ADVISORY AGENDA 1.17.20 (No Drop)

“Kindness is loaning someone your strength instead of reminding them of their weakness.” -Unknown


Gossage Cup

88 10 91 49

 

Marielle Bumgarner

Riley Glasgow

John Luke Godino



Esther Burlington and Nicky Thompson exhibited COURAGE when they ventured out of their normal coterie to (gasp!) sit on the opposite side of the room and engage in conversation with different people.

Jasmine McRae was an exceptional team player by allowing another lab group to borrow her apple adapter so they could accomplish a lab.

Kate Nelson and Morgan Stilphen showed KINDNESS by taking a ton of pizza boxes to the dumpster for House Humanitas!

Matthew Leonard demonstrated PASSION when he discussed some new material he learned in class this year with a former teacher, making connections with prior knowledge.


*** The votes are in, and the themes for Spirit Week (1/21-24) are as follows: pajama day on Tuesday (1/21), jersey day on Wednesday (1/22), color wars on Thursday, 1/23 (freshmen wear white, sophomores wear black, juniors wear blue, and seniors wear pink), and dress-down on Friday (1/24). We look forward to seeing you all in costume!

The Student Council is hosting an open forum, where will answer questions from you! Come to Foundation Hall on Friday, January 24th during lunch!


During New Student Seminar, the class of 2023 was tasked with signing up for and keeping at least ONE Academic Coaching (ACC) appointment this school year.  Those who did so in 1st semester were entered into a raffle for gift cards to Chick-Fil-A or Starbucks. Congratulations to our raffle winners – Chase Erdin, Helen Craft, and Gregory Olson!

Trouble getting or staying organized?  Difficulty managing your time? Need an accountability partner to help keep your goals on track? Looking for some fresh study or work space scenery? Absences or early dismissals got you feeling behind? How can Academic Coaching at Cannon (ACC) help you push to a strong finish for Trimester 2?

Academic Coaching (Room 606) resumes Wednesday, Jan. 22 – time slots are available! Our Academic Coaching team  (Mr. Hatcher, Mrs. Calles, Mrs. Kulp, Mrs. Mattsson, Mr. Smith, and Mrs. Miller) are ready to support YOU in the way YOU choose!  YOU decide date and time of appointment, frequency of appointments (3x is recommended!), length of appointment, and the content of appointment.

Use the ACADEMIC COACHING QR CODES posted throughout the building and outside teachers’ classrooms to secure an appointment with one of our AWESOME Academic Coaches! If you need help signing up for an appointment, please reach out directly to Mrs. Kulp (jkulp@cannonschool.org).


The Halfway There Winter Dance is right around the corner on Saturday, January 25th! Halfway There is a time to celebrate that we are halfway through the school year and for seniors, halfway to graduation. This year’s dance is a semi-formal dance with the theme “ A Winter Wonderland.” Join us for a fabulous dance, great desserts, and a night of fun and entertainment!  Seniors will need to plan to arrive by 6:00pm while all others should arrive at 7:00pm.

Tickets will officially go on sale today, Wednesday, January 15th and the link is now active. Pre-order ticket sales officially end on Thursday, January 23rd because we have to have a final count for food. The tickets are $12 in advance from January 14th-January 23rd and $15 if you are late to purchase including buying tickets at the door. (All tickets at the door will be billed to your account if you do not have exact change. No checks are accepted at the door.) You may get tickets by responding on the Google form at the link below. For your convenience, you may choose to bill your account for the cost of the ticket. You may also get tickets from Ms. Eury in room #701.

See Ms. Eury for more details or if you have any questions!


The password for EBSCO was changed over the winter break.  Please refer to the EBSCO tab on the library page for the new password.


Students for Constitutional Government will be meeting Friday, January 17th in Foundation Hall. The topic of our discussion will be “What is the role of government?” and “What is the proper balance of local and federal power?”


There are a few cars in the parking lot with no parking sticker. You are strongly encouraged to reach out to Dean Williams to take care of this matter.  The goal is to have 100% of all cars with parking stickers. If you need it, below you will find the Campus Parking Form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1o3PRi19US35-6q_iFWkvLL8TiqymQp9w0hgdVhKwvX4/edit


Spring 2020 Driver Education Program

This year, Cannon School has contracted with a local company to offer a driver education program during the spring semester. Classes and behind-the-wheel instruction will be provided by WatsOnWheels (https://www.watsonwheelsnc.com/).  WatsOnWheels has agreed to offer Cannon students a discount and provide the course for $350 per student.  The classes will be held Monday, March 23rd to Friday, April 3rd in Foundation Hall from 3:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.

