“Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th. -Julie Andrews
Kenlee Griffin and Kate Booker demonstrated COURAGE by speaking about their weekend traditions to a predominantly Christian audience.
Hats off to Caleb Campos for going beyond, displaying INTEGRITY, to make sure he got what he needed from English class even though he wasn’t able to log on right away.
Jimmy Kinsella shows PASSION for cooking when he shows up for his English class with homemade pasta and homemade sauce every day!
Alex Lahners deserves PASSION kudos for making his D block English class laugh by instigating a game of hide-the-skull.
Olivia Neilsen demonstrated KINDNESS by staying after class to ask Mrs. Coughlin how she and her family are doing and to recommend shows to binge-watch based on shows she knows Mrs. Coughlin likes.
Kaylin Slattery deserves recognition for being the first person to advisory in person, and the first person to advisory on WEBEX almost every morning, just as she’s been doing for the past 4 years. Consistent INTEGRITY.
Today: Anna Galloway and Sarah Kuo
4/13: Matthew Leck, Tucker Johnson and Mrs. Scurlock
4/12: Hannah Denby, Taylor Denby and Ms. Kato-Starr
4/11: Azlynn Anderson, Emily Cleveland, Kunal Handa, Hayes Leatherman and Logan Lowe
****AP Students – IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED: Please verify ASAP that you are using a PERSONAL email address to log into your College Board account. If you are using your Cannon email address for your College Board account, you should sign into your College Board account immediately and change your email address to a personalemail address. This is necessary for College Board to deliver direct communications and actual exam(s) to you.
Contact College Board immediately if you are unable to make these changes OR if you are unable to access your College Board account. You may use either contact number below to do so:
AP Services for Students: 1-888-225-5427
College Board Student Account Helpline: 1-866-315-6068
Drivers’ Ed Online Classes
The DMV has just granted WatsOnWheels permission to conduct driver’s education classes online starting on Monday, April 13th. Anyone who had previously signed up will be contacted by them directly. If you now want to participate in these classes, please go to their website at watsonwheelsnc.com to sign up.
Please let them know that you are a Cannon student so you will get the discounted rate.
AP/AT Students: On Friday, April 3, College Board provided additional details and updates to this year’s “at-home” AP Exam testing process. Please check your email regularly for direct communications from College Board. You can access an informational “one-pager” of the changes to AP Exam administration HERE – this document will be updated as College Board releases more information. Please contact Mrs. Kulp, your College Counselor, or your AP teacher with questions or concerns.
Every Monday from 8:30-9:30 am, ACC will host an “open” meeting opportunity for ANY student wanting drop-in support (quick check-in, questions, virtual space to work, etc.). Students can access the open meeting HERE.