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October 6, 2009 The Press Page 7 Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School , a~ l I # O Thurs. Oct 8 - Wed. Oct. 14 Nat{onal School Lunch Week Oct 1 -16 ADAMS- EDMORE ELEMENTARY OCT. 8 B: Cereal, pbj sandwiches, milk &juice. L- Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots & sauce. OCT. 9 B: Toast, sauce & milk L: Taco salad, shredded cheese, lettuce, corn, & rice pudding. OCT. 12 B: Cereal, pbj sandwiches, milk & juice. L: Hamburger macaroni hotdish, carrots, & sauce. OCT. 13 B: Toast, sauce & milk L: Subs, salad, pretzels & bar OCT. 14 B: Breakfast wraps, sauce & milk L: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans & jello. ADAMS~EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL OCT. 8 B: Cereal, toast, juice & milk. L: Turkey noodle soup, asst sandwiches, baby carrots & sauce. OCT. 9 B: Cereal, toast, juice & milk. L: Taco 'n' bag, baby car- rots w/ranch, ice cream bars or fruit. OCT. 12 B: Cereal, toast, juice & milk. L: Build a burger, potato chips, baby carrots & fruit. OCT. 13 B: Scambled eggs, juice & milk. L: Ham noodle hotdish corn, breadsticks, & cinnamon-sugar apples. OCT. 14 B: Cereal, toast, juice & milk. L: Meatloaf, mashed pota- toes, peas & carrots & dessert. EDINBURG PUBLIC SCHOOL Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Meals are subject to chan~e without notice. OCT. 8 L: Soup choice, asst. sand., fresh veggies w~ dip, fruit. OCT. 9 L: Hotdogs w/asst, toppings (chili, cheese, sauerkraut), mac salad, salad bar, fruit. OCT. 12 L: Chicken nuggets w/dips, french fries, salad bar, fruit OCT. 13 L: Baked potato bar (taco, chili, cheese, sour cream), buttered carrots, homemade brown bread, fruit cup. OCT. 14 L: Pizza, salad bar, fruit cup. FORDVILLE~ LANKIN SCHOOL OCT. 8 B: Raised donuts, juice & milk. L: Baked chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn, veg tray & fruit sauce. OC'E 9 B: Blueberry muffins, cereal, juice & milk. L: Cheese pizza, salad bar, fruit sauce. OCT. 12 B: Cereal, toast, juice & milk. L: Chicken noodle soup, asst. sand., cheese slices/crackers, veg tray & fruit sauce. OCT. 13 B: Grilled cheese, juice & milk. L: Taco salad w/toppings, fresh fruit & veg tray. OCT. 14 B: Scambled eggs, toast, juice & milk. L: Pork roast, mashed potatoes/gravy, glazed carrots & fruit sauce. MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. OCT. 8 B: Blueberrymuffins,.toas , milk, juice L: hot dogs on ,OCT. 9 B: Egg patties toast milk, juice L: Taco bake, veggies, salsa sauce, fruit cup OCT. 12 B: Omelet, toast, milk, juice L: Chili, crackers, cheese, veggies, fruit cup OCT. 13 B: French toast, toast, milk, juice L: Chicken noodle soup, bologna sandwiches, crackers, veggies, fruit cup OCT. 14 B: Cereal, toast, milk, juice L: Taco in a bag, lettuce, cheese, salsa sauce, fruit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOL OCT. 8 B: Cereal, toast, fruit, milk. L: Hamburger macaroni hot- dish, veggie bar, fruit & milk. OCT. 9 B: Bacon, egg & cheese wrap, fruit, milk. L: Taco 'n' bag, veggie bar, dessert, milk. OCT. 12 B: Cereal, toast, fruit, milk. L: French bread pizza, veg- gie bar, fruit Sauce, milk. OCT. 13 B: Toastie dogs, fruit & milk. L: Mac & cheese, buns, veggie bar, juice, milk. OCT. 14 B: Pancakes, sausage, fruit, milk. L: Quesadillas, salad bar, fruit, milk. VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL OCT. 8 L: Tater Tot hot dish, vegetable, dinner roll, lettuce salad, dessert, milk OCT. 9 L: Chicken patty on Bun, Sun chips, vegetable, dessert, nfilk pb OCT. 12 L: Soft shell tacos and toppings, retried beans, bread, jelly, dessert, milk OCT. 13 L: ttotdogs, macaroni salad, vegetable, dessert, milk OCT. 14 L: Cheese pizza, vegetable, bread, pb jelly, fruit, dessert, milk Hello, My name is Sheldon Weltz, and this is my fifteenth year as the' Junior and Senior High music director at Park River High School. This is my twen- ty-eighth year of teaching and it is easy for me to say that I have way too much fun doing what I do! (Most days) l know that many of you have supported and continue to support our music program at Park River High. I cannot thank all of you enough for giving me the oppommity to work with your kids mad help them to understand and perforln in a capacity that they would not be able to achieve in other areas of their school career. Just how many of those kids am I getting to work with this year? Let me tell you. Since a music class is required for the junior high stu- dents, I get to work with all of them. We currently have sixty- eight students in grades seven and eight. All but two are in band, chorus or both. These are great numbers. But since music is required, they are a little mis- leading. The high school num- bers are what ! am REALLY Cops. tive. The Aggies Lexi Erickson finds that her kill shot didn,t quite get enough height to be effec- Aggies downed the Titans in three straight in Fordville last Tuesday. (Photo: Larry Biri) ,n ady v mty-five: our student body who has Ch6- sen to participate in our music By Courtney Nilson For The Press Homecoming week rolled around for Park River, Fordville- Lankin, and Edinburg schools and the first competitors for the Park River-Fordvilte-Lankin Aggies were the Valley-Edinburg Titans on Tuesday night. Aggie v Titans The first game