ADVISORY AGENDA October 18


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   ” Always remember you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem , smarter than you think, and twice as beautiful as you ever imagined.”-unknown.

Day 2 schedule World Language  drops.

 

          Birthdays: Adele Marchant   10/19 Jake Flynn

House Standings

Animus Shield Humanitas Shield 2 Impetus Shield Integritas Shield

 269

 265

336

275

Core Values:

Lunch and Learn with Mr. Dressler. How to open and run a restaurant.

Lunch and Learn with Mr. Dressler. How to open and run a restaurant. Fascinating! It’s all about relationships.

 Mitchell Carlson and Kelli Baker demonstrated both TEAMWORK and RESPECT for their neighbors when they cleaned their neighborhood of unwanted trash on the roads.

Dr. Moyer and Mr. Northrup hold a discussion with parents about technology.

Dr. Rush and Mr. Northrup hold a discussion with parents about technology.

Sarah Dockery, Jena Metwalli, Vanessa Dane, Daniela Malmstrom, Maren McCrary and Danielle Phillips showed RESPECT to Career Lunch & Learn speaker, restaurant owner Mr. Jon Dressler.

Brandon Wade demonstrated KINDNESS by taking a governor’s school recommendation for Miss Kundel to Mrs. McClanahan.

Price Dwason demonstrated extreme KINDNESS! He took it upon himself to clean a huge clump of dirt off of Miss Kundel’s floor that another student dragged in AND folded up the two blankets that were in a heap on the floor.

 Public Proclamations

 

Want to help an Artist? We need one or more students to sign up for Monday, 10.21, C-Block and A-Block (if you have drop) to model for our figure drawing unit. We will also need student models for Thursday and Friday 10.24 & 10.25 both A-block and C-blocks.  You will be asked to pose for brief intervals, (think more active poses) and then perhaps longer seated or reclined poses.  Please if you are interested check your drop periods and sign up by emailing barmstrong@cannonschool.org  Who knows you may become the next Mona Lisa…

 

Teachers enjoy family day !

Teachers enjoy family day !

STUDENT HUNGER DRIVE HOUSE COMPETITION HAS BEGUN!!

Bring in canned goods of any kind (no ramen, please) from now until Wednesday, October 30th at 3:00pm.

Family Fun on campus.

Family Fun on campus.

Students got swag!

Students got swag!

The house with the most  cans will be announced at House Games on Thursday, October 31st.  Winning house will receive a dress down day & house points! Link to video of students singing at Student Hunger Drive Kick-Off Event at 2nd Harvest Food Bank on Monday:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=658124660888&l=743240488315011150

 

 

 

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: Please register on Family Connections to visit with college representatives from the following colleges:

 

October 21st: Johnson & Wales University Charlotte  October 22nd: George Washington University and Furman University October 23rd: Mississippi State University, Lehigh University and Colby College October 25th: Agnes Scott College

 

 

Juniors, Seniors: The Princeton Review SAT Prep course can help students determine strengths and weaknesses, develop a study plan, and gauge progress. Offered two times during the school year (Fall and Winter), both courses are open for registration at www.cannonschool.org/satprep. Space is limited, so

please register early.

Smiles all around.

Smiles all around.

 

Freshmen enjoy reading during Arts drop Thursday.

Freshmen enjoy reading during Arts drop Thursday.


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After School Events

 

NCISAA Tournament
3:30 PM
Home
Location: Cannon School
Tennis (Fall) – Girls Varsity vs North Raleigh Christian


Beautiful Sunrise this morning.

Beautiful Sunrise this morning.

Sophomores enjoy the beautiful sun during lunch time.

Sophomores enjoy the beautiful sun during lunch time.

CISAA Championship
5:00 PM
Away
Location: McAlpine Park
Cross Country – Coed Varsity
vs Charlotte Christian
Charlotte Country Day
Charlotte Latin
Providence Day School


Football – Varsity
7:30 PM
Home
Location: Cannon School
Football – Varsity vs Charlotte Latin

Please join us in respectfully (and enthusiastically!) cheering on our girls varsity tennis and boys varsity soccer teams this weekend as they begin their pursuit of a state championship with home matches!Girls varsity tennis will play North Raleigh Christian Academy on Friday October 18 at 3:30 pm on the Cannon tennis courts.

Boys varsity soccer will play Charlotte Christian at 1:00 pm on Saturday afternoon on the Tysinger Family Stadium Field.

Please be advised that, as per NCISAA regulations, admission is $7 per adult, $5 per NCISAA student, and free for children 8 years and younger.  This includes all spectators including Cannon community parents and students, as well as Cougar Club members.  Our girls and boys are worth the price of admission! J

If you are really feeling adventurous, our girls varsity golf team will be defending their state championship on Monday October 21 at Pine Needles golf course in Pinehurst, NC.  The ladies will be teeing off around 8:00 am that morning.