” Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.”- Albus Dumbledore
Day 5 No Drop
Student Life : 10:20-11:15
Freshmen: Kiersey -Bates follow up training in Foundation Hall with Ms. Hoffman
Sophomores: AA How to write thank you notes in advisory
Juniors: College Counseling give back day. Free time to use wisely.
Seniors: Learn techniques on how to manage stress in Taylor Hall with Dr. Donah.
Tiffany Knox continuously shows KINDNESS when she goes out of her way to share ideas and goodies with Dean Ramsey. What a blessing!
Michael Dacus, Alex Leck, and Max Krumdieck demonstrated TEAMWORK by bringing the swing to the Cannon Float in the Davidson Christmas Parade.
Colleen Hurley showed COURAGE by lending her beautiful voice to the Big Band’s performance at Christams In Davidson Saturday night.
Shout out to the following Coach and athletes:
Golf Coach Pat Whisenant has been named Charlotte Observer Golf Coach of the Year and also Regional Coach of the Year!!! Congratulations Coach!! We are all very proud of you!
Kate Collom is the Observer Player of the Year and Regional Player of the Year in girls golf
Kate Collom, Annie Collom, and Anna Redding all First Team All-Observer in girls golf
McKinley Riley, Second Team All-Observer in tennis
Well done! We are all proud of our coaches and student athletes for these accomplishments and recognition
Faculty: just a reminder that Haiku has all of the advisory activities for today and the remainder of the school year published.
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!!!!
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!
Advisories who earned a dress-down day for participation in the Clarke/Owens CVAN project may dress down on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. These are for advisories who donated 2 items per student to CVAN and brought those items to Miss Owens’s room. Advisors may ALSO dress down. Thank you so much for your amazing support of women and children in the Concord community!
On Monday, December 16th, Daelyn Bentley-Gottel is hosting a vegetarian buffet during lunch in Ms. Kundel’s room on the second floor. There will be vegetarian food, some gluten free deserts, and even some dairy free dishes. It’s $5 for a plate of amazing food, and Daelyn would really appreciate the support for his Capstone project.
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.
On Project Wrap-In day, this wednesday, Relay for Life is having its Third Annual Pancake Day!
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.
Project Wrap-in is 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: