ADVISORY AGENDA 11-2

“Believe in what you set out to do. Follow your north star.”  – Brit Morin

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Jackson Welsh, Jenny Howard, Madison Holmes, Madison Hendry, Connor Yang, Maddie Woods, Peyton Skill, Dasha Duncan, Toni Baer, Jackson Cooksey, Crystal Walker, Jack Galida, Bryce Bell, Alex Cox and Alec Easton all showed PASSION and dedication by spending their day off last Friday at the Cougars On-Site Workshop.

Thank you Kelly Zhang for showing KINDNESS by helping out in the lower school!  You are thoughtful!

Brian Park showed his PASSION for Chemistry by presenting his research at the national ACS conference in Columbia, SC last week.  Very exciting!

Catie Kuralt has been working hard and showing PASSION as she builds her team for the annual Light the Night benefit walk and related fundraisers.  Way to go Catie!

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Today is RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS! You are challenged to complete the act of kindness that is written on your card. One small act can spark a chain reaction, so see what you can do!

 Mr. Davis’ A block and B block classes will not drop today (Wednesday). They will be in rehearsal for Saturday’s Jazz Concert in the CPAC.

Next Tuesday, November 8th, we will celebrate our democracy and Election Day with KidsVoting! Please stop by the Private Dining Room between classes, during breaks and lunch, and during student choice to vote! The AP Gov students and ELP classes will also be collecting exit poll data. In order to fully celebrate our right to vote and democratic values, please wear your red, white, and blue that day! Since we are a precinct for regular voting and KidsVoting, students may not wear political shirts supporting particular candidates and/or issues since electioneering activities are not allowed too close the voting polls.

Leadership Lunch with Mr. Bill Diskin (Checking the Ego) on Friday in Foundation Hall.  Everyone welcome!

Thursday at lunch time we will have a math club meeting in room 504. 

ITS BACK!!! Cannon Math Competition on November 10th (Math Drop Day) in the Academic Center.  Challenges for all levels and PRIZES!!!  Ask your math teacher today!

On Friday, Nov. 4 during lunch, stop by the table set up outside the lunchroom to meet with a representative from Oxbridge Academic Programs. Oxbridge offers students the opportunity to spend the summer in one of 10 locations across Europe and the United States. Students select from over 180 subjects such as Medicine, Law, Engineering, Drama, Photography and Fashion, in cities like Oxford, Cambridge, Paris, Barcelona, New York, Los Angeles and more. Stop by to pick up a brochure and learn more about this amazing summer study abroad opportunity.

Halloween is coming up quickly, and House Animus wants to make sure that our armed forces can get some treats too. The House is teaming up with Operation Gratitude in their Candy Buyback program  to collect any leftover candy you may have from Halloween (including chocolate, but no Pixy Stix please) and unused dental hygiene products. There will be collection boxes at the front and back entrances to the school  for everyone and one for teachers in the teacher workroom. All donations will be accepted until November 11 (Veterans Day). If you have any questions, please email cmichaels@cannonschool.org (Animus Service Prefect) or jliborio@cannonschool.org (Animus Head Girl). Thank you for your support!!

November 4th:

Ohio Wesleyan University Private, Small Town, Ohio, 1700 Undergrads.

A private liberal arts school affiliated with the United Methodist Church.  Nearly one third of its students declare at least two majors, which is one of the highest percentages of multiple majors in the country. Engineering majors can partake in the school’s 3-2 program, in which students spend three years at Wesleyan and two in an engineering program.

 Florida Institute of Technology- Private, Large Town, Florida, 3600 Undergrads.

Near the Atlantic coast and the Kennedy Space Center and NASA shuttle launches, Florida Tech offers strong academic programs in the fields of science, engineering, aeronautics and business. Undergraduate students who major in engineering or science are required to complete a culminating research project, which are displayed at an annual show case.

November 9th:

UNC- Greensboro– Public, large town, NC, 15,300 undergrads

100 areas of study and 200 student organizations.  A scenic campus with prominent research initiatives such as Gateway University Research Park and Joint School of Nanoscience & Nanoengineering.

November 11th:

Lynn University – Private, Large Town, Florida, 2000 Undergrads

Just three miles from the beach, the school offers career-focused majors that help you build your resume before you graduate.  Consistently ranked as one of the top five most international universities in the US.

 

November 14th:

Stetson University – Private, Small Town, Florida, 3000 students, Div. 1 Athletics

 

November 16th:

Ringling College of Art & Design– Private,  (urban) Sarasota, FL, 1200 undergrads

A noted innovative visual arts college with a highly acclaimed computer animation program.  Also lauded as “the Most Wired Campus in the US” by Us News & World Report.

 

 

 

November 17th:

MCPHS – Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences – Private, Large City/Boston, Massachusetts, 3900 Undergrads

Training professionals for the healthcare industry with over 108 health science programs to choose from. The school has prepared more students for professional careers in pharmacy than any other academic institution in the world.

 

November 28th:

Savannah College of Art and Design – Private, City, Georgia, 9700 Undergrads

Located in the heart of Savannah, SCAD exists to prepare talented arts students for professional careers. SCAD also has a location in Hong Kong.

About The Dean Team

Student Life: Our passion is to know our students, create an unforgettable high school experience, celebrate student achievement; and to empower every student to know themselves, own their actions, seek adventure, conquer challenges, lead others, and pursue balance.
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