Over the weekend 9/21: Ms. Mattsson and Mr. Zebracki
Ashwika Battu showed PASSION for working hard outside of class to put together her audition video for the ASTA All-State Orchestra.
Mia Biehler demonstrated KINDNESS by being proactive when a friend needed help.
Leighton Evans demonstrated TEAMWORK when she helped secure a proctor for New Student Seminar when she realized the students were unsupervised.
Maya Goldsberry demonstrated KINDNESS by being proactive when a friend needed help.
Chase Hensley demonstrated PASSION for his craft by performing services above and beyond the call of duty on behalf of CSPN.
Amaya King demonstrated KINDNESS by being proactive when a friend needed help.
Owen Koehler has displayed PASSION seeking out extra help and going above and beyond to prepare for his audition for the All-State Orchestra.
Erin Kohlhepp has displayed PASSION by working hard outside of school and going above and beyond to record and prepare for her All-State audition. She has also been working hard putting together her audition video for the ASTA All-State Orchestra.
Henry Lark showed PASSION as he worked hard outside of school going above and beyond to record and prepare for his All-State audition.
Olivia Nielsen demonstrated COURAGE and KINDNESS and PASSION when she went above and beyond to provide aid to a classmate in need on the class trip.
Chloe Winchester showed PASSION as she worked hard outside of school going above and beyond to record and prepare for her All-State audition.
Deven Dighe demonstrated PASSION for his craft by performing services above and beyond the call of duty on behalf of CSPN.
Homecoming 2019-The 50th Anniversary…Stay Gold, Cannon School!!
Please play the following link for details about Homecoming 2019. Ms. Eury will send you more information via email next week along with a link to pre-purchase tickets.
DO YOU WANT TO BE RECOGNIZED AS A GLOBAL CITIZEN? ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS? DO YOU LIKE HEARING AMBASSADORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD SPEAK ABOUT GLOBAL AFFAIRS?
EARN THE CANNON SCHOOL GLOBAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE AND STAND OUT ON COLLEGE APPLICATIONS!
If you are taking AP Environmental Science or Advanced Topics in Social Sciences or English, volunteering with international communities, or participating in Cannon educational trips abroad, you may be on the way to earn this certificate.
Please contact Dr. Simard-Newman at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a copy of the requirements.
Anyone who is interested in playing Varsity Baseball this coming spring should come to the Multipurpose Turf Room on Thursday, September 26th at 1:05pm.
King of the Court is coming up fast!!!! We need teams comprised of 6-8 senior and junior boys! You will also need a volleyball coach to lead your team!!! Please reach out to Katie Grissom (email@example.com) or Stephanie Grissom (firstname.lastname@example.org) to let us know that you will be participating! The preliminary round will be held at Cannon School and the finals will be held at Cox Mill on October 23rd! Thanks so much and we hope to see you on the courts!
Model UN: We are having our first official SKILL BUILDING MEETING on Monday 9/23 at lunch in the library annex! If you came to the interest meeting and want to get involved in MUN, please join us on Monday for a crash course in Parliamentary Procedure! This is a great opportunity to drop off your CHARMUN permission slips, which are due anyway by next Friday, 9/27!
Thank you to all the Club Leaders who participated in our Club Fair! Here’s a link to all of our clubs this year: http://bit.ly/USClubs19-20
Any student who was absent on Club Fair Day may email the student leader and the faculty advisor to the club and request to join and be invited to their next meeting. See Dean Zelaya or Dean Williams with any questions.
Fall 2019 Driver Education Program
This year, Cannon School has contracted with a local company to offer a driver education program during the fall semester. Classes and behind-the-wheel instruction will be provided by WatsOnWheels (https://www.watsonwheelsnc.com/). WatsOnWheels has agreed to offer Cannon students a discount and provide the course for $350 per student. The classes will be held Monday – Friday, November 4th- 15th in Foundation Hall from 3:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
Students must be 14½ years of age when the classes begin to be eligible to register. To complete the class, students must have thirty hours of class time and six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. We hope to offer another class in the spring through WatsOnWheels, but we have yet to schedule specific dates.
After the class portion is complete, the instructor will coordinate with students individually to complete the behind-the-wheel requirements during their school drop periods or after school hours.
The $350 fee is due on the first day of class and may be charged to the student’s Cannon School account or paid in the form of a check made out to “Watson Wheels LLC”.
To register for the fall driver education class, please complete this Google Form https://forms.gle/gQ4RNzj7ESFxL8Ni8
If you have additional questions, please email me (email@example.com).
Homecoming 5k and Fun Run
Saturday, October 5
Cross Country Trail
After a fun night at the Homecoming game, join us Saturday, October 5 for this year’s annual Homecoming 5k and Fun Run!
Runners and walkers of all levels are welcome to participate. Participation fee is $20. Prizes will be awarded for the top 3 male and female runners.
Seniors: The deadline to apply for Cannon nominations for Jefferson, Centennial or Belk Scholarships is Oct. 15th. Submit the required materials to Dr. Wilner via email by 3 pm on Oct.15th. If you are uncertain of what to submit, please speak with your college counselor.
Juniors: The deadline to submit an application for Cannon nomination to NC Governor’s School is Oct. 15th.Materials must be submitted to Dr. Wilner as a printed packet by 3 pm on Friday, Oct. 15th. If you are interested in applying, please try to attend the LUNCH & LEARN about Governor’s School THIS Thursday in the CUBE. Also, let your college counselor know, and s/he will help you understand the requirements for applying (which includes two letters of recommendation).
Sophomores: Interested in a fantastic 3-day HOBY Leadership Seminar this summer? Please read about HOBY online and submit these two items to Dr. Wilner via email no later than 3 pm on Oct. 15th:
1. Brief paragraph detailing why you want to participate in HOBY.
2. List of activities/resume
The United Schutzhund Clubs of America will be hosting the USCA National Show for German Shepherd Dogs on October 10 through 13th, at the Iredell County Fairgrounds. This event is shaping up to be the single largest breed show for German Shepherd Dogs in U.S. history, and we could use many volunteers on October 12 and 13th. We are looking for student groups that would be interested in earning service-hour credit to meet their National Honor Society, Beta Club, Key Club, ROTC, FFA, 4-H, etc. requirements. Student responsibilities could include being runners for judges’ scoresheets and refreshment needs, assisting the tabulation and registration teams, at the Information booths, and general assistance for the event. If you have group sponsors and/or students who would like to know more about this opportunity or to earn service hours while participating at this historic event, please have them contact me for further information. Stanley W Craddock, USCA Performance Judge #50
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.
9/23: The University of Alabama in Huntsville, Hollins, Hampden-Sydney, Simmons University and Northeastern University
9/24: Clemson University, Lipscomb 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, Carleton College, High Point University and Allegheny College
10/2: Mount St. Mary’s University – Maryland, NC State, Agnes Scott College, Butler University and Miami University, Oxford
10/3: University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, Georgia State University and University of Miami
10/4: College of Charleston, Trinity College, University of North Carolina at Asheville and Washington and Lee University
10/7: Denison University, Queens University – Charlotte, Presbyterian College, University of Kentucky 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
10/25: University of St. Andrews
10/28: Merrimack College
10/29: Texas Christian University
10/30: Boston College
11/4: Gettysburg College
11/5: Hofstra University
11/6: Lynn University
11/7: University of Delaware
11/21: Salisbury University