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Ruth MacLeod recalls the day in the 1960s when a memorable Phys Ed teacher arrived at Malcolm Campbell High School in a Type E Jaguar sports car

Updates You can access a great Oct, 21, 2011 photograph, posted at flickr.com, of Soryl and Gibby Rosenberg, by clicking here. We owe thanks to Gina Davis Cayer for letting us know about this link. It’s a beautiful photograph. A Jan. 12, 2015 Guardian/The Observer article is entitled: “The Teenage Brain review – a science-based […]

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Lynn (Kingdon) Barnes has posted a message at a post entitled: Ian Roach shares two great photos of his 1959-60 Grade 7 class at Cartierville School

Lynn (Kingdon) Barnes has posted a message at an earlier blog post, entitled: Ian Roach shares two great photos of his 1959-60 Grade 7 class at Cartierville School The photos on the right are from the latter post. Lynn’s massage, which I’ve posted as a separate post – the one you are now reading – as […]

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Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg, who taught at MCHS in the 1960s will be attending the MCHS 2015 reunion and will make a brief presentation

The most recent MCHS ’60s Reunion Attendee List (as of Oct. 1) can be accessed here. I’m pleased to say that Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg, who taught at MCHS and is very close in age to the students that she taught in the early and mid 1960s, will be attending. She will make a brief presentation […]

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Sue (Robinson) Brady (MCHS ’64) shares more details about MCHS Alumni in B.C. and elsewhere

At a previous post, entitled Cheryl Vince’s favourite teachers at Malcolm Campbell High School included a principal and a vice-principal, Sue (Robinson) Brady (MCHS ’64) wrote a comment for Cheryl Vince and Ruth MacLeod. The comment from Sue Brady, who was in Mrs. Dunwoodie’s 11B (Latin) class, which I have featured in a separate post, included the […]

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Stories & Bios (MCHS)

Click here to access MCHS 2015 Stories > We have a lot of great stories. Here are a few of them; there are many more: Stay Awhile – April 24, 2015 Toronto premiere of documentary about The Bells Linking a favourite song to each of the MCHS alumni who have passed away The MCHS 69er […]