” Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.” Lord of the Rings
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Chris Batchelor showed KINDENESS to a teacher when helped carry heavy books to a room.
Caroline Schauder, Erin Mason, Kendall Thomas and Mackenzie O’brien demonstrated PASSSION for service with the Admission Office by signing up for Student Ambassadors and completing the Admission Office Student Ambassador Questionnaire (which is required to be an active ambassador for 2013- 2014).The Admission Office would like to recognize and commend them for their dedication to the mission of helping our office as we work with potential student applicants, families, and the greater community to share information about Cannon School.
Are you looking for something to do this weekend? The 38th annual UNC Charlotte International Festival is this Saturday, September 28th from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Barnhardt Student Activities Center on the UNC Charlotte campus. The festival showcases the cultures of over 50 nations. Visitors to the festival will see art, crafts, costumes, and foods unique to each participating country. The festival is free!
We have a lower school family who is new to the area and looking for an upper school student or students who might be interested in babysitting. Looking for someone who can drive and who lives near Mooresville, Davidson or Cornelius. If interested, please email Mrs. Pinto @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a meeting of all students who are interested in swimming for Cannon this winter Today September 25 at 11:15 am in Foundation Hall.
Varsity Softball Workouts will begin this week. We have scheduled these for Wednesdays and Thursdays for the next few weeks. If you are interested in working out for the upcoming season, please be at the field by 3:30. Workouts will begin at 3:40 and should end around 5 – 5:15. Players will need to wear long softball / baseball style pants. Wear cleats if you have them. Workouts will revolve around conditioning and fundamentals. Hope to see everyone there!
SCAD Rep will be in Foundation Hall on Thursday during A-block, B-block and F-block.
Catie Kuralt (2017) is forming a team for “Light the Night Walk” on Saturday, November 2nd at Romare Bearden Park in Charlotte, NC. “Light the Night Walk” is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s evening walk and fundraising event. Please email Catie (email@example.com) or visit http://pages.lightthenight.org/nc/Charlnc13/WeAreFamily if you are interested in participating.
Freshmen: Student Council speeches will be delivered in Taylor Hall Oct 7 during student life. If you have not turned in your speech to Mrs. Ramsey, please do so by 3 pm today.
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: September 25: Denison University, Ohio, SCAD,Wesleyan University, Roanoke College, University of Southern California, September 26: Lafayette College, Presbyterian College, Haverford College, St. John’s University- Manhattan campus, Georgia Institute of Technology, Providence College, Depau University, Case Western Reserve University, Vanderbilt University. September 27: Emory University, Mercer University, Miami University Oxford, Sewanee: The university of the south, University of Tulsa, Pace University, St. Joseph’s University,
SENIORS – Have you been contacted by an organization named QUESTBRIDGE? If you have heard from this organization by email or snail mail, please let your college counselor know right away. This is a wonderful organization that matches eligible students to high quality colleges and universities. The deadline to apply for this college matching process is September 27. Please let your counselor know if you have been offered this
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