DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 6.3.21



“How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”-A.A. Milne


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Owen Koehler and Andy Harris showed TEAMWORK when they helped Mr. West clean up his room by taking boxes and notebooks to his truck.



 

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DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 6.2.21



“Either you run the day or the day runs you.”-Jim Rohn


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Reid Morgan

Julia Ellington

Jonathan Sultana



Cassie Lott has shown passion this trimester in her final project work. Spending countless hours outside of class to complete the project to the absolute best of her ability. Cassie, way to go! Your hard work is evident in all your work and you are AWESOME!

Wylie Neal showed KINDNESS when one of her teachers (Mrs. Bumgarner) accidentally ruined her artwork last week. Wylie worked very hard on this piece and she was extremely gracious in her attitude and her words in forgiving Mrs. Bumgarner and taking it in stride. Thanks Wylie!!


 

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DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 6.1.21



“If you’re not in the position that you want to be right now, it’s because you’ve been holding yourself back. It’s you versus you, and it will be for the rest of your life.”-Rob Dial 


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This week’s schedule: 


Today: Allie Coffey

Over the weekend:

5/28: Brennan Kelley, Saurya Basnet, Luke Fox and Andrew Andujar

5/30: Frances Bragg

5/31: Max Riley, Eli Maples, Max Wolff and Mr. Sinden

 


 


Hey Everyone! 

We just wanted to get the word out that we are making a club next year focusing on economics, finance, and everything business-related. 

Our big goal is to participate in DECA and learn important material that will help members not only in careers, but also in everyday life! 

Email us if you have any questions, and look out for us next year! 

Fiona Chen and Max McDermott 


Crescent Heights Retirement in Concord is Hiring

240 Branchview Drive NE

Concord, NC 28025

704.794.6248

Open Position: Server for night and weekend mealtimes

Breakfast: 7:55am-9:15am

Lunch: 11:55am – 1:15pm

Dinner 4:55pm – 7:00pm

In the role of Server, you will be responsible for providing dining service of meals to our residents in a courteous and friendly manner. In addition, you will be responsible for setup and cleanup after meal service. • Greet residents and guests at each table with a smile to serve beverages, cereals, and/or soups/salads from cart. Courteously and clearly review the menu of the meal, take resident orders; serve meals and desserts. • Return cart to kitchen and assist with storage of perishable items. If needed, deliver trays to resident rooms. • Bus and clear dishes from tables after meal and reset for next meal following proper sanitizing procedures for tables and chairs as outlined in the Food Service Guidelines. Vacuum carpets, etc. • Complete side work – fill sugar holders, replenish creamers, clean coffeemaker, etc. • Other duties as assigned.

Age Requirements:

15-17 years old: must have parental consent

18 & older: must pass a background check


 

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DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 5.27.21



“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more. You are a leader.”-John Quincy Adams


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Sara Trufant showed TEAMWORK when she helped put together a playlist and served as DJ for the Peer Support Team & I’M FINE Party in the Quad. Great job, Sara!


 

 

David Grady

Jackson Scurlock 



 


Hey Everyone! 

We just wanted to get the word out that we are making a club next year focusing on economics, finance, and everything business-related. 

Our big goal is to participate in DECA and learn important material that will help members not only in careers, but also in everyday life! 

Email us if you have any questions, and look out for us next year! 

Fiona Chen and Max McDermott 


Crescent Heights Retirement in Concord is Hiring

240 Branchview Drive NE

Concord, NC 28025

704.794.6248

Open Position: Server for night and weekend mealtimes

Breakfast: 7:55am-9:15am

Lunch: 11:55am – 1:15pm

Dinner 4:55pm – 7:00pm

In the role of Server, you will be responsible for providing dining service of meals to our residents in a courteous and friendly manner. In addition, you will be responsible for setup and cleanup after meal service. • Greet residents and guests at each table with a smile to serve beverages, cereals, and/or soups/salads from cart. Courteously and clearly review the menu of the meal, take resident orders; serve meals and desserts. • Return cart to kitchen and assist with storage of perishable items. If needed, deliver trays to resident rooms. • Bus and clear dishes from tables after meal and reset for next meal following proper sanitizing procedures for tables and chairs as outlined in the Food Service Guidelines. Vacuum carpets, etc. • Complete side work – fill sugar holders, replenish creamers, clean coffeemaker, etc. • Other duties as assigned.

