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Wednesday, October 31, 2007


By Dr. Michael Dubroy

The latest adventure for debating and public speaking at TCS was the International Independent Schools Public Speaking Competition, held this year in Caversham, England during the week of October 22nd. TCS students Andrew MacIsaac '09, Cailin Kearns '08 and Zeeshan Rayees '09 were among the 140 participants from 35 schools and eight countries.

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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Trinity College School Chair of the Governing Body Colin Brown '75 and Headmaster Stuart Grainger are pleased to announce plans to enhance the TCS Junior School's academic and co-curricular programme with the introduction of an additional Grade 6 class, and to develop plans for a new visual arts building that will be recognized for its innovation and leadership in designing environmentally...

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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Headmaster Stuart Grainger and Branch President Derek Smith '72 welcomed guests to the annual receptions for Trinity College School family members in New York City on Wednesday October 24th, and Boston on Friday, October 26th.

The events brought together alumni and parents, both past and present, who took the opportunity to renew old friendships and create new ones. Headmaster Grainger...

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Monday, October 29, 2007

Purchase your Writers & Friends ticket before October 31st and your name will be entered in a "lucky 13 draw" for a valuable package of books worth over $ 300.00. Early bird ticket purchasers will also receive a bonus complimentary glass of wine, reserve table seating at the event, and advance information by email on Silent Auction and Live Art Auction highlights.

On Sunday, November...

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Monday, October 29, 2007

On Saturday, October 27th, the Littleside girls' field hockey team finished an impressive season of play by capturing gold at the CISAA Championships held here at Trinity College School.

Meeting Lakefield College in the final game, Year 2 student Tabitha Norgan scored three goals, while Foundation Year student Rhian Foley contributed two goals, and FY team mate Melissa Topper added...

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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Every academic school year, Foundation Year students participate in a series of mandatory seminars designed to improve study habits and learning skills in order to enhance academic achievement.

The series of seminars, which includes topics such as using the TCS Planner, time management, memory techniques, Cornell note-taking and stress management, also features sessions to help...

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Thursday, October 25, 2007


By Mrs. Shelagh Straughan, librarian

 

Trinity College School is full of Harry Potter fans and on Tuesday, October 23rd, three lucky ones got the chance to attend J.K. Rowling Comes to Canada. This event, Rowling's only Canadian appearance on her current world tour, was held at the Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto under the auspices of the International...

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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

The Trinity College School Junior girls harriers team didn't let the rainy weather slow them down as they captured a first place at the CISAA Senior School Cross Country Championships held Tuesday, October 23rd here at TCS. Liane Ouellet-Gaston '10 crossed the finish line in first place in the 4km race with a time of 15:19.15, followed by an impressive second place finish from Rebecca Ro '09...

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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Still coming off their recent Trinity Invitational tournament win on October 13th, the Bigside girls basketball team has followed up with a commendable second place finish during this past weekend's Olympia Tournament in Huntsville, Ontario.

 

Capturing the Trinity Invitational championship win for the first time in 10 years, the team met Courtice, Ontario's Holy Trinity CSS for...

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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Year 4 student Jenna Dickson has made a plea for the protection of bowhead whales after her summer expedition to the Canadian Arctic. Jenna, who was accompanied by Junior School faculty member Alison Elliott on her trip north, has spearheaded a petition to the Canadian government to designate Isabella Bay a "marine protected area."

 

Jenna and Ms. Elliott travelled to the Arctic...

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