” Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace.”- unknown
Day 5 no drop
- Student Life: 10:20 Cum Laude in Taylor Hall
- Birthdays: Michael Dacus, Steven Bennett
Maryclaire Farrington, Nick Rossitch and Elizabeth Wahid participated as a featured artist at Cannon at the Mint on Sunday. They painted on site throughout the afternoon while over 350 people visited the museum. Awesome! Way to show PASSION and Courage.
Rachel Fitzpatrick demonstrated TEAMWORK by volunteering at Cannon at the Mint on Sunday. Thanks!
Dylan Housman demonstrated KINDNESS when he encouraged a classmate who was having a rough day. Way to go, Dylan!
ALL STUDENTS CURRENTLY TAKING AN AP COURSE are required to attend the Pre-AP Registration Session on Wednesday April 16th during English Drop in Foundation Hall.
Interested in learning more about next year’s musical? Come to Taylor Hall stage during Student Choice today. If you can’t come but have still have questions you’d like answered, feel free to email Mr. Macdonald
Sophomores – Your final session with College Counseling will be taking place during Math drop this Thursday in room 616. Please bring your laptops.
Like to take pictures? Like to write?
Interested in journalism, publishing,
communication, or news?
SIGN UP TO WORK ON THE UPPER SCHOOL
NEWSPAPER: The Cusp.
No previous experience required! All
interested are welcome.
Contact Kelli Baker at:
Rising Juniors and Seniors: Don’t forget to register for an SAT or ACT Prep course this summer. Options available are: Princeton Review SAT Prep (June 23-27), HHG2C: SAT Prep (July 14-18), and HHG2C: ACT Prep (July 28-Aug 1). Registration is available at www.campcannon.com
Rising Seniors: Take the stress out of college applications in the fall. Attend one of the College Essay Boot Camps this summer. Sessions offered June 9-13 (only 2 spaces remain) and June 16-20 (only 12 spaces remain). Registration is available at www.campcannon.com.
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
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.
After School Events: