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NOVEMBER 16, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur., Nov. 17 - Wed., Nov. 2,3 Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS--EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs--B: Cereal, FBJ L: BBQ, fries, cheese, pickles, salad, beans Fri--B: Toast, sauce L: Pizza, green beans, applesauce Mon--B: Cereal, PBJ L: Mac. ham and cheese hotdish, peas, salad, breadsticks, sauce Tues--B: Toast, sauce L: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes, bread sauce Wed--B: French toast, sauce L: Chili, shredded cheese, crackers, salad, cinnamon roils, fruit ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily, skim milk, salad bar, whole wheat products Thurs--B: Breakfast burritos, pear cups L: Cheeseburger soup, bread sticks, lettuce salad, bananas, salad bar Fri--B: Cereal, toast L: Taco in a bag, toppings, baby carrots, ice cream bars, oranges, salad bar Mon--B: Cereal, toast L: Ham wraps, toppings, baby carrots, ranch, fruit, salad bar Tues--B: French toast, orange slices L: Beef stroganoff rofini, corn, applesauce, salad bar Wed---B: Cereal, toast L: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, cream corn, dessert, salad bar FORDVILLE~LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs--B: Bagels, toppings L: Spaghetti w meat sauce, salad bar, garlic toast, fruit sauce Fri--B: Blueberry coffee cake, cereal L: Pepperoni pizza, salad bar, fresh fruit Mon--B: Cereal, toast L: Tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers, veg. tray Tues--B: Waffles L: Chef salad, toppings, cinnamon rolls, veg. tray, fruit sauce Wed--B: Fried eggs, toast L: Beef stew, buns, coleslaw, veg. tray, fruit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Thurs--B: Yogurt, toast L: Hmnburger on bun, French fries, regales, fruit cup Fri B: Cereal, banana L: Cheese pizza, w g.gies, fruit cup Mon B: Breakfast wraps, toast L: Hot dogs on btm, baked beans, veggies, fruit cup Tues--B: Egg patties, toast L: chicken nuggets, au grafin potatoes, veggies, fruit cup Wed--B: Breakfast pizza, toast L: Burritos, taco sauce, corn, cheese, fruit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur~B: Cereal, PBJ L: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, sauce Fri--B: Toast, sauce L: Taco salad, corn, shredded cheese, shredded lettuce, puddil~% raisins Mon--B: Cereal, PBJ L: Lasagna hotdish, corn, salad, sauce, breazl Tues--B: Toast, sauce L: Chicken noodle soup, sandwiches, carrot sticks, fruit Wed--B: Tac go, sauce L: Subs, salad, beans, pretzels, cheese, pickles, sauce ................................ B Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School VALLEY~EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs: Turkey gravy, mashed potatoes, vegetable, dessert Fri: Sub sandwiches, toppings, chips, vegetable, dessert Men: Taco in a bag, salsa, veggies, vegetable, dessert Tues: BBQ, tater tots, vegetable, dessert We-d: Ham, bakecl potato, vegetable, dessert VALLEY-EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) Thurs: Turkey, potato, gravy, stuffing, sandwiches, corn, dessert Fri: Tator tot hotdish, sandwiches, fruit Mon: Mini corn dogs lettuce aalad, aandwichs, green beans, dessert Tues: Chicken noodle soup, egg salad/bologna, sandwiches, cheese, crackers, fruit Wed: Chicken burgers, lettuce salad, peas, dessert VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thurs: Corn dogs, chips and ch3eese, salad bar, fruit, rice krispie bar, milk Fri: Hot ham and cheese, pioneer beans, fruit, milk Men: Spaghetti with meat sauce, salad, bar, fruit, milk Tue: Crust stuffed pizza, salad bar, apples, milk Wed: Crispitos, salad, bar, fruit, pumpkin bars, milk f Park River High School of the ,uarter The teachers and staff of Park River High School have selected the Students of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2011-2012. Ryan Nilson, son of .Keith and Brenda Nilson, is a senior. His favorite subject is math, and he plays basketball and golf. When he's out of school, he enjoys working on the family farm, going to the lake and "hanging out" with family and friends. In his spare time, he likes going out with friends and family and playing sports and farming. Ryan's de- sire to succeed comes from his family, friends, and teachers. Ryan is planning to attend college and then return back to the area to farm the fam- ily land. Cole Rehovsky, son of K._ runs track, and is involved Steve and Carol Re- Above: Back Row (I to r) Morgan Porter, Cole Rehovsky, Ryan Nilson. Front Row (I to r) Isak Johnson, Casey hovsky, is a junior. His fa- Solseng, Erin K0varik (Photo: Submitted) vorite subject is math, and he plays football and in small and