Week At A Glance 11/1/19

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The Arctic Adventure Scholastic Book Fair is open! Please check the attached flyer for information regarding the COIN CHALLENGE, book fair events, and online shopping.

Sunday, November 3rd - Friday, November 8th

Sunday 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Monday/Wednesday/Thursday 8:00 am-3:30 pm

Tuesday 8:00 am-5:30pm

Friday 8:00 am-12:00pm

Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the Arctic Afternoon event on Tuesday, November 5th. Come and go from 3:00pm - 5:30pm. The Hospitality Heath ER ice cream truck will be onsite offering complimentary frozen treats to all attendees! All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Safeguarded volunteers needed. NEW time slots open! Please sign up HERE.

Also NEW this year is the eWallet payment option!  No cash?  No problem! With the eWallet digital payment option, your student can create an account and add credit before the book fair even begins.  To learn more or load your student's eWallet, click HERE.




Thank you to everyone who has donated to the fall carnival fund already!  We can still use your sponsorships - this time-honored Trinity tradition would not be possible without you.  CLICK HERE to fill out a digital sponsorship form. Stay tuned for information about wrist bands.  Please contact Randy Garcia at jrgar1@sbcglobal.net or Lindsay Sonstein at lksonste@utmb.edu with any questions.  We hope to see you there!



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Mrs. Allain's students guessed Coach Johnson's Book Character immediately, can you?



Cloister Hall Studio offers theory-based music lessons for a variety of string instruments and percussion. Lessons can be held on TES campus during PE, recess, and lunch periods as well as after school. There are still a few times available to fill. For more information contact Clark Duhon at cloisterhallstudio@gmail.com or 409-750-1627.






 Kindergartener Marty McFly reminds us to set our clocks back this weekend.




Did you know that Trinity Episcopal School now has an enrollment of 275 students?  Giving to the TES Annual Fund allows us to enhance the Trinity experience for every single student.  Whether it's increasing campus security or providing optimal professional development opportunities for faculty, every dollar matters and no gift is too small!  If you'd like to donate online, you can access our giving page HERE.  

 NOVEMBER 4th - 8th

MONDAY the 4th

Arctic Adventure Coin Challenge begins - pennies

TUESDAY the 5th
Arctic Afternoon, after school until 5:30 p.m. at Eaton Hall

Green Polo Chapel Uniform

Arctic Adventure Coin Challenge - nickels


Arctic Adventure Coin Challenge - dimes 

 THURSDAY the 7th

Dress Chapel Uniform

Arctic Adventure Coin Challenge - quarters

FRIDAY the 8th

Spirit Day: Wear TES t-shirt

Arctic Adventure Book Fair ends


Have a great one!




On Thursday, Nov. 7th PK4 classes will walk to Fire Station #1 at 9:10. Please send your child to school in a Trinity shirt or a green or gold shirt. 


Reminder: Only green, gold, navy, white, black, or grey outerwear can be worn in classrooms.

Please remember to send in a doctor’s note if your child misses class due to illness.


Middle School has started wearing blazers for Thursday chapel – please make sure your blazer fits, has pins that have been earned at Trinity only by you and is ready each and every Thursday for dress uniform. 




Check Winter Sports Calendar at tesgalv.org for practice information.




November 2 - Donna Cucco, MS Lead Teacher

November 3 - Patti Muniz, BS Teacher

November 8 - Shannan Pfeifer, Advancement & Admission Assistant

November 16 - Anna Hyatt, MS Program Director

November 23 - Theresa Pistone, Technology Director




"I have heard of your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love towards all the saints, and for this reason I do not cease to give thanks for you as I remember you in my prayers."

- Ephesians 1:15-16

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