Daily Announcements for October 5, 2023

Good Morning Gresham Wildcats

Today is Thursday, October 5, 2023

Today is a B Day

Announcement for today include:

***Happy Birthday to Aniston 

***Lunch for today is:  Grilled Cheese Sandwich / Tomato Soup

                        or Bacon Cheeseburger on a Bun 

***Breakfast for Friday is: Breakfast Burrito  or Choice of Cereal 

***Lunch for Friday: Pepperoni Pizza or Chicken Quesadilla

***MS Volleyball (H) vs. Marion @ 4:00 PM (Parents Night)

***HS Volleyball (A)  vs. Tri-County @ 5:30 PM

***MS & HS Cross Country (A) at Weyauwega-Fremont @ 4:15 PM

***HS Soccer (H) vs. Newman Catholic @4:30 PM

***There will be musical practice tomorrow  during 9th hour.

***Student Council is selling  tickets to the Homecoming Dance during lunch. Today will be the last day if you still need a ticket you can come to the Office. 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. 

***Student Council dress up days are here! Show your

   Wildcat pride as we celebrate Homecoming this week!
   Friday: Color Wars! (9th grade-pink, 10th grade- green, 11th grade- orange, 12th grade- purple, staff-yellow, middle/elementary: wear the color of the grade you want to support!)

***Anyone who is dressed up for homecoming meet in the cafeteria at 3 today.

***FFA Blue & Gold Night is tomorrow, Friday, October 6th, 2023 @ 6:30 PM-8 PM.
All FFA members make sure you are there to plan the Haunted Barn on Oct. 14th!

***Here are a few words of wisdom:
The word diversity comes from the Latin word diversus, and it's interesting
because it literally means "turned in different directions."
Henry David Thoreau, great American writer, puts it this way:
        If a man does not keep pace with his companions . . . . 
        perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer.
       Let him step to the music he hears, however
       measured or far.
Thoreau is reminding you to be yourself . . . . to be the absolutely
unrepeatable, totally original, awesome individual only YOU can be.
Shakespeare said it another way:
                      To thine own self be true.
So as you move through the halls today, each one moving in his or her
own unique direction, think about the fact that on this planet of six billion
human beings, only you can be you.

***With something to think about, Make it a great day . . or not.  The choice is yours.