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— Mon., Oct. 5 - Ham and cheese croissant, pineapple/pear cup, pickle spear, baked chips.Breakfast - Biscuit and sausage.

Tues., Oct. 6 - Frito pie, tossed salad, corn, shredded cheese, cinnamon puff.Breakfast - Pancake.

Wed., Oct. 7 - Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, green beans, gravy, roll.Breakfast - Texas toast and jelly.

Thurs., Oct. 8 - Enchiladas, refried beans, Mexican corn, tortilla chips. Breakfast - Egg rolls.

Fri., Oct. 9 - Pizza, salad, fruit, cookie.Breakfast - Biscuit and gravy.

Salad bar and ala carte offered in junior high and high school. Milk served with all meals. All breakfasts are $1. Elementary and upper elementary lunches are $1.50; junior high and senior high lunches are $1.75.

GARFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS Breakfast Grades K-5 Mon., Oct. 5 - Cereal, cake donut, fruit juice, milk. Tues., Oct. 6 - Pizza, cereal, toast with jelly, orange juice, milk. Wed., Oct. 7 - Cereal, toaster pastries, French toast sticks, syrup, juice, milk. Thurs., Oct. 8 - Pizza, cereal, super donut, grape juice, milk. Fri., Oct. 9 - Cereal, chocolate graham bears, sausage biscuit, juice, milk.

Kindergarten Lunch Mon., Oct. 5 - Fish, French fries, peas and carrots, fruit cup, milk. Snack: Apple delight. Tues., Oct. 6 - Macaroni and cheese, green beans, side salad, gelatin cubes, milk. Snack: Apple wedges. Wed., Oct. 7 - Hot dog on a bun, cucumbers, fruit cup, milk. Snack: Chips. Thurs., Oct. 8 - Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, mixed vegetables, roll, fruit cup, milk. Snack: Graham crackers.

Fri., Oct. 9 - Pizza, corn, fruit cup, milk. Snack: Graham crackers.

Lunch Grades 1-5

Mon., Oct. 5 - Fish, French fries, peas and carrots, fruit cup, milk. Choice No. 2: Pepperoni pizza hot pocket.

Tues., Oct. 6 - Macaroni and cheese, roll, green beans, side salad, gelatin cubes, apple wedges, milk. Choice No. 2: Chef salad with smoked turkey.

Wed., Oct. 7 - Deli turkey wrap, pork and beans, cucumbers, fruit cup, chips, ranch, milk. Choice No. 2: Hot dog on a bun.

Thurs., Oct. 8 - Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, mixed vegetables, roll, grapes, milk. Choice No. 2: Roast beef on wheat.

Fri., Oct. 9 - Pizza, broccoli-pineapple salad, corn on the cob, bananas, milk. Choice No. 2: Charburger. SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SENIORS

Deadline, Scholarships, grants and financial aid, criteria Oct. 5: United States SenateYouth Program, HS junior or senior leader Oct. 6: AES Engineers Scholarship, essay contest Oct. 15: USA Rice Federation National Rice Month Scholarship Program promotional activity Oct. 31: Coca-Cola Scholars Program minimum junior GPA 3.0 Nov. 2: Elks Lodge local, state and national scholarships, submit to Elks Lodge #1987 by 8 p.m. Dec. 1: Arkansas State University Academic Scholarships, admission applicant/22 ACT Dec. 1: University of Arkansas Air Force ROTC Air Force career Dec. 15: AXA Equitable Scholarship Program Personal Achievement Jan. 9: John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage essay contest Understanding of Political Courage Feb.1: American Cancer Society College Scholarship Program, young cancer survivors Feb. 15: AFA Teens for Alzheimer's Awareness College Scholarship, essay contest March 16: Arkansas Public Health Association Scholarships, public health career April 1: AAA/State Farm Scholar-Athlete Program, scholar-athletes June 1: Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship, Arkansas HS graduates Various: 10 Suggestions for putting together an excellent application Various: American Cancer Society Scholarship Program, cancer survivor Various: Arkansas Public Health Association Scholarships, public health field Various: Federal grants, academic and need Various: Federal Student Aid FAFSA financial aid Various: Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for new Americans Various:Tassel Time, various opportunities Editor's note:The information was submitted by the Pea Ridge High School counselor Randi Jo Kelso. For more information, contact Kelso at 451-8182. NEWS FOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS

