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PAGE 8 THE PRESS JUNE 5, 2013 AI)AMS-EDMORE Photos: Submitted Above: (L to R) Park River High School Students of the Fourth Quarter: Jordan Midgarden - Grade 12; Emily Kelm - Grade 11; Amber Gillespie - Grade 10; Cadyn Hunter - Grade 9. Below: (L to R) Dylan Myrvik - Grade 8; and Kaitlyn Blake - Grade 7. A cut above: Park River names fourth quarter Student of the Quarter honorees PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River High School would like to recognize the following students for being selected as the Students of the Fourth Quarter: Jordan Midgarden - Grade 12; Emily Kelm - Grade 11; Amber Gille- spie - Grade 10; Cadyn Hunter - Grade 9; Dylan Myrvik- Grade 8; and Kaitlyn Blake - Grade 7. These students were recognized for showing considerable growth or consistently demonstrating their best effort academically over the second nine weeks. Jordan Midgarden, son of Chuck and Dana Midgarden is a senior at PRHS. His favorite school subject is band, and he is also involved in chorus and FFA. Outside of school, Jordan partici- pates in Taekwondo, and enjoys playing the guitar, the drums, and in his band. He says that his desire to succeed comes from his friends, family, and music. Jordan's future plan is to attend Valley City State University. Emily Kelm, daughter of Brenda and Brian Rose, is a junior at PRHS. Her favorite academic subjects are math and English. Her extracurricular activities include playing hockey for the Langdon Blades Girl's Team and chorus. While outside of school, she en- joys running and rollerblading. Emily also enjoys hanging out with friends, running, rollerblad- ing, working, and spending her spare time with her family. Emily's desire to succeed comes from her parents pushing her to do well, along with the motivation of push- ing herself to try harder. Emily is planning to become an Ultrasound Technician. Amber Gillespie, daughter of Karen and Darren Houser, is a sophomore at PRHS. She is a part of volleyball and the spring play, and works at the Dairy Queen dur- ing the summer. In Amber's spare time, she enjoys walking her dog, reading, shopping, and dreaming about cats. Her desire to succeed comes from her parents. Amber plans on going into accounting and finance for a career in the future. Cadyn Hunter, son of Peter and the late Carolee Hunter, is a fresh- man at PRHS. His favorite school subjects are math and band, and he is also involved with football, bas- ketball, track, and small group music. While out of school, Cadyn participates in sports camps and youth group. In his spare time Cadyn enjoys working out, partic- ipating in sports, and sitting in the dark contemplating why he can't grow a beard like Chuck. Con- cerning his desire to succeed, Cadyn says, "Hopefully one day I will make my mom and sister proud of me." Cadyn plans on ei- ther becoming a surgeon, an engi- neer, or an architect. Dylan Myrvik, son of Tony and Loretta Myrvik, is an eighth grader at PRHS. Dylan's favorite subjects are math and science, and he is also involved with football and track. Outside of school, he is in hockey, and during his spare time, Dylan enjoys being outside. His desire to succeed comes from his parents. Dylan's career aspiration is to be- come a mechanical engineer. Kaitlyn Blake, daughter of Karl and Kimberly Blake, is a seventh grader at PRHS. Kaitlyn's favorite subjects are math, science, and so- cial studies. Her extracurricular ac- tivities include band, chorus, and volleyball, and her out-of-school activities include volleyball and babysitting. In her spare time, Kait- lyn enjoys listening to music, read- ing, baking, volleyball, four- wheeling, being outside, and hang- ing out with friends. Her desire to succeed comes from her parents and from following in her sister's footsteps. Kaitlyn is planning on going into architecture, music, and volleyball. Safety Day By Brent Arndt On May 17 and May 20 the Mr. Arndt's Applied Science Class presented a Rural Safety Day Presentation to members of the Park River Elementary. Classes in- cluded Mrs. Thompson's and Mrs. Martin's 5th Grade Classes on Friday May 17th and then on Monday May 20th to Mr. Sheer's and Mr. Moe's Classes. The presentation were part of a project given to the Applied Sci- ence Class composed of Junior and Seniors in