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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, APRIL I 5, 2015 Pase .7 News and Notes from Park River Area School Thur. April 16 - Wed. April Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products 3]mrs~ B: pancakes, sauce L: hot ham & cheese, French fries, pickles, fruit Fri- B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: chicken hot dish, peas, dinner loll, sauce Man- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: clficken burgm. French fries, sauce Tues- B: French toast stix, sauce L: baked potato bar w/trimmings, dinner rolls, sauce Wed- B: omelets, toast, sauce L: chicken fajitas w/trimmil.ags, carrots, fruit PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLI~) Milk, bread, and salad bar or veg. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: English muffins, assorted cereal, juice L: grilled cheese, tomato soup, crackers, fresh fruit Fri- B: raised donuts, fresh fruit, juice L: chicken burgers, French fries, coleslaw, fresh fruit Men- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: chili w. bread stix, cheese slices, crackers, fruit cups Tues- B: brea'l'l'l~ast sandwich, juice L: pork roast, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, fruit sauce Ved- B: pancakes, syrup, juice L: ham & turkey wraps w/assorted toppings, nachos, fruit salad MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINI'O) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut buffer, jelly, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs- B: cereal, toast, yogurt, juice L: race salad Fri- B: muffinsa yogurt L: pizza, Men- B: bt~akfa~ piz~,juice L: dleeseburger soup, sandwiches Tues- B: cimlamon rolls, juice L: spaghetti, garlic toast Wed- B: French toast, syTup L: BBQ's, potato chips, baked l~oms PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk served daily. Thurs- B: waffles, sausage L: BBQ's, beans F,i- B: breakfast bagels, L: pepperoni/sausage pizza, CalTOtS ~4on- B: cereal, toast L: race salad, corn Tues- B: breakfast pizza L: subs on bml, Sun Chips Wed- B: bagels, yogurt L: French bread pizza, corn VALLEY-EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Fresh v~es (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jetly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- pancakes,-sausage, fruit juice Fri- turkey sub sandwich, baked lays, green ~-ms Men- cheese pizza, peas Tues- spaghetti and meat sauce, green beans, WG breadsfick Wed- hard shell race and toppings, refried beans, WG breadstick VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- cheese breadsticks, marhlgLra sauce Fri- burritos, assorted toppings, chips & cheese Men- grilled cheese, tomato soup "rues- meatballs, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn Wed- chicken bacon ranch wa-aps, assorted chips VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, vegsie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with aH meals. Thurs- spaghetti w/meat sauce, bread sticks Fri- sub sandwiches, assorted toppings, Asain coleslaw, cupcakes Men- chicken rice casserole, fresh buns, carrots Tues- baked potato, assorted toppings, coin1, cookie Wed- tater tot hot dish, green beans, dinner roll By Jonathan Berg PARK RIVER, N.D. -- As we get further into our last quar- ter of school, there is great an- ticipation of things yet to come. The warmer weather, family trips, vacations etc of summer are certainly a highly anticipated part of the end of the school year. Within the school building itself, there is an anticipation of the renovation project set to begin the end of May. As we are in a transition pe- riod right now waiting for what is'to come, I would again like to reflect back on my second "Math Season". . . : :: ] After experiencing my first" I"Math Season" last yearl I felt much more at ease heading into this year. The emails and letters began showing up again some- time in October, and this time I knew exactly what everything was. I felt like a seasoned pro compared to last year when it was all new Io me. Early regis- trations were taken care of swiftly, and I began announcing the different competitions to the students in October. This is when things really started to get fun. As was the case last year, many of the students began ask- ing about the different competi- tions early in the school year. What a great thing to see in our students; this genuine interest and excitement about mathemat- ics! By the end of October, I was able to begin working with February 5: Local MathCounts Competition in Grafton Ten eighth grade students attended. Team ofOwen Irvine, Josh Ham, Mason Wilmer, and Micah Setness placed second. Individual places were Mason Wilmer third, and Owen Irvine first. (Owen and Mason would ad~;ance to State MathCounts on March 2) A February 16: UND Math Meet in Grand Forks: Twelve junior high students attended. Seventh grader Katilynn Scherr was an honorable mention, as well as eighth grader Owen Irvine. February 23: Tri-College Math Meet in Fargo Twenty-four students in grades sixth though eighth attended. We did not have any individuals or teams place at this meet. March 2: State MathCounts in Bismarck Mason Wilmer and Owen Irvine