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I / PAGE 8 THE PRESS OCTOBER I0, 2012 NORTH DAKOTA STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS- EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) ! vs-B: cereal, pbj sandwiches, uice I,: vc.,&lt;etable soup, assorted andwiches, crackers, salad, fruit Ff:i- B: toast, sauce 1,: spaghetti w/meat uace, green beans, ,4arlic legist, salad, applesauce Men- B: cereal, pbj sandwiches. juice L: chicken hotdish, carrots, 'dinner rolls, salad, sauce Tues- B: toast, mce L: tx>rk grays; nmshed potatoes, peas, dinner roll, salad, sauce \\;Vcd- B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: taco salad, corn, beans, shredded cheese, let I uce, rice pudding/raisin, fruit ADAMS- EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thu rs- B: .rambled %'g4/z,s, oran2,e slices L: tuna hot dish, corn cranixn'rics, ccx-kies, salad bin" Friqk cereal, toast L: pizza SOUl) , wh. wheat cheese sticks, baby carrels, fruit or salad bar Men-B: cereal, toast 1,: coney islands, Caesar salad, fruit or salad bar Tues-B: long johns, pears L: chicken enchiladas, A.lexicav corn, sauce, salad bar \\;Vcd-B: cereal, toasl L: hlsa,%na. arlic toast, corlh dessert or salad ar FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to changq. Thurs-B: English nluffins, y@urt cups, uice I.: }tot ham & cheese, hash browns, salad bar. fruit sauce Fri-B: cinnamon rolls, juice L: BBQ's, chips, baked beans :macaroni salad, ve. tray, fruit satire NIon-B: assorted cereal, toast. juice L: vofl shell tacos w/&s.,aovted toppings, Spanish rice, vc.'z, tray, flq.tit sauce Tues-B: scrambled qz,s, toast, juice 1,: country tided chicken patty, m&shecl potatoes xv/coutltl T gravy; glazed carrots, vqg. tray, frttit slices Wed-B: raised doughnuts, .juice, assorted cereal. I ..- hot dc.,lS )ohio. salad, chips, baked beans, fresh fl'uit, veg Irgv MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at aH breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Thurs-B: E&?, patties, toast, juice. milk L: Fulled pork on el bull, baked txmns, F.tato "'salad. v.vjc.s, fruit cup Fri-B: Omelets, toast, juice, milk L: Chicken patty on a bun, sweet potato pttft}, veg, gies. fndt cups N,Ion- B: Scrmnbled e&v;s, toast, juice, nlilk L: Chicken tortilla soup, tortilla chips, veg4gies, fruit cup Tues-B: Assorted muffins, yo,Aurt , toast, juice, nlilk L: A,ieatballs with brown grav3 mashed potatoes, dinner roll. corn, v%%%ies, fruit cup "Wed-B: Cereal, toast, juice, milk L: Hol dogs, baked beans, baked l_xtato chips, coleslaw; vcggies, fl'uit cup NIINTO SCHOOLS Thursday, October 25, 2012 - 11:00 a.m. (CT PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs-B: Pancakes, sattsz,c, fruit, milk; L: Spaghetti with nteat sauce, corn, garlic toast, salad bar, fruit Fri-B: Breakfast on a stick, fl'ttit, milk; L: Popcorn clfickcn, raw veggies, salad bar, fl'uit Men-B: Breakfast wraps, fruit, milk; L: Pizza pockets, carrots, salad bar TUL'-B: Sausage, eg & cheese biscuit, fl'uit, milk; L: Subs, Fritos, salad bin; frttit \\;Ved-B: Breakfast bagels, fl'ttit, nlilk; L: Shrimp wedges, tlad bin; fruit VALLEY~ EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Peanut butter. Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with aH meals. Thurs-hamburg, cr gra',. T stew. .jelly mdwich, cucunlbers, ranch, coFn, .'ars Fri-turkcv sub sandwiches, sliced cheese, (ettuce. tomatoes, peas, CaITOtS, ranch, lll&yO, tnandarin oranges Mon-spaghetli & meat sauce, garlic toast, celer N brx:coli, pears Tues- chicken patty on whole grain bread, romaine lettuce, tater tots, carrots, ranch, applesauce Veed-grillcd cheese sandwich on whole grain bread, tomato soup. $,rcen [xans, cukes, peaches. {ud,,<esicle Thursday, October 25, 2012 - 10:00 a.m. (CT VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH (EDINBURG) Peetnut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veie, Dessert