“ When you feel like quitting, think about why you started.”- unknown
Day 2 schedule World Language Drops
Daniel Knox demonstrated KINDNESS and RESPECT when he chased down a classmate who had dropped something in the hallway in order to return it to her. Way to go, Daniel!
Shout out to Mimi Wahid whose writing submission was selected as a State Winner for the Young Authors Writing Contest. She will be honored at a celebration on March 15th in Raleigh.
Congratulations to Mrs. Stavrakis’ advisory for winning the Snowman competition! Your advisory has earned 5 house points for Integritas and you can all dress down this Friday January 17th.
Anyone interested in participating in the UNCC Mathematics Super Competition March 3 please email Mrs. Hine (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Today January 16th. All grade levels welcome!!
Sophomores: Report to room 616 during your World Language drop period TODAY for a presentation on your PLAN results. This is a required session.
Freshmen: Report to Foundation Hall during your World Language drop period TODAY for a presentation on your PSAT results. This is a required session.
Juniors: Report to 616 during your Science drop FRIDAY for a mandatory session with College Counseling. Your laptops are required for this session
Looking for a gift for Valentine’s Day? Want some cool new arm candy? Why not help out a charity in the process! Help support the Muscular Distrophy Association (MDA)and get yourself or someone else a great bracelet or hairpin!
Stop by Foundation Hall this Wednesday through Friday (January 15-17) during lunch to pre order one of 4 options! All items are just $20 or less and the profits will go towards the MDA as well as the producers of these unique products who have neuromuscular disease and need your support! Bring cash or credit card to order your awesome new accessory!
This fundraiser is brought to you by House Impetus
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?'” Celebrate the legacy of Dr. King by participating in the annual Day of Service on Monday, January 20th. The Day of Service event honors Dr. King’s legacy and is an opportunity for Americans to renew their own personal vows of citizenship through service to others. Each year, Americans across the country come together on the MLK Holiday to serve their neighbors and communities. On Monday, gather a few of your friends, select a service opportunity, and make a difference in your community. Please use the following link and search for service opportunities in your neighborhood. http://www.mlkday.gov
You’re Invited: Father-Daughter Dance
When: Saturday, January 25, 2014
Time: 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Where: The Auxiliary Ball Room, Cannon School
We hope you will join us for the 2014 Father-Daughter Dance “Cannon’s Golden Globe Awards!
Camp Cannon: Interested in working at Camp Cannon next summer as a Jr. Counselor? Students must be 16 years old for employment. Applications are available in the US office and are due to Mrs. Brashear no later than January 31st
Junior Females: Leadership Conference opportunity: Saturday February 1, 2014. Meredith College will offer its annual women’s leadership development conference for high school juniors. If you are currently in a leadership position or you aspire to
assume leadership in your senior year, this conference can help you become a more effective leader in your school or community. Pre- registration is required and only 250 students will be accommodated. Students can register by visiting http://www.meredith.edu/admissions/lc. If there are any questions about the event, contact the Admissions office at 919-760-8581.
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