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Page 8 November 10th, 2011 i i: i rq School and Rec eatdon i Valley News & Views The Laiken and Taylor Column Drayton Elementary News and More Welcome back to the Laiken and Taylor Column! I hope you enjoyed last week's column. Obviously you must have, or else you wouldn't be reading it again. Anyway, back on topic. Let's start with the youngest. The Kindergarten class is working on colors. Not surprisingly, they all love math. We remember kindergarten math, counting cheerios and chocolate chip cookies, yum! The first grade is doing a program called "deskersize." It involves moving around your desk with various patterns and exercises. Ms. Johnson slipped to us that there is a hand washing and baseball deskersize. The second grade class is doing a candy contest; the students get to guess the number of candy in the jar for good behavior and neat handwriting. Their teacher, Mrs. Grundstrom, revealed to Laiken and Taylor (us) that it could possibly be candy corn. Interview with Kasey Stegman, third grader, about the science experiment on Friday, November 4, 2011. Laiken & Taylor: "What do you predict you are going to do?" Kasey: "I only know it has something to do with heat, so I predict we will see how solids turn to liquids, because we're studying matter." L&T: "Does the class in general like science?" K: "Yes, most of us do." L&T: "Why do you think Mrs. Kraft (the third grade teacher) kept the experiment you are doing a secret?" K: "Because she wanted it to be a surprise." L&T: "Thank you for your time." More about the science experiment next week. The fourth grade is doing a project. It is called "Flat Stanley." It is something we (the sixth graders) did in fourth grade. It is where the fourth graders writes letters to one fourth grade class in each of the fifty states. Only a couple people responded to us when we did it, but it was at the end of the year. We have something to confess. Last week we told you who was on the fourth through sixth grade basketball team, but we forgot to mention their awesome coach! Ms. Pollestad is coaching them, as well as being kindergarten through fourth grade Physical Education teacher. The boys had their first home game on Tuesday, November first, and lost 13-46 against the Park River Aggies. They had a jamboree on Saturday, played two games, and lost both. Good try boys, you'll get 'em next time! So this ends the Laiken andTaylorElementary Column, week two. Good- bye people of Jupiter, Venus, Mars, and Earth! Drayton Public School Lunch Menu Through Friday November 18th Thursday November 10th Cereal, Yogurt Juice, and Milk Taco Salad, Toppings, Fruit, and Milk Friday November 1 lth No School - Veterans Day Monday November 14th Funnel Cakes, Yogurt, Fruit and Milk Chicken Nuggets, Peas, Fruit November Fall Specials Winter Hours 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thanks for the Great Harvest! and Milk Tuesday November 15th Cereal, Yogurt, Juice and Milk Turkey, Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Bun; .... Fruit and Milk Wednesday November 16th Egg Muffin, Fruit and Milk Cheeseburger Macaroni, Vegetable, Fruit and Milk Thursday November 17th Cereal, Yogurt, Fruit and Milk Chicken Fajitas with Toppings, Vegetable, Fruit and Milk Friday November 18th Waffles, Sausage, Fruit and Milk Pizza, Corn, Fruit and Milk St. Thomas School N rues Students of the Quarter and Honor Studentf Dr 1st Quarter 2011-2012 St. Thomas Public School Lunch Menu Through Friday November 18th Thursday November 10th Handfuls Meatballs, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy and Green Beans Friday November 1 lth No SchoolVeterans Day Monday November 14th Cereal Spaghetti, Meat Sauce, Bread Sticks and Carrots Tuesday November 15th Cheese Omelets Chicken Supreme with Gravy, Peas and Yogurt Wednesday November 16th Pop Tarts Taco Grinders, Hoagie Buns, Tortilla Chips, and Refried Beans Thursday November 17th Scones Pork Roast, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy and Corn Friday November 18th Rolls International Day The following students academics, citizenship and have been selected as the positive attitude towards students of the 1st Quarter, school, facultyand students. ofthe2011-2012schoolyear, Junior High Students of atthe St. Thomas School. the quarter are; Janessa Student of the Quarter Hermann, daugther of selection is based on Tom and Brenda Hermann time and effort put into and Noah Heuchert, son Janessa Hermann St. Thomas Junior High Student of the Quarter St. Thomas students named to the 1st Quarter Honor Rolls are as follows: HONOR ROLL (3.50-4.00) 7th Grade Noah Heuchert 3.86 8th Grade Karly Kennelly 3.61 9th Grade Nicholis Young 3.73 Emma Papenfuss 3.67 Karl Tucker 3.50 10th Grade Eli Hartje 3.50 11 th Grade Lexie Lee 3.95 Sam Heuchert 3.89 Nicole Christinson 3.78 Melissa Fritz 3.78 Christian Lunde 3.78 SUGAR RIVER : " 2 lb. 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