Welcome to Holy Trinity Elementary School, Torbay, Newfoundland
Holy Trinity Elementary
10 Doyles & Quigley Lane
Torbay, NL · A1K 1A6
Telephone: (709) 437-6433
Facsimile: (709) 437-1134
  GENERAL
 · Home
 · About Us
 · Our Staff
 · Our Library
 · General News
 · Healthy Living
 · School Council
 · School Development
 · School Report
 · Substitute Info
 · News Archive
 · Photo Gallery
 · Links
 
  STUDENTS
 · Student Pages
 · School Calendar
 · Student Handbook
 
  PARENTS
 · Bussing Information
 · Course Outcomes
 · Cafeteria Menu
 · Student Forms
 · Memos to Parents
 · Newsletters
 

 

Newfoundland and Labrador English School District
 

Late French Immersion

Late French Immersion program.
 Information session will take place on
Monday, February 2nd
7:oo PM at District Conference Center
Strawberry Marsh Road

 


















Posted: 1/22/2015 by holytrinity 

 
Play
·       
 
The Provincial Government is partnering with ParticipACTION, the national voice of physical activity and sport participation in Canada.  In the new Make Room for Play physical activity campaign it calls on Canadian families to cut down on screen time and encourage more active play.

Minister Jackman, MHA Kevin Parsons, Elio Antunes, Debbie Martin SEO, John Elkins and members of the Torbay Town Council, were in attendance for the launch.

Our Grade 5 and 6 students were great role models for this very worth while endeavor.  Great job! Grade 5 & 6.
Posted: 1/20/2015 by holytrinity 

 
School Lunch




Lunch envelopes were sent home and are due back on Janaury 20th.  No late envelopes will be accepted. 
Posted: 1/19/2015 by holytrinity 

 
Breakfast Program
 


We are looking for some volunteers to help with cleanup after Monday, Wednesday and Thursday's Breakfast program.  This would mean that you would be needed for about an hour starting at about 8:45.  We have volunteers for set up but the clean up needs some extra people.  If you are able to help out we would greatly appeciate it.    
Please email kimberleykeating@nlesd.ca
     

Posted: 1/19/2015 by holytrinity 

 

The aim of education should be to teach us rather how to think, than what to think—rather to improve our minds, so as to enable us to think for ourselves, than to load the memory with the thoughts of other men.
- John Dewey