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OCTOBER 1 2, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur., Oct. 13 - Wed., Oct. 19 Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS~EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs--B: Cereal, PBJ L: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, sauce Fri--B: "roast, sauce L: Taco salad, corn, shredded cheese, shredded lettuce, pudding, raisins Men--B: Cereal, PBJ L: Lasagna holdish, corn, salad, sauce, bread Tues.-B: Toast, sauce L: Chicken noodle soup, sandwiches, carrot sticks, fruit WedwB: Tac go, sauce L: Subs, salad, beans, pretzels, cheese, pickles, sauce ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily, skim milk, salad bar, whole wheat products Thurs-.-B: Scrambled o._s, strawberries L: Sausa-e or pepperoni pizza, lettuce, ve&,ie slices, fruit or salad bar Fri- -B: Cereal, toast L: BBQs, baked beans, mac salad, fruit or salad bar Men-..B: Cereal, toast L: Sausage patties, mashed potatoes, cream corn, bread, chocolate puddi,g or salad bar -- Tues---B: Cinnamon glazed toast, grapes L: Burritos, Spanish rice, chips, salsa, sauce or salad bar Wed--B: Cereal, toast L: Subs, veLz, ies w/ranch, potato chips, fruit or salad bar FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk  bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs B: Bagels, toppings L: Sub sandwiches, toppings, nachos, veg. tray, fresh fruit -Yi---B: Cereal, raised donuts L: Fishburgers. Coleslaw, fries, fresh fruit, ve& tray Mon---.B: Cereal, toast L: Grilled cheese, tomato soup, reg. tray, fruit sauce Tues--B: Pancakes L: Hot hamburger in gravy, corn, fruit sauce Wed ..B: Grilled cheese L: Chicken fajitas, toppings, white rice, fresh fruit and salad bar Aggle : I Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Thurs-- B: Omelets, toast L: Hot ham & cheese, au gratin potatoes, veggies, fruit cup Fri--B: Chocolate chip muffins L: t-lot dtv; on bun, baked beans, veggies, frtfit cup Men---B: Cereal L: ttamburger on bun, French fries, ve&,ies, fruit cup Tue--B: Egg patties, toast L: Diced chicken w/gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, fruit cup Wed -B: Breakfast race L: Burritos, corn, cheese, race sauce, fruit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk  bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs---B: French toast, sausage L: Taco salad, corn, salad bar, fruit Fri---B: Cereal, toast L: Corn dogs, beans, salad bar, fruit Men.--B: Cereal, toast L: Popcorn chicken, salad bar, fruit Tues--B: Sausage/eg/cheese biscuit L: Chicken drummies, mac. salad, salad bar, fruit Wed--B: Breakfasl pizzeLh: ' vs!ad b.a.r(rtatit, ............................ , , , .7 , VALLEY-EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Vegie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs: Pepperoni Pizza, Fruit Sauce, Vegetable, Dessert Fri: Chicken Burgers, Fruit, Vegetable, Dessert Men: Hot Ham & Cheese, Sun Chips, Vegetable, Dessert 'rue: Lasagna, Bread Stick, Vegetable, Dessert Wed: Taco in a Bag, Toppitkgs, Vegetable, Dessert VALLEY~EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) Thurs: [)iced chicken in gravy, mashed potatoes, sandwiches, peas, dessert Fri: Chicken burger, lettuce salad, corn, dessert Men: FootlolN, multigrain chips, baked beans, dessert Tues: Taco salad, sandwiches, dessert Scenes from Pop Warner Right: Marcus Neimann runs the ball while North Border's defense tries to take him down last Saturday in Walhalla. Kudos for ESP By Marcia Rest When there was first talk of implementing an extended school program (ESP) in Park River many of us teachers balked. We thought, "What next? How can it be done? Don't kids already have a long enough day?" Even with those reservations, ESP soon became a regular part of the school day. I got started in it by default. My husband, Glenn, volunteered to supervise the morning hours fiom 7:00 to 8:00 AM every day. l was reluctant to get involved because I felt busy enough already. When he needed a substitute I was the logical one to fill in. -,When he resigned from ESP to supervise the weight room, ! was also the logical person to take over. Although 1 was reluctant at first, I began to enjoy my assignment. The atmosphere was more relaxed, and I had more time to interact with the students. It was an advantage to get to know my future students and to reacquaint myself with the former ones. We now have two sections of morning ESP. Both sections are well attended. Now that we've adjusted to the Extended School Day program, I can't imagine being without it. Having a place for students to get their homework done and get the extra help they need is so valuable. ESP has had a huge influence on the success of students. I believe it has helped many students become proficient on the North Dakota State Assessment. We have had some great ESP coordinators in the past, and this year we welcome a new great one, Peppi Robideaux. She is peppy like her name suggests. I hear that she can be seen and heard doing Zumba with the students. 