Friday, December 11, 2020

Good morning everyone and thank goodness it is Friday! Middle and high school students, you have live core classes today.

We have one week and one day to go! You can make it! Our last day of school before break is one week from today!

Some traditions can NOT be changed not even by a global pandemic! Ugly Sweater Day is coming - next week! Start planning now! The uglier - the better! There will be grade level winners! Send your picture by Wednesday, December 16th. Voting will occur on December 17th. All pictures must be sent to Cheyenne Beck at!

And we have a DADQDP winner from yesterday! The question was who was quoted in our Words of Wisdom, the answer was Ben Franklin and the winner is....Ian Sylvester! Ian I will be in touch later about your prize!

CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:

Words of Wisdom...

This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.

There's an old story about two stonecutters. When asked what they were doing, the first stonecutter replied, "I'm cutting this stone into blocks." When asked the same question, the second stonecutter replied, "I'm building a great cathedral."

So much depends on our attitude toward life. Our entire view of the world can change in an instant with a simple change in our thinking. For example: If your attitude toward school is negative, guess what? Your experience of school will likely be negative. If you see school as an opportunity to learn and grow and meet great people, guess what? You will probably be happy with the experience of going to school.

Someone wise once said:

All happiness is in the mind. *

It's simple, but true. Today, notice your attitude toward the world around you.

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

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