ADVISORY AGENDA December 6
” Let us read, and let us dance: these two amusements will never do any harm to the world.”- Voltaire
Day 3 Science Drop
Birthdays: 11/7 William Cato and Charlie Powell
Joe Joe Vaccaro and Max Krumdieck demonstrated TEAMWORK by sitting in on percussion during the Chorus concert Wednesday night.
Erin Norton showed KINDNESS when she secretly left baked goods in the mailbox of a Cannon staff member just to say thank you for your hard work.
Kirsten Russell showed INTEGRITY when she turned in a set of found head phones.
Faculty: just a reminder that Haiku has all of the advisory activities for Monday published.
Leadership Lunch today in Foundation Hall. Come here Mr. Trojan speak about character. All are welcome.
In order to provide the best learning environment for academic success, the US library is now a “game free” zone. Students who choose to work in the US library agree to study quietly as each of us prepares for mid-term exams. If you want to relax and play video games, update your fantasy football stats, watch YouTube videos, etc. please use the student commons. The game free zone is in effect during the library operating hours (7:30 am to 5:30 pm) including lunch, break, and student choice.
Do you see virtuous men and women of honor? Nominate them for the Winter Sword Award. See Ms. Lineberger or Dean Booker for forms, or email your favorite story of an honorable student to either of them. Nominations must be received by December 12th.” Spread the word, please!!!!
Changes for the Media Arts Lab:The media arts lab will be open to students on Days 1-4 under the supervision of Mr. Jean. Students who need to use the lab on Day 5 will be by permission only. You will need to communicate your need with Mr. Jean. Students will not use the door from the lab off of the main hallway to enter or exit. Entrance to the lab will be through the piano lab where you will check in with Mr. Davis. Thank you for your cooperation.
Holiday Candy Grams will be sold by Student Council Members during lunch this week. Send your friend a bag of candy for the Holidays. Show someone you care!
Today is the last collection day for women from the battered shelter. Please do your part this holiday season and make a donation that can change a life!
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.
On Project Wrap-In day, Relay for Life is having its Third Annual Pancake Day!
Students! Earn service hours, appear on TV, and wave to 10,000 people! Join Cannon School in Davidson for their Christmas parades.
The Davidson Parade is Saturday, December 7. Contact email@example.com for more info!
Want to dress down for exams? Earn the privilege by contributing only $4 before December 13th. Proceeds go to Student Council. Please bring your money to Dean Ramsey or Ms. Harley.
Come to Christmas in Davidson tonight, tomorrow, or Saturday night and visit us at our Make a Wish booth! As a part of our capstones we are working with the Make a Wish Foundation to raise money to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
We will be located right on the green having a bake sale!! Vanessa, Alex, Maija, & Daniela
Project Wrap-in is next Wednesday, December 11th. All upper school students are required to bring in a holiday gift for a young boy or girl by the
After School Events:
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Location: Private Dining Room