1 don't think i"11 be helping with that one. The positive things I've seen are a small fi'action of the many ways Park River students beneft from ESP. I hope in these difficult times when our federal government is looking for ways to trim the budget, the funding for ESP continues. It is a program that works and is an essential investment in the future. Wed: Hot ham & cheese, hashbrowns, corn, dessert I I I VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) l Vn1100 M110 fn, 00JnmgJnnon,n00e I Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal . ' [ iV| tlVVlV ;Vl &&14i/g.l &&141/I,/14ll4hOl i Thurs: Soup ciloice, assorted sandwiches, salad bar, fruit I Ib4Y II  I Fri: Chicken fajitas, salad bar, fruit, yogurt I . _ -- I Men: Spaghett'i, bread sticks, salad bar, fruit I lfllflh #AIIIII|9 I1""" =A, 1.., I Tt,e: Crispitos, salad bar, fruit, chocolate chip cookies I 11 tllMl LUIIIILY rle,00,00 2/i1,100ttt I I I Left: Lane Bell takes down a Cavalier Player during their Pop Warner football match up in Walhalla. The final Pop Warner jamboree will take place Saturday, Oct. 15 in Park River. The Student of the Month for September 2011 at Minto Jr./Sr. High School is Alyx Altendorf. Alyx was nominated for her outstanding participation in class and extracurricular activities. Her work ethic is second to none and she has great attention to detail. Brittaney is a sophomore at Minto High School and is the daughter of Tami and Ryan Altendorf /kRT SHOW FROM PAGE 1 exhibition ale eligible for bussing, mileage and substitute teacher re- imbursements, if need be. North Dakota schools are encouraged to call Peggy Bartunek in Grafton at 701-352-2565 to organize a tour time. The complete collection of 54 photographs and murals was gifted to the Museum by the artists Tom Lindlbrs and Richard Faulkner. According to Museum Director, Laurel Reuter, "While the photos are only fifteen years old, they are already historic documents that record an important time in the his- tory of the Valley -- a time that ended shortly after the photos were taken." In words and pictures, Ameri- can Nile tells the story of genera- tions of people who migrated from Texas to the Red River Valley year new opportunities seized by mi- grant families. The story is told through the eyes of Joe Campos, a migrant worker who first came to North Dakota in the back of a large truck when he was three weeks old. Joe shared his first trip to the Valley with four or five other fmn- ilies. Only a tarp protected him from the elements. As a child he was rarely able to attend school, but eventually he gave up the fields to enroll at University of North Dakota. Staying in Minnesota to go to college "was the best deci- sion l have made concerning the future of my family," said Joe. American Nile chronicles the suc- cess and new lives migrant work- ers carved out for themselves and documents the vital contributions made to the communities on both sides of the Red River, and their after year to work in the sugar beet families. and potato fields while seeking a The photographers are Tom better life for their Families. The Lindfors of Star Prairie, Wiscon- photographs focus on the migrants' sin, and Richard Faulkner of Big- faith, their devotion to family, and fork, Minnesota, 40 miles north of their dedication to hard work. They Grand Rapids. They used the document sweat and callused North Dakota Museum of Art as hands, temporary classrooms and headquarters as they explored mi- daycare centers, family celebra- grant life in the Red River Valley tions and religious ceremonies, and during the sumnle, r of 1995______.: Cl00ssifleds with orth newspaper HELP WANTED NORTH CENTRAL GRAIN of Bisbee, ND, is seeking a qualified General Manager. This is a BNSF grain shuttle loading facility and full service retail agronomy operation with sales of $110 million with three locations. Grain, agronomy, energy, and service as well as financial and personal management experience required. Email: larry.fuller@chsinc.com or fax (888) 653-5527 resume to: Larry Fuller, 5213 Shoal Drive, Bismarck ND 58503. HELP WANTED: HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER/Payroll/Bookke eper. Bookkeeping/Payroll experience required, Human Resource experience required. Must possess proficient writing and computer skills. Responsibilities also include Corporate Compliance and HIPAA Security. Full-time, benefits included. Contact Julie or Lawrence at Cavalier County Memorial Hospital, 909 2nd Street, Langdon, ND 58249 for more information. Deadline for applications is October 14th at 5:00pm. Application at www.cavaliercountyhospit al.com EOE ASE CERTIFIED DIESEL Technician to repair Cummings engines, transmissions and DOT inspections, 2 years experience, $1000.00 sign on bonus plus benefits. Call (888) 700-0292 or nzimprich@rawapplicators .com for information. McLEAN COUNTY HIGHWAY Department will fill one Equipment Operator II position based in Butte, ND. Call (701) 462-8818 or e-mail Ifoss@nd.gov for more information. OTR DRIVER WANTED. Class A, clean driving record. 17 central state operation. Home weekly depending on location. Pay based on experience. Benefits. Call Bill (701) 527-7215. EDUCATION/TRAINING ALLIED HEALTH CAREER Training- Attend College 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call (800) 481-9409 www.CenturaOnline.com. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY LOOMIX FEED SUPPLEMENT is seeking Dealers. Motivated individuals with cattle knowledge and community ties. Contact Bethany at (80O) 87O- 0356/bjenkins@loomix.co m to find out if there is a Dealership opportunity in your area. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BOTTINEAU FOUR BEDROOM HOME. Close to school & college. $159,900. View at www.bottineau.com under "For Sale by Owner" (104 Simrall Blvd) (701) 263- 7106. FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL homestead with 160 acres located southwest of Glen Ullin. Several out buildings, corrals, beautiful yard & home. Call (701) 348-3494 or (701) 226- 2332. LAND EXPO FOR owners, buyers, sellers of land. 15 speakers. November 30. Fargo, ND. 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