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April 28, 2016 Page 9

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Blue Jay

Student newspaper of
Rock Port R-II Schools.
600 S. Nebraska Street
Rock Port, MO 64482
Layout/Editors:
Dayle Davis & Chloe
Sierks.
Adviser:
Amy Skillen. Staff:
Montana
Martin,
Jackie Bradley, Hannah Miller, Jade Lemmon,
Catyn Chamberlain, Payton
Schomburg, Kaleigh Farmer,
McKenna Barnhart, Erika
Dietze.

Senior 2016

Middle Name: William


Future plans: Undecided,
but interested in nuclear
operations.
Favorite Food: Cheeseburger soup
Favorite Band: Beach Boys
What do you do in your free
time: Video Games
Most embarrassing moment:
I got locked in the locker room under
the gym with the lights off,
and a construction worker
had to let me out. I was late
to class.
Advice to underclassmen: Have your own
opinions, and try not to be
mainstream.
Biggest high school
accomplishment: I have won the award for highest math grade every year.

Prom will
be Saturday,
April 30th.
Promenade
starts at
7:00.

What is one thing you will miss after graduation?: Ill miss football.
By Jade Lemmon

By Chloe Sierks

Prom season brings many


different feelings and emotions for students at Rock
Port High School. For girls
the feeling is mainly anxiety as they begin to make all
of the preparations needed
to make prom night absolutely perfect. A common
preparation for prom, that
sometimes starts as early as
February, is indoor tanning.
Indoor tanning often bears
the brunt of criticism because of the risk of developing skin cancer due to tanning beds. But how much
of this criticism is actually
a threat to indoor tanners?
Millions of people throughout the country use tanning beds to have a kissed
by the sun look, or to increase their level of vitamin D, which is produced
when skin is exposed to
ultraviolet light found in
tanning beds and the sun.
Many dermatologists and
health organizations will ar-

gue against the claims from


tanning bed manufacturers
that indoor tanning boosts
your mood, relieves joint pain
and even makes your skin
look younger. But is there
some truth to the claims?
Although some of the
claims may in fact be true,
they dont reduce the severe risks that come with
using tanning beds for an
unhealthy amount of time.
According to the American
Academy of Dermatology,
using an indoor tanning bed
before the age of 35 can increase your chance of developing melanoma, which
is the deadliest form of skin
cancer, by 59%. Women
younger than 30 who use
tanning beds are six times
more likely to develop skin
cancer. But all indoor tanning bed users know that
there is a slight chance of
developing skin cancer. It is
probably the number one reason that these users receive
criticism from the public.

Why wait for summer

However, there are more


negative side effects to indoor
tanning besides the risk of
cancer. Studies have shown
that exposure to UV radiation during indoor tanning
damages the DNA in the skin
cells. Excessive exposure can
lead to premature skin aging,
immune suppression, and
eye damage, including cataracts and ocular melanoma.
This obviously isnt saying
that every individual who
uses an indoor tanning bed is
going to develop skin cancer,
or even see the other side effects. These side effects, however, should not be dismissed
and indoor tanning should be
used with caution and care.
It is suggested that you wait
36-48 hours between tanning
sessions to allow your tan
to develop and to decrease
the amount of UV exposure.
Once you have developed a
tan, you should not continue to tan every day, but instead, once or twice a week.

....a beach beautiful tan Agricultural


ROCK PORT
R-II SCHOOL
DISTRICT
Residential
is just a spray
away!
Available every day, breakfast includes:
Breakfast entre or choice of cereals with toast
Fruit
100% Fruit Juice
Milk choices

A Perfect 10 Salon

Mon

Tue

Fruit & we
Veggie
Barbecome
& Milk Choices
Mon in post frame
Tue
Thanks to all of our many customers
have
one of the areas leaders
Additional
Dailyand
Choices:
Unlimited fruits
vegetaconstruction. Utilizing 30 plus
years
in
the
building
business.
King
City
Lumber
has
the
Schoolin
the
Street
bles and choice
of milk are
Uncrustable
Smuckers
included
with
lunch meal to fit your needs. Jerk
capability to construct almost
any
sizethebuilding
Regardless
of its use,
Chicken Flatbread
Dutch
waffle
everyday.
4 Boldly seasoned
King City Lumber assures
a well designed, quality, long-lasting
building.
chicken 5

402 S. Main -

A.served
Frenchon
Toast
a warm

A. Egg & Cheese

Sticks and topped with


Taco Roll
Friendly Service &B.flatbread
Locally
Choices A Owned!!!
B. Cereal Choices
aCereal
tangy coleslaw
and Toastfavorite
and Toast
Rock Port, MO
Caribbean
Juice
Choices
Juice Choices
in your
lunch line.

Each student is required to


have 1/2 cup of fruits or vegetables on their tray.

