“Good friends, good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ― Mark Twain
Grace Kramer, Owen Koehler, & Sr. Haley Todd
Nick Reulbach demonstrated INTEGRITY when he pointed out to a teacher that a grade in the electronic grade book was higher than what he received on a project. Way to go, Nick!
Zach VanWingerden demonstrated KINDNESS by fixing a chair in Ms. Harley’s classroom. Thanks so much, Zach!!!
Ever wanted to go to Machu Picchu?! Join us for a Peru Winterm Trip Interest Meeting Thursday during lunch in Math room 504. If you aren’t able to attend the meeting, please see Ms. Hoffman or Dean Zelaya.
Students for Constitutional Government will be meeting in Foundation Hall on Thursday, May 2nd during lunch. The topic will be federalism.
SENIORS: PLEASE RETURN ALL LIBRARY MATERIAL BY FRIDAY, MAY 3RD OR YOUR ACCOUNT WILL BE BILLED.
There is a schedule change for the College Counseling session regarding teacher letters of recommendation. The original meeting date was during drop periods TOADY, April 30th (this is in your planner). We are changing the day/time of this meeting: it will now be during Student Life on May 9th. So there is NOT a mandatory drop with College Counseling this Tuesday. Information reiterating the date change and locations was sent in an email to all juniors. We look forward to seeing you all on May 9th.
Thank you – The CC Team
For over forty years, Lenoir Rhyne University has celebrated the study of foreign languages and cultures. Students across North Carolina are given the opportunity to demonstrate proficiency in various categories such as poetry recitation, singing and extemporaneous speaking. On Wednesday, April 17th, a team of our own Cannon Cougars traveled to Hickory to compete before a panel of university professors, fellow peers and students from other schools. Please help us in congratulating our Spanish and French teams for their courage and achievements!
Spanish Team: Abby Jo McLaughlin, Alicia Equan, Angelique Seckel, Caroline Livingston, Jessi Dickerson, John Ventura, Mia Biehler, Mudi Tokunboh, Amelia Andretti
French Team: Abigail Lowe, Ali Dulin, Amelie Kadackal, Anna Dumond, Brooke Wesselmann, Courtney Phelps, Emily Aldous, Ashley Phelps, Halle Toya, Hannah Rosa, Jackson Hammond, Danny Yessayan, Jadon Bumgarner, Jimmy Kinsella, Leo Kong, Marques Walker, Megyn Diehl, Mitchel Skolaris, Morgan Teifer, Olivia Harper, Ruby Reimer, Tensli Powers
Jimmy Kinsella- 1st place French Poetry Recitation
Mitchell Skolaris – 2nd place French Extemporaneous Speaking
Caroline Livingston – 1st place Spanish Extemporaneous Speaking
John Ventura – 2nd place Spanish Extemporaneous Speaking
Abby Jo McLaughlin, John Ventura, Caroline Livingston, Mia Biehler, Amelia Andretti – 3rd place Spanish Skit
Angelique Seckel – Honorable Mention Spanish Poetry Recitation
Jessi Dickerson- Honorable Mention Spanish Culture Bee
The Lower School is going to be celebrating OLYMPIC DAY next Friday, May 3rd. Like every year, Coach Killam is looking for about 8 upper school volunteers to help out with serving food at the picnic. The times would be 11:00-12:15. They would receive service hours if they volunteer.