ADVISORY AGENDA October 22


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   “Don’t expect everyone to understand your journey, especially if they’ve never had to walk your path.”- unknown

Day 4 schedule No Drops

EVERYONE: Community Meeting 12:05 – 1:00 Taylor Hall

          Birthdays: none

House Standings

Animus Shield Humanitas Shield 2 Impetus Shield Integritas Shield

 269

 265

336

275

Core Values:

 Jake Dielh showed KINDNESS and TEAMWORK when he helped a tenth grade acting group perform Merchant of Venice. Nice Cameo!

William Schmitt demonstrated REsPECT when he held the door open for a teacher when her hands were full.

Holding up the state champion finger.. number one!

Holding up the state champion finger.. number one!

Eva Zafari showed KINDNESS for getting an ice pack for an injured teacher.

Special Shout out to the Girls Golf Team who showed PASSION and TEAMWORK yesterday as they played amazingly and became State Champs for the third year!!!! Wahoo! so proud. Annie Collum-74   the Champion.

 

 Public Proclamations

Don’t forget to congratulate all the fall teams for their great efforts this season! Cheer on the volleyball, cross country, and soccer teams today.

Tennis Club has been postponed until Wednesday the 23rd. This means every team that was supposed to play Tuesday the 22nd is now playing Wednesday the 23rd and those who were scheduled to play Wednesday will be playing Tuesday the 29th.Sorry if this is inconvenient. Get a replacement if you need one. Thanks bunches, Kate, Nick, Nikki, and Chad

The first Spanish Club meeting of the year will be held this Wednesday (10/23) in Mrs. Clarke’s room (510 )during student choice.  We will brainstorm ideas for the year and make plans for a Día de los Muertos celebration.  ¡Bienvenidos a todos!

Some of the volleyball girls getting excited for match today.

Some of the volleyball girls getting excited for match today.

 Online resources workshops in the US library.  The workshop will take place in the reference room.

October 22- 1:05 – 1:30  NoodleTools bibliography composer

October 23- 9:50 – 10:15 EBSCOHost Research Databases

Mrs. Otey and Dr. Moyer showed their Cannon support of the Girls golf team.

Mrs. Otey and Dr. Moyer showed their Cannon support of the Girls golf team.

Learn how to access quality information instead of relying on a Google search. Please email Mr. Kmidowski to register.

To Save a Life:  A great movie you can watch during lunch today in Mrs. Ramsey’s classroom 614. All are welcome.

“Jake is the most popular kid in school and has a promising future, but his world is rocked when tragedy strikes his childhood best friend. Now Jake is

Why was the Crucible written? Got to figure it out.

Why was the Crucible written? Got to figure it out.

forced to ask, ‘could I have saved him?’ With help from a few new friends, he embarks on a journey to live a life full of purpose, knocking down the sacred social barriers of high school life and befriending a loner, Jonny Garcia. But when Jake’s life spirals out of control , will Jake have what it takes to stop him from the same tragic end? Can one person really make a difference?”

Students work on their Merchant of Venice Study guides.

Students work on their Merchant of Venice Study guides.

JUNIORS: A representative from Herff Jones will be on campus TODAY (Tuesday, October 22nd) during Student Choice (1:05-1:30) to take class ring orders from students who would like to order a class ring, but were not ready to do so last week. The representative will be set up in the Commons area. Please email or see Mr. Segura if you have any questions.

 

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.

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

Seniors lounge but get their work done.

Seniors lounge but get their work done.

 JuniorsSeniors: 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.

 

After School Events 

ATHLETICS
3:30 PM
NCISAA Tournament
Tennis (Fall) – Girls Varsity
vs Greensboro Day School A
Location: Greensboro Day School

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ATHLETICS
4:15 PM
NCISAA Tournament
Volleyball – Girls Varsity
vs Ravenscroft A
Location: Ravenscroft School
Mr. Dunn in his typical pose , pondering essential questions of life.

Mr. Dunn in his typical pose , pondering essential questions of life.