Oshawa Public Libraries. Grades 9-12. Tiffany Pahman. 2008 – 4 class visits with 86 students in attendance 2009 – 6 class visits with 172 students in attendance 2010 – 10 class visits with 1613 students in attendance 2011 – 3 class visits so far
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Oshawa Public Libraries
2008 – 4 class visits with 86 students in attendance
2009 – 6 class visits with 172 students in attendance
2010 – 10 class visits with 1613 students in attendance
2011 – 3 class visits so far
800 + students in attendance
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Get Carded @ Eastdale
Goal: Eastdale students will get a Oshawa Public Library card and an introduction to
OPL services and programs!
Jan. 4, 2010: On or before this date OPL will supply application forms to ECVI outlining
OPL card requirements and instructions for an OPL card.
Jan. 4, - Jan. 8, 2010: ECVI students will get the application form in their English class,
fill out and return the application. Applications must include a
parental signature and proof of Oshawa residency.
Jan. 11 - Jan. 14 or 15 or 18, 2010:OPL will process applications and produce OPL cards.
Jan. 14 or 15 or 18, 2010: OPL staff ( Tiffany & Co. ) will visit Eastdale on one of
the proposed dates, distribute cards to legit applicants and present a one
hour presentation on OPL services and programs. Presentation in the ECVI
Library, will occur in each of the day's scheduled 4 periods. English classes
will come to the ECVI Library with their English Teacher in their scheduled
class period. ( 3 or 4 classes = 75 - 90 students per period. )
OPL staff will determine the day of presentation. ( Jan. 14 or 15 or 18, 2010 )
OPL staff can accommodate some late applications on the day of presentation. If necessary, the rest of the cards will be made up after January 14th and then delivered to the school for distribution.
Process will be repeated in early February, 2010 for second semester English classes.
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