” Everything has its wonders, even darkness and silence, and I learn , whatever state I may be in, therein to be content.” – Helen keller
Day 5 No Drops
Student Life: 10:20-11:15 International Festival Taylor Hall
All students should report to advisory at 10:20 and then, as an advisory, the students and advisor will enjoy the International Festival.
Birthdays: Ann Kathrin Lauer
Erdogan Peer, Ann-Kathrin Lauer, Rollins Johnson, Emily Hoffman, Callie Hnilica, Andrew Zelina, Stephanie Williams, Troy Terveer, Ayesha Syed, Rai Swick, Illiana Ragnone, Johathan Koshy, and Kennie Kufner showed Courage & Kindness when he participated in the QPR Suicide Prevention Training.
Ansley Martin & Tiffany Knox showed PASSION when they came to hear IKEA Community Relations & Marketing Manager at Tuesday’s Career Lunch & Learn.
Grey Ferrell, Alex Enrique, Theresa Dornburg, Annie Collom, Kate Collom, Emma Chaiken, Tori Campbell, Paige Burton, and Danny Brenner showed Courage & Kindness when he participated in the QPR Suicide Prevention Training
Davis Kiger and Will Yoder showed INTEGRITY when they turned in a cell phone they found in the parking lot.
Zoe Greene and Madeleine Nagy demonstrated teamwork when they helped with set up for the art reception by carrying benches from the arts link to the main hallway. Thanks ladies!
Do you like colorful socks? Do you have really awesome socks that we would like to show off? Do you hate wearing shoes sometimes? Well if you answered YES to any of those questions, well then we have the day for you… On Friday November 22, we will have a “bring a sock wear a sock day”. So if you would like to be able to walk around in just your socks all day, then bring a pair of socks to donate to our veterans.
The Cannon Belles will be singing the Star Spangled Banner to open the festivities on Grandparents’ Day. Please excuse the Cannon Belles from your class at 9am on Tuesday morning, November 26. The ladies will sing at 9:15 and return to class immediately. Thank you.
CVAN: Help meet the needs of battered women and their children in Cabarrus County by bringing in laundry detergent , liquid hand soap, Mr. Clean, Spic and Span, trash bags- 30 gallon black and kitchen size, twin and full size blankets, new pots and pan sets, drinking glasses, plate sets, gift cards for discount and grocery stores, and compact fluorescent light bulbs ( 60 watt equivalent). Please drop off any of these items in Ms. Owens Advisory prior to December 6.
~one item per student in advisory gets house points~
~two items per student in advisory gets full dress down day, and house points~
Students! Earn service hours, appear on TV, and wave to 10,000 people! Join Cannon School in Concord and/or Davidson for their Christmas parades. The Concord Parade is Saturday, November 23 (next weekend). The Davidson Parade is Saturday, December 7. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
Don’t forget to bring five dollars cash to buy your Chick-Fil-A lunch on Wednesday or Thursday across from foundation hall during lunch for Friday’s lunch. Five dollars will buy either a chicken sandwich or eight count nugget with a cookie or fries. All proceeds go to Jeff Gordon Children’s Hospital and at the end of the year someone who buys will win a twenty dollar Chick-Fil-A gift card!
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: Please register on Family Connections to visit with college representatives from the
following colleges:November 21st: Ringling College of Art and Design 9:10
The first annual International Festival is scheduled for Thursday, November 21st during student life. The festival is a celebration of the many cultures that form the Upper School. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to represent the country of their heritage or
a country of their “heart”. If you are interested in representing a country or performing during the festival, please contact Mr.Kmidowski for more information.
After School Events: