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PAGE 8 THE PRESS NOVEMBER 20, 2013 Aggie Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDO) Serged Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs= B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: cream of potato soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, S.UCe Fri- B: cereal, yogurt L: lasagna hot dish, corn, dinner roll, fruit Man- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: baked potato bar w/broccoli cheese soup, chili, cheese, diced ham, dinner rolls, sauce Tues- B: omelets, toast, sauce L: spaetti w/meat sauce, green beans, bread sticks, fruit Wed: B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: French dip, French fries, carrots, sauce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk ,% bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: grilled cheese, juice, milk L: potato hot dish, buns coleslaw, fresh fruit, beg. tray Fri- B: pancakes, sausage patties, juice, milk L: pepperoni pizza, salad bar, fresh fruit Man- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice, milk L: chef salad w/assorted topping.. % cinnamon rolls, fruit sauce Tues- B: French toast, syrup, juice, milk L: chicken &amp; dumpling soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, cheese slices, veg. tray, fruit sauce Wed- B: scrambled eggs, toast, juice, milk L: meatballs, mashed potatoes, w/gravy, green beans, glazed carrots, veg. tray, fruit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (Mirero) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Thurs- B: cereal, toast, juice L: taco burger, chips, salsa Fri- B: muffins, yogurt, juice L: pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans Man- B: breakfast pizza, juice L: chicken dumpling soup, crackers Tues- B: cinnamon rolls, juice L: turkey, potatoes, gravy, dinner roll Wed- B: French toast w/syrup, juice L: hot dogs, chips, baked beans PARK RIVER AREA FUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: hot ham & cheese, rice, pineapple Fri- B: bagels, yogurt L: pepperoni pizza, veggies Man- B: cereal, toast L: taco salad, Fritos, corn Tues- B: omelets, toast L: pizza burgers, carrots Wed- B: pancakes, sausage L: chicken drummies, mac. salad - .,,.. VALEY- EDINBtntG K-4 (Hot.E) Fresh vegsies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, cele17) , fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes & gravy, corn, dinner roll Fri- hot dogs, baked beans VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bat, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- beef burritos, corn Fri- French bread pizza Mon-WGR chow mein w/ vegetables, egg roll Tues- taco in a bag Wed- tomato soup, grilled cheese VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- chicken fajitas, WGR tortilla shell, peppers, salsa, corn, cookie Fri- WGR cheese pizza, spinach salad, cake Man- French toast, sausage, scrambled eggs, juice cup Tues- chicken nuggets, hash browns, corn Wed- BBQ's. WGR bun, baked chips, macaroni salad Photos: Submitted Above: Standing - Abby McCombs, Julia Sveen and Leah Sakarnoto-Flack. Seated - Hannah Peotter, Paige McCoy, Grace Johnson, Bevan Rost, Shantel Carlson, and Kayl-ee Seim. Surrounding the state in song By Lorrie Hylden Greetings from the Elementary Music Classroom. We are keep- ing ourselves very busy this fall. On October 12, Mr. Weltz and I took 9 students to Grand Forks for Surround the State in Song. Each music teacher is allowed to take 5 - 6 students. These are students who were willing to give up some recess time to spend about three- weeks preparing music with Mr. Weltz and me and then go to Grand Forks for a day of re- hearsal and concert. They had the privilege of work- ing with Pam Burns who is presently the director of Lake Agassiz Girls Chorus in Fargo, ND. It is amazing what they can accomplish in such a short amount of time. The students who were involved were, Grace Johnson, Paige McCoy, Hannah Peotter, Bevan Rost, Leah Sakamoto- Flack, Abby McCombs, Shantel Carlson, Kaylee Seim, and Julia Sveen. The girls also performed the National Anthem at the Dis- trict Volleyball tournament in Park River on Friday, November 1. Soon we will be celebrating the Christmas season. The stu- dents are starting to prepare for the Christmas program which will be held on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. The students al- ways work very hard to prepare a program for you to enjoy. We are looking forward to celebrating the season with you that night, so see you all on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 for the Park River Elemen- tary Christmas program. Editor "s Note: Hylden teaches elementary music at Park Rver Area Schools. ND Living seeks teen