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PAGE 8 THE PRESS SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 Thur. Sept. - wed Sept. Meals are subJect to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMoRO Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: omelet, toast, juice L: hamburgers, French fries, cheese, pickles, salad, fruit Fri- B: cereal, toast, juice L: chicken nuggets, macaroni salad, pretzels, sauce Man- B: cereal, granola bar, juice L: beef stroganoff, carrots, dinner roll, salad, sauce Tues- B: muffins, fruit L: French dip, salad, carrot sticks, fruit Wed- B: cereal, toast, juice L: baked potato bar w/broccoli cheese, chili, cheese, diced ham, sun chips, sauce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk ~ bread are served daily. Meals are subject to chaz~ge. Thurs- B: caramel rolls, juice L: chili cheese corn fritters, salad bar, fresh fruit Ffi- B: French toast, syrup, juice L: macaroni & cheese, corn on the cob, reg. tray, fruit cups, salad bar Man- B: raised donuts, juice L: hot dogs, potato salad, baked beans, sun chips, beg. tray, fruit sauce Tue- B: chocolate chip muffins, juice L: chicken burgers, hash browns, salad bar, fruit cups Wed- B: fried eggs, toast, juice 1: baked potato bar w/assorted toppings, reg. tray, fruit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut buffer and Jelly served at aII breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread sez~cd with aH meals. Thurs- B: scrambled eggs, potato rounds, fruit L: taco burger, chips, salsa, fruits, vegetables Fri- B: muffins, yogurt, fruit L: pulled pork sandwich, baked beans, fruits, vegetables Man- B: egg Mac muffin, fruit L: vegetable beef soup, sandwich, fruits, vegetables Tues- B: cinnamon yoU, fruit L: chicken pot pie w/bread~ topping, fruits, vegetables '. Wed- B: French toast, fruit L: spaghetti, garlic toast, green beans, fruits, vegetables PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: French toast, sausage L: BBQ pork on bun, beans, salad bar, fruit Fri- B: breakfast pizza, fruit L: hot dogs, baked chips, salad bar, fruit Man- B: breakfast bagels, fruit L: chicken nuggets, steamed broccoli, salad bar, fruit ~k~es- B: pancakes, sausage, fruit L: hamburger hot dish, corn, salad bar, fruit Wed- B: omelets, toast, fruit L: shrimp, French fries, salad bar, fruit VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Lettuce, Broccoli, Carrots, Cucumbers, Celery and milk served at each meal. PBJ sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entT~e. Thurs- cheese pizza, green beans, fresh veggies, ranch, fruit, fudge bar Fri- hot dogs, tater tots, peas, fresh veggies, fruit Man- hot ham & cheese, potato variety, fresh veggies, baked beans, fruit Tues- chicken noodle soup, uncrustables, egg salad & turkey, fresh veggies, peas, fruit Wed- hamburgers, tater tots, corn fresh veggies, fruit VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Thurs- spaghetti/meat sauce, garlic toast, veggies, fruit Fri- chicken fajitas, black beans, veggie, bar, fruit Man- chicken burger on WGR bun, triangle has browns, baked beans, veggies, fruit Tues- chili, cheese sticks, WGR bread, veggie bar, fruit Wed- macaroni hot dish, WGR bread, carrots, veggie bar, fruit VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veg, gie, Dessert served with aH meals. Thurs- barbeques, whole grain bun, whole grain tortilla chips, potato salad, veggie bar, frui( Fri- corn dogs, bush's beans, veggie bar, fruit, sherbet Man- chicken strips,' potato variety, veggie bar, fruit, cookie Tues- chili, cheese sticks, whole grain brown bread, vez.~%ic bar fruit Wed- hamburger on whole grain bun, cheese slice, pickles, onions, Italian pasta salad, veggie bar, fruit 99 By Jana Gudmundson The school year is off to an- other exciting start. Students found many changes and new things around the school building. New teacher, rearranged class- rooms, students using lockers for the first time and classrooms have undergone transformations to meet new purposes. Among the newness, students will see the same expectations for making this a successful and productive year. BE RESPECTFUL, BE RE- SPONSIBLE, BE SAFE a need for teaching what is ex- pected of our students. The com- mittee is planned some fun events along the way to keep our students motivated to make appropriate choices in all situations. We've kicked offthe year with a family night on the playground. Our evening promoted good sports- manship and family fun. We ended the