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Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Kimberley Ready
Wednesday, June 03, 2020

Good Morning Gresham Wildcats,

Today is Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Announcements for today include:

**Happy Birthday to Carlos 

**Under classmen:  Do NOT Turn in Chrome Books
until further notice!! 

**Just a heads up all homework needs to be turned
in by (TOMORROW) Thursday, June 4th  (Except Chrome Books).
If unable to come during school hours
Please call  the school (715-787-3211) and make arrangements 
or use the drop off mail box.

**Gresham will still be  delivering Free breakfast/lunch during the summer

Please call the school if you wish to continue these meals Thank You!!

 You can call the school @ 715-787-3211 EX. 800.

2020 Daily Holidays that fall on June 3, include:

  • Chimborazo Day 
  • Global Running Day - June 3, 2020 (First Wednesday in June)
  • Jefferson Davis Birthday - (Local Observance in the State of Florida)
  • National Egg Day 
  • National Running Day - June 3, 2020 (First Wednesday in June)
  • National Tailors Day - June 3, 2020 (First Wednesday in June)
  • Repeat Day (I Said "Repeat Day") 
  • World Clubfoot Day 

2020 Weekly Holidays that include June 3, are:

  • Black Single Parents Week - May 28 - June 3
  • Hemp History Week - June 1-7, 2020
  • National CPR and AED Awareness Week - June 1-7

**Here are a few words of wisdom:     
We've talked before about fear, and how unnecessary fear can stop us
from realizing our goals and dreams. We've also talked about how fear is
sometimes a red flag warning us that danger is near. After all, there are
some things we should be afraid of: using illegal drugs, breaking the law,
or walking across a freeway. Unfortunately, many young people aren't 
afraid when they ought to be.
Now listen to these African words of wisdom: 
           It's on the path you do not fear
           that the wild beast catches you.
This summer, if you find yourself walking fearlessly down a dangerous 
path, maybe you should ask yourself if there are consequences you should 
be afraid of.Recognizing eh dangers beforehand may save you from  
making a big mistake. In fact, it could save your life. This summer, be 
smart and be safe.

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