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1 NOVEMBER 28, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 7 I Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs- B: Frencl'l Ioast~ sauce L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, &teen beans salad, applesa ucc Fri- B: cereal, yt~%urt,, uice L: hot ham & cheese French flies, atlad, frttil Mort--B: cereal, yc~gm't, juice I,: mac, ham & cheese hot dish, pens, bread, salad, sauce Tues- B: cinnamon rolls, sauce I,: subs, salad, pt'etzels, beans, cheese, pickles, sauce~, chocolate cake Vv'cd- B" toast, sauce L: chicken nix:vile ~mp, as&wtcd sandwiches, crackers, sal,'M, fruit ADAMS- EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMOFJ~) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs-lk muffins and sauce 1,: ham wraps w/trimmings, lettuce salad and kiwi or salad bar Fri-B: cereal and loast I,: baked polato b:ir w/trimmings, baby carrots and peru's or salad bar Mon- B: cereal and toast L: pizza, cotta.e,e cheese, baby carrots and fruit/salad bar Tues- B: caramel rolls and orark, e,e slices 1,: coney Ishmds, Caesar salad and orark%es/ice cream bars/salad bar Wed- B: cereal and to&qt L-turkey wraps with trimmilkgs, potato Chips, baby carrots and frtut/sahld bar FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs-B: Scrambled e&Ss, toast, PARK RIVER SCHOOLS juice L: chicken tortilla soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers. cheese slices, fruit sauce and vc~e,. tray Fri-13: Breakfast bmTitos, .juice L- hot ham and cheese, pasta alfredo, salad bat" and fruit MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs-B: Cinnmnon rolls, toast juice L: hot ham & cheese on a 'b ul l. baked tx~tato chips, coleslaw, vc&g, ies, fruit cup Fri- B: Breakfast taco, to&st, juice L: pizza rnell on a btm, potato salad, v~gies, ice cream treat Mon- B: Bagels w/cream ch~se yos, urt, juice 1.: BBQ's, baked beans coleslaw, w?,~%ies, fl'uit cup Tues- B: Omelets, toast, juice L: taco salad, corn chips, salsa, cheese, sour creatn, lettuce, ve&gies, fruit cup Wed- B Breakfasl wrap, toast, juice L: pizza, ve~%ies, ice cream treat PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk ~ bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thin:s- B: Pancakes, sausage, fi:uit L: chicken all'redo, California blend, salad bar/fruit, juice Fri- B: Cereal, toast, fruil I,: polish sausage/bun, beans, salad bar/fruit _Mon-B: cereal, toast, fl:uit L: chicken burgers, sweet potato fries, salad bar/fruil Tees- B: French toast, sausage, fruit L: hamburg, er hot dish, corn, salad bar/fl'uit VVcd-B: No breakfasl-Late start L: corn d@?.s, beans, salad bar/fruit Real Estate Sales Auctions Farm & Ranch Management Appraisals Insurance Consultation Oil and Gas Management Lake Management National Hunting Leases VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Ve,.ggie, Dessert served with aH meals. Tlmrs-b.'d~cd ham, baked potato, c~x~ked ca rrots, dinner roll, celery, strawbe.rries Fri- cificken noodle soup, PB&J uncrustables, tuna or turkey sandwiches, peaches, orange sherbet Mon-chicken burger, tater tots, cucumbers, steamed broccoli, peaches Tues-taco in a batG black beans. lettuce, tonlato, sonr cream, cheese, corn, b&llalla Wed-cornices, smile lX_~tat~s baked beans, broccoli, carrots applesauce VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH (EDINBURG) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk~ Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs- Soup choice, assortec sandwiches, ve&gie bar, fruit, molas~s ccx)kie Fri- hot ham ~uld chee~, pioneer beans, vc,~e, ie bat', green beans fruit Photo: Submitted The following students have been selected as the students of the first quarter by the Valley -Edinburg High School teaching staff. Selection is based on students' time and effort put into academics, qualities of citizenship and positive contribution to school atmosphere. Senior Class Ashley Reilly, daughter of Sean and Blanca Reilly Junior Class: Hayley Fingarson, daughter of Lindsey and Lori Fingarson Sophomore Class: Alex Iverson, son of Dan and Di- ane Johnson Freshman Class: Shelby Cyr, daughter of Wendy Daninger and Richard Cyr New students are selected at the end of each quarter and a Valley-Edinburg High School stu- dent of the Year will be selected from the 16 students of the quarter chosen throughout the ( ear. Above: Students left to right Ashley Reilly, Hayley Fingarson, Alex Iverson and Shelby yr Scientific process starts here By Jessiea Greicar ect will help the