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DECEMBER 14, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 9 Arti cl es News and Notes from Park River Public School Thur., Dec. *5- Wed., Dec. 2, Meals are subject to chan~e without notice ADAMS~EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs ......... B: Cereal, PBJ L: Tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers, carrot sticks, salad, sauce Fri--B: Toast, sauce L: Pizza, green beans, appledauce Men--B: Cereal, PBJ L: Tater tot hotdish, peas, salad, breadsticks, sauce Tues--B: Toast, sauce L: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, bread, sweet potatoes, fruit Wed--B: French toast, sauce L: Hot dogs, chips, salad, ice cream, beans ADAMS~EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily, skim milk, salad bar, whole wheat products Thur~ B: Muffins, grapes L: Build a burger, toppings, tater tots, fruit, salad bar Fri--B: Cereal, toast L: Baked potato bar, toppings, veggies w ranch, Jello w toppings, salad bar Men--B: Cereal, toast L: Tater tot hotdish, pickles, mini loaf bread, brownies, salad bar Tues--B: Cinnamon glazed toast, orange slices L: Soup and salad bar, bread, fruit Wed--B: Cereal, toast L: Scalloped potatoes w ham, cranberries, lettuce, rolls, dessert, salad bar FORDVILLE~LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk ,% bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs--B: Cereal, cranberry muffins L: BBQ chicken, scalloped potatoes, corn, veg tray, fruit sauce Fri--B: Breakfast pizza L: Soft shell tacos, nachos, toppings, veg tray, fruit cups Men---B: Cereal, toast L: Chicken burgers, fries, salad bar, fruit Tues--B: Cinamon caramel roll L: Lasagna, garlic bread, salad bar, fresh fruit Wed--B: Fried eggs, toast L: Cream of potato ~ttp, ham sandwiches, veg tray, cheese, crackers, fruit slices MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs---B: Cereal,,toast L: Hot dogs on bun, baked beans, veggies, fruit cup Fri--B: Egg patties, toast L: Hot ham & cheese, green beans, veggies, fruit cup Men--B: Omelets, toast L: Chicken patties on bun, potato chips, veggies, fruit cup Tues--B: French toast, sausage links L: Taco salad, lettuce, cheese, sour cream, salsa, fruit cup Wed--B: Yogurt, toast L: Burritos, corn, cheese, race sauce, fruit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & broad are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs--B: Scrambled Eggs, Toast, Fruit L: Taco Salad, Corn, Salad Bar, Fruit Fri--B: Cereal, Toast, Fruit L: French Bread Pizza, Salad Bar, Fruit Nlon B: Breakfast Taco, Fruit L: Popcorn Chicken, Salad Bar, Fruit Tues--B: Sausage, Egg & Cheese Biscuits, Fruit L: ttot Ham & Cheese, Rice, Pineapple, Salad Bar Wed---B: Cereal, Toast, Fruit L: Meatballs, Mashed Potato, Gravy, Salad Bar, Fruit 4 VALLEY~EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Ve~ie, Dessert served with aH meaIs. Thurs: Meatballs & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Vegetable, Dessert Fri: Hot Ham & Cheese, Sun Chips, Vegetable, Dessert Men: Taco in a Bag, Salsa, Vegetable, Dessert Tues: Chicken Burgers, Mac. Salad, Vegetable, Dessert Wed: Pepperoni Pizza, Fruit, Vegetable, Dessert VALLEY-EDINBURG 5~8 (CRYSTAL) Thurs: Turkey slice, baked potato, sandwiches, corn, dessert Fri: Hamburger hotdish, sandwiches, green beans, dessert Men: BBQ, string cheese, multi grain chips, baked beans, dessert Tues: Chicken burgers, lettuce salad, corn, dessert Wed: Pizza, lettuce salad, sandwiches, voggies, dessert VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thurs: Pancake on a stick, French Toast, Sausages, Scrmubled Eggs', Yogurt Fri: Bar B Q's, Chips & Dip, Salad Bar, Fruit, Ice Cream Dixie Cup Men: French Bread Pizza, Salad Bar, Fruit Tue: Chicken Strips, Tater Tots, Corn, Salad Bar, Fruit Wed: Corn Dogs, Bush's Beans, Salad Bar, Fruit Above: (L to R) Grace Dryburgh, Walstt County Grand Prize Winner; Reed Minello - first place from Adams-Edmore School; Brandi Niemann - first place from Grafton School; Juan Villanueva - first place from Minto School; and Gretchen Brummond - first place from Park River School. Secondhand smoke poster contest winners announced By Sharon Laxdal avoid secondhand smoke, lung diseases. In addition, prize winners include:ticipated in the contest. WALSH COUNTY, These posters help edu- children who have asthma Reed Minello (Adams-Ed- There were many wonder- N.D. -- The Walsh cate adults to never smoke and breathe secondhandmore Public School), ful and educational posters County Health District is around children, espe-smoke have more asthmaBrandi Niemann (Grafton displayed in the halls of pleased to announce the cially in homes or vehi- attacks. Public School), Juan Vii- these Walsh County winners of the 5th Annual cles whether or not chil- This contest has one lanueva (Minto Public schools. It is now planned Secondhand Smoke Poster dren are present at the grand prize winner for all School), and Gretchen to use these posters at pub- Contest. Sixth graderstime. According to theparticipating 6th graders Brummond (Park River lic events in the upcom- from Walsh County American Lung Associa-from Walsh County. This Public School). ing year to help reinforce schools were once again tion children who breathe year, our grand prize win- The Walsh County the dangers of secondhand asked to help educate their in secondhand smoke ner was Grace DryburghHealth District wouldlike smoke. schools and the public on have more ear infections from Grafton Public to congratulate each of Editor Note: Laxdal the dangers of secondhand and are more likely to de- School. In addition each these poster contest win- is the Tobacco Prevention smoke as well as provide velop pneumonia, bron-school also has a first prize ners as well as thank all Coordinator with Walsh information on ways tochitis, asthma, and other winner. This year's first the 6th graders who par- County Health District. By Jessica Greicar Cell phones, electronic tablets, music devices, eReaders, and many other new technologies are. continually changing the world in which we live. Imagine the dif- ference from just fifteen years ago. It's amazing. These new innova- tions are modifying just about every aspect of our everyday lives. Incredibly, the "age of technol- ogy" is just beginning and in the next few decades we will see even more significant developments in the tools available. New developments in technol- -- ogy are having a large impact in our schools as well. This is par- ticularly true regarding changes in the core area of science. As a sci- ence educator, I am continually working to keep up with the changing times, adjusting my les- 0. son plans accordingly, and fie- nity of integrating the Vernier quently modifying my classroom LabQuest computer interface sys- setting to best utilize these new re- tem into the physics curriculum. sources. Additionally, it is impor- This innovative device allows stu- tant to help the students become dents to collect, analyze, and more technically savvy, as they graph scientific data in a relatively will see many more advancements rapid and efficient manner. At- in the future, tachments for the LabQuest are Through our cooperation with available for measurements asso- the North Valley Career-Tech ciated with a wide variety of sci- Center, Park River High School entific theories, principals, and has recently enjoyed the opportu- models. For example, students can measure sound, ultraviolet light, electrical current, gas con- centrations, force, velocity, etc; Just by simply changing an at- tachment on the LabQuest unit. The opportunities available with this state-of-the-art device are unlimited. The data accumulated in one classroom session with the LabQuest, would, have taken days or weeks to collect in the past. This offers the students' additional time for discussion, data analysis, and further investigation. As in our daily lives with an increasing number of technology devices at our fingertips, technology will continue to provide advancements in our classrooms as well. 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