ADVISORY AGENDA 3.25.19

“Life is not about perfection. It’s about persistence.” ― Natalie Wright

T3 House Points

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Alex Chapman

Tyler Alexander, Jadon Williams, and DJ Nix demonstrated TEAMWORK when they helped Dean Zelaya rearrange the furniture in the Commons.  Thanks, friends!

Charlie Barr demonstrated KINDNESS when he stopped to hold the door open for Dean Zelaya who was obviously struggling! I appreciate you, Charlie!

Carli Gordon, Alex Varghese, Amelia Andretti, Kristen Sharma, Abby Wilner, Mirabella Calabrase, Clint Harris and Muskan Uppal all demonstrated PASSION for the programs at Cannon School when they gave up their lunch to talk with the rising 9th graders about Upper School. We appreciate your wisdom, seniors!

Sara Trufant shows KINDNESS by always making sure that the coffee maker in her advisory room has water to serve the advisory members.

Claudia Joyce showed KINDNESS when she reached for the classroom clock and changed the time. Gracias!

Nathan Smith, Anna Hiza, and Carrie Underwood demonstrated PASSION for Cannon School by leading the Senior Gift Committee.  Thank you for all your time and energy on this important project!!

 Rebecca Henriques shows KINDNESS by always making sure that the coffee maker in her advisory room has water to serve the advisory members.


Sophomores will be working with the College Counseling team during drop periods this Wednesday, March 27th.  This is a mandatory session to set up and start using the new career software, YouScience.  Sophomores should report to the CUBE during drops with laptops/chargers.


Hello fellow cougars,
My name is Andrew Aldous. I’m a senior and I am hosting a book drive for my capstone. The book drive is to support my Eagle Project which were free community libraries at 3 public elementary schools.

I am in need of book donations for children 4-11 years old. The drive will be from March 25th to April 5th. There will be 3 donation bins setup and clearly marked around the school.  So clean out any old book shelves you have and I look forward to your support.


Hey everyone! I’m Angel Brown and for my Capstone, I am organizing a Spoken Word Showcase on Tuesday, March 26 in the CPAC at 7 pm. The cost of admission is $5 for Cannon students and for other guests, a donation of any amount. All the money raised will go to the World Literacy Foundation to buy books and provide tutoring and literacy resources for children in need all around the world. Please come out to see your talented classmates and a few of my friends perform for a cause.

“Maddie Johnson and Stephanie Grissom are looking for volunteers for their biorex project! Please only fill out the form if you can commit to all three dates:
3/26
4/2
4/9
We will only need the first ten minutes of your lunch! So please refrain from bringing food! If you show up, you will be taking a very short multiplication test in the testing center! All three days will be under different conditions (listening to different music selections)! There will be candy if you volunteer! We would really appreciate your help! Our goal is to have at least 15 volunteers!”
Thanks so much!
Sincerely,
Stephanie Grissom and Maddie Johnson

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.

March 15th: Drexel University

March 25th: University of Alabama; Huntsville

March 26th: UNC Greensboro

March 29th: Gardner-Webb University

March 29th: James Madison University

April 3rd: University of South Carolina

April 11th: UNC Wilmington

 

 

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