660-744-2121
KING
CITY

209Sliced
East
PutnamMixed Fruit
Pears
Milk Choices
Choices
King
City,
MO Milk
4
5
A. Chicken
Fajitas
A. Home-style White
(660)
535-4337
11B. Pork Fritter
12 Bean Chicken Chili
SandwichPizza
and&Crackers
Fax
(660)
535-6215
A.
Breakfast
A. Egg
Cheese
Learn more about this months Selection
B.Biscuit
Corn Dog
B. Cereal Choices
Sandwich
LUMBERFruit
onCO.
the poster in the dining area or at:
Black
Beans
and Toast
B. Cereal Choices
and Juice Since
Available
Everywww.kingcitylumber.com
Day
1969
eow-o
Look for the Farmers Market Logo
on this months menu for the featured Farmers Market selection.

Start your day off right

http://server.lunchtimesolutions.com:81/farmersmarket.pdf

Breakfast is Good for Everyone!


Start
your Entre
day the healthy
way!Available
Whole grains
and
Other
Choices
Daily:

Why wait for summer

protein get you going and help you do well in class.

C. Sub/Salad/Sandwich
Entres
Come join
us!!

....a beach beautiful tan


is just a spray away!
M-W
T-Th
F

Sub Sandwich Choice


Entree Salad Choice
Sandwich Choice

Choices vary. See menu board for details.

rty
a
P
n
a
T
Spray

D. Deli Wrap Entres

E. Vegetarian Entres

M Combo Deli
T Fajita Chicken
W Turkey Deli
Th Ham Deli
F Grilled Chicken

M-W Vegetarian Salad


T -Th Fruit, Yogurt &
Cheese Plate
F
Cottage Cheese
Fruit Plate

Bring 5 Friends &


the Host Tans FREE!
Breakfast Meal Prices & Extras

A Perfect 10 Salon

All E. include roll or breadsticks

Elementary Student Breakfast


$1.40
Adult Breakfast
$1.75
Extra Breakfast Entre
$1.10
Extra
Cereal
$0.95
MS/HS
Lunch
$2.10 Extra Entre
Extra
Toast
$0.25
Adult
Lunch
$2.80
Extra Milk
Extra Milk
$0.45

Lunch Meal Prices & Extras

402 S. Main -

$1.65
$0.45

Rock Port, MO

Menus
are subject
to change without notice.
Questions
or Comments?
Debbie Farr , Food Service Director, at
816-390-3510 or debbie@lunchtimesolutions.com

660-744-2121

Kansas City, Mo.


Middle Name: Angel
Favorite Movie: The
Breakfast Club

Favorite thing to do: Read

and draw.

Favorite teacher: Ms.

Heitman

Favorite book: Flowers in

the Attic

What will you miss


about high school?

Performing at half time


during football games and
participating in marching
band competitions.

What is your most embarrassing moment?

My junior year in P.E., we were learning how to swing dance. Mr.


Shineman wanted to demonstrate a flip so I was his partner. Long
story short, I almost kicked him in the head.
Advice to Underclassmen: Take advantage of every opportunity
that comes along, because I guarantee that you wont get those opportunities once you leave high school. Also make as many memories
as you can here in high school.
What is your favorite memory from high school?

My freshman year hoops routine. It was my first homecoming routine


and I was so excited. The best part was hearing the crowd cheer.
That was the feeling that kept me motivated to try out for the next
year.
By Dayle Davis

Juice Choices
Pineapple
Milk Choices

Golden
Corn
and Toast
Frosted
Cinnamon Roll
Juice
Choices
Applesauce
Milk Choices

11
A. Cheeseburger
18B. Orange Chicken
A. Pancakes
over Ricewith
Syrup
B.Green
CerealBeans
Choices
and Toast
Juice Choices
Mixed Fruit
Milk Choices

12
A. Super Nachos
19B. Baked Fish &
A. Sausage
Gravy
Cheese Sandwich
over Biscuit
B.Refried
CerealBeans
Choices
and ToastBread Stick
Cinnamon
Juice Choices
Pineapple
Milk Choices

18
25A. Home-style
Cheeseburger
A. Breakfast
Sliders
B. Cereal
Soup Choices
and Dinner
and
RollToast
Juice
Choices
B. Crispy
Chicken
Sliced
Pears
Sandwich
Milk Choices
Peas

19
26A. Soft Shell Tacos
Hot Long
Ham John
& Cheese
A.B.Iced
B. Cereal
Choices
Sandwich
and Toast
Juice
Choices
Golden
Corn
Mixed
FruitCookie
Carnival
Milk Choices

