“Nothing helps calibrate reality [more] than the honest perceptions of those who work closest to you.” – Jay Samit
Catherine Livingston & Maya Campbell
Lucas Kabasakalian and Jackson Lods demonstrated COURAGE when they volunteered to demonstrate how to compute the measurements for the History of the World timeline in front of their entire classes.
McKenna Koch and Noah Kirchmeyer-Baez demonstrated TEAMWORK when they held the door for their classmates.
Anna Ruth Morrison demonstrated RESPECT when she led her class in applauding for a classmate.
Auditions for Cannon Theater Company are coming up fast (Aug 25-29)! Go to www.cannonschool.org/ctc to find more info and links to the audition signup, audition packet, and YouTube of the audition song.
Please use this link to fill out the Locker Selection Form. We need 100% participation!
Please use this link if you are interested in leading a club: https://goo.gl/forms/HhRU00ZAq7K8yEiX2
SENIORS: College Kick-off Saturday, August 20, 2016 9:00am-12:00pm in the CPAC. It is mandatory for all seniors to attend this workshop along with at least one parent from each senior’s family. YOU MUST BRING YOUR LAPTOP!
SENIORS – If you wish to be considered as a school nominee for the following scholarships, the application to the Cannon School Scholarship Committee is due no later than 8/24 at 3:00pm.
Bryan Scholars (Davidson College )
Morehead-Cain Scholarship (UNC)
Park Scholarship (NC State)
Levine Scholarship (UNC Charlotte)
Find the application for school nominees on the College Counseling Haiku page under “Scholarships and Financial Aid” Contact your college counselor if you have questions.
Sophomores and Juniors, do you want to be recognized as a World Citizen? Are you interested in global issues, World Affairs Council of Charlotte, Model UN, world travel and service learning? Earn the global studies certificate designed by Cannon School in two years. Upon completion, you will be awarded a certificate on Senior Night. Contact Dr. Simard-Newman at email@example.com for more information.
Would you like to spend the first week of January in beautiful, warm Costa Rica. Would you like to practice yoga, surf, work with local school children, volunteer at a turtle rescue center? All of this is possible. There are still open spots in the Costa Rica Yoga Winterm. Explore this link: http://goo.gl/Jyjtlt to get an idea of what is possible. Then, come to a meeting in Mr. Coggins’ room during student choice on Friday 8/ 19 to hear more about the program from Christine Stahr – a representative from TrueNature. If you want to talk about this trip before Friday, see Mr. Coggins or Ms. Hoffman.