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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2017 Pa e 7 News and Notes from Park River Area School Thur. May 4" Wed. May ,o Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMOI~.) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: pancakes, satrce L: baked potatoes, chili, broccoli, cheese, diced ham, shredded cheese, dinner roll, sauce Fri- B: breakfast taco L: corn dogs, beans, chips, fruit Mon- B: French toast sticks, sauce L: BBQ'S, French fries, beans Tues- B: caramel rolls L: macaroni, ham & cheese hot dish, carrots, dinner rolls, sauce Wed- B: HB eggs, toast, sauce L: vegetable beef soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, sauce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or yeS. trny are served daily. Thurs- B: French toast L: chef salad w/assorted toppings, breadsficks, fresh fruit Fri- B: raised donuts, assorted cereal L: hot ham & cheese on 19un, macaroni salad, fresh fruit Mon'- B: assorted cereal, toasf L: taco salad w/assorted toppings, fruit cups IMes- B: fried eggs, toast L: meatballs, mashed potatoes w/gravy, green beans, fresh fruit Wed- B: waffles, syrup L: BBQ pork sandwiches, baked beans, potato salad, fniit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Pruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Thurs- B: eggs, hash brogvns, sausage links, toast L: pancakes or French toast, scrambled eggs, sausage links, oJ LAKE REGION STATE COLI,EGE Fri- B: burritos L: Philly s .~dwich, tater tots Mon- B: pancakes on a stick, syrup L: grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato soup i Tues- B: french toast, syr~al~*L: ttirkey cheddar cheese burgers, macaroni salad Wed- B: cereal, toast L: meatballs * gravy, mashed potatoes, dinner roll PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk served daily. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: taco in a bag, corn, watermelon (Mrs. Forsgren's 1st Gr.) Fri- B: WG muffin (chocolate/blueberry L: mini corn dogs, beans Mort- B: omelets L: pizza pockets, carrots Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast L: chicken drummies, triangle potatoes (Mr. Omdahl's 4th Gr.) Wed- B: breakfast pizza L: turkey & bacon wraps, potato UNIVERSITY (:IF DUBUQUE VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooFLE) Fresh ve~..gies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celet~r), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alterna~ve to the entree. VALLEY-EI)INBURG JUNIOR HIGH Thurs- ham & potato soup, sandwiches Fri- hamburgers, French fries, baked beans Mon- spaghetti, breadsticks, peas Tues- chicken fajitas, black beans Wed- pancakes, bacon, eggs VALLEY- EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- chicken strips, macaroni & cheese; baked beans Fri- soft shell tacos, refried beans Mon- ham subs, assorted chips, cauliflower Tues- taco in a bag, refried beans Wed- chili, grape uncrustables VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, vegsie bar, . dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with aH meals. Thurs- hash brown bake w/ham, carrots, WG dinner roll Fri- hot dogs on WG bun, beans, cookie Mon- hamburger patty on WG bun, tomato, cheese slice, macaroni salad Tues- macaroni & cheese, dinner roll, corn, green beans Wed_- soup choice, assorted sandwiches By Edna Sailor It has been a whirlwind number of days for Beck-Sherven-Post members and some North Dako- ta Boys State and Girls state lead- ers. William Wilber and Marlys Aubol joined forces with three young representatives who vol- unteered to visit area schools with information about American Le- gion Boys State and Girls State op- portunities. Even Kritzberger, age 19 from Hillsboro, 18-year-old Samantha Nordmark from Rolla and Dawson Schefter, 18, from Langdon vol- unteered to visit over 20 area schools. The group disseminated information about the program and encouraged high school jun- iors to attend the programs in June of this year. Boys and Girls State programs are described as an exciting week- long program that gives partici- pants a firsthand experience run- ning state government. There are no lectures, no classrooms -just hands on situations that let par- ticipants take charge and make de- cisions. The program seeks young men and women who have com- pleted their junior year of high school and are willing to work to- gether in competitions and devel- op your talents and leadership skills. Participants