“ Friends pick us up when we fall down, and if you they can’t pick us up, they lie down and listen for a while.”- unknown
Day 3 Social Studies drops
Birthdays: Andrew Newman
A Big THANK YOU and Core Values given to the students who showed RESPECT during the Career Lunch & Learn with Speaker Dr. Patel: Maren McCrary, Nyasia Hill, Alex Kuralt,Tyler Turner, Catie Kuralt, Paige Brenner, Nina Mattila, Theresa Dornburg, Ann-Kathrin Lauer, Rose Edmondson, Ellen Gordon, McKinley Riley, Danielle Phillips, Caroline Campbell, Hannah Stewart, Izzy Sofio, Jena Metwali, Christina
Styliano, Alex Holloway, Carrie Schauder
The following students showed Kindness when they went BEYOND and hosted Tianli students. Artemas Brown,William Cato,Payton Ryan, Olivia Clarke, Kent Andrews, Christian Wilson, Jaedan Heesh, Vanessa Dane, Katie Fitzpatrick, Andrew Newman.
A representative from Oxbridge Academic Programs will be on campus TODAY from 11-12 in the Private Dining Room. If you are interested in immersing yourself in a foreign culture their programs are offered in England, France, Spain and New York and offer a variety of courses ranging from British History, Molecular Medicine, and International Law to Studio Art, Psychology, language courses, and many others. Stop by the Private Dining Hall TODAY to get more information!
Anyone interested in participating in the AMC 10 or AMC 12 Math Competition please email Mrs. Hine (firstname.lastname@example.org) by January 30th. All grade levels welcome!!
Freshman Service Project : Freshmen will be selling t-shirts for $10 the week of February 3-February 7 in support of the American Cancer Society. Buying a t-shirt earns you the honor to wear this t-shirt on a dress down day. In addition, doughnuts will be awarded for those advisories who have 100% participation in this event. So get out there and support your classmates, help raise money for cancer, and eat doughnuts!
Much Ado About Nothing will be performed Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:00pm in Taylor Hall! Go to www.cannonschool.org/theater to reserve tickets and watch a trailer for the show. Reservations are recommended in case we sell out, but are not required. And we’re pleased to announce that if you come dressed in 80’s and/or rock and roll attire, you will be entered to win a prize such as a new car (or something of equal or lesser value.) So make a reservation, tease out your hair, and come for an evening of electrified romantic comedy brought to you by the greatest playwright of all time and your devoted team of storytellers, the Cannon Theater Company.
Sign Language Club: will be meeting Tuesday the 28th in Mrs. Ramsey’s room during student choice.
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/dmissions/lc. If there are any questions about the event, contact the Admissions office at 919-760-8581.
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