It's Back!! On the first Friday of every month, students will be allowed to wear a TRAFALGAR related sweatshirt. This could be from a Traf athletics team, a club or committee, or a particular class sweatshirt etc.
Please ask your advisor if you need any more clarification.
All parents are welcome to attend Our first 2022 Parent Community Network (PCN) meeting next Tuesday, January 11th at 9 am, via Google Meets, please click here to join.
Please join us to hear about the exciting news and events we have planned for the new year and see how you can get involved. If you can’t join but want to be included, please let us know and we will keep you informed! RSVP to Ms. Paige Theng @ firstname.lastname@example.org or our Parent Rep, Marleigh Greaney @ email@example.com.
Katherine Nikidis (Head of School) and Kim Cavener (Director of Advancement) will be hosting an information session for the TOGA members from the 80's decade. The event will be attended by current Co-Presidents Caroline Blakely and Meghann Cundall as well as several other alumnae and former staff from that decade.
Join us for our Virtual Smart Parenting in the City Series hosted by our Parent Community Network Register Here
Heidi Shapiro, M.S.W.
Heidi Shapiro is a social worker and accredited psychotherapist (OTSTCFQ and OPQ). Since 2006, Heidi has worked as a social worker at the CHU Sainte-Justine with parents and families of critically ill children. In 2017, she returned to McGill for a masters degree in social work, and as part of her studies, interned at MUSIC (McGill University Sexual Identity Centre), an outpatient psychotherapy clinic based at the Montreal General Hospital, providing services to individuals dealing with sexual orientation and gender identity issues. In her private practice, Heidi works primarily with adults and adolescents in the LGBTQ+ community.
Marjorie Rabiau, Ph.D.
Marjorie Rabiau, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at McGill University. She is a clinical psychologist and a couple and family therapist (member of the OPQ and OTSTCFQ). After over 10 years of clinical practice, Dr. Rabiau is now a Core Faculty member for the M.Sc.(A) in Couple and Family Therapy. Her expertise lies in working with children, adolescents and their families using primarily a systemic lens. Her research interests include the development of identity within the context of family and community. Her current domains of study are the importance of working with the family when working with refugee youth as well as when working with gender creative youth. She received the H. Noel Fieldhouse Award for Distinguished Teaching in 2020 and she recently co-authored two chapters in the book Jeunes trans et non binaires: De l'accompagnement à l'affirmation.