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PAGE 8 THE PRESS NAY 30, 2012 Adams School District # 28 Notice of Annual Election Fordville-Lankin Public School District #005 Notice of Annual Election Park River School District #78 Notice of Annual Election Valley-Edinburg Public School District #118 Notice of Annual Election Park River Public School S )ecial Board Meeting Public Notices Adams School District #128 Notice of Annual Election Notice is hereby given that on the 12th day of June, 2012, the annual election for the Adams School District #128 will be held for the purpose of electing one member for the school board. Danny Koppang has filed for a position on the Adams School Board. Election will be held at the Adams City Auditorium. The polls will be open at 11:00 a.m. and will close at 7:00 p.m. of that day. By the order of the Adams School Board Bonnie Zahradka, Business Manager (May 23, May 30, June 6, 2012) Fordville-Lankin Public School District #005 Notice of Annual Election Notice is hereby given that on June 12, 2012, the annual election for the Fordville-Lankin School District #005 will be held for the purposes of electing two directors for three year terms. Polls will be open from 11:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m. Polling places will be the Fordville Ambulance Building and the Lankin Fire Hall. Dated May 15, 2012 Fordville-Lankin School Board of Education Paulette Bosh, Business Manager (May 23, 30, 2012) Park River Public School District #78 Notice of Annual Election Notice is hereby given that the annual election of the Park River School District #78 will be held on Tuesday, June 12, 2012, in the Park River School Alumni Room Polls will open at 11:00 a m, and close at 7:00 p.m. There will be two positions to be voted on, one rural and one city. Both board positions are for a three year term, Rebecca Svobodny Business Manager (May, 30, June 6, 2012) Valley-Edinburg Public School District #118 Notice of Annual Election Notice is hereby given that on the 12th of June, 2012, the annual election for the Valley-Edinburg School District #118 will be held for the purpose of electing three directors; one director for a three year term for the Valley area, one director for a three year term for the Edinburg area, and one director for a three year term for the At Large position.. Polls will be open at eleven o&apos;clock a.m. and close at seven o'clock p.m. Polling place will be the Crystal City Hall, Hoople City Hall, and Valley-Edinburg High School. Positions up for election are those currently held by Dianne Goodoien, Mary Laxdal, and Wayne Brandvold. The following people have filed for the positions to be voted on: Dianne Goodoien has filed for the Valley Area position. Mary Laxdal has filed for the Edinburg area, and Andrew Gullickson and Paul O'Toole have filed for the At Large position. Applications for absentee ballots are available at the Valley-Edinburg Elementary K-4 School Office in Hoople, Valley-Edinburg Elementary 5-8 School Office in Crystal, and Valley-Edinburg High School Office in Edinburg, absentee ballots must be received by Business Manager, Eileen Rinde, at the Edinburg office the day prior (June 11,2012) to the election. (May, 30, June 6, 2012) PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOL regarding the reorganization process and SPECIAL BOARD MEETING answered questions from those in THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2012 attendance, . ATB:!0 PM ..... presdet Hahn :alled.tbe Special Special board