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Friday, March 19, 2021

Two of Trinity College School’s clubs – Trinity Students for Social Justice (TSSJ) and the Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) – collectively organized the making of personal pronoun buttons for students and staff recently. This student-led initiative was conceived as a means of standing up for others and helping our school community become more inclusive.

The buttons are a way to...

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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Friends, relatives, parents and even colleagues have had many questions about how one goes about teaching health and physical education (HPE) during a pandemic. For instance: How do you teach an active class to students around the world when they are online? How do you manage having some students in the classroom and some online while still teaching the curriculum (aka, bridging)? How do you...

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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Since 1984, Senior School students at Trinity College School have explored and enhanced their skills in the medium of debate through the annual House Debates program. This year, the 38th edition of House Debates, was special in that new formats were introduced in response to COVID-19 restrictions, allowing for greater audience participation and facilitating a mix of in-person and online...

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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

This year’s Polar Bear Day at Trinity College School was held on Thursday, March 11th, in conjunction with March Madness, four weeks of fun initiatives around the School. Hosted by Trinity Environmental Action Club, the day has become a chance to share messages about climate change and the small acts each of us can do to step up for the environment. The goal is to give all of the inhabitants...

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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

The Senior School’s Digital Composition Arts co-curricular group at Trinity College School was led by Grade 11 student Brennon O’Grady during the winter term, from November 2020 to March 2021. The results of their collective efforts were inspiring!

The group focused on using both SoundTrap and Ableton Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs). Everyone in the group had some experience working...

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Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Students from the Trinity College School DECA Chapter competed at DECA Ontario’s Provincial Competition in mid-February, with this year’s competition being the first ever held completely online. Members rose to the challenge and altered their training to meet the needs of a virtual competition.

The mission of DECA is to instill professionalism and prepare youth to respond to authentic...

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Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Since the beginning of the month, Trinity College School staff and students have been putting their all into organizing a wealth of events and initiatives to keep community spirit high!

March Madness began with events that will run throughout the month, including the weekly fitness challenges, a clothing drive and “March Book Madness,” which pits favourite children’s picture books...

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Thursday, March 04, 2021

The TCS Parents’ Guild and a fun group of parents enjoyed a creative evening, participating in an online Spring Flower Arranging Workshop hosted via Zoom on Friday, February 26th.

Within the span of an hour, participants learned how to put together a beautiful spring flower arrangement and also received many other tidbits of information about flower décor from Blake Holton and the team...

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Thursday, March 04, 2021

Black History Month at Trinity College School was a huge success this year. In the Senior School, we started the month off by having the School tune in to the national bestselling author of They Said This Would Be Fun, Eternity Martis. She discussed what it is like today on Canadian university campuses for BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Colour) students and how the power of...

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Thursday, March 04, 2021

Trinity College School’s Grade 11 Public Speaking Contest was held online on Thursday, February 25th and Friday, February 26th. The 10 competitors, comprised of the top student from each in-person and TCS Connect class, spoke on a non-Canadian figure who has made a significant impact on the world.

This contest was initiated by the late Sir Edwin Leather ’37 to encourage students in the...

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