As the mask-mandate in public spaces is lifted this weekend, we are looking ahead to the end of year, in person events and exams. We have decided to keep our current practice of wearing masks at all times, except when eating and drinking. Our priority is always the health and safety of the school and our ability to continue to offer a robust, in person educational experience.
This year's Spring Concert marked Trafalgar's music program’s first in-person concert since 2019. It was an evening of musical variety that showcased our talented and hard-working student musicians: from the Traf Choir, to the Grade 7 and Grade 8 bands, to the Senior Music Ensemble, to the soloists and small ensembles.
Congratulations to all who performed; we are so proud of your musical achievements!
On Monday, students, faculty and guests welcomed Tomson Highway, famed Indigenous Canadian playwright, novelist and children's author. He read from the first chapter of his memoir, Permanent Astonishment, retelling the incredible story of his birth while travelling by dog sled in northern Alberta. His humorous presentation included glimpses into life in untouched northern territory.