Daily Bulletin

Clark Elementary Bulletin for Friday, January 17, 2020

GREETINGS AND SALUTATIONS! Good morning, Clark Elementary...it's FRIDAY! Today is January 17, 2020, it's a Day 1, and it's the 91st day of school.

THIS DAY IN HISTORY! On this day in 1706, Benjamin Franklin was born in Boston, Massachusetts. As the fifteenth of seventeen children, Franklin had little formal education, but he was an avid reader and writer. He was responsible for a variety of inventions or discoveries such as the Pennsylvania Fireplace (Franklin Stove), bifocal glasses, and the lightning rod.

WORD OF THE DAY The word of the day is panache , which is a noun that means a flamboyant confidence of style or manner.

LUNCH For lunch today, we will be devouring a scrumptious hot ham and cheese, crunchy chips, fruits and veggies, and gulping down a carton of refreshing, ice-cold milk.

WEATHER The weather today will be, in a word, crummy. The high will be in the thirties and there is an excellent chance of freezing rain and snow throughout the day.

QUOTE OF THE DAY “If you boil it down, just because someone else does the wrong thing we are not exempt from doing what’s right (E.A. Bucchianeri).” You are in control and responsible for just one person...yourself. Choose to make this a splendiferous Friday! Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

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