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AUGUST 21, 201 3 THE PRESS PAGE 0 i Umll i iml i , i Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Menu Not Available FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FomVILLE) Milk ~ bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: scrambled eggs, toast, cheese slices L: hamburger hot dish, buns, salad bar, assorted fruit Fri- B: cimmlnon tolls, ,juice cups L: chicken burgers, coleslaw, chicken flavored rice, beg. tray, fruit sauce Mon- B: &~sorted cereal, toast L: chili, bread stix, cheese slices, veg. tray, fresh fl'uit Tues- B: French toast L: baked potatoes, cream corn, ham slices, v~. tray, coleslaw, fruit sauce Wed- B: grilled cheese I,: taco salad w/assorted toppings, vcTg. tray, fruit ctlps MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Menu Not Available PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thtlrs- B: cereal, toast fruit L: chicken burgers, salsa, chips, salad bar, fruit l"ri- B: breakfast ba%els, fruit 12 pizza pockets, baby carrots, salad bar, fruit Moll,- B: breakfast taco, salsa, frtliI L: taco salad, corn salad bat; l'rtlil Tues- B: French toast, satlsagc, fruit l,: hot ham & cheese, rice, pineapple, salad bin" Wed- B: cereal, toasl, fruit L: chicken ntt~gets, macaroni salad, salad bar, fruit UNIVERSITY OF NORI"ll DAKOTA UNIVERSITY OF MARY -BISMARCK VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 ..... ,~-'z,,~ (HooI~LE) ,!,, ...... Lettuce, Broccoli, Carrots, Cucumbers, Celery and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entrde. Thurs- chicken nu&qcts, corn, potato variety, fresh veeries, WG ] [~readstick, tx~aches " i Fri- ch~ pizza, ccx~ked carrots, I fresh ve&,gies, Feat; fltdge bar ] Mort- soft shell taco, lettuce,I tomato, bhlck beans, corn,I applesauce Tues- hmnburgers, French fries, - i baked beans, fresh v%-E~gms, fruit i Wed-. hamburger & gravY, i nmshed potatoes, cc~_,ked carrots UNIVERSITY OF NORTII DAKOTA WG dinner roll, fruit VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with aH meals. Thur: Conldogs, vq'Ngie bar, fruit Fri: French bread pizza, ve%,e.gie bar, fruit Mon: Chicken strips, tater tots, veggie bar, fruit 'rue: Taco Salad, salsa, ch~se, corn veg_gie bar, fruit Wed: Hamburger patty on whole grain bun, Italian pasl:a salad bush's beans, v%'ggie bar, fruit Photo: Larry Biri Above: Park River-Fordville-Lankin Cheerleaders Audrey Beck, (I-r) Makayla Jelinek, Alania Orstad, Tessa Peterka, Sidney Wagner and Abby Zikmund are ready for the school year. This summer they held a fundraiser meal at Jim's Super Valu dur- ing one of the summer produce sales. -.% # Students named to Spring Deans List GRAND FORKS, N.D.- The Michael Haukaas, Adams University of North Dakota 2013 Jocelyn Lee, Adams Spring Semester Deans List hon- Breanna Rose, Adams crees comprises students whose Laura Geir, Edinburg grade point averages are in the top Sadie Sondeland, Edinburg 15 percent of the enrollment in Taylor Schlenk, Forest River each of the University's degree- Benjamin Woods, Forest granting colleges and schools. River A student must have complet- Emily Woods, Forest River ed no ,fewer than 12 semesterJennifer Hartje, Grafton , hours of academic work tbr the se- Carly tlills, Grafion mester, of which eight or more Joan Kerian, Grafton hours must be graded work rather Lysette Lopez, Grafton than "satisfactory/unsatisfacto- Nichole Nelson, Grafton ry." Joseph Sand, Grafton ttere are area students who Christopher Seeba, Grafton made the list: Ceceli Bonitto, Park River William Bata, Adams Ian Foerster, Pisek Colacicco graduates with MSW GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- andluncheon prior to the summer Tina Colacicco, a 2007 graduate commencement at the Chester of Fordville-Lankin High School Fritz in Grand Forks on Aug. and a 2011 graduate of the Uni- 2. versity of North Dakota was hon- Tina graduated with a MSW-- ored at the hooding ceremony Master's Degree in Social Work. Swartz earns music scholarship VALLEY CITYI N.D. -- The Financial Aid Office at Valley City State University, Valley City, North Dakota is pleased to announce that Andrea Swartz has been awarded the Fannie C. Amidon Music Schol- arship by the Scholarship Committee for the 2013-2014 academic year. Andrea is a Senior pursuing a major in Music Education. She is the daughter of Curt and Kristi Swartz of Park River, ND. Area students among those earning degrees from University of Mary in spring commencement ceremony BISMARCK, N.D. ---- This spring the Universi- ty of Mary,, America's Leadership University, rec- ognized g69 graduates with totttl of 872 degrees, at its 2013 commencement. During the ceremony, the University of Mary awarded a total of 430 undergraduate and 406 mas- ter's degrees. This year, tbr the first time, master of science in Respiratory Therapy were among the de- grees granted. The mfiversity also celebrated its eighth doctoral class, cont ning the Doctor of Physical Ther- apy degree on 36 graduates. Attesting to the uni- versity's emphasis on academic excellence, 95 un- dergraduate degrees were awarded cum laude; 53 magna cum laude; and 30 summa cum laude. Thir- ty six graduates, representing the University of Mary's School of Arts and Sciences, Gary Tharaldson School of Business, School of Education and Be- havioral Sciences, and School of Health Sciences, earned the Certified Schafcr Leader designation from the ttarold Schafer Emerging Leaders Academy and is indicatedby an asterisk (*) next to his or her name on the attached graduation list. One hundred two baccalaureate degrees and 337 master's degrees will be awarded to graduates who completed their progmin through distance education. including online. Area graduates incuded: Danielle R. Ruzicka*, Fordville, Bachelor of Sci- ence, Cure Laude Krystal Lynn Laskowske, Grafion, Bachelor of Science/Music, Summa Cure Laude Danielle Paige Trontvet. Grafton, Master of Sci- ence in Occupational Therapy Leah Ann Weltz, Park River, Master of Science in Occupational Therapy Local students earn degrees from NDSCS WAHPETON, N.D. -- The North Dakota State Technology College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D., awarded de- Ross Stewart, Grafton, A.A.S., Electrical Tech- grees, diplomas and certificates to 511 Wahpeton, Far- n ologv go, N.D., and online graduates. Students ti'om 17 Michael Gultickson, Hoople, A.A.S., Caterpillar states and one international country, Sri Lanka, grad- uated in 33 areas of discipline. Dealer Service Area graduates include: Shawn Beck, Park River, A.A.S., Auto Body Re- Alexander Bogert, Grafton, A.A.A., Automotive pair & Refinishing Technology Trust your family's online security to SecurelT Plus! SecureIT Plus provides the only fl lly automated and guaranteed computer protection service designed to keep the computer safe for the entire family. 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