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Sunday, November 04, 2007

On Monday, October 29th, TCS Headmaster Stuart Grainger, the TCS Parents' Association and the TCS Parents' Guild welcomed guests in Toronto to the first of three parents' social gatherings to be held this fall.

Headmaster Grainger took the opportunity to reinforce how important it is for TCS to continue building and maintaining parent relationships. He had the chance to update members of...

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Sunday, November 04, 2007

A Taste of TCS, the cookbook produced by the TCS Parents' Guild and containing recipes from members of the School community, is available for sale at the Bear Boutique or by emailing guild@tcs.on.ca. The boutique is located on campus in the lower level of the W.A. Johnson Block (across from the School store) and is open daily at lunchtime and after classes. The cookbook costs $...

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Sunday, November 04, 2007

Trinity College School Director of Admissions Kathryn LaBranche and current parents Zain and Reshma Khan welcomed current, past and prospective TCS families to a special reception at the Khan family home in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia recently.

Mrs. LaBranche spent one week in Saudi Arabia meeting with prospective families and the evening of Sunday, October 21st, welcomed guests to the Khan...

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Saturday, November 03, 2007

 

By Coaches Heather McClure and Stefan Wilson

The Under-14 girls basketball team completed a very successful season on Saturday, October 27th, competing in the CISAA Championship tournament at The York School in Toronto. Playing Villanova in the semi-finals, the girls encountered a level of competition that they had not seen all season long. This incredibly hard-...

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Friday, November 02, 2007

By Shelagh Straughan, Librarian

Twenty-five little ghosts and goblins gathered in the Trinity College School Library on Monday, October 29th for the Third Annual TCS Kids Halloween Party.

Our dedicated library stewards plan and host this party for children of TCS staff and faculty. I was delighted to read a selection of holiday stories: the kids (big and small) make...

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Friday, November 02, 2007

Trinity Students for Social Justice (TSSJ) made an incredible contribution to the Fare Share food bank in nearby Cobourg when they went door to door trick-or-treating for canned goods and non-perishable food items on Halloween night.

The 37 group members went door to door throughout Port Hope on Wednesday, October 31st to participate in the Halloween for Hunger food drive. As a first...

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Thursday, November 01, 2007

By Coaches Steve Schmidlin, Alison Elliott, Michelle Cameron and Katie Snowden

The Junior School School harriers team travelled to the Heart Lake Conservation Area on Wednesday, October 24th for the CISAA Championships. It was a glorious day for racing, as the sun warmed the runners and kept us dry. We began the day with high hopes for some stellar individual and team results....

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Thursday, November 01, 2007

The sale of poinsettias has become an annual fundraiser, as a joint effort between the Pat Moss Society and the TCS Parents' Guild. As in past years, the poinsettias that you purchase will be used to decorate the Memorial Chapel up until the School's second Carol Service on Sunday, December 14th. The plants can then be claimed after the service or donated to the guild to be delivered to local...

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Thursday, November 01, 2007

As November break weekend quickly approaches, boarding students who are not travelling home for the holiday now have several options to consider before the break arrives.

A "homestay" option is available which includes complete parental supervision, three meals per day with snacks and participation in numerous family activities. Students will be picked up and dropped off at TCS meeting...

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Wednesday, October 31, 2007


Click here to view even more photos of Halloween at TCS!

Ghosts, goblins and a host of other nefarious creatures descended on Trinity College School Wednesday, October 31st, as students, faculty and staff celebrated Halloween.

The day began for Senior...

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