Good morning everyone! It is Election Tuesday. Today is Election Day...Seniors who are 18 years old...have you voted? Make sure you vote today to get your voices heard. As you see, I am still here filling out my ballot. Gotta make sure I get it right! I am glad to see our staff members coming and going to the voting booth!
It is Tuesday and that means HS you have your live elective classes today!
Remember students, your teachers are here to support you! If you can’t make their
office hours, email them and make an appointment! We want to help as we move
through this difficult time! You have support, I promise!
To all Military and Civilian Service parents, you should have received an Impact Aid
Survey in the mail by now. 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!
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 your yearbook surveys!
The DADQDP is back! Watch your emails about these very announcements! I hope
you were paying attention!
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
I was hit by some coca cola today...
...it didn't hurt because it was a soft drink.
Words of Wisdom...
Good morning, Coupeville Middle & High Schools. This is Mr.Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
Ralph Ellison was the African-American novelist who wrote the book Invisible Man. Listen to his words:
America is woven of many strands . . . Our fate is to become one and yet many.
That's an interesting phrase: "one and yet many." Let's think about that. We live in one nation, yet we have many states. We have one student body here at school, yet we have many different kinds of students. The Yugoslavians once said:
Even the fingers on one's hands are not alike. Today, focus on what we have in common while honoring what's different!
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.