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Page 8 November 28th 2013 ........ ~ ~!i¸ iii Valley News and Views Welcome back to the Laiken and Taylor Column! This week we are going to tell you a little bit more about the Extended School Program. The Extended School Program is a time when kids from grades Kindergarten through sixth grade stay at the school past the regular school day hours and continue to learn. There are two sessions on their daily basis; a morning and an after school program. Kids may choose to come to both or just whatever works for their family. Usually the after school program has a very large amount of kids and is much larger than in the mornings. The morning sessions held Tuesday through Friday are from 7:15-8:15 and then the kids go down and have breakfast in the cafeteria once they are finished. The after school sessions are Monday through Thursday. They start the afternoon out with snacks and then get to do things such as recreation, group learning activity, and homework and individual free time. Parents are able to pick up whenever convenient up until 5:30. The kids get to do special projects throughout the year for the Extended School Program such as the new Lego Project, and are hoping to go on field trips later in the year if possible! For the Lego Project the kids pair up in groups of twos and then do their best to interpret the picture example instructions to build their Lego. The instructions usually just have a couple of steps where they put the parts together. They end up making all kinds of cool gadgets; for example one day they made a Lego that could turn like a fan, and another day they made a piece that spins after you crank it like a top. The kids enjoy the program and all we've heard is good things about it. Thanks for all of the teachers and staff that have been involved in making it a success. If you are interested or want to volunteer you can contact Rachel Lee at 701-454-3324 or email her at Rachel.D.Lee@sendit.nodak. edu Thanks for reading our column, go ahead and email us at laikentaylor.column@ and we hope you have a great week! Petersen ttorney November FinJshin Up for the Season Specials More Savings? Look for Our Specia~ Coupons in this newsapaper. General Practice of Law Emphasizing: Estates and Elder Law Planning, Wills and Trusts, Business Organizations and Services, Agricultural Law, Personal and Farm Tax Services. 112 North Main Street - RO. Box 216 Drayton, ND 58225 Phone (70i)454-3515 Retirement Storewide savings on guns, aroma, books, knives, reloading lpplies AND fixtures, un racks, book racks nd shelving, display cases and signage. Ice Awareness for Hunters State Game and Fish encouraged to consider Department officials are early ice conditions before cautioning hunters to be traveling onto and across wary of where they hunt, NorthDakotalakes. as late-season weather is Keep inmind: freezing North Dakota's • Avoid cracks, pressure small and mid-sized waters, ridges, slushy or giving the appearance of safe darker areas that foot travel, signal thinner ice. The Nancy Boldt, department same goes for ice that boat and water safety forms around partially coordinator, said hunters submerged trees, brush, should be cautious of embankments or other walking on frozen stock structures• ponds, sloughs, creeks and rivers• • Ice thickness is not consistent and can Ice thickness is not vary significantly even consistent, Boldt said, as in a small area. Ice it can vary significantly within a few inches• Hunters shouldn't be judged walking the edge of a cattail by appearance alone. slough will not find the same Anglers should drill test ice thickness in the middle• holes as they make their way out on the lake, "The edges firm up faster and an ice chisel should than the center," she added• be used to check ice the ice might seem like it is thickness Wialle moving around. strong enough, but it may not be anywhere near solid Daily temperature enough once you progress changes cause ice to away from the shoreline." expand and contract, And in the case of snowfall, affecting its strength• Boldt cautions hunters to be The following aware of snow-covered ice. minimums are Snow insulates ice, inhibiting recommended for solid ice formation, and travel on clear-blue lake makes it difficult to check ice formed under ideal thickness. Snow also hides conditions• However, cracked, weak and open early in the winter it's water areas, a good idea to double Winter anglers are also these figures to be safe: and Anglers 4 inches for a group walking single file; 6 inches for a snowmobile or all-terrain vehicle; 8-12 inches for an automobile; and 12-15 inches for a pickup/ truck. These tips could help save a life: Wear a personal flotation device and carry a cell phone. • Carry ice picks or a set of screwdrivers to pull yourself back on the ice if you fall through. If someone breaks through the ice, call 911 immediately. Rescue attempts should employ a long pole, board, rope, blanket or snowmobile suit. Ifthat'snotpossible, throw the victim a life jacket, empty water jug or other buoyant object. Go to the victim as a last resort, but do this by forming a human chain where rescuers lie on the ice with each person holding the feet of the person in front. • To treat hypothermia, replace wet clothing with dry clothing and immediately transport victim to a hospital• Earl the Penguin Continued From Page 1 We thought Earl would too, but he's still hanging round, offering plastic replicas of the beet in the form of Christmas decorations, at an 12 Packs of Coke Products ;7.00 PLAY the North Dakota Lottery HERE! $100 For a Good One Now Doing Psychic Readings for Your Plants, Pets and VCRs. Swami Earl - 701-360-3005 DO RCALENDAR COM OUT O S. enormous price. He also seems to be paying special attention to peoples' grocery shopping habits. A word to the wise. Pay no attention to his "I'll Work for Sardines," sign. Earl does not eat sardines. He's somehow trying to manipulate a ribeye steak from you. Also, beware of his fortune telling schemes. 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