“Love is like pi – natural, irrational, and very important.” – Lisa Hoffman
T3 House Points
Nathan Campbell showed KINDNESS when he took care of a sick friend. WTG, Nathan!!
Mattea Williams showed INTEGRITY when she cleaned up the messy senior lounge.
Cade Lewis showed PASSION and COURAGE during the incredible fashion show he put on last night. I couldn’t be more proud of you Cade. Amazing work!
Angel Brown, Daphne Reynolds, Celine Ortiz, Sané Davis, Bailey Jones, demonstrated COURAGE and TEAMWORK when they modeled for Cade’s show.
Mia Biehler, Heidi Coppa, Mary Margaret Ellis, Logan Gray, Grant Haigney, Bailey Jones, Paisley Lewis, Sam Lucas, Celine Ortiz, Daphne Reynolds, Nathan Smith, and Amelia Wyatt showed COURAGE and PASSION when they presented their artwork at Visual Arts Night!
Andrew Ayer, Graham Ayer, Haley Bayer, Mia Biehler, Logan Bunce, Ja’Vonte Bowden, Charlotte Davis, Alex Erdin, Alicia Equan, Sydney Frazier, Rebecca Jones, Griffin Jones, Kristin Konefal, Gabby Phillips, Jake Seeber, Zoe Smith, Justin Thompson, Muskan Uppal, Mason Waite demonstrated incredible TEAMWORK with everything they did to help out with Visual Arts Night. We couldn’t have pulled off such a great event without you!
Congratulations to Declan Hurley, Lucas Kabasakalian, Emerson Evans, Jackson Lods, and Dillon Casey who were elected to the Student Council Executive Board!
Students for Constitutional Government will be meeting on TODAY, March 14th during lunch in Foundation Hall. We will be debating gun rights.
College counseling will be hosting the Lunch & Learn session, “Intro to Military and Service Academies,” on Thursday, March 14th, in The Cube. Students interested in learning about these opportunities and the application processes for the academies are invited to attend. We will have three guest speakers: Tyler Haritan is a Cannon graduate who is currently a senior at North Carolina State University. Tyler is also in the NCSU ROTC program. Also joining us will be Cullen McGahan. Cullen is currently a cadet at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Our third guest is Michael Coppa. Aside from being a Cannon parent, Mr. Coppa is also a graduate of USMA at West Point. We hope you will join us for this information session.
Dear Cannon Community
As I reflect on my life thus far, this Cannon School Community and my time on the track team have been the most influential aspects of my life. What better way to end my time as a lifer at Cannon then participating in a community run with the people that have been beside me from the start.
Exactly one year ago my grandmother passed away after a courageous battle with Scleroderma, and one of the things she enjoyed the most was watching me run. Through this run I hope to raise awareness for Scleroderma, a terrible autoimmune condition, and raise money to hopefully find a cure for the disease that my Nana lived with for almost 25 years.
Come out to our brand new track on April 3rd at 4:00pm and run a mile as fast as you can!! Whether you want to try for a new lifetime best or just experience what it is like to race a mile it is sure to be a great time!!
All donations will go to the scleroderma foundation, suggested donation $10.00, and you will walk away with hopefully a new personal best in the mile!! The winner will also receive a pair of Maui Jim sunglasses, donated by our event sponsor, University Eye Associates!
Please consider coming out and “Running Hard for a Scleroderma Cure!”
If you can attend please let me know as I would like to give our timer, aka Coach Campbell a head count the week before the event.
Attention Sophomores and Freshmen:
Lunch & Learn: Wednesday, March 27th, 11:15 – 12:00 in The Cube
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? Cannon graduate Davis Nelson ’16 will present a video about the value of pursuing the Congressional Award , and senior Elena Jacoby will be present to share about her journey of pursuing this 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 Wednesday, March 27th.
Freshmen – Juniors: NACAC National College Fair
March 17th from 12 – 4 p.m. at The Park Expo and Conference Center. You can register free at https://www.nacacfairs.org/attend/national-college-fairs/charlotte-college-fair/
Over 200 colleges will be represented. See list here: https://hub.nacacnet.org/CollegeFairDirectory?id=a0k1a00000j345gAAA
Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores are invited to sign-up onNaviance Student 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 Naviance Student 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.
TODAY: University of Aberdeen (England)
March 15th: Drexel University
March 25th: University of Alabama; Huntsville
March 26th: UNC Greensboro
March 28th: University of South Carolina
March 29th: Gardner-Webb University
April 11th: UNC Wilmington