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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER I 0, 2014 Thur., Dec. u - Wed. Dec. 17 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMoR) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: pizza, green beans, sauce Fri - B: cereal, yogurt L: chicken burger, macaroni salad, pretzels, fruit Men- B: cereal, yogurt L: chicken enchiladas w/trimmings, corn, sauce Tues- B: hard boiled eggs, toast, sauce L: turkey gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, dinner roll, sauce Wed- B: pancakes, sauce L: subs w/trimmings, potato salad, fruit News and Notes from Park River Area School FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) 2Wilk 8E bread are served daily. ]Heals are subject to chanse. Thurs- B: pancakes, syrup L: ham & turkey wraps w/assorted toppings, nachos, fresh fruit Fri- B: English muffins, assorted cereal, L: vegetable beef soup w/dumplings, cheese slices w/crackers, assorted sandwiches, fresh fruit Men- B: assorted cereal, toast L: soft shell tacos w/assorted toppings, Spanish rice, fruit cup Tues- B: waffles, syrup L: macaroni hamburger hot dish, fruit sauce Wed- B: fried eggs, toast L: ham slices, baked potatoes, cream corn, fruit cup MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) l~uits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Thurs- B: bagels, cream cheese, yogurt L: soft shell taco /toppings, raffled beans Fri- B: cereal,.toast L: hot dogs, baked beans, French fries Mon- B: eggs, s~msage,, toast L: chili, bread sticks Tues- B: omelets, toast L: chicken patty on bun, corn pudding cups Wed- B: pancakes, syrup L: hamburgers, French fries, baked beans Lifeline The eaa r In Personal Response andSupport Services PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: baked potato bar w/toppings Fri- B: breakfast pockets L: chicken burgers, French fries Men-' l~ :cereal~ toast L: spaghetti hot dish, corn Tues- B: omelets, toast L: pancakes, sausage, applesauce Wed- B: cereal, toast L: taco in a bag, corn VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Fresh vcggies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered aS an alternative to the entree. Thurs- meatballs and gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll Fri- BBQ's, baked chips, cooked carrots Men- grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup, green beans Tues- popcorn chicken, smilie potatoes, baked beans Wed- sub sandwiches, baked lays, fudge bar VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- meatballs, mashed potatoes/gravy, carrots Fri- chicken nuggets, macaroni & cheese, baked beans Men- corn dogs, French fries Tues- hot ham & cheese, assorted chips Wed- fish, mashed potatoes, green beans VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, dessert, pean u t butter and jelly served with aH meals. Thurs- baked potato, meatballs & smokies in BBQ sauce, carrots Fri- chicken patty of WGR bun, Italian pasta salad, chips Men- chicken rice casserole, homemade buns, green beans Tues- crispitos, cheese, salsa Wed- turkey, stuffing, potatoes, gravy, cranberries, dinner roll, carrots, dixie cup Photo: Submitted Above: Front row (bR) Landon Staven, Kieran Sullivan, Tucker Omd l, Gunnar Kalgard, Brennen Schramm, Isaac Porter, Quintin Bourbanis-Carter. Back row (L-R) Tyler Johnson, Allison Gudmundson, Kenley Gall, Brynn Johnson, McKenna Cole, Sawyer Herfindahl, Owen Beneda. Below: Interview a pilgrim project. 1 1 By Kelli Johnson PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Mrs. Johnson's First Grade kiddos have been busy using the Super 3 Steps of PLAN-DO- REVIEW to research about the First Thanks- giving and pilgrims. We were helped out with this project by Mrs. Gudmundson- Instmc- the journey on the views on the PRAS kiddos used the app "Pic Collage" to compare the First Thanksgiving to our Thanksgiving today. Check out our collages on Mrs. Johnson's proj- ects page on the first grade website. Once the planning and lessons were com- plete, we reviewed what we had learned, and dis- tional/Technology Inte- Mayflower, and building ELEM First Grade Web- cussed the things we en- gration Coach. Plymouth Plantation:site. We also used our joyed and the things that We begaii 5y'usin,g'a their life in the new writing abilities to pre' weren t that much fun. graphiU Gr ihi er' t5 ..... 6rld. There "&ere/ls6 tend we were a pilgrim; ........ TO add't0 the ThUg:' write down things we al- several excellent books we wrote a postcard to giving project, we each ready know about thethat we read together First Thanksgiving and finding lots of informa- pilgrims. We also brain- tion within their pages! stormed some questions After gaining infor- that we would like to mation, the kiddos wrote know more about. After some questions to in- our plan was complete, terview a pilgrim. They we began to dig into the got with a partner to research. Scholas- pretend one kiddo was has an awesome an interviewer and the site about the pilgrims, other was a pilgrim. We Mayflower, and Firstused the Puppet Pals Thanksgiving. We were app on our iPads to able to take virtual tours record our interviews. of the Mayflower (ship), You can find the inter- family and friends back made a in England. Our voyage over to the new world was a trip that will not be forgotten so it was easy to find things to write about. After surviving their first winter, building their homes, making friends with the Native Americans, and having a bountiful harvest, it was time to rejoice and give thanks: The first grade "Thankful Turkey". The turkey feathers were made out of our hands. This was where we wrote 10 things we were thankful for. We also got to cre- ate a "talking turkey". Our talking turkeys ac- tually TALK! Editor s Note: John- son is a First Grade Teacher teacher at Park River Area Schools. FARGO, N.D. -- Now is the time to download the Winter Sur- vival Kit smartphone app in addition to gathering a winter survival kit for your vehicles. The Winter Survival Kit app from the North Dakota State Uni- versity Extension Service can help motorists stuck in winter weather. It can be as critical as a physical win- ter survival kit if you find yourself stuck or stranded in severe winter weather conditions, says Bob Bertsch, NDSU Agriculture Com- munication Web technology spe- cialist. The app is available free for Android and lOS systems. "Our app will help you find your current location, call 911, no- tify your friends and family, calcu- late how long you can run your en- gine to keep warm and stay safe from carbon monoxide poisoning," Bertsch says. "You can use the Winter Survival Kit app to store im- portant phone and policy numbers for insurance or roadside assis- tance. You also can designate emer- gency contacts you want to alert when you become stranded." If you become stranded, the Winter Survival Kit app will help you determine your geographic lo- cation and contact emergency serv- ices. The app's gas calculator will help you estimate how long you can run your engine on your remaining fuel. The Winter Survival Kit app will alert you every 30 minutes to remind you to turn offyour vehicle's engine periodically and check the exhaust pipe for snow buildup. These alerts are critical in helping you avoid deadly carbon monoxide poisoning, Bertsch says. The Winter Survival Kit app also provides NDSU Extension Service information on how to put together a physical winter survival kit, prepare your vehicle for winter driving and stay safe when strand- ed in a storm or stuck in snow. The app was developed by Myr- iad Devices, a company founded by students and faculty in the NDSU Electrical and Computer Engineer- ing Department and College of Business. The NDSU Extension Service provided design and content input, and funded the project with a U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agri- culture (NIFA) Smith-Lever Special Needs grant. The Disaster Recovery Journal is another smartphone app developed jointly by the NDSU Extension Service and Myriad Devices with NIFA support. The Disaster Re- covery Journal app lets users record information about home inventory and/or damages as they enter their flooded homes. The app allows them to use text, images and audio. The app also provides Extension in- formation on how to clean or deal .with flood-damaged items. Learn more about the apps at sion/apps. How Lifeline Works To Get You Help Fast If you need help, push your personal help but-tOd, which automatically dials the Lifeline Response Center. Trained Personal Response Associates who have instant access to your pertinent information will contact you immediately to see what help you need. 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