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Communications Students
Filed by AlexV on Tuesday, May 23, 2006
All communications students wishing to write exams with us please speak to Mrs. Eastwood as soon as possible.
Grad Gowns
Filed by AlexV on Friday, May 19, 2006
To all potential grads: We are ordering gowns for commencement. If you wish to order a commencement gown for Novermber's ceremony you must pay $25 cash to Mr. Jokhu in the main office by June 9th.
Exams Schedule
Filed by AlexV on Monday, May 15, 2006
The 2006 exams schedule is now online.

View as Flash (56.4KB) or as PDF (30.5KB).
National Biology Competition
Filed by AlexV on Thursday, April 27, 2006
Attention all grade 11 and 12 biology students who are writing the University of Toronto National Biology Competition: The contest is on Thursday, April 27th, at 1:00 p.m. in room 135, please arrive a few minutes early.
Scholarships
Filed by AlexV on Saturday, April 22, 2006
1. Jean Lumb Award - for students of Chinese heritage.

2. Kiwanis Club Scholarship - for students going on to any post-secondary institute. The application must be done on-line. For web-site information come to the guidance office.

3. Meridian Credit Union - for students going to any post-secondary institute who demonstrate spirit and leadership in the school and the community. Check the scholarship drawer in guidance.
Summer Archaeological Credit
Filed by AlexV on Saturday, April 22, 2006
Are you interested in archaeology?

The Boyd Archaeological Field School, in conjunction with the York Region District School Board, is offering a summer grade 12 credit during the month of August. This is a residential, hands on experience, working with experience archaeologists. For more info see your guidance counselor.
Euclid Math Contest
Filed by AlexV on Tuesday, April 18, 2006
This is a reminder that those who have signed up to write the Euclid grade 12 math contest will do so tomorrow at 9 a.m.
Grass Cutting Through the Summer
Filed by AlexV on Saturday, April 8, 2006
Storefront Humber Support Services for Seniors and the disabled are looking for students to do grass cutting through the spring and summer. The pay is $7.50 per hour. If you are interested, get an application from the JobBook in Student Services.
Brentwood Library Open Mic Night
Filed by AlexV on Tuesday, April 4, 2006
Open Mic Night
Thursday, April 20, 2006
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Join us for a fantastic evening of performance by local teens.

Showcase your singing, dancing, and poetry talents.

Refreshments will be served. Open Mic Night is organized by the Brentwood Youth Advisory Group (YAG). Call to tryout at Brentwood Library: 416-394-5240

Tryout will take place on April 6 at 4:00 p.m.
High Water Safety Bulletin
Filed by AlexV on Monday, April 3, 2006
We have received the following communication from the Toronto and Region Conservation.

"Please alert any children under your care to these dangers and supervise their activities."

Toronto and Region Conservation advises that the weather system entering our region today will result in enough rain to substantially increase flows in all our rivers and streams.

Heavy rain is forecast beginning last night and higher flows in all rivers and streams will continue through Tuesday. All rivers and streams will run at high levels during this period and should be considered dangerous.

This High Water Safety Bulletin will be in effect through Tuesday, April 4, 2006.

Thanks for attention to this matter.
Scholarship
Filed by AlexV on Saturday, April 1, 2006
The Michael Syron Bursary is for students going on to College or University in the areas of Humanities, Law, or Social Sciences who have financial need. Pick up more information from the scholarship file in student services.
Summatives Schedule
Filed by AlexV on Thursday, March 30, 2006
The 2006 summatives schedule is now online.

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Course Choice Verification
Filed by AlexV on Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Tomorrow, in homeroom, all students returning to ECI next year will be reviewing a verification form to confirm their course choices. You will be checking them and handing them back to your homeform teachers tomorrow. If you have a first period spare, come to the guidance office to get your verification form.
Wednesday Schedule
Filed by Tory on Tuesday, March 28, 2006
8:45 - 12:30: Only the students writing the Literacy Test are to be at school

8:45 - Be at the assigned classroom
8:50 - Test Instructions are read out

9:00 - Begin the Session 1 Booklet

10:30 - BREAK

10:50 - Be back at the classroom
10:55 - Test instructions are read out

11:00 - Begin the Session 2 Booklet

12:30 - LUNCH

1:15 - 3:20: All students are to attend school (Day 4 - afternoon)


1:15 - 2:15: Period 8
2:20 - 3:20: Period 7
Reach for the Top Tournament
Filed by AlexV on Monday, March 27, 2006
The University of Toronto is hosting a senior Reach for the Top tournament on Saturday, April 8, from 9:30 to 3:30. A team consists of 4 or 5 students and 1 teacher. If you are interested, get a team, find a teacher supervisor, and see Ms. Ison for registration information.
Scholarships
Filed by AlexV on Wednesday, March 22, 2006
1. Ontario Hostelry Awards -- for students going to college in any of the following areas: food and beverage, hotel, hospitality, culinary, tourism, event or resort programs.

