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Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.
Good morning and welcome to another new week! We have made it to the last week in May!
We have AP Calculus testing taking place this morning in the library. Teachers please check Ms. Beck's email for rosters. If you are a calculus student, please report to the library immediately!
Also Seniors come to the office as soon as possible to check if you have any fees! These need to be taken care of before graduation!
Remember to bring your Chromebook and charger everyday. AND...Remember our health protocols are in place to keep you all safe and you are required to comply with them at all times when you are on campus.
Attention all current high school and 8th grade students! The Coupeville Goes Global group has postponed the Greece and Italy tour until NEXT June 2022! That's a bummer for those who have been patiently waiting for the trip of a lifetime, but it's GREAT news for anyone who wants to join the tour!
If you are interested in finding out more, there will be a student interest presentation at the beginning of EVERY PERIOD on Tuesday (that's tomorrow), and a parent meeting by Google Meet on Wednesday evening at 6:30. Watch your email for a Google Meet invite to the student interest presentations that will run every period, and have your parents watch their email for a message about Wednesday's meeting. Contact Mrs. Saia for more information. Hope to see you there!
Attention girls interested in joining Girl Scouts, please refer to the flyer included with these announcements for information on how to join! This is not a district sponsored event but is a great way to be involved in the community!
Attention students 17 years old and older, the Washington State Parks are hiring for the summer! Please come to the office for more information or read these announcements on your email for a contact number. This is also a non-district sponsored opportunity.
The Park Aide position performs groundskeeping, janitorial and visitor service duties. Applicants must be 17 or older and have a driver's license.
For information and application go to governmentjobs.com and search Park Aide, Central Whidbey.
If interested, please contact us at 360-678-4519 or stop by at the Ft. Casey Ranger Station.
We hope to fill positions ASAP
Attention all CMS students, the Writing & Art Society is excited to release their very first issue of HOWL magazine! The goal of the magazine is to showcase and celebrate student creativity. This issue highlights student photography, short story, creative writing, & original artwork from all three grade levels, as well as an exclusive interview with Mr. McVey about his life as a beekeeper. Be sure to open your digital copy via email and take a look! The Writing & Art Society's last meeting of the year is Friday, June 11th, at 1pm. Email Ms. Greve with info on how to join the meeting and chat about plans for next year!
CMS Students reserve your yearbook now! Go to the website included in these announcements, or bring a $25 check made out to CMS Yearbook. Include the student name and the word "yearbook" in the subject line. Deliver to the middle/high school office. There are 130 CMS Yearbooks available, so be sure to reserve your copy.
Any questions - contact Mrs. Dix
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
I've had amnesia....
....for as long as I can remember
Words of Wisdom...
This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
Helen Gahagan Douglas lived a very busy life. She was an author, lecturer, actress, concert singer, and a U.S. Congresswoman. Nothing seemed to keep her from expressing her many talents.
Now listen to what she had to say:
If one lets fear or hate or anger take possession of the mind, they become selflmader chains.
In other words, Ms. Douglas is saying that a mind filled with fear, hate, or anger is a mind that is chained ... enslaved . . . imprisoned.
The French say:
They are not free who drag their chains after them.
There is no freedom when your mind is dragging around chains of hate, anger, or fear. You can free yourself with a little love and courage. If you need help, talk to a parent, teacher, or counselor. You can break the chains, and, like someone once said: "Free your mind and the rest will follow.'
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.