If you could come to the library at lunch for a period of time (2-4 weeks) to learn something new…what would you choose:
- knitting and/or crocheting
- computer coding
- magic/card tricks
- how to tie a tie/bow tie
Come in to the library and fill out a survey. We hope to introduce some fun activities you may want to learn about at lunch-time next semester!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
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For the past couple of weeks, Social Justice and Economics 12 classes at North Surrey have combined to study issues surrounding poverty in Canada. Developing skills in determining quality resources, choosing relevant details, unpacking the issues, determining point-of-view and detecting propaganda have been a major part of this project. Students have been surprised with what they have learned, once quality sources were examined and fully understood. “Poverty is very complicated, and its effects are far reaching,” was a common conclusion for the students. Here are just a few examples of their amazing work.
Bring your friends and your lunch. It’s FREE! There may be some Christmas Cookies too