evening with a movie. We have a year end finale so BIG, SO EXCITING that's all I can say for now. Keep in mind our programs goal is to take a proac- This marks the third year of the rive approach to defining and program titled Response to Inter- teaching common expectations, vention-BehaviororRTI-B. Our acknowledging appropriate be- main focus is on teaching and sup- havior and reteaching expected porting appropriate school be- behavior. I leave you with this, havior for all students in the help out our programby spotting a "PONY PRIDE" sticker on our school. Initially we targeted spe- cific areas around the school elementary students and ask them building that by taking a proactive how they earned their PRIDE. approach minimizes the events Interested in following the that take away from instruction PRAES RTIB Program subscribe time. We experienced great suc- to our blog at http://prae- cess and community building among students and staff. Editor's Note: Gudmundson This year we are preparing to is a Instructional~Technology In- broaden out our scope and include tegration Coach at Park River some new areas that have shown Area Schools. This year we are preparing to broad- out our scope and indlude some new areas that have shown a need for teachln what is ex ected of our stu- g P dents. The committee is planned some fun events along the way to keep our students motivated to make appropriate choices in all situations. " orange in the fall of the year. for making God's presence visi- ent ideas, settling on something Members of the Axvig familyble to others. Sally said that in her that would be easy to maintain. said that it is exactly what Marsha life, Marsha was very adamant The first stages of the project would have wanted, about having the Ten Command- began to develop last year. "It is very fitting to have the ments visible for people to see. "Whatever problem I had or shade and the rest," Sally Larson She explained that people have help needed, the community was said of the bench surrounded by been pushing God out of the world there for me," Rylan said. trees. "My morn enjoyed sitting more and more. He worked with family mem- on her porch, enjoying God's "My momwasveryoutspoken bers and got help from Joel beautiful gifts." about not doing that," Larson said. Hylden on what landscaping She said that Marsha loved the Rylan saw this touching tribute would work best for the area. church and felt at home here. The to Marsha and wanted to do some- "We changed the design many bench itself was placed in re- thing. He met with the church times," Rylan said. "By fall we membrance of Marsha's passion board and discussed a few differ- had the pathway down and every- $| 0,000 and Above: 2013 Edmore Homecoming Royalty: Front (L-R)Karlee Linstad, Shaye Ronnin- gen, Queen Patricia Mack, Nicole Bylin and Shelby Lorenz. Back (L-R) Jacob Johanson and King Luke Mathiason. Left: Edmore Home- coming Queen, Patricia Mack and King Luke Mathiason. photos: Larry Biri c31olA '99 Ford Contour 4 dr. auto, gray, 132.120 mi 52,900 xm38B '02 Mercury Sable 4 dr. autV black 20&045 mi 53,900 X~S768 '95 Cadillac Deville 4 dr./auto red. 116668 mi 54,900 B3003D '99 Grand Am 4 dr auto. White. 78#25 mi $4,900 G3071B '05 Yamaha XVS650 auto 3.000 m, G2t09C'04 Pontiac Bonneville 4 dr auto. 137.473 mi 55,900 c,v,o~s '03 Grand Am 4 dr. auto gray 103373 mi 55,900 XI917B '04 Pontiac Sunfire 2 dr, auto, white. 107,860 mi 55,900 xm33 '03 GMC Sierra 3500 2 dr. auto white, 45.424 mi $6,900 x19OlC '06 Dodge Durango 4 dr. auto. maroon, t37236 mi. $6,900 xm32A'02 Jeep Liberty 4 dr auto. siiver. 102.64t mi $7,900 c: o8 i, '00 Chevy C3500 2 dr. auto, white. 80.241 mi $7,900 Xm37A'07 Chew Monte Carlo 2 dr white.137.500 mi .58,900 X3066A '03 Nissan/Altima auto. maroon. 96.e56 58,900 xlg sA'05 Chew Impala 4 Or auto. white. 134.123 mJ 58,900 C3072A '05 Chew Equinox 4 dr auto. red. 135.000 mi 59,500 c2 36 '06 Chew Cobalt 4 dr auto. white. 63,534 mi 59,900 m:q '04 Chevy Silverado Ext auto. white. 214000 mi . 59,900 If You thing planted." Rylan said that when he saw the venture near completion last fall he was pretty overwhelmed. "I haven't done anything of that caliber to be proud of. I was ex- tremely happy," Rylan said of the project. Rylan expiained that this spring and summer they finished up the landscaping, adding stone, the back tree, and replacing some plants. When all was said and done, No reasonable offer will be refused. 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