ADVISORY AGENDA 1/13

“Human beings were given a left foot and a right foot to make a mistake first to the left, then to the right, left again and repeat.”— Buckminster Fuller

House Standings

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Zach Venos showed INTEGRITY when found cash laying in the freshmen hallway and turned it into Ms. Pinto – Thank you Zach for your honesty!

Abigail Hedgecock, Tyler Bell and Achsah Koshy demonstrated TEAMWORK when the helped Dean Zelaya take some trash out to the dumpsters. Thanks, girls!  

 Public Proclamations:

Final girls Upper School interest meeting for spring 2016 SOCCER will be Wednesday, January 13 at 11:40am in the Library Annex.  Please bring your lunch if necessary.

There will be a mandatory meeting for all students considering participating in Track and Field this spring.  We will meet TODAY 1/13 during student choice (9:50 – 10:15) in room 609.  If you are even considering being on the team, please come so that we can get you necessary information and uniform sizing taken care of for any new athletes.  If you absolutely cannot make it to the meeting, please see coach Campbell as soon as possible.

There will be a brief meeting TODAY, January 13 at 11:15 am in the Community Room of the Middle School (No food is allowed) for all students interested in playing lacrosse this spring.  Please meet Coach Schattner for important information regarding the lacrosse season.

Attention Sophomores – You will be meeting with College Counseling on Wednesday during Student Life.  Please bring your laptops. Room assignments are as follows:

Shandley (Integritas) – Ms Huffman’s Room
Segura (Animus) – Ms Mattson’s Room
McClanahan (Humanitas) – Ms Morrell’s Room
Mee (Impetus) – Ms Reulbach’s Room

775 million is the global number of adults who cannot read. 80% of students in South Africa have no library. How can you help? Donate books!!!   Between January 11th and April 29th, in the Atrium and in front of Foundation Hall, there will be labeled boxes for book donations. Bring in books and place them in the box. It’s that easy! The books will be sent to Books For Africa and the Cabarrus Literacy Council. With your help, we can bring the number of illiterate people down!(Questions? Email Daphne or Caitlyn at dreynolds@cannonschool.org or ckunkle@cannonschool.org)

Are you ready for the new SAT test format? The Winter Princeton Review SAT Prep Course prepares students for the new format which starts with the March 5 test. The course runs from January 23 through February 27, meeting select Saturdays and Tuesdays and Thursday evenings. Pre-registration is required.

Camp Cannon is now accepting applications for Jr. Counselor positions for the summer of 2016. Applications can be found in the US office and must be returned to the Enrichment Office no later than January 22nd.

There will be a meeting of all males interested in varsity tennis this spring on Tuesday, January 12 at 11:15 am in the Private Dining Room.  Please plan to see Coach Hayhurst on Tuesday to hear about details of the season at that time.

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