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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Happy Earth Day 2020! This 50th anniversary of Earth Day looked a little different than our usual version in that many of us were doing MOGO (more good) at a distance and sharing through social media. Trinity College School became involved in Earth Day celebrations right from 1970 with the late Jack Goering ’43 (former master), Pat Lawson (daughter of Headmaster Philip Ketchum ’16 and wife of...

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Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Hygiene Kits for Underserved Communities

In recent weeks, we have heard many stories of members of the Trinity College School community finding ways to give back during this time of global uncertainty. Not only are TCS parents, alumni and friends serving on the frontlines in fields such as health care, emergency and social services, but our staff and students are also doing their part to make the world a better place.

As part...

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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

As teaching and learning continue to progress at Trinity College School through the TCS Connect e-community program, Senior School parents received some practical advice on supporting their children’s academic endeavours during an online parent session on Monday, April 20th.

Hosted by staff of the Price Academic Support Centre at TCS – Ally O’Grady and Rachel Pearson – the session...

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Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Our admissions team has been hard at work – remotely – in recent weeks, ensuring that the TCS journey continues for prospective and newly-enrolled families! Most recently, a new virtual admissions office is now up and running at www.tcs.on.ca/virtual.

The site features...

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Thursday, April 16, 2020

As a community, Trinity College School is trying to do its small part to support local efforts to stem the spread of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Recently, a donation of gloves as made by the School to Cobourg’s emergency response team, with Mayor John Henderson receiving the donation on behalf of the town.

As well, the School is putting its 3D printer to good use, making face...

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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

On Friday, April 3rd, a large group of Junior and Senior School parents participated in a forum with TCS faculty members that shared ideas on how to support the academic and social-emotional needs of students during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Speaking with parents were Ms. Allyson O’Grady (director of academic support), Ms. Krista Koekoek (director of guidance), Ms. Kerri Dunn (guidance...

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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

The College Board has announced the cancellation of the May 2nd SAT testing that was to have taken place at TCS and other test centres. Families who had already registered for this date will receive refunds from the College Board. The June 6th SAT testing (not held at TCS) has not yet been cancelled, but this decision will be made closer to the test date.

The College Board plans to...

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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Following up on last week’s notice regarding the College Board’s revisions to the format and schedule for Advanced Placement tests this spring, the new information has now been posted online at https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students. AP exams will consist of 45-minute at-home tests to be...

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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Under the mantle of the TCS Connect online program, the School is excited to launch new co-curricular and student life options for Senior School students. On Tuesday, April 7th, in conjunction with the start of the revised schedule, students got their first taste of the program, which includes activities such as house events, social media challenges, programming in the arts, service learning...

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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

It feels more than a little strange being away from the Trinity College School campus and the familiar energy that fills the hallways and classrooms of the mathematics department on a daily basis. Still, while the physical space is empty, teachers and students remain fully engaged with the learning process as we all adapt to teaching and learning at home. As I reflect on the early days of the...

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