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" MARCH 28, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Wed., Apr. 4 Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS~EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thur-. B: Cereal, PBJ l.: Hamburgers, French tries, cheese, pickle.s, beans. salad, sauce Fri -... B: "Ibast, sauce L: Knoephla soup, sandwiches, crackers, salad, fi&apos;uit Mort -.. B: Cereal, PBJ L: Tater tot. hotdish, corn., bread, salad, fl;uit Tue ....... B: Toast, sauce l.: Chicken burgers, French fl'ies, carrot sticks, beans, salad, fl'uit cup Wed -- B: Cinnamon rolls, sauce L: Pork ,,gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, dinner roll, salad, sauce ADAMS~EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thur B: Cream cheese pretzels, orange slices L: Sausage, pepperoni, or cheese pizza, cothk%e cheese, lettuce salad, fruit Fri ....... B: Cereal. toast I.: Baked potato bat" w/trimmings, chocolate mousse, applesauce Mon B: Cereal, toast L: Corn d%-,gs, oven fries, corn, cht.,-olate mous Tue - B: Muffins, pirleapple cups I,: Chicken bits w/gravy, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, cc<kies, fruit Wed B: Cereal, toast L: Tater tot hotdish, coleslaw, wh. whea! rolls, dessert FORDVILLE~LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk  bread are served daily, Meals are subject to ch.nge, Thur B: Cinnamon rolls l.: Chili, bread sfix, vc. tray, crackers, cheese slices, fruit sauce Fri B: Cereal+ apple coffee cake 1.,: Cheese pizza, salad bat; fresh Wttit h4on B: Cereal, toast L: Tue- B: I,: Wed 1.3: l,: MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peauut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. 'I'lqu ...... 13: Yurt, toast L: Chili, crackers, cheese, ve,?.,q;ies, fruit cups Fri .-. B: Cereal, least I,: Cheese pizza, veggies, fl'uit cup Mon B: L: Tue B: L: Wed B: I,: PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur 13: Cereal, toast, fruit l,: Chicken drummic, s, potato salad, ve,gie bar. fl'uit Fri B: Breakfast pizza, fruit L: Shrimt) , French fries or later tots. salad bar, fruit Mort B: Cereal, toast, fruit I,: Tue I.3: 1,: Wed B: l,: Aggie Articles ": : News and Notes from Park River Public School VALLEY-EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Ve$gie, Dessert served with all meals. "l'hul ....... Ham, baked potato, w-getable, dessert Fri --. Tomato soup, grilled, cheese, crackers, fl:tfit, dessert Mon -- 'I'ue - Wed VALLEY~EDINBURG 5~8 (CRYSTAL) Thur BBQ, smilie potatoes, green beans, dessert Fri -Tuna holdish, sandwiches, corn, dessert Men ....... Tue ....... , VALLEY-IDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thur Chicken nuggets, French :fries, salad bar, :fruit Fri Tomato soup, grilled cheese, salad bin. fruit Men Tater tot hotdish, salad bar, green beans, fruit Tue - Chicken fajitas, salad bar, y. ul't, fruit Wed ...- French bread pizza, salad bar, fruit, chocolate chip cookies Above: Back Row (left to right): Kristian Myrdal, Wesley Kemp, Hayley Fingarson; Front Row (left to right): Abbie Sondeland, Sadie Sondeland, Alyssa Kemp (Photo: Submitted) ][00ev&o,lnt,atl[ bqcii,elntc,e IF,at ibr: V-E students head to state GRAND FORKS, N.D.- ............ Six Valley-Edinburg students partici- pated in the Northeast Regional Science Fair at UND on March 7. Abbie Sondeland received the senior division Reserve Champion Award ($14,000 scholarship fiom Jamestown College), Best of Cat- egory in Medicine and Health, and the US Navy/Marine Corps Award. Hayley Fingarson's project was selected as Best of Category in An- imal Science. Sadie Sondeland received the US Army's Award fi.)r Best Life Sci- ence Project. Kristian Myrdal, Sadie Sondeland, Hayley Fingarson, and Abbie Sondeland will all advance to the State Science Fair hosted by the Uni- versity of North Dakota on March 29-30. Wesley and Alyssa Kemp were both first place award winners in the elementary division at the Regional Fair. Regional competition is the highest level of competition for elementary students. Grants available to ,00hools and non-pro00ts to increase college entrance BISMARCK, N.D. -...