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 Zoe Chapman, David Sun, & Colin Gacek

Colin Gacek demonstrated KINDNESS when he showed a friend where the art room is.

Jake Seeber demonstrated COURAGE when he visited the art room for the first time to meet Mr. Rogers and ask a question about water colors.

Jack Christman demonstrated kindness by returning some expensive pens to a student who forgot them in class.

In order to maintain an productive learning environment, the US library is a dedicated study space.  Students who choose to watch Netflix or participate in online gaming are asked to go to the Commons.

STUDENTS: You must carry your ID at all times.  Let you Advisor know if you do not have your school-issued ID.

This Thursday March 8th we will be offering a $5 dollar dress down. The money raised will be going to an organization called Kangaroo Kids that provides medical notebooks called “pouches” to families who are facing a medical diagnosis. These pouches keep track of discharge papers, infusion info, medications, etc. Each pouch costs around $50 to assemble and $15 to mail to families. House Integritas will be collecting $5 dollars every morning during advisory.

Maya Campbell and Katie Hendry will be hosting a night of music called Music for a Cause on Friday, March 9th from 6:30-8:00 pm. Performers include the Varsity Chorus, Elena Jacoby, Carter Jones, and many more! There will also be baked goods and other goodies available during the intermission! The entry fee is 5 dollars, or the equivalent in donations. It is for a great cause: helping to support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault! We are working with Safe Alliance, a Charlotte organization! If you want to learn more, or have any questions, please contact or!

REMINDER: Completed Course Recommendation & Selection Forms are due in Advisory this Friday, March 9th.

Did you know that there are microscopic mites living on YOUR face? Demodex mites live out their entire lives in the pores of humans and other mammals. Even though humans all over the globe are hosts to these tiny hitchhikers, scientists know very little about face mites. Students in Ecology and Field Biology class explored the relationships that Demodex mites have with some of the students at Cannon School. As a part of our research, we sampled the pores of 30 volunteer students. We are excited to share the results of our experiment with you in our first edition of, “Notes from the Field.”

Please email a high resolution club picture to: if you wish for your club to be included in the yearbook. Please do this by Friday, March 9th

The Cannon School Writing Lab is up and running during days 1, 2, and 3. For quality peer edits and help on any English related assignment, come to the English office during your drop. There will be people there to help you!!!! If you can’t make it during your drop, email Carrie Underwood ( to get an essay revised, or schedule a meeting with someone on our team! (Also if you are interested in becoming a peer editor email or  )

HEY GUYS!!! For my Capstone, I am hosting a dance recital on SATURDAY, MARCH 10TH @ 6:30 PM, HERE at Cannon, yes that’s right, HERE at the CPAC!! All the proceeds collected from ticket sales, donations, and raffles will be used to sponsor a young boy, AJ Patrick, who has a dream to dance but cannot afford it. Tickets go on sale TODAY!! Students/Children: $5 in advance, $7 at the door Faculty/Adults: $10 in advance, $12 at the door Please E-Mail (Kailey Baez– or Mrs. Finneyfrock– or text (931) 477-0992 to get your tickets!!!!

Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus’ St. Patrick’s Day Event on March 17th. We are looking for student volunteers that day. Should any students need volunteer hours – this is a great cause. Please email for more info!

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.

March 12:
Furman University
March 19:
The American University of Rome
Angelia Ruskin University, Cambridge, England
University of Kent, Canterbury, England
Trinity University, San Antonio, TX
Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL
York College of PA
March 20:
Florida Polytechnic University, Lakeland, Fl
Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona
Presbyterian College, SC
St. Bonaventure College, NY
March 22:
UNC Wilmington

College Counseling Upcoming Events:

March 18th: The NACAC College Fair at The Park Expo and Conference Center


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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