Daily Announcements for February  2, 2024

Good Morning Gresham Wildcats

Today is Friday, February 2, 2024

Today is a B Day

Announcement for today include:

***Happy Birthday to Carol , & Riley 

***Happy Birthday on Saturday Sha'rae ,  Lorelei  and  Cody  

***Happy Birthday on Sunday to Dawson , &  Damien 

***Lunch for today is: Meatball w/mashed potatoes & gravy or Cheese Pizza

*** Breakfast on  Monday is: Long John or Choice of Cereal

***Lunch for Monday is: Hot Dog or Ham Deli Sandwich

***HS Boys basketball (A) vs. Bowler @ 5:45 PM

***Any 4th-8th grade boys basketball players with parent work sign up forms please bring to Mr. Zobeck right away this morning.

***The 4/5th and 6th grade boys basketball teams will be playing in a tournament tomorrow Saturday February 3rd at home starting at 11:30 am if you are looking for something to do tomorrow.  Good luck boys!

***The Lady Wildcats beat Bowler 67-57. The Lady Wildcats were led by:

Madolyn  19pts, Lexi  18pts and  Jocelyn 13 pts. The Lady Wildcats are 14-4 overall

 and 6-0 in conference.

Next opponent is -  Niagara on Tuesday night.

***Congratulations to Maddie she scored her 1000 point in the game last night.

***Mrs. Cerveny and Mr. Bosman are starting up a Running club for high schoolers.  Students will meet in Mrs Cerveny's room at 3:30PM.  We will be running after school on M, W, and F from 3:30-4:00 and doing weight room after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:00. Running club will go until March 4th, when track starts, then it will resume again in the summer.  

*** Any FFA members interested in participating in the Hoard's Dairyman national Cow Judging contest please see Mr. Zobeck to pick up the information.  Prizes will be awarded.  Deadline to turn them in is Thursday March 14th.

***Here are a few words of wisdom:

Former President Ronald Reagan once said:

               There can be no greater good than the quest for peace

                and no finer purpose than the preservation of freedom.

As a young person, you can contribute to world peace by questing after 

inner peace. You can start to notice what makes you angry, what makes you afraid, what causes you to judge others. You can talk to someone you

trust, such as a teacher or a counselor, a minister  or a rabbi, and discover 

ways to let go of your anger and prejudice and fear.

You can also contribute to the preservation of freedom by preserving you 

own freedom. Instead of making choices that imprison you . . . like the

choice to be dishonest, or to take drugs, or to be hateful . . . you can make

choices that ensure your freedom to be everything you are capable of

being. You can choose to be an honest and an educated human being.

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

     The choice is yours.