Good morning and we have made it to Thursday!
Today is an engagement day for the MS and an elective day for the HS!
Students and parents, even though we are online and being “present” at school
means something totally different now...we are asking that if you are going to be absent from school have a parent call Mrs. Ford at 360-678-2416.
Students did you know that each teacher has office hours set aside just for you?
Office hours are a voluntary time when your teachers have a Google Meet open that
you can pop into and ask questions or get help on classwork. Some office hours
may be required by your teacher. If that is the case, make sure you attend...they
want to help you! To find out when your teacher’s office hours are, you can ask via
email, or check their Google Classroom.
Cross Country, 6th - 12th grade.....YES 6TH GRADERS!!!!! :) Practices are beginning next
week, Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:45pm - 4:45pm, two different locations, practice
ticket required. Coach Bitting has shared our Cross Country Practice Sign Up Sheet
with every student from 6th - 12th grade and spots are filling up! If you are
interested please email Coach Bitting to get you on the roster and email you the
Attention all 7th – 12th grade girls that are planning on playing High School or Middle
School Basketball this year. Off season practices will be every Monday and
Wednesday from 5pm-7pm beginning Monday, September 28th. Strict Covid
maintained and only 10 participants in each of our 4 designated spaces. Because of
the numbers limitations we need ALL players who will be attending to contact Coach
Fox at email@example.com or class 360-678-2413 and confirm that you will be
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
Why don't bakers work for free?
Because they knead the dough.
Words of Wisdom...
How many times have you sat in the bleachers and booed a football player who fumbled the ball? Or maybe you were a good sport and kept your mouth shut but said to yourself, "What was he thinking?" Theodore Roosevelt, our 26th president, was known as a person of action.
He said: It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbled, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena.
Today, remember this: If you are active and doing your best -whether it's with your studies or sports or other activities - you deserve a great deal of credit for fully participating in the game of life. When you stumble, don't let sideline critics discourage your efforts. Instead, give yourself a pat on the back for being in the game and not on the sidelines. With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes . Make it a great day ... or not. The choice is yours .