Students who are planning on returning as Library volunteers are reminded to drop by the Library to choose their shift on the schedule.
We will open the schedule up to new volunteers next week. Anyone interested in being a new Library volunteers should complete this Google Form.
Once again, ESA is taking part in Student Vote, the 2015 edition.
- Our in-school Election Day has been changed to Thursday October 15th (due to a scheduling conflict which has arisen).
Is the upcoming Federal Election of interest to you? Would you like to learn a little bit about the behind the scenes reality of an Election Day?
We’re still looking for student volunteers to act as Poll Clerks and Deputy Returning Officers for our in school Student Vote 2015.
If you are interested, please fill out this Google Form. You will be contacted shortly.
If you would like additional information, please see Ms. Wray in the Library.
The Elizabeth Downie Media Library is looking for volunteers. Student volunteers will be trained in all aspects of running the Library.
Library volunteers will be scheduled before and after school, and/or over the lunch hour to help keep the Library open for students to use. Time spent in the Library is eligible for the awarding of Community Service hours.
New student volunteers will be contacted during the second week of school to schedule an orientation session.
Returning student volunteers are requested to drop by the Library after collecting their timetable – on Tuesday September 8th – so that we may get the schedule up and running as soon as possible.
The Etobicoke Humane Society, a Toronto animal shelter which takes in abused, neglected, abandoned, surrendered and injured animals is facing closure due to their financial state. They have been running for 25 years, are volunteer run, run solely on donations but face possible closure in the next 2-3 months.
The members of SEEDS Me to We have decided to support the Humane Society. They will be holding a Bake Sale this Thursday, November 27th in support. There is also a donation box located beside the Circulation Desk in the Library.
Additional information may be found by following these links:
If you live in Etobicoke, please consider becoming a monthly donor or a shelter volunteer. 100% of all donations go directly into animal care and operations. Your donation will provide shelter, vaccinations, food and emergency medical attention.
Reminder to all Grade 9 students who have signed up to be part of our team of Library volunteers… First orientation meeting today after school in the Library.
If you are unable to attend, please see Ms. Wray in the Library (or send a note).
It’s that time of year. We’re ready to roll in the Library and we are looking for volunteers. Last year we had a wonderful team of over 20 volunteers helping out in the Library on a regular basis.
If you are interested in joining us this year, please fill out the appropriate form (New or Returning).
We’ll be in touch shortly.