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SCHOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2014 Pase 7 MeMs are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: meatballs, mashed potatoes/gravy, bread, corn, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, sauce L: pizza, green beans, fruit Men- B: cereal, yogurt L: beef stroganoff, green beans dinner rolls, sauce Tues- B: breakfast wrap, sauce L: chicken burger, French fries, beans, fruit Wed- B: French toast stix, sauce L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers, sauce FORDVILLE~ LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: pancakes, syrup, juice L: ham & turkey wraps w/assorted toppings, macaroni salad, nachos, fresh fruit Fri- B: scrambled eggs, toast, juice L: French bread pizza, salad bar, fruit cups Men- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: BBQ's potato salad, sun chips, cheese slices, pickles, beg. tray, fruit cups Tues- B: waffles, syrup, juice L: chef salad w/assorted toppings, garlic toast, fruit salad Wed- B: cinnamon rolls, juice L: tater tot hot dish, beg. tray, WGR buns, fruit cups MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) lqruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butte R jell,v and bread served with all meals. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: hard shell tacos, refried beans, chips and cheese Fri- B: muffins, yogurt L: grilled ham and cheese sandwiches, potato variety Men-' B: breakfast pizza L: cream of bacon and potato soup, dinner roll Tues- B: cinnamon rolls L: chicken strip salad w/toppings Wed- B: French toast L: spaghetti, garlic toast, green beans PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, frui G salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, carrots Fri- B: omelets, toast L: quesadillas Men- B: cereal, toast L: race in bag w/toppings Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast L: pancakes, sausage Wed- B: WG bagels, yogurt L: pizza VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Fresh veg.gies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- grilled cheese, tomato soup, green beans Fri- sub sandwiches, baked lays, carrots, fudge bar Men- chicken nuggets, hash browns, corn dinner roll Tues- hotdogs, baked beans tater tots, veggie bar Wed- hot turkey bread, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans VALLEY- ED INBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, rui G milk served at each meal. Thurs- pepperoni French bread pizza, corn, yogurt Fri- BBQ's, French fries, carrots Men- chicken nuggets, triangle hash browns, peas Tues- cheese bread sticks, marinara sauce, corn Wed- pork roast, mashed potatoes, green beans VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, vegie bar dessert, peanut butter mud jelly served with all meals. Thurs- roast pork and gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, WGR ro11 Fri- corn dogs, Bush's bean Men- cheese pizza, jell- o/yogurt Tues- chili, crackers, brown bread, cheese sticks Wed- hot dogs, pioneer beans, cookie A Great Beginnin00 By Jaclyn Czymbor PARK RIVER, N.D. -- As I have stated many times, "I love my job!" Teaching Kindergarten is such a blessing in my life in so many ways. I enjoy planning les- sons for students, and being able watch as they develop a joy of learning throughout the school year. This year is no exception. With 27 days behind us, this Kindergarten class is eager to learn more and more each day. We have been doing so much al- ready. We have been leaming about elephants and their habitat, exploring bugs and insects, and using our five senses to discover our environment. Along with learning academics, we spend time leaming character traits as well. This month we have been working hard on being kind (using kind words and actions), caring for others, and using gen- tle hands, feet, and voices. Now as I stated before how much I enjoying teaching, the kiddos enjoy learning just as much. Read on to find out what the kiddos have to stay about Kinder- garten. I asked them, "What do you like most in Kindergarten?" Here are their responses: "I like to go outside." -Luke "I like when we go to Phy Ed." -Morgan "I like recess because it's awe- some." -Keira "I like to play on the comput- ers." -Parker "I like lunch time." -Hunter "! like center time and reading books." -Micah "I like my teacher." -Hailey "I like busy bee (free play) time." -McKenzie "I like Phy Ed." - Brayden "I like to play on the tire swing." -Samantha Photo: Submitted Left:Evie Lanter made an elephant puppet during our unit on elephants. Right: Torfinn Kjelland made a bug out of pattern blocks duiring Math I like to play outside." -Avery "I like doing center time and re- cess." -Kaisin "I like play time." -Jayme "I like to play jump rope." - Lexi "I like recess." -Taylor "I like Phy Ed." -Torfinn "I like to play on the monkey bars." -Blake "I like the class and I like my teacher." -Evie Editor's Note: Czymbor is a Park River Area Elementary School Kindergarten Teacher Two ND Schools Get National 'Blue Ribbed Awards BISMARCK, N.D. --The U.S. Department of Education is honor- ing two North Dakota elementary schools as "Blue Ribbon Schools" for 2014. They are Sweetwater El- ementary, in Devils Lake, and Man- vel Elementary. Sweetwater has 253 children in grades kindergarten through four, while Manvel has 150 students fi'om pre-kinderg.arten through the eighth grade. North Dakota's Department of Public Instruction nominated the schools for consideration. Superin- tendent Kirsten Baesler said the Sweetwater and Manvel schools "re- ally exemplify the work ethic of all ofoufchools,all of our teachebJ North Dakota." "They are examples of the ded- ication that we have to our students in North Dakota, the high level of value that we place on education, and our expectations for all of our students," Baesler said. Sweetwater has a number of programs to promote learning and encourage parents and community members to become involved in the school, Principal Debra Follman said. It has parent nights four times a year, and a '"oackpack reading pro- gram" that encourages children and their parents to read to each other at home. Community celebrities, in- cluding police officers, firefighters, and city govemment officials are in- vited to read to students. The school also makes extensive use of technology, including "smart boards" and iPads in classrooms. "I think we're very progressive, on the cutting edge. We will not ac- cept the status quo," Follman said. "Relationships with families and stu- dents are extremely important to our school success. We have a collab- orative and a cooperative staff. They want to work together to achieve excellence. They are here for the kids." Mary Sorvig, the principal at Manvel, said the school's strong ac- ademic programs, hard-working students, outstanding teaching staff and supportive community have made the school stand out. "We do not allow our children to fail. We are committed to helping all students succeed," Sorvig said. "The teachers and students work hard to ensure that this happens." Manvel programs include Guid- ed Reading, Response to Interven- tion, Accelerated Math, and Ro- botics, a program in which students build and program small robots thatcan do various tasks. Last year  thG sdents held a local robotics ', competition for the community to : observe. This year, a competition is planned against other area schools. The robotics program "is amaz- ing," Sorvig said. "When I went out there to watch for the first time, I was flabbergasted. It was so good." The Department of Education names "Blue Ribbon Schools" every year, choosing from among applicants from across the nation. The agency said 287 public and 50 private schools qualified for "Blue Ribbon" honors this year. Schools that are nominated must complete a lengthy application form to be considered. Baesler praised the Sweetwater and Manvel schools for being willing to do the paperwork, and said they demonstrated that smaller schools could compete with more urban districts for the "Blue Ribbon" honors. "Many of our schools and our school systems don't have the op- portunities that other states may have, but we don't let that prevent us from offering our students a wide variety of courses," Baesler said. "We don't let that prevent us from making sure that our kids are just as prepared for their life beyond high school as any other state." 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