meeting held April 19, 2012 All members present The special meeting followed the public input meeting for reorganization with Adams School District, Mr Ham gave a presentation board meeting to order at 8:10 p.m M: Brummond S: Houser to proceed with the reorganization plan with Adams School District Laaveg aye, Thompson aye, Hahn aye, Brummond aye and Houser aye, M C There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:11 pm DiaMa Hahn, President  .............. ' < ATTEST: ' Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager (May 30, 2012) Park River Public School Regular Board Meeting PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOL REGULAR BOARD MEETING THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2012 AT 6 PM Regular board meeting held April 19, 2012 All members present Others in attendance were Laurie Larson, Nancy Larson, Glenn Rost and Jackie Zikmund President Hahn called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve the March 22, 2012, Special Meeting Minutes, All in favor, M ,C M: Brummond S: Houser to approve the March 13, 2012, Regular Board Meeting Minutes, All in favor, M,.C M: Thompson S: Laaveg to approve the expenditures as follows: General Fund #1224444-124491, $195,255 28; Payroll & Benefits #27899-28016, $504,606 23; Manual checks #12284- 12294, $22,582 79 and Special Activities #10339-10389, $47,313 90, All in favor, M,C FIRST UNIIED BANK OF $2,941 25 IHE HARTFORD - PRIORI $1,891 ..53 REGION III $400..00 DEPARIMENI OF PUBLIC $20 00 SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS $2,153,,87 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIEL: $8790,,99 AFLAC $1,537 82 FLEXIBLE BENEFITS/DIS{ $2,555 80 RICK CLEMEISON $100 00 IRE LIBRI FOUNDAIION $300,.00 THE HARTFORD - PRIORI $1,891 53 AMAZON COM CREDII $864..30 APPLE INC $4,588_00 BECKY SVOBODNY $25 00 BRENDA NILSON $282..80 CHAR MYRDAL . $26 34 CITS CREDII CARD $148 41 CIIY OF PARK RIVER $240 00 CULINEX $32..99 DAHLEN PLUMBING & BEA $95..34 DAKOTA ASSEMBLIES $375 00 DEPT OF PUBLIC INSIRI $509 00 DORSHER PIANO IUNING $240..00 FIRST CARE HEALTH CEN $118 00 GLENN ROSI $36..00 GRAFION SCHOOL DISIRI1 $8635 48 GRAND FORKS PUBLIC SCI $272 25 HANSONS AUTO & IMPLEM $85 60 HR SOUND & LIGHI $327 76 HEARI OF THE VALLEY Cg $1,200 00 JEAN FJELD $624 99 JOY BUCHHOLIZ $1084 98 KATHY KIBLER $1921 32 KIERsTEN HURTT $10 00 KiRK HAM $126 48 KRINGSIAD IRONWORKS I1 $11 22 LEON'S BUILDING CENTER $2,224 70 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILIT $4,815 65 NANCY LARSON $10 00 NORTH SIAR COOP $3,967 01 NORTH VALLEY VOCAIION"; $1,182 00 NORTHERN VALLEY GROW $50 00 OFFICE MAX $36 48 PRAIRIE LEARNING CENI~ $1,197 90 PROJECI APPLESEED $500 00 ROB SCHERR $140 00 SCHOLASrlC BOOKS CLUB: $283 13 SYSCO NORrH DAKO'IA $968 20 THREE STAR DAIRY, INC $2,556 84 TIME MANAGEMENT SYSIEt $23..75 UPPER VALLEY SPECIAL US OODSERVtCE GRG DI WALSH COUNIY PRESS WAYNES VARIETY WEEKLY READER WELCH'S BAKERY WELLS FARGO CORPOR WELLSFARGO BANK BRENDA SCHERR BRUCE HEGGEN CAVALIER PUBLIC SCHOO: DON NA GALLOWAY DONNY PORI.ER DRAYION/VALLEY/EDINBU DUSTIN MARTIN FORDV LLB LANKIN HIGH GRAFTON SCHOOL DISIRIc JOEY SAND KEIrH BERG MAll DRYBURGH MIDWAY-MINTO MORGAN PRINTING ND HIGH SCHOOLACI AS,: NORIH BORDER EAGLES NORIHWOOD HIGH SCHOOL $72 00 ROB SCHERR $140 00 RYAN KASIE $50 00 SIEVE LARSON SIUDIO $60 00 SUNSHINE IRAVEL COMPA $11,899.00 IODD BURIANEK IODD KJELLAND TRENT CARLSON TROPHIES & ENGRAVING TYLER WASLASKI A & M RESOURCES ACHIEVE THERAPY CANDO HIGH SCHOOL CHERI LO'IHSPEICH COCA-COLA REFREsHMEN DAKIRONICS