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Sooke School District


The Sooke School District is a proud supporter of the Canadian World Education Society and commends this small organization for their efforts at home as well as abroad. School district #62 has recently made CanWES a charitable option for all of its employees. This means that any employee of the Sooke School district can simply download the appropriate form and send it to the district office to donate directly from their paychecks. The CanWES commitment to the Sooke School district is to donate fifteen percent of the total income from employees directly back to students of the district in the form of scholarships and bursaries. All staff that interested in donating can do so at two different times during the school year.

Click below to download the appropriate forms


to begin donating in February 2013:

Principal’s / Vice Principal’s

Teachers

CUPE Members

Exempt Members


to begin donating in September 2013:

Principal’s / Vice Principal’s

Teachers

CUPE Members


What the School Needs

COMPUTERS

After the construction of a new learning facility in Sanitar, the Everest English School is also in need of computers. In this every increasing age of technology, it is essential that the students of EES do not get left behind. While they currently study computers at school by reading textbooks, they need the opportunity to practice the skills that they are beginning to learn about. They are excited about the opportunity to be connected to the rest of the world through technology, and need your help to allow this dream to come true.

If you, or anyone you know, is interested in helping to sponsor the cost of making computers accessible to the students of the Everest English School, please contact Troy Harris at troy@canwes.org or call 250-661-3226.

Thank you for your support

On behalf of the Canadian World Education Society we would like to thank you for your donation and support during the first three years of our organization’s existence. We are currently updating our website to include many photos of the children attending the Everest English School and the surrounding community that you have chosen to generously contribute toward. Currently, the Everest English School employs 12 staff members and 175 students are receiving a quality education. We are proud of our accomplishments to date, and continue to creatively explore new ways to generate funds, and allow our school to be successful.