October 21st, 2020


Good morning and welcome to Wednesday. MS and HS students you have your live core classes today.


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

community.


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 today.


We have 2 DADQDP of winners today!


First was from Friday...what animal was on the way to school? It was a deer.


Our winners are ...MS winner is Jordan Bradford!


And the HS winner was Brenn Sugatan!


Today's winners answered this question correctly...What did SuperBEck almost fly

into? The answer was...a blimp!


Our winners are...in the MS...Alysia Burdge.


and in the HS..Christina McGrath!


Congrats to Jordan, Brenn, Alysia and Christina! I will email you today!


CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:

What do Alexander the Great and Winnie the Pooh have in common?

Same middle name.



This is Mr Black  with a few words of wisdom...

Former President Harry Truman once said:

I have fought all my life against prejudice and intolerance.

What does it mean to be prejudiced? Well, we've all heard the saying: You can't judge a book by its cover. 

When we prejudge someone or something, we form an opinion without looking beyond the cover, the appearance of things.

Every ... single ... one of us has the right to be accepted and understood as an individual.

Today, let's follow the example of Harry Truman and work toward breaking down the barriers of prejudice.

With something to think about, this is Mr Black. Make it a great day ... or not. The choice is yours. *unknown

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