Wed

Thu

Fri

LUNCH MENU - APRIL 2016


Wed

Thu

1
A. Fresh Baked
Cinnamon Roll
B. Cereal Choices
and Toast
Fri
Juice Choices
Sliced Peaches
Milk
Choices
1
A. Pizza
B. Toasted Ham &
8 Cheese Sandwich
Tomato
A. and
Fresh
BakedSoup
Cinnamon Roll
Mixed
Vegetables
B. Cereal
Choices
and Toast
Juice Choices
Applesauce
Milk Choices
8
A. Pizza
B.
15 Taco Burger
A. Fresh Baked
Peas
Cinnamon Roll
B. Cereal Choices
and Toast
Juice Choices
Sliced Pears
Milk Choices

Wednesday April, 27 - 4th Grade Field Trip; Area 1 FFA Banquet Savannah; Girls
6
7
Golf Meeting
8th hour; Golf at Maryville Tournament 9 am; Grace Scholarship
A. Sausage Gravy
A. Breakfast Pizza
over Biscuit
B. Cereal Choices
Interviews-Board
Room 10:30 am
B. Cereal Choices
and Toast
and Toast
Juice Choices
Thursday,
April,
28 - 4th Grade Field Trip; All State Solo/Small Ens Contest-MU;
Juice
Choices
Sliced Peaches
Pineapple
Milk Choices
Golf at Savannah- 9 am; JH Track at Worth County- 3 pm; FFA parent/member
Milk Choices
6
7
A. Turkey
& Gravy
A. Home-style
banquet,
6:30
pm.
and
Dinner
Roll
13
14Spaghetti with
B.Friday
Crispy Chicken
Meat
Sauce
and grade Coffee House Poetry- 9 am; HS Panther Relays at
A.
Yogurt
with April, A.29Pancake
Sausage
3rd
Nuggets
Bread
Goldfish and
Grahams
Stick Stick
Roll
B.
Crispy/Spicy
B. Dinner
CerealMound
Choices
B.
Cereal
Choices
City-Chicken
4 pm
Sandwich
and Toast
and Toast
Mashed
Potatoes with
Juice
Choices
Juice Choices
Saturday
April,
Fresh
Mixed 30
Fruit - Jr./Senior Prom, Promanade @ 7 p.m./ 8 p.m. dance
Gravy Orange
Milk Choices
Milk Choices
Green
Beans
Monday May,142- Auxiliary Auditions
8th hour; FFA Blood Drive 3-7 pm; Conference
13
15
A. ItalianGolf
Dunkers at Tarkio,
A. Home-style
Tater
A. Pizza
noon.
20 with Marinara
21Hot Dish and
22 Cowboy Beans
B.
A. Sauce
Ultimate Breakfast
A. Dinner
Breakfast
A. over
Fresh
Baked
RollPizza
Biscuit
3V/JH
Meet at Mound City
Round
B.Hot
Cereal
Choices 275 Conference
Cinnamon Roll
B.Tuesday
BBQ
Rib SandwichMay,
B.
Dog
B. Cereal Choices
and Toast
B.
Cereal
Choices
Golden Corn
and Toast
Juice Choices
and
Toast at Savannah; School Nurses Day
Wednesday
May,
4District
Golf
Candied
Carrots
Mixed
Vegetables
ROCK
PORT R-II Juice
SCHOOL
DISTRICT
Juice Choices
Applesauce
Choices
REAKFAST ENU
Apple Wedges
Milk Choices

Chocolate Chip Cookie


Milk Choices

Sliced Peaches
Milk Choices

WednesdayBreakfast
Thursday
Choices Friday
Available every day, breakfast includes:

20
A. Breaded Beef
27
Patty and Dinner
A. Breakfast
Pizza
B. Cereal
Roll Choices
and Toast
B. Crispy
Chicken
Juice
Choices
Nuggets
and
Pineapple
Dinner Roll
Milk
Choices
Mashed
Potatoes with
Gravy

22
21
A.
28Home-style
29
Breakfast
entre or choice A.
of Sloppy
cerealsJoe
with toast
B.
Ranch
A.Chicken
Egg & Cheese
A. Pizza
Fresh Baked
Fruit
Biscuit
Sandwich
Cinnamon Roll
Pasta
and
Bread
100%
FruitChoices
Juice
B.Stick
Cereal
B. Cereal
Choices
BBQ
Beans
and
ToastDogs
andCookie
Toast
Sugar
B. Mini
Corn
Milk
choices
Juice Choices
Juice Choices
Sliced Beans
Peaches
Green
Additional
Daily Choices:Applesauce
Milk Choices
Milk Choices

