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                                          ” People are like stained glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty us revealed only if there is light from within.”- unknown

                                                                                 Day 4  No Drops

                                                                Student Life: 12:05-1:00 Taylor Hall Celebrating Individuality 

 Birthdays:    Amanda Cheung and Zoe Greene

March 7- Joe Vaccaro

House Standings

Animus Shield Humanitas Shield 2 Impetus Shield Integritas Shield






                                                                       Core Values

Aspen Stevanovski demonstrated KINDNESS when she took a large stack of trays from a teacher’s room back to the cafeteria.


Public Proclamations:

Come help seniors Ellen Montgomery and Nikki Hensley package over 10,000 meals in the final event of their Capstone project on Thursday, March 6th!

Sophomore English students analyze the Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog and its connection to Frankenstein.

Sophomore English students analyze the Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog and its connection to Frankenstein.

Stop Hunger Now’s meal packaging events are a fun, hands-on way to make a difference and impact the lives of those suffering from hunger. All students involved will receive 2 community service hours. Thanks!



Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein?

The following college representatives will be on campus in room 616 to speak with current sophomores, juniors and seniors about their colleges.  Please sign up on Family Connections if you would like to attend a session. 

St. Andrews Presbyterian College 3/6/14 11:25 AM
Grove City College 3/10/14 9:10 AM
Stetson University 3/10/14 2:25 PM
University of North Carolina at Asheville 4/9/14 8:55 AM

Juniors should report to the college counseling room (Rm. 616) Wednesday during their science drop. Wednesday’s session will focus on creating your activities resume. Students should bring their laptop computer, as well as a saved copy of their resume to begin the editing or continue the editing process.

Students use science drop wisely.

Students use science drop wisely.

Student Council is happy to announce the new Public Relations position added for next year. The position will enable the officer to be responsible for getting information into the blog, heading the fund raising campaigns and writing articles for the school.   Please see Ms. Harley or Mrs. Ramsey  for a full description of the position or if you have any questions.

Course Selection forms, including any Recommendation or AP Override forms are due to their Advisor by this Thursday, March 6th. 

Complete registration details and override forms are available at:

Interested in leadership????  Look into the Free Enterprise Leadership Challenge.  The cost is $125 for the entire week, and that includes lodging, meals, and materials.

Spanish students use computers to master the language excersises

Spanish students use computers to master the language excersises

 The National English Honor Society will have a MANDATORY meeting on Thursday, March 6 during student

choice in Mrs. Stavrakis’ room . Please plan on attending.


Student Council Speeches are on March 10th, the deadline to run for office is March 5th with a speech submitted to Dean Ramsey by 9am on March 6th. 

Honor Council Speeches will be on March 24th (the day we return from Spring Break) with a speech submitted to Dean Booker by 9am on March 13th.

Houses will begin to look for Head Boys and Girls on March 25th.   Student interested in helping their Houses should get in touch with the current Head Boy or Girl of their House and be prepared to present a resume and  interview for positions within the House structure

Class Representatives April 8th speeches (these elections will be by grade-level.)  Please submit speeches to Dean

Ramsey by April 2nd to be eligible.  If you are interested in running for an office, or you have any questions about the above roles, please seek the advice of one of the following:

Student Council: Sherry Harley or Dean Ramsey   Honor Council: Dean Booker or Beth Lineberger   House leadership: Tom Booker 

Tornado drill yesterday .

Tornado drill yesterday .


          It’s that time of year again:


The Prom Committee is currently in the process of choosing music for the dance.  So we can make this year’s dance the best it can be, we need your help.  If you have any songs you are excited to dance to at prom, please send those to either Darby West (  ) , Rollins Johnson ( ), Ryan Murphy ( ), or Tori Campbell ( ). Your ideas are greatly needed and

appreciated!  Please submit your suggestions by Thursday, March 6th! Thanks so much for all of your help!!

**We will not provide any other details at this time!! J


Prom Committee 2014


Butter Braid sale March 3-14

Delivery April 17th.

Proceeds benefit Senior Day Away sponsored by Student Council.

Dont’ miss out on the yumminess!




After School Events:

Athletes warm up.

Athletes warm up.

4:00  Varsity Boys baseball away against High Point Christian

4:00 JV Girls soccer home against Covenant Day School
4:00 Boys varsity Tennis away against Greensboro Day School
Coach Campbell welcomes other school athletes to Cannon.

Coach Campbell welcomes other school athletes to Cannon.

4:15 Girls Varsity softball Away against Lake Norman Charter.