ADVISORY AGENDA


Students enjoy their free time in the commons.

Students enjoy their free time in the commons.

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   ” You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the last one.”-unknown

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Birthdays: Dawson Price, Michael Sofio

Jordan Wallace demonstrated TEAMWORK when she helped Dean Booker with a delivery!  Way to go, Jordan!!!

Ben Szilagyi and Derek Gordon showed KINDNESS when he helped Mrs. McClanahan move a heavy board down from the attic to College Counseling.  Thank you Ben and Derek!

David Shaw and Dante Lowe showed KINDNESS when they helped a teacher move a big tent.

Corbin Pomykata demonstrated TEAMWORK when he helped Dean Booker with a mess in the atrium!  Way to go, Corbin!!!

Public Proclamation

On Wednesday 9/11, we will observe a moment of remembrance for the victims of the 9/11 attack.  Andrew Newman will read a brief statement during Advisory and then ask us to remain silent for a moment.  In addition, we will relax the dress code a bit and show solidarity by inviting students to wear Red, White, and Blue (no sweats, yoga pants, or leggings, please). We invite faculty and students to a relaxed dress day if you are willing to sport your patriotic colors as well.  Denim included.

Important meeting for all girls playing basketball this season.Grades 9 -12.Wednesday Sept. 11 first of lunch. Lobby of Boswell gym.

Counselor Mee advises sophomores about getting involved.

Counselor Mee advises sophomores about getting involved.

Relay For Life will be hosting an interest meeting in Foundation Hall during lunch on Wednesday! If you’re interested in helping support or volunteer for CR Squared (the obstacle course that took place during Fall House Games), be sure to come to the meeting! We’ll start planning and talking about other fundraisers such as Pancake Day, Butter Braids, and CTC bake sales. All of our money raised will benefit the American Cancer Society. We look forward to seeing you there! If you can’t make the meeting but are interested, email Angela Poffenbaugh at apoffenbaugh@cannonschool.org.

This week the History Department will sponsor a three day lunchtime screening and discussion of the film 9/11. We will begin Tuesday in Foundation Hall and continue in the movie room on Wednesday and Friday. All are welcome to attend.

Lost and found: please check out the lost and found cubbies on the second floor to see if you left behind any large items.Smaller items like car keys, jewelry and other odds and ends can be found in Mrs. Pinto’s office. Please come claim your things before they are brought to Goodwill.

 Calling all future House Impetus leaders! Are you interested in learning more about the inner workings of the House System? Are you crazy about the Gossage Cup? Are you a leader who hasn’t had the chance to shine at Cannon yet? This opportunity is for you! House Impetus is looking for 3 leadership interns (2 sophomores and 1 junior) for the 2013-14 school year. Interns will have the unique ability to learn about the new house system while helping their house leaders bring home this year’s Gossage Cup. Interns should be organized and have a go-getter attitude, but we are most interested in finding interns that exude Impetus’ motto – “Enthusiasm for Life.”If any of this applies to you, please e-mail Miss Kundel (lkundel@cannonschool.org) with your application. The application should be a 1 page, MLA formatted document that answers the following 2 questions. 1. Why are you interested in leadership? What specifically excites you about working in the House System? 2. What new ideas do you have for the House System? What unique abilities/traits/passions can you bring to the table? We look forward to hearing from you all by Sep.11.

There will be an interest meeting for all boys interested in playing lacrosse for Cannon School in the spring of 2014 on Thursday, September 12 at 11:15 pm in Foundation Hall.  Please plan to attend this meeting if you are interested in playing lacrosse this spring.

SOPHOMORES: Are you ready for Outward Bound? We hope you are breaking your boots in! Wear your hiking boots any day between now and next week & earn house points! We will visit advisories one day this week and the advisories that have the most number of boot wearers will compete for house points toward the Gossage Cup!

Juniors: Please report to Room 616 during your Math Drop on Wednesday, September 11th for a College Counseling session.  Bring your laptop and password for Family Connections.  If you do not remember your password please email kmcclanahan@cannonschool.org prior to your Wednesday drop.

a panel of upperclassmen share their strategies for making the best of freshmen year.

A panel of upperclassmen share their strategies for making the best of freshmen year.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up on Family Connections to meet with college representatives from:Christopher Newport University – September 12th.Washington University in St. Louis – September 12th VA Tech – September 13th

SENIORS – Have you been contacted by an organization named QUESTBRIDGE?  If you have heard from this organization by email or snail mail, please let your college counselor know right away.  This is a wonderful organization that matches eligible students to high quality colleges and universities.  The deadline to apply for this college matching process is September 27.  Please let your counselor know if you have been offered this opportunity.

 

After School Events:

 
Cannon's soccer team rocks!

Cannon’s soccer team rocks!

 Soccer (Fall) – Boys Varsity
7:00 PM
Away
Location: Covenant Day School
Soccer (Fall) – Boys Varsity vs Covenant Day School