people graduating

Dear Parents, We want to thank you once again for helping to make this a successful year at Trinity. A special thank you goes out to all those that joined us for the Clap Out and Graduation activities to make those memorable. As we look ahead to next year, we recognize that there is still…

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numbers 6:24-26

Dear Parents, What a year it’s been! As we look back on this school year, undoubtedly COVID-19 will loom large in our minds, as it has presented unique challenges and has impacted the way our year comes to a close. That being said, I hope that it is not the only thing we remember about…

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tcs

Dear Parents, Yesterday I was reminded that this marked the halfway point of when the closure of schools announcement came down from the Ontario government and when we will be able to reopen our school building on September 8, the first day of the 2020-2021 school year. These last months have certainly been unparalleled and…

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Romans 12:21

Dear Parents, I had initially thought of keeping the themes for our June Newsletter a little bit lighter; however, given some of the recent developments in our World with the public death of George Floyd at the hands of police and the ensuing protests and riots, I feel it is important to share some thoughts…

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misty treetop landscape

Dear Parents, Earlier this week, I had the privilege to take part in a webinar on, Uncertainty, hosted by Edvance with special guest Dr. Curt Thompson. As a leading Christan psychiatrist with expertise in interpersonal neurobiology, Curt offered us a unique perspective on how we are dealing with COVID-19 both mentally and spiritually. While they…

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road landscape

Dear Parents, A few weeks ago, we discussed the concept of resilience, as our students continue to press through to the end of the school year. As we now know, the end of this school year will look very different, and it may be more difficult in many ways to obtain closure. It may also…

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"anxiety" in scrabble tiles

Dear Parents, One topic that is often overlooked, but certainly coming to the forefront with the extended social isolation and pandemic, is that of Mental Health. In particular, anxiety seems to creep up, especially in the midst of uncertainty and an ever-changing landscape that appears to be shifting daily. Having dealt with anxiety off and…

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three hydrangeas in a vase

Dear Parents, This is a special time of year, as we recognize Mothers’ special dedication, and the impact they make on our lives each day. (For those fathers and students who may need a reminder, it is THIS Sunday). In these challenging times, it should be apparent more than ever that Mothers go above and…

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clock on a white wall

Dear Parents, It seems almost surreal that we are at the end of April and that we have been doing Emergency Remote Learning for over 6 weeks. In some ways, it feels more like 6 months than 6 weeks, in that we long for normalcy and the daily connections that we have at school. In…

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white puzzle with one missing piece

Dear Parents, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what makes Trinity a special place, and what sets us apart. Where I continually land is our sense of connection as a community, and our care for each other. While self-isolation and home learning have made connections more challenging, they are certainly more needed than ever.…

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