National Recognition: Trinity graduates, Charlie Cragar (son of Arden Cragar/K) and Barrett Gaertner each earned Commended Scholar recognition from the National Merit Scholarship Program based on their PSAT scores. Congratulations! We are proud of you!
Monday, October 23
Harcourt representative visits campus as faculty work on reading curriculum, 3:20PM
Tuesday, October 24
Chapel, 8:15AM (Logo Uniform)
Wednesday, October 25
Pink Out Day: K-8 students are invited to participate in the MS NJHS sponsored fundraiser that will benefit D’Feet Breast Cancer Foundation by making a $5 donation to wear pink or an appropriate breast cancer awareness shirt with jeans or uniform bottoms to school. Thank you for your support. –Donna Cucco, NJHS Faculty Sponsor
Thursday, October 26
Chapel, 8:15AM (Dress Uniform)
Individual retakes. This date is also for new students and students who were absent. Students who are retaking should bring back the originally purchased packets.
MS Dance, 7:00-9:00PM
Friday, October 27
No School: Our faculty/staff will be participating in professional development either at the Southwest Association of Episcopal Schools (SAES) in Houston or on-campus.
TMS Honors: The first quarter Honor Roll is as follows: Highest Honors-6th Grade – Evelyn Gault, Zoe McCLure, Ella Sullivan; 7th Grade – Austin Gabriel, Nicolo Garofalo, Anna Xia Lyons; 8th Grade – David Benard, Maggie Cragar, Maggie Farmer, Megan Maxwell, Noa Seigel, Ryan Dorado, Sara Gabriel, Caden Henderson, Bethany Janson, Mac Livanec. Honors-6th Grade – Wyatt Culling, Charli Dean, Chloe Jolin, Vann Latham, Molly Lyons, Finn Mignerey, Connor O’Donohoe, Lucy Schnell, Chloe Stein; 7th Grade – Bella Alvarado, Ethan Caesar, Katie Collins, Emily Cook, Elliot Garza, Shaifer Goalan, Sasha Jaworski, Jacob LaForte, Alen Skormin, Asia Suayan, Haylie Wisner; 8th Grade – Leo Clark, Sky Denson, Tyler Garcia, Ty O’Connor, Anna Shepherd, Mary Breitbach, Genevieve Brown, Maddy Haver, James Trimble. – Amy Gaido, Assistant Head of School
Vision/Hearing: Our screenings for vision and hearing has concluded for this school year. Thank you Amy O’Connor and Florence Dorado for helping us accomplish this huge task. Your time and knowledge is greatly appreciated. – Amy Gaido, Asst. Head of School
Parade: The Beginning School will have their annual Halloween parade on Tuesday, October 31, at 11:15AM. The parade will proceed through Moody Hall, to MS around the Sport Court, then through the MAC and back to Beginning School.
The Feast of All Saints will be observed in school chapel on November 1. Names of loved ones who have died in the past year will be read in our prayers and Holy Communion will be offered. Please submit names to your oldest enrolled child’s homeroom teacher by Thursday, October 26th.
November 1 The Feast of All Saints Chapel (Dress Uniform)
November 1-16 Food Ingathering Drive
November 3 Coffee & Chat w/ Mark and Amy, Otto Library
November 5 Time Change –Fall Back!
November 7-10 8th Grade History Trip to Boston
November 8 Twin Day (Grades 6-8) / Spirit Day (Grades K-5)
November 14 HOS Installation, 8:15AM, Church
November 16 Food Ingathering Collection in Chapel
November 20-24 No School – Thanksgiving Holiday
November 30 Kindergarten Open House Event, 5:30-7:00PM
December 14 Open House Event – PK2-PK4, 9:00-11AM / Open House Event – K-8th Grade 11AM-4PM
December 20 Lessons & Carols – Noon Dismissal / (There will be no BS Ext. Day or Stay & Play offered)