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Morning Announcements 5/5/20

WDMS Morning News Script

Mrs. Gibson:      Good Morning Dundalk Middle School, this is your announcements team bringing you your morning announcements on WDMS news. We’ll be providing announcements every Tuesday and Thursday.

Mrs. Gibson:      Today is Tuesday, May 5, 2020 It is Cinco de Mayo, which is a celebration to observe the Mexican Army’s victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla on May 5th in 1862. It is usually celebrated with festive clothing, parades, and a lot of food, such as tacos and guacamole. Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and the DMS pledge.

Mrs. Gibson: Please be seated.

Mrs. Gibson: Let’s get a check on the weather. It will be mostly sunny today with a high of 67 degrees. We can expect some rain tomorrow with a high of only 59 degrees.

Mrs. Gibson: Here is a message from Ms. Adams.

Ms. Rosencrans: Are you feeling bored at this point being home? I’d say Lionel Messi is too. He is an Argentine professional footballer (what we call soccer in the United States) who captains both the Barcelona Club and the Argentina National Team. Yes, that is toilet paper that he is dribbling with.

Ms. Rosencrans: We wish Chelsea Simon, Edwin Paz Velasquez, Melisa Lara-Dubon, and Monica and Morgan Stadelman happy birthday today.

Meah: Here is another preview of Name that Teacher.

Meah: (Words of Wisdom) Good morning, Dundalk Middle School. This is (name of narrator) with a few words of wisdom. In her famous diary, a very young Anne Frank wrote these words: Parents can only give good advice or put their children on the right path, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands. Anne Frank is talking about self-responsibility which, in a nutshell, means taking responsibility for your thoughts, words, and deeds. Our parents, teachers, counselors, and faith leaders can offer us valuable advice. They can recommend which path to take. They can share the wisdom they have gained through experience. But in the end, it is up to us to make the right choices. Today, practice taking responsibility for your actions. If you make a mistake, admit it. If you hurt someone's feelings or say something you shouldn't, apologize. Learning to be self-responsible is learning to be a person of character, and being a person with character is a goal we should all set for ourselves. With something to think about, this is (name of narrator). Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.

Meah: We’ll see you again on Thursday.
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