started off back and forth. The Titans were gather- ing up some nice serves, while the Aggies played smart on the net. The volleys stayed intense due to each team having some major hitters, The Aggies held out and won 14- 25. In the second game, the Aggies became quicker and more aggres- sive by starting to hit the ball down. The Titans hustled and snuck in to steal some points back. Brooke Laxdal had important hits for the Titans. The Aggies didn't let them catch up too much and won 13-25. The beginning of the third game stayed with a constant back and happy about, forth close score. The Titans were We have one hundred and putting up a fight with the score at twenty students in high school 11-14 to favor the Aggies. Tiffany this year. Eighty-nine are in Hurtt smacked down a good hit, band, chprus or bo, th:, That's : putting the Titans at 12. The Aggies took the ball back and control and : ~' department! Those numbers are amazing, and as I said before, I am blessed with being able to have a great working relation- ship with them. We also are currently in the middle of our annual magazine sale. As many of you know, this is our big fundraiser for the year, and many of our expenses are taken care of through the money that we raise. Forty per- cent of every sale is profit for the music department; so if a music student hasn't Xlama Myrda[ se ed t9,12 # The final score was 11-25. The top hitters for the Aggies were Sydney Larson and Lexi Erickson at 10 each. Close in sec- ond were Cass Heigaard and Tessa Zahradka with 8 a piece. Courtney Rehovsky assisted for 18 kills. Alaina Myrdal and Brittnee Linn each had 3 aces. The Titans top hitters were Brooke Laxdal with 10 and Briana Barclay with 8. Larissa Markel had 9 assists and Rachel Tharalson had 7. Markel also had 2 aces. Aggies v Valiants On Thursday, the Aggies trav- eled to Central Valley to take on the Central Valley Valiants. Central Valley was made up with approached you yet about sup- porting the music department, ~: .... ~ r tes 4~ e wtn please call the school and I will send someone ova. Finally, I want to invite all you to our variousconcerts and other performances that we have throughout the yeal: I try very hard to program a variety of music that everyone wild enjoy. It becomes quite a chal- lenge sometimes, but is always worth the work. I hope to see all of you at our Christmas Concert on December 21. Valley-Edinburg Titans Tiffany Hurtt stands prepared just in case her shot is returned over the net by Park River-Fbrdville- Lankin Aggies Tessa Zahradka. The Titans fell to the Aggies in three straight in Fordville last week (Photo: Larry Biri) mostly freshmen and sophomores, In game three, the Valiants kept so the Aggies had an advantage , the game tight, tiring the Aggies out with experience. The Valiants did with long volleys. The Valiants had find open spots for their hits and dominant place hitters, and soon serves nonetheless. The Aggies figured out where to put the ball. took control at 16 with Courtney The Aggies tried taking control at Rehovsky serving and won 25-11. 13, but the Valiants crept back up Game two consisted of long vol- placing the score at 16-14, Aggies. leys and a very tight match in the The Aggies found their gap and beginning. The Valiants were on took a bigger lead winning 25-16. their game, but so was Cass TessaZahradkaledwith 11 kills, Heigaard who served for 8 points Lexi Erickson with 10, and Sydney putting the Aggies at 21. With only Larson with 7. Courlney Rehovsky 4 points left for the win, theAggies had 26 assists. For aces, Lexi had their minds set on it and Erickson had 4 and Cass Heigaard achieved it winning 25-17. with 3. Nominations sought Cal Renner Award of Excellence The North Dakota Parks and Nominations will be accepted standing exampte tbrexcellence. Recreation Department is seeking until Nov. 3, with the award to be pre- Any individual or group may nominations for the Cal Renner sented at the North Dakota Parks and make nominations. Present and past Award of Excellence. The award, the Recreation Department's winter department employees and any exter- department's highest honor, is pre- meeting scheduled for Dec. 8-10. nal person, group or business are eli- sented annually to an individual, The award is named in honor of gible to receive the awa~'d. group or business having demonstrat- the late Cal Rennet; who served as Award guidelines and nomination ed a long-term commitment to the department's carpenter from1987 forms are available on the North enhancing North Dakota State Parks to 1996. Renner's contmitment to Dakota Parks and Recreation website and North Dakota's quality of life excellence, combined with an ability www.parkrec.nd.gov or by calling through outdoor recreation and natu- to work with a variety of individuals, the department at 701-328-5357. ral resource stewardship., employees and volunteers, set an out- County Farm Bureau Must RSVP by October 20 The dinner will be free of charge Guest Speaker Greg Gust National Weather Service Please bring a non-perishable item for the Walsh County Food Ban YOUR LOVE WILL MAKE A -'NCE IN THEIR WORLD! Every child in foster care ....needs a safe, stable, loving home just like YOURS! Foster Care .. Licensing at If not you then who? 701-775-7725 I 1-800-766-93 6 If not now, then when? ...... doi foster parents i' ;?