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Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Poster created by TCS COVID-19 Signage Group

A fundraising drive hosted by Trinity Students for Social Justice (TSSJ) to support COVID-19 pandemic relief efforts in India has surpassed its goal, raising more than $5,800. In partnership with the charity Canadians Sharing Locally and Globally, TSSJ was seeking to collect $5,300 in donations to purchase a high flow ventilator for the Sri Narayani Hospital and Research Center.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

In March, the world acknowledged the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, founder of the Duke of Edinburgh’s (DOE) Awards program. Created in 1956 and brought to Canada in 1963, the awards program emphasizes youth involvement in areas of service, physical activity, skill development and adventurous journeys. The focus is on the setting and achievement of personal goals, with...

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Thursday, May 20, 2021

The TCS Parents’ Guild hosted a Zoom “Coffee and Classics” morning social on Tuesday, May 18th.  Several parents joined and chatted about their favourite and current books they were reading.

It was a fabulous chance to meet up, connect and compile a summer reading list.

Here is a list of book suggestions from the meeting attendees:

  • Book of Negroes by...
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Thursday, May 20, 2021

This year, for the first time, awards for Senior School co-curricular programs in the arts, athletics, service learning and sustainability were presented in a joint ceremony, streamed virtually on Wednesday, May 19th. The awards were a reminder that, even during this unprecedented year which saw some or all students learning online at times, our students and co-curricular leaders showed...

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Wednesday, May 19, 2021

As Trinity College School students and staff prepared for a much-needed Victoria Day long weekend, the welcome announcement of 2020-2021 house leaders was presented by housemasters the morning of Wednesday, May 19th.

The announcement included the incoming heads and assistant heads, as well as peer mentors, for each of the 10 Senior School houses.

Heads and assistant heads work...

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Wednesday, May 19, 2021

As part of Asian Heritage Month initiatives at Trinity College School, the Cultural Awareness Group (CAG) welcomed guest speaker Thanh Vu ’08, an alumnus and ultramarathon runner from Vietnam, on Wednesday May 19th.

Ms. Vu provided an inspiring talk about her experiences as a runner, beginning with her time on the TCS harriers squad, where she was one of the slowest runners on the team...

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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Trinity College School’s Grade 10 Public Speaking Contest was held online on Thursday, May 13th. Speeches focused on Canadians who have made a significant contribution to their field and/or the world around them. Every Grade 10 student researched, prepared and delivered a speech for their English class. The top student from each class then participated in the finals, which were broadcast...

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Monday, May 17, 2021

A trio of Trinity College School students was recognized for contributions to the local community and beyond during the Municipality of Port Hope’s annual Civic Awards ceremony on Thursday, May 13th. Each year, the Clinton Sayers ’80 Service Learning Office at TCS nominates students for Civic Awards, and this year the names of graduating students Loretta Hu, Nolan Finn and Michael Yip were put...

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Thursday, May 13, 2021

Trinity College School showcased the talents of its Senior School visual and performing artists through a week-long online extravaganza, May 10th to 14th. This year’s virtual Arts Week presentation featured our co-curricular theatre, dance and music groups, works by our visual arts students, and even included the return of the TCS Film Festival!

Each day of the week, different artistic...

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Wednesday, May 12, 2021

As part of Trinity College School’s ongoing commitment to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all, the faculty professional development day on Wednesday, May 12th included an engaging session created by the Senior School’s Gender & Sexuality Alliance.

A dedicated group of students contributed to the information session under the guidance of GSA faculty advisors Ms....

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