Dear Trinity Families,
In the Spring of 2020, Trinity staff spent hours and hours collaborating in the virtual world, adapting to the circumstances to offer some normalcy into our students’ lives. Similarly, as the Administrative team reviewed the end-of-year traditions for this year, our goal was to ensure students are engaged in making memories and connecting with the upcoming Trinity milestones in-person, as much as possible. Throughout the school year, you have witnessed various cherished rituals that make the Trinity experience complete. To that end, parents have attended events including the Beginning School Blessing of the Pets, the Book Fair, Kindergarten Circus, and 1st-grade parents were able to watch their children perform the Christmas pageant in the church. Parents of this year’s Citizenship Award recipients will attend an upcoming ceremony on the Garth, and both the PK4 and Class of 2021 graduations will be held in-person on May 27 (more information to follow).
Other Trinity traditions that will still take place for children are Beginning School Splash Day (May 19) and a modified Green and Gold Games (May 21). This year’s Green and Gold Games, in which good old-fashioned games will allow the students to compete in a friendly manner, will take place during each grade’s Physical Education class. As always, the overall objective for GGG is community-building, sportsmanship, and fun. We as adults must remember our shared goals and the partnership necessary to ensure we are making golden memories for our children whilst keeping everyone safe.
Head of School