Age Requirements:

15-17 years old: must have parental consent

18 & older: must pass a background check


 

 

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DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 5.26.21



“Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.”-OG Mandino


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Bella Coughlin has demonstrates passion day in and day out in her outstanding efforts on all work in visual foundations. She always arrives to class early and truly expresses her love of art through her work. 

Emma Little, Courtney Phelps, Andy Harris, Josh Reid, Taylor Denby, Ashmi Trivedi, Olivia Varghese, Ben Childress, Conrad Randal-Bauer, Meg Crosbie, Leighton Evans, Cam Abaqueta, Miles Edmiston, and Kendyl Lauher demonstrated KINDNESS and TEAMWORK when they gave the 8th graders tours of the Upper School and then answered questions about the Upper School. Thank you!!!


 

Ashwin Patel 




Peer Support Team & I’M FINE

Invite you to:

End of Year Party in the Quad!

Music, Games & KONA ICE

Monday during lunch/office hours

11:30-1:30

In The Quad

$3, $4, $5

cash or card

Join Us!

Remember: May is Mental Health Awareness Month- Being outdoors, hanging out with friends, listening to music, having fun, taping into your 5-senses to be present (sight, touch, sound, smell, taste- KONA ICE) are all important protective factors in mental health.


Hey Everyone! 

We just wanted to get the word out that we are making a club next year focusing on economics, finance, and everything business-related. 

Our big goal is to participate in DECA and learn important material that will help members not only in careers, but also in everyday life! 

Email us if you have any questions, and look out for us next year! 

Fiona Chen and Max McDermott 


Crescent Heights Retirement in Concord is Hiring

240 Branchview Drive NE

Concord, NC 28025

704.794.6248

Open Position: Server for night and weekend mealtimes

Breakfast: 7:55am-9:15am

Lunch: 11:55am – 1:15pm

Dinner 4:55pm – 7:00pm

In the role of Server, you will be responsible for providing dining service of meals to our residents in a courteous and friendly manner. In addition, you will be responsible for setup and cleanup after meal service. • Greet residents and guests at each table with a smile to serve beverages, cereals, and/or soups/salads from cart. Courteously and clearly review the menu of the meal, take resident orders; serve meals and desserts. • Return cart to kitchen and assist with storage of perishable items. If needed, deliver trays to resident rooms. • Bus and clear dishes from tables after meal and reset for next meal following proper sanitizing procedures for tables and chairs as outlined in the Food Service Guidelines. Vacuum carpets, etc. • Complete side work – fill sugar holders, replenish creamers, clean coffeemaker, etc. • Other duties as assigned.

Age Requirements:

15-17 years old: must have parental consent

18 & older: must pass a background check


 

 

 

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DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 5.25.21



“Worrying is like a rocking chair; It gives you something to do but gets you nowhere.”-Erma Bombeck 


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Cam Abaqueta, Olivia Breese, Leighton Evans, Courtney Phelps, Taylor Denby, Josh Reid, Ben Childress, Conrad Randal-Bauer, Kate Christman, Olivia Varghese, and Ashmi Trivedi demonstrated KINDNESS and TEAMWORK when they gave the 8th graders tours of the Upper School and then answered questions about the Upper School. Thank you!!!


 

No birthdays. 




Peer Support Team & I’M FINE

Invite you to:

End of Year Party in the Quad!

Music, Games & KONA ICE

Monday during lunch/office hours

11:30-1:30

In The Quad

$3, $4, $5

cash or card

Join Us!

Remember: May is Mental Health Awareness Month- Being outdoors, hanging out with friends, listening to music, having fun, taping into your 5-senses to be present (sight, touch, sound, smell, taste- KONA ICE) are all important protective factors in mental health.


Hey Everyone! 

We just wanted to get the word out that we are making a club next year focusing on economics, finance, and everything business-related. 

Our big goal is to participate in DECA and learn important material that will help members not only in careers, but also in everyday life! 

Email us if you have any questions, and look out for us next year! 