-.... North Dakota College Access Network (NDCAN), administered by Bank of North Dakota, invites schools and non-profits to apply R)r grants aimed at increasing college en- trance. This funding is made possi- ble through funding from the Col- lege Access Challenge Grant. The goals of this program are to provide information to students and families on postsecondary educa- tion benefits, opportunities, plan- ning and career preparation, pro- vide intbrmation on financing options, including outreach activi- ties that promote financial literacy and debt management among stu- dents and families; conduct out- reach activities for students who may be at risk of not enrolling in or completing college; and assisting students in completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Stu- dent Aid). Jeanette Myhre Elementary School cotmselor Linda Anderson received the grant tbr the program they titled "Hope tbr the Future." The program includes passive rues- saging like quotes placed on walls around the sdmols about achieving dreams and going to college, and direct messaging like classrooms partnering with a college group and sending back journals with infbr- mation describing dorm living and cafeteria food..leanette Myhre stu- dents have toured several college campuses across the state. Ms. Anderson states, "It was our aim to ignite passion and tbster hope for the young people of out" school. We have seen nice growth in our survey indicator tbr 'hope" as a result. More young people say that they know they will gmduale and that they have an adult who believes I have a future as a restilt of this initiative." Ten grants with a value of up to $25,000 will be awarded. The ND- CAN sub grant will cover the pe- riod of June 1,2012 through April 30, 2013. Grant applications are due April 30, 2012. Applicatkm and grant de- tails are available at www.nd- or by calling 701.328.5753. It was our aim to ignite passion and foster hope for the young people of our school. We have seen nice growth in our survey indicator for 'hope' as a result." By Peppi Robideaux Are you feeling exhausted at the end of the day'? How about your kids?? Do they just want to watch TV or play video games? Physical activity helps you feel better right away, no matter what kind you choose. This spring in the Extended School Program we have been learning and experienc- ing the importance of being phys- ically active every day. Moving muscles and making your heart Get moving and feel great!!! who are active often do better in school. Establishing an active lifestyle can help your family live beat faster can help you feel better and reduce stress. It can give yto longer, healthier lives ..... " How much activity do kids more energy and irnprove your need'? Kids should get l hour or activity or 1 hour and 15 minutes of vigorous activity each week. Kids with active families are more sleep and focus. Staying active over time helps your thmily mem- bers keep healthy weights. It also protects them "from heart disease, diabetes, high blood presstire, stroke, and osteoporosis (weak bones). And, there's more!! Kids more of physical activity every day. This can be spread out in pe- riods of 10-15 minutes. Don't tbr- get that grown-ups need to stay active too! Adults should do 2 hours and 30 minutes of moderate likely to stay active as adults. Springi{i:ne"b:ings' new"wa3,s for the Park River ESP kids to be physically active. On April 2 "Runners Club" will begin. ESP kids in grades 2 thru 6 will begin to train and prepare for a chal- lenging 1.5 mile walk/run to be held in May. This exciting pro- gram will be coordinated and run by Miss Alysha Thompson and Mrs. Trisha Cole. Kids in grades K thru 6 will also be participating in Zumbatomic, an exercise pro- gram designed specifically tbr children ages 4 thru 13. This thn- filled and energetic class takes the "work" out of workout and adds excitement and lots of smiles! Our last Family Night for the year will be held on Mon., May 7. We .vdll gather as an ESP Family to pm'ticipate in a 1.5 mile walk/run followed by supper and time tbr fellowship. Come MOVE with us!!!! Editor :Y Note." Robideaux is the ESP Site Coonlinamr fi)r Park River Schools. NorthSCAN Statewide qC:lassifleds HELP WANTED SEEKING NEWS REPORTERS AND SUMMER REPORTING IN- TERNS: There's never a dull mo- ment working as a community news- paper reporter in North Dakota's booming oil patch. Journal Publish- ing Inc. is seeking full-time reporters with ambition, a good work ethic and an interest