ROCK PORT HIGH SCHOOL

Fruit
Uncrustable
Smuckers
& Veggie
Bar & Milk Choices
Dutchfruits
waffle
Unlimited
and vegeta29
28 choice of milk are
27
26
25
bles and
Questions,
Comments - Contact
Debbie Farr at 816-390-3510 or debbie@lunchtimesolutions.com
A. Home-style
Beef meal A. Pizza
A. Schoolin' the
A. Buffalo Chicken
A. Home-style
included
with the lunch
B. Taquito Grande
Goulash
and
Streets:
Jerk
Pasta
and
Dinner
Chicken
Stew
over
Applications for Free and Reduced price meal are available in all building everyday.
offices
Bread Stick
Chicken Flatbread
Roll
Baked is an equal opportunity
ThisFresh
institution
provider and employer.
Peas
B. Grilled Chicken
B. Pork Fritter
B. Hot Dog
Biscuit
Each student
is required to
Sandwich
Sandwich
B. Cheeseburger
have 1/2 cup of fruits or vegGolden Corn
etables
on their
Green
Beanstray.
Baked Beans
Chocolate Chip Cookie
Mixed Vegetables
Sugar Cookie

Applications for Free and Reduced Price meals are available in the school office.
Menus are subject to change without notice.

Where were you born?:

BREAKFAST MENU - APRIL 2016

Garages
y
Bring
5
Friends
&Shops & Storage
t
r
a
CHOOL
P
n
a
R
OCK
P
ORT
H
IGH
S
T
the Host Tans FREE!
Commercial
Spray
Breakfast Choices

Freshman pole vaulter Jentry Freemyer soars over the bar


during Rock Port Relays. Rock Port Relays were held in
Maryville, Mo., at NWMSU this year due to the resurfacing
of the track in Rock Port. This was Jentrys first time pole
vaulting at a track meet, but she has been to Just Vault in
Kansas City to get help with it and practice it. Jentrys favorite thing about pole vault is the satisfaction she gets when
making it over the bar. Jentry got 3rd at the track meet with
a jump of 7. Photo and caption by Erika Dietze.

Senior 2016

Indoor Tanning: Worth the risk?

Up and Over

Blue Jay Corner

This Institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Look for the Farmers Market Logo


on this months menu for the featured Farmers Market selection.

Fruit and Juice Available Every Day

Start
your
daythis
off right
Learn
more
about
months Selection
on the poster in the dining area or at:

Monday
Mon

Tuesday
Tue

2
A. French Toast
Sticks
B. Cereal Choices
and Toast

3
A. Sausage Gravy
over Biscuit
B. Cereal Choices
and Toast

Juice Choices
Pineapple
Milk Choices
Mon

Juice Choices
Applesauce
Milk Choices
Tue

29
A.A.Chicken
PancakeFajitas
Sausage
B. Corn
StickDog
B. Cereal Choices
Refried
and Beans
Toast
Juice Choices
Mixed Fruit
Milk Choices
16
9
A. Sausage Gravy
A. Home-style Lasagna
over Biscuit
B.B.Cheeseburger
Cereal Choices
and Toast

Baked
Juice French
ChoicesFries

310
A.
A. Beef
Breakfast
Pizza
Stroganoff
B. Crispy
CerealChicken
Choices
B.
and
Toast
Nuggets
Juice Choices
Green
Beans
Pineapple
Frosted
Cinnamon Roll
Milk Choices
17
10
A. Waffles with
A. Southwest
Syrup
Bake
B.Enchilada
Cereal Choices
B. Crispy
Chicken
and Toast
Nuggets
Juice Choices
Steamed Carrots

Wednesday
Wed

4
A. Ultimate Breakfast
Round
B. Cereal Choices
and Toast

- MAY
Thu

5
A. Breakfast Pizza
B. Cereal Choices
and Toast

LUNCH MENU - MAY


Juice Choices
Fresh Orange
Milk Choices
Wed

Juice Choices
Mixed Fruit
Milk Choices

Thu

411
A. Chicken
Oatmeal&with
A.
Noodles
Topping
BarRoll
and
Dinner
B. Baked
Cereal Breaded
Choices
B.
and Toast
Beef
Fingers and
Dinner Roll
Juice Choices
Apple Wedges
Mashed
Potatoes with
Milk Choices
Gravy

512
Egg & Cheese
A. Spaghetti
with
BiscuitSauce
Sandwic
Meat
an
B. Bread
CerealStick
Choices
Toast
B. and
Crispy/Spicy
Chicken Sandw
Juice Choices
Applesauce
Peas
Milk Choices
Gelatin
Dessert

18
11A. Breakfast Pizza
A.B.Home-style
Cajun
Cereal Choices
Chicken
Penne
and Toast
and Dinner Roll
B.Juice
Italian
Dunkers
Choices
with Marinara
Pineapple

19
12 Fresh Baked
A.
A. Cinnamon
Home-styleRoll
BB
B. Cereal
Choices
Pork Sandwich
B. and
Hot Toast
Dog
Juice
Choices
BBQ Beans
Applesauce