“Living at risk is jumping off the cliff and building your wings on the way down.”— Ray Bradbury
Connor Hynes & Leah Shaw
Nima Subramaniam came to Ms. Otey’s rescue when she was carrying something way too heavy for me. Thanks for your KINDNESS, Nima!
Thank you to Ellen Gordon for cleaning up a horrible mess left behind in the senior lounge! Ellen, your fellow seniors are grateful for your attention to this oversight! Thank you for your RESPECT and PASSION!
Special thanks to Peyton Skill, James Gosling, and Jackson Cooksey for the PASSION and RESPECT they showed by cleaning the mess left behind in the junior hallway. Thank you for “owning it”!
Abby Redding demonstrated KINDNESS when she volunteered to take trays left in the Upper School back to the cafeteria. Thanks Abbey!
WANTED: Brave Knights and Lovely Maidens for work at the Renaissance Festival. Workers needed for games and rides. Daily pay bonuses=$$$. Costumes provided. No experience needed. Weekends only. Must be 16 and up. Contact John Spurvey @ (303)520-4165 for details.
It is with great pleasure that we announce and congratulate the 2016-2017 Student Ambassador Network (“SAN”) Leaders.
STUDENT AMBASSADOR NETWORK 2016-2017
SAN Leadership Circle Chairs:
Admission Ambassador Chairs: Emerald Ben ‘17 & Andrea Moore ‘18
Advancement Ambassador Chair: Artemas Brown ‘17 & Noelle Ross ‘17
Athletic Ambassador Chair: Grace Turner ‘17
Admission Office Interns:
Grade 9/10 Event Interns
- Tyler Bell ‘19
- Mitchell Skolaris ‘19
Grade 11/12 Event Interns
- Danielle Phillips ‘17
- Abby Muraca ‘18
Student Host Interns
Grade 9/10 Student Host Intern
- Mirabella Calabrase ‘19
- Tommy Jones ‘19
- Mudi Tokunboh ‘19
Grade 11/12 Student Host Intern
- Taylor Watson ‘17
- Jackson Welsh ‘18
Tour Guide Interns
Grade 9/10 Tour Guide Interns
- Grayson Herrera ‘19
- Achsah Koshy ‘19
Grade 11/12 Tour Guide Interns
- Emma Kate Bentley-Gottel ‘18
- Allie Bunten ‘17
- Anthony Muraca ‘18
Social Media Interns
- Ellen Gordon ‘17
- Madison Holmes ‘18
- Muskan Uppal ‘19
Advancement Office Interns:
Media & Communication Interns
- Artemas Brown ‘17
- Noelle Ross ‘17
Alumni Relations Interns
- Sami Eagle ‘18
- Eli Ben ‘19
Athletic Office Interns:
Marketing & Media Interns/Strength & Conditioning Interns
- Grace Turner ‘17
- Kate Frankenberg ‘18
House Animus will be taking orders for Pura Vida Bracelets OUTSIDE FOUNDATION HALL DURING LUNCH STARTING TUES, SEPT 6. The red and blue bracelets benefit the American Widow Project, an organization that supports and rehabilitates families of fallen service members during their periods of grieving. The bracelets COST $5 (please pay cash), and they will be delivered to your advisory when they are ready! If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org(Animus Service Prefect) or email@example.com (Animus Head Girl).
ATTENTION FRESHMAN!!! All Freshman interested in running for student council need to get a copy of the bylaws from Ms. Harley. This needs to be turned in with a parent signature along with your speech by Friday, September 9th at 3:00 to Ms. Harley. Elections will be held for the three freshman representative spots during your class trip. Thank you so much for your interest in student council–we would love to have you on the team!
There will be a MANDATORY meeting on Friday, September 9, during STUDENT CHOICE in Coach Kulp’s room (rm. 612) for any UPPER SCHOOL GIRL who is interested in playing varsity basketball this season. Practice and game schedules, as well as spirit pack order information, will be discussed. If you would like to participate on the varsity girls’ basketball teams this winter, you must attend.
Attention Sophomores!! It is time to break in your boots for Outward Bound. Wear your boots Friday September 2nd and 9th – house points will be awarded!!
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: Please sign up on Family Connections to meet with College Admission Representatives from the following institutions. For a complete list of representatives visiting Cannon this semester log into Family Connections.
Randolph-Macon College – Private, Small Town/Near Richmond, Virginia, 1300 Undergrads
Davidson College – Private, Small Town/Near Charlotte, North Carolina, 1800 Undergrads
Hillsdale College – Colleges That Changes Lives, Private, Large Town, Michigan, 1400 Undergrads
University of Notre Dame – Private, Small City, Indiana, 8500 Undergrads
Rice University – Private, Large City, Texas, 4000 Undergrads
St. Lawrence University – Private, Small Town, New York, 2300 Undergrads
Tufts University – Private, Large City/Near Boston, Massachusetts, 5200 Undergrads
Vassar College – Private, Small City, New York, 2400 Undergrads
College of Charleston – Public, City, South Carolina, 10,500 Undergrads
Eckerd College – Colleges That Changes Lives, Private, Large City, Florida, 2100 Undergrads
Johnson & Wales University (Charlotte), Private, City, North Carolina, 2300 Undergrads