attended. There were over 160 total participants at the state competition. Owen Irvine placed 23rd overall. efforts to keep up with all of the regular homework, plus the de- sire to work on all of the extra practice problems for competi- tion is truly commendable. By the time February rolled around, we were ready to begin the competitions. those that were interested with ,Over a span of four weeks we practice tests and materials from h~#~. ~tudents in grades 6-~ previous competitions. :" co- {h 6t ng the local: at 2 i was most impressed with a - Counts Competition in Grafton, particular group of Bth grade stu- the UND Math Track Meet in peted individually against 160 or so individuals from across the state. I was veryproud of their ac- complishments to advance this far, and for how they represented the school, community, and themselves. Overall, I believe this Math Season was a great success. It certainly made things easier for me having been through the reg- istration process and competi- tions last year, but the biggest reason for this being a success- ful season was the students. I am extremely proud of all the students who participated in competitions this year, and can only hope their experiences will continue to build their confi- dence and excitement about mathematics. Editor k Note: Berg is a math teacher at Park River Area School. dents. It is not very often I see Grand Forks, the Tri-College students that are willing to work Math Meet in Fargo, and the on challenging math problems State MathCounts Competition "just for the fun of it", but this in Bismarck. group would voluntarily come to Overall, the students per- my room daily over the nextformed well at each of these three months to prepare for cam- competitions and really seemed petitions. Within that time they to enjoy their experiences. The had opportunities to solve prac- season culminated with a pair of tice problems as a group and in- eighth grade students (Owen dividually, and also learn some Irvine and Mason Wilmer) ad- of the "tricks" that could be use- vancing to the State MathCounts ful during competitions. Their Competition, where they cam- MINOT, N.D. -- Brady Gudgel from Park River has been select- ed among 35 Minot State Uni- versity juniors and seniors to be listed in the 2015 edition gf "'Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges."" Gudgel is a junior majoring in music education. A campus nomination com- mittee and editors of the annual di- rectory picked the students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leader- ship in extracurricular activities and potential for contilmed suc- cess. This is themost students cho- sen for inclusion in Minot State University's history. They will be honored at a luncheon April 22 at noon in the Conference Center, third floor of the Student Center. quarter r roll A Honor Roll Bennett Carter Audrey Beck 12th Grade Gracyn Cole Emily Frovarp Samantha Blixt William Gaarder Elijah Hyiden Coflrtney Clemetson Joshua Hmn Dante'Irvine Amber Gillespie Allie Hjelmstad Makayla Jelinek Albert Irvine Owen Irvine Adam Johnson Hope Jehlicka Alexia Langowski Alec Setness Isak Johnson Marls Miller Kiri Kaste Sadie" Myrvik Steven Thompson Rylan Setness Amy Seim 9th Grade Alexa Thompson 7th Grade Britton Bina Claire Welch Gillian Brouillard Kaitlyn Eliason llth Grade Cheyenne Gillespie Ian Helgeson Diana Bata Destinee Hahn Zach Hell Peyton Cole Seth Nelson Will Magnusson Cadyn Hunter Sydney Porter Emily Morgan Jordan Johnson Kaitlynn Scherr Nick Whaley Erin Kovarik Brooke Shirek 8th Grade Emily Laaveg Julia Sveen Kendra Beck Spencer Rehovsky Karina Whaley Lane Bell Emily Zikmund Paige Bennington 10th Grade B Honor Roll Jackson Hankey 12th Grade Austin Brandvold Dylan Myrvik Carter Arendt Jacob Brodina Ifedayo Omotunde Katie Bohn Hannah Gordon Casey Solseng Kayla Bohn Kylie Jacobson Anne Welch Cordell Carlson Sandra Kjelland Jenna Zavalney Jelmy Eligio Kendra Misialek 9th Grade Alexis Greicar-Pic Madelyn Sanderson Kaitlyn Blake Abraham Hankey Bailey Schroeder Gretchen Bmmmond Seth Helgeson Micah Setness Sawyer Cudmore Daniel Onstad Nicholas Thompson Jacob Ham Jette Peterka Mason Wihner Jace Jehlicka Noah Skavhaug Adam Zavatney Beatrice Kjelland Hannah Swartz Nathan Zavalney Annie Koenig llth Grade 7th Grade Julia Koppang Brendan Carter Kristen Larson Matthew Dobmeier Lilly Bina Josephine Markusen Daman Flaten Josephine Brodina Morgan Seim Kaitlyn Nelson Shantel Carlson Courmey Shirek Michael Nord Ethan Chalich Elaina Swartz Amanda Seim Jayse Fontaine Charles Thompson Kirsten Whaley Alex Midgarden Toby Zikmund Will Zimmerman Maison Munoz 8th Grade 10th Grade Jaylie Woods 2014 Chew Impala LS 2014 Chew Tahoe U Silver, FWD, auk}, White, 4WO, auto. 3.6L V6, 18,888 miles 5.3L V8, 20,580 miles Sale Price $17,900 Sate Price $44,900 2014 Chew Impala 2U 2014 GMC Terrain SLE-2 Gold, FWD, 3,6L V6, White, AWD, auto, auto, 9,073 miles L4, 2AL, 19,107 miles Sale Price $26,900Sale Price $28,900 2014 GMC Yukon SU White Ebony, XL, 4WD, auto. 5.3L VS, 29.127 miles Sale Price $42,900 2013 Chevy Captiva LT Silver, FWD, auto, L4, 2.4L,14,359 miles SPECIAL PRICED NEW VEHICLES 2015 Chevy Traverse U w/2LT. 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