Good morning everyone! It is Tuesday, and that means it is HS live elective classes today. After all that eating over the break, the boys and I decided it was time to get some exercise in! Nice work gentlemen, keep working!
Attention students and parents, a reminder that for the safety of students and staff, the MS and HS buildings are closed at this time. This week, we will have someone in the office from approximately 9:00-2:00 to assist in material pickup. We will adjust hours next week as needed.
One other change this week is we are recording daily attendance in our live classes on Skyward. Live classes are an extremely important part of distance learning, and we need you there! If you feel you were marked absent incorrectly, don’t worry, just call or email Mrs. Ford.
Students, parents and guardians, if you would like to meet with any teachers about progress so far this school year, please reach out via email and schedule an individual appointment. As always, we want to support you all in every way we can, and communication is key.
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day: My friends tells me I have 2 major faults, that I don't listen - and something else.
It is time for our Words of Wisdom. Like I mentioned yesterday, every night I record these announcements and my two sons watch and listen. Yesterday, my 3rd grader Calvin read about some rules for living that will gain you wisdom. Today, I would like to introduce my 2nd grader, Jonathan. Jonathan, its your turn, what do you have to say?
Words of Wisdom...
This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
Mahatma Ghandi was a hero from India who encouraged people to respect each other and find non-violent ways to solve their differences. He believed that each of us can do our part to make the world a better place.
He once said:
In a gentle way, you can shake the world.
In other words, we can't change the world all at once, but each of us can work to improve the lives of others in a peaceful way. Gandhi set an example we can all strive to follow.
The heroes in our lives have a powerful influence over our thinking and our actions. They can show us the way to reach our goals and dreams, or they can lead us down dangerous paths. Who are your heroes?
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.