students gain It is that time of year again, valuable experience in other ar- when Park River students begin eas as well, such as using prop- thinking about and working on er research techniques, organiz- projects for the upcoming science ing information, writing reports, fair. A science fair project is in- documenting resources, and pub- tended to enhance a student's lic speaking. All of these arees- understanding of science con- sential skills for an individual to cepts and theories, utilizing the possess, whetl;cr the student de- scientific method, cides to t'urthc his or her educa- The scientific method is a sys- tion or to dir:, dy enter the work- tematic approach to probleln force. solving, which aids in answering The Park River Science Fair questions about the lmtural world, will be held on Monday, Febru- The scientific method involves ary llth, 2013. Family and tbnnulating a question about the friends are encouraged to attend, world around us, hypothesizing as all projects will be displayed about what the answernfight in- and some students will be on elude, predicting the final answel; hand tc answer questions about testing the question at hand, and their specific projects. Selected analyzing the data obtained projects from the Park River Set- against the predicted outcome, ence Fair will have a chance to Although many people may not compete at the Northeast North realize it, most of us probablyal- Dakota Regional Science and ready use parts of the scientific Engineering Fair in Grand Forks method to solve problems in our on Wednesday, March 13th, 2013. everyday lives. Again, selected projects will have Throughout the process of the opportunity to advance and completing a science fair project, compete at the North Dakota students will develop an under- State Science and Engineering standing of each of the steps of Fair in Grand Forks on April the scientific method and how this 4th and 5th, 2013. process can be used to answer Editor Nole." Greicar is a set- questions about our world. The ence grade teacher at Park Riv- completion of a science fair proj- er Schools. Located 6 miles west & Good drainage. Highway access. Subject to farm lease. Formerly Botsford & Qualey Land Company L-1201017 Dale Haugen, Auctioneer Lic 198 mile north of Fordville, ND. For property details, contact: Jayson Menke, Agent Grand Forks, ND (218) 779-1293 cell JMenke@FarmersNational.com OR Andy Gudajtes, Agent Grand Forks, ND (701) 780-2828 or (218) 779-7305 AGudajtes@FarmersNational.com rst quarter "A" Honor Roll Spencer RehovskyCharles Thompson Morgan Porter Emily Frovarp 12th Grade Emily Zikmund Nicholas Whaley Lane Waite Jameson Hahn Chad Jelinek Will Zilnmerman Tobias Zikmund 10th Grade Dante Irvine Cole Rehovsky 8th Grade Caner Arendt MaKayla Jelinek Sadie Void Jackson Hankey "B" Honor Roll Kayla Bohn Adam Johnson llth Grade Elijah Hylden 12th Grade Alexis Greicar-Pic Bfit Brouillard Dylan Myrvik Katelyn Anderson Abrahmn Hankey Andrew Moe Zachary Gaarder li}dayo OmotundeShelby Arendt Seth Helgeson Tessa Peterka Taylor Lehar Casey Solseng Kristin Bosh Albert h-vine Ethan Peterson , Zachary NelsonSteven Thompson Riley Enget Kiri Kaste Halle Schwartz Anna Rand Anne Welch Bridget Foerster Daniel Onstad Alec Setness Benjamin Jenna Zavalney Karli Johnson Noah Skavhaug 7th Grade Thompson 7th Grade Kirsten Johnson Hannah Swartz Britton Bina Abigail Zikmund Kaitlyn Blake Jordan Midgarden Noah Zimmerman Kaitlyn Eliason 10th Grade Gretchen Carly Myrdal 9th Grade Jacob Erovick Samantha Blixt Brummond Aloria Nelson Diana Bata Courtney Sawyer Cudmore Katrina Nord Brendan Carter Ian Helgeson Clemetson .lacob Ham Aaron Peterka Levi Cudmore Zachary Hell Amber Gillespie Jace Jehlicka Jillian Skjordal Matthew Callan Hunter Hope Jehlicka Beatrice Kjelland Kendall SlebodnikDobmeier Christian Isak Johnson Annie Koenig Heather Sobolik Andrew Jimenez Lundquist Rylan Setness Julia Koppang 11 th Grade Kaittyn Nelson Thomas Alexa Thompson Kristen Larson Andrew Olivia Novak Magnusson Claire Welch Josephine BlXllnmond Alana Orstad William 9th Grade Markusen Rebecca Denault Amanda Seim Peyton Cole Christopher Ashley Fontaine Kirsten Whaley Magnusson Cadyn Hunter Salinas ,loseph Frausto 8th Grade Maggie Novak Jordan Johnson Morgan Seim Andrew Hylden Audrey Beck Mason Powers Enn Kovarik Courtney Shirek Levi Johnson Trent Carlson Salnuel Sveen Emily Laaveg Logan Syrup fan McCombs Dylan Chally Elaina Swartz I HELP WANTED ROLETTE COUNTY IS seeking a State's Attorney. 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