“I like the night. Without the dark, we’d never see the stars.” ― Stephenie Meyer
Lia Carnes and Renee Boisvert went over and beyond on Friday when helping a student get her biology project which had been accidentally left in a classroom, we celebrate their immense KINDNESS!
Isabella Friedli demonstrated KINDNESS when she emailed a teacher about a PowerSchool page. Thank you, Isabella!
Taylor Denby helped Mr. Hatcher move some heavy lab equipment after school, showing KINDNESS.
Deven Dighe demonstrated TEAMWORK when he refilled the paper in the printer when he noticed it was low.
Students for Constitutional Government will meet for the first time on Thursday, September 27th in Foundation Hall (11:15am-12pm). Please email Declan Hurley if you are interested in running for an officer position.
Are you interested in world affairs? Do you enjoy trivia?
Participants are needed to represent Cannon School at the upcoming Academic WorldQuest competition. Academic WorldQuest brings approximately 600 students from the greater Charlotte area to participate in an international knowledge competition.
This categories for this year’s competition are:
- Great Decisions 2018
- World Flags
- History of Great Britain
- Geography of Indonesia
- Ready, Set, Go: World of Sports
- The Politics of Migration Around the World
- What’s in Your Wallet? Global Currencies and Foreign Exchange
- U.S.-North Korea Relations
Date: Wednesday, November 14th.
Location: Hilton Charlotte Center City (222 E. Third St., Charlotte, NC 28202)
Dinner: 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Program: 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Interested students should contact Mr. Kmidowski by Friday, October 5th for more information.
Do you have a passion for science? Are you creative with LEGOS? Are you good at sports? Would you like to work with children and pass on your knowledge?
Beyond the Bell has several opportunities for Upper School students to volunteer to work with some of our classes, in a wide range of areas of interest.
Dance – Engineering – Science – LEGO – Tumbling – Theatre – Soccer – Running
There is a different opportunity each day of the week.Contact the Director of Enrichment Programs, Lisa Blattner at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Internship Opportunity! 2 Available:
Working with the Director of Enrichment Programs at Cannon School and learning the process and details of Beyond the Bell and Camp Cannon.
This internship would be appropriate for an Upper School student who is interested in career fields like
Event Planning – Logistics – Camp Administration – Organization – Public Relations – Facility Operations
Duties involve helping with: creating brochures & advertisements, building class & camp schedules, tracking several types of data, maintaining rosters, etc. Interns would be expected to be available on a regular basis throughout the year, averaging a couple hours per week. Some weeks may be busier than others. The exact timing will be customized to work with the interns’ schedules for school, homework, & extra curriculars.
If you are interested, contact the Director of Enrichment Programs, Lisa Blattner at email@example.com for further details and to apply.
Google Password Changes
Cannon School’s IT Department would like to remind students that Google should never prompt you to change your password. Student passwords sync together (Wi-Fi, Email, Google, PowerSchool), so any change must be handled through the Cannon School IT Department. If you are prompted to change your password by a popup that looks like Google, do not change it. You should bring your computer to the IT Department (Room 506) so they can help you.
Lunch & Learn: Governor’s School is a selective 5-week academic summer program offered by the state of North Carolina. Come to The Cube during lunch to hear from College Counseling and Amelie Kadackal (Governor’s School Summer 2018 participant) about the program, as well as the nomination and application process. Governor’s School is only open to current juniors, but all underclassmen are welcome to attend to learn about the program.
(Please make note of this change in your planner) There will also be a College Application Workshop on 10/10 from 9 – 11:15 a.m. in the CPAC
College Admission Events in the Charlotte Area:
9/26: Tulane University will host an evening program. Register to attend. 7 – 8:30 p.m. Providence Day School, 5800 Sardis Rd.
9/26: Belmont University: will be hosting an information session at Charlotte Christian School (7301 Sardis Rd., Charlotte, NC 28270) at 6:00 PM for high school juniors and seniors from the Charlotte area. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about Belmont, the application process, scholarships and financial aid, and address any questions that you may have. You may register via this link.
Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores are invited to sign-up on Family Connection to visit with College Admission Representatives coming to Cannon School. Students must get permission from their classroom teachers prior to attending an admissions event. Log into your Family Connection account to learn more about the colleges, find out visit times and register to attend. Visits will be held in The Cube or College Counseling Offices.
Wake Forest University
University of Tulsa
Palm Beach Atlantic University
High Point University
Angelia Ruskin University
Agnes Scott College
University of Rochester
University of Richmond
Johnson & Wales – Charlotte
University of Delaware
College of Charleston
University of Mary Washington
Belmont Abbey College
University of Chicago
University of Pennsylvania
Washington and Lee University
University of Miami
The American University in Paris
Southern Methodist University
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Randolph Macon College
Appalachian State University
Illinois Wesleyan University
Nova Southeastern University
Queens University of Charlotte
Texas Christian University
St. Mary’s College
Berklee College of Music
November 1st :
Ringling College of Art & Design
Birmingham Southern College