served with aH meals. Thurs-l.asay, na, \\;VG %arlic toast, v%'vie bar, t>uit, orm\\;,c sherbet Fri-eorndcs. baked beans, vez,e, ie bin; fruil, thor. chip cxkics  Mon-llamburtz.er hot dish, \\;VGR French bread, green beans, v,_.ic bar, fruit Tues- chicken tiitas, lettuce, peppers, cheese, dsa, vt-zAie bal; t x2XLS, fruit VVcd-baked potato bar, beef wienel; vc:z4gie bar, green beans, oranb;e sherbet The votes00are in Valley-Edinburg crowns royalty k Photos: Larry Biri Above: 2012 Valley-Edinburg Homecoming Royalty: Front (L-R) Kadee Gullickson, Ashley Reilly (Queen) and Shayna Phelps; Back (L-R) Syris Jensen, Austin Markel (King) and Zak Kringstad. Right: 2012 Valley-Edinburg Homecom- ing King and Queen Ashley Reilly and Austin Markel. J Speaking aboutstandards' By Jana Gudmundson This school year brings about change. We are embarking on a new set of learning sta]&rds called "Common Core State Standards". These educational standards pro- vide clear goals for student lean> ing. They are needed to ensure that all students across North Dakota and the United States are being pre- pared for college and work. Teachers at Park River Public School are preparing fbr thesc new standards by attending our regions professional learning community / meeting in Grand Forks. The meetings m'e under the direction of the Red River Valley Educational Cooperative. Our staffhas had the opportunity to work with other- teachers at the same grade level. They spend the day dissecting each standard and beginning m pre- pare assessments to measure growth and mastery of what are called "power standards". It's an intense day of learning ninny teachers have said when they return back to school. The greatest benefit is networking. Many regional schools are using similar curriculums as we are. We come back with new twists on what works to get kids to master- ing the content. For parent, you can expect that as the coimnon core standards are implemented, students will be ex- pected to read more difficult text. A large emphasis is on non-fiction texts. You may only notice small changes as we grow it using these standards this school year. A more noticeable change will come next school year when full implemen- tation begins. If you are interested in learning more about the Common Core State Standards, visit the North Dakota Department of Public In- struction's website or North Dako- ta Curriculum Initiative website. Editor's Note: Gudmundon is a Title I Teacher at Park River Schools. NerthSCAN Statewide Classilled$ Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only =tI0 Call your newspaper or 1.866,685-8889 for details u HELP WANTED MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring one full- time Deputy Sheriff. Apply by 4:00 p.m. CST on October 10 by calling (701) 462-8541. " SEEKING ECONOMIC DEVEL- OPER with grant writing, marketing, leadership skills. Part time preferred. See http://face book.com/WishekND. .E-mail resume, cover letter, salary expectations to wishekjda@bek- tel.corn by November 2. HORIZON RESOURCES AGRON- OMY Sales position in Wildrose ND Looking for a person to be in charge of all sales & inventory management of Crop Protection Products, Anhy- drous Ammonia, and Dry Fertilizer in our Wildrose location. Salary will be dependent on expenence in the Ag Industi'y along with full benefit pack- age. Send Resume to: John Salvevold, Agronomy Division Manger 111 1 lth Ave. West Williston, ND 58801. SERVICE TECHNICIANS WANTED! Gooseneck Implement, a John Deere Dealer, is looking for Service Technicians. For job descriptions and how to apply, visit our website: www.gooseneckimplement.com AG DIESEL MECHANIC WANTED with Rolla New Holland dealer. 