“Surround yourself with people who believe in you more than you do in yourself.” – Gaby Natale
2nd Quarter House Standings
Daphne Reynolds demonstrated PASSION by planning, creating and executing a Kahoot for today’s Diversity Week activity on Women’s Rights. Thanks, Daphne!
Mimi Wahid demonstrated PASSION by planning and executing a great presentation for today’s Diversity Week activity on Women’s Rights. Thanks, Mimi!
Kieran Patel demonstrated PASSION by designing a beautiful poster for a series of Spectrum sponsored events this week. Thanks, Kieran!
Mr. Dunn’s English 4 students demonstrated amazing COURAGE to share their PASSIONS in front of a live audience.
Kat LeClair demonstrated PASSION by leading a lunch time Cougars Talk today on HIV/AIDS awareness. Thanks, Kat!
Students: Please be mindful of noise levels in the hallways while classes are in session. And make sure you are moving limbs when other humans are moving through the hallways.
NewGen PeacebuildersSM is a global youth peace education program that emphasizes the role, value and impact of young people (ages 14-24) in achieving a peaceful world. Anyone interested in learning more about a great opportunity for Cannon students is invited to Room 509 during Student Choice TODAY to get more information from our guest speaker. See website: www.newgenpeace.org for more information or see Dean Zelaya.
Thursday’s math club meeting at lunch – room 504
This week, Spectrum is hosting a series of enlightening events in celebration
of Diversity Week!
Every day, there will be a new event to help promote awareness and appreciation of diversity.
All events will be held in Foundation Hall.
TODAY during Lunch:
Interfaith panel discussion featuring Upper School students of different religions – This will be a great opportunity to learn about the diverse
perspectives in our school
Friday After School:
We will be showing the documentary
13TH at 3:15! This an excellent, critically acclaimed documentary about race and the United States’ criminal justice system. Watch a trailer here:
Pizza will be served
Project Wrap-In is Coming on December 7th, 2015!
Each student is asked to bring in one new, unused gift ($5- $15) to store in homeroom the week of December 7. Students in grades 9th-12th may instead buy a gift for a young child of any age with their own gender in mind if they would like; however, keep in mind that children benefiting from this outreach opportunity may also be teens.) Additionally, students are asked to bring wrapping materials like wrapping paper, tape, ribbon, bows, etc.
Our hope for all students is:
Bring in one present ($5-$15).
- Contribute wrapping paper and/or other wrapping supplies.
- Bring a giving and positive attitude.
- Have fun!We are looking forward to making a difference in the lives of many children!