“There is no dishonor in losing the race. There is only dishonor in not racing because you are afraid to lose.” ― Garth Stein
Ja’Vonte Bowden & Alex Reulbach
Julia Dunn and Meghan Hendry displayed KINDNESS by making care packages for students who graduated last year.
Will Exxon displayed KINDNESS by holding the door for a teacher.
The US library is closed today, Thursday, 03 Mar 16 in order to host the NCAIS Math Conference. The US library will reopen at 3:00 pm.
QPR is on Monday! On Monday, March 7th from 3:15-4:30pm the Class of 2019 will be hosting a QPR session with the Davidson Lifeline Organization. QPR stands for Question Persuade Refer. In this session, we will be learning suicide prevention training that is innovative and practical, and we will be discussing the process for seeing signs of suicidal thinking. This is part of our Freshman Service Project. There will be pizza and drinks for those that come! Please RSVP by Friday March 4th to firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you can make it on Monday!
If you are interested in running for Honor Council, please submit a speech to Dean Booker by Friday March 4th at 3:15. The Honor Council speeches will be Monday 3/7 during community meeting. The Honor Council will need to fill 4 Senior seats, 1 Junior seat and 1 Sophomore seat.
If you are interested in being an officer on the 2016-2017 Student Council, please stop by room 703 to pick up a copy of the by-laws. Please make note of the following timeline:
Interest meetings will be held on March 1st and 10th at 7:50 am and March 7th at 3 pm in room 703.
Signed by-laws and speeches are due to Mrs. Ramsey and Ms. Harley by March 10th.
Voting will take place during Student Life on March 15th.
t’s time for ART ALIVE!, Cannon School Visual Arts Night 2016! On March 9th from 5:30- 8:30 the campus will come alive with food, dance, workshops, art, and fun! The school will be filled with never before seen work from lower, middle, and upper school visual artists. The night will feature performances by the Cannon School Dancers and lots of awesome interactive workshops for all ages. In between workshops you can explore the galleries, grab some dinner or take in a dance performance. The possibilities are endless. You don’t want to miss this amazing celebration of visual art and dance at Cannon School. Admission is free and all are welcome. Workshop space is limited and you must pre-register. Click http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080b45aeaa2b0-visual1/
to reserve your workshop space. In an effort to accommodate as many guests as possible we ask that you choose no more than two workshops per person. We look forward to seeing you on March 9th!
LAST CALL: High School students have a wonderful opportunity to participate in a service-learning trip to New Orleans. The trip organized by Rustic Pathways will be from June 3rd-June 11th, 2016. Students will experience Cajun food, music, and culture and also help rebuild homes devastated from Hurricane Katrina. Please visit the link http://groups.rusticpathways.com/trips/cannon-neworleans/ for more information and to register your child by Friday, March 4th. Mrs. Claudia Velandia and Mrs. Natalie Cabrera will be the lead chaperones. Students will earn 30 volunteer hours. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Simard-Newman at email@example.com.