” Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we’re here we should dance.”- unknown
Day 1 english drops
- Birthdays: 8/23 Drew Balsbough, Victoria Bliss, Morgan Waite 8/24 Michael Childress 8/25 Dara Tokunboh
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Harrison Barone, Sydney Frankenberg, Patrick Hunter, Jake Jenike, Davis Nelson, Nikita Samant, Rollins Johnson, Darby West, Claire Malia, Caroline Malmstrom, Madeleine Farrington, Brooke Wurzberger, Annie Collom, Katie Cooper, and Jena Metwali showed TEAMWORK and COURAGE when they helped our community better understand our new dress code. Thanks!
Katie Cooper demonstrated PASSION when she printed out maps for my advisees on new student orientation day. Thank you Katie!
Zach Olguin demonstrated RESPECT when he picked up trash left behind by other students. Thank you!!
Brandon Wade showed KINDNESS when he offered to take a student to the nurse’s office. Thank you so much!
On Friday, Mrs. Otey Challenged Student Council Executive Board to the ALS ice bucket challenge. Lets see what happens.
Computer case # 233 and charger are missing. If you see these lost items please bring them to Mr. Wise. Thanks
Audition signup for this year’s fall and winter theater productions is now online! Audition slots are available Thurs Aug 28, Fri Aug 29, and Sep 2. You can sign up for audition slots, download an audition form and script, and learn everything else you need to know at www.cannonschool.org/ctc. Hard
copies of audition forms and scripts are also available by the Cannon Theater Company board in the first floor stairwell by Foundation Hall. Email Mr. Mac
at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Any student interested in either continuing a club on campus or forming a new club on campus needs to fill out a Club Registration Form and submit to Sra. Zelaya by Weds. 8/27. Forms can be found in the spiral staircase in the “Club Spot” and in the box outside room 512.
SENIORS who plan to use the Common Application should report to the college counseling room (room 616) TODAY (Monday, August 25th) during your English drop. You will need your lap top computer for this brief session (15-20 minutes).
Do you like BBQ? Make sure you get your lunch from the Belly Backer food truck coming to campus this Friday! They accept cash or credit! Check the Student Council cork board for the menu or check your email later this week for more details.
Prep for SAT Test: Cannon will offer the Princeton Review SAT Workshop twice during the school year: Fall (10/18-11/20) and Winter (1/31-3/7). The cost of $450 includes all materials, scored pre and post-tests, and 18 hours of instruction. For details on meeting dates and times and for online registration, visit the SAT prep site on the Cannon website.
Yoga is BACK B period in Mr. Coggins’ room. Show up for yoga during your drops: Monday – English drop, Tuesday – Math drop, Wednesday – Social studies drop.
Seniors – The first deadline for competitive scholarships like the Jefferson, Morehead-Cain and Park is this week. You can find the application on the College Counseling Scholarship tab on Haiku.
The first meeting of the Justice League is scheduled for Thursday, August 28th in the US library reference room during Student Choice. If you are interested in making a difference at Cannon and around the world, this is the adventure for you!! We are looking for leaders to form a council and run with vision that works to right injustices and to bring awareness to our community. If you have any questions about the Justice League, please see Ms. Eury or Mr. Kmidowski.
ALL students who are planning on leading a club this year (special interest club, service club or affinity group) MUST attend a lunch meeting this FRIDAY, August 29th in Foundation Hall to receive some *very important* information about the new club structure this year and to learn what is required for the upcoming Club Fair. Please see Sra. Zelaya if you have any questions or conflicts.
Advisors, please be sure to check for dress code this morning. Thank you, dean team.
Mrs. Stavrakas wants to know all of the wonderful things you’ve done over the summer in the community service realm. It makes no difference what community you served or the amount of time you spent, it just matters that you’ve positively affected the life of another human being. Please fill out a Community Service form that your Advisor has and then Contact Mrs. Stavrakas regarding summer service by Wednesday, August 27, so that she can highlight one person per grade level on the US Community Service bulletin board!
There will be a MANDATORY meeting today during Lunch for any girl interested in / planning to play girls basketball this winter in Coach Kulp’s room (612). If you are unable to attend, please see me during English drop on Monday.
All boxes of magic ( your summer reading project) are due by August 29th. Please be sure to complete your Red Rubber Ball Activity and be prepared to share your box with your advisory.
After school events