Tuesday, June 1st, 2021

Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

Good morning! Welcome back from Memorial Day weekend. I hope all of you were able to rest, relax, and take a moment in remembrance over the past 4 days. We are in a new week, a new month, and we are now down to...counting today...13 days of school.

Remember to bring your Chromebook and charger every day you are on campus. AND...Please remember our health protocols are in place to keep you all safe and you are required to comply with them at all times when you are on campus.

SENIORS- Your check out forms are ready, come grab one from the office! We will also be emailing you one shortly. These will be due before June 10th! This is required for all 12th grade students, so be sure to get this done.

SENIORS- Tomorrow all fines & course fees must be paid or you will not be able to take part in our graduation ceremony. Contact Ms. Yoder at 678-2413, to check on fines or to pay a course fee. (Reminder all Welding, Woods and Art and Craft classes have a $20 per year course fee). Fines are accumulative from 6th through 12th grades.

Middle school students-If you were checked out a Chromebook at any point this year you are required to return it before summer. If you were issued a hotspot, you are required to return those too. We will be issuing all middle school students a new Chromebook in August.

You will be required to check them in during the last week of school.

CMS Students reserve your yearbook now! There are 130 CMS Yearbooks available, so be sure to reserve your copy. Any questions -contact Mrs. Dix http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A01059052

CMHS Dad Joke of the Day: (Thank you to Natalie Perera for this one!)

What's the difference between unlawful and illegal?

One is against the law, the other is a sick bird.

Words of Wisdom...

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

So what do you think is the best way to solve all the problems in the world? Listen to this old Spanish proverb:

Three helping each other will do as much as six men singly.

In other words, half the effort produces twice the results when people cooperate and support one another. Think about that.

Woodrow Wilson, our 28th president, says it this way:

The highest and best form of efficiency is the . . . cooperation of a free people.

Efficiency means "to do with as little effort as possible." When we work in groups . . . when we choose to cooperate ... wonderful things can happen. That's why school clubs and study groups and sports teams are important.

So the question of the day is: How can you and your world benefit from your participation in a group activity?

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

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