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Morning Announcements 5/26/20

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, May 26, 2020.  Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and the DMS pledge.

Rocco: Please be seated.

Rocco: Let’s get a check on the weather. Today and tomorrow will be partly cloudy with highs in the low 80’s.

Rocco: Now for the sports report – Brandon Copeland was born in Sykesville, Maryland and attended the Gilman School here in Baltimore. He is now a linebacker for the New England Patriots. For the past four years he has offered a youth football camp. With COVID-19, he had to choose whether to cancel it or come up with an alternative plan. He decided to hold it virtually on May 16th. It was a big hit.

Ms. Rosencrans: We wish Jatiara Porter and Michael Manning happy birthday today.

Ms. Rosencrans: Our jokes for today are What do you get from a pampered cow? … Spoiled milk.   Why are teddy bears never hungry? … They are always stuffed!

Chase: Mrs. Rybczynski has used her extra time at home to rekindle her love for drawing. I’m really impressed.

Mrs. Gibson: (Words of Wisdom) Good morning, Dundalk Middle School. This is (name of narrator) with a few words of wisdom. Yesterday, we celebrated Memorial Day. Did you know that more than one million American soldiers have given their lives in service to our nation? One million fallen soldiers … that’s an amazing number to think about. It’s hard to get your mind around a number that big. How many athletic stadiums or concert halls do you suppose you could fill with one million people? And think about this: each one of those one million was the son or daughter, mother or father, aunt or uncle to someone left behind, someone who loved them very much. Let’s take some time to think about these men and women who died in service to our nation and ask ourselves this question: How has their service made a difference in our lives?  With something to think about, this is (name of narrator). Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.

Mrs. Gibson: See you again on Thursday. We would like to leave you with a message from Erika Toledo in 6th grade at DMS.

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