“ My red rubber ball saved my life. I went from me to we. I went from imagine to dream. Everyone needs a red rubber ball. What’s yours? – Kevin Carroll
Day 5 schedule No Drops
- Student Life in CPAC today.
- Birthdays: Garrett Cline
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Shout out to all who made Kevin Carroll’s visit a reality. Thank you to the teachers who supported the endeavor and encouraged the process.
Hoping to get a summer job? Come to Thursday’s Career Lunch & Learn in the US Library Annex with Marcia Brashear, Camp Cannon Director. Mrs. Brashear has years of human resources and will give tips on how to land a summer job.
Freshmen and Sophomores will be meeting with College Counselling during drops on Thursday.
Upper School Students: We need some help with our Father-Daughter Dance on 1/24. Lots of opportunity for some community service setting up on 1/24 (any time), at the dance from 7-10, or helping clean up on 1/25 from 10am-noon. All service hours will count toward 3rd quarter. Contact Tracy Denby at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help out. Thank you!!!!
Looking for a fun summer job? Camp Cannon is hiring Jr. Counselors to work during camp weeks. Students must be 16 to apply. Applications are available in the upper school office and are due no later than 1/28 to Mrs. Brashear (located in the lower school business wing)
All Students: On Wednesday, January 14th, College Counseling will be hosting a Lunch & Learn session focused on military academies and ROTC scholarships. Students interested in learning about the academies, ROTC scholarships, and the application process are welcome to attend. As the title states, students are welcome to bring their lunch to the meeting.
There will be a math competition in Mr Scurlock’s room during lunch on January 15.
Last chance to register for the Winter Princeton Review SAT Prep course. Only 4 spots remain! Schedule information and registration is available online at www.cannonschool.org/satprep
The Academic Center in US Room 610 is open every Day 1, 2, 3 for students who need to make-up assignments or would like a 100% quiet space to study.
In order to make-up an assignment or use the room, you must arrive within the first FIVE MINUTES of a block. The proctor will not allow you to enter afterwards to make up a quiz or test. This practice allows us to keep a quiet atmosphere with few interruptions
for those studying or making-up assignments.
After school events: