” We come to love not by finding a perfect person,but by learning to see an imperfect person perfectly.”- unknown
Day 4 schedule no Drops
- 12:05- Student life: all students and faculty meet in the CPAC
- 12:25- 9, 10 and 12 report to advisory and 11th grade students will be told where to report.
- Birthdays: none today
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Daniel Patton helped Ms Newman put up hand washing signs in the boys bathrooms. Thank you for your KINDNESS! – Cougar growl
Friday is Green day! wear all of the green attired you have in honor of recycling.
FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY IS COMING THIS FRIDAY!!!!!!
Cool and tangy, this southern take on a
marinade will have your mouth
watering… $7 Plate $3.50 Ala Carte
Tender cuts of Beef marinated in a blend
of spices, grilled to perfection…
$7.50 Plate $4 Ala Carte
Freshly grilled Calamari marinated in a
Serrano Chili infused olive oil… $7.50
Plate $4 Ala Carte
All kabobs come with choice of glaze
brushed on, additional sides are available
A sweet and tangy classic, with a twist
Roasted Red Coulis
A rich and savory glaze with a mildly
Thick, sweet and creamy “melt in your
All Kabobs are skewered with a series of fresh zucchini, yellow
squash and cherry tomatoes; then grilled on an open flame
and coated with glaze of your choice!
Served on a grilled Greek pita stuffed with Spanish rice and a
cucumber salad or ala carte
There will be a Math Competition on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 in Mr. Scurlock’s room during lunch. It will start promptly at 11:22 AM. You can win iTunes gift cards just by attending.Teams of three people are allowed to enter the competition. Come join!
Students are invited to participate in the second annual International Festival!
WHAT EXACTLY IS THE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL?
The festival is a celebration of the many cultures that form the Upper School. Students are invited to represent a country of their heritage or a country close to their “heart.”
WHEN IS THE FESTIVAL?
The festival is scheduled for Friday, November 21st during student life (10:20 – 11:15) in Taylor Hall
WHAT EXACTLY DO I HAVE TO DO?
This year’s theme focuses on the festivals and holidays of a country. Students are asked to share the details and practices that define the
festivals and/or holidays. Below are some ideas to consider:
- The flag of your country
- Arts and Crafts
- Traditional clothing
- Foods (with ingredients listed)
MAY I WORK WITH A FRIEND?
Certainly! You may work on your own or, if you prefer, work with a friend.
WHAT COUNTRIES ARE REPRESENTED SO FAR?
Countries already represented include:
Argentina,Bahamas,Chile,China,Colombia,Costa Rica,Finland,France,Guatamala,India,Jamaica,La República Dominicana,Mexico,Nicaragua,Panamá,Perú,Poland,Puerto Rico,Serbia,South Korea,Spain,Switzerland,Uruguay .A country may be represented by more than one team.
HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE?
If you are interested in representing a country, please email Mr. Kmidowski with the following information:
- Your name
- Your country you will represent
Cannon Theater Company is excited to present the first ever theater production to be performed in the Cannon Performing Arts Center! “Hay Fever” is a play about a hilariously dysfunctional family in 1920s London, and was performed to uproarious laughter this past weekend at the North Carolina Theater Conference. Our performances at Cannon will feature a few extra scenes and songs, as well as a brief presentation by sophomore Sara Serulneck on the playwright Noel Coward. Come join us next week Thurs Nov 13, Fri Nov 14, and Sat Nov 15 @ 7:00pm-8:30pm.
the service (fundraiser approval process) changes:
- Administrative Team Level – We will engage in up to two school-wide service projects each year (division heads will be the first point of contact if further projects are proposed). We will call for proposals on May 1, and ask that they be turned in on June 1. The administrative team will then spend retreat time (possibly) to decide which one(s) will be school wide. The planning begins at that time and owners are designated. This year’s school wide projects are as follows: the Student Hunger Drive (US & MS), Project Wrap-in (US, MS & LS), and the JDRF walk in the Spring. These may change next year.
- Division initiatives in addition to the school-wide initiatives will be at the discretion of the Division Head, and if the Heads decide to join forces that is an option.
- Student-led initiatives (fundraisers, etc.) will remain in the division in which they are initiated, and other divisions will NOT be “solicited” for participation.
- Any project involving the raising of funds or materials, must be approved by the Division Head, the Director of Community Outreach in that division, and the Advancement office through a form available on the Community Outreach Haiku page.
- Publication of fundraising efforts will be done with a “click through” in the Cupola or other Push pages indicating that parents have an option to view these projects and get involved but only if they are interested. This page will change based on current projects, summaries of concluded projects, etc.
- Celebration/Publication of service projects may take the form of the same “click through” page, or perhaps a feature in Cannon Magazine.
- Capstones/Cornerstones – MS and US Division Heads have encouraged minimal fundraising efforts, but this will be at the discretion of lead teachers. Fundraising efforts should follow the same intra-Division policy as listed in items 2 and 3. Solicitation or participation involving other divisions might come from a Capstone Mentor or Cornerstone teacher.
“FCA is going to the Operation Christmas Child packaging center on Friday, December 19 from 10-4. If you are interested email Taylor Stevanovski at email@example.com as soon as you can as only 15 spots are available.”
After school events