ADVISORY AGENDA March 11


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                                          ” Our days are happier when we give people a bit of our heart rather than a piece of our mind.”- unknown

                                                                                 Day 1 English Drops

                                                                            
                                                            

 Birthdays:   Daelyn Bentley-Gottel

House Standings

Animus Shield Humanitas Shield 2 Impetus Shield Integritas Shield

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                                                                       Core Values

 

JV soccer won first game ever! Congratulations.

JV soccer won first game ever! Congratulations.

 Chandler Frazier demonstrated KINDNESS when he held the door for Mrs. Otey on numerous occasions

 Shout out to all JV girls soccer players and coaches . Great first win! 

Shout out to all those who ran for student council positions. Way to put yourselves out there. Kudos to your bravery. Thank you for caring about your school.

Public Proclamations:

Congrats to the Varsity girls soccer team on their win against Cox Mill yesterday.

 Please join us in congratulating our leaders of Student Council for 2014-2015 school year.

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President: Harrison Barone

Vice President: Will Cato

Secretary: Carrie Schauder

Treasurer: Sydney Frankenburg

Public Relations:  Caroline Malmstrom

 

Freshman Service Project T-Shirt Sale!!!! If you would like to order a t-shirt for $10 to support the Freshman Service Project’s mission to support the American Cancer Society please bring you money to Kristin McClanahan in College Counseling by noon on  Wednesday, March 12th!  LAST CHANCE!!!!

Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society Induction on Thursday was a success. Congratulations.

Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society Induction on Thursday was a success. Congratulations.

All AP Students!!! Mark your calendar for the MANDATORY Pre-AP Registration Session.  On April 16th during English Drop report to Foundation Hall to complete the required AP forms.

The following college representatives will be on campus in room 616 to speak with current sophomores, juniors and seniors about their colleges.  Please sign up on Family Connections if you would like to attend a session. 

University of North Carolina at Asheville 4/9/14 8:55 AM      

 

Capstone came to life last week.

Capstone came to life last week.

Interested in leadership????  Look into the Free Enterprise Leadership Challenge.  The cost is $125 for the entire week, and that includes lodging, meals, and materials.  http://felcexperience.org/

Nicki and Ellen did a fabulous job packaging over 10,000 meals last week. So proud.

Nicki and Ellen did a fabulous job packaging over 10,000 meals last week. So proud.

 

 

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:

Students volunteer and help the hungry.

Students volunteer and help the hungry.

Baseball- Boys varisty vs Gaston Christian  

location: Cannon
Lacrosse- Boys JV vs Covenant Day School

Coaches get girls excited for the second half.

Coaches get girls excited for the second half.

location: Cannon
Softball- Girls Varsity vs. Mount Pleasant High school
location: Cannon
Lacrosse- Boys Varsity vs Lake Norman Charter
location Lake Norman Charter
Tennis: Boys Varsityvs. Oak Hollow Tennis
location: High point Christian
Track and Field- Coed varsity
location: Providence Day school