Students must be 14½ years of age when the classes begin to be eligible to register. To complete the class, students must have thirty hours of class time and six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction.

After the class portion is complete, the instructor will coordinate with students individually to complete the behind-the-wheel requirements during their school drop periods or after school hours.

The $350 fee is due on the first day of class and may be charged to the student’s Cannon School account or paid in the form of a check made out to “Watson Wheels LLC”.

To register for the spring driver education class, please complete this Google Form

https://forms.gle/MsmkCp5uGRTwfMFSA


What: Lunch & Learn on Gap Year Experiences presented by Cannon College Counseling and Rustic Pathways

When:  January 23rd 11:15 a.m.

Where: The Cube

Who: All Upper School Students interested in adventure, service, travel, and career exploration!

Spend your lunch in The Cube learning about how to plan a Gap Year; timing, options,

implementation, and costs will be discussed as well as how a Gap Year is truly viewed by colleges.

 


 

Seniors –

Please bring your laptops and report to the following rooms for Student Life with College Counseling on THURSDAY:

McClanahan advisees                    the Annex

Segura advisees                               the Commons

Wilner advisees                               the CUBE

 

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ADVISORY AGENDA 1.16.20 (No Drop)

“Stop being afraid of what could go wrong, and start being excited of what could go right.” -Tony Robbins


Gossage Cup

88 10 91 49

Shritan Reddy



Caeden Otey displayed KINDNESS as he helped a staff member carry something to her car.

Mary Folds, Sydney Wood, Gabby Holliway, Maddie Johnson, and Maddie Reiss showed KINDNESS when they came into school over winter break to help with an Admission marketing initiative.



***During New Student Seminar, the class of 2023 was tasked with signing up for and keeping at least ONE Academic Coaching (ACC) appointment this school year.  Those who did so in 1st semester were entered into a raffle for gift cards to Chick-Fil-A or Starbucks. Congratulations to our raffle winners – Chase Erdin, Helen Craft, and Gregory Olson!

Trouble getting or staying organized?  Difficulty managing your time? Need an accountability partner to help keep your goals on track? Looking for some fresh study or work space scenery? Absences or early dismissals got you feeling behind? How can Academic Coaching at Cannon (ACC) help you push to a strong finish for Trimester 2?

Academic Coaching (Room 606) resumes Wednesday, Jan. 22 – time slots are available! Our Academic Coaching team  (Mr. Hatcher, Mrs. Calles, Mrs. Kulp, Mrs. Mattsson, Mr. Smith, and Mrs. Miller) are ready to support YOU in the way YOU choose!  YOU decide date and time of appointment, frequency of appointments (3x is recommended!), length of appointment, and the content of appointment.

Use the ACADEMIC COACHING QR CODES posted throughout the building and outside teachers’ classrooms to secure an appointment with one of our AWESOME Academic Coaches! If you need help signing up for an appointment, please reach out directly to Mrs. Kulp (jkulp@cannonschool.org).


*** The Halfway There Winter Dance is right around the corner on Saturday, January 25th! Halfway There is a time to celebrate that we are halfway through the school year and for seniors, halfway to graduation. This year’s dance is a semi-formal dance with the theme “ A Winter Wonderland.” Join us for a fabulous dance, great desserts, and a night of fun and entertainment!  Seniors will need to plan to arrive by 6:00pm while all others should arrive at 7:00pm.

Tickets will officially go on sale today, Wednesday, January 15th and the link is now active. Pre-order ticket sales officially end on Thursday, January 23rd because we have to have a final count for food. The tickets are $12 in advance from January 14th-January 23rd and $15 if you are late to purchase including buying tickets at the door. (All tickets at the door will be billed to your account if you do not have exact change. No checks are accepted at the door.) You may get tickets by responding on the Google form at the link below. For your convenience, you may choose to bill your account for the cost of the ticket. You may also get tickets from Ms. Eury in room #701.

See Ms. Eury for more details or if you have any questions!


*** The password for EBSCO was changed over the winter break.  Please refer to the EBSCO tab on the library page for the new password.


Students for Constitutional Government will be meeting Friday, January 17th in Foundation Hall. The topic of our discussion will be “What is the role of government?” and “What is the proper balance of local and federal power?”


