“ The holiday spirit has nothing to do with the gifts you buy and everything to do with the intention and generosity with which you give them.”- D.Florestal
Day 5 schedule No Drops
Student Life: 10:20-11:15
Seniors: Alumni Jazz event in Taylor Hall
Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors,- viewing of Frosty the Snowman and creation of Advsisory snowman.
Birthdays: John Christy, Ann Johnson 12/20 Brandon Wade, 12/21 Ryan Marks, 12/22 Sarasota Serulneck, Kennie Kufner, 12/23 Jordan Wallace
12/28 Angela Poffenbaugh, 12/29 Nikolas Stylianou, 12/30 Elizabeth Wahid, Dante Lowe, Mark Regnery, 1/2 Ben Szilagyi, 1/3 Zachary Olguin, Diana Dale,
1/4 Mitchell Carlson 1/5 Ryan Emerson, Mckinley Riley
Shout out to all who make this Cannon community so wonderful. Best wishes for a wonderful Holiday and Happy New year. Peace and blessings to all.
Andre Dahan, Jack krichilski, Grant Wagner, Jordan Battle, Davis Combs and Daniel Patton showed KINDNESS when they helped get the food ready for the Upper school Faculty luncheon. Thanks guys.
Anna Estep demonstrated TEAMWORK and KINDNESS when she volunteered to help a student with a project during student choice. You rock, Anna!
Winterm Cannon Design Stars displayed TEAMWORK for their first design challenge!
Good Luck to everyone on day four of Midterm Exams. Go get em!
Reminders: Please be quiet in the hallways during exams and no cougar runs today.
Room 616 Closed for the Remainder of the Semester
Unfortunately, the college counseling team feels it is necessary to close Room 616 to students to use for quiet study or as a lunch space. The college counselors have asked repeatedly over the semester for students to take responsibility for cleaning up after themselves. Since lunch trays continue to be left in the room or placed just outside the door, tables are messy and crumb-filled, furniture is misused and not returned to
its original state, the room will be closed for the remainder of this week. It is our hope that we will re-open Room 616 to the student body at the beginning of the 2nd semester
In order to dress down for exams you must pay Ms. Harley $5.
Advisors: Please have advisees clean your classrooms and surrounding areas this week so the school building is sparkling for Winterm when we return from break.
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