NEWS YOU CAN USE
SPRING CASUAL EVENT – FRIDAY, April 12th at Tin Cups
We look forward to seeing our Sponsors at the VIP event beginning at 6:00 pm. The main event begins at 7:00 pm for everyone else. Join us for an experience to remember and plan to participate in a Golf Game that will land the winner a pair of Astros Tickets! It’s NOT TOO LATE – Fill out your Sponsorship form and buy your tickets online today: https://form.jotform.com/TrinityEpiscopalSchool/2019-trinity-spring-casual-sponsor
RAFFLE TICKETS!! 1 for $25 | 5 for $100 | 20 for $350 | BUY ONLINE: https://www.accelevents.com/e/TES2019Raffle
2019 CAMP INVENTION: June 17th-21st
SIGN UP ONLINE NOW FOR EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT!
Secure your spot today and save $15 with promo code: PLAY15FLYER (discount expires May 10th). Register at www.invent.org/camp or 800-968-4332. The camp is from 9:00-3:30 pm; Extended Care is available to 5:30 pm. See flyer attached for details. Contact Elizabeth Brown at email@example.com with questions.
Student Council will be creating 100 Blessing Bags for the folks of St. Vincent’s House, and we need your help! Please bring the following new and unused travel size items to help contribute: soap, shampoo/conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, and personal hygiene items. All donations are greatly appreciated! Donated items can be deposited in the drop boxes by the main office or in Randall Hall.
SPIRIT & PRIDE
Spirit shirts available for purchase one last time! Please refer to the flyer in last week’s Friday Folder or shop online for your last chance to order spirit gear this year. The last day to order will be Friday, April 19th – www.spiritandpride.com School ID# 122688
FINE ARTS SHOWCASE: May 16th
Mark your calendar and plan to join us for a wonderful evening showcasing Trinity’s Fine Arts! To be held in upstairs Eaton Hall on May 16th from 5:00-7:00 pm.
2019 BEGINNING SCHOOL SUMMER CAMP IS FILLING UP FAST!
There is still time to register, but spots are filling up fast!
Click here: http://bit.ly/2019TES_Summer to register for the 2019 Summer Camp for PK2-2nd graders.
Please note that as of today, Rachel Brown has reached out to all currently enrolled campers. If you haven’t heard from Rachel, but believe you are signed up or have further questions, please contact her: firstname.lastname@example.org
YEARBOOK SALES – BUY NOW!
The Trinity Eighth Grade Yearbook Staff announces the official opening of sales for our 2018-2019 Trinity Episcopal School Yearbook. Sales this year will be conducted online at www.balfour.com/yearbooks Once at the website, enter our school zip code: 77550, and then scroll to find our school name.
YEARBOOK PHOTOS: We need your help! Please help us by taking those photos you have accumulated on your phone and uploading them to the Trinity Yearbook Balfour Site. This is a way to make sure all that you do this year is covered in our yearbook. The simple instructions are on the attachment. Thank you so much for helping and for all you do! – Theresa Pistone
Click HERE to donate to the Annual Fund through Paypal.
MONDAY the 8th
Return Friday Folders
TUESDAY the 9th
Chapel Dress – Green Shirt
WEDNESDAY the 10th
Choir Practice 3:00-4:15
THURSDAY the 11th
Chapel Dress – Jumpers/Plaid Skirt, Oxford Shirts, Boy’s Tie
Beginning School: Story Fair @ Rosenberg Library
Club Invention: 3:00-4:30 pm Otto Library
FRIDAY the 12th
S.P.A.R.Q. 3:00-4:00 pick up: MAC
SPRING EVENT 7:00-10:00 pm at Tin Cups
APRIL IMPORTANT DATES:
April 12th – Spring Casual Event
April 19th-22nd – Easter Holidays
We will attend the Rosenberg Library’s Story Fair on Thursday, April 11th. Please have your child wear a Trinity t-shirt or Trinity colors. We will leave our school at around 9:40 a.m. and return around 10:45 a.m.
Our Beginning School Easter Egg Hunt will be on Thursday, April 18th at 11:30 on the TES soccer fields. We ask that each student bring in 2 dozen FILLED Easter Eggs for our hunt. You may bring any size eggs that may be filled with individually wrapped candy or trinkets. It is often hot the day of the hunt, so please no chocolate candy. You may bring the eggs in at any time, we need to have them before the day of the hunt.
LOVE YOUR TEACHER LUNCH SIGN UP
We have ONE opening for the K-2 lunch on May 9th. Click HERE to sign up!
LOST AND FOUND
Please check lost and found (located behind the brown doors near the Lower School Main Office). All remaining items will be donated over the Easter Holiday weekend.
Congratulations to our Middle School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll Students! Keep up the great work!
Clara Christy-Baxter, Moya Hudson, Lawson Rees, Zeke Zein-Eldin
Camryn Acosta, Annie Boeh, Sophia DeOre, Camille Earl, Sawyer Farroni, Kylan Galloway, Jacob Hart, Lacey Higgins, Parker Koza, Luke Leimer, Sophia Musemeche, Issy Wisner
Evelyn Gault, Molly Lyons, Zoe McClure, Connor O’Donohoe, Chloe Stein, Ella Sullivan
Wyatt Culling, Charli Dean, Chloe Jolin, Vann Lathem, Finn Mignerey, Carlie Rekoff
Austin Gabriel, Nicolo Garofalo
Bella Alvarado, Ethan Caesar, Emily Cook, Shaifer Goalen, Sasha Jaworski, Jacob LaForte, Kari Nance, Alen Skormin, Asia Suayan, Haylie Wisner, Hideaki Yamamoto
CHEER TRYOUTS for 2019-20 6th-8th Graders
April 25th at 3:30 pm in Mrs. Wisner’s room: Parent meeting
May 6-9th 3:15-4:30: Mandatory Cheer Clinic
May 10th beginning at 3:30 pm: Cheer Tryouts
See details on attached flyer. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Coach Johnson will be hosting a SPARQ Camp for students interested in working with Speed, Power, Agility, Reaction, and Quickness. Grades K-8 are welcome.
Sessions will be 3-4 pm on FRIDAYS. All participating students will join the Extended Day group at 3:00 pm dismissal and will go with Coach Johnson from there. Pick up your student at 4:00 pm in the MAC with Extended Day.
It will be a FUN experience regardless of age with a variety of drills!
Session Dates: 3/22, 3/29, 4/5, 4/12
COST: $35 for all 4 sessions or $10 per session. Please make payment to TES and reference SPARQ Training.
Contact Coach Johnson with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLICK HERE: http://bit.ly/TESactivitiesForm to sign-up
8th – Michelle Copeland, PK3 Aide
13th – Taylor Williams, 1st Grade Teacher
16th – Trisha Leimer, Director of the Beginning School
19th – Melanie Buck, Financial Administrator
Who was the first President of the United States to bestow the name “Golf Cart One” on the President’s golf cart?
LAST WEEK: The maximum speed limit for Golf Carts to be allowed on the street is 35 mph. Parts of the Seawall are posted at 35 mph and can be enjoyed via golf cart!
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! According to His great mercy, He has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, to an inheritance that is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading, kept in heaven for you.” Peter 1:3-4