Sunday, October 8
Music Event Offer: The Galveston Symphony (GSO) is offering free student tickets to Trinity Episcopal School for the performances. Each student can invite up to 2 adults to accompany them. All families who are interested should send an email to Alice O’Quinn (email@example.com) to reserve tickets. The next symphony is today at 4:00PM, the Grand 1894 Opera House, 2020 Postoffice Street. Tickets will be available for pick up one hour before curtain (3:00) in Edna’s Room. –Laura Hyatt, Music Director
Monday, October 9
No School (observance of Columbus Day)
Tuesday, October 10
Chapel, 8:15AM (Logo Uniform)
Volleyball Match at AWAY @ Family Christian, 4:00PM
Wednesday, October 11
Soccer Match at HOME v. Chinquapin, 4:30PM at Sandhill Crane Soccer Complex
Thursday, October 12
Chapel, 8:15AM (Spirit Dress Day)
Spirit Day: Students are permitted to dress in “Spirit” dress. Students may wear TES spirit shirts with jeans or khaki bottoms. Students electing not to wear spirit gear should be in the usual school uniform. This is not a “free” dress. Please follow the rules so that we can continue this tradition. –Amy Gaido, Asst. Head of School
Spring Event Planning Meeting, 8:30AM or 12PM in Kelso Library. We are calling for volunteers. We’re celebrating 65 years! The TES spring fundraising event is scheduled for April 2018 and we need your help to organize and plan an event worthy of this milestone. If you are unable to attend either meeting but would like to help, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance for helping make this a spectacular event!
Pep Rally at 2PM with a Student v. Faculty Volleyball Game following at 2:15PM in the MAC.
Friday, October 13
Luau Dress Day: Students may wear luau themed attire. Footwear as usual, socks and tennis shoes. Students not in luau themed attire should wear usual uniform dress.
7th grade goes kayaking with Artist Boat, 9AM-2PM
TES Family Night 5:00-6:00PM. Please make plans to come get a glimpse of what your child does at TES and build community with us.
PTO Back-To-School Luau will follow at 6:00-7:30PM on the playground
Report Cards: The first nine weeks grading period has closed. Report cards will be sent home on Monday, October 16.
Music Lessons: We are pleased to announce that additional independent music lessons will be offered for students interested in learning string instruments and percussion. Instructions are available for but not limited to the following instruments: guitar, ukulele, bass and percussion. Lessons are available on campus during P.E./recess periods or at the instructor’s home studio. For more information, contact Clark Duhon at (409) 750-1627 or email@example.com.
October 16 Report cards go home (K-8)
October 16-20 Red Ribbon Week
October 19 General PTO Meeting
October 26 Individual Picture RETAKES
October 27 No School, SAES Professional Dev. Conference
November 3 Coffee & Chat w/ Mark and Amy, Otto Library
November 7-10 8th Grade History Trip to Boston
November 14 HOS Installation, 8:15AM, Church
November 20-24 No School – Thanksgiving Holiday