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2014-2015 Article Archive

Student Vote

studentvoteTrenton High students will be casting their own votes this month.  To engage in the democratic process and learn how to cast their ballots, students will be discussing the election and voting for Quinte West Mayor and Councillors.  Our vote will precede the actual election.  We eagerly anticipate comparing our results with the official results.  Stay tuned!  Many thanks to Mr. McDougall for organizing this event.

Take Our Kids to Work

TOKTWOn November 5, 2014, all Trenton High School Grade 9 students will be invited to participate in Take Our Kids to Work (TOKTW) Day.  Thousands of students across Canada will take part in this activity.  TOKTW Day provides our students with an opportunity to experience a typical work day under the supervision of a parent, relative or volunteer.  For more information, click here.  So that your student can participate, please complete the permission home arriving home with your student and return it by Tuesday October 28 to Ms. de Melo in the Guidance Office.

Food Drive Success

food driveThank you everyone for your support of our annual Food Drive.  About 540 lbs of food was donated and delivered to the Care and Share Foodbank.  Well done Tigers!

Chromebooks Unveiled in Classrooms


A class set of Chromebooks was recently purchased by our school.  We tried these new devices out today (October 9) in Mr. McDougall's and Mr. Manlow's classes.  Ms. Ricard was able to facilitate especially since this was a FIRST!!  Students found that the Chromebooks were fast and integrate well with the work they are doing in Google Classroom.  Watch for more updates to come.

Excellence Celebrated at THS

Recognition AwardsOur 2013-2014 academic achievement was celebrated on October 2 at our Recognition Awards.  Students with top marks in each course in Grades 9, 10 and 11 were recognized.  Students with the highest average in each grade were acknowledged and Tiger Way awards were presented to students for their commitment to citizenship and the well-being of the THS community.




Top Averages:

Grade 9   Lauryn Bons

Grade 10   Leslie Fell

Grade 11   Leah Perreault

Tiger Way Award Recipients:

Elyssa Berry

Meaghan Farrington

Karin Fritz-Hazell

Emily LeBlanc

Rachel Lewington

Emilie Merilainen

Kelsie Minnie

Laura Perreault

Catherine Ricard

John Roussakis

Devon Van Luven



We Day 2014

We dayThursday October 2 was 'We Day' in Toronto.  Several of our Social Justice and SHSM Non-profit students enjoyed  an inspiring day!  The event was attended by 20,000 youth who heard speakers who were memorable and empowering.  See more pictures in our Galleries.  Or, check out the We day Video here.

Freedom Day 2014

Freedom DaySeptember 23 was a day to remember - Freedom Day 2014.  Several of our Social Justice and SHSM - Non-profit students attended this event in Toronto with Mrs. Tripp and Ms. Cotnam.  Some of the speakers included Mariatu Kamara (a survivor of the Sierra Leone civil war), Wab Kinew (Aboriginal rights activist), Travis Price (founder of Pink Shirt Day), Max Eisen (Holocaust survivor) and Meaghan Mikkelson (Double Olympic gold medalist - Canadian Women's Hockey Team).  It was an inspirational day for all who participated.  

See our Galleries for more pictures.