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MAY 11, 2011 THE PRESS PAGF: 5 Thur., May 12- Wed., May 18 Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thur.: B: Cereal, PBJ L: Pizza, green beans, applesauce Fri.: B: Toast, sauce L: Tomato soup, grilled cheese, salad, carrot sticks, sauce Men.: B: Cereal, PBJ L: Hamburger macaroni hotdish, carrots, salad. sauce Tue.: B: Toast, sauce L: Hot ham & cheese, fries, salad, sauce, frosted graham Wed.: B: Omelets, toast L: Baked potato, assorted toppings, applesauce ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Thur.: B: Taco-go, kiwi L: Pizza soup, breads sticks, broccoli, cauliflower, oranges, apples Fri.: B: Cereal, toast L: Baked potato bar, assorted toppings, pineapple bits k Men.: B: Cereal, toast L: Taco in a bag, assorted toppings, bananas Tue.: B: Caramel rolls L: Beefy scalloped potatoes, cranberries, bread, mandarin oranges Wed.: B: Cereal, toast L: Tomato soup, moz. sticks, baby carrots, strawberries FORDVILLE~LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur.: B: Pancakes L: Mac and cheese, salad bar, fruit Fri.: B: Grilled Cheese L: Pepperoni and cheese pizza, coleslaw, fruit sauce Men.: B: Cereal, toast L: Cook's choice Tue.: B: Breakfast sandwiches L: Cook's Choice Wed.: B: Scrambled es L: Cook's Choice MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at aH breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Thur.: Egg patties L: Hot ham & cheese, veggies, potato chips, fruit cup Fri.: Cereal L: Taco salad, lettuce, cheese, salsa, fruit cup Men.: Egg patties L: Assorted sandwiches, corn, veggies, fruit cup Tue.: Cereal L: Barbecues, baked beans, potato chips, fruit cup Wed.: Cereal L: Polish sausages on bun, potato chips, ve&%ies, fruit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur.: B: French toast, sausage L: Drummies, mac salad, salad bar, fruit Fri.: B: Breakfast pizza L: Quesadillas, salad bar, fruit Men.: B: Breakfast bagels L: Chicken (popcorn or strips), salad bar, fruit Tue.: B: Egg patties, toast L: Hamburger bar, salad bar, fruit Wed.: B: French toast, Sausage L: Hot dogs, beans, salad bar, fruit VALLEY~EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Vegie, Dessert served with all meals. Thur.: Chicken & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Dinner Roll, Vegetable Fri.: Hot Ham & Cheese, Sun Chips, Vegetable, Lettuce Men.: Spaghetti, Garlic Toast, Vegetable, Lettuce Tue.: Chicken Strips, Tater Tots, Vegetable, Lettuce Wed.: Sub Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Vegetable, Lettuce VALLEY~EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) Thur.: tuna/egg salad/bologna sandwiches, salads, veggies, dessert Fri.: hamburger hotdish, sandwiches, veggies, dessert Men.: ham and cheese, lettuce salad, ve&%ies, fruit, Tue.: taco in a bag, sandwiches, dessert Wed.: corn dogs, baked beans, sandwiches, veggies, dessert VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thur.: Macaroni hot dish, French bread, coru, salad bar, fruit Fri.: Crispitos, salad, bar, fruit Men.: French Toast, sausages, egg patty, salad bar, fruit Tue.: Spaghetti with meat sauce, garlic toast, salad bar, fruit Wed.: Taco salad, salad bar, jello with bananas i VAI,I,EY CITY STATE UNIVERSITY Par[r River native awarded u:holarship VALLEY CITY, N.D. -- The Financial Aid Office at Valley City State University, Valley City, North Dakota is pleased to announce that Beau Brunsvold has been awarded the MDU Resources Foundation Scholarship by the Division of Business and Technology Education for the 2011-2012 academic year. Beau is a junior pursuing a major in History with a minor in Earth and Environmental Science. He is the son of Stuart and Suellen Brnnsvold of Park River, ND. Aggie Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School lhe Summer fife at Par00 River S00:hool By Jennifer Johnson Many people assume that once school is out, the school buildings are quiet and nothing happens until the last few days before school starts. Little do they know, the school can be a busy place during those ,long days of summer. It is a different pace that isn't controlled by the ringing of the bells, but in a way that reminds us of all the things that go on behind the scenes in a school. There are many things to do to prepare for the next school year- an old year to close out and a new year to prepare for. There are many state reports that need to be completed, workshops to attend, transcripts to be sent colleges for the graduates and things to catch up on that don't get done during the year. The supplies need to be ordered, along with new textbooks and equipment that will be used in the next school year. New computers are also ordered and set up so they are ready to go in August. Budgets need to be set. Don't forget the teachers that come in during the surmner to work in their rooms. The school gets a good cleaning from top to bottom during these months. Our custodians are hard at work with the many improvements that are necessary in the continuing effort to update 'our building. Painting, replacing floors, waxing floors are just a few of the things that are happening. Often, local contractors, electricians