November 10th, 2020


Good morning everyone! It is Tuesday. HS students, you have your live elective

classes today.


This week we celebrate Veterans' Day tomorrow. We have no school tomorrow in honor of our veterans..


You received an email about it...our Virtual Spirit Week is this week! As always, these

dress up days are optional but we are offering students the opportunity to have a

little fun. Families are welcome to join in the fun too!


You can post your pictures to Facebook or Instagram or send them to Ms. Beck and

she will post them for you! On Facebook find us at Coupeville Middle School or

Coupeville High School or on Instagram at CoupevilleWolves.


Today is TRAVEL & TACKY TOURIST TUESDAY November 10: Post a picture from

your favorite trip or send a picture of yourself dressed up in your tackiest tourist

outfit. Its why I am dressed like this!


WE LOVE OUR VETERANS WEDNESDAY November 11: Post a picture of your favorite

Veteran or Veterans or dress up in Red, White or Blue to show your support for our

military and country!

TEAM & TOO CUTE THURSDAY November 12: Dress up in your favorite college or

Pro team OR take a picture of your pet(s) and post it.

FAN DAY FRIDAY November 13: Sport your Wolves Spirit. Dress in school colors or

school shirts!


And Since we don’t have school tomorrow...allow me to announce early...here is your

Seattle Seahawk Highlight of the Week!


Well I looked for a highlight from the Seahawks but couldn’t find one so I put that

great highlight in instead. Go Saints!


CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:

I heard that by law you need to turn on your headlights when it’s raining in Sweden.

Sounds good...but how am I supposed to know when it’s raining in Sweden?



Words of Wisdom...


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


Did you know that during World War 11,100,000 Japanese-Americans here in the United States were forced to leave their homes and move into prisons that were called detention camps? When she was a young girl, Yoshiko Uchida and her family lived in a horse stall at a racetrack for five months before moving to a permanent camp.


When Ms. Uchida left the detention camp, she had every reason to be bitter and angry, but instead she left determined to do something good in the world. She wrote wonderful books for young people which always contained a message of hope and perseverance.


Now listen to these words of wisdom from an unknown source:


"Real leaders are ordinary people with extraordinary determination."


Yoshiko Uchida was an ordinary person with extraordinary determination to make something good out of a bad situation. Today, look for a place in your life where you can turn a negative into positive determination.


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

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