GERRELLS SPORI CENTER GRAFTON SQUARE HOLIDAY INN JS WHOLESALE & VENDIN1 KADRI4AS, LEE & JACKSOI ND FFA ASSOCIATION PARK RIVER HIGH SCHOO $16,190.69 PARK RIVER REVOLVING ,, $680 00 PEMBINA COUNTY EDUCAT $50 00 PROM NIlE $4,447 99 REGION III SPEECH $817 44 $22,540..91 $6,792. ,74 $152 80 $7 96 $488 15 $623 80 $124185.00 $400 00 $140 00 $140 00 $465 02 $300 00 $80 00 $5O7 02 $140 00. $375 02 $345 02 $140 00 $350 00 $140 00 $425 02 $17 50 $670 60 $645 02 $60 00 $140 00 $140 00 $113 70 $150 75 $106 28 $787 93 $120 00 $34 26 $844 80 $1,245 00 $1,129 52 $559 99 $207 90 $266 30 $204 06 $257 50 SUNSHINE KIDS CENTER $21600 IHREE STAR DAIRY, INC $56813 IROPHIES & ENGRAVING $11455 WAYNES VARIETY $33 f.0 WELCH'S BAKERY $81 15 WTNCRAFT INC 30512-18 $48 53 WORLD'S FINEST CHOCOL $380 90 M: Brummond S: Laaveg to table until the May meeting the coaching positions for baseball and girls' basketball, All in favor, M ,C M: Laaveg S: Thompson to accept the JMart bid for carpet in the Coaches' Office and one elementary classroom and School Specialties' bid for Centiva tile in the Teachers' Lounge, All in favor, M ,C,, M: Brummond S: Houser to approve the Target Roofing bid for replacement of the kitchen, shop, hall and 1955 Building roof, All in favor, M ,C M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve the Agreement to Reduction-in-Force Nonrenewal of Joanne Peterson, All in favor, M ,C M: Laaveg S: Houser to approve the hiring of Aaron Schram as the High School Principal, All in favor, MC M: Thompson S: Laaveg to approve the administrative and non-certified salaries for 2012-2013, All in favor, M C, M: Brummond S: Houser to table until the May meeting discussion regarding door bids, All in favor, M.,C, M: Laaveg S: Houser to accept the resignation of Edie Rygh with regrets, All in favor, M c Kirk Ham gave a Financial and REA Report Administrative reports were received by Brenda Nilson, James Lehman and Kirk Ham Tracy Laaveg gave a Library Report., There was no Vocational Center Report, Jackie Zikmund addressed the Board regarding substitute pay,, Other items of discussion included: summer projects, list of graduates and issues regarding the track, The next meeting is scheduled for May 17, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:15 p.m. Diana Hahn, President ATTEST: Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager Vote for Max Laird on June 12th. Learn more at www.maxfordpi.com Paid for by Max Laird Campaign. Logan Tong, Treasurer (May 30, 2012) Grafi:c)n girls golf advance to state Above: Grafton's Alison Burns won the Region Golf Tournament in Grafton shooting a 77. Girls Region 3 qualify- ing teams include North Star, Grafton, and Lari- more. Right: Shelby Arendt of Park River fin- ished the day with a 102. The Aggies fin- ished seventh with a score of 448. The NDHSAA State B Girls' and Boys' Golf Tourna- ments will be held Tues- day, May 29 and Wednesday, May 30, 2012. Girls' tournament action will be played at Carrington's Cross- ........ : ......... Roads. Ready to Lead. Max Laird is the only candidate who combines the breadth of teaching experience with the depth of policy knowledge we need as our next Superintendent of Public Instruction. Max Laird understands the challenges facing today's students. He taught students from every walk of life during his 26 years in the classroom. Max Laird is a consistent champion for reform: education innovation, expanded student opportunities and appropriate accountability. Max Laird... Ready to make the changes our kids need - now. .)