” Respect for ourselves guides our morals, respect for others guides our manners. “- Laurence Sterne
Day 2 World Language drops
- Parent Orientation tonight 6:30- 8:30
- Birthdays: Caroline Malmstrom
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Cougar News Broadcast
Andrew Nielson showed INTEGRITY when he returned an extra item that fell from the vending machine. The vending company said they’ve never had that happen before. So proud
Jakob Diskin turned in a wallet he found. No ID in it, just cash. Way to demonstrate INTEGRITY.
Kierstyn Jones demonstrated INTEGRITY when she returned an extra credit ticket to her teacher that had no name on it. Thanks for being honest, Kierstyn!
Steven Bennet showed PASSION when he gave a great pep talk to the MS Cross Country boys the other day before their meet. They must have listened closely, because they ended up winning their meet! Great Job.
George Lovett helped carry heavy boxes to the library. Thanks for your KINDNESS.
Tripp Goff, Will Yoder, Brad Schlosser demonstrated KINDNESS when helping Mrs. Otey gather chairs for a last minute meeting. Thank you!
Andrea Moore demonstrated KINDNESS when she organized Mrs. Reulbach’s birthday calendar! Great job Andrea!
Harrison Barone and Andrew Nielsen showed TEAMWORK when they rescued Sarah Dockery when her car stopped working.
Clay Maguire helped carry a heavy load to cafeteria. Thanks for your KINDESS.
Colleen Hurley demonstrated KINDNESS when she offered a classmate a granola bar after overhearing the student say she was lightheaded from not eating lunch. Thanks for looking out for your classmate, Colleen!
Kate Frankenburg demonstrated KINDNESS when she organized Mrs. Reulbach’s birthday calendar! Great job Kate!
Zack olguin helped me carry heavy boxes to the library.
Lauren Peace demonstrated KINDNESS when she very willingly shared her online textbook code with a student who didn’t have one and she didn’t even expect to be paid back for it. That’s so kind!
Shout out to Dom Pelucio who was accepted into the North Carolina Honors All-State Orchestra this past weekend. He will perform with the top students in the state of North Carolina in Winston-Salem for the National Association for Music Education Conference in November.
Has anyone seen computer number 304 lying around somewhere? If so, please let Mr. Cobb know—one of his advisees will be very happy!
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: Please sign up on Family Connections to attend these upcoming information sessions with visiting College Representatives:
Class of 2018! Are you interested in leadership? Do you want to be a voice for your peers? Elections for Freshmen Student Council Representatives will be held during the Beach Trip. Please submit a typed speech to Dean Ramsey and pick up a copy of the Student Council By-laws by Friday, September 12 at 3 pm. Contact any current member of Student Council if you have questions.
|Wofford College||Mon September 8, 2014||2:25 PM|
|Davidson College||Tue September 9, 2014||9:40 AM|
|Northwestern University||Tue September 9, 2014||1:25 PM|
|Washington and Lee University||Tue September 9, 2014||2:25 PM|
|Tufts University||Wed September 10, 2014||10:40 AM|
|Meredith College||Wed September 10, 2014||12:25 PM|
The Academic Center is now open in US Room 610 for those who need to make-up a quiz or a test.
A proctor will be there every Day 1, 2, 3 during your DROP.
You must arrive within the first five minutes of a block to be allowed to enter the room and make up a quiz or test.
You may still also use the US Library every day that is not early dismissal from 3:15-4:10 to make up a quiz or test.
Senior Picture Make-ups will be Monday, September 8 during Student Life.
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 webpage.
House Impetus Students of the Month for September
James Gosling (’18) showed enthusiasm for service this summer by volunteering with TOPSoccer through Carolina Rapids every Saturday. TOPSoccer is a community-based training and team placement program for young athletes with disabilities organized by the US Youth Soccer Association’s member club volunteers. The program is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl, who has a mental or physical disability. Through volunteering with this program, James was able to combine his enthusiasm for soccer and volunteer work. Great job!
Kate Frankenberg (’18) showed enthusiasm for leadership over the summer and so far in the school year by joining Student Council. After STUCO spoke to the 8th grade last year about interning, Kate took initiative and submitted a resume and spoke with the deans about her interest. As a member of STUCO, she now helps the officers and representatives with anything they are working on. She has extended her enthusiasm for leadership outside of Cannon through her lacrosse team and swim team. From these experiences, she has definitely been able to learn more about teamwork, setting and achieving goals, accountability, confidence, and perseverance, all which attribute to a great leader. Great work James and Kate!
The first Cannon Reading Invasion is scheduled for Friday, September 5th during student choice (1:05 pm to 1:30 pm). We will
“invade” the quad.
The idea behind the Cannon Reading Invasion is simple- students, faculty, and staff bring something to read and “invade” a space on campus. Cannon Reading Invasion is not a book club but a time to come together during the school day to enjoy the act of reading and to remind our fellow Cougars that reading is an important part of our lives.
Cannon Reading Invasion is a way to celebrate our school’s passion for reading, to enjoy our school’s beautiful campus, and to share some quality time with members of our school community.
After school events