writers MANDAN, N.D. -- The North Dakota Living magazine is seeking teen correspondents to write for its Teen-2-Teen column in 2014. The monthly column features articles written by students, ages 13 to 19, who address topics of importance to teens. Correspondents will receive $50 after column publication. To become a North Dakota Liv- ing teen correspondent, students need to submit: An essay detailing why they would make a good contributor; A teacher recommendation; and At least two topics of interest for potential columns. In addition, teens must submit their name, the names oftheirgar- ents, and their complete mailin adz dress, telephone number andernl address. Submissions should be re- ceived by Friday, Dec. 20. To apply for a teen correspondent position with North Dakota Lixing, email requested information to cde- vney@ndarec.com or mail to: North Dakota Living Teen-2-Teen PO Box 727 Mandan, ND 58554-0727 The North Dakota Living mag- azine is published by the North Dakota Association of Rural Elec- tric Cooperatives, Mandan. Edmore High School names students of the first quarter Photo: Submitted Above: L-R: MiKara Johanson, Lauren Sampson, Abigail Mack and Mr. Matt Ford, princi- pal EDMORE, N.D. -- The students of the first Citizenship. These students are chosen by the quarter at Edmore High School are: MiKara staff for exemplifying an Johanson, Most Improved, Lauren Sampson, outstanding work ethic, dedication and en- Distinguished and Abigail Mack, thusiasm for Edmore High School. __'=5-=':D_-'L_'= FYOf PAGE 1 formerly been enrolled in a conservation program that had changed it from cropland into grassland, he start- ed looking for a way to change it back. He took part in a conservation program that would turn the grass- land into a cover crop for grazing and return it to a crop- land. Zahradka is supported by his parents Lori and Jeff and his FFA advisor Brent Arndt. The National FFA Organization is a national youth organization of 557,318 student members as part of 7,498 local FFA chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education, The National FFA Organization operates under a general charter granted by the 81st United States Congress and it is an integral part of public instruction in agriculture. The U.S. Department of Education provides leadership and helps set direction for FFA as a service to state and local agricultural education programs. For more, vis- it the National FFA Organization online at www.FFA.org, on Facebook, Twitter and the official National FFA Organization blog. :-----:-- -- Z=2--=_ :S- Z"==_-=--E _-:'__ ( _ events on TV. That was one of the general purposes behind the idea of the class. In the classroom the students are rather busy, each situated at a com- puter, working on different pieces of different projects. Most of the stu- dents were interested in the course because it was something different - a unique experience when they've only hadbasic computer classes be- fore Aggie Vision became available. "It's not strictly academic, more hands-on," said Joseph DiNicola. The hands-on nature of the class seemed to be popular among the stu- dents. During class, each student was busy working on something, talking among themselves, and seemingly working together. On what skills they'll take from the class, Katie Bohn said, "The ed- iting. Once you learn how to do it, there's no way you'll forget it. You learn something new every day, be- cause it's so hands on." Another student, Nathan Slaamod, had this to say about what he thought would be the most useful skill he'd leamed: "Film ed- iting, in case I ever go into a field where I'd need those skills. Maybe even in journalism, knowing these skills would be useful." On what his favorite production had been so far, Slaamod said, "We're working on one called 'The Voice of Hope'. where Mason (another student) is re- cruiting people to take over the world." "It's pretty enjoyable. It was fun to make and I hope people enjoy watching it," said Mason Moen, when asked about having such an ominous role. Perhaps most interesting about the class is that the students are very self-efficient The projects and ideas are entirely their own. Each student works at his or her own individual computer, throwing questions back and forth to each other. They work by themselves and as a group at the same time, showing great interest in what they're doing. Other students enrolled in the class are: Ryan Papenfuss, Austin Moe, Max Berger, Joey Frausto, Kyle Ferguson, and Ian McCombs. If readers would like a chance to view some of the projects the stu- dents have been working on, it's as easy as logging on to YouTube and typing "Aggie Vision" into the search box. 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