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MR. REEVE'S MORNING MESSAGE - FRIDAY,  JUNE 12
MR. REEVE'S MORNING MESSAGE - FRIDAY, JUNE 12
Brian Reeve
Friday, June 12, 2020

June 12, 2020

Good morning Greenville Middle School!  

Today I would like to point out Mr. Hash’s Spartan STRONG Virtual Classroom for Week 11.  Mr. Hash started these boards with the idea of the importance that we continue to be Spartan STRONG no matter where we are. He has been posting a weekly board with different ways to demonstrate the STRONG traits. You can find the boards on the district website under the middle school page. Here is a link to this week's  GMS Virtual Classroom.

The theme of the Classroom is Grow Together.  There are many great lessons in the classroom this week.  With summer almost here setting goals to do something different is important.  Click on the template and create yourself a S.M.A.R.T. Goal for the summer.  Make sure to take a virtual tour around the classroom today!

Make it a Spartan STRONG day by Taking Action of your learning.  With a couple of days to go in the school year, it is important for you to make sure if you have some Working Towards (W) as a grade that you redo and resubmit the assignment. If you have any Incompletes (I) please complete and submit them. Please reach out to your teachers if you have any questions. If you have all Completes (C), great job!  Keep up the great work!

Have a great day and weekend!

Mr. Reeve


Morning Message:    

National Flag Day:  A Symbol of Unity

For over 50 years, Americans have celebrated June 14th as National Flag Day. Listen to what famous American author Henry Ward Beecher says about our flag:

A thoughtful mind, when it sees a Nation’s flag, sees not the flag only, but the Nation itself.

The flag symbolizes our history as a nation.  The thirteen stripes represent the original colonies. The stars represent each of the states. But the flag itself represents far more than just that. It also represents the positive values that our forefathers used to establish our nation:  courage, civility, and respect for human dignity. 

Today, strive to put those same values into action.  Next time you look at the flag, remember that our nation is made up of people, people just like you and me. If every person were to practice just one special act of courage, civility, or respect, imagine what a positive impact that would have on the nation as a whole.  You and I are the nation.  Together, we can make it a better place to live and to work. 

With something to think about, this is Mr. Reeve reminding you to Be Kind, Be Responsible, Be The Best You Can Be. The choice is yours. Have a great day!

 Helping Students Make Wiser Choices Project Wisdom®