Fiona Chen and Max McDermott 


Crescent Heights Retirement in Concord is Hiring

240 Branchview Drive NE

Concord, NC 28025

704.794.6248

Open Position: Server for night and weekend mealtimes

Breakfast: 7:55am-9:15am

Lunch: 11:55am – 1:15pm

Dinner 4:55pm – 7:00pm

In the role of Server, you will be responsible for providing dining service of meals to our residents in a courteous and friendly manner. In addition, you will be responsible for setup and cleanup after meal service. • Greet residents and guests at each table with a smile to serve beverages, cereals, and/or soups/salads from cart. Courteously and clearly review the menu of the meal, take resident orders; serve meals and desserts. • Return cart to kitchen and assist with storage of perishable items. If needed, deliver trays to resident rooms. • Bus and clear dishes from tables after meal and reset for next meal following proper sanitizing procedures for tables and chairs as outlined in the Food Service Guidelines. Vacuum carpets, etc. • Complete side work – fill sugar holders, replenish creamers, clean coffeemaker, etc. • Other duties as assigned.

Age Requirements:

15-17 years old: must have parental consent

18 & older: must pass a background check


Jodi Picoult will be speaking virtually to Cannon on Tuesday, May 25th at 11:30 am.Picoult, a graduate of Princeton and Harvard University, is a New York Times Bestselling author who has written 26 books that have been translated into 34 languages in 35 countries. Her works include Small Great Things, My Sister’s Keeper, and A Spark of Light. 

 
If you can attend, please join Mr. Smith’s Zoom link below or go to his room in the English hallway. 

https://cannonschool-org.zoom.us/j/7567494014#success


 

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DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 5.24.21



Monday Mindset:

Stop trying to skip the struggle.

That’s where the character is built.

Embrace it.

Learn from it.

Grow from it. 


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This week’s schedule: 

 


 


Over the weekend

5/22: Reid Bertram and Mr. Dunn

5/23: Graham Ayer and Tyson Carpenter

 

 



***Peer Support Team & I’M FINE

Invite you to:

End of Year Party in the Quad!

Music, Games & KONA ICE

Monday during lunch/office hours

11:30-1:30

In The Quad

$3, $4, $5

cash or card

Join Us!

Remember: May is Mental Health Awareness Month- Being outdoors, hanging out with friends, listening to music, having fun, taping into your 5-senses to be present (sight, touch, sound, smell, taste- KONA ICE) are all important protective factors in mental health.


***Hey Everyone! 

Just a reminder that we are having a Model UN interest meeting TODAY in the Library Annex at 12:30. 

Please email Sadie Miller if you can’t attend the meeting, but still want to join the team. 

We’ll have donuts too, can’t wait to see you guys there!

MUN Executive Team

Ksenya, Sadie, Isabella, Fiona, Charlotte


 

***Hey Everyone! 

We just wanted to get the word out that we are making a club next year focusing on economics, finance, and everything business-related. 

Our big goal is to participate in DECA and learn important material that will help members not only in careers, but also in everyday life! 

Email us if you have any questions, and look out for us next year! 

Fiona Chen and Max McDermott 


***Crescent Heights Retirement in Concord is Hiring

240 Branchview Drive NE

Concord, NC 28025

704.794.6248

Open Position: Server for night and weekend mealtimes

Breakfast: 7:55am-9:15am

Lunch: 11:55am – 1:15pm

Dinner 4:55pm – 7:00pm

In the role of Server, you will be responsible for providing dining service of meals to our residents in a courteous and friendly manner. In addition, you will be responsible for setup and cleanup after meal service. • Greet residents and guests at each table with a smile to serve beverages, cereals, and/or soups/salads from cart. Courteously and clearly review the menu of the meal, take resident orders; serve meals and desserts. • Return cart to kitchen and assist with storage of perishable items. If needed, deliver trays to resident rooms. • Bus and clear dishes from tables after meal and reset for next meal following proper sanitizing procedures for tables and chairs as outlined in the Food Service Guidelines. Vacuum carpets, etc. • Complete side work – fill sugar holders, replenish creamers, clean coffeemaker, etc. • Other duties as assigned.

Age Requirements:

15-17 years old: must have parental consent

18 & older: must pass a background check


Jodi Picoult will be speaking virtually to Cannon on Tuesday, May 25th at 11:30 am.Picoult, a graduate of Princeton and Harvard University, is a New York Times Bestselling author who has written 26 books that have been translated into 34 languages in 35 countries. Her works include Small Great Things, My Sister’s Keeper, and A Spark of Light. 