There are a few cars in the parking lot with no parking sticker. You are strongly encouraged to reach out to Dean Williams to take care of this matter.  The goal is to have 100% of all cars with parking stickers. If you need it, below you will find the Campus Parking Form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1o3PRi19US35-6q_iFWkvLL8TiqymQp9w0hgdVhKwvX4/edit


Spring 2020 Driver Education Program

This year, Cannon School has contracted with a local company to offer a driver education program during the spring semester. Classes and behind-the-wheel instruction will be provided by WatsOnWheels (https://www.watsonwheelsnc.com/).  WatsOnWheels has agreed to offer Cannon students a discount and provide the course for $350 per student.  The classes will be held Monday, March 23rd to Friday, April 3rd in Foundation Hall from 3:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.

Students must be 14½ years of age when the classes begin to be eligible to register. To complete the class, students must have thirty hours of class time and six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction.

After the class portion is complete, the instructor will coordinate with students individually to complete the behind-the-wheel requirements during their school drop periods or after school hours.

The $350 fee is due on the first day of class and may be charged to the student’s Cannon School account or paid in the form of a check made out to “Watson Wheels LLC”.

To register for the spring driver education class, please complete this Google Form

https://forms.gle/MsmkCp5uGRTwfMFSA


What: Lunch & Learn on Gap Year Experiences presented by Cannon College Counseling and Rustic Pathways

When:  January 23rd 11:15 a.m.

Where: The Cube

Who: All Upper School Students interested in adventure, service, travel, and career exploration!

Spend your lunch in The Cube learning about how to plan a Gap Year; timing, options,

implementation, and costs will be discussed as well as how a Gap Year is truly viewed by colleges.

 


 

Seniors –

Please bring your laptops and report to the following rooms for Student Life with College Counseling on THURSDAY:

McClanahan advisees                    the Annex

Segura advisees                               the Commons

Wilner advisees                               the CUBE

 

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ADVISORY AGENDA 1.15.20 (Social Studies Drops)

“Your only limitation is your imagination.” -Zig Zagler


Gossage Cup

88 10 91 49

Andy Harris

Jackson Maynor



Caeden Otey displayed KINDNESS as he helped a staff member carry something to her car.



*** The Halfway There Winter Dance is right around the corner on Saturday, January 25th! Halfway There is a time to celebrate that we are halfway through the school year and for seniors, halfway to graduation. This year’s dance is a semi-formal dance with the theme “ A Winter Wonderland.” Join us for a fabulous dance, great desserts, and a night of fun and entertainment!  Seniors will need to plan to arrive by 6:00pm while all others should arrive at 7:00pm.

Tickets will officially go on sale today, Wednesday, January 15th and the link is now active. Pre-order ticket sales officially end on Thursday, January 23rd because we have to have a final count for food. The tickets are $12 in advance from January 14th-January 23rd and $15 if you are late to purchase including buying tickets at the door. (All tickets at the door will be billed to your account if you do not have exact change. No checks are accepted at the door.) You may get tickets by responding on the Google form at the link below. For your convenience, you may choose to bill your account for the cost of the ticket. You may also get tickets from Ms. Eury in room #701.

See Ms. Eury for more details or if you have any questions!


*** The password for EBSCO was changed over the winter break.  Please refer to the EBSCO tab on the library page for the new password.


Students for Constitutional Government will be meeting Friday, January 17th in Foundation Hall. The topic of our discussion will be “What is the role of government?” and “What is the proper balance of local and federal power?”


There are a few cars in the parking lot with no parking sticker. You are strongly encouraged to reach out to Dean Williams to take care of this matter.  The goal is to have 100% of all cars with parking stickers. If you need it, below you will find the Campus Parking Form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1o3PRi19US35-6q_iFWkvLL8TiqymQp9w0hgdVhKwvX4/edit


Spring 2020 Driver Education Program

This year, Cannon School has contracted with a local company to offer a driver education program during the spring semester. Classes and behind-the-wheel instruction will be provided by WatsOnWheels (https://www.watsonwheelsnc.com/).  WatsOnWheels has agreed to offer Cannon students a discount and provide the course for $350 per student.  The classes will be held Monday, March 23rd to Friday, April 3rd in Foundation Hall from 3:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.

Students must be 14½ years of age when the classes begin to be eligible to register. To complete the class, students must have thirty hours of class time and six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction.

After the class portion is complete, the instructor will coordinate with students individually to complete the behind-the-wheel requirements during their school drop periods or after school hours.

