It’s here! Our first Final Friday Fun Day of the 2016-17 school year.
Final Friday Fun Day‘s are an opportunity to turn off, settle in, relax and take a load off. The Library goes tech free for the lunchhour… no computers, no printing, no personal devices.
This week, for our first Friday, we’re going to have a good old fashioned “Rainy Day Games Day”… (how appropriate for what promises to be a rainy day!).
The Library has a collection of games including cribbage, chess, backgammon, Jenga, Yahtzee, Sorry!, and more. Or you can bring your own games.
Whatever you do, bring your lunch and come join the fun.
In the better late than never category… Important post-secondary information sessions yesterday and today in the Library.
- Yesterday: All Film, VA and Drama majors
- Today: All Music, MT and Dance majors
There will be a lunchtime catch-up session if you missed them… but, oops, it’s not posted on the Google Calendar on the ESA AW site so I can’t tell you right now when that is…
I’ll post tomorrow, or check the Guidance Information Google Classroom, or listen for an announcement…
We are delighted to be participating in the NFB’s first Virtual Classroom event of the school year: Capitalism vs the Climate, A Virtual Lecture with Naomi Klein.
We will be screening the event in the rear teaching zone.
- Mr. Humphrey’s Period 6 Geography class will be joining us to watch the event.
- Students on spares are invited to join us as well, as there is space available.
The Library will be CLOSED last oeriod, and after school, as we host the Honour Reception.
Congratulations, on your academic success, to everyone who has been invited.
… in the Library at lunch.
N.B. There will be NO ACCESS to computers or printing during the Club Fair.
Please note that the Library will be CLOSED, for the remainder of the day, as of the start of the lunchhour today, Monday.
The Social Sciences Dept is hosting the federal Minister of Veteran’s Affairs, the Honourable Kent Hehr, for the afternoon.
- The Library is pleased to be the venue for this event, where every Grade 10 History student – as well as other invited classes and guests – will be in attendance at some point in the afternoon.
The Library will re-open again for regular business, first thing Tuesday morning.
We generally “celebrate” Freedom to Read Week (Canadian, February-March) that doesn’t mean we’re not delighted to announce, and share, Banned Books Week events and activities.