ADVISORY AGENDA 11.6.18

“Your time is way too valuable to be wasting on people that can’t accept who you are.” ― Turcois Ominek

House Standings

Humanitas Shield 2

Humanitas Shield 2 Humanitas Shield 2

962

1104

1171

1303

Will Rauer demonstrated TEAMWORK by helping several of his peers download and open a physics simulation.

Cole Ventura demonstrated KINDNESS when he offered his chair to a teacher who was standing in the back of the cube during a college counseling meeting. After she declined, he walked all the way around to the back of the office to grab an extra chair and roll it in. He then asked her to please take a seat, as he felt bad that she was standing. What a gentleman!!

 

Parents and Upper School Students – Join Us November 15! It’s More Than Getting into the Best College How Do We Prepare this Generation for Meaningful Careers in a Global Market and Diverse World?
November 15 at 6:30 p.m.
Cindric Performing Arts Center
http://www.cannonschool.org/speakers 
Does where you go to college matter?
How is the world of work and business changing?
What kind of skills and experiences do young people need to navigate our globalized society?
Come to an interactive exchange with Reisa Bryan (Cannon parent), Head of Investment and Business Operations and former Head of Campus Recruiting + Head of HR at TH Real Estate, a subsidiary of Nuveen/TIAA, along with Corie Pauling, TIAA’s Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer.
Mrs. Bryan and Mrs. Pauling will be joined by a panel of three young professionals from Nuveen: Carolyn Inoa-Monje, Nina Simonini, a former Cannon student, and Paul Anderson, a Cannon alumnus from the Class of 2013. This casual community dialogue will provide insights on the workplace of the future and career preparedness for young people.


My name is Trey Zamora and I am collecting used soccer and volleyball items for an orphanage Casa de Esperanza (House of Hope) that is located in Caranavi, Bolivia. My Capstone project is called Pitch Of Promise in honor of my father who had a passion for soccer and was a volunteer soccer coach at North Meck Soccer Club (now Carolina Rapids) before he passed. He was born in La Paz, Bolivia. This orphanage has boys and girls of all ages that love to play soccer and volleyball or a version of volleyball called “Wallyball”. I visited the orphanage this summer and they are grateful for anything we can provide (clothes, cleats, shin guards, balls, etc…). You can drop off the items in Mr. Arthur’s room, my advisory through Thanksgiving. I have a bin located in his room.


The Cannon Peer Support Team (pst;) will hold its first Talk Tuesday in English classroom 618 during lunch today. Come talk, listen & learn from other students wanting to discuss global, local or personal topics. Discussions will be moderated by Peer Support Team members providing a supportive, non-judgmental forum.


Congratulations to Cannon Theater Company for taking home six awards from the North Carolina Theater Conference for their one-act productions of “The Seagull” and “That’s Not How I Remember It”! Both plays earned instant standing ovations and deafening cheers when the lights went down, and now you can see Cannon Theater Company perform them right here at Cannon School on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of this week at 7pm! Admission is free for Cannon students, employees, and families, and $5 for guests. Click here too learn more about these plays, including whether their content is appropriate for your children.
Awards:
Excellence in Set Choreography
Excellence in Stage Combat
Excellence in Design and Production: Stage Management – Thomas Fromke
Excellence in Design and Production: Assistant Direction – Zoë Smith
Excellence in Acting – Clint Harris
Excellence in Acting – Isabella Ortiz


Wednesday- Hot chocolate in the morning

Thursday- Limbo Contest during lunch

Friday- Food Friday is during lunch and a tailgate before the play.
BIG RED WEEK


On Monday, November 12, the Admission Office will be hosting the School Day Open House, which starts with a breakfast for our guests in the Dining Hall.  The Dining Hall will be closed between 8:45-9:45a.m. on Monday, November 12, for this event.  Please be sure to grab your breakfast and morning snacks prior to 8:45a.m.  Thank you!


Seniors: The College Counseling Team will offer Drop – In Hours for Seniors in The Cube on the following date: 11/7.


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.

November 7

Wittenberg University

November 9

Birmingham-Southern College

November 12

The University of Alabama- Huntsville

University of Lynchburg

California College of the Arts (SF)

November 30

Beacon College

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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