ADVISORY AGENDA 3.27.19

““A hero is not know by the number of battles [s]he has won, but rather by the kind of battles [s]he chooses to fight.” ― Tonny K. Brown

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Caitlyn Kunkle

Azlynn Anderson, Andrew Aldous, Evan Essex, Joseph Guasco, Caroline Josephson, George Laidig, Clay Mills, and Sydney Wood demonstrated PASSION for Making by spending time helping 3rd graders with their Shark Tank projects.


Sophomores will be working with the College Counseling team during drop periods TODAY.  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.


For anyone interested in trying out for the cheer team next season, we will have an interest meeting next Tuesday, April 2nd at 4:30 pm in Coach Banks’ room (631). Parents do not need to attend and the meeting will last around 30 minutes. If you are unable to make it but still interested in being part of the squad, be sure to email Coach Banks (ebanks@cannonschool.org).


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Driver’s Ed Reminder

If you have signed up for the Spring Driver’s Ed session, please note that classes begin on Monday, April 1st at 3:15 in Foundation Hall, and end on Friday, April 12th.


Hi everyone!!!

Thursday and Friday of this week Animus is hosting a bake sale right outside of foundation hall! Everything will be $1 and there will be a bunch of homemade goods! Hope to see everyone there:)

Thanks,

Animus Leadership Team


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Hi everybody, My name is Patrick Dodds. For My capstone, I am hosting a student short film festival on this Saturday (March 30) from 6-8 pm.  We will be showing a multitude of short films from creators at cannon and other schools. There will be popcorn. Lots and lots of popcorn. Please come out to support some very talented artists, and to have a great time watching great art.Welcome back from Spring Break everyone!


Did you know that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish by weight?! I hope that this, along with some fun service hours, grabs your attention!
I would like to invite anyone interested or wanting to get some extra service hours by coming with me (Liselotte) for a clean-up to support our earth AND my capstone! My capstone has everything to do with plastic pollution in our environment, and I think that it will be a lot of fun to pick up plastic debris with cookies, food, & friends.
The dates & times are:
March 31 –> 9-10:30am (@ the creek behind school)
April 7 –> 9-10:30 am
April 14 –> 9-10:30 am
I will also have some prizes at the end to help you out with your green thumb! 😉
If you are interested, please email me by THIS FRIDAY at: lstratman@cannonschool.org for more information on where to park, what to bring, etc.

As Summer Break draws nearer and nearer, one of our favorite activities is traveling. In fact, my Capstone is associated with my interest in travel through the experiences I had when I went to Ghana in 2014. Next week from April 1st until April 5th, I will be hosting a coin drive on campus as an advisory competition. In each advisory, there will be a jar where I will be accepting spare change (as well as cash if you would like). Whichever advisory donates the most money will receive FREE ADVISORY BREAKFAST.

The money will be given to a Ghanaian college student named Samuel Segla. He is starting a motivational speaking business in Ghana meant to inspire high school and college student. The funds that are raised will go towards the production of a website so he can more easily communicate with schools all across Ghana

If you have any more questions about my Capstone or Samuel Segla, feel free to e-mail me.

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jguasco@cannonschool.org

Best,
Joseph Guasco


Hi guys! I will be hosting an event on Saturday, March 30th from 1pm to 4pm at Kadi Fit in Cornelius, North Carolina. There will be a community workout from 1pm to 2pm. Kadi Fit owners Katie and Mike Dixon will be working with me that afternoon to speak about a healthy mindset around body image, intuitive eating, confidence, and self-love. Katie Dixon will be speaking around 2:15, and Clean Juice will be catered until around 4pm while people relax and reflect on their concepts of self-love and self-worth in their own lives.

Please sign up with the link below!!! 

https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/main_enroll.asp?studioid=41125&tg=&vt=37&lvl=&stype=-8&view=day&trn=2&page=&catid=&prodid=&date=3%2f26%2f2019&classid=0&prodGroupId=&sSU=&optForwardingLink=&qParam=&justloggedin=&nLgIn=&pMode=0&loc=1

Hey guys! My name is Clara Kinken and I am looking for volunteers for my Capstone! The only requirements are that you are a member of the Cannon community (teachers, faculty, and parents are all welcome in addition to students) and speak a language, other than English, fluently. I am recording videos of speakers for WikiTongues, a language preservation organization. If you are at all interested in helping me please email me (ckinken@cannonschool.org) so that we can set up a time to record! Thank you!


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.


For our biorex, we are doing three small experiments on dogs to determine if they are left or right-pawed. The experiments will be putting tape on their nose, retrieving a treat from a kong/dog toy, and placing a treat under a chair for them to get. If you would like to volunteer your dog, we will be meeting on April 7th at 11am in front of the softball field (right next to sophomore parking). The treats provided will be free of most common dog allergies. If you are able to come, please fill out this form to make it a quicker and easier process for both you and for us!!

https://forms.gle/1F3dpdNngE8DckLu8

Thank you,

Renee Boisvert and Lia Carnes


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.


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 28th: Gardner-Webb University

March 29th: James Madison University

April 3rd: University of South Carolina

April 11th: UNC Wilmington

April 12th: Muhlenberg College

 

 

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