ADVISORY AGENDA 10/8

“The goal is not perfection but rather a posture of moving toward healthy habits and characteristics.”— Brad Lomenick

                                    

 

House Standings

Animus Shield Humanitas Shield 2 Impetus Shield Humanitas Shield 2

288

266

317

287

Happy Birthday:

Core Values:

Morgan Batley showed PASSION for politics by creating an advertisement for a teacher.

The Dunn Advisory showed KINDNESS when they sent a get well video to Mr. Dunn’s daughter.

Claudia Michaels showed INTEGRITY by staying after class to clean up the lab during her drop.

Tyler Terveer and Sara Serulneck showed INTEGRITY by staying after class to clean up the lab during her drop.

Public Proclamations:

Due to the weather last week, Concert in the Quad has been rescheduled to today’s lunch! We have very talented acts signed up – you don’t want to miss it! 

There will be a MANDATORY meeting TODAY (October 8) during lunch in Coach Kulp’s room (612) for any girl planning to try out for basketball this season. Important information regarding tryout and practice times, game schedule, and spirit pack orders will be discussed.  Please make plans to attend!

The Spectrum Advisory Board will be hosting our first panel discussion in light of Hispanic Heritage month. Hispanic Americans within the Cannon School community will be sharing their personal experiences about being Hispanic in the USA.  Come out and support these individuals while they share a personal perspective.  We will meet during lunch TOMMOROW in Foundation Hall.  See Dean Zelaya if you have any questions.

TODAY is National Coming Out Day, a day for LGBTQIA+ people across America to embrace who they really are and come out to their friends and family. We hope to see you sporting purple!

Update on Driver’s Education Options The state legislature recently passed the budget which includes funding for driver’s education. This means that Cabarrus County Schools will again be offering driver’s education classes. All of our students are eligible to take the classes offered by Cabarrus County Schools since funding is tied to the county in which a student attends school. However, they have not determined if they will be able to offer those classes at Cannon or if our students would need to attend at a local public school. As soon as we have more information from Cabarrus County Schools, we will share it with you. In addition, Cannon will offer classes on campus through Helms Driving School on Friday, October 9, Saturday, October 10, and Sunday, October 11, and again on Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18. All classes will be from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. each day. To register for these classes, please e-mail Joy Pinto. Helms also offers weekend classes (over the course of three weekends) at their facility in Charlotte. Licensing requirements mandate 30 hours of classroom instruction, followed by six hours of behind the wheel instruction with a licensed instructor.

About The Dean Team

Student Life: Our passion is to know our students, create an unforgettable high school experience, celebrate student achievement; and to empower every student to know themselves, own their actions, seek adventure, conquer challenges, lead others, and pursue balance.
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