ADVISORY AGENDA April 29


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                                           “To be kind is more important than to be right. Many times, what people need is Not a brilliant mind that speaks but a special heart that listens.”- F. Scott FItzgerald

                 

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House Standings

Animus Shield Humanitas Shield 2 Impetus Shield Integritas Shield

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206

69

                                                                                                                                                                                          

Core Values

 

Julia Liborio, Claudia Michaels, Olivia Burch, Kallie Kufner showed KINDNESS when they volunteered to clean glassware in the chem lab!

Nick Reid demonstrated KINDNESS by offering support to another student who was struggling with managing a deadline. Thanks for being a good friend, Nick!

Madeleine Farrington and Nikita Samant showed KINDNESS to a lower school student helping with soccer.

Meghan Hendry , leah Susswell, Julia Dunn, McKinley Riley, and Alex Holloway demonstrated KINDNESS when they  found a student whose selfie hadn’t printed, and wrote her a sticky-note telling her how beautiful she is anyway.  Way to go!

Gorgeous couple at Prom.

Gorgeous couple at Prom.

 

 

Public Proclamations:

 

 

Faculty and Students are invited to a recognition ceremony to celebrate Matthew Randolph’s and Philip Jewell’s decision to participate in their respective sport at the college level. The ceremony will take place Wednesday, April 30th, during Student Choice (1:05-1:30 pm) in Foundation Hall. All are welcome.

 

The last mandatory AP Pre-Administration session will be taking place on Wednesday, April 30 beginning at 11:15am in Foundation Hall. All those who have not yet attended must do so Wednesday.

Cougar Notecards are available in the Cougar’s Den.  Great for Senior Night Invitations, Thank You Notes for graduation,  letters of recommendation, or for teacher appreciation.  Limited quantity available.notecard

 

Volunteers needed:  Like soccer? Interested in helping  “differently abled athletes”?  Check out the program below.
The program is sponsored by US Youth Soccer in conjunction with local Soccer clubs and Parks and Recreation programs – in this case, the towns of Huntersville and Cornelius. Here is a link to the US Youth Soccer website describing Top Soccer more fully http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/programs/topsoccer/.

 

Today, 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 prom.

Wonderful prom.

 

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

Fabulous surprise at Prom.

Fabulous surprise at Prom.

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

First couple to arrive.

First couple to arrive.

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.       

             

Great friends.

Great friends.

 

                      

  After School Events:

 

Track stars dress to impress.

Track stars dress to impress.

3-5 Biorex

Tennis (Spring) – Boys Varsity
4:15 PM
Home
Location: Cannon School
Tennis (Spring) – Boys Varsity vs Charlotte Christian
Handsome couple.

Handsome couple.

 

Double date.

Double date.

A crowd favorite.

A crowd favorite.

Baseball – Boys Varsity
4:30 PM
Home
Location: Cannon School
Baseball – Boys Varsity vs Charlotte Country Day
Dynamic duo.

Dynamic duo.

Some of Prom committee.

Some of Prom committee.

Caricatures were a blast.

Caricatures were a blast.

Softball – Girls Varsity
5:15 PM
Home
Location: Cannon School
Softball – Girls Varsity vs Charlotte Christian

Soccer (Spring) – Girls Varsity
6:00 PM
Home
Location: Cannon School
Soccer (Spring) – Girls Varsity vs Charlotte Christian

Promenade!

Promenade!

Showing dance moves.

Showing dance moves.

Awesome Advisory.

Awesome Advisory.

Lacrosse – Boys JV
6:00 PM
Away
Location: Charlotte Christian
Lacrosse – Boys JV vs Charlotte Christian

Soccer (Spring) Girls JV
6:00 PM
Home
Location: Cannon School
Soccer (Spring) Girls JV vs Lincoln Charter School

Prom King and Queen.

Prom King and Queen.

CONNECT Our Future-Food Systems Project
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: Taylor Hall
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Lacrosse – Boys Varsity
7:30 PM
Away
Location: Charlotte Christian
Lacrosse – Boys Varsity vs Charlotte Christian