ADVISORY AGENDA 1.11.18

“Living without passion is like being dead.” ― Jeon Jungkook

House Standings

Humanitas Shield 2

Humanitas Shield 2 Humanitas Shield 2

179

186

153

100

Abigail Hedgecock, Anna DuMond, & Molly Morrison

Griffin Jones and Tyler Alexander showed INTEGRITY when they cleaned up the Commons after some student left behind trash and trays.

Michael Dickens, George Manni, Jack Mahar, and Anna Galloway demonstrated COURAGE and TEAMWORK when they acted out a story in English to help summarize what had happened so far.

 

If you are entering or exiting the CPAC TODAY, please do NOT use the front 4 doors. Please plan ahead of time to use other entrances/exits. We will have contractors installing blinds in the front windows; using the front four doors during that day would be a safety hazard. Thank you.

Today Cannon will host some Deans from Gaston Day School.  If you see them, please give them a warm welcome.

Young ladies who participated in the PINTERVENTION Winterm course last week should pick up their crafted items ASAP from Room 613.  Any items still remaining on Friday at 3:00 PM will be discarded.  Thank you!

There will be a meeting for all students who will be participating in Track and Field this spring during Student Choice TODAY in room 609.  Please contact Coach Campbell if you are not able to attend.

Apogee Adventures: A representative will be on campus to share information with students about the Apogee Adventure summer programs.  Please bring your lunch to the Private Dining Room on January 17th to find out more.  The representative will also be presenting to families at 7 pm in Davidson at the home of Lisa & David Konstandt, 621 Dogwood Lane.  You can RSVP to the evening event here.

Model UN Team members: we are registered for MUN at Chapel Hill for February 22-25. You should have received an email with a permission form that needs to be signed by your parents if you plan to attend MUNCH. Forms are due this Friday, January 12.

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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