ACT - Test: Oct. 24 (Registration Deadline: Sept. 18)

ACT - Test: Dec. 12 (Registration Deadline: Nov. 6)

SAT - Test: Oct. 10 (Registration Deadline: Sept. 9)

SAT - Test: Nov. 7 (Registration Deadline: Oct. 1)

SAT - Test: Dec. 5 (Registration Deadline: Nov. 7)

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

• Questbridge National Match Program 9/30/2009 Up to 40,000 High Achieving, low income students www.questbridge. org

• Wendy's High School Heisman 10/1/2009 Male and female Seniors with a "B" average and participating in at least one school sponsored sport. Online app. www.wendysheisman.com

• AES Consultants Scholarship 10/6/2009 $500 Any field of study, Senior - award based on character as reflected in your essay. Info in Career Center

• Senior Scholarship Showcase - Fine Arts in theFour States 0/16/2009 (2) 500 Sr.Vocalist or instrumentalist- submit tape or CD with 2 songs- country or folk, rock, musical Theatre, classical art/opera or jazz. Appl. In Career Center - contacts jsaket@yahoo.com or gsw2000@ckt.net

• 2009 Horatio AlgerScholarship 10/30/2009 $2,500-$20,000 *financial need, extra curricular involvement, Min. 2.0 GPA online appl. www.horatioalger. org/scholarships

• Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Scholarship 10/31/2009 $10 - $20,000 *min. 3.0 GPA at of JR year www.coca-colascholars.org

• Prudential Community Award 11/2/2009 $1,000 Cash prize, trip to Washington, D.C., honoring young people in middle and high school for outstanding volunteering. Website www.prudential. com/spirit

• Voice of Democracy Competition 11/1/2009 Top - $30,000 *audio-essay competition www.vfw.org

• Ron Brown Scholar Program 11/1/2009 $10,000 African American High School Students Online app. www. ronbrown.org

• Sallie Mae Fund Scholarships www.thesalliemaefund.org/scholarships ARTISTS OF THE WEEK

Two Pea Ridge Intermediate School students were named national finalists for "Artists of the Week" on the Artsonia National Online Art Gallery.

Romeo Torres, fourth grade, and Kaitlyn Henry, third grade, were both honored for their renditions of the American flag. Torres was honored in the grades fourth-through-sixthgrade division with Henry honored in the first-throughthird-grade division. SCHOOL NEWS

Garfield fundraiser

GARFIELD - Garfield Elementary School will be holding a chili supper fundraiser at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2, in the NEBCO Community Room. Tickets are $5 each for anyone 5 and older. Entertainment will be provided by the Shady Grove Bluegrass and raffle tickets will be sold for $1 each or 6 for $5.

Middle School PTO

The next Middle School PTO meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, in the Middle School Cafeteria.

Marching contests

The Pea Ridge High School band will attend three contests: the Three State Invitational Marching Contest in Huntsville. Saturday, Oct. 10; Elkins Invitational Marching Contest in Elkins Tuesday, Oct. 13; and Region I Marching Assessment at Rogers High School Tuesday, Oct. 20.

Drinks for music

Students at Pea Ridge Primary School will have new musical instruments thanks to Sonic.

Sonic has pledged to spend over half a million dollars to fund teacher inspired projects through a website called donorschoose.org. Sonic is currently placing stickers on all their cups. Inside each sticker is a code whereby votes can be cast for a favorite school project on their website limeadesforlearning.com.

April Smith, music teacher at Pea Ridge, is currently the only teacher in the district who has any projects listed on the website. She said she just learned that the program has provided the funds to buy the new elementary four glockenspiels (about a 500 dollar cost).

Saved stickers may be sent to school with students, dropped off at the school or people can go online and enter the codes themselves. To find the projects, search by subject: music and then by location: state: Ark.

School, Pages 7 on 09/30/2009

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