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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

TCS continued the long standing annual tradition on January 31st, 2007, hosting a gathering in Kingston, Ontario for alumni, parents and former faculty and staff. The attendees, many of them students of Queen's University, gathered at the Grizzly Grill where they were provided an update on the School from Headmaster Stuart Grainger and were then given the opportunity to reconnect with old...

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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Over 80 TCS Junior School students participated in a dodgeball tournament in the lower gym to benefit the charity Sleeping Children Around the World (SCAW). The event, held on January 31st, was part of the Grade 8 leadership programme.

Students Cameron Pollard, Jennifer D'Alimonte, Khalid Yassein, Makala Chapman, Vikram Singh, Robert Wojtas and Samantha Clark organized the tournament,...

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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

The Trinity Students for Social Justice (TSSJ) hosted a special chapel to raise awareness of the global issue of human trafficking the morning of Thursday, February 1.

TSSJ was organized as a forum for students to address social issues, and the topic of human trafficking is a global problem that strikes close to home, students noted during the service. Students presented examples of how...

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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Tickets and schedule information are available for the TCS winter production of the musical comedy Nunsense. The production will run from Thursday, February 22nd to Saturday, February 24th in LeVan Hall Theatre. All performances begin at 8:00 p.m.

Written by Dan Goggon, Nunsense is one of off-Broadway's biggest commercial successes, with the original production running...

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Monday, January 29, 2007

Year 2 students hit the road for a day trip on Thursday, January 25th, heading to Peterborough to visit the Canadian Canoe Museum and the Traveling World Community Film Festival.

At the Canadian Canoe Museum, the students learned about soap stone carving and its relevance in various cultures. Students were given the opportunity to carve their own pieces which they could bring home with...

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Sunday, January 28, 2007

With Trinity College School alumni living in locations all over the world, the headmaster and members of the School's advancement office make it a point of frequently travelling to cities that have large contingencies of TCS Old Boys and Old Girls.

Two weeks ago, Headmaster Stuart Grainger and Executive Director of Advancement Tracey Rutledge found themselves in Bermuda on such a trip....

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Sunday, January 28, 2007

The host Bigside girls hockey team defeated the Syracuse Stars to win the 4th Annual Brian Proctor International Invitational Hockey Tournament this past weekend, marking the first time the championship has been won by TCS.

Mr. Proctor, the School's former admissions director, continues to be a tremendous supporter of the TCS hockey programme and was on hand for the tournament named in...

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Thursday, January 25, 2007

A special chapel service was held Friday, January 26th, to formally thank students who have taken on stewardship positions this year and to present each with a "steward's tie" to on behalf of the School. The service and tie presentation are a fitting recognition of this important service arm of the School's mission, says Peter Kedwell, co-ordinator of the stewardship programme.

This year...

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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Next Friday, February 2nd, the TCS Wind Ensemble will play a feature concert in LeVan Hall Theatre, beginning at 7:30 p.m. This will mark the second time the School has offered a free concert performance featuring one of the senior music ensembles, and everyone is welcome to attend.

The concert will be just under an hour in length and will include traditional and modern music for wind...

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Thursday, January 25, 2007

The newly-created Trinity College School Foundation was officially launched this week with the election of directors to the foundation's board. At the inaugural meeting on Tuesday, January 23 in Toronto, the new directors also elected Michael Davies '55 as chair of the foundation board, and Timothy Powell '62 as vice-chair.

The TCS Governing Body and the School had been contemplating the...

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