2+ Experience required, with CNH Equipment a plus. Apply at www.rol- :taimptement.com or call Chris (701) 477-3116. HOME HEATING, PLUMBING &A/C in Fargo is looking for an Experi- enced HVAC Service Technician. Guaranteed hours and full benefits. Contact Dave or Rick O at (701) 280- 3400. JOHNSON FARMS TRUCKING, Walhalla, ND, looking for drivers and owner/operators. Drivers making $60,000+. New 2012 trucks. No northeast runs. Call (800) 437-5349. DRIVERS - $1000 SIGN-ON BONUS New Pay Program! Earn up to 50 CPM. Home Weekly! 2500+ miles, 95% no-tarp. Must be Cana- dian eligible. (888) 691-5705. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED: MINERAL INTER- ESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experi- , enced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAssets@qwest- office.net, (877) 754-3111. MODULAR/MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE MODULAR & MANUFACTURED Homes F/S. Brand New, Starting at $33,410. Single family, work force housing, motels, Delivered/set up. Free Brochure/floor plans. (877) 590- 4591, www.coloradofactorymodu- lars.com BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING BUY LOCAL. Fall Specials. Turn Key Available. 40'x60', 50'x80', 60'x100', 100'x200'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call -Wane (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741- 9262. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223- 6397, ND Newspaper Association. MISCELLANEOUS GET COMPLETE COVERAGE in every North Dakota newspaper with your 25-word classified ad for only $150. Contact this newspaper for details. HAVE A NEWS release or other in- formation that needs to reach all ND newspapers? ND Newspaper Asso- ciation can help! One call does it all. (701) 223-6397. Photo: Submitted Above: North Dakota State College of Science 2012 Homecoming Royalty Queen Hannah Schmidt and King Bryan Midgarden. Schmidt and Midgarden crowned 2012 NDSCS Homecoming Royalty WAHPETON, N.D. --North Dakota State College of Science crowned the 2012 Homecoming King and Queen on Wednesday, Sept. 26. Queen Hannah Sclnidt is from Aberdeen, S.D., and is a den- tal hygiene major. She was spon- sored by the Allied Dental Club and Diesel Club. King Bryan Midgar- den is from Hoople, N.D., and is a diesel technology major. He was also sponsored by the Diesel Club and Allied Dental Club. Schmidt and Midgarden will preside over NDSCS Homecoming activities. The 2012 Homecoming Court also included: Ariel Running Bear of Breck- enridge, Mime. Morgan Zetocha of Crete. N.D. Charlie Lahlum of Fargo, N.D. Robert "Big" Lugert of Man- tador, N.D. September Student of the Month Sophomore Jamie Czapiewski Jamie was nominated Ibr stu- dent of the month because she is dependable in the classroom. She makes good decisions and is very thorough in her work. Her teachers have noticed . that she is responsible and con- scientious of her fellow class- mates. Jamie is involved in various activities, ranging from girl scouts, ,to NA d an,cing and. volleyball. Jamie is the daughter of Lee and Sheia Czapiewski. Photo: Submitted Parcel 2 has CRP land expiring 9/30/2012,& Parcel 1 has a new CRP contract effective 10/1/12, with an easy buy,ouL if preferred. Both parcels have excellent cropland potertial with high soil productivity indexes. Excellent deer and waterfowl hunting area as well! PARCEL ONE Acres: 160 +/- Legal: SEV 6-157-58 CRP: 106.1 acres @ S50.00/ac = $5,305.00/yr. Expires: 9-30-22 (Effective 10/1/12 with a 2012 buy- out cost=$1,326.25) Owner: Gary Troftgruben PARCEL TWO Acres: 160 +/- Legal: NV SWV; & NW SE & SW SW', 5-157-58 CRP: 132.4 acres @ $45.00/ac = $5,958.00/yr - Expires: 9/30/2012 Owner: Gaylen Troftgruben Contoct Agent: Val Seibel - 701.399.9919 Pifer's 877.700.4099 320 +/- ACRES WALSH COUNTY, ND LAND AUCTION This 320 acre offering features 308.31 acres of quality crop land with a Soil Productivity Index of 87. You will not want to miss this opportunity to add quality land to your portfolio! PARCEL INFORMATION: Acres: 320 +/- Legal: NV 22-155-55 FSA Tillable: 308.31 (17.55 expired CRP acres & 5.65 currently hayed.) + Pifer's LAND AUCTIONS www.pifers.com 877.700.4099