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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 I, 2018 Page 7 ---xnur. Nov. 1- Wed. Nov. 7 Meals are subject to change without notice News and Notes from Park River Area School EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMoRE) * Skim milk, salad bar option, juice~fruit, whole wheat products served daily Thurs- B: HB eggs, toast L: taco salad, corn, rice pudding, bread, sauce Fri- B: muffins L: tater tot hot dish, green beans, dinner rolls Mort- B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: chicken nuggets, rotini, carrots, sauce, bread Tues- B: yc~urt, toast L: BBQ'S, chips, beans, fruit Wed- B: cereal, sauce L: soup of the day, assorted sandwiches, crackers, sauce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) * Milk & bread, fruit and salad bar or reg. tray served daily Thurs- B: pancakes, syrup L: BBQ meatballs, baked potatoes, green beans, coleslaw, fruit cups Fri- B: grilled cheese, fresh fruit L: subs w/assorted toppings, na- chos, fruit cups L: hamburg- ers/bun w/ assorted toppings, nachos, fruit cups Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast w/toppings, fruit cups L: ham- burgers/bun w/assorted top- pings, French fries, fruit sauce Tues- B: French toast, sausage, syrup L: veg. soup w/dttmplings, assorted sandwiches, cheese slices, crackers, fruit cups Wed- B: scrambled eggs, toast L! taco in a bag w/toppings, Span- ish rice, fruit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) * Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly served with aH m eals Thurs- B: cereal bars, yogurt L: roast turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll Fri- B: pancake on a stick L: chicken strip wraps Mon- B: biscuits w/saus/lge and gravy~ L:,-vegetable Deef--so~p~ turkey sandwiches Tues- B: bagels, yogurt L:.chef sal- ad, garlic bread sticks, black beans Wed- B: omelets, toast, sausage lings L: BBQ chicken on a bun, chips PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) * Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar and milk served daily. Thurs- breakfast on a stick, syrup L: BBQ's beans Fri- B: bagel's yogurt L: turkey/ham/cheese subs, smiley fries Mon- B: breakfast pia l a vegetable beef soup, choice of sandwich Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast L: soft shelled taco, refried beans Wed- B: French toast, syrup, sausage patty L: sweet and sour chicken, fried rice, broccoli VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) * Fresh veggies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alter- native to the entrde. Thurs- spaghetti, peas, bread- sticks Fri- hot dogs, French fries, baked beans Mon- chicken strips, mac & cheese, green beans Tues- hamburger, tater tots, Brussel sprouts Wed- meatballs, mashed potato, dinner roll, corn VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal Your goes here! Call 284,6333 t0day f0r rates, Thurs- pepperoni pizza, green beans, mandarin oranges, choco- late chip cookies Fri- hamburgers, curly fries, tropical fruit Mon- chili, grape & strawberry uncrnstables, tropical fruit Tues- turkey, mashed pota- toes/ gravy, stuffing, dinner roll, corn, cranberries, pineapple Wed- hamburger hot dish, bread & butter, California medley, pears VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) * Bread, milk, fruit, ve~gie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with aH meals Thurs- grilled cheese, tomato soup Fri- chicken strips, tater tots Mon- corn dogs, French fries Tues- meatballs/gravy, mashed potatoes, dinner roll Wed- chicken fajita quesadilla, toppings By Molly Syvertson PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The students at Park Riv- er Area Elementary School are so fommate to have such wonderful volunteer firefighters in our community. Each year, the Park River Volunteer Fire Department takes time out of their busy schedules to host the Kinder- garten and First Grade classes during Fire Safety Week. While we normally walk to the Fire Station, this year's early snow had us riding a bus and all bundled up in our snow gear! Even with the cold weather, they took the time to show us their trucks, equipment, and to talk to us about fire safety. The kids left with some good- ies and a great experience. A huge THANK YOU from all of us at Park River Area Elementary! Editor's Note: Molly Syvertson is a Kindergarten Teacher at Park River Area School. Photos: Submitted Above: Park River Area Elementary students visited Pad( RivePs fire department in honor of Fire Safety Week. The students extended a big thank you to all of our local heroes. BISMARCK, N.D. -- State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler said recently that North Dakota's most recent high school graduates ranked fourth on their average composite score on the ACT, a widely used college en- week. "I'm proud of the fact that when you compare the 19 states that require all of their l lth graders to take the ACT exam, that North Dakota ranks in the top five in English, mathematics, reading and tested subjects, North Dakota's stu- their performance. It is a credit to dents ranked second in reading, our teachers and to our commu- third in math, fourth in science and nities." 