Mr. Cowper and The Early Learning-Kindergarten Team will be hosting a walk through evening on Monday, October 25th from 5:45 to 6:30 pm for the JK/SK Parents to learn about their children’s learning spaces. Mrs. Litynksy (grade 1) will be introducing the JK/SK children to the Smart Board in the Learning Commons area.
All JK/SK families are welcome to join us, if you wish 🙂
Walkerville Centre for the Creative Arts
is holding an
Thursday, October 21st
at 7:00 pm
to inform interested students of the program at Walkerville and how they can apply
2100 Richmond St.
This October, Eastwood celebrate COURAGE. In respect to all of our fellow humans that use courage everyday in the face of adversity we will support UNICEF. Once again we will prove that, together, we can change the world. Throughout the month, we are asking our families to help out the children of the world, who are in need by donating some spare change. As a school, we will compete to see which division (Early Years, Primary, Junior or Intermediate) will bring in the most change as we work together to make a donation to UNICEF on behalf of Eastwood School. UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) was created after World War II in response to the suffering of Europe’s children due to the devastation. This charitable organization helps children around the world who are in need of clothing, shelter, medicine and access to an education. What a great way to teach generosity of spirit as well as empathy for others by making a charitable donation as a family. We are all so lucky to have clean clothes, a roof over our heads and access to health care and education. Please consider donating to this worthwhile cause! Donations can be made in the appropriate water jug in the front hall. Thanks!
NCCE Inc. SWIS Corner
New Canadians’ Centre of Excellence Inc Global Business Centre is offering the Enhanced Language Training (ELT) Program for Internationally Trained Professionals. It provides training and support at NO COST to permanent residents and convention refugees looking to enhance their career opportunities. Eligibility requirements: English proficiency assessed at LINC Level 5. The new session will begin on October 25, 2010 and includes 8 weeks of in-class training, followed by 4-weeks of voluntary job placement in a work setting matched to a client’s interests and goals. Program highlights include Business Writing; Public Speaking Skills Development; Employment Readiness Skills; Canadian Workplace Language Training; Assistance with Preparation for Professional Certification and Accreditation; Training on Microsoft Office 2007; 4-Week Work Placement in client’s professional field and more. Childcare for children 18 months to 6 years of age is provided at no cost. Transportation assistance is available to clients who qualify. For more information and to register, please call 519-9881300 or visit our office at 2800 Tecumseh Road East, 2nd Floor Windsor, ON N8W 1G4. We gratefully acknowledge funding by the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration Canada.