large group subjects are math, band, ies, English, and science, cial studies. She plays hockey, runs track, and music competitions, and ag. Isak plays basket- Erin plays basketball and volleyball and basketball participates in band and Away from school, Mor- ball and participates in volleyball and rtms track, and is on the yearbook choir. Away from school gan participates in 4H. In speech and the one-act Away from school; Erin staff. Out of school, she he also plays piano. In his her spare time, Morgan play. Away from school, has participated in 4H. In takes piano lessons and is spare moments, he likes likes to spend time with he sings in the church her spare time, she enjoys involved with her to spend time with his her family and "hang out" choir. In his spare time, reading, playing and church's youth group. In family and catch up on with her friends. Her de- Isak likes to spend time watching sports, spending her spare time, Casey sleep. He enjoys competi- sire to succeed comeswith friends. Isak says this time with friends andlikes to watch television tion which motivates him from her parents because about his desire to suc- family, and going shop- and movies. Her desire to to succeed. Cole is con- they always tell her that to ceed: " I want to prove ping. Her desire to suc- succeed comes from her sidering becoming a den- get where she wants to be that I'm worth some- ceed comes from family parents, and she is unde- tist or orthodontist, in life, she has to have a thing." Isak wants to be- members and coaches, cided about her future af- Morgan Porter, daugh- good education. Morgan come a scientist, possibly After high school, Erin ter high school. ter of Donny and Amy wants to go to college and a physicist, may study radiology. Park River High Porter, is a sophomore, become an elementary Erin Kovarik, daugh- Casey Solseng, daugh-School salutes these fine Her favorite subject is teacher, ter of Dale and Rochelle ter of Tim and Lois students for their excel- Spanish. She plays vol- Isak Johnson, son of Kovarik, is an eighthSolseng, is a seventhlent work ethic, pleasant leyball and basketball, Jeffand Marsha Johnson, grader. Her favorite sub- grader. Her favorite sub- attitude, and involvement is a freshman. His thvorite jects are math, social stud- jects are chorus and so- in school activities. J By Jana Gudmundson Parent Involvement is the cen- ter-piece of a high performing school. When parents are in- volved in children's learning, at s ho01"and' it home, schools work better and students learn more. As National Parental Involvement Day (November 17th) approaches, I'd like you to begin considering the following six slices of the in- volvement pie. Slice 1 - VOLUNTEERING Ask your child's teacher for ways you can help out. Maybe a special project or chaperone a field trip. Park River Elementary School awarded Parent Involvement Grant Slice 4 LEARNING AT All this effort is made to con- HOME nect our many school programs, Create a comfortable place for ESE Response to Intervention- your child to complete homework Behavior, Gearing up for Kinder- or other studies at home. garten, Title I and School Slice 5- DECISION MAKING Improvement, because they all Inquire about becoming in- have the same common thread. volved with committees, such as Parent Involvement makes a sig- school improvement or bullying nificant impact on the successes of policy, to learn about how deci- a school and student performance. sions are made that impact your Throughout this school year, child, parents will be invited to attend Slice 6- COLLABORATING Extended School Program Family WITH COMMUNITY Nights. At two upcoming nights, Help partner community re- we will hear from Mr. Kevin sources with your child's teacher. Walker the president of Project Appleseed, a national campaign for school improvement. He will discuss the importance of volun- teering and other ways of involve- ment with school. Parents will also learn about helping.~vith homework and how to continue the Response to Intervention-Be- havior program at home. One side note, there will be SEVERAL prizes awarded to participating families. I know volunteering isn't al- ways easy. We're all busy, with many other engagements through- out our community, which are all important. We each have our own strengths or areas of interest that we'd be most comfortable sharing. So with all that considered, I want you to take the "Parental Involve- merit Pledge." Strengthen the home-school connection. Become involved. Welch's Bakery for donating prizes North Dakota State PIRC Slice 2 - PARENTING Ask your child about his or her school day and what school work they have to complete. 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