Daily Announcements for September 26, 2023

Good Morning Gresham Wildcats

Today is Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Today is a B Day

Announcement for today include:

***Lunch for today is: Soft Tacos or Yogurt Pak with Pretzel Bites

***Breakfast for Wednesday is: Blueberry Loaf or Choice of Cereal

***Lunch for Wednesday is: Crispy Chicken Sandwich or Beef & Broccoli Stir Fry

***School Pictures are TODAY

***MS Soccer (A) vs. Tri-County @ 4:30 PM

***MS Volleyball is (H) vs. White Lake @ 4:00 PM

***HS Varsity Volleyball (A) vs. Bowler @ 6:00 PM

***MS & HS Cross Country (A) vs.  Merrill @ 4:45 PM

***Student Council will be selling tickets to the Homecoming Dance during lunch beginning on Wednesday, September 27th, through Thursday, October 5th.    All 8th-12th grade students who wish to attend the dance must buy a $5 ticket ahead of time-no exceptions. Students will not be admitted to the dance without a pre-ordered ticket. The dance will be from 8-11 on October 7th, with 8th graders invited from 8-9:30pm only. Once students enter the dance, they will not be allowed to return if they leave early. Forms are available in the office to bring a guest from another school and these must be approved by Mrs. Hansen ahead of time. Please see Mrs. Brockman or Mrs. Hanssen with any questions.

***There will be a Student Council meeting in Mrs. Brockman's room during 7th hour 

on Friday. We will be finalizing all Homecoming plans so ALL members must attend. 

***There will be The Great Bear Run again this year for students

     up to 8th grade. The Great Bear Run is on October 3.


1) Any 6th-12th students interested in joining FFA yet please 

    see Mr. Zobeck. Dues are $20.

2) Any FFA members interested in attending the World Dairy Expo in Madison  
on October 4th please see Mr. Zobeck for more information and for permission slips.

***Any HS FFA members planning to attend World Dairy expo next Wednesday please plan to meet in Mr. Zobeck’s classroom at 12:20 pm for a short meeting.

***Here are a few words of wisdom:

Ever noticed that the hardest thing about a school project is getting

started? Two thousand, five hundred years ago, Lao-tzu(la-OUT-zu).,

ancient Chinese master, said:

    A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.

Five hundred years later, Horace, a Latin poet, said it this way:

   He who has begun has half done. Dare to be wise; begin!

Great minds think alike! So remember, if you are having a difficult time

starting a project-at school or at home-the first step is usually the

hardest. Just do it!

***With something to think about, Make it a great day . . or not. 

    The choice is yours.