Good morning everyone! Welcome to Wednesday!
Yep, you know that today is for live core classes! Be sure you are attending!
Next Friday is our last day of school before winter break! That means we have 8 days of
school left. December 18th is the last day, 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 email@example.com!
Attention 8th Graders - we are having a 8th Grade Bingo event tomorrow! Make sure to
check your email for your invite!!
Oh boy...were you paying attention yesterday for the DADQDP? Yes, I didn’t email a question because I am asking it now...To have a chance to win answer this question:
What color was my ugly sweater in the announcements yesterday? Send me an email with your answer for a chance to win!!
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
I met a beautiful cactus today, so I told it, "You're looking sharp today."
"I'm just a cactus, " it said.
"You have a point there," I replied.
Words of Wisdom...
This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
Ben Franklin tells us that:
Patience is a virtue.
When you're a young person, it can be hard to be patient, especially in a world filled with smart phones, tablets, and game consoles. It's easy to get spoiled, to expect quick results . . . immediate gratification.
But some things just take time . . . like mastering a violin or becoming a champion swimmer or realizing a dream. Epictetus (ep ik TEE tus), a Greek philosopher, tells us:
No great thing is created suddenly.
In other words, it can take time to do great things. If you're trying to create something good and wonderful in your life, set goals, work hard, and then be patient.
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.