ADVISORY AGENDA October 21, 2014

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                                     ”  The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you lived and lived well.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

                                                                                                      Day 4 No Drops

                                                                        Advisory activities during student life
                                                                           Freshmen: active listening      Sophmores: Branding  
                                                                                         Juniors: Seeking help    Seniors: committee work
                                               Birthdays:  Grace Dunn

House Standings

Animus Shield Humanitas Shield 2 Impetus Shield  Integritas Shield
               637 points          395 points            474points            469points

Cougar News


Core Value

Shout out to all who attended the lunch and learn. Way to show passion for learning.

Upper school "Shelfie of the week"

Upper school “Shelfie of the week”



Congratulation to  Mrs. Zelaya’s advisory for bringing in 105 food cans for the Hunger drive last week. !!! This super advisory has won a chick fil a breakfast! Wahoo.



Good luck to BV Soccer in round 2 of the playoffs today!

Go Cougars!!!


There will be a meeting of anyone who is interested in playing lacrosse for Cannon School in the Spring on Tuesday, October 21 at lunchtime (11:15 am) in Foundation Hall.  Coach Schattner will be there to discuss pre-season, off season workouts and weight room schedule.

Students got an early morning start on work in the Commons.

Students got an early morning start on work in the Commons.





On Saturday, November 1, Classroom Central will be hosting a Fall Field Day at Memorial Stadium. There will be food, live music, and fun field day events. All proceeds from this day will supply children living in poverty with school supplies. Volunteers are needed to help run the events! To sign up to volunteer, please contact or 


Tennis player takes the court.

Tennis player takes the court.

Intramural Information:

Humanitas 1: Taylor advisory + Dalton Phillips

 Animus 1: Dunn advisory 

Animus 2: Jack Amoroso + Logan Foster + Anna Redding + Maryclaire Farrington + Ellen Montgomery + Jena Metwalli + Christina Stylianou + Kieran Patel 

Impetus 1: Preston miller + Andrew Van Wingerdan + Sam Oddo + Will Chaiken + Jack Krichilsky + Ben Wyatt + Arvi S. + Rob Lewis 

October 21st, student choice:    Field 1: Humanitas 1 vs. Animus 2

                                                         Field 2: Animus 1 vs. Impetus 1

*House leaders, motivate your members to show up ready to win because winners of these games are guaranteed 1st or 2nd place points

 October 22nd, student choice:

Field 1: championship  Winner vs. winner

Lunch and learn speaker Ms. Ruffman  was fabulous.

Lunch and learn speaker Ms. Ruffman was fabulous.

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Field 2: third place game

Previous day’s losing teams


Comradery off the court.

Comradery off the court.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: Please sign up on Family Connections to meet with College Representatives from the following schools:

Oct 21: Presbyterian College and Duke University

Oct 22: Whitman College and Gettysburg College

Oct 23: Sewanee: The University of the South, Eckerd College, Hampden- Sydney College, Oglethorpe University, The George Washington University


Senior uses time wisely. A great role model.

Senior uses time wisely. A great role model.


After school events:

none today