“Great things in business are never done by one person.They are done by a team of people”
Over the weekend 9/7: Mr. West
Michael Micolucci and Andrew Andujar demonstrated TEAMWORK when they helped take a cart back to the Lower School for a teacher.
Aubrey Haas demonstrated PASSION when she taught herself how to write her name in cuneiform.
Will Zandhuis demonstrated KINDNESS when he went out of his way to hold the door for Dean Zelaya and her children.
Carter Rice demonstrated KINDNESS as he helped a fellow student break down and carry a heavy table after the club fair.
Jadon Williams and DJ Nix displayed KINDNESS as they helped the deans breakdown and carry tables after the club fair.
Morgan Stilphen showed RESPECT for our building by cleaning up glitter that had spilled in the hall.
Marielle Bumgarner and Tierney Finn demonstrated KINDNESS when they volunteered part of her student choice block to clean two teachers whiteboards.
The Upper School Model UN team is hosting an INTEREST MEETINGon MONDAY, SEPT 9 in the Library Annex during lunch!!!! Come hear more about what we will be doing this year and how you can get committed to MUN—or just give it a try! Permission slips for CHARMUN will be distributed. Attendance at this meeting counts for veteran delegates too, so current MUN members should plan to attend!
Dive right in!!! If you are interested in learning more about the Awesome Aqua Cougars, there will be an interest meeting in Foundation Hall at lunch on 9/9.
There will be a mandatory information session for all students enrolled in an AP/AT course on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 in the CPAC during Student Choice. Please bring your laptop and your College Board account login information. If you do not remember or know your College Board login information and are not able to reset it on your own, please reach out to Mrs. Kulp (firstname.lastname@example.org) ASAP.
The MiLL’s Make of the Month for September are vinyl stickers for your laptop, water bottle, phone, or anything else that you want to personalize! Stop by The MiLL This Friday during lunch or choice to create and cut your monogram or your own original design. No equipment required, and no experience necessary: we’ll help you out along every step of the way!
Class of 2023! Are you interested in representing your peers on Student Council? Elections will be held on the Freshman Trip. Please see Ms. Harley in room 703 to pick up an information packet. Speeches and sign-offs will be due by 3 pm September 9th.
2019-2020 STUDENT AMBASSADOR NETWORK
Interested in being an Upper School Student Ambassador this year?
The Admission Office Team invites all Upper School students to be active Student Ambassadors for the 2019-2020 academic year. To do so, please complete a Student Ambassador Profile (an 8-10 minute Survey Monkey).
Information about SAN and links to the Student Ambassador Profile can also be found on the Student Ambassador Network Power School Page
If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Holliway in the Admission Office.
The AquaCougs are looking forward to returning to action this winter! It is hard to believe there is only 59 days until we get to hang out at 5:50am in the aquatic utopia swimming wonderland (aka the pool deck of the west Cabarrus YMCA).
Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey below so we can create a potential roster for planning purposes. When I get survey results in I will schedule a lunch time interest meeting.
If you are a junior or senior interested in being a captain please fill out this link. Please know that ALL seniors are considered leaders of the team. Not being selected a captain does NOT diminish your leadership responsibility.
So excited for an amazing season!
-The Aquacoug coaching staff
There will be a meeting of all girls interested in varsity softball on Friday, September 6 at 11:15 am in the Private Dining Room. Please grab some lunch and come meet with Head Coach Maves to receive information concerning workouts and the upcoming season in the spring.
Math Café Grand Opening event on Friday, September 6, 2019 in room 606 (the ACC room) before school, starting at 7:30 AM . There will be food and drinks and mathematics, served up fresh by your favorite math faculty members. Math questions are welcome, but not required to attend. Regular Math Café hours:
There will be an interest meeting for any male students wishing to play varsity men’s lacrosse this spring on Friday, September 6 at 11:15 am in Foundation Hall. Please grab some lunch and plan to meet Coach Schattner in Foundation Hall to go over information concerning the upcoming season.
Auditions for Cannon Theater Company’s winter musical “Bright Star” will happen on Monday, September 9! Special audition slots are reserved for fall athletes who can’t come during the regular audition times. For more information and to sign up for an audition, go to www.cannonschool.org/ctc
SOPHOMORES: You will earn points for your Houses by breaking in tour boots for Outward Bound. Wear your hiking boots on the following days and let your House leaders know: 9/6.
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. Students who need assistance accessing their Naviance account or registering for college visits should contact their college counselor.
9/6: Hillsdale College
9/9: 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, Hollins, Hampden-Sydney and Northeastern University
9/24: Clemson University and Jacksonville University
9/25: University of Cincinnati, Dartmouth College, Davidson College and Samford University
9/26: Campbell University
9/27: Connecticut College
10/1: Xavier University, 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, Queens University – Charlotte 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, George Mason and Dickinson College
10/11: Vanderbilt University
10/14: The George Washington University and Brandeis University
10/15: Trinity University, Sweet Briar College 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 and Lafayette College
10/23: The University of Arizona, Rhodes College, Clark University and University of Richmond
10/24: Chapman University
10/28: Merrimack College
10/29: Texas Christian University
11/4: Gettysburg College
11/5: Hofstra University
11/6: Lynn University
11/7: University of Delaware