5th in English, the ACT report "Are we happy with the fact says. that we're staying steady? It's : North Dakota's composite ACT better than dipping, but certainly score has been identical for three it is our goal in North Dakota to Student participation in the ACT varies widely from state to state. In the new report, Con- necticut's high school students had the nation's highest compos- ite score of 25.6, but only 26 per- cent of the state's graduates sat for trance exam. science," Baesler said. straight years. Nationally, com- make sure that more of our stu- the exam. The rankings compared stu- North Dakota students had an posite test scores, as well as those dents are more prepared to enter North Dakota and 18 other dent scores in 19 states that require average composite ACT score of for the four constituent subjects of. college when they leave Our high h ' ,statesave universal partlcipa all high school students to take the 20.3, which tied the state of Ohio math, English, reading and sci- schools, Baesler said : . i . . - ACT. In that group, North Dako- as the fourth-highest score. The top ence, have been dropping. State law requires North Dako- tlon: Alabama, Arkansas, en- ta students finished in the top five state was Minnesota (21.3), fol- When you look at the rest of ta 1 lth-graders to mk,the ACT. tucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, MlS- in ratings of students who were lowed by Wisconsin (20.5) and the nation, the scores have tended The report include.s 7,282 North sissippI, Missouri, Montana, .Ne- c0tisifl t d'c61t6 r, 'ad / 'fiE g: 'Utah (20 4) "!16 be decl!ning," Baes!e[ said, iDakota:s l n .>whgr,v e .epar .o:.f ::,:bra & Carol!0a, , liSh, 'i'ea lig g; Iffi- gs 6fthb [5 iec6flt i bff' Ofi Sflidgfits ' ifi: N0fth DgRjht "; 'last spri ng uating,las$::: Ohio.j Oklahoma B.nuth Carolina, = science, according to re- students in the 19 states who were have been able to consistently re- About=l.91, lltlon studetits from Tennessee, Utah, Wisconsin and port that was made public last judged college-ready in the four main steady in their scores and across the country were included. Wyoming, from the Crew at North Star Coop tl-284-7007 A friend shared this with me andI found it interesting I have been sick and NEEDED a doctor. I have encountered trouble and NEEDED a police officer. l have lived rough times of war when our nation NEEDED our military. ]7 have NEEDED farmers every day. I have even NEEDED an auto mechanic, a plumber, a house painter and a lot of other everyday people. But I have NEVER, not even once, NEEDED a pro athlete, a media personality, or a Hollywood entertainer for ANYTHING! Paid for by The United States has become a place where entertainers and professional a letes are mistaken for people of importance. I need you and your vote in November -- Way77e Trot2ffer Wayne Trottier for ND House of Representatives District 19 Your community. Your paper. Your story. Contact Allison or Brook at the Walsh County Press 284-6333 or wcpress@polarcomm.com |:llIq d [0] T01 :l i [0] H n,m t4,t, i This property features 156,19 acres with 130 26 +/- acres exceptional producing cropland for corn and soybeans. This property has a very strong Soil Productivity Index (SPi) of 84 with over half having a 90! There is a wooded area with the Park River flowing through making good habitat for deer hunting. This property is west of Grafton, ND with good access. Landownerflenant lease through 2019 crop year, Property Information: '~oi;~;~ N~: Acres: 156,19 +/- Legal: 5YzNWh & NYzSWV, Less 3.71 Acres in 21-158-53 Cropland Acres: 130.58 +/- 8~ Soil P1:84 Bob Pifer North Star Kitchen M0nday- Fddw: 6am 6pro Sat & Sun: 11am - 6pm Hot Stuff Pizza Large Pan Single Topping Pizzas $12 Subs, Sandwiches, Appetizers, Salads available Noon Specials IVlon - Chinese Cuisine Tues - Tacos *Wed - Turkey *Thurs - Roast Beef Fri - Chicken Fried Steak * All are served with potatoes and veggies Order ahead (7Ol) 284-7007 701 Park St W, Park River, ND Pi.fer's www.pifers.com