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Thursday, December 07, 2006

On Thursday, December 16th, Grade 5 and 6 students from the Junior School held their 3rd annual bake sale in support of World Vision, this year raising $800. In less than 30 minutes students sold all of the donated baked goods, as well as Tim Horton's hot chocolate generously donated by the Meeussen family.

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization... Read More

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

On Thursday, November 30th TCS history students transformed the Davies Centre into a "speakeasy," reliving what is commonly known as the roaring 20's. All the members of the Year 2 class came dressed in character. Flappers, gangsters, inventors, artists, sports figures and politicians of the time were represented in the extremely creative costumes that the students donned. Student created... Read More

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Click this icon to see photos from the Oxford cup

On Saturday, November 18th, Trinity College School students, parents, alumni and staff gathered on campus in Port Hope to participate in this year's 110th annual Oxford Cup.

The 5 km race,... Read More

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

On Monday, November 27th, Trinity College School students visited the Canadian Canoe Museum located in Peterborough, Ontario. Year 2 and Year 3 Outdoor Education students made the trek alongside faculty members Jen Powles and Tim Hay, and associate faculty member Nick Babiuk. The students, who are scheduled to begin making their own paddles next week, were further inspired by building a... Read More

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

The Trinity College School Music Department will perform its annual Christmas Charity Concert on Friday, December 8th, 2006 in LeVan Hall Theatre. The concert will feature many of the School's performing groups, including Trinity Winds, Trinity Strings, Trinity Vocal Jazz, Jazz @ 4 and Foundation Year/Year 2 Junior Jazz.

General admission tickets cost $5.00 each, with all proceeds going... Read More

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

On November 21, 2006 TCS parents and alumni received an email inviting them to participate in an online survey developed to collect feedback on all areas of TCS. As you may know, Trinity College School is engaging in a process to develop a long-range strategic plan. To ensure we have a comprehensive knowledge base from which to formulate the School's future direction, we are gathering input... Read More

Monday, November 27, 2006

Quebecois magician Marc Tardif visited TCS yesterday to put on a performance in LeVan Hall Theatre for French language students in grades 7 -12.

His completely bilingual performance was well received with an overwhelming amount of students wishing to be participants in the magical experience. TCS faculty member Heather Maxted was picked from the audience and Mr. Tardif proceeded to read... Read More

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Trinity College School students, faculty and staff have once more raised close to $18,000 for the annual Terry Fox Run in support of cancer research.

Contributing to the grand total, the Junior School alone raised over $6,000. Bickle House was awarded a ""Timbit"" party recognizing the most individual participation from a house, and a pizza party was awarded to Rigby House for the most... Read More

Wednesday, November 22, 2006
"Watch actors receive A Few Good Haircuts

A limited number of tickets are still available for the TCS fall production of A Few Good Men as actors and stage crew prepare for the Thursday night performance at LeVan Hall Theatre. The production runs through to Friday, November 25th. Thursday's performance begins at 7:30 p.m. concluding with... Read More

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

On Friday, November 17th, TCS faculty members participated in a series of technology information and training sessions geared towards the uses of technology in the classroom and beyond. The series of six sessions explored the latest trends of wikis, blogs and podcasting, as well as instructional sessions on Microsoft Movie Maker and the Smartboard interactive whiteboard.

Big Wacko... Read More

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