which they were to follow create and present from the Community Safety Net project. riety of area including: Machinery Safety, Snowmobile and ATV Safety, Chemical Spills, Plant Safety and Personal Protective Equipment to name a few. The presentation was designed to help all students get a better under- standing of safety issues that are around and how to deal with prob- lems if they occur. The Safety Day Presentation was provided by the Community Safety Net, which was locally sponsored by the following Area Businesses: First United Bank, Kringstad Ironworks, Park River Above: Students make Safety Day Implement, Polar Communica- tions, FarMutual Insurance- Dundee Mutual Insurance, Hankey Farms, Jim's SuperValu, Morten- son and Rygh, CPA, Walsh Grain Terminal, LLC, Farmers Union In- surance and Northdale Oil, Inc. Photo: Submitted presentations in Park River. With their generous support the presentation went offwell and allowed all the students attending to take home a resource book to further their safety knowledge. Editor's Note: Arndt is a Park River High School Teacher. Fourth Quarter Honor Roll SENIORS "A" Thomas Boe Nikki Fickert Ashtin Freije Tia Hermanson Lucas Kratochvil Kati Larsen Kailynn Mclntyre John Nienhuis Raevyn Pesek Garrett Pic Mary Skjervheim "B" Chance Mack Tiffany Retzlaff JUNIORS "A" Nicole Bylin Jacob Johanson Karlee Linstad Shelby Lorenz SOPHOMORES "A" Cassidy Erickson Fallyn Freije Candra Kalhagen Kaden Martinson Miranda Martinson Jaedyn Pesek "n" Denver Dvorak Timothy Hodek Erika Kratochvil Robb Kuchar Colton Skorheim FRESHMEN "A" Ashtyn Pesek Alexandra Rose Lauren Sampson Jonathan Skjervheim "n" Colton Agotness Joshua Graham 8th GRADE "A" Nicole Landsem Haley Lorenz "B" Juan Castillo Jr. Mary Nienhuis Timothy Retzlaff 7th GRADE ttAt Tanner Aanstad Austin Jenniges MiKara Johanson Leandre Kalhagen Emily Ketelsen "B" Christopher Larsen Fourth Quarter Honor Roll A Honor Roll 12th Grade Chad Jelinek Jordan Midgarden Jean Pich Cole Rehovsky llth Grade Andrew Brummond Rebecca Denault Zachary Gaarder Anna Rand Benjamin Thompson Abigail Zikmund 10th Grade Samantha Blixt Courtney Clemetson Amber Gillespie Albert Irvine Hope Jehlicka Isak Johnson Rylan Setness Hannah Swartz Alexa Thompson Claire Welch 9th Grade Brendan Carter Peyton Cole Cadyn Hunter Andrew Jimenez Jordan Johnson Erin Kovarik Emily Laaveg Kaitlyn Nelson Spencer Rehovsky Amanda Seim Emily Zikmund Will Zimmerman 8th Grade Emily Frovarp Jackson Hankey Andrew Moe Ifedayo Omotunde Casey Solseng Steven Thompson Anne Welch Jenna Zavalney 7th Grade Kaitlyn Blake Sawyer Cudmore Jacob Ham Jace Jehlicka Beatrice Kjelland Annie Koenig Julia Koppang Kristen Larson Christian Lundquist Josephine Markusen Morgan Seim Courtney Shirek Elaina Swartz Charles Thompson Nicholas Whaley Tobias Zikmund B Honor Roll 12th Grade Katelyn Anderson Kristin Bosh Rebecca Bratlie Jasmine Flaten Bridget Foerster Thomas Gillespie Kirsten Johnson Carly Myrdal Aloria Nelson Katrina Nord Emma Novak Aaron Peterka Jillian Skjordal Kendall Slebodnik Heather Sobolik Sadie Void llth Grade Brit Brouillard Ashley Fontaine Joseph Frausto Andrew Hylden Levi Johnson Zachary Nelson Morgan Porter Kaitlyn Uhlir 10th Grade Carter Arendt Alexis Greicar-Pic Abraham Hankey Seth Helgeson Daniel Onstad 9th Grade Diana Bata Emily Bratlie Levi Cudmore Daman Flaten Olivia Novak Kirsten Whaley 8th Grade Audrey Beck Trent Carlson . Elijah Hylden Dante Irvine MaKayla Jelinek Dylan Myrvik Ethan Peterson Alec Setness 7th Grade Britton Bina Zachary Bosh Gretchen Bmmmond Kaitlyn Eliason Jacob Erovick Ian Helgeson Zachary Hell Callan Hunter Thomas Magnusson Emily Morgan Maggie Novak Mason Powers Christopher Salinas Jonah Sanderson Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only your newspaper or 1-800-685-8889 for details HELP WANTED TEACHERS WANTED: BUSINESS teacher & special education teache needed. If you are qualified and inter- ested, please send resume to Super- intendent Mary Larson, 307 W. Main St., Strasburg, ND 58573 or call (701i 366-2667 EXT 212. BUSINESS MANAGER/ BOOK KEEPER position in our office. Duties and responsibilities consist of A/R and A/P, Sales Tickets, General Ledger', Fixed Assets, Inventory. Need solitd understanding of accounting, stron.g computer and technology skills. 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