Good morning everyone! Today is Wednesday and the last day of our week! MS and HS students are in live core classes today.
Starting Monday our recording of daily attendance will change...Skyward WILL be making calls for all live classes that you missed. Live classes are an extremely important part of distance learning, and we need you there! If you feel you were marked absent incorrectly and you get a call...please contact Mrs. Ford. In a “normal” school year, we would be having parent teacher conferences this week. 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.
Yearbook with Mrs Saia!
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. It is a time of gratitude. It is also a time to rest and relax
with family. Whether that is with your family in your house, or connecting through
technology. I want everyone to have a restful, enjoyable, and safe holiday.
CMHS Dad Joke of the Day:
Werewolves are notoriously hard to find....
Otherwise they'd be known as Therewolves.
Words of Wisdom...
This is Mr. Kappes with a few words of wisdom.
This week the whole nation will set aside a few days to celebrate Thanksgiving, which is, of course, a time for giving thanks . . . expressing gratitude for all our blessings.
Gratitude is an attitude —a very important attitude according to some people. Let's take Samuel Johnson, for instance. He was one of the first English writers to compile a dictionary, and he evidently took gratitude rather seriously. Samuel Johnson said:
"Gratitude is a fruit of a great civilization; you do not find it among gross people."
We don't have any gross people here, do we? I didn't think so. So today, let's have a little attitude . . . gratitude attitude. I'd be so grateful.
With something to think about, this is Mr. Kappes. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.