Good morning everyone! Welcome to November. Tomorrow is election day...Seniors
who are 18 years old...have you voted? Make sure you get your ballots in and get
your voices heard.
It is Monday and that means MS and HS you have your live core classes today! This week is the last week of the first quarter.
To all Military and Civilian Service parents, please be on the lookout in your mailboxes for this year's Impact Aid Survey. They were mailed out Friday and we are requesting they be returned no later than this Friday the 6th. You may mail it back in
the enclosed envelope or drop off at any of our school sites. If you do not receive
one in the mail and you believe you should have, please contact Donna Bailey at the
District Office (360) 678-2403 and another will be sent. Thank you for your timeliness
in getting these turned back into us!
Remember HS students....you heard Mrs. Saia...Our first buying opportunity for the
HS yearbook is NOW! Get your check made out to CHS for $55 into the office today!
Please write student name and yearbook in the memo line. Please watch your email
for more information!
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
What do you call a calculator that works instantly?
Words of Wisdom...
Good morning, Coupeville Middle & High School. This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
You have probably heard about climbing the ladder to success. Luis
Nogales is an exceptional climber. He climbed his way up from the crop
fields to the president's office of United Press International, a news service.
His climb was made easier because of his love of learning —something he
inherited from his father, a migrant farm worker who traveled from field to
field with a small library of books.
Luis Nogales has traveled the world, and here's what he said about his
As I traveled and worked with people from different countries,
I am even more convinced that this is the greatest society in
the world today for people to better themselves and achieve.
We are fortunate to live in a country that offers so many opportunities to so
many people. Today, take a moment to be grateful for the opportunities you
have in America to educate yourself and to achieve your goals.
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great
day . . . or not. The choice is yours.