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Page 8 May 3rd, 2012 Valley News & Views Laiken and Ta) I 00olumn This week we have some pretty exciting stuff. Or at least, we think so. Sit back, read, and enjoy. The kindergarten class is learning about money! We know how much fun money is, and I think that every parent would agree: kids love money. The first graders have been doing a lot of work this week, for example: they're learning about the thirteen colonies! It was a classmate Alden's birthday on Thursday, April 26. We usually don't mention birthdays unless we get a cupcake or cookie, but I guess we're willing to mention it today. (I guess we're feeling extra generous.) The second graders are ready to perform their Stone Soup play! We know that was fun when we were in second grade, and we can't wait to see it! The Spor00 GurU's Drayton Public School Lunch Menu Sports Stats by Nathan Aufenkamp DHS Golf Team Starts Season The Drayton Golf team Schumacher make up the has enjoyed a dry spring in boys team and Junior Baylie 2012 and has been practicing Karboviak is the lone female since the last week of March. on the squad. Only 3 boys and 1 girl are Four players are needed participating the season, for a team score so only Seniors Kelton Karboviak individual scores will be and Austin Lambert along listed this season. with Sophomore Grant Through Monday Friday May llth Thursday May 3rd Chicken Strips, Macaroni ...... := E x - T w i n Granola Bars, Yogurt, Fruit, and Cheese, Fruit, and Milk  Philip Humber and Milk Wednesday May 9th of the White Tacos, Toppings, Fruit, and Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Sox threw Milk Milk The third grade did improved in their NWEA MLB's 21st Mothers' Day projects, but testing scores, so the staff perfect game Friday May4th BBQ/Bun, Vegetables, Fruit, we can't tell what they are rewarded them with ice on Saturday. Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and and Milk because some third graders' cream sundaes and the Humber had the second Milk Thursday May 10th mothers might be reading! fourth fifth and sixth graders fewest wins (11) and starts Pizza, Vegetables, Fruit, and Egg and Cheese Muffin, They are also celebrating watched movie. (29) before throwingaperfect Milk Fruit, and Milk Cinco de Mayo (May fifth) so It seems as though the game, Charlie Robertson in Monday May7th Chili Crispitos, Toppings, 1922 was on his 4th start and they are having a fiesta and teachers always forget 2nd win. Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Fruit, and Milk bringing Mexican food for it. what they've been doing The fifth graders are throughout theweekonceit's California punter Bryan Milk Friday May 1 lth making fish out of tie-dyed time for us to ask them about Anger was selected by the Tatortot Hotdish, Buns, Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and coffee filters. They also got it. They claim they have bad Jacksonville Jaguars as the Vegetables, Fruit, and Milk Milk to watch the movie "Dolphin memories, or maybe they 70th overall pick in the NFL Tuesday May 8th Corn Dogs, Vegetables, Fruit, Tale" with the fourth and just don't want to talk to us! draft this week. Making him the highest punter to be Egg Bake, Fruit, and Milk and Milk sixth graders. They did say they were pretty The sixth graders read forgetful teachers. Wink, taken since1995. Salad Bar Served Daily over 300 chapter books wink. We're talking to you, The last 13 majors in during the year so they get to Mrs. GrundstromI (We're just golf have been won by 13 St, Thomas Public School Lunch Menu have a themed all day party kidding, even if the teachers different golfers. on Friday, May 4th. The sixth were forgetful; they're so Through Friday Monday Friday May llth graders are also helping awesome they'd make up for "This baked ham is really Thursday May 3rd Meatballs, Mashed Potatoes, the new third grade girl, it.) delicious," the priest teased Cheese Omelets Gravy and Peas Winstina Blessing Bettz by That's all for this week the rabbi. "You really ought reading with her and doing folks, we'll see you again next to try it. I know it's against' Super Nachos, Refried Beans Wednesday May 9th some schoolwork with her. week. (Well I guess we wont your religion, but I can't and Salsa Pop Tarts She is learning English pretty really SEE you next week, but understand why such a Friday May 4th Spaghetti, Meat Sauce, Bread quickly! you know what we're talking wonderful food should be Scones Sticks and Carrots The whole elementary about.) forbidden! You don't know what you're missing. You Pepperoni Pizza, Sun Chips Thursday May l0th just haven't lived until you've and Corn Cheese Omelets tried Mrs. Hall's prized Monday May 7th Taco In a Bag, Doritos, Salsa BOYS Schumacher Karboviak Lambert Grafton 94 103 100 Lakota 87 94 99 Park River 93 105 Langdon 88 103 105 Treat Yourself To Our May Monthly Specials r I:O Specialize in Graduation 00edding Cakes leering Your idea '11 Create the Cake of Your Orearns! Located in our New Location Grand Cities Mall North Entrance E'N Grand Forks % GIRLS Karboviak Lakota 64 [9 holes] Park River 64 [9 holes] Larimore 125 The Picnic A Jewish Rabbi and a Catholic Priest met at the town's annual 4th of July picnic. Old friends, they began their usual banter. Virginia Baked Ham. Tell me, Cereal and Refried Beans Rabbi, when are you going to Popcorn Chicken, Smiley Friday May 1 lth break down and try it?" 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