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Week of May 1-4

TUESDAY, May 1 - Chicken wraps with lettuce, cheese, salsa, corn, pineapple, bread slice, milk variety.

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WEDNESDAY, May 2 - Cook's choice -- mashed potatoes, butter, carrots, peaches, bread slice, milk variety.

THURSDAY, May 3 - Corn dog, fries, baked beans, pears, fruit snacks, bread slice, milk variety.

FRIDAY, May 4 - Spaghetti and meatballs, garlic breadsticks, Romaine lettuce with ham, cheese, croutons, tropical mixed fruit, bread slice, milk variety.

Scholarships available

These scholarships available in the high school office:

Northwest Minnesota Women's Fund Scholarship: Senior students who plan on attending a public high education institution in the region. Deadline: May 1.

Betty Parker Scholarship for the Performing Arts: Seniors who have been a theatrical performer while at Blackduck High School and shown a capacity of leadership. Deadline: May 4.

AMVETS Scholarship: Senior students who plan on attending a technical college or university. Deadline: May 4.

Debbie & Janet Foundation Scholarship: Seniors graduating from Blackduck High School. Deadline is May 4.

James J. Wychor Scholarship: Seniors who desire to seek an eventual career in electronic media or broadcasting. Deadline is June 30.

Scholarships available

The Blackduck Dollars for Scholars chapter is once again offering scholarships to our local high school seniors. Information is available in the high school office.

Completed applications must be return to Tami Nendick by 4:30 p.m. May 3.

Preschool screening

Blackduck Public School is sponsoring a health and developmental screening for preschool children.

Early childhood screening is a simple, careful check for vision, hearing, developmental level, speech and language, health history and immunization review for young children.

This year's screening will be offered to children who were 3 years old by Nov. 1, 2011.

Participation in the screening is mandatory before entering kindergarten and is at no cost to the parents.

Parents concerned about the health and development of their child are encouraged to call the school about arranging a screening. This screening program is not a substitute for ongoing health care from a physician or other health provider.

The screening is held at the Evangelical Free Church in Blackduck May 3. Call Lori at 835-5300 for an appointment or if you have any questions.

Community Ed

30 Hour Classroom Drivers Ed will be held June 11-15, 18-22. The fee is $120.

Summer Basketball Camp will be held June 25-28 for third-ninth grade students. The cost is $45.

Call Blackduck Community Ed for complete details at 835-5241.

Northome

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Week of April 30-May 4

MONDAY, April 30 - Corn dog on a bun, baked beans, orange wedges, milk.

TUESDAY, May 1 - Pizza, veggies, sandwich, apple, milk.

WEDNESDAY, May 2 - Hoagie, chips, juice, bar, milk.

THURSDAY, May 3 - Nuggets, mashed potatoes, green beans, sandwich, peaches, milk.

FRIDAY, May - Pancakes, sausage, eggs, applesauce, juice, milk.

Kelliher

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Week of April 30-May 4

MONDAY, April 30 - Chili, cheese slice, crackers, cinnamon roll, applesauce, milk.

TUESDAY, May 1 - Chef salad with the works, French bread, apple, milk.

WEDNESDAY, May 2 - Pizza, green ceans, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, peaches, milk.

THURSDAY, May 3 - Chicken patty on a bun, peas, hashbrowns, applesauce, milk.

FRIDAY, May 4 - Pork gravy over mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll, cherry dump cake, milk.

Preschool screening

The Kelliher School in cooperation with the Beltrami County Nursing Service, Head Stmi and Learning Readiness, Will offer an Early Childhood Screening May 8 at the Old School Center. This screening is for children that are 4 years of age prior to Jan. 1, 2013.

Any child entering a Minnesota public school (before the age of 7) is mandated to have pmiicipated in some kind of early childhood screening or a comparable screening from your doctor. You must provide proof of screening when you register for Kindergarten.

The screening should take about two hours and-the following components will be offered: vision, hearing, speech and developmental screenings, physical examination including lab tests if needed.

To save time at the screening, please bring your child's immunization records and health insurance information.

Head Start and Learning Readiness staff will be available during this screening to take applications.

For more infonnation or to make an appointment please call Colleen Hillman, during the week of April 30-May 4, at Kelliher School at 647-8286 ext. 1108.

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