ADVISORY AGENDA April 24


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                                           “When you come out of the storm you won’t be the same person that walked in. That’s what the storm is all about.”- Haruki Murakami

                 

                                                                                Day  1 Arts  drop

                                               
                                                                                     Birthdays: Larkin Felker and Olivia Clarke

House Standings

Animus Shield Humanitas Shield 2 Impetus Shield Integritas Shield

176

78

206

69

                                                                                                                                                                                          

Core Values

 

Dom, Callie and Theresa played beautiful music with the Charlotte youth orchestra  on Wednesday. Congratulations.

Dom, Callie and Theresa played beautiful music with the Charlotte youth orchestra on Wednesday. Congratulations.

Juliana Sirois demonstrated INTEGRITY when she reminded a judge that her team deserved a lower number of points.

Shout out to all seniors for their wonderful Capstone Projects. Thank you to all mentors and Mr. Dunn for your leadership.

Girls in the uppers school made time to embrace individual beauty.

Girls in the uppers school made time to embrace individual beauty.

 

Public Proclamations:

 

Prom Reminders!

  • Please be early; you need to be upstairs in the Speedway Club by 7pm
  • Please check-in at registration by the last name of the ticket purchaser – remember to bring your tickets!
  • If you are running late, please call or text Ms. Eury at 704.783.9122 (and delete her number after prom J)
  • If you haven’t picked up your tickets from Ms. Eury, please do so today!

We are excited to see you on Saturday night and looking forward to a great party!!

 

Juniors:  Report to Foundation Hall on Monday during World Language drop for a mandatory final check-in with College Counseling before summer break.

Boys  Soccer Interest meeting during Lunch in Foundation Hall on Monday April 28th.  

Love to run or walk for a good cause? Join us this Saturday at Frank Liske Park in Concord for 5K help support Emily Hoffmann’s Capstone project of raising awareness and funds for Teen Suicide Prevention and Mental Health . Register online $25 which includes a t-shirt or day of race for $30.Outer Speed for Inner Peace.https://runsignup.com/Race/NC/Concord/OuterSpeedforInnerPeace People can either register, donate money, or both on this link.

 

“On Tuesday, April 29th, wear the Ronald McDonald House t-shirt you received in advisory to raise awareness for the Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte.  If your entire advisory wears their t-shirts, you can also earn house points!”

 

 

Wonderful display of beauty put on by these girls in the library annex during Student Life Thursday.

Wonderful display of beauty put on by these girls in the library annex during Student Life Thursday.

 

Nicki and Ellen spoke to students about their Stop the Hunger Capstone.

Nicki and Ellen spoke to students about their Stop the Hunger Capstone.

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: kbaker@cannonschool.org

Students had the opportunity to eat the food that 11,000 people over the world received because of a capstone Project.

Students had the opportunity to eat the food that 11,000 people over the world received because of a capstone Project.

 

 

 

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             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

Students enjoyed the refreshments and snacks between Capstone presentations.

Students enjoyed the refreshments and snacks between Capstone presentations.

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:

Tennis (Spring) – Boys Varsity
4:15 PM
Away
Location: Providence Day School
Tennis (Spring) – Boys Varsity vs Providence Day School
Seniors dressed for Capstone.

Seniors dressed for Capstone.

What a wonderful treat to share Capstone projects with parents.

What a wonderful treat to share Capstone projects with parents.

Softball – Girls Varsity
4:30 PM
Away
Location: Providence Day School
Softball – Girls Varsity vs Providence Day School

 

Lacrosse – Boys JV
5:45 PM
Away
Location: Providence Day School
Lacrosse – Boys JV vs Providence Day School
Groups gathered between Capstone presentations.

Groups gathered between Capstone presentations.

Soccer (Spring) – Girls Varsity
7:00 PM
Home
Location: Cannon School
Soccer (Spring) – Girls Varsity vs Providence Day School

A lovely time was had.

A lovely time was had.

Lacrosse – Boys Varsity
7:30 PM
Away
Location: Providence Day School
Lacrosse – Boys Varsity vs Providence Day School