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Trafalgar Castle School is pleased to announce that Dr. Greg Wells, Ph.D is going to be speaking to our students, faculty & parents on Tuesday, February 24th from 2:30 to 3:30 pm in the Chapel. Dr. Wells is is a scientist, broadcaster, author, coach and athlete. He has dedicated his career to understanding human performance and how the human body responds to extreme conditions.
Dr. Wells will be speaking about "The Academic Olympian": Academic Olympian participants will learn why the body and brain depend on regular sleep, good nutrition and effective exercise. Participants will recognize the powerful connection between better health and better learning. They will learn how to achieve high performance zones and stay there. And they will gain a foundational understanding of how to improve resilience, focus and mental performance at school and in their lives.
If parents wish to attend this special session please RSVP to Mrs. Carmen Holland.
Wednesday, February 25th is Pink Shirt Day.
History of Pink Shirt Day: Students and adults across Canada will be wearing pink shirts on February 25th as part of an annual anti-bullying campaign founded by two Nova Scotia teens in 2007.
When a fellow classmate was bullied for wearing a pink polo shirt to school, David Shepherd and Travis Price decided to take a stand. They bought dozens of pink tank tops at a thrift store and announced they would give them out to students the next day. With the word out, many students took it upon themselves to show up for school in pink rather than wait for one of the tops.
Since then, Pink Shirt Day has become an annual event to speak out against bullying in schools, communities and workplaces.
On February 25th Trafalgar will be wearing pink and standing up against bullying.
Trafalgar Castle School presents our Junior Production of
"Good Good Trouble on Bad Bad Island" by Joshua Mikel
When a package bound for Good Good Island is mistakenly delivered to Bad Bad Island, the Bad Bads find something frighteningly horrible inside: a little girl named Rosa! Unable to choose between throwing her into a volcano or tossing her into the sea, the creatures of the island finally agree that their ruler, The Idol, should decide. He challenges Rosa with a series of impossible tasks -- but what happens when she starts doing the impossible? This wildly inventive adventure shows that sometimes family and goodness can be found in the most unlikely of places.
For more information or to purchase your tickets please click here.
Please join us.