Week At A Glance 10-22-2020

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In a celebration of the life of our beloved teacher, colleague, and friend, Michelle Jewell Funston (1973 – 2017), students are invited to wear a pink top or an appropriate breast cancer awareness shirt with jeans or uniform bottoms on Wednesday, the 28th. Students not participating should be dressed in regular uniform. We love you and we miss you, Mrs. Funston. – Team Funston



The Alpha Omega Society members for 2020 were presented during Chapel today. This honor recognizes Trinity 8th Graders who have attended Trinity since Kindergarten. The honored students pictured are (top row) Charlie Vasut, Sully Mixon, Sawyer Farroni, (middle row) Matthew Leyva, Zeke Zein-Eldin, (bottom row) Sophia DeOre, and Lily Rojas. We are proud of all our students, but it is fitting that we take a moment to thank our “long-timers” and their families. - Mr. Ravelli



book fair

The book fair will be held Sunday, November 8th - Friday, November 13th in Eaton Hall. Scholastic's theme this year is "Book Fair Time Machine - Reading Can Take You Anywhere." We cannot wait for our book fair week and look forward to an excitement-filled event! Details to follow in the near future. Time to READ! - Lynsey Ginsberg, Book Fair Volunteer



Our annual canned food drive to benefit St. Vincent’s House will run through the morning of November 12. National Junior Honor Society will stock the shelves of St. Vincent’s House of Hope on November 12 with all canned goods received! Please see the attached flyer for a list of preferred donation items. 



Trinity Episcopal School has launched our 2020-2021 Annual Fund Campaign, "Meeting The Challenge!" Our goal for Annual Fund is 100% participation by Charger families and we encourage you to give at a level that is meaningful to you. If we all do our part, we can continue to provide upgraded technology to our students, the best professional development to our faculty, and keep our campus safe. Click HERE to give online today!



FRIDAY, 10/23: No school due to parent/teacher conferences.

WEDNESDAY, 10/28: Pink Out Day

FRIDAY, 10/30: Special Dress Day, Halloween-themed tops with blue jeans or uniform bottoms allowed.

SUNDAY, 11/01: All Saints' Day. Details about special services scheduled the following week will be sent home soon.




 Meet Mrs. Florence Noyes

Many of you know our beloved art teacher, Mrs. Florence Noyes, who is celebrating 21 years at Trinity Episcopal School. Originally from Mexico City, she has spent 30 years as an islander after moving to Galveston from New York City. Mrs. Noyes has one daughter (a teacher at Ball High) who started in the original two-year-old class at Trinity and graduated in 2008. Mrs. Noyes is a graduate of Texas Christian University with a BBA degree. Her hobbies include reading, cooking, gardening, and traveling. Thank you for all that you do for Trinity and the creativity you bring to our campus, Mrs. Noyes!

Mrs. Noyes's art class working on their "monster" drawings.


October 2 - Lisa Higgins, Middle School History Teacher

October 16 - Rea Sader, 5th Grade/Accommodated Learning Teacher

October 21 - Kelli Acosta, Middle School Science Teacher

October 25 - Sara Thrash, Accommodated Learning Teacher


"He said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.” This is the greatest and first commandment."

-Matthew 22:37-38

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