- Have you (or your parent) cooked or baked for an event in the Library this year?
- Are you missing any kitchenware that you brought to school but never found its way back home again?
The Library has a number of such items which have not been picked up to be returned home. We have:
- a crockpot;
- a covered casserole;
- some serving ware; and,
- an assortment of hard plastic storage containers.
See photos, below, of the crockpot and casserole.
If your parents think you are missing something – or this post reminds you that you forgot to pick something up – please drop by the Library on Marks Review Day (Tuesday June 23rd) to claim your stuff.
THANK YOU!… to everyone who has continued to return their outstanding Library materials.
The second round of phone calls home has been completed (for the most part, excepting where your phone number of record doesn’t work). If all Library materials could please be returned by the end of this exam week, it would be greatly appreciated.
While exams are in progress in the Library, materials may be returned to the box on the bench in the Main Office.
Any Library items which remain outstanding as of the end of this school year will begin to accrue overdue fines. Fines will need to be cleared before additional items may be borrowed next fall.
Letters, Vol I
ESA’s first (annual) publication of student poetry and prose has arrived!
Under the creative direction of Sauvanne Margaux, this publication includes work from 27 ESA students.
Every student who contributed will receive their own personal copy of the publication. A limited number of additional copies are available for $10 per copy. The book will be on display, and available for sale, at lunch in the Foyer on Friday, June 5th. Else, please contact Ms. Wray (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Registered with Library and Archives Canada – this volume has a registered ISBN number – the participating students may now lay claim to having been, officially, published!
Congratulations to all involved in the project. We look forward to continuing the project next year, under the Creative Direction of our two new editors, Rachel Carmichael Campbell and Spencer Cetinic.
Student authors published in this project should drop by the Foyer at the start of lunch to pick up their personal copy.
The Library is having an(other) end of year Book Sale. The sale starts, officially, on Wednesday June 3rd.
We have just finished another intensive weeding of the fiction collection – both Adult and Young Adult – so there is lots available.
In additional to the regular sale bin, there is an additional book truck full of goodies by the Circulation Desk. Drop by and stock up on summer reading.
Hardcover $1 each. Paperbacks 50 cents, or less.
And yes, we will be serving tea, starting at 8am. Bring your own mug.