Celebrate it. Dream of it. Work for it. Enjoy it. Promote it. Demand it. Model it. Protest for it.
In 1981 the United Nations established the International Day of Peace. In 2002 the UN declared September 21 to be the permanent day “Peace Day.”
For more information, check out the official site. And come down to your school library to check out some of our resources on peace, including champions of peace, peace education and more.
The Reading Buddies program at the Surrey Public Library is looking for volunteer reading buddies. Reading Buddies is a great volunteer opportunity where you can develop your mentorship skills. Being a “big buddy” is a rewarding experience, and counts towards service hours. For more information, check out surreylibraries.ca. You can download an application form. You can also contact the Youth Services Librarian at the Cloverdale Library to ask questions, and to apply.
Did you know that we have eBooks? Do you know how to get them onto your eReader, tablet or other device? Go here to find out!
The LTS School Library is proud to work in partnership with Surrey Libraries, your local public library system. You have a wonderful branch right here in the community with the Cloverdale Branch. If you haven’t already been there, you need to check out the amazing central branch facility at City Centre. You also have access to all nine branches of Surrey Libraries.
As a high school student, you will find all sorts of programs designed with your age group in mind at Teen Central.
The Surrey Teens Read Nominees for 2016-20017 are here for you to borrow and read! We have multiple copies, so you and your friends can read the same title at the same time and compare your thoughts. Read at least three of the ten nominees and you can vote for the Book of the Year! Come down to the School Library to see our display. Find out more at surreyteensread.weebly.com.
Sustained Silent Reading takes place everyday at the start of 2nd period, 9:25 to 9:44. Read. Read something that you pick. Read something that you are interested in. Read to escape. Read to learn. Read to be entertained. Read to be informed. Read to laugh. Read to cry. Read to be scared. Read to be amazed. Read for your own reasons. Just read.
The world has changed since 1966 – but our determination to provide every woman and man with the skills, capacities and opportunities to become everything they wish, in dignity and respect, remains as firm as ever. Literacy is a foundation to build a more sustainable future for all. (Source: UNESCO)
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Volunteer in the School Library. You know that you want to do it.
Once again the Panther Den invites you to be a part of the Library Team. We are looking for responsible, diligent students to work as library monitors at lunch, before school and after school. Earn service hours, get first crack at new books and enjoy the privilege of serving your school in an important way.
Welcome back for another school year with the Lord Tweedsmuir School Library. Come down to visit us soon, and check out what we have online!