meet new peo- ple and experience campus life. North Dakota Boys State alum- ni include state leaders in business, law and medicine. Also included are former and current Members of Congress including former gov- ernor and United States Senator John Hoeven, former Governor and United States Agriculture Sec- retary Ed Schafer, Governor Doug Burgum and legendary champi- onship Chicago Bulls and L.A. Lakers coach Phil Jackson. Gov- ernor Burgum will attend the 2017 Boys State session. Senator Heidi Heitkamp is an Photo: Submitted Above: R011a High School senior Samanlha Nordmark, left, speaks to a class lull of students dudng a recent Inp across lhe state promolJng Amer- ican Legion Boys and Girls State. At dght is Even Kdlzberger from Hills- boro. using government as the tool," Wilber said. Despite the fact proponents know the mere mention of gov- ernment or anything close to it may cause eyes to roll, there is no shortage of excitement for the programs from attendees. "Boys State completely changed my life. The American Legion sees the potential in young men and women and gives them an opportunity to explore it. The program brings together youth from all corners of the state and gives them the opportunity to cre- ate run their own govern- ment. From Governor, legisla- tors, ag commissioner and mayors, participants learn the responsi- bilities of each office. For me it showed me that I had the potential enthusiastic support of the Girls State program. She has attended to make meaningful changes in my ..... .sessiQn%fpryegs community, state and country," "past and:will again attend the *KHtzberger said. 2017 session. Local volunteer and Unit Morn William Wilber joined the at Girls state for the past six years, group to help encourage youth and Maryls Aubol was in the thick of is among Legion and Auxiliary things as she met and shared ideas proponents of the programs many withthe visiting youth. benefits. "I love my role at Girls State. I "Participants are able to earn enjoy welcoming the girls who high school credits for being in the may not have been away from program. They are also eligible for home for the first time. Many scholarships available only to par- youth come to the setting for the ticipants, but increase eligibility for first time maybe not understand- still other scholarships. Those ing what it is all about. Elections who enlist in the military may earn for city, county and state govern- an extra stripe. To get an even bet- ment elections, participants are ter feel for the program and its ad- drawn into the leadership roles and vantages visit the Facebook pages learn quickly what those respon- for Girls State and Boys state, sibilities are. They also have an op- Both programs are a terrific portunity to make new friends leadership training opportunity and from that point they learn about government in a fun way with some skits and pep rallies. As they work together ekploring gov- ernment, many bonds are created between the girls and many who may have been shy about coming in the first place do not want to leave their new friends when it is over. They are able to see how the experience is valuable to them," Aubol said. Eighteen year old Samantha Nordmark from Rolla couldn't wait to lace up her shoes and get out on the recruitment trail with the group. "I have gained so much from North Dakota Gifts State. This pro- gram changed my life. After at- tending the program, I have ma- tured into a much more civic minded community member with a new respect for the American Le- gion and Auxiliary members. I 'have gained some new leader- ship skills and opportunities as well. I now volunteer my time across the state to help promote the program to high school Juniors in hope they, too, will decide to at- tend Girls State because I know it will change their lives, too," Nord- mark said. The dates for the 2017 Boys and Girls State are scheduled for June 11 through 16. However, Boys State is held at the North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton. Girls State is held at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. More information and registration forms are available at www.NDGirlsState.org or www.NDBoysState.org. "A" Honor ltoll Megan Oberg (10) Jayden Brolliar (tl) Paige Anderson (12) Dylan DuBois (10) Sierra Jenson (11) Haley Ashpole (12) Grace Ashpole (9) Paige Laxdal (11 ) Mikayla Fingarson (12) Brendan Durand (9) Brody Nelson (11) Hailey Jackson (12) Dylan Feltman (9) Sayler Jenson (12) Nathan Gillesha .miner (9)Anna Vasel (11 ) Brooklyn Johnson (12) Tyler Jackson (9) Trey Barker (10) Rachel Jonasson (12) Grace Kertz (9) Andrew Hurt (10) Morgan Laxdal (12) Jaiden Kringstad (9) Lindsey Iverson (10) Adam Oberg (.12) Mafia Myrdal (9) Jessie O'Hara (10) Shawn Olson (12) Kaylee Pastorek (9) James O'Toole (10) Shayla Rouland (12) Emilee Reilly (9) isaac Oberg (10) Emily Swanson (12) Hunter Sobolik (9) Bailey Phelps (10) Amber Gemmill (11) Carley Reilly (10) Rachel Klose (11) "B" Honor Roll Christian Duff (9) Alexandra Knutson (1 I) Trenton Aune (12) " Courtney Loftsgard (11) Christian DuBois (12) Luke Estad (9) Taylor Reilly (11) Tyler Harmesson (12) Ercrique Garza (9) Casey Vargason (1,1) Dalton Johnson (12) Hailey Hurtt (9) Abby Zidon (11) Steven McCollum (12) McKenzie Sapa (9) Zach Larson (10) John Weeks (12) Connor Slama (9) Photo: Submitted By Jennifer Burchill to stand, and our newest addi- PARK RIVER, ' N.D. .-- tion, wobble stools, which allow When Luke walked into his third students to rock as they sit. grade classroom for the first One of my favorite parts of time, he thought, "Where are all flexible seating is that students the desks?" Tyler thought, "This are given responsibility and is weird and different from a ownership. We have 6 expecta- normal elassroom." tions the students follow, and the Flexible seating is a popular rest is up to them. It has been word among many teachers in fascinating to see how the stu- the "21 st Century Classroom." dents take the initiative to move Essentially, it means that there when they need to or try a dif- are no traditional desks. Instead, ferent spot. Being almost en- there are various types of furni- tirely through the year, many of ture to accommodate all stu- the students in my class still say dents. The students get to choose flexible seating is their favorite where they sit throughout the part of third grade, and they love day and decide where they learn being able to choose where they best. As a first year teacher after sit. Allison says, "I have spent doing extensive research, I de- many years in desks. Flexible cided to dive right in. Some of seating has givenme a whole the furniture options we have in different view of learning." our room are a table for sitting Editor's Note: Burchill is a on the floor, bathmats and clip- third grade teacher at Park boards, stools, ball chairs, places RiverArea Elementary School Lake Region names honors DEVILS LAKF_ , N.D. -- Lake Region State College has released its honor lists for Fall 2016. Students who maintained a 4.00 grade point average are named to the President's list. Students who main- tained high academic standings between 3.25 and 4.00 are named to the Dean's list. The following students were named to the LRSC President's List: Flanders,Devin Everett ............................ Minto, ND Kennelly, Karly. ................................... ,. Graflon, ND Swartz,Hannah Elizabeth ................. Park River, ND Lake Region State College Dean's List for Fall 2016.: Hanson,Jaden Lee ................................. Grafton, ND Hanson,Jillian Briana ............................ Grafton, ND Jehlicka,Hope Danielle ....................... Fordville, ND Langerud,Josh James ............................. Hoople, ND Moore,Karissa K ................................... Grafton, ND Area student earns degree DUBUQUE, Iowa-- The Uni- of psychology and assistant to the versity of Dubuque held a De- vice president for academic affairs cember Commencement Cere- on diversity at delivered the mony on Thursday, Dec. 15, in Commencerraent address titled Heritage Center's John and Alice "Prepared for the Successful and Butler Hall on campus. Degrees were conferred upon 127 under- Rewarding Life." graduate and 48 graduate stu- Local students included: Vic- dents, toria Adriano of Grafton, N.D., Henry Grubb, PhD, professor Bachelor of Science "A" Honor Roll Lucia Garza (8) Chloe Gemmill (8) Meghan Lorton (8) Zoe Muccatira (8) Katelyn Oberg (8) Alex Swanson (8) Brayden Johnson (7) Ella Kittelson (7) Jordan Labine (7) Jayse Larson (7) Lukas Pastorek (7) Wyatt Sobolik (7) "B" Honor Roll Tyson Backer (8) Joey Bjomson (8) Emma Johnson (7) Kendra Hanness0n (8) Jesse Johnson (8) Caleb Kartes (8) Hannah Oberg (8) Nyssa Santo (8) Emily Steinman (7) Lucas Anderson (7) Gwyneth Wieler (7) UNITED] Putting You First / || :)use for ever ne;but there's only one bank that puts you and your budget first e. c o m ; Member