November 17th, 2020


Good morning everyone! We are moving on to Tuesday! HS students, you have your live elective classes today.


For all the athletes out there...In accordance with the new state guidelines issued by Governor Inslee, all indoor sporting activities are canceled until December 14th. Outdoor activities will continue with pods of 10 student-athletes wearing masks at all times. After conferring with other Island Athletic Directors, this will be the guidelines all schools on the Island will follow until further notice.


With the likelihood of another significant wind storm tomorrow, I wanted to clarify

what will happen in the event of a power outage during the school day.


If our district, or significant parts of our district, lose power during the instructional

day we will wait until word from PSE about restoration times before deciding on

canceling school.


Once that decision has been made, I will do my best to get word out to all

stakeholders as quickly as possible. This can prove to be difficult as Friday we lost

internet at the same time we lost power.


We will try to get word out through email, Facebook and an automated call if we

cancel. Please understand there may be a brief delay in notification.


When school is canceled, we understand that schoolwork cannot be completed

online. Due dates and instructional activities will be adjusted accordingly.


CMHS Dad Joke of the Day: (Thank you to Mrs. Phay and Sofia Phay for this one!)







Words of Wisdom...

This is Mr Kappes with a few words of wisdom.

The following is a true story:

Once upon a time there was a family —a husband, a wife, and their two children. They lived in a small house with only one bedroom. They loved each other and took care of each other, and though it was crowded, they thought they were very rich because their house was filled with love.


One day the children grew up and married and had children of their own. Every winter holiday, they returned to the small, one-bedroom cottage. At bedtime, the one bed, the overstuffed chair, and the sofa were full. Even the floors were filled with sleeping bags. But the family loved each other and they thought they were very, very rich.


Why on earth did they think they were rich? After all, they lived in such a tiny little house. They thought they were rich, because they were wise enough to understand this old


German proverb:

Love can turn a cottage into a golden palace. Today, remember that love is what makes a person truly wealthy. With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.

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