RED RIBBON WEEK
Red Ribbon Week is NEXT WEEK! The significance of the week is to promote an awareness of the dangers of alcohol and other drugs and increase education related to substance abuse, and the program is sponsored this year by Lower School Student Council. Participation is optional, and please remember that students must otherwise be in regular uniform.
Monday, October 28th - Celebrate Red Ribbon Week! (Wear RED shirts with BLUE jeans)
Tuesday, October 29th - Sock it to drugs! (Wear crazy socks with regular Tuesday uniform)
Wednesday, October 30th - Too bright for drugs! (Wear school appropriate neon clothing)
Thursday, October 31st - Too smart for drugs! (Dress as your favorite book character, *Beginning School & Kindergarten refer to your teachers' peeks on traditional Halloween costume allowances)
Friday, November 1st - Be the change you wish to be; live drug-free! (Chapel Dress Uniform)
ARCTIC ADVENTURE SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR
The Arctic Adventure Scholastic Book Fair is “snow” close! We hope everyone can bring the whole family to Eaton Hall for our fun Arctic Afternoon event on Tuesday, November 5th, between 3:00pm and 5:30pm for shopping, ice cream and other frozen treats, games, and arts and crafts. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Check out the attached flyer for more information regarding book fair events, plus how to shop online (beginning on October 27) - visit our digital book fair HERE! Safeguarded volunteers needed, please sign up on the link HERE.
ALL SAINTS' DAY
All Saints' Day Chapel will be held next Friday, November 1. We look forward to commemorating the lives of your faithfully departed loved ones. If you would like to submit the name of a deceased relative to be read aloud in All Saints' Chapel, please CLICK HERE to fill out the form. Holy Communion will be offered and as always, parents are welcome to attend and participate with us. Students and adults are invited to receive communion. If you do not wish your child to receive communion, please discuss this with your child and he or she will receive a blessing instead.
TRINITY FALL CARNIVAL
TES Fall Carnival is coming! The carnival will take place on Friday November 22nd from 12 to 3pm on 22nd street near the Garth. This is an early release day and there will not be extended day. Right now we are soliciting sponsorships for carnival items. Forms went home in Friday folders last week so please complete and return as soon as you can! The carnival would not be possible without the help of sponsorships. Stay tuned for information about wrist bands. Please contact Randy Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lindsay Sonstein at email@example.com with any questions. We hope to see you there!
MIDDLE SCHOOL FIRST QUARTER HONOR ROLL
8th Grade Soccer teammates Connor O'Donohoe, Finn Mignerey, and Vann Lathem at their last soccer away game
Thank you for EVERYONE who has already donated to the 2019-2020 Annual Fund Campaign. Because you inspire, our Trinity students aspire. If you'd like to donate online, you can access our giving page HERE.
MONDAY the 28th
RRW: Wear RED shirts with BLUE jeans
Volleyball Students vs. Faculty/Friends game, 2 p.m.
TUESDAY the 29th
WEDNESDAY the 30th
RRW: Wear school appropriate neon clothing
THURSDAY the 31st
RRW: Dress as your favorite book character
Halloween costumes for Beginning School and Kindergarten
FRIDAY the 1st
All Saints' Day Chapel
RRW: Dress Uniform
Volleyball and Soccer uniforms due
Arctic Adventure Book Fair Begins (Sunday)
We will have our annual Halloween Day Parade on Thursday, Oct. 31st at 11:15. Please have your child wear their costumes to school. We ask that your child’s costume is appropriate for school, we do not allow any weapons. Please note that we will continue our daily routines, which includes outside play. Trinity is NOT responsible for any damage done to costumes. If your child stays for extended day, please send a change of clothes.
October 2 - Lisa Higgins, MS History Teacher
October 11 - Aimee McBride, BS Teacher
October 16 - Rea Sader, 5th Grade Teacher
October 21 - Kelli Acosta, MS Science Teacher
October 26 - Caitlin Powell, 2nd Grade Teacher
"But we must always give thanks to God for you, brothers and sisters beloved by the Lord, because God chose you as the first fruits for salvation through sanctification by the Spirit and through belief in the truth."
- 2 Thessalonians 2:13