“Advice is like snow- the softer it falls, the longer it dwells upon, and the deeper it sinks into the mind.”-Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Day 3 Science drops
Birthdays: Claire Fromke and Cora Somerville
Hannah Stewart and Tiffany Knox showed lots of PASSION by writing a beautiful article for the Cupola about their Winterm experience.
Andrew Newman showed PASSION in leading the yoga cool down for his Physiology class.
Andrew Redding showed KINDNESS in opening the door and helping Mrs. Shandley get into the school building when her arms were full.
David Shaw showed KINDNESS when he cleaned up papers and other stray items in Mrs. Clarke’s room at the end of the day.
Zac Venos demonstrated INTEGRITY when he pointed out to a teacher that an assignment was missing on Haiku.
Harris Wellborn showed KINDNESS when he took a stack of cafeteria trays in my classroom back to the cafeteria.
Shout Out to Dr. Rush for speaking during leadership lunch about how to delegate .
There was much Ado About something! Hope you had a chance to attend the school play. It was fabulous.Great job cast and crew!
Today, Cannon will host an NCAIS conference. To accommodate our guests, the upper school library will be used all day to host the conference activities. Students are asked not to use the US library on Monday.
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!
Please send any photos you might like to see in the blog to Dean Ramsey. Thank you.
After School Events:
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: Taylor Hall