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Valley-Edinburg student to take part SCHOOL WALSH COUNTY PRESS - WEDNESDAY, ULY 2|,202I Envision’s National Youth Leadership Forum: Pathways to STEM. ‘ CRYSTAL, N.D. This sum- mer, Gary Olimb from Crystal, N.D., will join outstanding ele— mentary school students from. across the state to take part in a unique academic and career ori- ented development experience, the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Pathways to STEM, taking place in Min— neapolis, Minn. starting July 25. NYLF Pathways to STEM is one of the Envision by World- Strides family of programs I (www.envisionexperiencecom) that enable students to explore their interests and experience learn- ing beyond the classroom. Gary was nominated by his third grade teacher, Alyson Hall, at Valley-Edinburg‘ Elementary School in Hoople, N.D. Gary has always been interested in science — from dinosaurs to geology to engineering and more. Gary is most excited about the Intro to En- gineering portion of the forum. He will have the opportunity to build and program his own robot. “As an alumna of Envision my- self, I am excited for Gary to meet, work, and collaborate with fellow high-aspiring students from other cities and schools,” said Amanda Freitag Thomas, SVP for Envision. “Hands down, my fa— vorite part of attending an Envision program was being with motivat- ed students in an environment de— signed to help us challenge our as- sumptions, meet-new people, and grow. Creating that same learning environment is a central focus for all of our programs. At NYLF Pathways to STEM, students build the confidence and skills needed to excel in the classroom while gain- ing exposure to STEM fields and concepts. They learn how to adapt to and communicate in new situ- ations, to new challenges, and with new people, which, given how rapidly the world is changing due to technology and innovation, are essential skills for success.” , For over ’35 years, Envision by WorldStrides has empowered ex- traordinary students to become their best selves through programs that enable them to discover their passion, explore a career, and pos- itively impact their world. In 2018, . Envision became part of the World- Strides family. The largest provider of educational travel and experi- ences in the United States, World- Strides works with over 50,000 ed— ucators each year to help more than 550,000 students see the world~ and themselves—in new ways. Youth Camp enrollment near WALHALLA, N.D. — Final registra— tion deadline for the Frost Fire 3rd Annual Youth Arts Camp has been extended until Tuesday, July 27th. So don’t delay. Mail your registration forms today! The ENCORE Youth Arts Camp will be held Monday, August 2 through Friday, Au— gust 6 at Frost Fire Park. The day camp is available to all students going into Grade )3 through Grade‘ 12. Campers will be di—u. 'jvided up into two groups: grades 3-6 and‘ , grades 7— 12. Each group will have the op- portunity to participate in both visual and performing arts activities. The camp runs Monday through Friday from 9: 15 am. to 3:15 pm. There will be a free public per- , formance and art 'show at 4:00 pm. on Fri- day, August 6th Registration fee is $100.00. The musical theater portion of the camp will‘be under the guidance of our profes- sional theater arts teaching staff. This year we are excited to have Frost Fire alum, Craig Petersen and his wife, Kristin Larson. Craig has been performing professionally in Des Moines for the past ten years and Kristin is currently Professor and Chair of the Theater Arts Department at Grand View University in Des Moines. Some of the theatre skills students will learn about include: character development, stage movement, vocal performance, improvi— sation, and choreography. Craig and Kristin will be joined by Misti Koop, a regional FROST FIRE PARK 2021, till“! Photo- Allison Olimb performer who has worked with the Medo- ra Summer Musical, Empire Arts Center in Grand Forks, Fort Totten Little Theater in Devils Lake and is currently a cast mem- ber of “The Marvelous Wonderettes”. Students will also participate in three vi—' sual arts classes each day. They will ex- plore art concepts in various media, in- cluding painting, mixed media, pottery, and ‘ more. Classes will engage students in the F UNdamentals of Art with an emphasis on creativity and self-expression. Art in- structors include Mindi Lill, an art educator in the Langdon Public Schools, and David Paukert, former Larimore High School art instructor. A bussing system with the help from area schools and the County Transit Sys- tem will be provided for those students who will need transportation to and from camp. The cost for bussing per student is $30.00 for the week. Bussing will be provided to students from throughout the region in- cluding Drayton, Cavalier, Minto, Park River, Grafion, Edinburg, Mountain, Lang- available by going to frostfirepark.org/en— core. Download and complete the regis- tration and waiver forms and mail along with your payment to David Paukert, PO Box 309, Michigan, ND 58259. For additional information contact David Paukert/ Camp Director at 1 (701) 259-2384 or email dpaukert8@gmail.com. Page 9 in Bevan Rost awarded scholarship at Mayville MAYVILLE, N.D. :— Officials at Mayville State University are . pleased to announce that Bevan of Park River, North Dakota has been awarded an Honor Scholarship for the 2021-2022 school year. Bevan is the daughter of Jarrod