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Thursday, March 29, 2007

Arriving back from March break, Junior and Senior School students joined together for a "welcome back" chapel service on Tuesday, March 27th. As part of the service, School Chaplain Don Aitchison spoke about the Annunciation, the Christian celebration of Archangel Gabriel telling Mary that she has been chosen to be the mother of Jesus.

Father Aitchison used the Biblical story to remind...

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Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Round 4 of House Debates took place prior to the March break, with students debating the resolution "This house believes in magic."

After four rounds of debate, Hodgetts and Wright are the two top junior houses. They will join Scott and the winner of a tie-breaker between Bethune and Rigby in the semi-finals, scheduled for Tuesday, April 17th.

At the senior level, Bethune and...

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Thursday, March 08, 2007

Since announcing the creation of the Trinity College School Foundation in January, the School has begun the process of applying to have the trusteeship of the endowment fund transferred to the foundation. This means that in the near future the responsibility for managing the School's endowed funds and reporting to donors will fall to the TCS Foundation.

The School's advancement office...

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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Students in Grades 5 and 6 of the TCS Junior School celebrated the launch of their own books with a special party on March 8th. The first-time authors have worked for weeks under the guidance of local writer Ted Staunton and were proud to show off their accomplishments to parents, teachers and classmates at an event held in the Boulden House library.

 

Mr. Staunton helped the...

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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Before departing for a well-earned March Break on Thursday, March 8th, TCS faculty members participated in a series of technology information and training sessions geared towards the use of technology in the classroom and beyond. The series of four sessions explored the latest trends in wikis, as well as instructional sessions on Microsoft Movie Maker and the Smartboard interactive whiteboard...

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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

The TCS Improv Team finished in a third place tie in the eastern division of the Toronto regional semi-finals for the Canada Improv Games, staged at the Ontario Science Centre from March 5th-7th. The TCS players finished first among the group of five schools who performed the evening of Tuesday, March 6th, but had to wait it out to see if their overall placement would be high enough to earn...

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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Year 2 student Arin Theravithayangkura has set a provincial record at the OFSAA (Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations) swim meet for his performance in the junior boys' 100-metre freestyle event. Arin finished with a record time of 57.74 seconds, breaking the previous record of 57.82 set two years ago by Windsor's Hailong Wang. It was one of two gold medals Arin brought home from...

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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

The evenings of March 2nd and 3rd, the TCS Dance Troupe performed its annual show in LeVan Hall Theatre to very receptive audiences. Attendees at Saturday night's show were also treated to a guest performance by the TCS Dance Club. This year's programme, entitled Move It, marked the first time the troupe members performed back to back shows showcasing their impressive talents in...

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Thursday, March 01, 2007

For the second year running, TCS hosted the annual Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board Jazz Festival. Alongside the Trinity Junior Jazz Band and Jazz@4, the School's senior jazz band, the festival included ensembles from Clarington Central School, CDCI West, East Northumberland Secondary School, Campbellford District High School and Crestwood. The Kawartha Pine Ridge District...

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Thursday, March 01, 2007

Trinity College School senior students saw history come to life when the story of the Roman soldier was played out on the stage of LeVan Hall Theatre on Wednesday, February 28th. The "valiant and victorious" 20th Legion came to "recruit" soldiers and teach students authentic skills and disciplines used by Roman soldiers in the first century A.D.

The performance, arranged by Head of...

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