Good morning and thank goodness it is Friday! I don’t know about all of you, but this
has been a busy week! You all worked so hard in figuring out this online world, I have
decided to give you the next two days off! Yep, that’s right, no school Saturday OR
Sunday. You are welcome!
We are in our core classes today for both schools! Besure you are ready to learn.
During the day today we will be posting our weekly checklist for work required next
week...be sure to visit coupevillewolves.org to check it out!
Please get your Acceptable Use Form and/or Device Loan Agreement, please make
sure you bring it to the school signed or take a picture of it and email it to Ms. Yoder!
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!
I want to take a moment and thank all of you, students, families and staff members
for the past week. we had some little bumps along the way this week, and I
appreciate the flexibility of all of us as we got started. My continual goal is for CMHS
to focus on two things: providing the highest quality education we can, and
supporting students and families in accessing that education. That was our focus as
we worked this summer, it was our focus during this week ,and it will continue being
our focus whether we are online or in person. Please reach out to any of us here if
we can help in any way. So thanks again, and enjoy your weekend.
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
A woman suddenly in labor shouts, shouldn’t! wouldn’t! couldn’t! didn’t! can’t! The
doctor says "don't worry."
“Those are just contractions.”
Words of Wisdom...
Ever noticed that the hardest thing about a school project is getting started? Two thousand, five hundred years ago, Lao-tzu (la OUT zu), ancient Chinese master, said: A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.
Five hundred years later, Horace, a Latin poet, said it this way:
He who has begun has half done. Dare to be wise; begin!
Great minds think alike! So remember, if you are having a difficult time starting a project -at school or at home - the first step is usually the hardest. Just do it!
With something to think about, this Mrs. Yoder . Make it a great day ... or not. The choice is yours.