Many of you may have small businesses that have experienced a drop in revenue since the Covid pandemic. We understand that small businesses are important to the economic and social fabric of our local communities, and we all play a part in their continued success and ability to service their neighbourhoods and customers during times like these. Please consider supporting the businesses of our RSGC community found in this link. RSGC, Stronger Together!
Working the Front Lines: Ki Jinn Chin, Anesthesiologist, Toronto Western Hospital
RSGC parent Ki Jinn Chin, father of Xander ’22, has what is considered one of the most dangerous jobs of the COVID-19 pandemic. As an anesthesiologist, his current role at Toronto Western Hospital is performing intubations on COVID patients. According to Jinn, it’s a procedure that requires skill to perform safely, but the stakes are much higher now with COVID – both for the patient and the anesthesiologist.
Working the Front Lines: Mason DiPierdomenico, Grade 11, Grocery Store Worker
Grade 11 student Mason DiPierdomenico has been an employee at a west end Foodland for almost two years, along with his brother David, Grade 12. Mason works as a cashier and does file maintenance, making sure that items scan at the right price, while his brother stocks shelves. For Mason, the job has become a huge part of his daily life, working about 25 hours per week.
Royal St. George's College is an independent school for boys located in The Annex neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The school admits boys from Grades 3 through 12. Our mission is to challenge and inspire each of our students to become the best version of himself.