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HOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 18,2016 Page 7 Thur. May 19 - wed., May Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: French toast casserole, sauce L: taco salad w/wimmirk%s, black beans, corn, fruit Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice 1: chicken rice soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, ~mce Men- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: chicken burger, French fries, sauce Tues- B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: soup (Cook's Choice) assorted smldwiches, crackers, fruit Wed- B: pancakes, sauce I,: Cook's Choice FORDvILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or geg. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: scrambled %~z~,s, toast, juice L: hamburger hot dish, buns, fruit cups Fri- B: caramel rolls, juice L: taco in a bag w/assorted toppings, fl-esh fruit Men- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice l: cream of potato soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, cheese slices, fruit cups Tues- B: grilled cheese, juice L: Cook's Choice Wed- B: Cook's Choice L: Co~k's Choice MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MmTo) Fruits, vegetables, milk, pea, nut butter, jelly~ and bread served with alI meals. Thurs- B: muffins, yogurt L: burritos, chips and cheese Fri- B: French toast, syrup, juice :L: pizza, treat ,~ 'Men- B: Cook's Choice L: Cook s Choice Tues- B: Cook's Choice L: Cooks Choice Wed- B: Cook's Choice L: Cooks Choice PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RAVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk se~red daily. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: BBQ pork on WG bun, beans Fri- B: bre,~cfast bagels I2 pizza, carrofini Men- Cook's Choices Tues- C~k's Choices Wed- Cook's Choices Your ad goes here! Call 284-6333 today for rates. VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Fresh vesgies (lettuce, broccoli, cmrrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entT~e. Thurs- hot ham and cheese, baked chips, carrots Fri- BBQ, baked l~mls Men- chicken burgers, green beans Tues- Mr. Currie's famous hotdogs, baked beans, chips Wed- pizza, peas VALLEY~ EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- crispitos, assorted toppings, tropical fruit Fri- cheese French bread pizza, broccoli, applesauce Men- Cooks Choice Tues- C\-~oks Choice Wed- Cooks Choice VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- hot ham & cheese, bush's beans, chips, brownies Fri- BBQ on WG bun, macaroni salad Mon- hambur,~;cr patty on WG bun w/toppings, bush's beans, cookie Tues- Cooks Choice Wed- Cc~ks Choice m Above: (L to R) Pe on Cole- Park River Area School, Kylah Horsley- North B.order;.Pembina Schoo.I= R,eecfl. John n - ..Larimore High School, Erin Kovadk- Pad( River Area School and Emily Laaveg - Park River School. Below: Hayley Fingarson, Edinbu g. oaroo uullum, Aahur. wesmey emp, t;avader. PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Polar tions, in cooperation with its re- Communications is pleased to an- tired employees. This scholarship nounce its 2016 scholarship and is awarded to a student who is in- award recipients, volved in their school, serves their community, achieves lead- John G.Walters Scholarship ership roles in activities, func- This year Polar awarded five tions or organizations, and strives $1,000 scholarships in honor of to reach their highest potential. former General Manager John G. Consideration is also given to any Waiters. The awards are given to work or internship experience outstanding high school seniors outside of school. Applicants whose parents or guardians are must be a senior in high school or current subscribers of Polar Corn- freshman or sophomore in cot- munications or its subsidiaries, lege, and their parents or Applicants are judged on essay guardians must be Polar cus- content, grammar, academic tomers. achievement and community in- The recipient of the 2016 Polar volvement. Leadership Scholarship in the This year's winners arePeyton amount of $2,000 is being Cole - Park River Area School, awarded to Hayley Fingarson, Kylah Horsley - North Border- Edinburg, North Dakota. Hayley PembinaSchool, Reece Johnson is currently a sophomore at Larimore High School, Erin NDSU majoring in Family and Kovarik - Park River Area School Consumer Sciences Education. and Emily Laaveg - Park River Area School. Foundation for Rural Service Scholarship Polar Leadership The Foundation for Rural' Scholarship Service (FRS) offers an annual The Leadership Scholarshil5 is college scholarship program to