” The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars
in the world, but if they don’t play together, the club won’t be worth a dime”- Babe Ruth
Day 4 no drops
12:05- Student Life : Honor Code Signing ceremony
- Birthdays: Sean Lyttle
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Mohit Bajaj demonstrated – as he so often does – PASSION when he volunteered to empty an overflowing recycling bin.
Kent Andrews demonstrated INTEGRITY when he drove back to school to own his behavior. So proud of you, Kent! Grrrrrr!
Jaillin Johnson, Logan Foster, Josh Lewis, Montel Lyles, Seth Newkirk, Austin Coale, Ben Wyatt, Carrie Schauder, Justin Fromke, Kenny Clarke, Sarah Miner and Davis Nelson all demonstrated TEAMWORK when they gave up their drop periods to give helpful hints about time management and organization for freshman seminar. Thank you all so much! You are the best!
Taylor Shue showed amazing INTEGRITY when she found a twenty-dollar bill in the cafeteria and turned it in to the
Jordan Battle, Donovan Patterson, Phillip McKenzie, Cory Deveaux, and Zion Hendrix showed TEAMWORK for helping to clean up the House Animus Tailgate.
Greyson Thompson, Taylor DeBord, and Will Hansen showed kindness & teamwork when they agreed to change chemistry classes to make class sizes more equitable.
Kendall Thomas demonstrated amazing TEAMWORK when she helped her fellow Media Arts I classmates tackle using new Adode Creative Suite software. Thanks so much Kendall–the logo project was a great success with your assistance!
Attention all students: As a follow up to the summer reading of Whats your Red Rubber Ball, tomorrow we will be sharing our boxes of magic with one another during advisory. If you have not brought in your box, please do so by tomorrow morning. Sharing our boxes and our stories with one another will be amazing . Bring your courage and an open mind as we dive into knowing ourselves, our faculty and fellow students on a deeper level. Game on !
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.
There will be a meeting of all boys in grades 9 – 12 who are interested in playing lacrosse for the 2015 spring season on Friday, August 29 at 11:15 am in Mr. Cobb’s Classroom next to the library. Please plan to attend and get valuable information from Coach Schattn
Please be on the lookout for computer 409 and case. If you see it, please return it to Mr. Wise, thanks. Also, an iphone 5 charger is missing. If you know its whereabouts, please see Dean Ramsey.
Senior Picture Make-ups will be Monday, September 8 during Student Life.
Show your Cougar spirit by attending the Cannon vs First Assembly tomorrow night at First Assembly. Wear white ! If you want to ride the fan bus this evening, please email Harrison Barrone right now to reserve your spot on the bus. GO COUGARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Audition signup for this year’s fall and winter theater productions is now online! Audition slots are available Thurs Aug 28, Fri Aug 29, and Sep 2. You can sign up for audition slots, download an auditionform and script, and learn everything else you need to know at www.cannonschool.org/ctc. Hard copies of audition forms and scripts are also available by the Cannon Theater Company board in the first floor stairwell by Foundation Hall. Email Mr. Macat email@example.com with any questions!
If anyone is interested in helping out with Project Wrap-In this year, we will be having a meeting on Thursday during lunch in Mrs. Stavrakas’s room. Come if you would like to help out! Thank you,Erin Norton and Kierstyn Jones
Do you like BBQ? Make sure you get your lunch from the Belly Backer food truck coming to campus Friday! They accept cash or credit! Check the Student Council cork board for the menu or check your email later this week for more details.Menu at end of post.
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
Yoga is BACK B period in Mr. Coggins’ room. Show up for yoga during your drops: Monday – English drop, Tuesday – Math drop, Wednesday – Social
The first meeting of the Justice League is scheduled for Today Thursday, August 28th in the US library reference room during Student Choice. If you are interested in making a difference at Cannon and around the world, this is the adventure for you!! We are looking for leaders to form a council and run with vision that works to right injustices and to bring awareness to our community. If you have any questions about the Justice League, please see Ms. Eury or Mr. Kmidowski.
All students who are planning on leading a club this year (special interest club, service club or affinity group) MUST attend a lunch meeting this FRIDAY, August 29th in Foundation Hall to receive some *very important* information about the new club structure this year and to learn what is required for the upcoming Club Fair. Please see Sra. Zelaya if you have any questions or conflicts
After school events
Food truck Menu for Friday:
Belly Backers Mobile Café
BB Mobile Cafe’ Menu 08/29/14
Fire Cracker Shrimp w/Fries – $9.00
Shrimp deep fried to perfection, served with special made firecracker sauce and side of Belly Backer Fries
O’Boy Polish Boys – $7.00
Our all beef Polish Sausage on Belo buns with French Fries and Cole Slaw topped with our house made BB sauce
Chef D’s Belly Wraps w/Chips – $8.00
Grilled chicken or Veggies with a special sauce over veggies & cheese in a Spinach or Tomato Basil wrap (Buffalo, Asian and Regular)
Belly Blastful Salad – $9.00
Grilled Chicken Breast, Fire Cracker Shrimp on top of bed of Romaine Lettuce with seasoned croutons, tomatoes and thinly sliced red onions.
Risotto & Seafood Fritters w/Fries – $7.00
Risotto rice, Parmesan and Asiago cheese, fresh Crab Meat and Shrimp rolled in panko bread crumb and deep fried.
Signature Belly Sides
Belly Backer Fries $4.00 – Crispy coated fries topped with BB house seasoning Parmesan Cheese, Parsley and White Truffle oil.
Fried Broccoli Bites $4.00 – Cuts of fresh Broccoli lightly battered and fried. Served with a special sweet chili dipping sauce.
Signature Belly Waffles
Build your own Liege Waffles
Toppings: Belgian Choc sauce, Pecans
Bananas, Nutella, Biscoff, Almonds, Whip cream