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/ / ! PAGE 8 THE PRESS NOVEMBER 27, 2013 PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River Area High School would like to recognize the following students for being selected as the Students of the Quarter for the first nine weeks: Kylie Jacobson, Toby Zikmund, Jackson Hankey, Kirsten Whaley, Jade Sangrait, and Joseph DiNicola These stu- dents were recognized for show- ing considerable growth or consistently demonstrating their best effort academically over the first nine weeks. Student of the Quarter Pro- files: Kylie Jacobsen, Grade 7 Daughter of Craig and Katie Jacobson. World Geography, Ag Tech, Health and Science are her fa- vorite academic subjects and she is also active in basketball, vol- leyball and golf. Outside of school Kylie is in- volved with Youth Group and 4- H. Her desire to succeed comes from her family telling her to do her best along with their love and support. Kylie hopes to become a phys- ical therapist after school. Toby Zikmund, Grade 8 Son of Tim and Jacqi Zik- mund. Earth Science is his favorite academic subject and he is also participates in basketball and football. Outside of school, Toby is ac- tive in 4-H. His desire to succeed comes from his parents and he is cur- rently undecided in his future as- pirations. Jackson Hankey, Grade 9 Son of David and Jana Han- key. Photos: Submitted Above: Park River Area School Students of the First Quarter. Top (L to R) Kylie Jacobson, Toby Zikmund, Jackson Hankey, Bottom (L to R) Kirsten Whaley, Jade Sangrait, and Joseph DiNicola. hockey and baseball. Whaley. after school she would like to be- realize that if you push yourself, Outside of school, he can usu- Ancient History, Band and come a teacher, you can be the person you want ally be found working on the Chorus are Kirsten's favorite ac- Jade Sangrait, Grade 11 to be," she said. farm. ademic subjects and she is also Daughter of Lonnie Sangrait She would like to be a cosme- His desire to succeed comesinvolved in volleyball, yearbook, and Cathy Gordon. tologist after high school. from his parents and he is cur- basketball and drama. Math is Jade's favorite aca- Joseph DiNi ola, Grade 12 rently undecided what he would In her spare time she is indemic subject and her desire to Son ofRonandLeAnnaDiNi- like to do in the future, piano and church activities, succeed comes from her father, cola. Science is Jackson's favorite "He academic subiect in school and Kirsten Whaley, Grade 10 Wanting to do the best that pushes me to be the per- History and Math are his fa- .. ,..Datlghter of Lowell and Lesa can is what helps her succeed son I want to be and he. got me to vorite academic , .subjects in. he also p iffi ipates in football.: = ..... " ,. ,," Park River Area School Regular Board Of Education Meeting im n Park River Area School Special Board Of Education Meeting PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL #8 benefits, All in favor, M.C. SPECIAL BOARD OF EDUCATION With no further business, the meeting MEETING, 12:00 PM adjourned at 12:05 p.m. MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2013 PARK RIVER, ND Special board meeting held October 28, 2013. Thompson, Bata, Rost, Hahn, _Diana Hahn, President Laaveg present, Houser via telephone conferencing. President Hahn called the meeting to _Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager order at 12:00 p.m. M: Laaveg S: Rost to choose the Direct Reimbursement Method for financing of unemployment insurance (Nov. 27, 2013) Park River Area School Public Hearing adjourned at 6:15 p.m. _Diana Hahn, President PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL #8 BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING 6:00 PM THURSDAY OCTOBER 10, 2013 PARK RIVER, ND Regular board meeting held October 10, 2013. All members present. President Hahn called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. M: Laaveg S: Brummond to approve the corrected Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held September 12, 2013, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Thompson to approve the expenditures as follows: General Fund #1126-1160, $111,357.37; Payroll & Benefits #75027-75073, $280,314.75; Manual checks #510001- 511020, $142,002.51 and Special Activities #1025-1062, $44,817.85, All in favor, M.C. MARCIA ROST 7,770.00 CHERI LOTHSPEICH 24,525.00 WATER & LIGHT DEPT 4,901.07 SAM'S CLUB 100.00 VALLEY CITY STATE UNIVERSITY 200.00 LOIS SOLSENG 150.00 THE HARTFORD PRIORITY ACCTS 3,786.12 FIRST UNITED BANK 42,741.25 DEPT. OF MOTOR VEHICLES78.00 RICK CLEMETSON 300.00 AMAZON.COM CREDIT 1,267.81 BECKY SVOBODNY 25.00 DAHLEN PLUMBING & HEATING 402.20 DONNA GALLOWAY 153.00 DORSHER PIANO TUNING230.00 EMIL SCHOENFISH 3,850.00 FILTER CARE OF GRAFTON/NAPA 42.75 FIRST UNITED INSURANCE 9,695.00 HARTLEY'S SCHOOL BUSES84.36 JEAN FJELD 624.99 JONATHAN BERG 110.00 _Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager (Nov. 27, 2013) City