ADVISORY AGENDA 1.18.19

“f you posses enough courage to speak out what you are, you will find that you are not alone.” ― Richard Wright

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Ava Cooksey

Charlie Titus and Riley Glasgow demonstrated TEAMWORK and KINDNESS when they helped a new resident during their winterm class.

 

DRIVERS: If you see the sign above on our campus, please STOP.  If an administrator is there to wave you through, that is the ONLY time you may ignore that sign on campus.  Thank you for keeping our campus safe.


NAHS Meeting Friday at Lunch! There will be a National Art Honor Society Meeting this Friday at Lunch in the US Art Room. We’ll be planning and signing up for the service projects happening later this month. Looking forward to seeing all members and prospective members there!


For all students wanting to be on the Track and Field team this spring, there will be an interest meeting on FRIDAY January 18th during STUDENT CHOICE in FOUNDATION HALL.  If you are not able to attend that meeting, please reach out to coach Campbell at rcampbell@cannonschool.org to get necessary information.


Model UN members: ALL team members interested in going to our conference at UNC Chapel Hill in February should attend an initial planning meeting on Tuesday, Jan 22!  (That means everyone—even if you are not going to JHUMUNC!) This is your chance to pick up a permission slip for MUNCH! We will meet during lunch in the library annex!


Hockey and Service Club Group Night – Charlotte Checkers vs. Toronto Marlies
Bojangles’ Coliseum 2700 E Independence Blvd Charlotte, North Carolina 28205
Sun, Jan 20, 1:00 PM, Doors open at 12:00PM
Cannon School HASC is invited to Historic Bojangles’ Coliseum as the Checkers take on the Toronto Marlies. Tickets are just $22 and everyone gets a free Checkers hat!
Use the following link to purchase your tickets! gocheckers.com/HASC

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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