Updated: Nov 5, 2020
Good morning everyone! Welcome to Wednesday. MS and HS students you are in live core classes today.
Remember students, your teachers are here to support you! Your teachers have
office hours and are available by appointment. Mr. Cruz and Ms. Beck are ready and waiting to help. Mr. Black is happy to assist. Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Yoder are all here and able to help you with whatever you need. And yes, I am here too. I would love to help. I don’t just make cartoons you know...Students and families, you have our support and we will help in any way we can.
To all Military and Civilian Service parents, please get your Impact Aid Forms back to
us by Friday. 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!
The DADQDP is back! I hope you were paying attention!
Yesterday’s question....Tuesday’s oday a number of staff members were shown
voting with me while I said the announcements. Then, Mrs. Bigelow shared some
Words of Wisdom with us.
So, your question. What item was Mrs. Bigelow holding at the END of the
Your answer: Mrs.Bigelow and I were both holding American flags.
And our two winners....From the MS we have Sofia Phay! And from the HS our winner
Congratulations Sofia and Nozomi! I will email you today with prizes and pick up
Pay attention today for our next DADQDP!
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
What do you call a big cat that doesn't play by the rules?
Words of Wisdom...
This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
"He who asks a question is a fool for a moment, but he who never asks a question is a fool forever."
Many times in school we don't understand what our teachers are trying to say or we don't understand something we've read. This happens to every single one of us. This doesn't mean you aren't smart. It just means you are a human being.
So don't be afraid to speak up! After all, before you can ask a question, you have to be thinking, which makes you a whole lot smarter than those who aren't.
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.