“When you’re one of the leaders of the team, there are no days off.”-Tom Brady
Today: Caden Elnaggar
Yesterday: Caleb Campos
Aashvi Shah demonstrated INTEGRITY when she pointed out a grading error in her favor to a teacher. Way to be honorable, Aashvi!
Carter Huffman showed kindness when he voluntarily made multiple trips to the printer to ensure everyone in the class had their essays printed and ready to submit on time.
Kate Booker showed KINDNESS by helping her dad take in the boxes from the car.
Leland Raines displayed PASSION as he performed twice with the US strings ensemble. He took the extra time to practice with them and attend the performances.
Victor Lopez, Josiah Stewart, Carter Cassidy, and Grant Watkins demonstrated KINDNESS when they carried pom poms, and bags of celebratory equipment from the fan bus all the way to the field at Friday Night’s Championship game!
***Note from the dining hall:
Reminder that lunch is open for all US students from 10:50am to 11:25am. We are short-staffed this week with limited options and the service will be a bit slower, especially during our lunch time. Please pack your patience as we navigate the issues this week.
***Online course registration for Winterm 2022 is NOW OPEN!!! You will have until TODAY 3 p.m. to register. Once a course is filled, it will disappear from possible course options.
Freshman and Sophomores – Register for your Winterm course here.
Juniors – Register for your Winterm course here. You will have the option for a TA position, career deep dive, or career exploration course.
Click here to view the course catalog.
The STEM Career Club will be having its first meeting in Mrs. Mattsson’s room on Thursday December 2nd during lunch! We will be having a former dolphin trainer, and manatee rescuer speak about his career. If you are interested in marine biology, this meeting is a great opportunity to learn from an expert what it’s like to work up close with marine animals! Anyone is welcome to attend, even if you did not sign up for the club.
Emma Wittgraefe and Thomas Coffey
If you are interested in being a peer tutor for house Animus please fill out the linked form below! Anyone from any house is welcome to be a tutor! This is a great opportunity to help out the Cannon Community and gain service hours! Please email me (email@example.com) if you have any questions!
Animus Academic Team
Calling all Students, especially those currently enrolled in AT Environmental Science and members of the Envirothon or Science Olympiad Clubs. Everyone is invited to a special visit from the College of Natural Resources at NC State. Tuesday 11/30 11:30 – 12:30 in Room 620 (Mrs. Oswald’s room).
The College of Natural Resources at N.C. State offers 9 majors including, Forest Management, Environmental Technology and Management, Fisheries, Wildlife Conservation Biology, Natural Resources, Environmental Sciences, Paper Science and Engineering, Sustainable Materials and Technology, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management and Sport Management. Come hear about our facilities, all 9 majors, clubs and organizations, scholarships and the admissions process to N.C. State!
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
***Freshmen in Scurlock, Bumgarner, Cooper and Weakland Advisories: On December 2nd during lunch and office hours you will be attending a REQUIRED program (that will include pizza!) with the College Counseling team! Please mark your calendars and make appropriate arrangements to be present. Scurlock and Bumgarner advisories will be in The Cube; Cooper and Weakland advisories will be in Foundation Hall.
All other freshmen will have a “normal” lunch and office hours on December 2nd – as their required College Counseling program will be during lunch and office hours on December 9th in the CPAC (mark your calendars now!)
Seniors, Juniors & Sophomores are invited to sign-up in SCOIR for visits with College Admission Representatives. Representatives have the option to visit Cannon School in-person or via Zoom. Check SCOIR for the most up-to-date listing of college representative visits and to learn in what format they will visit Cannon. Use this Zoom Meeting Link to connect for virtual visits. 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!