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Page 6 THEWALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2016 Thur., Nov. 17 - Wed., Nov. 23 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PtJBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: cinnamon tolls, sauce L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, carrots, sauce Fri- B: HB c~ggs, toast, sauce L: tomato soup, grilled, cheese, crackers, fruit Mon- B: yogurt, toast, sauce L: hamburgers, chips, hulmnUS, S~uce Tues- B: cereal, fruit L: chicken soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, fl~uit cups Wed- B: French toast, sauce L: stroganoff, carrots, dilmer rolls, fruit FORI)VlLLE-LANKIN HIGH SCHOOL FORDVILLE - LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or yeN. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: breaka'ast sandwich L: turkey roast, mashed potatoes, gravy, dressilk%, glazed carrots, cr,'tnberries, fresh fruit Fri- B: caranlel rolls L: pepperoni pizza, fresh fruit Mon- B: a&sorted cereal, English muffins L: BBQ pork hi bun, macaroni salad, chips, baked beans, fruit cups Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast L: hot hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, whole grain bulls, fruit cups Wed- B: frosted long johns, assorted cereal, L: grilled cheese, tomato soup, crackers, fntit sauce PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs- B: ~7,gs, sausage, hash browns, toast L: ~alloped potatoes w/ham, fresh baked dinner roll Fri- B: pancakes on a stick L: taco in a bag Mon- B: breakast pizza L: sloppy joes, chips, beans Tues- B: donuts L: baked potatoes w/toppings, fl'csh baked dimler roll Wed- B: cereal, toast L: pizza bread sticks, craisins PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk served daily. Thurs- B: bi~uits & gravy L: popcolal chicken, snfiley fries Fri- B: waffles, .vmsage I= cheese burgers, chips, CmTOtS iMon- B: bagels L: BBQ's l_xzans Tues- B: French toast sticks, sausage L: mashed potatoes, turkey tidbits in graW Wed- B: cereal, toast L: corn dogs, calTots VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Fresh veggies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meM. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entr6e. Thurs- clficken nuggets, mac & cheese, vegetable medley Fri- grilled cheese, tomato soup, CalTOtS Mon- pancakes, eggs, sausage, yogurt, orange juice Tues- meatballs & gravy. mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll Wed- turkey subs. Chex mix. green beans VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- French bread peppcroni pizza, yogurt Fri- pancakes, bacon, peas & carrots Moll- teriyaki chicken, rice with vegetables Tues-chicken noodle soup, grape uncrustables, carrots Wed- chicken bacon-ranch wraps, chips, baked beans VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, vegsie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- turkey, stuffing, ma.shed lx~tatocs, gravy, \VG roll, green beans, cranberries, dixie cup Fri- hamburger patty on WG bun, macaroni salad, chips Moll- cheese French bread pizz~a, brownie Tucs- pulled pork on WG bun, macaroni salad, WG chips Wed- corndogs, beans, ccx)kie BISMARCK, N.D. -- State Superintendent Kirsten School, Fargo Baesler said 20 North Dakota young people have been Peyton Cole, Park River, a freshman at the Univer- named to her Superintendent's Student Cabinet, whose sity of North Dakota members offer opinions and advice from a student per- Cole Garman, Mandan, a freshman at the Univer- spective about educational policy and opportunity, sity of Jamestown The new group will hold its first meeting at 10 a.m. Strand, Ngo, Schefier, Cole and Garman were all Thursday, Nov. 10, in the state Capitol's Brynhild Haug- meinbers of the inanguml Superintendent's Student Cab- land Room. inet. "As college freshmen, Peyton and Cole be able Baesler founded the Cabinet in April 2015. The new to share their pelspectives on how well their North Dako- group is the second Cabinet chosen in state history, taK-12schoolspreparedthemforcoUege,"Baeslersaid. Members are appointed to serve for 18 months. Of the Six of the Cabinet members are elementary school Cabinet's 20 newly chosen students, five will be serv- students. "As an elementary teacher for many years, ing a second tenn. Ninety-six students applied to be con- and as a vice principal in an elementary school, I of- sidered, ten had the opportunity to interact with Student Court- The members of the new Cabinet are: cil membersy Baesler said. "Elementary students are Annabelle Maher, Fargo, a fourth grader at Legacy honest. They have clarity in their thoughts and obser- EIementary School, West Fargo rations. They are eager to share their ideas with Aidan Pelton, Watford City, a fourth grader at frankness and openness." Watford City Intermediate School Student Cabinet applicants were required to submit Karlee Hoyt, Williston, a fifth grader at Round Prairie letters of