The $350 fee is due on the first day of class and may be charged to the student’s Cannon School account or paid in the form of a check made out to “Watson Wheels LLC”.

To register for the spring driver education class, please complete this Google Form

https://forms.gle/MsmkCp5uGRTwfMFSA


Trouble getting or staying organized?  Difficulty managing your time? Need an accountability partner to help keep your goals on track? Looking for some fresh work or study space scenery? Absences or early dismissals got you feeling behind? How can Academic Coaching at Cannon (ACC) help you push to a strong finish for Trimester 1?

Sign up for an academic coaching session (Room 606) – time slots are available this week! Our Academic Coaching team (Mrs. Weakland, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Hatcher, Mrs. Calles, and Mrs. Mattsson) are ready to support YOU in the way YOU choose!  YOU decide date and time of appointment, frequency of appointments (3x is recommended!), length of appointment, and the content of appointment.

Use the ACADEMIC COACHING QR CODES posted throughout the building and outside teachers’ classrooms to secure an appointment with one of our AWESOME Academic Coaches!


What: Lunch & Learn on Gap Year Experiences presented by Cannon College Counseling and Rustic Pathways

When:  January 23rd 11:15 a.m.

Where: The Cube

Who: All Upper School Students interested in adventure, service, travel, and career exploration!

Spend your lunch in The Cube learning about how to plan a Gap Year; timing, options,

implementation, and costs will be discussed as well as how a Gap Year is truly viewed by colleges.

 


 

Seniors –

Please bring your laptops and report to the following rooms for Student Life with College Counseling on THURSDAY:

McClanahan advisees                    the Annex

Segura advisees                               the Commons

Wilner advisees                               the CUBE

 

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ADVISORY AGENDA 1.14.20 (Math Drops)

“Today is a new day that has been handed to you for shaping. You have the tools, now get out there and create a masterpiece.” -Steve Maraboli


Gossage Cup

88 10 91 49

Mrs. Reulbach



Nicky Thompson, Alicia Equan, Helen Craft, Chandra Pridgen, Maddie Reiss, Anshul Patel, Sarah Leonard, Matthew Leonard, Jack McDermott, Lauren Skolaris, Anna Ruth Morrison, Nadia Ristich, Robert Walley, Jackson Lods, Sydney Wood showed PASSION when they volunteered to help guide prospective students on tours and talk with them about Cannon.



***The password for EBSCO was changed over the winter break.  Please refer to the EBSCO tab on the library page for the new password.


*** Students for Constitutional Government will be meeting Friday, January 17th in Foundation Hall. The topic of our discussion will be “What is the role of government?” and “What is the proper balance of local and federal power?”


*** There are a few cars in the parking lot with no parking sticker. You are strongly encouraged to reach out to Dean Williams to take care of this matter.  The goal is to have 100% of all cars with parking stickers. If you need it, below you will find the Campus Parking Form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1o3PRi19US35-6q_iFWkvLL8TiqymQp9w0hgdVhKwvX4/edit


***Spring 2020 Driver Education Program

This year, Cannon School has contracted with a local company to offer a driver education program during the spring semester. Classes and behind-the-wheel instruction will be provided by WatsOnWheels (https://www.watsonwheelsnc.com/).  WatsOnWheels has agreed to offer Cannon students a discount and provide the course for $350 per student.  The classes will be held Monday, March 23rd to Friday, April 3rd in Foundation Hall from 3:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.

Students must be 14½ years of age when the classes begin to be eligible to register. To complete the class, students must have thirty hours of class time and six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction.

After the class portion is complete, the instructor will coordinate with students individually to complete the behind-the-wheel requirements during their school drop periods or after school hours.

The $350 fee is due on the first day of class and may be charged to the student’s Cannon School account or paid in the form of a check made out to “Watson Wheels LLC”.

To register for the spring driver education class, please complete this Google Form

https://forms.gle/MsmkCp5uGRTwfMFSA


Trouble getting or staying organized?  Difficulty managing your time? Need an accountability partner to help keep your goals on track? Looking for some fresh work or study space scenery? Absences or early dismissals got you feeling behind? How can Academic Coaching at Cannon (ACC) help you push to a strong finish for Trimester 1?

Sign up for an academic coaching session (Room 606) – time slots are available this week! Our Academic Coaching team (Mrs. Weakland, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Hatcher, Mrs. Calles, and Mrs. Mattsson) are ready to support YOU in the way YOU choose!  YOU decide date and time of appointment, frequency of appointments (3x is recommended!), length of appointment, and the content of appointment.