 
If you can attend, please join Mr. Smith’s Zoom link below or go to his room in the English hallway. 

https://cannonschool-org.zoom.us/j/7567494014#success


 

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DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 5.21.21



“Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessful people are always asking, “What’s in it for me?”-Brian Tracy


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This week’s schedule: 

 


 

 


No birthdays. 


 

We have all kinds of opportunities for every interest:

  • 1st Job? No problem. We will teach you what it means to be part of a winning team.
  • Team work, sense of urgency, communication, customer service
  • Looking for career opportunities? Amazing! We are currently growing at a fast pace. We are looking to groom people from within to fill prominent rolls in all our stores. If you have the desire, we have the ability to take you from employee to manager!
  • Need a part time job? No problem! We have flexible hours to best suit our needs.
  • Under 18? Not a problem. We adhere to the NC DOL laws.

Benefits:

  • Flexible schedule, hourly pay in addition to tips. We start at $10/hour + tips.
  • Free sub when you work 4 hrs and 50% off for you even if you don’t work.
  • Resume builder and promotions within the company.
  • Strong bonds with coworkers

If you are looking for a job that will provide you a foundation for later in life… WE WILL PREPARE YOU. If you already have some experience and want to move up the ladder… WE WILL COACH YOU THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS.

 

Please reach out to:

Kevin at 549-9003, store location 9211-12 North Tryon St, Charlotte, NC

Laura at 704-792-0652, store location 6028 Bayfield Pkwy, Concord, NC

Melissa at 704-788-7725, store location 300 Copperfield Blvd, Concord, NC

Charity at 704-638-0097, store location 914 E Innes St, Salisbury, NC

Ben at 704-827-9032, store location 7260 NC-73 Suite 113, Denver, NC

Ebony at 336-893-9044, store location 1314 Creekshire Way, Winstom-Salem, NC

Kyle at 336-777-1122, store location 2291 Cloverdale Ave, Winston-Salem, NC

*  Leave your contact info and I will be in touch very soon. I look forward to meeting you.





Dear House Humanitas,

We would love for you to help design our house t-shirts for next year! If your t-shirt design is chosen, you will receive a $25 Amazon gift card and donuts for your advisory! Submit your design or idea to this Google Form by this Friday, May 21! Thank you! 

Thanks,

Humanitas Leadership Team


Congratulations to Rayyan Syed ‘24 who received the title of “Laureate of the First Degree” after winning FIRST PLACE in the “La Culture Slave a Paris” International Piano Competition held by Vision Euro Media. Rayyan performed the song Hugarian Sonata composed by Richard Clayderman, and his performance was judged by European music professionals in Paris, France. Rayyan has been playing the piano for 6 years with his teacher, Mrs. Maria Selpackis, and he loves the piano as it allows him to “express his feelings and emotions through music and song.” Congratulations, Rayyan!


Jodi Picoult will be speaking virtually to Cannon on Tuesday, May 25th at 11:30 am.Picoult, a graduate of Princeton and Harvard University, is a New York Times Bestselling author who has written 26 books that have been translated into 34 languages in 35 countries. Her works include Small Great Things, My Sister’s Keeper, and A Spark of Light. 

 
If you can attend, please join Mr. Smith’s Zoom link below or go to his room in the English hallway. 

https://cannonschool-org.zoom.us/j/7567494014#success


 

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DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 5.20.21



“If an egg is broken by outside force, life ends. If broken by inside force, life begins. Great things always begin from inside. –Unknown


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This week’s schedule: 

 


 


Bernard Boon demonstrated INTEGRITY when he admitted he had seen an answer on a quiz. Way to go, Bernard!

Sam Lack demonstrated KINDNESS when he paid for his Advisory to purchase a fun avatar for the Advisory battleship competition. So much funSam, thanks!!

Chandra Pridgen demonstrated KINDNESS when she brought in a Panera breakfast for her whole Yearbook staff! You’re the best, Chandra!


 

Fiona Chen

Drake Griffith



 

We have all kinds of opportunities for every interest:

  • 1st Job? No problem. We will teach you what it means to be part of a winning team.
  • Team work, sense of urgency, communication, customer service
  • Looking for career opportunities? Amazing! We are currently growing at a fast pace. We are looking to groom people from within to fill prominent rolls in all our stores. If you have the desire, we have the ability to take you from employee to manager!
  • Need a part time job? No problem! We have flexible hours to best suit our needs.
  • Under 18? Not a problem. We adhere to the NC DOL laws.

