October 2019

  • Oct
    3

    Special Schedule

    35 MIN CLASSES
    Period 111:00-11:35
    Period 211:40-12:15
    Period 312:20-12:55
    Lunch12:55-1:35
    Period 41:40-2:15
    Period 52:20-2:55
    2:55 PM Prep For Open House
  • Trafalgar Open House

    All are welcome!
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  • Oct
    4

    Special Schedule

    45 MIN CLASSES
    Period 110:00-10:45
    Period 210:50-11:35
    Period 311:40-12:25
    Lunch12:25-1:10
    Period 41:15-2:00
    Period 52:05-2:50
    SR BAND REHEARSAL3:00-4:00
  • Oct
    9

    Yom Kippur

  • Oct
    10
  • Special Schedule

    Special schedule (Forum placed after lunch instead of the end the day)
     
    Period 1
    8:50-9:50
    Period 2
    9:55-10:55
    Recess
    10:55-11:10
    Period 3
    11:10-12:10
    Lunch
    12:10-12:55
    Cycle 2 students will be dismissed from lunch at 12:25. They will proceed to the auditorium for the election roundtable (12:30-1:40)
    ACTIVITY FORUM 12:55-1:40
    THURS 2 ACTIVITIES FOR CYCLE I STUDENTS.
    ELECTION ROUNDTABLE FOR CYCLE II STUDENTS.
    Period 4
    1:45-2:45
    Period 5
    2:50-3:50
  • Class of 2019 Yearbook Signing Party!

    Class of 2019 is welcomed back to reunite, catch up and sign some yearbooks! Please rsvp to aallison@trafalgar.qc.ca
  • Oct
    11
  • Sweatshirt Friday

    Students may wear a TRAFALGAR related sweatshirt over their polo shirt.
  • Oct
    14
  • Oct
    15

    Formal School Uniform

    Beginning today, all students are expected to wear their formal school uniform. This includes a button down shirt, worn with a tie and the formal blazer. Students may wear their blue sweaters under the blazer. Trafalgar turtlenecks are also permitted to be worn instead of the shirt and tie.
  • TOGA Executive Meeting

  • Oct
    16
  • Oct
    21
  • Mock Election

    Traf goes to the polls in an exercise intended to introduce Sec III, IV and V students to voting procedures. Staff are also invited to participate.  Please see Mme Guay or Ms Allison if you have questions.
  • Oct
    22

    TOGA AGM

    The Trafalgar Old Girls' Association Annual General Meeting will take place at Trafalgar School. All members are welcome. A cocktail will be held following the meeting from 6:00-7:00 for TOGA members and Trafalgar School Board members.
  • Oct
    23

    Monday 1 Schedule

  • Oct
    25

    2019 Trafalgar Ross Lecture

    Please join us for this year's lecture by Dr. Suzanne Fortier, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University.
  • Special Schedule

    Staff and Students:
    55 minute classes. The Traf-Ross Lecture will take place during Forum Period at the end of the day. See the special schedule below:
    Warning Bell  8:47
    Period 1         8:50 – 9:45 
    Period 2         9:50 – 10:45
    Recess         10:45 – 11:00 
    Period 3       11:00 – 11:55 
    Lunch           11:55 – 12:55
    Period 4          1:00 - 1:55 
    Period 5          2:00 - 2:55
    Traf-Ross Lecture  3:00-4:00
  • TOGA Homecoming / Reunion

    Ristorante Beatrice
    Join us at Ristorante Beatrice for a "cocktail dinatoire" and celebrate with your former classmates and teachers. All class years are invited to attend. Classes ending in 4 and 9 will be celebrating milestone anniversaries.
  • Oct
    28

    Parent Community Network Meeting

    Join the meeting and stay for the Smart Parenting In the City talk that follows at 7 pm.
  • Building Self-Esteem: How to Get Your Kids to Stand Up for Themselves

    A Smart Parenting in the City Series event, featuring special guest speaker Amy Fish
  • Oct
    31

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Trafalgar School for Girls

3495 Simpson
Montreal, Quebec
H3G 2J7
514-935-2644
info@trafalgar.qc.ca
Our diverse school community challenges and inspires girls to embrace learning, be confident, and shape a better world.