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APRIL 10, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 5 Thur. April n ADA/VIs-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs- B: omelet, toast, sauce L: hamburger, tater tots, beans, cheese, pickles, salad, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: cream of potato soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, salad, fruit Mort- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: scalloped potatoes, w/ham, peas, dinner rolls, salad, sauce Tues- B: French toast, sauce L: subs, salad, pretzels, cheese, pickles, beans, fruit Wed- B: toast, sauce L: chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, salad, sauce ADAMS- EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk.., salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: muffins, applesauce L: tater tot hot dish, coleslaw, wwh. rolls, fruit/salad bar Fri- B: cereal, toast L: taco n' bag, baby carrots, ice cream bars/fruit or salad bar Mon- B: cereal, toast L: BBQ'S, oven fries, romaine salad, fruit or salad bar Tues- B: French toast, peach cups L: corn chowder soup, bread sticks, veggies, dessert or salad bar Wed- B: cereal, toast L: pork roast, mashed potatoes, w/gravy, green beans, dessert or salad bar FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: frosted long johns, assorted cereal, juice L: cream of potato soup, cracker, cheese slices, assorted sandwiches veg. tray, fresh fruit Fri- B: waffles, juice L: pepperoni pizza, salad bar, fruit salad, veg. tray Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: BBQ's, chips, baked beans, potato salad, pickles, veg. tray, fruit cups Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast, juice L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, coleslaw, .veg. tray, fresh fruit Wed- B: chocolate chip muffins, assorted cereal, juice L: mashed potatoes w/gravy, buttered carrots, meat.balls, fruit sauce, veg, tray ...... MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breal&asts; milk, peanut butte and bread served with all meals. Thurs- B: bagels w/cream cheese, cereal, toast L: hamburger in gravy on biscuits, corn, veggie, fruit bar Fri- B: scrambled eggs, toast, cereal, juice L: corn dogs, baked beans, baked potato chips, retie, fruit bar Nlon- B: cereal, toast, juice L: polish sausage on a bun black beans, veggie, fruit bar Tues- B: omelets, toast, cereal, juice L: hamburger on bun, baked potato chips, pickles, veggie, fruit Wed- B: egg patties, toast, cereM, juice L: burritos, taco sauce, corn, veggie, fruit bar PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVE R) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to chan,ge. Thurs- B: breakfast pizza, fruit L: subs (turkey, ham, cheese), baked chips, salad bar, fruit Fri- B: cereal, toast, fruit L: homemade pepperoni pizza, veggie, salad bar, fruit Mort- B: breakfast bagel, fruit L: taco salad, corn, fritos, salad bar, fruit Tues- B: frittatas, toast, fruit L:I chicken strips, macaroni salad, salad bar, fruit Wed- B: pancakes, sausage, fruit L: tater tot hot dish, green beans, salad bar, fruit VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Vegie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs- turkey, mashed potatoes & grav, baked beans, dinner rolls fresh veggie bar, fruit Fri- taco in a bag, black beans i salsa, toppings, fresh veggie bar, peas, fruit Mon-cheese pizza, green beans fresh veggie bar, fruit, sherbet Tues- sub sandwiches, baked lays, fresh veggie bar, lettuce, tomato, peas, fruit Wed- hot ham & cheese, baked beans, potato wedges, fresh veggie bar, fruit VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH (EDINBURG) Petmut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs- ham, baked potato, corn, WGR dinner roll, ve&gie bar, fruit Fri- tempura chicken, fried rice egg roll, ve,gie bar, pineapple cups ion- biscuits w/sausage, egg, cheese, baked beans, vege bar Tues- WGR cheese pizza, WGR bread sticks, marinara sauce veggie bar, fruit Wed- chili/crackers, WGR brown bread, cheese stick, veggie bar, fruit Kindergarten Perspective Photo: Submitted .bove: ( L to R ) In front of our milk-jug igloO: Back Row: Aidan Rost, Reed Scherr, Slate SanGrait, Aubrey Sveen. Second Row: Emma Porter, Madison Bernhoft, Tanner Schramm, Jameson Erovick, Rhett Lindell, Erin Gullickson; Front Row: Andrew Zikmund. Hot pictured (Emma Almen, Kenzie Jacobsen, Kaiden McCam- )ridge=nd Gracee Tholaks0n) Questions asked by Alysha Coffman What's the most important thing you've learned in Kinder- garten? "That Pluto isn't a plaret any- more."- Madison Bernhoft, 6 "Subtraction." - Gracee Thor- lakson, 6 "When we got-to ride on a train we learned to stay off the tracks and away from trains that were moving on our field trip". - Emma Porter, 6 "Learning about 2D and 3D shapes." -Aidan Rost, 6 "The Alphabet and reading so that I will be ready for 1st grade." - Tanner Schramm, 6 What's your favorite part of school? "Reading in our igloo." - Kaiden McCambridge, 6 "ESP because they let you save your snack for later." -Erin Gullickson, 6 "Math, I like to add things to- gether." -Aubrey Sveen, 6 "Whenever I get to learn and do new things." - Andrew Zik- mund, 5 "I like reading the best be- cause we have fun and I get to read in the dark sometimes with a flashlight at school." - Slate SanGrait, 5 "Going to the pony pride prize drawings." - Jameson Erovick 5 "Reading because I want t( become a better reader." - Reed Scherr, 7 What do you want to be when you grow up? "A momma." - Emma A1- men, 5 "A coach for swimming les- sons." - Madison Bernhoft, 6 "Fireman." -Jameson Erovick, 5 "Baseball player." - Rhett Lindell, 6 "A doctor." -Kaiden Mc- Cambridge, 6 "A nurse." -Emma Porter, 6 "A policeman." -Aidan Rost, 6 "A dentist."  