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Community News Students celebrate with fun and games

Students celebrate with fun and games

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Tuesday, 20 September 2011

altWith almost two weeks of the school year under their belts, Trinity College School students had the chance to celebrate with outdoor games, treats and dancing on Saturday, September 17th.

The day began with the annual All Students Fun & Games, or “Rucus,” where housemates joined forces to stage a series of events including the giant waterslide and balloon toss. Students and staff did a fantastic job of making last-minute arrangements to compensate for Saturday’s cool weather! Then, new students lined up outside the Centennial Gates to await their chance to rush back onto campus and jump into the mud pit. The dash to the pit has become a highlight among the annual traditions at TCS and this year was no exception. Students were thrilled to throw themselves into the mud, along with friends both new and old.

Following a much-needed chance to wash up and a barbeque dinner, students headed into the Welcome Back Dance. It was a long but very enjoyable day of spirit building for the students and thanks go to the student leaders and staff who helped to organize and oversee all of the events.

Click here for more photos from All Students Fun & Games!

Click on the links below to view videos from All Students Fun & Games (courtesy Mr. Chris Robert):


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