THE TRADITION OF THE PINK PIG PARADE CONTINUES!
The Kindergarten classes of Mrs. Fields & Mrs. Buergler carried on a time-honored tradition at TES by having the Pink Pig Parade this morning! This parade symbolizes the work these Kindergarten students have put in to learn the letter "P"! We think they are some pretty cute piglets!
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE 2022 SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR!
The book fair will be held Sunday, November 6th – Friday, November 11th in Eaton Hall. Join us for Scholastic’s “Wild West Book Fair, Saddle Up and Read”! Many fun activities are planned during our book fair week, and we look forward to an excitement filled event! Details to follow soon. Kick off your boots and lasso a good book!
FOURTH GRADE CELEBRATES "DECIMEAL"
The fourth grade classes of Ms. Sader and Mrs. Newton recently celebrated "Decimeal" which was a fun lunch to further explore the concept of decimals. We wish to thank 4th Grade Room Parents Jeanna Mascorro & Heather Stevenson-Lerner for all of your support!
CLOTHES FOR THE 'STROS DAY ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 24TH
In supportive celebratory observance of our home-team's exceptional season, our Head of School has designated Monday, October 24, 2022, as "Clothes for the 'Stros Day" at Trinity Episcopal School. On this special occasion, educators and students may don Houston Astros gear and/or colors with good condition jeans or 4-inch inseam shorts.
SECOND HEAD OF SCHOOL CANDIDATE VISITS TRINITY NEXT WEEK
We are fortunate to welcome Mark Fallo to our campus next week (October 26-28) as a finalist for our Head of School position! Mr. Fallo has had a 33-year career in education, with 28 of those years in Episcopal schools. He most recently served 16 years as the Head of School at St. Nicholas School in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Please see his attached bio and view the schedule for his visit and ways you can be involved in the search process. Please CLICK HERE to access our feedback survey. Thank you to Chair Aaron Miller and the full search committee for their diligent work to find the perfect fit for Trinity Episcopal School!
OCTOBER 24TH IS THE LAST DAY TO PURCHASE TICKETS TO FALL CARNIVAL!
Fall Carnival is quickly approaching!! Monday, October 31st from 12-3 pm, we invite you and your family to attend! We still welcome Fall Carnival Sponsors, please see our sponsorship form HERE. We appreciate your support! ONLY siblings of current Trinity students will be permitted to attend Fall Carnival and they must purchase a wristband to participate.
To order your Fall Carnival wrist bands and food, please CLICK HERE. All forms must be turned in (hard copy or digital) by Monday, October 24th!
PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCE DAY IS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST
Please make note that Tuesday, November 1st will be Parent/Teacher Conference Day and there will be no school that day! Be sure to check communication from your child's teacher regarding scheduling. Thank you!
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH HOSTS TABLE-HOPPING TRICK-OR-TREAT
Annual Fund 2022-2023 "Trinity Celebrates 70 Years! Be a Part of History" has officially launched! We look forward to keeping you up-to-date all year long on the the progress of this campaign. To make a donation online, please CLICK HERE. Thank you for your support!
FRIDAY, 10/21: Student Council Middle School Dance, 6:30-8:30 pm
THURSDAY, 10/27: School Picture Day
MONDAY, 10/31: Noon Dismissal & Fall Carnival
TUESDAY, 11/1: No School for Parent/Teacher Conference Day
SUNDAY, 11/6-FRIDAY, 11/11: Scholastic Book Fair
CLICK HERE for iCal link!
CLICK HERE to access our new Facebook page!
OKTOBERFEST STARTS TONIGHT!
For anyone looking to volunteer at Oktoberfest (especially TES Middle School students needing servicce hours!!) please click the link HERE to volunteer.
GALVESTON COUNTY MUSEUM HALLOWEEN EVENTS
HARRY POTTER NIGHT AT ROSENBERG LIBRARY
Rosenberg Library invites you to a night at Hogwarts to celebrate all things Harry Potter! Thursday, October 17 from 5-8 pm
UTMB INVITES YOU TO FALL FESTIVAL
Friday, October 29 from 5-7 pm
See attached flyer for more details!
October 2 - Lisa Higgins, Middle School History Teacher
October 16 - Rea Sader, 4th Grade Teacher
"Sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done marvelous things."