of Edinburg Council Proceedings Old Business: Denault reported on prices of tables and chairs for Community Center. New Business: Dogs running at large are becoming a problem again. Adjourn: Pewe Next Meeting: Monday, December 9th at 7 pm. Respectfully submitted Vera Brandvold, Auditor (Nov. 27, 2013) PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL #8 PUBLIC HEARING, 6:00 PM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 PARK RIVER, ND Public hearing held September 12, 2013. Brummond, Bata, Houser, Laaveg, Hahn, Thompson and Rost present. President Hahn called the hearing to order at 6:00 p.m. Kirk Ham gave a brief overview of the calculation of zero increase in the number of mills pursuant to NDCC 57-15-02.1. With no further business, the meeting City of Edinburg Council Proceeding November 13, 2013 7:00 pm Call to Order: Mayor Halldorson Present: Sondeland, Denault, Pewe and Hall MSC: Denault, Sondeland approve minutes as read. Carried MSC: Sondeland, Denault to approve payment of bills beginning with check #6862 through #6877 for a total of $3584.03 and approve the monthly financial statement with balance on hand of $32016.84. school and he is also involved in FFA. Outside of school, Joseph enjoys working on video projects and computer programs and the motivation of his peers, teachers, siblings, and girlfriend is what helps with his desire to succeed. Joseph plans to further is educa- tion in computer science and business in the futurei: , JOY BUCHHOLTZ 1,084.98 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ND KATHY KIBLER 2,127.30 12,596.10 LEON'S BUILDING CENTER728.40 AFLAC1,624.10 LORI BENEDA 130.84 JENNIFER JOHNSON 100.00 MIDWEST INVESTIGATION & COCA-COLA REFRESHMENTS SECURITY, INC. 250.00 1,230.75 NDCEL 570.00 DANTE IRVlNE 50.00 NORTHERN RED RIVER D'S DESIGNS 78.00 INTERACTIVE TV 14,377.25 DYLAN KACHENA 40.00 REBECCA SCHRAMM 35.00 GAVIN GILLESPIE 20.00 RICK JACKSON 1,985.00 GRAFTON SCHOOL DISTRICT SAMSON ELECTRIC 8,772.58 125.00 SCHOLASTIC EQUIPMENT JONATHAN BERG 22.00 COMPANY, LLC 14,168.68 JORDAN OMLIE 44.00 SHANNON MARKUSEN 35.00 JOSH HAM 10.00 UPPER VALLEY SPECIAL JS WHOLESALE & VENDING EDUCATION 11,042.03 579.98 VERIZON 104.84 KEVlN SKAVHAUG 22.00 WALSH COUNTY PRESS 187.14 JUSTIN KIEFER 154.00 WATER & LIGHT DEPT 9,175.12 LANGDON AREA SCHOOL WAYNES VARIETY 40.00 DISTRICT 260.00 WELCH'S BAKERY 1,085.60 LOGAN SYRUP 20.00 WELLS FARGO CORPORATE MAX BERGER 30.00 TRUST SERVICE 10,142.50 NATIONAL FFA 304.00 CULINEX 524.68 NDCCA 50.00 NORTH STAR COOP 5,576.94 NORTH STAR COOP 96.00 NORTHDALE OIL INC. 767.90 BRETT OMDAHL 332.00 THREE STAR DAIRY, INC. PARK RIVER AREA REVOLVING 1,543.97 ACCOUNT 2,984.44 US FOODSERVlCE GRG DIVISION PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL 10,416.51 33,769.29 AFLAC1,624.10 RICKI JONES 70.00 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ND ROB SCHERR 132.00 12,596.10 ROBERT GOLL 200.00 THE HARTFORD PRIORITY SAM'S CLUB 1,373.44 ACCTS 2,342.37 SHANNON MARKUSEN 26.28 NDCCA 50.00 SPENCER SKAVHAUG 30.00 NDACDA 150.00 THREE STAR DAIRY, INC. ANGELA SOLSENG 125.96 414.36 WILLIE STANLEY 7,200.00 TOM MAGNUSSON 20.00 AFLAC1,587.36 TYLER WASLASKI 50.00 WALSH COUNTY FAIRBOARD WAYNES VARIETY 127.71 200.00 WEDDING DESIGNS 196.00 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ND WELCH'S BAKERY 116.60 14,762.61 WILL ZIMMERMAN 110.00 THE HARTFORD PRIORITY ACCTS 2,342.37 M: Brummond S: Thompson to accept VALLEY CITY STATE UNIVERSITY with regrets the resignation of Donna 150.00 Galloway effective the end of 2013-2014 school year, All in favor, M.C. M: Houser S: Bata to accept with regrets the resignation of Char Myrdal at the end of the 2013-2014 school year, All in favor, M.C. M: Rost S: Laaveg to approve Donna Galloway's Early Retirement request, All in favor, M.C. M: Rost S: Laaveg to approve Char Myrdal's Early Retirement Request, All in favor, MC. M: Brummond S: Bata to buy the skid steer loader from Park River Implement at a price of $31,800.00, All in favor, M.C. M: Bata S: Rost to hire Dr. Mary Erhardt, Discovery Consulting, for long- term planning, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg S: Thompson to have a first reading of the Concussion Management policy, Descriptor Code FCAF, All in favor, M.C. Reports were received by: Kirk Ham - Financial and Administrative; Administrative -Aaron Schramm and Brenda Nilson; Vocational Center - Brad Brummond; REA - Tracy Laaveg; there was no Library Report. Other items of discussion included: School Board Convention and Board Resolutions, Adams School District Audit for 2012- 2013 and the possibility of a new phone system. The next board meeting is scheduled for November 19, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:15 p.m. Diana Hahn, President ___Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager (Nov. 27, 2013) COUNTY Start or renew your subscription: In-County $34 / Out-of-County $38 / Out-of-State $42 RO. Box 49, Park River, ND 58270 t t