recomlnendation and write answers to a se- Elementary, Williston ties of questions, including a question on what they be- Tyson Odermann, Parshall, a sixth grader at Parshall lieved to be the biggest issue l acing students in North Elementary School Dakota. The applications were then evaluated and ranked Lucy Pulver, H en, a sixth grader at Hazen Ele- by a team of people outside of the superintendent's of- mentary School rice. Hannah Radzwill, Mohall, a sixth grader at Mohall Elementary School Since its inception, the Student Cabinet has provided Aidan Bertsch, West Fargo, a seventh grader at Ch- invaluable advice, Baesler said. eney Middle School, West Fargo "In meetings of the first Student Cabinet, we dis- Reilly Meyer, Dickinson, a seventh grader at Trin- cussed policy. We discussed early childhood education. ity High School, Dickinson We discussed federal law. We discussed assessments, Garret Meehl, Oakes, an eighth grader at Oakes High the impoaance of college entrance exams," Baesler said. School "We discussed the ideas of having more opportunities Thomas Tiegs, Ellendale, an eighth grader at El- for a broader array of electives tbr all of our students." lendale Public School The Cabinet has 11 females and nine males, fiom 16 Tegan Amundson, Abercrombie, a ninth grader at North Dakota comnmnities: Abercrombie, Bismarck, Richland County 44 High School, Colfax Dickinson, EUendale, Fargo, Hazen, Langdon, Man&an, Skyler Strand, Bismarck, a ninth grader at Bismar- Minot, Mohall, Oakes, Park River, Parshall, Wattbrd ck High School City, West Fargo and Williston. Two members are fiom Gmcie Johnsmd, Wafford City, a 10th grader at Wat- nonpublic schools, Dickinson Trinity High School and ford City High School Fargo Shanley High School. Victoria Schweitzer, Bismarck, a 10th grader at Lega- Baesler said she wants to hear students' unvarnished cyHigh School, Bismarck opinions. " e 11 Karena .Verbitsky, Minot, an 11 th grader at South W wa t to make sure that we're heating about the Prairie High School, Minot good things that we're doing in our North Dakota Lynna Ngo, Fargo, a 12th grader at South High sd ools, so we can keep doing those," Baesler said. "But School, Fargo we also need to hear from students who aren't having Dawson Schefter, Langdon, a 12th grader at Lang- such a great experience, and learn fiom them how we don Area High School, Langdon can adjust and change to improve the experience for stu- Austin Weigel, Fargo, a 12th grader at Shanley High dents." 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"A" Honor Roll Grade 12 Bailey Beneda Kaitlyn Brintnell Taylor Dalbey Taylor Knudson Trevor Knudson Grade 10 Sydney Beneda Marissa Sluke Grade 8 Vanessa Cooper B Honor Roll Grade 12 Landin Wood Grade 11 Austin Graham Grade 10 Bryce Wood Grade 9 Dylan Rasmusson "A" Honor Roll I2th Grade Auchey Beck Jackson Hankey Nick Holcomb Dylan Kachena Andy Moe Dylan Myrvik Ifedayo Omotunde Casey Solseng Anne Welch Jenna Zavalney llth Grade Kaitlyn Blake Gretchen Bmmmond Sawyer Cu&nore Jacob Ham Jace Jehlicka Beatrice Kjelland Annie Koenig Julia Koppang Kristen Larson Josie Markusen Morgan Seina Elaina Swm tz Charlie Thompson Toby Zikmund 10th Grade Belmett Carter Gmcyn Cole Owen Irvine Lexi Langowski Sadie Myrvik Mic~ih Setness Mason Wilmer 9th Grade Lilly Bina Gigi Br0uillard Shantel Carlson Ethan Chalich Cheymme Gillespie Destinee Hahn Sydney Porter Kaitlynn Schen" Brooke Shirek Julia Sveen Karina Whaley 8th Grade Blaine Carter Damon Fjeld Gavinn Halvorson Samantha Houser Andy Johnson Grace Johnson Elias Markusen Drew McMillan Jackson Nelson Jaden Rose Bevan Rost Anaanda Thompson Claire Wharam 7th Grade Karson Blake Chloe Jacobson Jonah Zikmund "B" Honor Roll 12th Grade Taylia Barter Trent Carlson Dylan Chally Emily Frovarp Jameson Halm Elijah Hylden Dante Irvine Makayla Jelinek Adam Johnson Bryce Novak Jordan Omlie Tessa Peterka Jaymee SanGrait Alec Setness llth Grade Britton Bina Kaitlyn Eliason Jacob Erovick Ian Helgeson Zachary Hell Tanner Jelinek Christian Lundquist Will Magnusson Emily Morgan Jonah Sanderson Courtney Shirek Spencer Skavhaug Nick Whaley 10th Grade Kendra Beck Lane Bell Austin Brandvold Wil Gaarder Hannah Gordon Josh Ham Kole Hanson Allie Hjelmstad Kylie Jacobson Marls Miller Bailey Schroeder Amy Seim Nick Thompson Adam Zavalney Nathan Zavalney 9th Grade Josie Brodina Morgan Chalich Jayse Fontaine Shane Gaarder Jayden Hove Kyza Kadlec Joe Larson Alex Midgarden Seth Nelson Caden Seim Kaylee Seim Kyla Spoonland Jaylie Woods 8th Grade Ryley Bjorneby Elle Carlson Jordan Erovick Sam Hagen Kaleb Hodney Trevor Hove lsabelle Irvine Joey Kram Cassie Lopez Paige McCoy Jake Olson Hannah Peotter Peyton Schroeder Jayden Wilmer 7th Grade Jon Beneda Taylor Grove Jaylie Jelinek Andrew Koenig Courtney Lundquist Maci McMillan Brady Omdahl Kenneth Porter Peyton Restemayer Matilda Salinas Zach Staven Eric Swartz SH COUNTY in Stay connected, subscribe. 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