sponsored by Polar Communica- students from rural America tbr their first year of college, univer- education. sity, or vocational-technical school. Each student is sponsored Foundation lbr Rural by an NTCA member company. Service Youth Jbur This year's recipient is Jared Each year, in collaboration Dullum, Arthur, North Dakota. with NTCA member companies, Jared is receiving $2,500 with FRS brings rural students from $2,000 coming from FRS and across the United States to Wash- $500 from the sponsoring corn- ington, DC, tbr a four-day tour of pany, which is Polar in this case. some of the most historical sites The FRS College Scholarship in the nation. Program seeks to encourage stu- This year's tour is June 4-8, dents to return to their rural corn- 2016. While there, students also munities upon completing their learn about the telecommunica- Photos: Submitted lions industry, as Well as the reg- ulatory and legislative processes. Educational sessions on these topics are greatly cnhanccd by site visits to the U.S. C) pitt)l and the FCC to meet x ith industry leaders and members of Con- gress. The students also arc given ample time to explore the nation's capital and its:; many 'at- ' ractions. Pol?u" is prou'd to qpons.or \Ves- ley Kemp of Cavalier for thi; year's trip. F VILLE, N.D. area teachers and one area school administrator have been named to the Ren- aissance National Honor Roll for outstanding pei'- fomaance in advancing students' achievement in read- ing. Jennie Brueckner, Katie Geisinger, Darlene Chris- tianson earned the state exclusive distinction by guid- ing effective implementation of the independent read- ing practice in Accelerated Reader, a K- 12 program that motivates students and personalizes reading practice while enabling educators to monitor comprehension and growth. Renaissance Learning, as assessment and learning analytics company based in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis- consin, recognizes educators who have led students to successfully meet or exceed data targets that research shows lead to accelerated student growth in reading and math. Renaissance Learning provides educators with re- search-based data targets for reading and math practice that lead to an effective and sustainable implementa- tion. Educators guide students tOflaese data targets over a 25-week period they provide reports that show stu- dents met the data targets. Those who successfully led their students to achieve these targets earn National Hon, or Roll status and receive a certificate and celebratory items to recognize their StudentS' success. "We are all very proud of our students achievement. It reflects our daily focus, energy and dedication to im- proving our students education," said Daniel Warcken, Elemen y Principal at Fordville-Lankin Public School who was also recognized with the a&ninistrator National Honor Roll Certification. "We often talk about not judg- ing a book by its cover, creating focus towards the pages content, seeing what's on the inside. Much like our school. What happens within the classroom walls is where the heart grows and minds develop. A big thanks to the morns, dads, grandmas and grandpas, success in education originates at home." This marks the third year in a row Fordville-Lankin Public School has earned the highly rigorous award. earns V-500,Scholarship VALLEY CITY, N.DI ...... The 'Valle .......... i - ' City 'State [ m\'e :s iy Office of Enrollment Services at scholarships are made a;'Xi raNe as Valley City State University is a resultdfthegener0us suppo'fl'of pleased to announce that Gianni alunmi and friends olthe univer- Muhale, son of Lucia Ngwenya, sity. Students are setccted to rc- Grafton, ND, has been awarded a VCSU V-500 Scholarship tbr the ceive these scholarships on the ba- 2016-2017 academic year. Gian- sis of their high school GPA. ni will graduate fioin Grafton ACT/SAT score and their high High School in May of 2016. school class rank . .... II II wcpress@p01arc0mm.c0m R0. Box 49 Park River, ND 58270 100 Prospect Ave., Grafton Im Figurines/Glassware Redwing Crocks Chicken & Rooster Collection Special Pitcher Collection Cookbooks (Church & Organization) Framed Art (Rural ND) Wood Chairs/Rockers Horse Hair Blanket Toy Tractors Commemorative Belt Buckles Hestor/Tisco/White Craftsman Table Saw/ Drill Press John Deere Gator Misc. Furniture including Bedroom Set, Sofa, Recliners Lots of Hand Held Tools and Hardware Many Household Items including Pots, Pans, and dishes Lifetime of hobby farm equipment including G Allis Chalmers, 3012 JD, 350 International SUMMER TIME FUN Ffifih Union Walsh County Paid for by Jack Karas oa his own behalf.