“We believe in ordinary acts of bravery, in the courage that drives one person to stand up for another.” ― Veronica Roth
Maddie Woods and Meredith Haddock showed KINDNESS when she organized Mrs. Reulbach’s supplies!
Brandon Turner and Michael Elrod demonstrated teamwork when they assisted in setting up the library annex the morning after a board meeting
Last Saturday afternoon, Andrew VanWingerden demonstrated kindness when he stopped his truck and allowed a driver to enter the traffic flow leaving the Target parking lot at exit 25. Unbeknownst to Andrew, the driver of the car was Mr. K. Way to go, Andrew!
Carli Gordon and Taylor Lumpkins showed TEAMWORK when they helped recycle some boxes for Dr. Donah.
A quick reminder that we started collecting items for Captain Robert Vendley (’07) yesterday! Here are a few quick reminders on what to bring in and what to do with your items:
The items we are collecting are as follows
K-cups (no decaf)
Tuna Salad/ Chicken Salad (in the pouches)
We will also be collecting money donations
Please keep all collected items in your advisory. We will come by and pick them up on May 16th.
The advisory who brings in the most items gets free breakfast of their choice
If you have any questions please contact Alex Holloway, Julia Dunn, or Allie Bunten.
TOMORROW is RMH t-shirt day. Feel free to dress down ONLY if you are supporting Ronald McDonald House by wearing your t-shirt.
Juniors – To learn more about the senior scholarships that require a Cannon School nomination please attend the Lunch & Learn on Wednesday, April 27 in Foundation Hall. We will discuss the process for scholarships like the Belk, Jefferson and Morehead-Cain, and what you should be doing over summer to prepare.
Please follow the link below to fill out the End of Year Club Status Report. This is the form that will determine Gold Level and Maroon Level status for the 2015-16 school year. Forms are due by Tuesday, April 26th. Please see me if you have any problems or questions.
Below you will find the link to the application for the Spectrum Advisory Board. Please see Dean Zelaya if you have any questions about getting involved. We are looking for some hardworking and dedicated students who are interested in talking about and engaging our community in conversations regarding ALL aspects of human diversity.
Please consider being a part of Student Ambassador Network (“SAN”) 2016-2017! All you have to do is complete a Student Ambassador Profile. If you want to hold a leadership position, please complete the Student Ambassador Intern Application too. It’s easy, log into Haiku and go to Admission Office Student Ambassador Network Haiku Page – everything you need to apply can be found there. The application deadline is Monday, May 2. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Weinstock firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophomores and Juniors: Please sign up on Family Connections to meet with representatives from these colleges:
April 29th: Drew University, Madison, NJ
Private, 1400 Students
2:25 pm, Room 616