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Dec 21, 2018 - Long John. OR .... FOX 11-TV (Channel 11) will announce the decision of school operations between 6:15-8am. Please ... Zayden Slater.

Wildcat News Gresham Community School

Help Wanted: Substitutes Needed! Bus Drivers, Teachers, Paraprofessionals To be a substitute teacher, you need to have an associates degree, apply for a license on the Wisconsin Department of Instruction website, and participate in training for substitute teachers. To be an aide, you need to be a high school graduate and apply for a license on the Wisconsin Department of Instruction website.

If Interested: Stop at the school office or call 715-787-3211 or go to www.gresham.k12.wi.us​ to get an application.

December

Gresham School District December Breakfast Menu Monday

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3 Ham & Cheese Bagel

4 Breakfast Pizza

5 Long John

6 Apple Bosco Stick

7 Mini Donuts w/ String Cheese

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Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

10 Ham & Cheese Bagel

11 Breakfast Pizza

12 Long John

13 Apple Bosco Stick

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Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

17 Ham & Cheese Bagel

18 Breakfast Pizza

19 Long John

20 Apple Bosco Stick

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Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

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NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

OR Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk 14 Mini Donuts w/ String Cheese OR Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk 21 Mini Donuts w/ String Cheese OR

31 NO SCHOOL

Choice of WG Cereal Graham Crackers Vegetable Selection Fruit & Milk

Breakfast: Paid $.50. Reduced $.15. Lunch: GradesK-5 $2.50; Grades 6-12 $2.70; Reduced $.40; Adults $3.35

FFA Activities For December Christmas is for Caring 2018 Parents and Community Members; We will again be running our Christmas is for Caring campaign this Holiday Season. FFA President, Aurora Arce is teaming up with program coordinator, Michelle Hoffman in hopes of running another successful year. Donations are currently being accepted and can be brought to the school’s front office (checks made payable to Gresham Community School.) Would you like to help but love to shop? There will be a giving tree with mittens and items to be purchased for the families we are helping. The tree will be in the Library, ready to go by the end of November. Watch our facebook page for updates and if you have any questions or would like to help please contact Michelle Hoffman, ​[email protected] Thank you for supporting this wonderful cause and brightening the holidays for families in our community!

Blue and Gold night- Tying blankets at 6-8pm on December 20th. Student Council Activities for December Student Council will be having an Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest, the tentative date is Friday December 21st.

Culture Club Activities for December Culture Club is having a lock-in on December 7th where they will be cooking christmas cookies and watching christmas movies. Culture club members can sign up for a day to bake goods to be sold at sporting events. All profits go to fund our Powwow that we will be hosting this year.

Board GamingClub Activities for December *Reminder* ​Board Game Club meets every Friday after school until 5:00pm

Math Club Activities for December The math club had their first meet on November 28th, 2018.

MS Boys Basketball-​ The 6th, 7th, and 8th graders won their 1st game against Bowler November 6th. On November 8th, they all lost their games against Menominee Indian. On November 8th and 9th, the 8th grade team got 3rd place at the Sacred Heart tournament. High School Boys Basketball​- The Gresham Boys Basketball season is underway with practices and a scrimmage thus far. The team plays it's first games on Friday November 30th at Port Edwards and Saturday December 1st at Algoma. The first home game is Tuesday December 4th versus Rosholt. While the team is young and a bit inexperienced at the varsity level this year, our goal is to compete for a 3rd consecutive conference title this winter. Even though the team is youthful there is still plenty of talent and potential on the team to accomplish that goal. We hope to see lots of fans at our games as we work to build another quality boys basketball team here at Gresham Community School this season. Coach Zobeck

Student of the Month (December) Polite ​

Grade 5-Holly Brady, Grade 4-Cory Matchopatow, Grade 3-Braylee Malueg, Mr. Haffner, Grade 2-Abby Goers, Grade 1-Bailey Bowman, Kindergarden-Evelyn Fillmore

Wellness Dates for Birthday  Celebrations   December 12  December 21 - Holiday Party  January 9th  February 14 -Valentine’s Day  February date to be determined - 100th Day Celebration/Birthday  March 8  April 10  May 8  On these dates, you may bring a birthday treat to school to share with your classmates. We are trying to limit the amount of junk food that comes into our classrooms. If you choose to send a treat or snack, please make it a healthy choice. You may consider sending a non-food treat such as a fun pencil, a bracelet, a book donated to the classroom, or other fun, little trinket. Gresham will be having two, school-approved, classroom parties: ● Holiday Party-December 21, 2018 ● Valentine’s Day Party-February 14, 2018 Again, on these days-please bring healthy food and snacks for your classmates and teachers. 

