WEEK AT A GLANCE
NEWS YOU CAN USE
TODAY, NOVEMBER 16th is NOON DISMISSAL
Extended Day childcare is available until 5:30 p.m. Please send a sack lunch if your child will be staying in Extended Day.
TES FALL CARNIVAL TODAY, NOVEMBER 16th from 12:00-3:00 pm on the Garth
It is time for the TES Fall Carnival! Wristband required to enter. Children must be accompanied by an adult (adults enter free).
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS: November 19th-23rd
“Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever.” – I Chronicles 16:34
FREE TICKETS for THE GRAND
Everyone is welcome to free student tickets plus their parents for the Galveston Symphony performance this Sunday, November 18 at the Grand 1894 Opera House at 4:00. This performance features the Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.3. To reserve tickets please email Alice O’Quinn at email@example.com
BOX TOPS CONTEST WINNERS!
Our Fall Box Top collections have been counted! CONGRATULATIONS to these winners:
Beginning School – Ms. Jobe – 223
Lower School – Mrs. Shaffner – 377
Middle School – Mrs. Charpentier – 359
These classes will soon be enjoying a picnic on the beautiful Garth. It was a close race though, so great job to everyone! The Spring contest will be here before you know it, so keep collecting and submitting! – Box Top Committee, Kristin O’Rourke and LaDale Rein
Click HERE to donate to the Annual Fund through Paypal.
MONDAY the 26th
Sign & Return Progress Reports
TUESDAY the 27th
Chapel Dress – Green Shirt
PK3 & PK4 Field Trip to The Grand
WEDNESDAY the 28th
THURSDAY the 29th
Chapel Dress – Jumpers/Plaid Skirt, Oxford Shirts, Boy’s Tie
FRIDAY the 30th
Return Friday Folder
November 16th: Noon Dismissal
November 19th-23rd: Thanksgiving Holidays
On Tuesday, November 27th, PK3 and PK4 will be walking to The Grand Opera House to see Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure. Please have your child wear a Trinity shirt or Trinity colors. We will leave the school around 9:40 a.m. and return before noon.
2nd – Donna Cucco, MS Lead Teacher
3rd – Patti Muniz, PK3 Teacher
16th – Anna Hyatt, MS Program Director
23rd – Theresa Pistone, Director of Technology
23rd – Katy Colvin, 4th Grade Teacher
What does the name GALVESTON mean?
LAST WEEK: Galveston was named for Bernardo de Gálvez, a Spanish colonial governor and general. Gálvez sent Jose de Evia to chart the Gulf of Mexico from the Texas coast to New Orleans, and on July 23, 1786, de Evia charted an area near the mouth of a river and named it Galveston Bay.