“Motivation gets you going and habit gets you there.” -Zig Ziglar
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Deven Dighe demonstrated leadership and TEAMWORK by teaching newly-acquired stress mitigation techniques to the middle school robotics team.
Camp Cannon Job Opportunity
***Are you looking for a summer job? Do you consider yourself flexible, good with kids, willing to take risks and/or a hard worker? Do you enjoy engaging with others in our Cannon community? If so, you’re exactly who Camp Cannon is looking for to be a part of camp this summer! Applications for new employees open on 1/29 and can be found HERE. We will be taking applications until all positions are filled.
All returning employees should inform Mr. Borowicz about their interest in working at Camp Cannon again this summer by 2/28. You can reach him at email@example.com.
Reminder: Flik will Not be offering lunch service Thursday 1/14 and Friday 1/15
We will have breakfast, snacks, beverages available for purchase throughout the day
Beginning on Tuesday, January 19th in an effort to mitigate lines and allow for quick lunch pickup service, we will be returning to a pre-order only service
We hope that this process will be temporary as we try to eliminate any and all possibilities of transmission of Covid 19, while our region battles against the continued growth in cases.
***Please click here to view a quick video from Dr. Simard-Newman regarding information about the Global Studies Certificate.
Hello everyone! If you are interested in tutoring your peers in your favorite subjects, sign up using the link below. Each time you tutor it counts as service hours! (You do not have to be a member of Animus to participate) https://forms.gle/DsigFxQF5VmxhAM69
-House Animus Academic Team
Thank you and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Please remember to submit your S.H.R.E.D. board design proposals to Mush (email@example.com) by the end of the week!
S.H.R.E.D. Charlotte – Skaters Helping Realize Excellent Dreams – is a Charlotte Nonprofit Organization that helps families with children suffering from extraordinary medical conditions. Their main event each spring is a custom skateboard art auction, and Cannon has been given two blank skateboard decks to design and donate to the cause – one with “traditional” art, and one with “maker” art. All Cannon students are encouraged to submit a proposal for a design! Design finalists will be chosen by the Upper School Arts department on next week, and you’ll have from January until early April to complete the piece. If you’re interested, email Mush (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get more info or to submit your design.