Good morning everybody it is Friday and that means it's live core class
day for both middle school and the high school.
I want to take a minute to thank everybody for all of your work in this
unofficial first half of the school year because I know it's been tough.
Online learning is not what any of us wanted to do, but it's what we had to do. We have all sacrificed to keep each other safe, and we all should recognize the work that has gone in to the first half of this crazy school year.
As some of you may know guidelines for schools are changing to allow
us to have students back on campus. I want you all to know that I and
the team at Coupeville middle and high school is working very hard to
determine what plan is best for the education and safety of our
students, staff and community.
We will return to online learning on January 4th. Then, slowly and if case
numbers allow, we will begin the long process of phases students back.
So please, do what you can to help us keep those numbers low. Wear a
mask, distance, and limit your contact! We miss you and can’t wait to
get you back on campus!
We had our ugly sweater contest and wow it was fun to see everyone
So a contest always has a winner and the winners are.....
Well me. Because I got to see you all dressed so ridiculously.
Take a look.
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
Who is Santa’s favorite singer?
Words of Wisdom...
This is Mr, Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
Benito Juarez, a 19th-century lawyer and statesman in Mexico said:
Respect for another's rights IS peace.
Peace on Earth means more than just peace between nations; it means peace between individuals like you and me. Each time we respect someone else's right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, we create a little more peace in the world.
So, as you move through this holiday season, ask yourself: Am I respecting the rights of others? Am I respecting their right to enjoy a peace-filled holiday? Remember, peace on Earth begins with you.
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.