Winter News Inclement Weather/School Closings When the temperature with WTCH/WOWN Radio Station is below -20​o​F, busses will leave one hour later and schools will start one hour later. When the temperature is recorded at -30​o​F with WTCH/WOWN Radio Stations, school will not be held. Radio stations to listen to… WTCH-960AM, WOWN-99.3FM, WOZZ-93.5FM, and WIXX-101.1FM. FOX 11-TV (Channel 11) will announce the decision of school operations between 6:15-8am. Please do not call the school unless it is an emergency. Recess Information It is that time of year again and winter is here. We wanted to let you know how we will be handling recess time at the elementary level. The school will use the website​ ​www.weather.com​ to monitor current weather conditions and will determine if recess will be outside or inside for the day. If the temperature is below 0​o​F or if the wind chill is -15​o​F, then the students will have indoor recess. Parents please dress your children properly, which means hats, mittens, winter jackets, snow pants, and boots every day. If the weather conditions permit, students will be going outside for recess unless excused with a doctor’s note.

Recess rules for Winter-2018-19 Shoe areas:​ Anywhere there is no snow-if the blacktop is shoveled or plowed Boot areas:​ Playground equipment, Basketball court, wood chips area only ● Soccer field-until snow is over their boots. There is a benefit to being able to play soccer-Fifth graders have different privileges than second graders. They must be playing soccer or they are appropriately dressed for their area. ● If a student wants to walk around the playground, then they should be dressed in snow pants and boots. They can always stay on the blacktop. Snow pants and boots:​ Building Forts, Slides, and grassy area ● We have also been using the saying “If you didn’t build it, you can’t break it” to avoid smashing of forts and snow creations. Snow/snowball/ice chunk throwing or kicking:​ This has always been banned and the consequence for doing it is standing on the wall. Homework club will follow the same rules on the playground, so we are similar school-wide. ​Box tops, and soup labels, and milk

lids- Oh my! We are officially back in business with the collection of Box Tops for Education and Qwik Trip milk caps for Education. However, we will continue to collect milk caps and Box Tops for Education so please ask family members and friends to save these for Gresham School and send them in with your child. Use this sheet on the next page. Thank you.

Wisconsin DOT Excellence in Education Award-​Officer Brown and Mr. Haffner went to Milwaukee to accept an award for Excellence in Education from the Wisconsin DOT. The award was presented to us because of the work of Brenda Hoffman-senior advisor AND Officer Scott Brown do for our graduation. It involves our partnership with the Stockbridge-Munsee Police Department and the Gresham School. We were nominated by Stacy Schreiber of the Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe for our chem-free party efforts AND the fact that seniors do service with the roadside cleanup. The Wisconsin DOT is hoping to put out this information to inspire other communities and other tribes to start doing programs like ours. It is an honor to have gotten this award. Bowler School District received the award, also. There were only eight awards given out that night

Gresham Lions Halloween Party Winners 2018 Most Halloweenish

Scariest

Most Original

Pre-School/Kindergarten Jack Gores

Lincoln Ejnik

Deklyn Miller

Leon Jackson Miller

Kason Winslow

Deklan Huntingtion

Evelyn Filmore

Butch Gorley

Annie Huntingtion

Revel Rosenow

Alice Brei

Maddox Hoffman

Ryan Ejnik

Hailey Ejnik

Addison Madle

Peyton Ejnik

Harper Ejnik

Joylynn Koback

Cecelia Sasylia

Delylah Miller

Eli Gorley

Bently Nelson First/Second Grade Abagail Gores

Mason Pyawasit

Lorelei Lehouillier

John Buck Brady

Blaze Ejnik

Nautika Miller

Hadley Prahl

Maddox Hohensee

Seqouia Kallin

Brock Gorley

Zayden Slater

Aubree Pingel

Rosie Hohensee

Briell Jung Third/Fourth Graders

Mason Wilber

Emilee Brei

Charlie Hoffman

MakaLynn Williams

Joseph Sackatook

Tori Ferguson

Roselynn Rosenow

Antonio Oviedo

Grace Haffner

Fifth/Sixth Graders Kaiden Zaitz

Wyatt Nietzer

Katie Gores

Gabriel Jones

Cody Mehlberg

Holly Brady Ivy Winslow Dallin Winslow

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