Hope to see you at the upcoming Annual NTAC Fundraiser on April 23rd 2020 @ 7pm! We have two great NT Alumni Speakers lined up for you this year! Come on out to hear RYAN HINDS & ARIELLE DUBISSETTE-BORRICED- both of these great athletes got their start at NTCI!
Here is the ticket link: https://northtoronto.snapd.com/events/view/1309833
Many thanks for your support!
Kirsten Sixt and Michael Colley
Calling all members of the Class of ‘69: join us for our 50th anniversary weekend on October 25 & 26! Here are the details:
Continue reading Fiftieth reunion weekend features football, guided tours, and lots of time to mingle
Football players, coaches, managers and trainers from 1968-1970 are invited to two special events in conjunction with the Class of ’69 reunion activities on October 25-26:
- Friday afternoon @ 2:00: Join your former teammates at our new NTCI home fieldl, 17 Broadway Avenue, as our North Toronto Norseman take on their arch-rivals, Malvern. Kick-off is at 2 pm.
- Saturday evening @ 6.30: Dine with former team members in Greek Town. Invitees include former NT football and hockey Coach Bob “Spider” Awrey, now an internationally ranked tennis player for his age group.
Please contact Glen Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you plan to attend either or both events or if you have any questions. If you know of any other players who might want to attend please forward their name, telephone number, and/or email address to Glen.
Whether on the field, on the ice, or in the pool, NT has enjoyed success for many years. However, we need more resources to keep that tradition alive.
The North Toronto Athletics Committee (NTAC) was formed three years ago to meet that need. Made up of NT alumni, staff, and parents, NTAC’s mission is to connect the past with the present and build towards the future. It has raised over $10,000 since forming, and has helped purchase equipment for the weight room and team uniforms, as well as cover tournament fees.
But there is more to do.
Come to our next meeting on November 25 at 6.30 p.m. at NTCI Room 251 or contact Michael Colley at email@example.com to find out how you can support our athletes!
Do you remember the words of our school song?
Hail North Toronto! was a key feature of this year’s Red & Grey Day, NT’s annual celebration of athletics and school spirit. This year, each home form picked a theme to celebrate, then decorated their classroom and dressed up according to that theme. Each class sang the school song, and the different versions were then pulled together into two (mostly) spirited videos. Follow along with students in grades 9 and 12 and grades 10 and 11.
October 10 also featured assemblies, a hot dog BBQ lunch, and a performance from the school band. Of course, the day’s main attraction was a packed sports schedule, with students being dismissed early to watch different teams play throughout the day. A great day for NT sports, as the school won or tied every game: two field hockey, two boys volleyball, girls ultimate, girls basketball, boys soccer, and a football game.
The North Toronto Foundation has launched the Norse Club, a new monthly giving program. Whether it’s $50, $25 or $10, your monthly monetary gift that will help the Foundation continue its mandate of supporting current students at NT by providing scholarships and grants. Click here to learn more!
A 1989 reunion will be held on Saturday June 22 at 5pm at the Rose and Crown . More details to follow.
To celebrate “50 Years Later”, exciting plans
are in the works to hold a Class of ’69 reunion this coming October. At this point the exact timing
and location of the event is TBD although the tentative plan is to hold a
dinner event at a Toronto venue and include a visit to the new school.
To make sure you don’t miss out, watch the
NTCI Foundation website for more information and/or contact any of the
the Foundation was contacted by a 2018 NT grad seeking a summer internship opportunity
(May to August). She is currently completing her first year at the University
of Western Ontario in engineering and is specializing in mechatronics, which is
a combination of software, mechanical and electrical engineering. She stated
that she would be content to be involved with something directly related to her
field of study or in any professional workforce that would help her gain
experience and diversify her skills. If you are able to provide such an
opportunity or know of someone who could, please contact Foundation chair Ron
he will put you in contact with this very promising grad.
At the Foundation’s last meeting, the receipt of the above request sparked a
discussion of how the Foundation might be a platform for connecting established
alumni with current students/recent grads. If you are interested in providing
mentorship, internship or other career enhancing opportunities to other alumni,
please contact Ron Wakelin at the above address.