ADVISORY AGENDA 5.1.20 (Day 1)

“If life was a book; every day would be a new page, every month would be a new chapter, and every year would be a new series.”-Elizabeth Duivenvoorde

Question of the Day: 

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If all the computers, electronic devices and software on earth disappeared tomorrow, what would you do with your time?

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Gossage Cup

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Lauren Skolaris demonstrated KINDNESS when she offered a suggestion on how to celebrate her class of 2020 peers.


Owen Koehler

Grace Kramer

 



Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week is May 4th – May 8th!

The Cannon Connections Teacher/Staff Appreciation Committee has planned the following weeklong celebration of Cannon staff and teachers.

Monday – Recognition Surprise

Tuesday – Sweet Treat

Wednesday – Family Dinner

Thursday – Superhero T-shirt

Friday – Virtual Frenzy Friday

We are asking students to join in this weeklong celebration.  Teachers will be asked to wear their Superhero T-shirts on Thursday, May 7 and we encourage students to wear their favorite superhero shirts to advisory and classes that day and to make sure to take pictures!  On Virtual Frenzy Friday, please make sure to give a shout out to your teachers – in class, via email, on social media, etc.  Tell them why you appreciate them and make sure to personalize your message with a picture or video message!


AP/AT STUDENTS:  PLEASE DEVOTE UNINTERRUPTED TIME TO READ THROUGH THE 2020 AP AT-HOME TESTING GUIDE.

As you review the guide, WRITE DOWN questions you have. Mrs. Kulp will be available in an “open” WebEx Meeting space from 2:00-3:00 PM to field AP-related questions on the following days over the next 2 weeks.  Please see the subject-specific meeting schedule below:

  • Thursday, April 30 (TODAY!)ENGLISH / ARTS / COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • Friday, May 1 (TOMORROW!)  –HISTORY
  • Wednesday, May 6SCIENCE
  • Thursday, May 7MATH
  • Friday, May 8WORLD LANGUAGE

If you have any questions prior to your subject-specific Q&A, please reach out directly to Mrs. Kulp.


Hey seniors! Don’t forget to send Mrs. Reiss your college t-shirt/sweatshirt pics by Friday, May 1 at 2:00 pm. Check your inboxes for a more detailed message that came from Mrs. McClanahan. Thanks!


Student Recommendation Corner

Submitted by: Victoria Schneider ‘20

Shoe Dog by Phil Knight

In this candid and riveting memoir, for the first time ever, Nike founder and CEO Phil Knight shares the inside story of the company’s early days as an intrepid start-up and its evolution into one of the worlds most iconic, game-changing, and profitable brands.


The Peer Support Team Wants to Know,

How are you taking care?

HAMMOCK HAMMOCKING: pst; member, Jackson Hammock ‘21, relaxing outdoors!

Relaxing, being outdoors, and having a positive attitude are great ways to Take Care! Doing “nothing” is a big SOMETHING when it comes to wellness.

Students: Send a photo of yourself Taking Care to pst; advisors:

ahoffman@cannonschool.org or kross@cannonschool.org

If you need some encouragement, reach out to members of the Cannon Peer Support Team or The US Counseling Department/ pst; Advisors


Are you looking for something to read?  Cannon School library now has access to Sora- an eBook collections with 500 titles- YA fiction, juvenile, graphic novels, drama, biography, and more.

Use the link below to access Sora.  Students may sign in using their Cannon School Google Account.

https://soraapp.com/library/cannonnc



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.


Cannon Spring Invitational Overwatch Tournament

What: During these unprecedented times, electronic gaming presents an opportunity to unite Cannon School students and give the Cannon community something to support and look forward to.

An eSports tournament hosted by Cannon and powered by LocalLive will stream eSports matches, providing students positive interaction with one another. Students will compete in 6v6 matches within Overwatch, Blizzard Entertainment’s award-winning team-based action game, and a flagship title within the global eSports scene. Players select from a roster of over 30 in-game characters known as “heroes,” each with unique strategies and play styles. Each team of six players must work to secure or defend various map-based objectives, using teamwork, strategy, and individual skill to outsmart and overpower the opposing team.

The tournament will be restricted to Upper School teams. We are planning to partner with LocalLive, who will stream and narrate the matches for an online audience. The Cannon Technology team would organize and run the tournament.

Where: Online

When: TBD (Potentially the weekend of May 16-17)

Students who are interested in playing Overwatch or any eSports please reach out to Mr. Tran at ttran@cannonschool.org

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