DEANS DAILY DOWNLOAD 4.12.22


If you have any questions that they can reach out to htoya@cannonschool.org or obreese@cannonschool.org.

Click on the link above to apply

“There may be people that have more talent than you, but there’s no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do.” – Derek Jeter



Rayyan Syed demonstrated PASSION when he presented to all of the Honors World History I classes about Islam. Thank you, and way to go, Rayyan!


 

Hannah and Taylor Denby  


Gossage Cup

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***Hello All,

Kadin Simmons, Karon Boyd and Josh Reid are having their capstone TODAY during Office Hours. We would love you all to join if you are interested. We will be having a panel discussion with Coach Rachal, Dante Lowe, Mrs. Green and Jordan Taylor about their experiences being African American at Cannon School. The event is from 1145-1230 during Office Hours in Foundation Hall. We are looking forward to seeing you all. 

***Class of 2024 & 2025:

Are you a good listener? Do people trust you with their secrets? Are you Interested serving Cannon in a quiet leadership role?

Cannon Peer Support Team

Invites you to an

Info session 

Office Hours (11:45-12:15)

Tuesday, April 12th

In The Cube

Meet Team members, learn more about team trainings, the application process and ask questions

There will be 3-5 spots available to rising 10th & 11th graders

*This is a required meeting for all applicants;

If you cannot attend, let Peer Support Team advisors/school counselors know BEFORE the meeting: ahoffman@cannonschool.org or ccabellos@cannonschool.org


***The National Art Honors Society invites you to paint rocks to celebrate springtime! Come to the quad outside the cafeteria TODAY during lunch and Office Hours. Happy Spring!


French awards

***Bernard Boon and Jimmy Kinsella won first and second place respectively in the first Reading Aloud Contest organized by the French Alliance of Charlotte and Raleigh. They both read two pieces of French literature and competed against other high school students in North Carolina. They both received a basket full of French products.  Félicitations to both of them!

Julia Ellington won a national French Honor Society competition in creative writing (level French 3). This year’s prompt was a call for action on an issue she was passionate about. She wrote an essay on a rescuing and adopting animals. She received an honor certificate and $100. Félicitations!

Every year since 2000, Cannon School inducts students into the National French Honor Society. Students must show passion for learning French, earn at least an A- at level 3 or above, write an essay on their reasons to continue learning French and francophone cultures. This year’s members are:

Isadora Bokas (not shown in photo)

Anyia Brooks-Manning

Kathryn Busby

Julia Ellington

Viktor Henry

Addie Krug

Nicole Ratterman (not shown in photo)

 


PERU TRIP!

There is still time and space to sign up for the Peru trip during Spring Break 2023. 

Here is the link to view the itinerary and to sign up. Reach out to Mr. Sinden with any questions!

It is going to be awesome!


Fellowship of Athletes club will meet EVERY THURSDAY 7:30 AM in Foundation Hall. 

We are looking forward to seeing you there. 


Meditation

  • 11:30-11:42 Every day in 614 (Miller’s room)

  • Everyone welcome. (Students, Faculty, Staff)

  • You don’t even have to meditate. Just come find a space to breathe.

  • Contact Mrs. Miller if you have any 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 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!


 

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