Thursday, December 9, 2020


Good morning everyone! Welcome to Thursday, December 9th, 2020.! High School Elective classes and Middle School office hours day!


Attention 8th Graders - BINGO is today! Come play with us.


Some traditions can NOT be changed not even by a global pandemic! Ugly Sweater Day is coming - next week! Start planning now! The uglier - the better! There will be grade level winners! Send your picture by Wednesday, December 16th. Voting will occur on December 17th. All pictures must be sent to Cheyenne Beck at cbeck@coupeville.k12.wa.us!


The winner of yesterday DADQDP is Amberlie Baumann! Mr. Kappes will be emailing you Amberlie.


Here is another chance to win - which famous person did Mrs Phillips quote during

yesterday’s Words of Wisdom.


CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:

What do you call a mac 'n' cheese that gets all up in your face?

Too close for comfort food!



Words of Wisdom...


This is Mrs. Greve with a few words of wisdom.


Think of someone you know who has real character . . . someone who is honest, self-disciplined, and respected . . . maybe a parent or a faith leader, a teacher or a friend.


Did you know that the word character literally means "to engrave"? People with character have engraved honesty and respectability into their daily lives . . . like musicians engraving sound tracks on a CD.


So here's something to think about: With every thought, word, and deed, we are recording, engraving the traits and qualities that will determine our future character. A Greek philosopher by the name of Heraclitus (her A cli tus) once said:


A man's character is his fate.


In other words, what you are engraving into your life now will determine your future. As you move through the day, ask yourself: What kind of tracks am I laying down for myself, and where will they lead me?


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

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