ADVISORY AGENDA 11.13.18

“Scar tissue is stronger than regular tissue. Realize the strength, move on.” ― Henry Rollins

House Standings

Humanitas Shield 2

Humanitas Shield 2 Humanitas Shield 2

1264

1372

1431

1600

Allison Abel
Megan Hnilica

A BIG THANK YOU to Amaya King, Gabby Barnhardt, Meg Crosbie, Alicia Equan, Hannah Rosa, Jackson Lods, and Zach VanWingerden   for sharing your energy and PASSION with some public school students during lunch!

Connor Hynes demonstrated KINDNESS when he return a student ID that he found in the hallway. Thanks, Connor!!

Brody Schleck displayed teamwork by helping other physics students manipulate their computer issues so they could enjoy a simulation on acceleration.

Sammie Johnson showed respect for the learning environment by cleaning up a spilled liquid left by another student.


If you have items in LOST & FOUND, please get them this week.  Otherwise, everything will be donated to charity on Friday at 3:05pm.


Image result for doughnutThe Middle School Student Council (grades 5-8) has partnered with local vendor OMG Donuts to sell donuts and gift cards, the proceeds from which will be used to support social activities for the entire Middle School throughout the year. Donuts are available in half-dozen orders and in three flavours – plain glazed, chocolate, and cookies ‘n cream; a half-dozen is $10. Gift certificates are available in $15, $25, and $50 amounts. (We can also provide custom amounts for gift certificates.) Donut sales will take place from November 6th through Friday, November 16th, and donuts/gift certificates will be delivered on Friday, November 30th. Orders may be placed using the link below, or in person with MS Student Council members during their lunch hours (11:20-12:50). Payment must be made at the time of placing your order. If you place your order electronically, please send in payment with your child the next day to the attention of either Christiana Holyer or Wendy Benz. Checks may be made out to “Cannon School.” We cannot charge student accounts. On-line ordering: https://goo.gl/forms/2UI1e6RSb3T9GppY2 On behalf of the MS Student Council, we thank you for your support!


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.


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 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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