“Some people are worth melting for.”- Olaf
Day 4 no Drop
- Student life: 12:05-1:00
- Freshmen: outward bound information session in library annex
- Sophomore: Academic advising in advisory
- Juniors: capstone in foundation hall
- Seniors: advisory activity on college roommates
Birthdays: Brooke Wurzburger
Jake Diskin, Grayson Thompson, Grayson Pomykata, Jonathan Nephew, Nick Parenica, and Banks Campbell showed INTEGRITY when they volunteered to
clean the stadium after House Games. Many thanks, Gentlemen!!!!!
Annie Collom, Will Bost, Mat Lack and Tori Campbell showed RESPECT when they attended the Lunch & Learn with Aaron Newton, Cabarrus County Local Food Coordinator.
Hungry? Love Tenders in Cornelius? Attend Tenders on Wednesday, FAMILY DAY (April 9th) and say you attend Cannon for a portion of the proceeds to go to our school! 12-5! We need your support and you need a full belly!
If you bought a t-shirt in support of the Freshman Service Project’s advocacy program for the American Cancer Society you have earned a dress down day! Wear your t-shirt – Thursday- April 10th!! Thank you for your support of this important cause.
All Upper School Students: If you are interested in learning about being a Cheerleader for the 2014 Football season please bring your lunch to room 616 on Thursday, April 10th for an interest meeting. If you cannot make this meeting but you are interested in finding out more information please email Katie McClanahan email@example.com
Wednesday is the final Pizza Lunch sponsored by 8th graders. $5 for two slices, a water, and a cookie.
April is Autism Awareness Month, established to raise awareness about the developmental disorder that affects children’s normal development of social and communication skills.
April is also Arab-American Heritage Month and Tartan (Scottish-American) Heritage Month
From April 7th to April 17th there will be a school supply drive benefitting Classroom Central. Classroom Central helps students who live in extreme poverty effectively learn by collecting and distributing free school supplies. Students can donate either gently used or new school supplies. They can either place them in the white boxes found around school or give them to their advisors.
There will also be a bake sale benefitting Classroom Central. Preorders will be accepted on the 10th and the 11th in front of
Foundation Hall. For every dollar raised, Classroom Central will be able to buy 5 supplies. Thank you for your participation!
2014 Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival
There will be a meeting on Thursday, April 17th for students and faculty interested in attending the 2014 Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival. The meeting will be held in the US library reference room at 11:45 am.
The Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival is widely acknowledged as the largest poetry event in North America. The heart of the Dodge Poetry Festival, High School Student Day, brings together thousands of students from across the country who are equally interested in poetry and the arts.
The 2014 Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival is scheduled for October 23-25, 2014 in Newark, New Jersey.
Please contact Mr. Kmidowski for more information.
On May 3rd, there will be a 3v3 soccer tournament at Cannon! It is going to be for fun and everyone gets a
tshirt if they make a team so even if you have never played soccer before, it was still be a blast! All money goes towards the SpokesGroup in Charlotte. If interested, there are flyers on the Capstone board in the English wing or talk to Jake Flynn or Anna Estep.
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.
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We welcome students and parents join this trip. If you are interested in joining the trip, please sign up with a $300 deposit to Cannon school. If you have any questions, please contact Upper School Chinese Teacher-Lirong Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attention Seniors and Juniors-Prom tickets are now on sale!!
$95.00/Underclassmen or Outside Guest
$105.00 Late Tickets (All tickets purchased starting on April 3rd will be $105.00. No tickets will be sold after Friday, April 11th.)
You may purchase tickets in Ms. Eury’s room (#701) before or after school or in the Commons during lunch until April 2nd, 2014.
All late tickets must be purchased from Ms. Eury.
In order to bring an outside guest, you must fill out an information sheet and have your parents sign giving their permission. A copy of the form was emailed to you earlier. Please submit the form to Ms. Eury as soon as possible so your date can be added to the security list.
Please see Ms. Eury if you would like a form to have your school account billed for the cost of your ticket(s). This form requires a parent signature so please plan accordingly. This form is only available in Ms. Eury’s room.
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