“Being criticized is the price of admission for change.” -Edward Snowden
Jahnavi Duggal demonstrated INTEGRITY when she showed her teacher some work that had been checked when she was absent.
Grace Ankrom demonstrated RESPECT when she stayed after class to clean up after some classmates who had left a mess from working on their project. Thank you, Grace!
Lydia Pinto and Mattea Williams showed KINDNESS when they helped a teacher by collecting an assignment.
Abby Jo McLaughlin showed KINDNESS when she passed out papers to students for a teacher.
This is Zoe, a 16 year old girl who has Williams Syndrome. Sophie Jenike and Andrea Moore are raising money to send her to Williams Syndrome music camp this summer. This Thursday, April 5th, we are offering a $5 dress down to anyone who wears maroon/red in support of this mission! On Friday during lunch, we will be hosting a Williams Syndrome Awareness presentation in foundation hall where Zoe will be speaking. We want a full house for Zoe so please try your best to make it! Sophie and Andrea (and friends) will be around to collect $5 both tomorrow and Thursday for anyone who wants to dress down. Thank you and hope to see you there, Sophie and Andrea
Seniors~ You will be meeting with college counseling this Friday, April 6th, during SL. Please bring your computers and a pen/pencil and meet in the following rooms:
Animus: K Mattsson’s room
Humanitas: K McClanahan’s room (the CUBE)
Impetus: J Reulbach’s room
Integritas: K West’s room
Attention Sophomores and Freshmen:
Lunch & Learn: Thursday, April 5th 11:15 – 12:00 in Foundation Hall
Already involved in extracurricular activities and community service? Wishing you had a mentor in the community to offer you guidance? Looking for ways to organize your goals and ideas? Hear from Cannon graduate Davis Nelson ’16 about the value of pursuing the Congressional Award. The Congressional Award enables young people to intentionally organize their involvement into four pillars: volunteerism, personal development, physical fitness and exploration. To learn more about the benefits of this program please plan to attend this Lunch and Learn on Thursday!
Thanks for the outreach and interest in being a Student Ambassador and/or applying to be a Student Ambassador Network Intern for 2018-2019. Information and applications will be available THIS WEEK. Information regarding how to complete a Student Ambassador profile and apply to be an intern will be posted on the Admission/Student Ambassador Power School page. Notification will also be here in the blog. Enjoy your spring break! – The Admission Team
We are 6 weeks away from AP exams and 8 weeks away from the end of the trimester. In order to maintain a productive study environment, students who choose to use their drop periods or free time to watch videos or play video games are asked to use the commons.
Humanitas is going to collect supplies for a local charity called Soap N’ Hope that is led by our very own Amelie Kadackal! On Day of Service, we are going to package and personalize the items we collect for the charity!
In case you didn’t know, Soap N’ Hope collects small, travel sized versions of essential hygiene products (soap, shampoo, toothbrushes, etc.) as well as feminine hygiene products and adult diapers. These are placed in a Ziploc bag alongside a small note of kindness to connect with the recipient. The bags are then dropped off at women’s shelters in Cabarrus/Mecklenburg County. Please help us to collect these donations!