Monday, November 30th, 2020

Good Monday morning everyone! I hope all of you had a great break and holiday. I think I had too much to eat so I am just going to stay here on the couch today. I

hope you had a chance to rest and relax, and you are ready for the sprint to winter break!

MS and HS students you are in your live core classes today.

Attention students and parents, as of today for the safety of students and staff, the

MS and HS buildings are closed. This week, we will have someone in the office from

approximately 9:00-2:00 to assist in material pickup. We will adjust hours next week

as needed.

One other change starting today is that the recording of daily attendance will

change...Skyward WILL be making calls for all live classes that you missed. Live

classes are an extremely important part of distance learning, and we need you

there! If you feel you were marked absent incorrectly and you get a call...please

contact Mrs. Ford.

Students, parents and guardians, if you would like to meet with any teachers about

progress so far this school year, please reach out via email and schedule an

individual appointment. As always, we want to support you all in every way we can,

and communication is key.

CMHS Dad Joke of the Day: (Thank you to Riley White for this one!)

What state has the smallest drinks? Mini-soda! (Get it? Minnesota?)

It is time for our Words of Wisdom. Every night, I record these announcements and

my two sons watch and listen. Today and tomorrow, I am going to let them share

some words with you. Today, I would like to introduce you to Calvin. Calvin...what do

you have to say?

Words of Wisdom...

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

Some people say that wisdom comes with age, and that's usually true. As we grow older, we learn from our experiences and gain a little wisdom, but American author Robert Fulghum says that there is wisdom in a kindergarten classroom.

Remember what you learned in kindergarten? Mr. Fulghum reminds us. You learned to:

• share everything. • play fair. • not hit people. • put things back where you found them. • say you're sorry when you hurt someone. • hold hands and stick together. • follow the Golden Rule.

Whether we are in kindergarten or in college, these are some pretty wise rules to follow, don't you think?

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

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