“Nothing will work unless you do.” —Maya Angelou
Ian Casey showed INTEGRITY when he returned in a student badge that he found on the floor of Foundation Hall.
Ian Casey showed KINDNESS when he helped a friend locate his misplaced binder.
Big GRACIAS to Alex Erdin for offering to use the first part of his drop to clean up Mrs. Cabrera’s classroom and straighten up desks.
Riley Fraser, Joel Marbuger, & Trey Zamora demonstrated TEAMWORK by teaching labor union chants in class.
Peyton Skill, Grant Thompson, and Zach VanWingerden demonstrated TEAMWORK by reviewing horizontal and vertical integration in class.
Advisors and Students, There will be a survey sent to your email before 8am on Friday morning. This survey is being sent specifically to US students to get student input prior to the search process for selecting the new Head of Cannon School (beginning 2019-2020). Please use the Advisory time on Friday morning to answer the questions on the survey. Also, please utilize this platform for helpful, respectful, sincere suggestions.
ATTENTION Big Cougs!! Student Council is selling candy grams for $1.00 in JoeTro’s office. Please fill out a form and leave the candy and your one dollar on his desk. Student Council will deliver the purchased candy. These can be purchased to send to someone in order to wish them a great day, good luck on a test, Happy Birthday, or Happy Valentine’s Day.
The concert in the quad has been moved to Friday, February 2nd during lunch! Anyone who is interesting in performing can email any of the StuCo junior reps (Alex Varghese, Tommy Jones, and Greta Gruber)!! Thanks!!
Summer Job Opportunity! Camp Cannon is looking for several highly motivated students to work as Jr. Counselors both with our campers and in our administrative office. You will get to help younger children learn things from art, robotics, science, sports and more or work in the office to help keep camp running smoothly. Applicants need to be 16 years of age by June 10. 2018. Please submit your application, and resume if you have one, online at the link below. Deadline to turn everything in is Monday, February 12th. Interviews will be scheduled starting the beginning of March. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs?clientkey=22132D5A6373B039638BB3D581B09D3A&jpt
Cannon’s middle school service learning group for community gardening is seeking students who would like to volunteer at the Share The Harvest Garden of Concord on Saturdays and Wednesdays. This organization donates food to charities that provide food to people who cannot afford groceries or who lack transportation to stores. If you would like more information about the garden visit their website: https://cannonymca.org/community-programs/share-the-harvest-farm
February 7th family day
Need 4 students at Tenders in Huntersville and PDQ in Concord
First sets of 2 students need to be at facilities from 11:30-1:15
Second sets of 2 students need to be at facilities from 1:15-3:00
Students will hold up signs at drive thru and entrance and verbally remind people to say they are from Cannon School. Students will receive 2 hours each. If interested, contact Connie Ortiz at email@example.com
February 6th at 11:15: WorldStrides a study abroad program for high school students will have a representative on campus during lunch to share information for summer programs with students. Please stop by the Private Dining Hall to learn more!
College Representatives Coming to Cannon School
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: Please register on Family Connection to meet with representatives. Students are required to get permission from their classroom teachers prior to attending an informational session.
Long Island University, Post
University of South Carolina
WorldStrides – Summer Travel Programs (Private Dining Room during Lunch)
Johnson and Wales University
Florida Polytechnic University
College Counseling Upcoming Events:
February 12th: The Gap Year Fair will be held at Providence Day School at 7:00 PM
March 18th: The NACAC College Fair at The Park Expo and Conference Center