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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

On Saturday, January 20th, 54 TCS students and faculty gathered in the School library from noon until midnight, for a readthon which raised more than $2,800 in pledges to benefit the Hlanganani School, an elementary school in Kwazulu Natal, South Africa.

All of the money raised will be used to purchase school supplies, library materials and resources for the computer and science...

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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

On January 18, 2007, TCS hosted a young alumni gathering at Robinson Hall in London, Ontario. It was the second such occasion and it proved to be a great opportunity for current University of Western Ontario students to reconnect with fellow TCS grads also attending the university.

Dean of Faculty & Curriculum Paul Elsley hosted the event on behalf of the School in which 22 alumni...

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Monday, January 22, 2007

At the annual Bermuda Branch Reception last week, Headmaster Stuart Grainger and Executive Director of Advancement Tracey Rutledge formally announced the launch of the Bermuda Scholarship fund.

Approximately 35 alumni, current and past parents attended the event at the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club on Thursday, January 18th, to meet the headmaster and his wife, Mrs. Monica Grainger....

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Monday, January 22, 2007

Language and Culture students learned about the importance of bilingualism in the professional world thanks to guest speaker Prem Rawal from the Canadian Armed Forces. Speaking to students in period three and four classes on Friday, January 19, Mr. Rawal also addressed justice issues, specifically Canadian military justice and the law of armed conflict.

Mr. Rawal is a soldier who also...

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Thursday, January 18, 2007

On Thursday, January 18th, Dr. Gillian MacKay, associate professor of music at the University of Toronto, conducted a workshop for the TCS Wind Ensemble. Noted as one of Canada's finest band conductors, Dr. MacKay has one of the very best university wind ensembles in the country and is a much sought after clinician.

Dr. McKay has an active career as an adjudicator and clinician...

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Tuesday, January 16, 2007

On Tuesday, January 16th in the LeVan Hall Theatre, Canadian journalist, columnist and non-fiction author, Linda McQuaig spoke to Senior School students as part of the Mac Campbell Chair in Economics Speakers Series. The series which is completely funded by TCS supporters, provides TCS students an incredible learning opportunity by featuring an exceptional line-up of guest speakers.

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Sunday, January 14, 2007

The TCS Parents' Guild is delighted to announce our plan to produce the School's very own cookbook. We need your help to make this initiative a reality! To participate in this delicious endeavour, submit your favourite recipe by January 22, 2007.

The printed cookbooks will contain recipes from parents, alumni, students, employees, and even some highly-guarded submissions...

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Thursday, January 11, 2007

As advertised in last summer's Guidance Gazette, you are cordially invited to an information session hosted by the Guidance Department to familiarize yourselves with the course selection process for Year 3. The session will take place Thursday January 25th at 7:00 p.m. in LeVan Hall Room 804.

 

The purpose of the evening is to increase awareness of the...

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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

On Monday, January 8th, award-winning author and seminar leader Carol Koechlin engaged TCS faculty in a group discussion on the topic of ""how to empower students to ask questions and care about answers."" The discussion was part of a professional development exercise the day prior to students returning from Christmas break.

Introduced by Librarian Shelagh Straughan, who has been...

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Monday, January 01, 2007

Alumni from the classes of 2002 to 2006 gathered at Scalleywags Restaurant in Toronto to catch up with each other and raise a glass of Christmas cheer.

We wish our young alumni the best of luck in the new year and look forward to seeing them again at our university branch receptions.

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