and Kirnber— ly Rost, she plans to study social sci- ence at Mayville. Her future goals are to teach social studies at a high school level and coach volleyball. Mayville State scholarship awards are based on previous academic performance and participation in extracurricular activities. They reflect the student’s past accomplishments and potential contributions to the Mayville State community. Mayville State University is na— tionally identified for teacher edu- cation, the largest academic program on campus. Business administration and physical education and wellness programs are also popular programs on a campus known for the person- al attention provided to its students. The Princeton Review has named Mayville State University a Best in the Midwest College, as designated by the Princeton Review x» . PropoSals sought for Ag in the Classroom 1 programs BISMARCK, NLD. — The North Dakota Department of Agri- culture (NDDA) and the North Dakota Agriculture in the Classroom Council are seeking proposals for developing and conducting educa—' tional programs and materials to help young people understand the importance of agriculture in North ' Dakota and in their~own lives. “Agriculture in the Classroom programslhelp young people leam where their food comes from and how to make better food choices for themselves,” Agriculture Commis- sioner Doug Goehring said. “The program provides teachers with curricula and class lesson develop— ment materials, training seminars, a magazine, website and other tools to make agriculture part of the school day. The materials provided support all core areas of study.” Goehring said up to $100,000 will be available for the programs in this biennium. Information on grant opportuni- ties and on preparing and submitting prOposals is available at www.nd.gov/ndda/aitcgrants or by contacting Kara Haff at 701-328- 2308 or khafi‘@nd.gov. ‘ Proposals must be received by 4 pm. CDT~on July 30, 2021. , don, and Walhalla. Registration forms are. ND for scholars awards local students with statewide scholarships . BISMARCK, N.D. —— North Dakota Dollars for Scholars recently award— ed scholarships to the following local students: r . Emilee Reilly ofValley—Edinburg High School received a $1,000 Re- turning Student and Graduate Student Scholarship. . . I! , ‘ Kaleigh DeGeldere Of Grafton High School received 3.35.1,000 Returning Student and Graduate Student Scholarship. ‘ p ' “The North Dakota Dollars for Scholars chapter and the local Dollars for Scholars chapters work together to provide scholarships to North Dakotans. Local volunteers should be commended for the excellent work maintaining scholarship levels in a very challenging year,” states North Dako- ta Dollars for Scholars State Director Staci Holzheimer. ' North Dakota Dollars for Scholars awarded a total of $100,000 to 96 students across North Dakota In addition to the statewide scholarships, Dol— lars for Scholars chapters in 64 North Dakota communities awarded near— ly $1.1 million in scholarships to 1,126 students. Students who graduat- ed from a North Dakota high school or were home educated in North Dako- ta qualify to apply for the scholarships distributed by the statewide North Dakota Dollars for Scholars Chapter. ' Since the inception of Dollars for Scholars in North Dakota in 1962, more than $41.5 million has been raised by local and state chapters to support higher education for North Dakotans. Bank of North Dakota administers the'state chapter which assists local chapters and oversees the scholarships ‘ given by the state chapter which focuses on offering scholarships to stu- dents beyond their freshman year of college. Businesses and individuals are encouraged to support Dollars for Schol- ars, whether locally or statewide. Dollars for Scholars is a non-profit or- ganization which is the largest, volunteer—operated, community-based schol- arship foundation in the United States. Visit northdakota.dollarsforschol- ars.org for a complete list of scholarship winners, donors, chapters, and more. L Reach and North Dakota Wfih' tier... {\mrlr Indium~1.»rvn..lr( 'Ihflill‘li Mulrrtr‘vlllr, ,\I'i\\ilri\ ' Your classified ad will appear ' in alqurth Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only , Call your newspaper. or 1-866-685-8889 . for details , HELP WANTED NURSES— PSYCH & BEHAVIORAL R.N.s needed in Jamestown. Full ben- efits. Call Worldwide Staffing at 866-633-3700. ACADEMIC COUNSELOR. NDSCS has a FT, 12—month, benefited position open in Wahpeton. Responsible for proyiding academic support and guidance for (current/prospective) students and faculty. Salary DOE plus full benefit pack- age. Screening begins immediately. applications accepted until filled. Interested candidates must complete the online application. EOE. For more information go to: www.ndscs.edu/join-our—team ' MAY—PORT CG SCHOOL Is hiring: Full-time English Teacher/Librarian, kindergarten aide, part—time business office assistant, and custodian. Apply to Supt, Michael Bradner: 900 Main St W, Mayville, ND; 701-788-2281 x225; Michael.bradner@may—portcg.com. COMMERCIAL APPLICATORS. Competitive wage and benefits, meal al- lowance, paid lodging. Traveling position for railroad vegetation control, 60-80 hours/week, RAW (Cooperstown, ND). 888.700.0292 |www.rawapplicators.oom I info@rawapplicators.com LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND'Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! 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