in community to cover hard news, features and sports at its newspapers in Tioga and Crosby. Good pay and benefits package. Paid summer internships also are available at The Journal in Crosby and The Tioga Tribune. Must have completed at least one year of higher education. Preference is given to students in journalism or related programs. Send letter of ap- plication and resume to or Steve An- drist, P.O. Box E, Crosby, ND 58730. SEEKING FULL-TIME news writer for county seat newspaper in Lang- don, ND. E-mail cover letter with re- sume to: or mail to Lori Peterson, 618 3rd St, ND 58249. FESSENDEN COOPERATIVE AS- SOCIATION is seeking a controller to support their accounting opera- tions. To view the job description, qualifications needed and to apply, go to: OPENING: ECONOMIC DEVEL- OPER Part or full time. Grant writing a plus. Resumes: City Auditor, PO 97, Ashley, ND, 58413. Applications due April 9, 2012. (701) 288-3096. ACCOUNTANT CLERK, WISHEK ND, Process, maintain detailed fi- nancial records. Minimum 2 yrs ex- perience required. $34K-$42K DOE. Healthcare benefits. Apply: or call (701) 391-2718. HEAD START IS taking applications for early childhood aides in the Mo- hall, Lignite, and Stanley class- rooms. March-June 30 and returning August 13. Contact Head Start at (701) 857-4688 or (701) 857-8743 for an application. OVER 18? A can't miss limited op- portunity to travel with a successful young business group. Paid train- ing. Transportation/lodging provided. Unlimited income potential. Call (877) 646-5050. OPENING: JOURNEYMAN OR master electrician with interest in taking over business. Located 25 miles west of Devils Lake, ND. Call (701) 739-0207 anytime. RIVERWOOD RV'S NOW hiring for a full-time service technician. Apply in person at: Riverwood RVs On the strip, Mandan or call (701) 663- 0050. TECHNICIAN: SUNDANCE, WY, JD dealership looking for equipment di- agnostics and repair technician. JD experience preferred but not re- quired. Full-time, top pay, benefits. Call (866) 671-0052. OWNER OPERATORS $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Tons of warm, pros- perous South TX runs! Frac Sand Hauling. Must have tractor, pneu- matic trailers, blower. (866) 823- 0288. OTR DRIVER WANTED. Class A, clean driving record. 17 central state operation. Home weekly depending on location. Pay based on experi- ence. Benefits. Call Bill (701) 527- 7215. HELP WANTED: BULK Petroleum Driver. The Farmers Union Oil Com- pany is Kenmare is seeking an Ex- perienced Bulk Petroleum Driver. Must have a CDL with Hazmat En- dorsement Excellent Wages Ex- cellent Benefit Package: Includes Group Health Insurance, 401 k Plan, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Paid Time-Off, and 8 Paid Holidays. Please call (701) 385-4277 for an application or stop in person at our office, 49211 Hwy 52 N, Kenmare, ND. WILTON FARMERS UNION Eleva- tor Co. has a full-time position avail- able in the grain elevator. Competi- tive wages plus full benefits package. Send resume to: Wilton Farmers Union Elevator Co., PO Box 188, Wilton, ND 58579 or stop by office to pick up application. Any questions call Brian (701) 734-6780. BUCKET MAN FOR Line Clearance Tree Trimming Crew. Must be certi- fied and have CDL license. Benefits. Wages DOE. Call (701) 351-4937. HELP WANTED FOR Farming and Custom Harvesting, JD equipment, KW semis, room and board, paid wage DOE, Year round work possi- ble, can start work now. Home (701) 662-4489; shop (701) 395-4311; cell (701) 351-1955. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CURVES IN BISMARCK, ND, is for sale. Curves is the leader in women's fitness on a worldwide ba- sis. For more information contact Jamie at (701) 471-0711. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE THREE BEDROOM LAKE home built in 2005. Floor heat with backup propane, a/c, one acre lot. Lake Ashtabula, Valley City ND. Call (701) 866-5426 or (701) 489-3572. 5.88 ACRES mile from Garrison. Close to golf course. National Mar- keting Realtors, (701) 852-1197. WANTED: MINERAL INTER- ESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experi- enced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAssets@qwest-, (877) 754-3111. MODULAR/MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE WORK FORCE HOUSING. 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