and plumbers are coming and going while working on projects. Of course during July, when Summer School is going on, the Elementary School is a bustling with activity in the morning hours. Basketball and volleyball camps, drivers education, open gym and the Alumni Banquet all bring people to the school too. Then the supplies start arriving in August and it is a little like Christmas! Crayons, new textbooks & novels, dry erase markers, science supplies, new -sports uniforms, balls, etc. All will be properly put away, and waiting for another school year to start with students ready to learn and grow. As you can see, there is a lot that happens here during the not so lazy days of smnmer. Editor's Note: Johnson is a secretary for Park River Schools. f Getting into the swing of spring Right: Fordville- Lankin-Park River Flyers Levi Cudmore tags out Cavalier's Brandon Chrest at second base. The Flyers dropped a doubleheader to Cavalier in Fordville Photo on front: Jared Mack knocks the ball away from FLPR catcher Noah Zimmerman. Left: Park River's Garret Pic won the shot.put at the Cavalier Invitational. Pie also has qualified for state in the shot put. Middle: Drayton-St. Thomas-Valley-Edinburg track's Paul Tharalson finished second in the pole valut at the Invitational. Right: Grafton's John LeClerc finished second in the 11O-meter hurdles in Cavalier. John is qualified for state in the event. J Ralston awarded VCSU u:holarship VALLEY CITY, N.D. -- The School in May of 2009. Office of Enrollment Services at Valley City State University Valley City State University is scholarships are made available as plea%ed to,announce that Katelyn :  a result of the generous support of Ralston, daughter of Kent and Munmi and friends of the Mary Ralston, Dahlen, ND, has . university. Students are selected to been awarded a VCSU V-500 receive these scholarships on the Scholarship for the 2011-20t2 basis of their high school GPA, academic year. Katelyn graduated ACT/SAT score and 'their high fr6m Fordville - Lankin High school class rank. Area student re00:ognized for honor, JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Rebecca O'Toole of Crystal was recognized at the Jamestown College Honors Convocation held April 14. O'Toole was recognized for the following honor: Erma G. Taylor Scholarship Established in 1883, Jamestown College is a private, liberal arts four-year College granting bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, and bachelor of science in nursing degrees as well as master's degrees in education. Jamestown College offers more than 40 areas of study. With the Jamestown College Journey to Success, emphasis is placed not only on preparing students academically in their chosen areas of study, but also on preparing students through an experience that is student- centered and integrates the liberal arts with sound professional programs. The Journey includes a four-year graduation guarantee and a guaranteed internship. For the fourth consecutive year, Jamestown College is the highest ranked Top Tier college in North Dakota as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. Jamestown College has also been named a Best Midwestern College by the Princeton Review. Area student commits to Eagles bastetball ST. PAUL -- Northwestern College head men's basketball coach Tim Grosz is proud to announce that Thomas Shephard from Crystal, N.D. has committed to the Eagles for the 2011-12 season. Shephard played his high school basketball career at Valley- Edinburg High School under Cory Laxdal. At Valley-Ediunburg, Shephard played a combination of guard and tbrward, averaging 19.8 points and 8.4 rebounds per game to go with 3.7 assists per contest. During his senior year, Shephard had 14 double-doubles and three triple- doubles while scoring a game-high 38 points. Having scored 1,344 career points, Shephard helped Valley-Edinburg to a 16-8 record and a fourth place finish in the regional tournament.. Shephard will play in the Lion's All-Star basketball games this summer. Northwestern finished the season with a 21-7 overall record while going 13-1 in Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) play, earning the conference's first-ever automatic qualifier into the NCAA Toumament. Northwestern lost to the University of St. Thomas, the eventual NCAA Champion, by a 70-60 score in the opening round after leading the Tommies for most of the game. Grosz will enter his 12th season at Northwestern's helm in 2011 - 12 after winning conference championships in nine of his last 11 years. The Eagles will lose three seniors heading into the 2011-12 season, two of whom started on a regular basis. Included in that group of departing seniors is Brian Lecheler, an all-American who was named the UMAC's Player of the Year in 2010-11. f What dreams are made of: V-E prom Neon Dreams was the theme for the Valley- Edinburg prom held April 29 at the Crystal gym. Above: Shayna Phelps and Jeremy Ulvog pose for a picture at the end of the runway in Crystal during the Valley-Edin- burg prom. Left: Krista Zidon tells Carter Hunter which direction they go at the end of the runway at the Valley-Edinburg prom. , ( i ',