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THEWALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I, 2017 Page 7 News and Notes from Park River Area School Thur. Nov. :2- Wod. Nov. 8 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Skim milk, salad bar option, juice~fruit, whole wheat products served daily Thurs- B: yogurt, toast L: baked potato, chili, broccoli cheese, ham, sauce, bread Fri- B: cereal-L: French dip, sweet potato, fruit Mon- B: French toast sticks L: chicken nuggets, rotini, pretzels, saUCe Tues- B: HB eggs, toast L: chili, caramel rolls, crackers, sauce Wed- B: oatmeal, toast L: mac & cheese hot dish, carrots, dinner roH~ fruit FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or reg. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: grilled cheese L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, fruit cups Fri- ** NO SCHOOL ** Mort- B: waffles, syrup L: grilled cheese, tomato soup, crackers, fruit sauce Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast L: taco in a bag w/assorted toppings, fruit cups Wed- B: toast, assorted cereal L: oven baked chicken, country potatoes, glazed carrots, fruit Sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (Mi rro) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs- B: eggs, sausage patty L: chicken nuggets, macaroni and cheese Fri- B: breakfast pizza L: corn dogs, baked beans Mon- B: yogurt, muffins L: tomato soup, grilled cheese sandwiches : :va -D:pan akes c: meat lW : gravy,: asfied potatoeS Wed- B: pop tarts, yogurt L: chicken patty, green beans PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruiG salad bar and milk served daily. Thurs- B: omelets, toast L: pepperoni pizza, corn Fri- B: breakfast pizza L: chicken burgers, chips/salsa Mon- B: breakfast on a stick, syrup L: sweet & sour chicken, fried rice, broccoli Tues-B: oatmeal, toast L: burgers, chips/carrots Wed- French toast, sausage L: hot dogs, beans 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 alternative to the entree. Thurs- chicken burger, French fries, green beans Fri- sub sandwiches, baked beans, potato chips Mon- beef nachos, refried beans Tues- corn dogs, potato wedges, peas Wed- meitballs, mashed potato, corn, dinner roll VALLEY- EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar~ fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- rib sandwich, curley fries, baked beans Fri- tomato soup, grilled cheese Mort- hamburgers, tater "tots, baked beans Tues- chicken bacon ranch wraps, chips, chocolate chip cookies Wed- *Early Dismissal cheese bread sticks, marinara sauce Lifeline The Leader In Personal Res/ onse andSupport Services VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, ve~ie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals Thurs- lasagna, green beans, .garlic toast, veggie Fri- potato soup, turkey or egg salad, sandwich Mon- hamburgers on WG bun, onion rings, lettuce, cheese Tues-chicken strips, French fries, corn Wed- taco salad in a shell, lettuce, cheese, tomatoes Photo: Submitted Above: Students from Valley-Edinburg are at Northland Community and Technical College learning about Sur- gical Technology and the career opportunities it offers. Photo: Submitted Above: Students and families par dpate in GOLD events at PRAES. By Shannon Markusen PARK RIVER, N.D. -- This year at Park River Area Elemen- tary School we are excited to par- ticipate in monthly GOLD events with our PRAS families! These growth opportunities for learner development events will be held once a month on a designated Friday from 3:05-3:21}. During this time parents, grandparents, guardians, or other family mem- bers are invited to come to school to read with their child. Spending this. time supporting a child reader is a great investment in he!p',mg the.m;,becqme a strgng, ferent voices to make it fun and interesting. 4. Ask questions about the story while you're reading to gauge comprehension. 5. Pick books that are at the right level for your reader. 6. Gently correct mistakes and re-read the entire sentence. 7. Give POSITIVE feedback and tell the reader he, or she is doing a great job! ( 10 Back to School Reading Tips for Par- ents and Guardians) Please join us for our next scheduled GOLD reading event successful, lifelo#g reaqk;r, , on Friday, November 3rd from Hereare some tips or build- :3:0.-3:20. Also, mark your cal mg trust and supporting a child endar for Tuesday, November reader: 21 st for an evening GOLD event. 1. Be patient and encouraging. We will begin with supper at 5:30 2. Read aloud and track the and center activities to follow words with your finger as you are from 6:00-7:00. Your reading en- reading, couragement makes a difference! 3. Read the same stories over Editor's Note: Markusen is K- and over. Try reading the same 3 Title Teacher Park River Area stories in different ways, with dif- Elementary School. EDINBURG, N.D. -- Valley-Edinburg High School guides. Students saw suite style dorms, a large lecture students took a tour of Northland and UND on hall at Gamble Hall, the Chester Fritz Library and the Wednesday, October 18th. Students got to see the vo- Hughes Fine Arts Center. Students got to learn the re- cational/community college option at Northland Corn- quirements of getting into the research based univer- munity and TechnicaLCollege at East Grand Forks, MN. sity and the many oppommities it can offer them. Students got to peer into the worlds of students who were Students felt that overall the trip was a good expe- going to college for architectural technology and de- rience. Sierra Jenson, Alexander Knutson and Court- sign, plumbing and construction electricity. Students ney Loflsgard all felt that going on the visit helped them got to talk to educators in the surgical technology de- decide which college to go to. Bailey Phelps thought partment. They learned that this is a field that is high that the campus at LIND was nice and that the food at in demand and is "recession proof'. Wilkerson Commons was good. Mr. Dustin Martin re-, Students then got to go across the river and through ported students got to get comfortable being on a col- town to the Gorecki Alumni Center on the LIND cam- lege campus and received a few tips about the appli- pus. Students then ate lunch at the Wtlkerson Commons. cation process and how to be successful on campus from Students got to explore the UND campus with tour the tour guides. EDINBURG, N,D. -- Parents and students showed up to the Valley- Edinburg High School on Wednesday, October 11 th to partake in the Fi- nancial Aid Night. Par- ticipants got to see the Bank of North Dakota give a demonstration over Facebook Live. Students also got to reg- ister for a scholarship drawing. The financial aid night talked about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) ap- plication and how filling it out is a key step in ob- taining financial assis- tance for future and cur- refit postsecondary stu- Photo: Submitted Above: Char Skjonsby from the bank of ND doing Face- tx okL te and explaining =What is FAFSA?" dents. Parents and stu- the time to fill out this ap- dents both need to take plication. Many people can and will receive aid from this application. The second part of the meeting talked about the costs of going tO college and how to work around those costs to make col- lege more affordable for families. Looking into specific programs at P0stsec- ondary institutions can reveal more costs to con- sider when applying for college or accepting fi- nancial aid offers. Mr. Martin also talked about alternative loan options if federal aid is not enough to cover all the costs of attending school. 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