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MAY 25, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 9 Ag g i e , Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School &apos;he most important thing I leamd... By Sarah Kastner As our school year rapidly comes to an end, it's fun to reflect on the year and how far my students have come since the beginning of the year. I also often ponder what my students will leave the third grade remembering; which lessons or activities will stay with them. So this year, i asked them. They were asked tO complete the sentence "The most important thing I learned in third grade wa " s... Here are their candid responses. Enjoy and have a wonderful, relaxing summer! The most important thing i learned in third grade was... no bullying, no name-calling, or saying "You have four eyes," Rr example. - Kyza multiplication, timesing, and plussing. -Des'tinee Pony Pride because you learned how to be safe, respectful, and how to be responsible. You also learned how to be following tile rules. - Shane multiplication because you liave to at least do twenty answers. And in fourth grade you have to do a lot of multiplication. - Josie Spelling. I used to always write words wrong now I have extra points for my report card. Last year I had a B on my Spelling now A+ or A. - Kaitlynn multiplication, because last year I had no idea what it was. - Jayse I was being in school - Charlie to be yourself because if you are acting like someone else they won't like you for who you are. - Gigi that if you be mean to people you will pay the consequences. If you are calling names you will get in trouble. - Kaylee Math. - Joe to learn my times table because l had no idea how to time and my perfect squares because those go with my times table. - Sydney to do cursive writing. - Abby no bullying, because it can hurt people's feelings. - Ethan cursive handwriting. - Cassie to learn lots of stuff in Math like adding and subtracting and multiplying so you know them next year. To learn is Grammar to know what nouns, verbs, and adjectives are so you know which is which. You should learn Spelling so you can learn your Spelling words and how to spell different words. - Shantel Editor  Note: Kastner is a 3rd Grade Teacher jbr Park River SchooLs'. ScilO01, S STUI)ENT OF TIlE ()N'TII MINTO " May 2011 Student of the Month at Minto ttigh Sch( is Leann Czapiewski. Her nominating teacher stated that Leann is a model student and has excellent grades in his class. She comes ill early to study for tests, she always aSlg for assignments ahead of time if she is going to be absent and conscientious about her work. Leann is a junior at Minto High School is the daughter of Sheila and Lee Czapiewski. LAKE AREA TECIINICAI, NSTi'I'UTE Parr( River native re00:eives degree WATERTOWN, S.D. -- The 44th Annual Lake Area Technical Institute graduation ceremony was held Friday, May 13, 2011, with five hundred fifty-eight graduates receiving their diplomas. The fblloveing students were presented their diplomas by Deb Shephard, President of Lake Area Tech. Jordan Loewen of Park River, N.D., recieved a degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology. Above (from left to right): 7th Grade - Olivia Novak, 8th Grade- Stacy Berger, Freshman- Ben Thompson, Sophomore - Shelby Arendt, Junior - Ryan Nilson, and Senior- Taylor Schlenk. (Photo: Submitted) Park River names students of the fourth quarter PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River High School Students of the Fourth Quarter Taylor Schlenk, Grade 12, daughter of Mike Slebodnik and Brook Slebodnik. Math and Music are her favorite academic subjects. Taylor is involved in volleyball, basketball, cheerleading, small group music contest and the one and three act plays. She also participates in softball, comrnunity chorus and boxing outside of school. In her spare time Taylor likes bonding with family and friends, watching movies and being outside, running, swimming and listening to music. Taylor's desire to succeed comes from her parents and family. Taylor hopes to become a biochemist. Ryan Nilson, Grade 11, son of Keith and Brenda Nilson. History is his favorite academic subject. He is in involved in golf, basketball, football and music. Outside of school, Ryan