Morning Announcements 6/18/20 Script

WDMS Morning News Script

Asmaa: Good Morning Dundalk Middle School, this is your announcements team bringing you your morning announcements on WDMS news.

Asmaa: Today is Thursday, June 18, 2020.  Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and the DMS pledge.

Ms. Rosencrans: Please be seated.

Ms. Rosencrans: Let’s get a check on the weather. We can expect a high of 80 degrees today and a possible thunderstorm.

Ms. Rosencrans: Now for the sports report – Nascar ran their race at the Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday. It was delayed some due to lightning strikes in the area; however, once they started racing, Denny Hamlin cruised to victory after stealing the lead from Chase Elliott in the closing laps.

Ms. Rosencrans: We wish Brian Morris happy birthday today.

Ms. Rosencrans: Our jokes for today are How do bees get to school? … By school buzz!   What animal has more lives than a cat? … Frogs, they croak every night!

Mrs. Gibson: Attention students – You will need to return school items this week and we have items to give you. To keep this organized we are giving students assigned time slots. 8th graders should report today between 8:00 am and 10:00 am if their last name begins with the letters A through M. 8th graders with last names beginning with N through Z should report today between 10 am and 12 pm. If your assigned time slot does not work, we have make-up times on Friday, June 19th. On the 19th, grade 6 and grade 7 with last names beginning with A through M would be from 8 am until 10 am. Also, on the 19th, grade 8 and grade 7 with last names beginning with N through Z would be from 10 am until 12 pm.

Mrs. Gibson: (Words of Wisdom) Good morning, Dundalk Middle School. This is (name of narrator) with a few words of wisdom. Every morning this school year we’ve paused for a minute to listen to words of wisdom from around the world. We’ve heard the words of poets, philosophers, politicians, religious leaders, and even a small child. So, what now? Do we expect you to be the wisest young person in town? Are we looking to see if you’ve sprouted wings? Here’s what American writer Elbert Hubbard says about that: “Every person is a darn fool for at least five minutes every day. Wisdom consists in not exceeding the limit.” We all do foolish things every day. We say something we wish we hadn’t said. We do something we wish we hadn’t. We’re too hard on ourselves about one thing and not hard enough on ourselves about something else. So, the goal this summer is to do your very best to make the wisest choices you can and try not to exceed the limit when it comes to foolish behavior! Then…make it a great summer vacation or not…the choice is yours.

Mrs. Gibson: As most of you have already heard, I have decided to retire this year. I wish you a bright future with much success. I hope you will achieve all your dreams. I will miss you all. Take care.

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