Good morning everyone, it is Tuesday, December 15th. Today are Elective classes for high school also, today is a good day to make time to meet with teachers for middle and high school.
Attention Middle School students; Tomorrow, Wednesday the 16th at 4pm there is a Diagon Alley Escape Room. If you are still interested in participating please contact Mr. Purdue via email to let him know. He will sign you up for a special Google Classroom for this event. The links and info for the event are on this Google Classroom. If you have sent an email but did not see a new google classroom notification in google classroom - email Mr. Purdue again - don’t be left out in the alley.
Attention sophomores and juniors! Do you enjoy mentoring and building friendships? Do you have a desire to help someone younger with their schoolwork? Then Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for you! Contact Mary Johnson at (360)678-2445 on Wednesdays or Thursdays or email her at email@example.com to hear how you can apply to be a Big Sister or Big Brother. You will be glad you did!
Ugly Sweater Day pictures are due by tomorrow. All pictures must be sent to Cheyenne
Beck @ firstname.lastname@example.org!
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
What do reindeers say before they tell you a joke?
This one’s gonna sleigh you!
Words of Wisdom...
This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
Jose Marti was one of Cuba's national heroes during the 1800s. He fought for Cuba's independence from Spain. Jose Marti was a greatly respected poet, lawyer, and journalist. Here's what he has to say to us today:
Mankind is composed of two sorts of men — those who love and create, and those who hate and destroy.
It's been said that:
Love is the glue that holds the universe together.
If love unites us and connects us, what do you suppose hate does? Hate separates and divides us. Love pulls us together. Hate pulls us apart. Love creates. Hate destroys.
Jose Marti was a wise man who understood what happens when people love and when people hate. As you watch current events, remember his words, then think about the world we live in. Where in our world do you see hate in action? What are the results of that hatred? Where in the world do you see love in action? What are the results of that love? Take a look.
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.