Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.
Good morning and happy Wednesday everyone. Welcome to our Wednesday and Thursday on campus students, it's nice to see all of you.
You will hear these two reminders from me everyday...please remember to bring your Chromebook and charger everyday.
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.
Good luck to our HS girls soccer team traveling to Mt. Vernon Christian today.
High School Seniors, do not wait until the last minute to complete your scholarship paperwork. Doing so could exclude you from great opportunities.
MS and HS students watch your emails for a course interest survey heading your way soon...you get to help us decide which courses we will offer next year.
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
I glued myself to my autobiography
That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
Words of Wisdom...
This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
In 1961, Vilma Martinez was a senior in high school who wanted to go on to college, but her counselor refused to advise her because Vilma was Mexican-American. Vilma didn't let this stop her. She believed in herself, so she wrote to the University of Texas anyway. Just two and a half years later, she graduated and went on to law school at Columbia University. At the age of 30, Vilma Martinez became president of the Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund.
Here's what she has to say about education:
Education is very important. It prepares you. You equip yourself to help others. It gives you the tools to compete.
Fortunately, the world has changed a great deal. It's changed because of the unstoppable people like Vilma Martinez who believed in their own potential and overcame all the obstacles.
Remember, there are teachers and counselors today who are committed to helping you realize your fullest potential. The question is: Are you?
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.