“In times of stress, the best thing we can do for each other is to listen with our ears and our hearts and to be assured that our questions are just as important as our answers.” -Fred Rogers
Andrew Andujar showed TEAMWORK when he connected Outlook to WebEx!
Noelle Nieske showed COURAGE when she recommended pulling the plug on WebEx and going to ZOOM so that Advisory could connect!
Kate Nelson and Azlynn Anderson showed TEAMWORK when they explained how folks could share their AP Psych work to Dropbox.
Gracie Ledet, Rebecca Jones and Bella Edmondson showed TEAMWORK as they helped classmates who were having technology issues. They FaceTimed them and put their phones in front of their laptops for our Spanish conversion time!
It worked well!
Taylor Geist showed TEAMWORK when she found and then explained a feature of the webinar screen to the entire class!
Cam Abaqueta demonstrated RESPECT when he dressed up for class today, and he earned bonus points for wardrobe changes (it was like Super Bowl 2020!) during English going from dressy to medium to casual.
***The wonderful and amazing Upper School Social Studies teacher Ms. Rebecca Eury is now DOCTOR Rebecca Eury, after earning her doctorate in education from Northeastern University last week. Please give her a virtual high five!
Hello Upper School Students!
As we are navigating this unusual time, we want you to know the IT Department is still available to help you with any of your tech needs.
Since you can’t stop by our office, please send an email email@example.com so an IT Ticket can be generated and someone can reach out with the help you need as soon as possible. Replies to your ticket will come through your Cannon email.
Are you interested in being a class representative on next year’s Student Council? Join me on Tuesday, March 31st at 9:15 for an interest meeting. We will discuss timeframes and the format for the election. Speeches will be due by 3 pm on April 3rd. The link to the online meeting is
All Upper School Students: On Monday, March 23rd you were sent an email from College Counseling requesting you to follow the Cannon School College Counseling blog to receive up-to-date posts related to standardized testing, college admissions, AP exams, etc. Please review this email and, if you haven’t already, subscribe to the College Counseling blog here.