“Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday.”-John Wayne
James Fisher showed teamwork when he volunteered to collect all the colored pencils at the end of class.
Rebecca Henriques showed teamwork and kindness when she volunteered to be her advisory group note-taker for one of our Student Life lessons. Thank you Rebecca for sharing, and participating actively. Well done, Rebecca!
Thank you Kenzie Sturgill for showing COURAGE by getting the bee out of Aliza’s hair. We all thank you for saving the day!
***There will be a Robotics Club meeting TODAY in the Mill during lunch & office hours. All are welcome!
***Hello Upper School!
A new and exciting program is available to Cannon Students called Youth Peace and Action (YPA) which is an online leadership course centered around PEACE that equips young people to think deeply, become an adaptive problem solver, and advocates in their communities. Through videos, dialogues, and interactive activities you will learn how to become a certified peacebuilder, earn service hours, learn peace frameworks, learn how to solve social issues, and how to spark positive change in your community.
If you are interested in learning more and enrolling in the program join the meeting on Tuesday, November 16th during lunch in the CUBE (College Counseling)! Food will be provided! Want to get started now? Enroll into the program by following the instructions in the attached flyer!
If you are missing some clothing, chances are it could be in the Lost and Found. Please check the Lost and Found nook (near the first floor elevator).
Students, Please join us for special LEADERSHIP LUNCH TODAY. Our speaker is Navy veteran and relational superhero, Mr. Lawrence Reese. If you want to learn how to WOO, he has spent 20 years in the medical sales ecosystem, building relationships. All are welcome!
***Cannon Theater Company is excited to present “Winter Break” and “The Dumb Waiter” this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 7:00-9:00pm! Come check out the amazing work of the 26 cast and crew members who have brought these stories to life. Admission is free for Cannon School employees and families, $5 for guests. Masking is required for all audience members. For more information on “Winter Break” and “The Dumb Waiter,” go to https://www.cannonschool.org/arts/theater/theater-productions
House Integritas is holding a coat drive this month. Please bring in gently used or new coats. Here is the information:
Who: donating to DUMC
When: all of November
Location: bin in the Atrium
What: gently used or new coats
HOUSE IMPETUS TUTORING!
As the trimester comes to an end, this is a great time to connect with a peer tutor. Please use the QR code listed below or posted around the school to book a meeting with one of our many tutors!
Reminder: Tutors please log your 1st trimester tutoring service hours by 11/10! Reach out if you need help with this.
Please reach out if you have any questions:
Impetus Academic Team
Go Big Blue!
Today, 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!
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.