Use the ACADEMIC COACHING QR CODES posted throughout the building and outside teachers’ classrooms to secure an appointment with one of our AWESOME Academic Coaches!


What: Lunch & Learn on Gap Year Experiences presented by Cannon College Counseling and Rustic Pathways

When:  January 23rd 11:15 a.m.

Where: The Cube

Who: All Upper School Students interested in adventure, service, travel, and career exploration!

Spend your lunch in The Cube learning about how to plan a Gap Year; timing, options,

implementation, and costs will be discussed as well as how a Gap Year is truly viewed by colleges.

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ADVISORY AGENDA 1.13.20 (English Drops)

“The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that one is loved; loved for one’s own self, or rather, loved in spite of one’s self.” -Victor Hugo


Gossage Cup

88 10 91 49

Today: Hannah Rosa

Birthdays celebrated over the break:

1-11: Katie Caplan, Anna Dula, Gaby Phillips, Anna DuMond, Molly Morrison and Charlie Carr

1-10: Steven Lark

1-8: Mr. Davis, Hannah Shiffert and Liam Peterson

1-7: Mr. Scurlock

1-5: Riley Venos

1-4: Meghan Stengel, Zach Kellman and Charlie Titus

1-3: Mary Margaret Ellis and Declan Hurley

1-2: Megyn Diehl

1-1: C.J. Newton and Luke Thomas

12-31: Ms. Harley and Emma Wittgraefe

12-30: Natalie Ray and Eli Mather

12-28: Katherine Calcagno, Holly Springate and Jack Field

12-27: Chrissy Stamey, Jadon Bumgarner and Heath Garven

12-26: Olivia Lee

12-24: Isabella Orth and Deven Dighe

12-23: Jannelle Walker

12-22: AJ Pierce and Marques Walker

12-21: Will Butow



Brie Biddle demonstrated KINDNESS when she personally delivered gifts from classmates to Mrs. Coughlin’s home when she was sick.

Hayes Leatherman and Payton Collins showed KINDNESS as they helped a fellow student jump his car in the student parking lot.



Model UN team members: We will have TRIP MEETINGS for JHUMUNC and NHSMUN TODAY ON OUR FIRST DAY BACK TO SCHOOL. Students going to JHU will meet with Mr. Kmidowski. Students going to New York will meet with Mrs. Shaefer. We will divide up library space. See you for MUNday lunch!!!!


Trouble getting or staying organized?  Difficulty managing your time? Need an accountability partner to help keep your goals on track? Looking for some fresh work or study space scenery? Absences or early dismissals got you feeling behind? How can Academic Coaching at Cannon (ACC) help you push to a strong finish for Trimester 1?

Sign up for an academic coaching session (Room 606) – time slots are available this week! Our Academic Coaching team (Mrs. Weakland, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Hatcher, Mrs. Calles, and Mrs. Mattsson) are ready to support YOU in the way YOU choose!  YOU decide date and time of appointment, frequency of appointments (3x is recommended!), length of appointment, and the content of appointment.

Use the ACADEMIC COACHING QR CODES posted throughout the building and outside teachers’ classrooms to secure an appointment with one of our AWESOME Academic Coaches!


What: Lunch & Learn on Gap Year Experiences presented by Cannon College Counseling and Rustic Pathways

When:  January 23rd 11:15 a.m.

Where: The Cube

Who: All Upper School Students interested in adventure, service, travel, and career exploration!

Spend your lunch in The Cube learning about how to plan a Gap Year; timing, options,

implementation, and costs will be discussed as well as how a Gap Year is truly viewed by colleges.

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ADVISORY AGENDA 12.19.19 (No Drop)

“I cannot give you the formula for success, but I can give you the formula for failure–It is: Try to please everybody.” -Herbert Bayard Swope


Gossage Cup

88 10 91 49

Nick Reulbach

Jake Seeber

Grey Mills 



Colin Bullard, Robert Walley, David Wheeler and Ethan Little displayed KINDNESS and RESPECT as they helped bring out the heavy scrapped wood bin from the Mill to the dumpster.

Maddie Reiss, Sammie Johnson, and Harshini Gadudasu showed TEAMWORK when they cleaned up the messy sophomore hallway.

Jaime Landau displayed TEAMWORK because he is always available to help his peers and teacher in using new software.

