The future belongs to those who believes in the beauty of their dreams. -Eleanor Roosevelt
Emma Auchterlonie and Jake Hayworth
John Besh waited when it was inconvenient to him to do so to hold the door for faculty when they were coming into the cafeteria, showing KINDNESS.
Kate Booker demonstrated KINDNESS when she took a new fellow advisee under her wing and showed her where to go.
Tierney O’Brien Finn demonstrated KINDNESS when she volunteered to let a new student shadow her.
Kate Nelson showed KINDNESS by picking up trash that others left behind in the senior lounge.
Tucker Johnson, Jamie Landau, Sam Hilbish, Declan Hurley, Jacob Lafferty, Sam Lucas and Kate Nelson all showed KINDNESS by helping College Counseling unload supplies for the upcoming College Kick-off!
Megan Hnilica showed PASSION by reminding us about an important advisory date!
Trinity Mathis demonstrated PASSION for her schoolwork by working ahead on her English assignment.
There will be a meeting of all girls interested in playing basketball for Cannon School for the 2019-2020 season on Thursday, August 22 at 11:25 am in the Private Dining Room. Please meet Coach Drakeford at this time for important information concerning the upcoming basketball season.
The Grief Affinity Group is sponsoring a 3-week grief seminar during lunch Wednesday, August 21st, Wednesday, August 28th & Tuesday, Sept. 3rd in room 512. Mrs. Hoffman, US Counselor, and Shea Collins, grief counselor, invite all students wishing to talk, listen, or learn about how to handle grief and/or support a friend. Contact Mrs. Hoffman or Mr. Ross if you have any questions.
It’s HOT outside. Soon it will be cold, icy, and miserable. The Class of 2020 is trying to raise funds for a gift to Cannon School. If you are interested in submitting a bid for one of four PRIMO parking spaces, email Dean Booker with the maximum you’d be willing to donate. All bids must be received by 8/30 at 3:05pm. Help yourself and the Class of 2020!!!
The MiLL at Cannon School (aka The Upper School Makerspace, or what used to be called the Outback) is open and ready for Making! All students are welcome to stop by during lunch and choice to see and use the space, and to learn both more about what resources are available to use and how to get trained on the equipment. Keep an eye on the blog for information about this year’s Make of the Month projects, where you’ll have the opportunity to make a number of seasonal one-shot projects from decals to decorations and more.
This year, video gaming in The MiLL will be welcome only on Fridays and open only to students who have utilized the space to work on projects outside of class time earlier in the week. For more information please contact Mush Hughes in person or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome back to school! Thank you to ALL of you who wrote notes of encouragement last year that were sent to Mr. Riley. We continued to send these notes his way throughout the summer. Many of you may have heard that Mr. Riley will not be here at the start of the school year. We would like to continue to send our memories, words of encouragement, PUNS, dad jokes, etc. his way. If you would like to contribute, please bring your contribution to Mrs. Mattsson (Room 630). Thank you! Have a great year.
There will be an interest meeting for the Upper School Robotics Team this Tuesday, 8/20, in The Mill during lunch. We’ll discuss the year’s competition, practice schedule, and other engineering opportunities. No experience is necessary, and feel free to attend even just to check it out! For more information, or if you’re interested but cannot attend, contact Mush Hughes at email@example.com
Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores are invited to sign-up on Naviance 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 see the most up to date list of colleges visiting Cannon, to learn more about a specific college, to find out visit times and to register to attend. Visits will be held in The Cube or College Counseling Offices.
9/3: Guilford College
9/4: Franklin & Marshall College, Furman University, Meredith College and University of New Hampshire at Durham
9/5: East Carolina University, Haverford College and St. Lawrence University
9/6: Hillsdale College
9/9: Xavier University, University of Notre Dame, Union College (New York) and Bucknell University
9/16: Christopher Newport University
9/17: Catawba College and Stetson University
9/18: University of Georgia and Villanova University
9/19: Saint Michael’s College
9/23: The University of Alabama in Huntsville and Northeastern University
9/24: Clemson University and Jacksonville University
9/25: University of Cincinnati, Dartmouth College, and Samford University
9/26: Campbell University
10/1: High Point University and Allegheny College
10/2: Mount St. Mary’s University – Maryland, Agnes Scott College, Butler University and Miami University, Oxford
10/3: University of Chicago, Georgia State University and University of Miami
10/4: College of Charleston, University of North Carolina at Asheville and Washington and Lee University
10/7: Denison University and Wittenberg University
10/8: Colgate University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Wake Forest University, Appalachian State University, Auburn University and Elon University
10/10: Wofford College, Roanoke College and Dickinson College
10/11: Vanderbilt University
10/14: The George Washington University and Brandeis University
10/15: Trinity University and Baylor University
10/17: Gardner-Webb University, Bowdoin College, American University and Washington University in St. Louis
10/22: Sewanee: The University of the South
10/23: The University of Arizona, Clark University and University of Richmond
10/29: Texas Christian University
11/4: Gettysburg College
11/5: Hofstra University
11/6: Lynn University
11/7: University of Delaware