Friday, December 4, 2020


Good morning everyone! Happy Friday - middle and high school students should go to their live CORE classes today. I am in a classroom today...boy. I do miss regular school. I know my boys miss regular school. Staying motivated with distance learning is tough...Lets all be focused on the future and envision that day when school can be normal again!


If any of you 6 or 7th grade students are a little down because of not having any electives, Art Club President Madelaine Hahn invites you to join our new art club. Meetings are held every Wednesday from 2:00-3:00PM. If you wish to join, email Ms. Bigelow for an invitation. This club is just for fun and social time together. Our club motto is “when you mess something up turn it into something even better”.


Mrs. Dix is looking for middle school students to join Coupeville Middle School’s Yearbook elective. It starts on December 8th and meets on Tuesday & Thursday from 1-2 pm. If you are interested in joining this elective, please email Mrs. Dix by Friday, 12/4, so that you can be placed on the class list. Then watch for an invitation to the CMS Yearbook Google Classroom.


You have been asking...and the Daily Announcement Daily Question Daily Prize will be back next week! I had a parent with a 3d printer make some Among Us stuff...and you can win it starting next week! Pay attention to announcements!


CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:

This one is courtesy to Orion -- Why did king Arthur have so many Google Meets...

He liked to be on “cam” a lot.



Words of Wisdom...

This is name of narrator with a few words of wisdom.


Anybody notice how greedy we human beings can be? It's interesting that greed and hunger are synonymous. In other words, they have a similar meaning. So the question is: What are we human beings so hungry for?


Lao-tzu (pronounced la OUT zu), ancient Chinese teacher, said:


"There is no greater disaster than greed."


The Japanese say it this way:


"He who knows not when he has enough, is poor."


So here are some words of wisdom for those with a dangerous appetite: The fastest way to heal greed is with gratitude. When we count our blessings . . . when we focus on what we have instead of what we don't have . . . gratitude replaces greed.


With something to think about, this is name of narrator . Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.

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