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Page I 0 THE Vk/ALSH COUNTY PRESS VVEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2018 Thur. May 3- Wed. May 9 MoMs are subject to change without notice lg, DMOILE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMO ) Skim milk, salad bar option, juice/fruit, whole wheat products served daily Thurs- B: pancakes, sauce L: pork gravy, mashed potatoes, squash, bread, sauce Fri- B: yogurt, toast, fruit L: ham & cheese hot dish, green beans, dinner roll, sauce ion- B: muffins, fruit L: chicken pot pie, carrots, dinner roll, sauce Tues- B: HB eggs, fruit, toast ld vegetable soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, fruit Wed- B: French toast, fruit L: chicken burger, French fries FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and amlad bar or v~ tray a~ served daily. Thurs- B: pancakes, syrup L: race salad w/assorted toppings, fruit cups Fri- B: BB muff'ms, assorted cereal L: chicken burgers, French fries, fresh fruit Men- B: waffles, syrup L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic cheese bread, fruit cups Tues- B: fried eggs, toast L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, fresh fruit Wed- B: assorted cereal, toast L: baked potato bar w/assorted toppings, nachos, fresh fruit Mir~ro PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bre~l served with all meaIa. Thurs- B: pancakes L: meatballs, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans Fri-B: omelets L: burritos, pinto beans, bread Sticks, chips and saUCe ~ Men7 B; breakfast pizza L: sub sandwiches, chips, baked [~uas Tues- B: donuts L: hot turkey sandwich Wed- B: breakfast sandwich L: chicken strips, macaroni salad PARK RB R l~LIC SCHOOLS (PARK mWR) Bread, sun burrer, jelly~ "fruit, salad bar and milk served dally. Thurs- B: breakfast on a stick, syrup L: turkey~ham~cheese subs, french fries Pri- B: cereal, toast L: hot dogs, chips, carrots Men- B: cereal, toast L: burgers, French fries Tues- B: ~ausage/egg/cheese biscuit L: turkey/bacon wraps, macaroni salad Wed- B: french toast, sausage, syrup L: corn dogs, beans VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Fteah vet~,iea (lettuce, bPoccoli, C~Tots, cucumJ~rs, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entre. Thurs- lasagna, breadsticks, peas Fri- . chicken noodle soup, sandwiches, green beans Men- hard shell tacos, ferried beans Tues- chicken and gravy, mashed potato, corn Wed- pepperoni calzones, steamed broccoli VALLEY- EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- scalloped potatoes & ham, bread & butter, con Fri- hot dogs, macaroni & cheese, baked beans ion- chicken burgers, French fries, baked beans Tues- burritos, Spanish rice Wed- meatballs, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, ve~e bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- orange chicken & rice, corla Fri-~ BBQ's, waffle fries, baked bean Men- mac & cheese, meatballs, smokies Tues- chicken strips, twice baked potato Wed- race salad bowl, toppings FARGO, N.D. --An area sin-daughter of Tim and Jacqui Zik- dent was recognized at the North mund, Pisek. Dakota State University Innova- During the luncheon, NDSU tion Challenge awards luncheon on President Dean Bresciani and April 17. The event is an annual Provost Beth Ingram spoke about competition featuring new, unique the inspiration that students show or re-imagined products and serv- to others through hard work and ices developed by NDSU stu- dedication during the Innovation dents. The students compete for Challenge. cash prizes during the competition, In addition, a panel of business which is presented by the NDSU professionals discussed their en- , Office of the Provost, in partner- trepreneurial.joumey and how ship with the NDSU Research they assist entrepreneur in launch- and Technology Park. . ing businesses. Panelists included A team project called "T-Prime Eric Newell, founder and CEO of Therapeutics" took second place in Stoneridge Software; John Schnei- the service category. The project der, co-founder of Fargo 3D Print- focuses on developing a geneti- ing; and Jenni Hubtan, parmer and eally unique vaccine for cancers in ,director of business outsourcing family generations. It was oreated and strategy at Eide Bailly. by team members Matt Confeld The competition involved 97 and Abigail Zikmund. participants with 40 teams com- Confeld is a pharmaceutical peting in the semi-finals and 20 sciences major from Winsted, teams advancing to the finals. Minnesota. Zikmund is a senior Prizes included $5,000 for first majoring in microbiology from place, $1,000 for second place and Pisek, North Dakota. She is the $500 for third place. EDINBURG, N.D. -- The following students have been selected as the students of the third quarter of the 2017-2018 school year; by the Valley-Edin- burg High School teaching staff. Selection is based on students' time and effort put into academics, qua!i: ties of citizenship and pos- itive contribution to school atmosphere.- Senior Taylor Reilly - daughter of Brian and Stacey Reilly Junior Bailey Phelps - daughter of Guy and Kari Phelps Sophomore Grace Ash- pole'- daughter of Steve Ashpole Freshman Alex Swan- . son - son of Bart and Sophia Swanson New students are se- lected at the end of each quarter and a Valley-Edin- burg High School Student of the Year will be selected from the 12 students of the quarter chosen throughout the year. Photos: Submitted Top (L to R): Taylor Rally, Bailey Phelps, Bottom: Grace Ash le, Alex Swanson. GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Local Walsh Comaty youth recently par- ticipated in and received hands-on experiences at the 4,HAerospace Camp held Sun,lay, April 8, 2018, on the University of North Dakota's Campus (UND). Cody Chyle, Kristen Huhta, Sophie Laaveg, Andrew Myrdal, Hannah Myrdal, Ingrid Myrdal, and Owen Zik- mund learned about many exciting aspects within the aerospace field. They were welcomed by Craig Carlson, Associ- ate Professor, at UND's John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences. Carlson, a former aMin- nesota Swift County 4- Her, said, "I wouldn't be where I am today i.f it wasr!'t for my experiences in 4-H." After the welcome, participants were bused to the Grand Forks Interna- tional Airport and a tour of LIND's immaculate hang- ers was given by actual aerospace students. 