Good morning and we move in to Thursday! Remember to pay special attention to Google Classroom as some of your weekly checklists may have changed due to our missed day. MS has office hours and work day, HS has electives.
Interested in being a member of the first ever Coupeville Middle and High School Math Club? Come to a Google Meet next Monday at 3:00pm to learn about what fun mathematical adventure could be in your future. This should be a fairly short
informational meeting. To join the Google Meet just type “cmschsmath” into the join
Remember that attendance in mandatory and if you are unable to attend classes
call Mrs. Ford 360 678 2416.
Help us with Veterans Day - send pictures of your Veterans to Cheyenne Beck at
email@example.com. We will be using these pictures to honor Veterans in our
It is that time of the year....
The position of Student School Board Member will be opening to all in the high
school junior class. Would you like to represent the student body to the school
board at our monthly meetings? It’s a great item for a college application! Thank
you to Drake Borden for his service this year!
For more information and a copy of the application, please email Mrs. Stone at
firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications will be due on October 21st.
Middle School Girls who are interested in playing volleyball this year should email
email@example.com to get in on practices. Once there is a list of interested
players, coach will be getting back to you with schedules. Practices are like skills
camps, and most likely held on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
This week CMHS will be sending out two feedback forms. We will send one to
students, we want to see how you are doing during this time. Our second form will
go to parents and guardians. We want to hear from you to know how we can assist
you. Please watch your email.
Our Daily Announcements Daily Question Daily Prize...that is awarded daily! The
question is back! Our questions was....
Oct 14th Announcements...
Today we were all traveling by airplane during announcements and I picked up a
job in my spare time as a flight attendant.
I delivered food and drink to my two passengers Mr. Sherman and Ms. Dix...can you
tell me what they ate?
The answer was popcorn and chicken legs (or turkey legs).
Our two winners are...
In MS a 6th grade winner....Natalie Perera. Congrats Natalie!
And in the HS, a Sophomore, congratulations Brenna Silveira!
Natalie and Brenna, I will be in touch today on how to pick up your prizes.
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
I’ve often heard that “icy” is the easiest word to spell. Looking at it now, I see why.
This is Mr. Kappes with a few Words of Wisdom...
We live in a world that seems to be getting smaller. In fact, the world seems to be getting so small that some people call Planet Earth a global vii/age.
Let's think about that. In the past, a village was made up of people of the same race with common ideas about life. Today, our global village is very diverse, with people of many, many differences and points of view.
If we are to survive together in our global village, we must learn to accept our differences. Listen to the words of scientist Rene Dubos:
Human diversity makes tolerance more than a virtue, it makes it a requirement for survival.
In other words, tolerating others is more than simply the nice thing to do. We must be tolerant if we are going to survive. Today, try to be more understanding of those who are different from you.
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes . Make it a great day ... or not. The choice is yours.