September 17th, 2020

Good morning everyone and welcome to our 4th day of school! Today is an

engagement day for the middle school, that means no live instruction, just office

hours, and it is an elective day for the HS!

If you took home an Acceptable Use Form or Device Loan Agreement, please make

sure you bring it to the school signed or take a picture of it and email itto Ms. Yoder!

Have you checked out yet? It is a great stop to get all of your

online learning needs in one place!

If you have log in or tech issues, please call 360-678-2413. Ms. Yoder will help with log

ins, and will transfer you to the tech hotline if you need more tech support.

The Coupeville Foundation for Public Schools is hosting another Dine Out for

Coupeville Schools! This one is a week from today, September 24th, from 7:00

am-4:30 pm! Get some coffee or a great sandwich and a portion of the proceeds

helps support your friendly neighborhood middle and high school!

CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:

Security guard stops this guy every day leaving the factory with a wheelbarrow full

of trash. Every day he searches through and finds nothing but papers and wood

scraps and other junk. Never anything of value.

Finally one day, the security guard is set to retire, so he asks the guy...

"I know you were stealing something, but I could never find out what. Today is my

last day. What the heck have you been stealing?"

"Wheelbarrows," the guy answers.

Words of Wisdom...

Many times we look at a situation and think "This is impossible." Early in the twentieth century, Louis Brandeis, former associate justice to the Supreme Court, is quoted as saying: 

Most of the things worth doing in the world had been declared impossible before they were done. 

Did you know that it took Thomas Edison approximately one thousand tries to create the light bulb? Today, remember this: It doesn't always take a thousand attempts to achieve a goal, but it may require a lot of perseverance. So if you have a dream or a vision or a goal, remember Thomas Edison and keep at it! With something to think about, this is Anthony Cruz . Make it a great day ... or not. The choice is yours. 

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