Tuesday, December 8, 2020


Good morning everyone! Happy Tuesday - today is elective classes for High School students and middle school students can be attending office hours.


Next Friday is our last day of school before winter break! I have had a few questions. December 18th is the last dya, and we return to distance learning January 4th!


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 beck@coupeville.k12.wa.us!


Attention 8th Graders - we are having a 8th Grade Bingo even on Thursday - make sure to check your email for your invite.!!


Pay special attention today...The DADQDP is coming! What will the question be.....


CMHS Dad Joke of the Day: Thank you Heidi again!

I thought about going on an all-almond diet. But that’s just nuts.



Words of Wisdom...

This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.


Here's something to think about. A student who is courteous and respectful is admired and well thought of by other students. Sometimes, though, it is thought to be "cool" to be disrespectful and rude.


But listen to the words of Eric Hoffer, a former longshoreman turned philosopher:


Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.


In other words, being rude can be a cover-up for weakness and insecurity.


Today, ask yourself this question: When people feel good about themselves, how do they behave? Are they rude . . . or strong and caring? Are they disrespectful . . . or courteous and respectful? According to Mr. Hoffer, being rude is the weak thing to do. What do you think?


With something to think about, Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.


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