lundquist, Park River • Elias Markusen, Park River • Brady Omdahl, Park River Best in Category Junior & Senior Division • Behavioral and Social Sciences--- Hannah Kinneberg, Grand Forks Schroeder • Biochemistry--Wesley Kemp, Valley- Edinburg • Cellular and Molecular Biology Jaylie Woods, Park River • Chemistry--Sydnee Boucher, Grand Forks Schroeder • Earth Science--Wesley Kemp, Val- ley-Edinburg • Energy and Transportation--Noelle Kohlmeier, Grand Forks Schroeder • Engineering: Electrical and Mechani-, cal--Britney Freund, Lakota • Engineering: Materials and Bioengi- neering--Phillip Steffan, Lakota • Environmental Management--Alyssa Kemp, Valtey-Edinburg • Environmental Sciences--Phillip Steffan, Lakota • Medicine and Health--Sophia Nel- son, Grand Folks Central High School • Microbiology--Lydia Wieppert, Grand Forks Schroeder • Physics and Astronomy---Madelynn Behm, Grand Forks Schroeder • Plant Sciences--Abbey Linstad, Lakota Special Awards • American Meteorological Society-- Oliver Dalmi, Grand Forks Schroeder • American Psychological Associa- tion-Hannah Kinneberg, Grand Forks Schroeder • ASM International Foundation Award--Britney Freund, Grand Forks• US Metric Association--Alyssa Schroeder Kemp, Valley-Edinburg • Association for Women Geoscien- • U.S Naval Research Award tists--Alyssa Kemp, Valley-Edinburg • Jr Division • ASU Rob and Melani Walton Sustain- Aidan Fire, Grand Forks Schroeder o ability Solutions Initiatives Award Alyssa Kemp, Valley-Edinburg • Britney Freund, Lakota • Sr Division • Phillip Steffam Lakota o Wesley Kemp, Valley-Edinburg o • Sixth Grade Broadcam Masters Phillip Steffan, Lakota • Brandt Ferguson, Lakota • Yale Science and Engineering Associ- • Seventh- or Eighth-Grade Broadcam ation--Sophia Nelson, Grand Forks Cen- Masters tral High School • Alyssa Kemp, Valley-Edinburg Junior Division State Qualifiers • Hannah Kinneberg, Grand Forks • Grand Champion--Alyssa Kemp, Schroeder • Megan Peck, Grand Forks Valley-Edinburg Schroeder • Reseiwe Champion--Hannah Kin- . Coalition for Conservation and Envi- neberg, Grand Forks Schroeder ronmental Education--Phillip Steffan, Additional State Qualifiers Lakota • Aidan Fire, Grand Forks Schroeder • National Oceanic and Atmospheric-Evan Halvorson, Lakota Administration (NOAA)--Alyssa Kemp, • Alexis Herda. Lakota Valley-Edinburg • Ivan Jonk, Grand Forks Schroeder • ND Rural Water Users Association-- • Matt Koski, Lakota Alyssa Kemp, Valley-Edinburg • Brady Larson, Lakota • North Dakota Section of American• Claire Leach, Grand Forks Schroeder Water Works Association • Ryan Linstad, Lakota • Jr. Division--Seth Nelson, Park River • Megan Peck, Grand Forks Schroeder • Sr. Division--Emily Kennelly, St. • Brian Sisk, St. Thomas Thomas • Jade Steinkalnp, Grand Forks • Red River Valley of the American Schroeder Chemical Society--Wesley Kemp, Valley- • Sophie Welsh, Grand Forks Schroeder Edinburg • Lydia Wieppert, Grand Forks • Ricoh Corporation for the Regional Schroeder Ricoh Sustainable Developmental • Jaylie Woods, Park River Award--Phillip Steffan Lakota Alternates • The Surgeon Generals Special Sci- Noelle Kohlmeier, Grand Forks enceAward--SophiaNelson, Grand Forks Schroeder Gabe Randall, Grand Forks Central High School Schroeder • U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize Senior Division State Qualifiers • Emily Kennelly, St. Thomas • Grand Champion--Wesley Kemp, • Cole Matejeek, Lakota Valley Edinburg • UND Engineering Award--Britney • Reserve Champion--Sophia Nelson, Freund, Lakota Grand Forks Central High School • U.S. Air Force Awards Additional State Qualifiers • Jr. Division • Britney Freund, Lakota o John Heuchert, St. Thomas • Janessa Hennann, St. Thomas o Noelle Kohlmeier, Grand Forks • Noah Heuchert, St. Thomas Schroeder o Brady Larson, Lakota • Emily Kennelly, St. Thomas • Sr. Division • Abbey Linstad, Lakota o Britney Freund, Lakota o Phillip Stef- • Cole Matejcek, Lakota fan, Lakota • Phillip Steffan, Lakota Third quarter honor roll SENIORS Alexandra Rose Austin Jenniges "A" Laugh Samp s 'MIK . Jotfat on Fallyn Freije Jonathan Skjervheim Leandre Kalhagen Candra Kalhagen "B" 8th GRADE Erika Kratochvil Colton Agotness "A" Kaden Martinson SOPHOMORES Sara Hodek Miranda Martinson"A" Haylee Linstad Jaedyn Pesek Haley Lorenz Ethan Sampson "B" Owen Minello "B" Denver Dvorak Katelynn Nielsen Holden Mack Timothy Hodek "B" 7th GRADE Katelyn Kuchar Juan Castillo, Jr."A" Robb Kuchar Mary Nienhuis Jadyn Harpestad Colton Skorheim FRESHMEN Callie Ronningen JUNIORS "A" "B" "A" Emily Ketelsen Mason Homer Ashtyn Pesek "B" Wyatt Knoke Brandt Ronningen Tanner Aanstad Abigail Mack EDINBURG N.D. -- " Future Homemakers of Amer- ica, and in 1949 she Was recip- >been awarded the Christine ient ofa life membership in the Finlayson Memorial Under- American Vocational Associa- graduate Scholarship given by tion in recognition of her sew- the NDSU College of Human ice to education. Development and Education. In 1954 the North Dakota Christine Finlayson was su- Council of Administrative pervisor of Home Economics Women in Education named Education at NDSU in 1922. her outstanding woman of the Through her efforts she ad- year. Christine died in 1988. vanced the idea of consumer An Honors Day Award Cer- education. She became a emony and brunch will be held speaker at many Parents and on Tuesday, April 14th at Teachers Association meetings. NDSU to congratulate all the From 1945 to 1950 she was or- scholarship recipients and rec- ganizer and state adviser of the Photo: Submitted ognize donors. 201 ! & 2012 Buick Enclaves AWD, 7 passenger, heated leather, 4 to choose from 2012 Chevy Equinox Silver, FWD, heated cloth interior, local trade! 2014 Silverado 1500 FWD, htd leather, local trade, LTZ, crew cab, short box, loaded. 2 to choose from Black w/black leather. MUST SEE! Black Diamond leather, Nay. htd seats, like new. Priced to Sell! all local trades 2014 GMC Slerra $LT Crew cab, 19K, loaded! 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