Dear Families and Friends of Trinity,
What a whirlwind of a week! I am so proud of each and every one you of you. Everyone was affected by Hurricane Harvey, a storm of historic proportions, in some way and everyone witnessed humanity at its best. How did you fair from the storm? Please let us know if you need anything?
The church and school community came together on Wednesday for prayer service followed by a healthy day of clean up. Students found comfort in cleaning up their campus and getting together with their school community, but that was just the beginning. Trinity students rolled up their sleeves and got to work in Galveston and beyond. Students made and served hundreds of meals to displaced families, passed out drinks to workers, stocked shelves with food, and cleaned out houses that were severely damaged, all for the betterment of our community.
The school sustained some major roof damage in the MAC, Technology and Science rooms and parts of Moody Hall. These repairs will be taken care of throughout the next few months. The faculty and staff gathered on Friday to check in with each other, share information about our how our Trinity families fared and to prepare to receive our beloved children on Tuesday.
Through any storm in life when there is anguish three things will always get you through: Faith, Family and Friends and all three were truly witnessed this past week.
With warm regards,
Mark J. Ravelli
Head of School