Reed Scherr, 7 "Principal." - Tanner Schramm, 6 "Fashion Designer."-Aubrey Sveen, 6 "A cop."-Slate SanGrait, 5 "A vet." - Gracee Thorlakson, 6 "A farmer." - Andrew Zik- mund, 5 " Basketball player " - Erin Gullickson, 6 "A dentist." - Kenzie Jacob- sen, 6 What's the hardest part of being a kid? "When you are 3 or 4 and we spill it is hard, especially when there is no one around to help us." - Emma Almen, 5 "Trying to read big words." - Rhett Lindell, 6 "Counting to 100." - Kenzie Jacobsen, 6 Editor's Note: Coffman is a Park River Kindergarten Teacher New teacher takes on PR spring production By Katelyn Anderson of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River High School's April 19 spring production will have a new director -- and new teacher-- running the show. Audrey Huwe originally from Perham, Minn., is the new junior high and freshman English teacher and three-act play direct3r at PRHS. Huwe has known that she want- ed to be a teacher ever since middle school it was just an issue of de- ciding what subject matter she wanted to teach. "I love helping people and working with young minds, I love explaining things to people in new ways to help them un- derstand, "she said. She decided her place was at PRHS after Sr.High English teacher Kierstin Hurtt sent an email out to surrounding colleges in search for a someone to take the place of Hurtt after she stepped up to fill Maribeth Anderson's shoes when Anderson retired. Concordia sent out the email to all English-Ed majors stating that there was a position open. After discovering that the school was in a rural area and that the age group of the students she would be teaching was the one she was most interested in, Huwe de- cided to visit PRHS. "I came up hereand fell in love, something about the town and the people clicked with me." The school offered Huwe the position and she accepted. Along with her love for teaching, Huwe has always shared a passion for theater. "I love watching theatre, I always wanted to be a part of that but I never had time and college," she said. She acted a little in high school but she has never directed before. This year's PRHS three-act play will be her first experience at directing. "I thought it was a good opportunity for me, they needed somebody and I thought it would be fun." She thought that directing this play would give her experience and a chance to meet more of the students at Park River schools. "It's'been neat getting to know the upperclassmen a little bit better," she said. "I want to put on a good show and make people laugh and have enjoyment in the process." The play is a murder- mystery- comedy. An elderly extremely wealthy colonel is reading his will and after he names his four benefi- ciaries, they start dropping dead. The play, aptly titled, "Next Vic- tim, Please" will be shown three times on April 19, once to the ele- mentary, then to the high school and finally in a performance for the pub- lic in the evening.' "People should come figure out who the murderer is and have a few laughs along the way," Huwe said. park IMver ltth School Drama Bepartment Presents Next Victim Please by Rocky Soderman and Terri Ferguson When: Friday, April 19th at 7:00 PM (for the public) Where: Park River High School Elementary Gym Admission: Elementary Student-S2, HS Student-S3.50, Adult-S4 Park River students do well at regional science fair GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The Northeast Regional Science Fair took place on March 13 at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. A number of Park River stu- dents presented their proj L ects and not only earned honors, but some also ad- vanced to the State Sci- ence and Engineering Fair, also hosted at UND, April 4-5. The following is a list of participants and honors presented to Park River students: 5th Grade Partici- pants: Shantel" Carlson, Kaylee Seim, Kaitlynn Scherr, Gillian Brouillard, Jaylie Woods, and Cas- sandra Rostvet 6th Grade Partici- pants: Mason Wilmer, Micah Semess, Gracyn Cole, Lexi Langowski, Josh Ham, Ava Ekman, and Bennett Carter 7th Grade Partici- pants" Kristen Larson, Nick Whaley, ,Gretchen Brummond, Josie Markusen, Toby Zik- mund, and Ian Helgeson 9th Grade Partici- pants: Kirsten Whaley, Emily Zikmund, Peyton Cole, Kaitlyn Nelson, Mandi Seim, and Spencer Rehovsky Grade 5 First Place Photo: Submitted Top: Park River students who participated in the regional science fair. The fair had 160 fifth- through twelfth-grade students presenting their research projects in biology, chemistry, engineering, behavioral sciences, and math- ematics, among others. Above:Seventh grade state qualifier. Top Right: Ninth grade state qualifiers. Bottom Right: Broadcam Mas- ters Award winners. Awards: Shantel Carlson, Kaylee Seim, Kaitlynn Scherr, and Gillian Brouil- lard Grade 6 First Place Awards: Mason Wilmer, Micah Setness, Gracyn Cole, and Bennett Carter Grand Champion.for Elementary Division: Bennett Carter 7th Grade State Qual- ifiers: Kristen Larson, Nick Whaley, and Toby Zikmund 9th Grade State Qual- ifiers: Kirsten Whaley, Emily Zikmund, Peyton Cole, Kaitlyn Nelson, and Mandi Seim 9th Grade State Al- ternate: Spencer Re- hovsky Special Awards: o Ian Helgeson - Broadcam Masters Award o Mandi Seim- Best of Category in "Energy and Transportation" o Emily Zikmund - US Stockholm Junior Wa- ter Prize o Kaitlyn Nelson - US Army Award in "Physical Science" The fair had 160 fifth- through twelfth-grade stu- dents presenting their re- search projects in biology, chemistry, engineering, behavioral science, s, and mathematics, among oth- ers. HELP WANTED CITY OF HARVEY has an opening for a Full-time Police Officer. Must be ND Post Certified or be eligible to be certified. 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