 

Benefits:

  • Flexible schedule, hourly pay in addition to tips. We start at $10/hour + tips.
  • Free sub when you work 4 hrs and 50% off for you even if you don’t work.
  • Resume builder and promotions within the company.
  • Strong bonds with coworkers

 

If you are looking for a job that will provide you a foundation for later in life… WE WILL PREPARE YOU. If you already have some experience and want to move up the ladder… WE WILL COACH YOU THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS.

 

Please reach out to:

Kevin at 549-9003, store location 9211-12 North Tryon St, Charlotte, NC

Laura at 704-792-0652, store location 6028 Bayfield Pkwy, Concord, NC

Melissa at 704-788-7725, store location 300 Copperfield Blvd, Concord, NC

Charity at 704-638-0097, store location 914 E Innes St, Salisbury, NC

Ben at 704-827-9032, store location 7260 NC-73 Suite 113, Denver, NC

Ebony at 336-893-9044, store location 1314 Creekshire Way, Winstom-Salem, NC

Kyle at 336-777-1122, store location 2291 Cloverdale Ave, Winston-Salem, NC

*  Leave your contact info and I will be in touch very soon. I look forward to meeting you.



 



Dear House Humanitas,

We would love for you to help design our house t-shirts for next year! If your t-shirt design is chosen, you will receive a $25 Amazon gift card and donuts for your advisory! Submit your design or idea to this Google Form by this Friday, May 21! Thank you! 

Thanks,

Humanitas Leadership Team


Congratulations to Rayyan Syed ‘24 who received the title of “Laureate of the First Degree” after winning FIRST PLACE in the “La Culture Slave a Paris” International Piano Competition held by Vision Euro Media. Rayyan performed the song Hugarian Sonata composed by Richard Clayderman, and his performance was judged by European music professionals in Paris, France. Rayyan has been playing the piano for 6 years with his teacher, Mrs. Maria Selpackis, and he loves the piano as it allows him to “express his feelings and emotions through music and song.” Congratulations, Rayyan!


Jodi Picoult will be speaking virtually to Cannon on Tuesday, May 25th at 11:30 am.Picoult, a graduate of Princeton and Harvard University, is a New York Times Bestselling author who has written 26 books that have been translated into 34 languages in 35 countries. Her works include Small Great Things, My Sister’s Keeper, and A Spark of Light. 

 
If you can attend, please join Mr. Smith’s Zoom link below or go to his room in the English hallway. 

https://cannonschool-org.zoom.us/j/7567494014#success


 

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DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 5.19.21



“Trade your expectation to appreciation and the world changes instantly.”-Tony Robbins


Gossage Cup

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This week’s schedule: 

 


 


Lia Easton, Alicia Equan, Ava Robinson, Maya Goldsberry, Amaya King and Kyndal Perry exhibited superb TEAMWORK as they planned a well-executed surprise farewell party for Ms. Harley.

Shoutout to Trin Mathis for her KINDNESS and helping a friend set up for Ms. Harley’s party. 


 

Tag DuMond

Malachi Johnson

Lillian Holliway



Dear House Humanitas,

We would love for you to help design our house t-shirts for next year! If your t-shirt design is chosen, you will receive a $25 Amazon gift card and donuts for your advisory! Submit your design or idea to this Google Form by this Friday, May 21! Thank you! 

Thanks,

Humanitas Leadership Team



Congratulations to Rayyan Syed ‘24 who received the title of “Laureate of the First Degree” after winning FIRST PLACE in the “La Culture Slave a Paris” International Piano Competition held by Vision Euro Media. Rayyan performed the song Hugarian Sonata composed by Richard Clayderman, and his performance was judged by European music professionals in Paris, France. Rayyan has been playing the piano for 6 years with his teacher, Mrs. Maria Selpackis, and he loves the piano as it allows him to “express his feelings and emotions through music and song.” Congratulations, Rayyan!


Jodi Picoult will be speaking virtually to Cannon on Tuesday, May 25th at 11:30 am.Picoult, a graduate of Princeton and Harvard University, is a New York Times Bestselling author who has written 26 books that have been translated into 34 languages in 35 countries. Her works include Small Great Things, My Sister’s Keeper, and A Spark of Light. 

 
If you can attend, please join Mr. Smith’s Zoom link below or go to his room in the English hallway. 

https://cannonschool-org.zoom.us/j/7567494014#success


 

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