Good morning everyone! Thank goodness it is Friday! The end of the week and the end of the quarter! Watch your email for a first quarter progress report next week!
MS and HS students you have your live core classes today.
It is the end of the first quarter. A quarter of school like we have never seen before. I
want to thank all of the students, parents, guardians and staff members for all of
your effort this quarter. What we are doing isn’t easy, and you all should be
commended for the work you have done. I encourage any of you that are
struggling, stressed or anxious to reach out to us in the office. We truly want to help.
Thank you all.
Remember HS students Mrs. Saia and the yearbook team are asking you to bring a
check in to buy a yearbook, check your emails, complete the surveys, and go to
coupevillewolves.org and submit some photos! This will be a great yearbook with
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
I swallowed a dictionary. It gave me thesaurus throat I’ve ever had.
Words of Wisdom...
This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
Every human being has challenges in his or her life —no exceptions. Challenges are something we all have in common, regardless of our differences. The question is: How do we deal with the challenges of life? Do we just lie down and give up or do we accept challenges as an opportunity to learn and to grow?
Stephen Hawking was a man who faced a major challenge for most of his adult life. He had an incurable disease of the nervous system. Most of his body was paralyzed and he had to use a wheelchair to get around. He couldn't speak without special computer equipment. But guess what — some believe that he was the world's greatest scientific genius since Albert Einstein.
Mr. Hawking once said:
"It matters if you don't just give up.
If you are faced with a challenge, remember Stephen Hawking. Remember his challenges, his courage, and his determination, and then don't give up!"
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.