“Be careful what you set your heart upon – for it will surely be yours.” -James Baldwin
Addie Krug and Ashley Fowler demonstrated KINDNESS when they stayed to help clean up and organize the CPAC after an activity. We appreciate you both!
Liam Gibbons demonstrated KINDNESS and TEAMWORK and was super helpful and encouraging when he looked out for a fellow cougar in the strength and conditioning center. He even made sure the other athlete understood how to do each of the workouts. He did a great job of representing Cannon Core Values!
Aubrey Haas and Gates Ravin demonstrated KINDNESS when they cleaned their Spanish teachers chalk wall.
Are you a rising Junior or Senior thinking about taking a psychology course next year?
Are you a Senior who has been recommended for both Honors and AP psychology? If you answered YES to one or both of these questions, please stop by 704 (3rd floor) and learn more! The best times to stop by are lunch and office hours. Individual and group chats are welcome. 😊 You can also email me, Mrs. Hylton, at email@example.com with additional questions.
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 SCOIRfor 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!
The College Counseling Team is excited to offer a new lunch and learn series for students, providing insight and information on post-graduation options outside of a traditional domestic 4-year school. Please note events are open to specific grade levels (listed below) and RSVP is required.
Please RSVP HERE for all events you plan to join.
International Studies | Feb 9 | Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors
Military Academies | Feb 16 | Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors
Please update your calendars with this upcoming required College Counseling Program:
February 10th, 10:55 – 12:30, Pizza lunch provided!
- Scurlock & Bumgarner Advisories report to The Cube
- Cooper & Weakland Advisories report to Campbell Gallery
- All other Freshmen advisories have normal lunch/office hours
Students wishing to serve on next year’s Honor Council should reach out and speak with either Mrs. Lineberger or Dean Booker and submit a speech by Tuesday Feb 22, no later than 3pm.
Course Registration Key Dates!
Wednesday, March 23
Last day of course registration
Friday, April 8
Last day to submit course petitions
If you have any questions about course registration, please review this presentation from student life and contact Mrs. Snowfrock (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Student Council is hosting a Service Week on February 7th-11th! We partnered with clubs on campus to host a service activity each day from a bake sale to a food drive! Join in on the fun while spreading kindness throughout the community!
Remember the food drive is ALL week long. Since the Superbowl is coming up, participate in the “Souper” Bowl Food Drive. Donate cans of soup and collect it in your grade level boxes (by the house hallway). The grade with the most cans will win donuts!
-Your Student Council Executive Team
Olivia Varghese, Ben Childress, Leighton Evans, Conrad Randall-Bauer, and Ashmi Trivedi
Twelfth Night Tickets Now On Sale!
Cannon Theater Company will perform “Twelfth Night: The Musical” Feb 17-20, and this year we are moving to a reservation-only system for ticketing, so make sure to click here to reserve your seats, or just go to www.cannonschool.org and follow the link on the front page. Please only reserve the number of tickets that you know you will use. As always, Cannon employees, students, and parents don’t have to pay; guest tickets are $15. Named one of the best theatrical productions of 2018 by Time, The Hollywood Reporter and The Washington Post, Twelfth Night is a rousing contemporary musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy featuring a genre-spanning score by Kwame Kwei-Armah and Shania Taub.
Caitlin Murphy and Wil McDermott
***Be a Special Olympics Volunteer!
Cannon School has been asked to take 20-30 Upper School students to volunteer at Special Olympics Spring Games on Wednesday, April 6th. We are looking for responsible and energetic students to volunteer as athlete buddies. Buddies help athletes get to their events and cheer them on. This will be a fun and impactful day for student volunteers. If you are interested in attending as a buddy, please fill out this application form no later than February 28th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Weakland.
Calling all filmmakers, actors, and artists!
The All-American Film Festival is the largest high school film festival in the world judged by industry professionals and celebrities including Kristen Stewart, John Legend, and the creator of Gossip Girl. The goal of the festival is to help high school filmmakers have an opportunity to have their work screened and make industry connections (The selected films are played on festival night at the AMC Empire theatre in Times Square). Currently I am putting together a production team to enter a short film drama this year. If you are interested in working preproduction, production, or postproduction, please click the form below. We need artists of all kinds on our team including actors, extras, editors, cinematographers, makeup artists, composers, musicians, production helpers, set designers, you name it! Some scenes may require time outside of the school day, but I am happy to design the schedule around the needs of the participants! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out at @email@example.com.
Hello Cannon Upper School!
The Ink is taking final submissions of artwork and writing right now! If you are interested in submitting, please look at the information below.
For writing submissions, please print 2 hard copies of each piece, with the title of your work, your real name, and pseudonym, and drop them off in The Ink bin located in the English office. If you have any questions regarding this please reach out to Mr. Smith or Mrs. Coughlin. You can submit up to 3 pieces of written work.
For any artwork (drawings, prints, illustrations, photography, paintings, graphic design/digital artwork, multimedia pieces, video, and audio performances), please submit to this link here. Make sure that your image has your first and last name in it. You can submit as many pieces as you like! If you plan on doing more than one you’ll have to submit to the form multiple times. If you have any questions about how to photograph or submit your work, please contact Mr. Rogers.
The submission deadline for everything is February 9th.
This is the final time for anyone to submit their work to The Ink. We look forward to seeing everyone’s creativity!
The Ink Committee
Do you make up songs? Lyrics? Love to create music? Wish you had an opportunity to make a lasting impression?
This is the inaugural year of the Cannon School Composition Contest! We would love to hear your musical ideas and give you a chance to have them performed. Please click the link to the Composition Contest to find out more information.
TRIP TO PERU!