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Page 6 March 1st, 2012 Valley News &amp; Views The Laiken and Taylor Column Aliyah Bartels 3rd Grade Student of the Week Good morning! If this is not morning, please put down the paper and read it tomorrow morning. So if it is 11:59, we're good. (OK, so if you are reading this the next morning, you could of just kept reading, it's not as if we could stop you. But if you just kept reading: why didn't you listen to us? Are you trying to say we're not worth listening to?) Anyhow, The kindergarten class is playing sight word basketball! They also are learning about dental health, and other fun topics. The first grade has done the experiment we talked about last week. To review, they put eggs in different types of liquids, such as coke, fruit punch, water, and vinegar. The vinegar's acid took the eggs shell completely offl It looked a little like a boiled egg. The first grade also is ending their dental unit. They are finishing with doing various things with teeth! Games, activities, lessons, etc. The second grade is doing ...... fun stuffl Their teacher, Mrs. Grundstrom, couldn't think of what they were doing exactly on the spot, which happens to a lot of people (do we really make people that Weekly Sudoku Solution On Page 7 nervous? I mean, all we are doing is publicly announcing almost every detail of what they do to every single person who orders The Valley News and Views. Why would they be nervous?) The third grade student of the week is: Aliyah Bartels! You can also, view her picture, if you want. Don't feel pressured to do anything. 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The snowflakes are veryfragile, andifbumpe d even the slightest bit, they fall apart. Which, us sixth graders know very well because last year a few of us had to make new ones because our old ones broke. The sixth grade has been pretty busy! Then again, so has the rest of the school! To start it off, as we mentioned, you might recall from a few weeks ago, the sixth grade is learning how to play guitar. They are working on their E minor and A minor chords. Also, they had an assemNy type thing with the ninth grade about drunk driving. They got to put on "special" goggles and drive these cart type things around cones. And you remember us telling you about the Bomb Squad, don't you? The sixth grade girls traveling basketball team that's co-aping with the girls from the Titans team, which they're going to play with in junior high? They played in a 5 on 5 on Saturday, February Agri-Valley Cenex C-Store 454-6277 Drayton --,---.- If You Can't Find What You're Looking  . . PRE-OWNED ........... G0244A G2015A 25 against Larimore and Park River. They were going to play against Cavalier, but they had to drop out. Here are the scores (our score first): Game one: Us vs. Larimore 23-21 Game two: Larimore vs. Park River (Larimore first) 24-10 Game three: Us vs. Park River 33-14 Special thanks to those who helped referee, worked the score table and clock, and sold tickets! And lastly, we give a word or two (or more) about Reading Month. Sadly, reading month is coming to an end. Throughout the month Mrs. Lee has worked very hard doing activities with the classes, counting up points for each class that guessed the daily trivia, dressed up wearing the color that she selected for each day by making a calendar for the students, and reading logs. And in the middle of all of that busyness, she still was the title one teacher during the day. As you all might know, the class that earns the most points by the end of reading month gets a fun safari party. We will update you all on the class that wins the party next week. And that concludes this week's Laiken and Taylor Column; please join us again next week for more news on what's going on around the elementary school. Drayton Public School Lunch Menu Through Friday March 9th Thursday March 1st Milk Assorted Muffins, Bacon, Beef Stew, Biscuits, Fruit, Fruit, and Milk and Milk Tacos in a Bag, Toppings, Wednesday March7th Fruit, and Milk Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Friday March 2nd Milk Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Chicken Burger, French Milk Fries, Fruit, and Milk Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese, Thursday March 8th Fruit, and Milk Egg bake, Fruit, and Milk Monday March5th Loaded Nachos, Vegetable, Cheese Omelet, Fruit and Fruit, and Milk Milk Friday March 9th BLT Wraps, Toppings, Granola Bars, Yogurt, Fruit, Vegetable, Fruit, and Milk and Milk Tuesday March 6th Tuna Hotdish, Peas, Oatmeal, Raisins, Fruit, and Cornbread, Fruit, and Milk SL Thomas Public School Lunch Menu Through Friday Friday March 9th Thursday March 1st Cheese Omelets Beef Enchiladas, Refried Beans, Tortilla Chips and Salsa Friday March 2nd No School Monday March 5th Cereal Chili, Crackers and Cheese Slices Tuesday March 6th Waffles with Strawberries Chicken Rice Bowls, Egg Rolls, Oriental Vegetables, and Fortune Cookies Wednesday March 7th Pop Tarts Super Nachos, Tortilla Chips, Nacho Cheese, Spanish Rice and Salsa Thursday March 8th Apple Cinnamon Biscuits Ham or Turkey Subs, Hoagie Buns, Cheese Slices and Corn Friday March 9th Scones Cod Fillets, Chips and Peas Breakfast served with toast, bagels, cereal, milk, juice, hard boiled eggs. 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