October 20th, 2020

Good morning and welcome to Tuesday. HS students you have your live elective

classes today.

We are working to create that correct balance between real and rigorous...that

means we are trying to make sure we cover enough material, without making it impossible to keep up. One thing we are working on is the classwork that is required. It probably feels like homework, but remember, your classes are only 25 minutes long. If we were in session that would be done in class. Thank you for working as we continue to find just the right balance.

Are you interested in debate? Mrs. Greve's Debate class is looking for students who

are interested in competing in this year's High School Ethics Bowl competition. Email

Mrs. Greve if you are interested in participating. It will require attending weekly

Google Meets to practice with the team. Our first meeting is this Thursday Oct 22nd,

at 1:00pm!

Help us with Veterans Day - send pictures of your Veterans to Ms. Beck at

cbeck@coupeville.k12.wa.us. We will be using these pictures to honor Veterans in our


The position of Student School Board Member is open to all Juniors! 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! For more information and a copy of the

application, please email Mrs. Stone at estone@coupeville.k12.wa.us. All applications

are due tomorrow..

CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:

What music do chickens listen to?

Bach Bach Bach Bach Bach

This is Cheyenne Beck with a few words of wisdom...

Every day we pause for one minute and listen to the wisdom of others. We do this because it's important to educate our minds as well as our hearts if we are going to become successful human beings.

Now listen to what Ben Franklin has to say:

Without freedom of thought, there can be no such thing as wisdom.

In other words, our freedom of thought allows us to think about our choices. And because we have this freedom to think for ourselves, we can decide what's really important in life ... what's right and what's wrong ... what's wise and what's foolish . . . what's responsible and what's not. In a nutshell, our freedom of thought allows us to make wiser choices.

Today, exercise your freedom to think before you choose and you'll choose more wisely.

With something to think about, this is Cheyenne Beck. Make it a great day ... or not. The choice is yours.

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