HAPPY NEW YEAR! WELCOME BACK!
Happy New Year from some of our Kindergarten cuties! Welcome back for the second semester...let's make 2023 our best year yet.
"LOVE YOUR TEACHER LUNCH" 2023 SIGN UP
Lower & Middle School Parents, to sign up for lunch coverage volunteers: CLICK HERE. All volunteers must be safeguarded! Please report for shift 5-10 minutes early to check-in at the front office. Thank you for giving our teachers a break!
STUDENTS CELEBRATE "TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS"
Mrs. Blancken reads "Twelve Days of Christmas" to her music class this week. What a great way to celebrate The Epiphany Season!
STUDENTS EXPERIENCE ORGAN TOUR
First grade students get up close and personal with the Trinity Episcopal Church organ with a tour from organist Mary Jean Sargent.
Students were fortunate enough to get a rare glimpse inside the organ chamber!
OUR SECOND GRADERS ARE READY TO SOAR
Mrs. Kelso's second graders look forward to a bright future and accomplishing all of the goals they have set for 2023.
YEARBOOK SEASON HAS BEGUN!
TES Yearbooks and Ads are on Sale NOW!!! It is that time of year again, Trinity 2023 Yearbooks and Ads are now on sale until 5/1/23! There are only a limited number of Ad pages available!!! Get your yearbooik today for $45 and lock in those special memories. Follow the link HERE to order!
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING PRIORITY APPLICATIONS!
It's hard to believe that we're already embarking on 2023-2024 Admission Season, but the time has come! Due to incredibly strong demand for admittance to Trinity, we are asking that all current families wishing to apply for a new sibling to join Trinity fill out our inquiry form as soon as possible. We will begin accepting priority enrollment applications on Thursday, December 1, 2022.
Re-Enrollment for current Trinity students will end Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Open Enrollment for the community-at-large will begin Friday, February 10, 2023
Thank you for being a part of our Trinity Family and if you have any admission or enrollment questions, please contact our Director of Admission, Rachel Brown, at email@example.com.
Annual Fund 2022-2023 "Trinity Celebrates 70 Years! Be a Part of History" Campaign has officially launched! We look forward to keeping you up-to-date all year long on the progress of this campaign. To make a donation online, please CLICK HERE. Thank you for your support!
THURSDAY, 1/12: Love Your Teacher Lunch
MONDAY, 1/16: No School in observance of MLK Day
MONDAY, 1/23: Re-Enrollment Opens
WEDNESDAY, 1/25: Kindergarten Roundup
FRIDAY, 2/3: TES Spirit Day
CLICK HERE for iCal link!
CLICK HERE to access our new Facebook page!
GALVESTON RESTAURANT WEEK
Galveston Restaurant Week brings the island’s vibrant food scene to life from January 9 to February 5, 2023. Several Galveston restaurants will participate in this event, which is a once-a-year opportunity for diners to try top dishes on prix-fixe breakfast, lunch and dinner menus at attractive price points.
MLK DAY PARADE
The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. parade to honor his legacy will begin on Saturday, January 14 at 1 p.m. near 29th Street and Church. From there, the procession will continue south down 29th Street to Avenue R 1/2, then east to 28th Street, where they will finish near Menard Park and the McGuire Dent Recreation Center. Residents and visitors are invited to come to watch the parade along the route.
Join downtown artists, businesses, and non-profits Saturday, January 14th to celebrate our local art scene. This popular event is free and open to everyone!
GALVESTON MUSEUM DAY
Visitors to Galveston will be able to start their new year off with a glimpse into the Island’s storied past during Galveston Museum Day taking place Jan. 28-29, 2023. The event will feature free and discounted admission to Galveston-area museums. During Museum Day, visitors can learn about Galveston’s place as one of the wealthiest cities in the United States during the late 1800s, the powerful families who helped build the city, Galveston’s significance to immigration in the region and the importance of the industries that keep Galveston thriving.
To see participating museums and learn more about the event, go to GalvestonMuseumDay.com.
JANUARY FACULTY & STAFF BIRTHDAYS
January 4 - Rachel Brown, Director of Admission
January 10 - Rosa Mora, Maintenance & Facilities
January 16 - Martha Lopez, Maintenance & Facilities
January 16 - Angel Odem, PK2 Teacher
January 21 - Jacob Simon, Director of Athletics
"In the time of King Herod, after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem, asking, “Where is the child who has been born king of the Jews? For we observed his star at its rising, and have come to pay him homage.”