This week’s schedule:
“Never be limited by other people’s limited imaginations.” -Dr. Mae Jemison
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Nicky Thompson, Fen Cleveland, Nadia Ristich, Shritan Reddy, Tucker Kelley, Anyia Brooks-Manning, Skylar Couture, Katie Caplan, Quentin Clarke, Caroline Mills, and Sarah Leonard all demonstrated COURAGE by actively participating in a Student Life activity on Thursday. THANK- YOU!!
Mrs. Huffman, Ms. Finneyfrock and Mr. Hurtado shared their PASSIONS for teaching and learning with Leadership Cabarrus!
Isabella Friedli displayed INTEGRITY when turned in a pair of lost Apple Air-Pods to the front office.
Special thanks to the TEAMWORK Chandra Pridgen, Reigan Richardson, Georgia McKay and Jake Seeber displayed helping their teacher set up for class. Special shoutout to Chandra for her KINDNESS is setting up the tech!
Madelena Cagnina demonstrated TEAMWORK and KINDNESS when she brought in a lamp to help her teacher see better.
***Hey upper school!!! House Humanitas wanted to let you know that this week for stress free Friday, we’re hosting an open Quizzez game!! Be on the lookout for a link that you can join into the game with on Friday!! Have a wonderful week!!
***Interested in running for a Student Council Officer (President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, PR Rep) position? The officers’ election date is March 10th. Campaigns open Wednesday, February 24. Candidates must attend a mandatory interest meeting on February 22 at 703 during flex. Speeches are due by 3 pm on March 8th. Remote students may log into zoom for this meeting.
As always, all campaign materials must be approved before they are posted, and any social media campaigns must be public.
Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors: Election season is beginning! If you live a life of HONOR and would like to help Cannon School’s Honor Council, please stop by to meet with either Ms. Beth Lineberger or Dean Booker to discuss this opportunity. Speeches need to be submitted by February 22st at 4pm.
The Upper Math Department would like to invite all Juniors and Seniors, who qualify, to apply for induction to Mu Alpha Theta—Cannon’s Math Honor Society. Applications are due to Mr. Scurlock no later than Friday, February 19th. Please print the application at https://bit.ly/2Osif1j. You may give your applications directly to Mr. Scurlock or to your current Math teacher.
To be inducted into Mu Alpha Theta a student must meet all of the following criteria.
- Be a junior or senior.
- Have completed any level of Precalculus.
- Have been enrolled at Cannon for one full year.
- Enrolled in or completed an AP or AT math course
- Have earned a 3.7 unweighted GPA in all math courses.
- Have earned a 3.5 unweighted GPA all courses.
- Complete the application by the posted deadline
Happy Black History Month! Over the Summer, Alicia Equan and I (Roshni Desai) did a program called Girls Who Code where we learned the basics of coding. One of our assignments was to create a website that talks about a social issue we care about. We decided to talk about racial injustices however, over the course of the year we have edited our website so that it can be shared with the Cannon Community during Black History Month. During advisory, we would love for you to visit our website and learn more about black excellence in different professions. As well as the personal experiences of each interviewee. We will be adding a new page to the site each week of black history month so, make sure to check back on it!
Here is the Link: https://bhm-website.glitch.me
To note: the formatting for the website is not suitable for phones or tablets! We are still working on that 🙂
Hello All My name is Josh Reid I am an 11th grader in Mr. West Advisory. My church and I are doing a reading book drive for the children at the promising pages organization. Promising pages organization is a non profit organization in Charlotte, North Carolina that collects books for underprivileged children. I will be setting up a box in the upper school atrium, on top of the stairs at the back entrance to the Upper School Building. Any books new to gently used will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Black History Month Trivia Table
Stop by the hallway outside of Foundation hall for a chance to spin the wheel and win some fabulous prizes, including dress down passes from the Dean Team.
When: February 25th during lunch (11:40-12:20)
RHO KAPPA, Social Studies Honor Society is the only national organization for high school juniors and seniors that recognizes excellence in the field of Social Studies. RHO KAPPA provides national recognition and opportunities for exploration in the social studies.
The mission and purpose of this organization is:
- to promote scholarship and to recognize academic excellence in social studies in secondary school environments and the community.
- to provide through its local chapters opportunities for exploration in the social studies in secondary school environments and the community.
- to encourage interest in, understanding of, and appreciation for the social studies.
Candidates for membership should:
- Have been in attendance at the school in which the chapter resides for the equivalent of one semester prior to being considered.
- Have completed four semesters of courses in the field of social studies and be prepared to complete at least six semesters. The minimum grade point average for these courses is a weighted 3.67 or the numerical equivalent.
- Have an overall cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.5 or the numerical equivalent.
- Have a proven track record of interest and participation in service-related activities.
- Have a proven track record of strong attendance and positive contribution to a community of learning in a social studies classroom.
If you meet the requirements listed above, please request an application from Ms. Harley at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5 February 2021 at 3 pm. Applications are due no later than 11February 2021 at 3pm. Questions? Speak with any Social Studies teacher.
Art Expression for Everyone Series
Flex Time Fridays February 19th & 26th
(Sign up for one, two or three!)
All are welcome–no artistic talent needed to join!
Artwork serves as a visual documentation of our thoughts and feelings. Engaging in creating these images can offer solutions to problems and insights into the cause of these feelings. Join Ms. Cabellos and Ms. Hoffman for a short series of art expression exercises, both in person and online, to create, process, and share work in a safe group space.
The series will run during flex time on Fridays during February in Foundation Hall and Zoom. Please RSVP at the following link: Art Expression Series RSVP
Course Registration Key Dates!
Wednesday, March 10
Last day of course registration
Please watch the following videos about submitting course request.
Rising Sophomores Rising Juniors Rising Seniors
Meditation with Mrs. Miller
Thursdays at 12:15
Mrs. Miller’s classroom 614
Also on Zoom: https://cannonschool-org.zoom.us/j/5629582023
Are you stressed out? Bored? Seeking greater insight? Just want a quiet place to be? Join Mrs. Miller on Thursdays at the end of lunch to practice a short meditation (10-15 mins). You don’t need any experience. Students and adults are invited. I will be meditating whether anyone joins or not, so feel free to slip in silently and join if you want. I will guide a short, secular mindfulness meditation. No commitment needed. Come once or every week.
Seniors, Juniors & SOPHOMORES!! are invited to sign-up in SCOIR for Zoom meetings with College Admission Representatives. Sessions will be during lunch and office hours. Check SCOIR for the most up-to-date listing of college representative visits and click HERE for full registration directions. Use this Zoom Meeting Link to connect and, if required on your device, the meeting ID: 707 028 3745 to tune in remotely.
You may come to The Cube if you are on campus during the rep visit and need a place to log into the Zoom session. We recommend you bring headphones for the Zoom visit!
2/16: Trinity University – Dublin
2/17: East Carolina University
2/18: Appalachian State University
2/23: Anderson University
2/25: NC State University
3/9: Virginia Commonwealth University and NC A&T State University
4/20: Butler University
NATIONAL VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIRS
The University of South Carolina is among more than 500 institutions participating in a National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) virtual college fair series hosted throughout the spring. Events will be offered on February 28, March 21 and May 7 from 1 – 7 p.m. EST. For more information or to register for the event, students may visit virtualcollegefairs.org/events.