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Thanksgiving Mass and FDK Liturgy

Students in Grades 1—8 will celebrate Thanksgiving with a school Mass lead by our Grade 5 Teachers and Students, at St. David’s Parish, on Wednesday, October 10th, at 9:30 a.m. Weather permitting, we will walk to and from church. In the event of inclement weather, we will celebrate Mass in our school (large) gym. Parents/Guardians are welcomed to join us. Our Kindergarten students and teachers ... Continue reading "Thanksgiving Mass and FDK Liturgy"

“You’re the Chef” Program

Blessed Trinity is cooking up a storm! During the next few weeks, 16 Grade 7 students will participate in the “You’re the Chef” after school Program. This Program begins this month, is held once a week, for five consecutive weeks, every Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The dates are: October 4, 11, 18, 25 and November 1. This program is designed to help ... Continue reading "“You’re the Chef” Program"

Library Corner

GLOBAL READ ALOUD: Our Primary classes, from JK to Grade 3, will participate in this year’s Global Read Aloud, a global literacy initiative that begins on Monday, October 1st and will run through to mid-November. Students all around the world are participating in this initiative. In this initiative, a new book will be shared each week and global connections will be made. This ... Continue reading "Library Corner"

October Fundraiser

Thank-you to all BT families for supporting our one and only School Fundraiser. Our School Fundraiser Campaign is Lamontagne Chocolate. The fundraiser begins on Monday, October 1st to Wednesday, October 31st . We will celebrate with a Much Music Video DJ Halloween Dance! Our school goal for each family is to sell and/or purchase one box of Lamontagne Chocolates. Each box contains an assortment of ... Continue reading "October Fundraiser"

Blessed Trinity Halloween Dance

The Much Music Video DJ returns to Blessed Trinity to celebrate Hallowe’en with a Hallowe’en Dance on Wednesday, October 31st. On Hallowe’en students may wear: – A Hallowe’en Costume. – Dress up in Hallowe’en Colours—Black and Orange. – Dress in their favourite civvies day attire—appropriate for school and Hallowe’en! For safety reasons, students are NOT to wear masks with their costumes. Students are NOT to ... Continue reading "Blessed Trinity Halloween Dance"

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