DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 11.04.21


I am hosting a donation drive on behalf of the Bright Blessings Organization from November 1st– November 12th. All possible donation items are listed in the flyer and all donations can be dropped in the donation box which is located in the atrium. Thank you for your support!
~ Sana Pandey


“Your circle should want to see you win. Your circle should clap the loudest when you have good news. If they don’t, get a new circle.”-Anonymous


Gossage Cup

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James Fisher 



Devin Bell is a young man of INTEGRITY, which he illustrated when he pointed out to a teacher that she had made a grading error in his favor.

Coleman Ward and Gavin Powell displayed TEAMWORK when they helped Dean Williams get the corn hole boards back to their home. Much appreciated, guys.

Rayyan Syed and Adriana Pena showed integrity and patience in working with the college counseling through some miscommunications with an admission representative. We appreciate your understanding!

Courtney Phelps showed kindness helping the CC Team clean up after CORE on Monday! Thank you!

Caeden Otey, Nick Reulbach, and Quentin Clarke showed KINDNESS when they cleaned up a mess of red cut out paper left behind in the Commons!

Quentin Clarke showed COURAGE when he slayed a hornet inside the school.

Harshini Gadudasu and DJ Nix showed KINDNESS when they scouted for a missing Christmas tree.

The Ruddy Advisory showed INTEGRITY when they showed up to the Reulbach Advisory to work on the Social Institute during Student Life. 



***On Veterans Day, Thursday November 11th during lunch and office hours, the History Club and Film Club will be co-sponsoring a film screening and service project special event in Huff’s room (705 – 3rd floor)! While watching Peter Jackson’s brilliant film about the First World War, They Shall Not Grow Old, we will write cards of support to veterans. Yummy treats will be provided. Everyone welcome!

 


Join us TODAY during lunch for a presentation on COMMUNICATION from Mr. Hans Peterson in Foundation Hall.  All leaders and learners are welcome!

 


This past Saturday, Cannon Theater Company performed two one-act plays, “Winter Break” and “The Dumb Waiter,” at the North Carolina Theater Conference High School Play Festival, taking home six awards (listed below,) and now they are excited to perform these shows in the CPAC next weekend, Nov 11, 12, and 13 @ 7:00pm! Come check out the amazing work of these 26 cast and crew members. Admission is free for Cannon School employees and families, $5 for guests. Masking is required for all audience members.

Outstanding Achievement in Acting: Ethan Koch in “The Dumb Waiter” (1 of 2 winners)

Excellence in Acting: Katie Caplan in “Winter Break” (1 of 8 winners)

Outstanding Achievement in Design and Production: Amaya King (1 of 2 winners)

Excellence in Design and Production: Nathan Campbell (1 of 8 winners)

Excellence in Characterization for the cast of “Winter Break” (sole winner)

Excellence in Execution of Theatrical Genre for “The Dumb Waiter” (sole winner)

For more information on “Winter Break” and “The Dumb Waiter,” go to https://www.cannonschool.org/arts/theater/theater-productions


Fall LAN Party – November 4th, 2021  5pm-10pm

$5 Entry gets you pizza, drinks and one raffle entry to winning a Secret Lab Chair or Nintendo Switch. You can purchase an additional raffle ticket $1 per ticket (25 max).

Use one of our gaming pc’s or bring your own.

Schedule

3pm-5pm – Prep time if you need

5pm – Ping Pong and Racing Trial Challenge starts

6pm – First raffle drawing

7pm – 1st Annual Crosstown Rivalry vs Charlotte Latin

8pm – Mario Kart Racing Challenge

9pm – Final raffle

10pm – Finish

Please email csg@cannonschool.org to RSVP

Thanks,

Tram


 


All Upper School Students: The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) is hosting a series of virtual college fairs. Follow this link to learn more.

Upcoming Events:


 

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