participates in youth group. In his spare time he enjoys hanging out with fiiends, sports, f camping, and lamily activities at grandma and grandpa's. His desire to succeed comes from his family and teachers. Ryail plans on going to college and then return home to the family farnl. Shelby Arendt, Grade 10, daughter of Chad and Wendy Arendt. English and Band are her favorite academic subjects. She is involved in stage band, gel< small group and piano. Outside of school Shelby works, golf's and babysits. In her spare time she enjoys golfing and hanging out with friends and family. Her desire to succeed comes from her family and friends. She is undecided right now on her future career. Ben Thompson, Grade 9, son of Ron and Jennifer Thompson. Math is his favorite academic subject. His extracunicular activities include baseball, small group and music. Outside ot' school he participates in hockey, summer baseball and youth group. In his spare time he enjoys baseball and hockey. Ben's desire to succeed comes from his parents. He aspires to become a teacher and/or sports coach. Stacy Berger, Grade 8, his Grandmother is Cheryl Berger. Math and science are his favorite academic subjects. Out of school and his spare time he enjoys bowling. Stacy wants to succeed in school and get good grades so he can become a teacher. Olivia Novak, Grade 7, daughter of Mark and Lara Novak. Her favorite academic subjects are World Geography and English. She participates in basketball. Olivia's out-of school activities include CCD and violin. In her spare time she enjoys practicing basketball and playing flute, tter desire to succeed comes from her family. She has not decided on a future career at this time but is interested in writing and coaching some type of sport. i National Honor Soci,,ty students selected at PRHS Left: Induction into the National Honor Society is not easily attained. Candidates must meet academic rigor standards, have good character, exhibit leadership, and have performed public service. The following Park River Junior students met this criteria and were admitted into the National Honor Society on April 26: Back row L to R: Jeffrey Johnson, Jordan Seim, Michael Onstad, Derek Sundby, Connor Solseng, Justin Zahradka, Isaiah Hylden Front row L to R: Molly Sobolik, Nicole Sobolik, Marit Johnson, Tricia Zikmund, Josie Thompson. (Photo: Submitted) J The Valley-Edinburg Students and After Prom Committee Would Like the Thank the Following for Donating to Their After Prom Party Alexander House First United Bank Niison Farms Inc. Harold & Alida Flom First United Insurance Nodak (John Dusek) Andy & Sara Gullickson Fred and Dorothy Hall Nodak Electric Behms Plumbing GLD Farms Northdale Oil Borg Memorial Home Grace Free Lutheran North Star Credit Union Bremer Bank Grafton Drug Nohern States Insurance Butler Grafton Equipment Nygard Bolt & Supply Cavalier Bean Co. Guy & Kari Phelps O.C. Schulz & Sons Inc. Cavalier Cinema Hall Currie Lawyers Oberg Farms Cavalier Equipment Hall's Olson Oil Choice Financial Hanson's Auto & Implement Otter Tail Choice Financial Insurance Hill's Incl Park River Veterinary Citizens State Bank Hoople Community Fund Peter and Julie Sondeland Citizens State Bank Edinburg Hoople Farmers Grain Polar Communications Citizens State Bank Midwest Hoople Gaming Fund PR Dairy Queen City of Edinburg Jared & Jessica Ellingson Randy and Deb Hurtt Crystal Fire Dept. Jim's Body Shop Richard's Welding Inc. Dale & Barb Brubakken Jim's Super Value Sharon Laxdal Dan & Diane Johnson John Evenson Simonson Lumber Daniel &Kaaren Kemp JR and Linda Hurtt Steve and Maren Olson Darrel & Karl Pastorek Kringstad Iron Works Inc. Swanson Farms Dick & Janet Fedje Leon's Building Center Tim & Naomi Hurtt DJ & Shanna Flanagan Lindie Anderson Tollefson Funeral Home Dundee Mutual Ins. Co. Lindsey & Loft Fingarson Trinity WELCA Edinburg Amer. Legion Lyle & Karen Shephard Tw.eeten's Photography Edinburg Amer. Legion Auxiliary Main Hair Care United Valley Bank Edinburg Bingo Main Street Computers US Food Services Edinburg Cenex Mark & Janne Myrdal Loren & Val ullickson Edinburg Farmers Elevator Market on Main Valley Sprayers Inc. Fagerholt Farms (Bruce) Marvin Windows Wally's Supermarket Fagerholt-Jackson Inc. 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