2. Canadian Sanitation Supply Association Awards -- There are several awards for students going to college or university. It is based on academics and leadership.

Get applications from the scholarship drawer in student services.
Literacy Test
Filed by AlexV on Wednesday, March 22, 2006
Students may come to room 371 before or after school if they need extra help in preparing for the literacy test on Wednesday, March 29th.

An alpha list of all students who are writing the literacy test is posted in the main showcase by the guidance hallway. In addition, all homeroom teachers who have students writing have been given a list on peach coloured papered. Please advise each of your students where they are writing.

Introduction
-You will be asked to complete two booklets. Each booklet contains various reading sections, writing tasks, and questions. You will have 90 minutes to complete each booklet. We will take a short break after Session 1.
-If you are retaking the test, you will need to write the entire test.

Where and When
-The OSSLT will take place on Wednesday, March 29. It will take approximately three hours. This does not include the 15-minute break or the instructions or the questionnaire.

Punctuality and Absenteeism
-Is is very important that you be in your seat by 8:30 a.m. to write the test.
-If you are late, you will be allowed to write the booklet being completed at that time, but you will not have the instructions repeated for you, and you will not be given extra time to make up for the time you have missed. Being late will reduce your chances of passing.

What to Bring
-You may use blue or black ink or pencil for all written answers in the booklet, and pencil for making your multiple-choice answers on the Student Answer Sheet.
-You will not require any other materials. Leave your gym bag, backpack, lunch bag and any electronic devices (CD player, cellphone, pager, etc.) in your locker or at home.
Literacy Week
Filed by AlexV on Monday, March 20, 2006
This is the beginning of literacy week. All grade 10 students will begin intensive preparation for the upcoming literacy test. Students in core grade 10 classes will be working on specific examples to help you successfully complete the test. Any students needing extra help should go to room 371 before or after school this week.

Good luck!
TDSB Summer School Co-op Program
Filed by AlexV on Monday, March 20, 2006
The TDSB is offering a paid summer school co-op program. This is a one credit co-op program from July 4th to July 28th in the areas of woodworking and painting. For an application, come to the guidance office.
Yearbook Accepting Grad Write-Ups and Collages
Filed by AlexV on Thursday, March 9, 2006
All graduating students are invited to submit their personal write-up and picture collage for the yearbook (the Etobian). Please go to Etobian.com for more information. If for some reason you can't log on, talk to Casey or Klaudia from yearbook.

The final date to submit your write-up and collage is Friday, March 24th, 2006. Don't leave it to the last minute!
Grad Survey Back Online
Filed by AlexV on Tuesday, February 28, 2006
The annual yearbook grad survey is now back online. To fill it out, go to Etobian.com. If for some reason you can't log on, talk to Casey or Klaudia from yearbook.

If you have already voted, you must re-vote. There have been many new questions added to the survey to satisfy student's requests.

The final day to vote is Friday, March 3rd, 2006.

Also, keep listening to announcements for info regarding the collages and write-ups or check the yearbook board (black board next to the math office) for any updates.
CUPE Job Action
Filed by AlexV on Monday, February 13, 2006
Important letter to the parents/guardians regarding the CUPE province-wide job action.

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Stay Strong Bracelets
Filed by AlexV on Monday, February 6, 2006
Starting today in the caf we are selling stay strong bracelets. These bracelets are in support of an grade 9 ECI student who is currently at sick kids hospital battling leukemia. The profit made from these bracelets will go to the leukemia research fund at sick kids hospital. The bracelets are $4 each. So come out and support leukemia research at sick kids hospital, and help us stay strong.
New Timetables
Filed by Mr. Wallace on Wednesday, January 25, 2006
New timetables have been distributed by homeroom teachers. Students taking Civics, Careers, or ESL must follow the new timetable starting Monday, January 30 (Day 4). Students who do not have a Period 1 class can pick up their timetables from Mr. Jokhu in the main office. If you did not receive a timetable, you must see Mrs. Piercey in the main office.
Scholarships
Filed by Tory on Monday, January 23, 2006
Huron College at the University of Western Ontario is offering their National Scholarships for students who display outstanding academic achievement (usually with a mid-term average around 90%) and a good record of extra-curricular activities. See information in the Guidance office.

The national Scholarship at the main campus of Western University is due Feb. 14/06
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