Morning Announcements 6/2/20

WDMS Morning News Script

Asmaa: 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.

Asmaa: Today is Tuesday, June 2, 2020.  Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and the DMS pledge.

Chase: Please be seated.

Chase: Let’s get a check on the weather. We can expect it to be partly cloudy today with a high of 74 degrees. Tomorrow we can expect some scattered thunderstorms with a high of 81 degrees.

Rocco: Now for the sports report – The National Hockey League announced last Tuesday that it will abandon the rest of the regular season and go straight to the playoffs with 24 teams instead of 16 teams if they can resume play. Marquise "Hollywood" Brown has become an internet sensation while showcasing his Florida workouts. He even challenged teammate, Miles Boykin, to keep up his pace. This week some more Ravens players are planning to join Hollywood in Florida to practice together.

Mrs. Gibson: We wish Mohammad Ibrahim, Ethan Irvin, Hiba Laafar, and Nathaniel Fedd happy birthday today.

Mrs. Gibson Our jokes for today are What did the judge say when the skunk walked in the court room? … Odor in the court!   Why are fish so smart? … Because they live in schools.

Mrs. Gibson: Attention all 8th graders – We are planning a celebration for you. It is very important that you go to this web address and complete the short survey that is located there as soon as possible. If you have any questions, you can message Ms. Bullock or Mr. Lamarr through Schoology.

Ms. Rosencrans: (Words of Wisdom) Good morning, Dundalk Middle School. This is (name of narrator) with a few words of wisdom. Seventeenth century French writer La Rochefoucauld (la rosh fo CO) was famous for his brief statements of general truth known as “maxims.” He shares this one with us today: “If we had no faults of our own, we would not take so much pleasure in noticing those of others.” I want you to do a little experiment with me this morning. Point your finger at someone in the room. Now hold it! Take a close look at your hand. One finger is pointing at the other person, but three fingers are pointing where? That’s right! Right back at you. What do you suppose that means? Maybe we need to look at ourselves before we blame someone else. If you’ve been quarreling with someone, maybe you should look at what your responsibility is in the matter. And then remember: Quarrels would not last long if the fault were only on one side.  With something to think about, this is (name of narrator). Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.

Ms. Rosencrans: See you again on Thursday.

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