Some really good advice here for your next presentation:
Follow all things Olympic at www.olympic.ca
The library is open for quiet study from 8:30 – 1:00 during exams.
If you’re in grade 11 or 12, check out the Merit Awards website.
OK, I wish I could say you could do that in the library, but we don’t really have the set-up (yet…). This is actually a heads up about a really cool place around the corner from us on Danforth, the Toronto Tool Library, where you can take courses in robot-building. They have a deal right now, buy one get one 50% off: http://torontotoollibrary.com/youthprogramming/
Come by the library to grab some of our new books or get help with research for those culminating activities!
Sign up to perform, bake cookies to contribute, or just plan to come on down to the library on December 17th at lunch to enjoy an MPC holiday tradition: live music and great treats at our annual coffeehouse! Admission is $2 and all proceeds go to the Library Teaching Garden.
Download the program from http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ — their manuals are very helpful; have the tutorials open along with the program and you will learn it quickly. Have fun!