4- Her's saw UND's pri- mary training aircraft and learned about aircraft maintenance. They sat at the controls of both a Cessna 172 and Piper Photo: Subniitted Above: (Lto R) 8o ia I aav,Hannah Idyrdal, Ingrid ldyrdal, Kristen Huhta, An- drew /rdal, Owen Zikmund, Cocly Chyle Archer. cating with pilots on a crashes occurred. Returning to campus UFAradar simulaton This particular 4-H and after lunch, the hands- Actual flying occurred program is designed to on experiences began. 4- within an airplane simu- meet youths growing de- Her's sat in a 360 Adacel later and many, loops and mand for science, engi- air traffic control tower barrel rolls were attempt- neering and technology simulator experiencing ed, a couple of crashes education. It is spon- dramatic weather, incom- within the simulator did sored by the North Dako- ing and outgoing aircraft, occur. These particular 4- ta 4-H Foundation in co- maintenance vehicles and Her's now have actualoperation withNDSU Ex- even a kangaroo on the experience in flying an tension Service, Center runway. They attempted unmanned aircraft sys- for 4-H Youth Develop- to direct air traffic wearing tem (UAS), commonly mentandUNDAerospace a headset and communi- known as a drone, and no Science Photo: Above: Front (L to R): Ben Carpenter, Malory Kemp, Gwyneth Wieler, Lo- Wieler, ChrislJne OToole. Back: Luka Carpenter, Kaylee Kemp, Ella eson, Bethany O'Toole, Wesley Kemp. GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- and learned how to handle and Pembina County had. great repre- control demo drones. sentation at the annual 4-H Aero- The 4-H Aerospace event is space event held at the John D. open to any youth and is sponsored Odegard School of Aerospace Sci- by the North Dakota 4-H Youth ences at the University of North Development and North Dakota4- Dakota. This one-day camp held H Foundation. 4-H provides hands- April 8th taught youth age 10 to 15 on, real life experiences through about aerospace and aerospace ca- projects, activities, and events. 4-H reers, teaches skills for individuals to use Participants and their chaper- throughout their lives. These skills ones put on the miles as they toured are taught and practiced through UND Aerospace and visited the hands-on projects, community airport including the air traffic con- service, educational events and ac- trol tower.Attendees learned about tivities. For more information the basics of aircraft struc re, nav- about North Dakota 4-H visit igation and aerodynamics, toured or call the altitude chamber, took the con- the NDSU Extension Service Pem- trols in a digital aircraft simulator bina County at 265-8411. JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- North Dakota middle and high scl ool students involved with the HOSA-Future Healthcare Professionals (HOSA) program participated in the 2018 spring Leadership Conference at the University of Jamestown on March 11 and 12. There were 270 HOSA members registered for the event. They took part in healthcare related ac- tivities, leadership workshops and health re- lated competitions. North Valley Career & Technology Cen- ter students who received awards included: Public Health: Macy Scharmer, Isabella Suda; Vivika Sanchez, Kobee Pastorek, Am- ber Flanders, Kaianna Sangaroo-Storey at- tained first place. Physical Therapy: Hector Reyes re- ceived second and Aracely Garcia received 3rd place. Medical Math: Jase Lehfeldt received sec- ond place. Public Service Announcement: Sarah Bums, Anna Thompson, Amanda Erickson and Ava Ekman received third place. Dental Terminology: Sydney Erickson from Park River initially received second place. She moved up into first place in Den- tal Terminology. First place finalists will complete at the Photo: Submitted ,Noove: Front:. Hector Reyes, Middle (L toR): Aiycia Thompson, Jo TrottgnJben, Valede Heuch Kobee Pastorek, Amber Randers, Isabella Suda, Desliny Gosselin Back: Garrett Cleem, VM- ka 8anchez, Amanda E stm, Anna Thompson, Ava Ekman, Sarah Bums, Maey Ara Garda, Abby Albreeht Sydney Edckz0n Not #etur : Jese L eklt HOSA Intemational Leadership Conference June 27-30 in Dallas, Texas. HOSA is an international student 0rgani- zation recognized by the US Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of the Association for Career and Technical Education. It is the largest or- ganization to serve students who plan to put- sue a healthcare careen HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry and to enhance the de- livery of quality healthcare to all people. The program emphasizes leadership develop- ment, motivation, and recognition for mid- dle school, secondary, post-secondary, col- legiate and adult students enrolled in health soence classes. HOSA dates back to 1976 and has more than 200,000 members. The North Dakota HOSA program began in 2012 with four chapters and 30 members. To- day it has grown to 16 Chapters with 585 members. The current and projected shortage of healthcare professionals in North Dakota and across the nation is creating a critical demand for an increased healthcare workforce. A na- tional shortage of 100,000 physicians and 800,000 nurses is projected by 2020. One of the three pillars of Governor Burgum's Mainstreet Initiative includes a skilled work- force. The North Dakota HOSApmgram pre- pares students to graduate with the Skills nec- essary to make them career and college ready for degrees in much needed professions in the healthcare field.