I would like to recognize Gabby Holloway, Mitch Jeter and Victoria Schneider for demonstrating all six core values, but especially COURAGE in giving their time last night to sit on a student panel at our coaches meeting. Their open, honest, unguarded dialogue was incredibly valuable!!




The Cannon Student Council is collecting ground coffee for active-duty military in Qatar. We are hoping to collect 50 bags so that our nation’s warriors will have an ample supply of their favorite beverage!

Please bring in your coffee Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday and put it in the bin in the Atrium. Put a post-it on the coffee with your name, as the advisory who donates the most coffee will get a free Chick-Fil-A or Krispy Kreme breakfast!


Join us for a father/daughter evening filled with fun, food, and dancing as we light up the night with a glow party.

Saturday, January 11, 2020

7:00-10:00p.m. in the Blue Gym

Please RSVP by submitting the form below by January 6.

www.cannonschool.org/dance

 


Trouble getting or staying organized?  Difficulty managing your time? Need an accountability partner to help keep your goals on track? Looking for some fresh work or study space scenery? Absences or early dismissals got you feeling behind? How can Academic Coaching at Cannon (ACC) help you push to a strong finish for Trimester 1?

Sign up for an academic coaching session (Room 606) – time slots are available this week! Our Academic Coaching team (Mrs. Weakland, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Hatcher, Mrs. Calles, and Mrs. Mattsson) are ready to support YOU in the way YOU choose!  YOU decide date and time of appointment, frequency of appointments (3x is recommended!), length of appointment, and the content of appointment.

Use the ACADEMIC COACHING QR CODES posted throughout the building and outside teachers’ classrooms to secure an appointment with one of our AWESOME Academic Coaches!

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ADVISORY AGENDA 12.18.19 (No Drop)

“Fall seven times and stand up eight.” -Japanese Proverb


Gossage Cup

88 10 91 49

 

No birthdays. 



Will Zandhuis and Lia Easton demonstrated Teamwork in organizing and leading the Eye to Eye Winter Celebration for middle school mentees and their families.  It was a wonderful event!  Thank you for your leadership and hard work!

AJ Arledge, Grace Dutton, Lillian Holliway, Jacob Lafferty, Kate Nelson, and Allie Coffey demonstrated Passion and Respect in leading their middle school mentees and their families through a series of arts and crafts projects while sharing about their experiences in Eye to Eye.  You are awesome!!!

The Eye to Eye mentorship team would like to celebrate Rebecca Hurtado and Ksenya Englesby for demonstrating Kindness, as they helped by creating samples of the arts and crafts for middle school mentees and their families.

Quentin Clarke displayed KINDNESS as he helped clean up the floors in the Mill after class was over.

Maddie Reiss, Sammie Johnson, and Harshini Gadudasu showed TEAMWORK when they cleaned up the messy sophomore hallway!



***Leadership Lunch TODAY will feature Cannon parent (and BJJ blue belt), Walter Joyce!  Come and learn about being an effective communicator!


The Cannon Student Council is collecting ground coffee for active-duty military in Qatar. We are hoping to collect 50 bags so that our nation’s warriors will have an ample supply of their favorite beverage!

Please bring in your coffee Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday and put it in the bin in the Atrium. Put a post-it on the coffee with your name, as the advisory who donates the most coffee will get a free Chick-Fil-A or Krispy Kreme breakfast!


Join us for a father/daughter evening filled with fun, food, and dancing as we light up the night with a glow party.

Saturday, January 11, 2020

7:00-10:00p.m. in the Blue Gym

Please RSVP by submitting the form below by January 6.

www.cannonschool.org/dance

 


Trouble getting or staying organized?  Difficulty managing your time? Need an accountability partner to help keep your goals on track? Looking for some fresh work or study space scenery? Absences or early dismissals got you feeling behind? How can Academic Coaching at Cannon (ACC) help you push to a strong finish for Trimester 1?

Sign up for an academic coaching session (Room 606) – time slots are available this week! Our Academic Coaching team (Mrs. Weakland, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Hatcher, Mrs. Calles, and Mrs. Mattsson) are ready to support YOU in the way YOU choose!  YOU decide date and time of appointment, frequency of appointments (3x is recommended!), length of appointment, and the content of appointment.

Use the ACADEMIC COACHING QR CODES posted throughout the building and outside teachers’ classrooms to secure an appointment with one of our AWESOME Academic Coaches!

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