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Another great week for Falcon Sports!

 

Congratulations to our Senior Girls Volleyball, Junior Boys Basketball and Senior Boys Basketball teams for capturing their respective AA SD& G Championships. All three teams now move on to the EOSSAA championships the week of February 20th. Good Luck Teams!

 

 

 


HT Video wins first place:

Amazing news! HT’s “Stewards of Creation” video has won first place in the secondary category in the Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association short video contest. Congratulations to all members of the Falcon Family who shared their time and talents in creating this meaningful video. Please visit https://www.facebook.com/htfalcons/ to see the video.


Important Open House Schedule Change

Our Open House for new grade 7 & 9 students and their parents, originally scheduled for Thursday January 18, has been rescheduled to Thursday, February 1 from 6 to 8 p.m.


A Great Week for HT Sports!

Congratulations to the Junior Girls Basketball,  Junior Boys Volleyball, and Senior Boys Volleyball teams  for winning their respective  SD&G AA Championships this week (November 7 & 9). The Junior Girls beat our cross town rivals St. Joseph’s Panthers 61-32 in the AA Final.   The Junior Boys beat St. Joseph’s in 3 straight sets and the Senior Boys beat the Panthers 3-1 to complete a sweep of the volleyball titles.  For championship team pictures please visit the Athletics Page and the 2017-2018 Championships link. Well done Falcons!

The Junior Girls team is pictured below after ringing our Victory Bell.


Join Us to Strengthen Catholic Education in Ontario

Catholic schools have been part of Ontario communities for over 170 years and play a vital role in the province by producing graduates who are collaborative contributors to the common good of society.

The Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association (OCSTA) provides the provincial voice for elected Catholic school trustees to promote and protect publicly funded Catholic education. The OCSTA has launched a new campaign, called Together in Faith, to strengthen support for Catholic education in Ontario.

Parents are invited to sign up and join in strengthening our community of support for Catholic education in Ontario by visiting www.togetherinfaith.ca. When you sign up, you will be provided with ongoing information about our Catholic system and will be counted among the many Ontarians who want to protect our incredible Catholic schools.

Thank you for continuing to choose Catholic education. We look forward to continuing this journey together.

 

Visit www.togetherinfaith.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 


Cross Country Team has a Championship Day!

Congratulations to our Cross Country Running team for their excellent results at the 2017 SD&G Cross Country Championships hosted here at HT on October 18th. Our girls’ teams took home the midget, senior, and overall girls’ titles. Individually, HT’s Emma Bowles in midget girls, Connor Hum in midget boys, and Nick Chaput in senior boys came in first in their respective races. Well done Falcons!!!  Please visit the Athletics Page for team pictures.

2017 Cross Country Team

Midget boys champ Connor Hum; Senior Boys Champ Nick Chaput; Midget Girls’ Champ Emma Bowles


Gord Downie Day

Holy Trinity celebrated the life of Gord Downie on October 20 2017.  As a uniform school, the students dressed down and provided donations to fund the Holy Trinity Indigenous Studies Program.  In connection with Gord’s support for providing more awareness of Indigenous needs in Canada, the staff and students believed that his legacy will live on at Holy Trinity through more Indigenous education programs.  During the day, Tragically Hip concerts streamed on the televisions throughout the school, Hip songs played over the PA system during breaks, and at lunch a group of staff members and  students performed four songs including Bobcageon, Wheat Kings, Fiddler’s Green and Ahead By a Century.  Students filled the school’s atrium and sang songs together.  In Canadian History classes, teachers taught lessons dealing with the impact the iconic singer had on the fabric of Canada.  Local media picked up the story and by the end of the day students had a greater appreciation of the band and the humanitarian work of the late singer.  The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario has made Indigenous Studies a priority and have funded programs which bring to light the needs of the Indigenous people of Canada.


House Points Update

after Falcon Friendzee Results and as of October 16, 2017:  Faith 8429; Hope 7848; Courage 6995; Justice 6079.


A Great Time at the Charity Bowl!

Go Falcons Go! For more pictures please visit Falcon Photos.


Congratulations to John Van Putten!

John is the 2017-2018  SD&G Junior Boys Tennis Champion. He is Holy Trinity’s first SD&G champion this year. Well done John!


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