Dear Cannon Families,
Thank you for an incredible year. We have accomplished so much together—buildings, programs, strategic plans—all of which focus on what we can do to make sure that our students are ready for the world they will inherit.
Before you move on from the 2013-2014 school year and begin what we hope is a relaxing and restorative summer, we encourage you to watch this short video to get a glimpse of the work we are doing this summer, what campus will look like when you return, and initiatives that will take place in the 2014-2015 school year.
Have a great summer!
Dear Cannon Parents and Visitors,
Cannon School is bustling with construction, including the addition of a third lane for traffic and the beginnings of the Central Green, which will create one lawn that unifies Cannon’s campus and defines the entrances for the Snyder Building, the Middle School, the Upper School, and the Performing Arts Center.
Due to the construction listed above, if you plan to visit over the summer, you will be directed to park and enter the school at the Upper School main entrance (on the side of the building facing the athletic fields). Parents and visitors will be buzzed in by an attendant.
The Richard H. Snyder Building, Admission Office, Business Office, Lower School, Middle School, and Library will all remain open and accessible during summer construction on the Central Green.
Cannon parents will continue to receive updates on construction throughout the summer and leading up to the new school year.
Please contact Whit Brown, Director of Business and Finance, with questions.
Thank you for your cooperation!
The seventy-six students in Cannon School’s Class of 2014 received diplomas at their May 23 graduation ceremony.
This fall, graduates will continue their educations at colleges and universities across the country that best fir their unique talents and interests.
Congratulations, Class of 2014! We couldn’t be more proud of you!
” And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.”
― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
Day 4 no drop
- Advisory Parties
- Birthdays: Kendall Applegate, Erin Mason, Mackenzie Hanby
Emily Malmstrom demonstrated PASSION , RESPECT, COURAGE, AND KINDNESS in creating a video to thank our teachers for inspiring their students. She is an amazing young person who I admire greatly. Thanks Emily!
Matt Jackson, Cole Batchelor and Bryce Estes volunteered to help a teacher clean up the library. Very KIND.
Chandler Frazier demonstrated KINDNESS when he ran up and hugged a teacher off campus at a soccer practice. Way to make a teacher feel loved!
The US library is closed today in order to host the senior luncheon.
Do you want to dress down during exam week? Make sure you pay $4 to you Dean Ramsey or Ms.
Harley by Thursday May 23rd. Starting Monday May 27th, the price to dress down is $5!!Dress Down Week
CLARIFICATION: The 30 minute study time slot before each final exam is NOT optional. Students must arrive to proctored exam rooms each day at the beginning of the published exam time which includes 30 minutes for study time prior to the
Morning Exams begin at 8:45 AM
Afternoon Exams begin at 12:15 PM
For the past two years, Cannon has participated in the National Association of Independent School’s Student Diversity Leadership Conference. The
2014 conference will be held December 4th-6th in Indianapolis, IN. There are eight open slots for students. Anyone interested in attending should email Ms. Harley at email@example.com by
May 22nd. All current Upper School students are encouraged to apply, including past attendees.
May is Asian-Pacific Heritage Month and Jewish American Heritage Month
Upper School Used Textbook Consignment Sale Let Cannon Connections take care of selling your used textbooks for you! Cannon Connections will conduct its annual used textbook consignment sale in the Private Dining Room on Wednesday, May 28 and Thursday, May 29. Current Upper School parents and students are encouraged to drop off used textbooks they wish to sell beginning May 5 in the US Office. Upper School parents and students – including rising Ninth Graders – are invited to the sale to purchase used textbooks for the 2014-2015 school year. e attached for detailed information about the sale. Questions? Contact Amy Kurtz
9 days until the last day of school!