My name is Gabbi Coppa, and I am a freshman here at Cannon School. I am organizing a dress drive for Operation Deploy Your Dress, an organization that collects formal dresses/accessories for military families who attend special events and can’t afford formal wear. My father was deployed when my older sister was a young child, and my mother and sister lived at Fort Campbell, an army post in Tennessee. They met many families, including the founders of Operation Deploy Your Dress, who moved all over the country and struggled financially without a steady income.
“Keep in mind that the true measure of an individual is how he treats a person who can do him absolutely no good.”- Eppie Friedman
Anyia Brooks-Manning, Fiona Chen, Ainsley Edmiston, Leighton Evans, Carter Huffman, and Ashmi Trivedi for sharing their PASSION for Cannon School at the Open House this past weekend. You all made the day a tremendous success!
Please welcome our Head of Lower School, Dr. Regina Nixon, to Leadership Lunch to help us learn about PASSION. Thursday in Foundation Hall. All are welcome!
The STEM Career Club will be hosting a meeting this Thursday during Office Hours in Mrs. Mattsson’s classroom. Rachel Russo, our speaker, was an industrial engineering major in college and will be discussing what college is like for engineering students. If you plan on majoring in engineering in college, this is a great opportunity to get a feel for what your future academic life will look like! You can also join through zoom with the link below.
Meeting ID: 631 089 6216
Emma Wittegraefe and Thomas Coffey
Masking Protocol Reminder
Hello US community-
As we all return to campus this week, we want to remind everyone of the importance of proper masking. This Omicron variant is particularly contagious and to help ensure that we can all remain on campus, it is important that everyone who is inside be properly masked at all times. If you need to remove your mask while eating, that is acceptable, but your mask should be back on as soon as you are finished. Proper masking means having your mask covering both your nose and mouth. If you need a break from masking, you are encouraged to go outside.
Let’s keep our community healthy and safe!