” Don’t forget that you’re human. It’s ok to have a melt down. Just don’t unpack and live there. Cry it out and then refocus on where you are headed.”- unknown
Day 5 No Drop
- student Life : 10:20-11:15
- freshmen: No regrets presentation. Boys meet in Foundation Hall and girls meet in Library.
- sophomores: Time quadrant advisory activity
- juniors: How to tell your story. Taylor Hall
- Seniors: Self defense with Sean Baxter in Blue Gym.
Birthdays: 3/1 Montel lyles
Mohit Bajaj, McKinley Riley, Julia Dunn, Sarah Dockery, Julia Liborio, Claudia Michaels, Kallie Kufner and Callie Hnilica showed respect to Career Lunch & Learn speaker, pediatrician Dr. Kym Seldon.
Sarah Dockery, Olivia Burch, Liz Edwards, Logan Ferland, Maryclaire Farrington, Nicole Hensley, Brendan Joyce, Cassidy Goff, Jodie Jackson, Alex Leck, Ann Fisher Lindsay, Taylor Marks, Madeleine Nagy, Zack Olguin, Kieran Patel, Maija Roses, Nick Rossitch, Caroline Schauder, Kallyn Tall, Liz Whaid, Evan Wimbish, Darby West, Ben Wyatt, and Morgan Waite showed COURAGE for having their art on display in the Celebrating Young Artists, 31st Annual Student Exhibition at the Waterworks Visual Arts Center in Salisbury.
Claudia Michaels displayed her PASSION for service by earning a Presidential Award for over 100 hours of service! Way to go Claudia!
Corbin Pomykata and Donovan Patterson displayed KINDNESS by staying to help clean up the bus after the Sophomore College Road Trip.
Joanna Copio, Savana Gandy, Ellen Montgomery, Liz Wahid, shared her PASSION for Summer Opportunities with her peers at the College Counseling Lunch and Learn on Internships, Work and Volunteering. Thank you – we learned a lot!
Davis Nelson showed TEAMWORK for giving up his seat in the library after school for someone to make up a test.
We have a super-spectacular opportunity this Friday during lunch in Foundation Hall to see a Cannon Alum who has demonstrated powerful leadership. Her name is Jessica Ekstrom (09’) and she is responsible for http://www.headbandsofhope.org/ and you can read more about her here: http://www.xojess.com/about/ She’ll be here to tell us how she’s made a difference and answer questions you may have about her brand of leadership.
On February, Friday 28, from 3:00 to close, Sweet Frog will be donating a certain percentage of their profits to support Adam Swez’s Capstone to raise money for the James K. Polk House. So come and eat at the Sweet Frog in Afton Ridge; everyone’s support would be greatly appreciated!
Student Council Speeches are on March 10th, the deadline to run for office is March 5th with a speech submitted to Dean Ramsey by 9am on March 6th.
Honor Council Speeches will be on March 24th (the day we return from Spring Break) with a speech submitted to Dean Booker by 9am on March 13th.
Houses will begin to look for Head Boys and Girls on March 25th. Student interested in helping their Houses should get in touch with the current Head Boy or Girl of their House and be prepared to present a resume and interview for positions within the House structure
Class Representatives April 8th speeches (these elections will be by grade-level.) Please submit speeches to Dean Ramsey by April 2nd to be eligible. If you are interested in running for an office, or you have any questions about the above roles, please seek the advice of one of the following:
Student Council: Sherry Harley or Dean Ramsey Honor Council: Dean Booker or Beth Lineberger House leadership: Tom Booker
Butter Braid sale March 3-14
Delivery April 17th.
Proceeds benefit Senior Day Away sponsored by Student Council.
Dont’ miss out on the yumminess!
After School Events:
Location: Taylor Hall
4:00 Girls Varsity Soccer vs Metrolina