THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESILIENCE
In the midst of unprecedented changes, Trinity Episcopal School continues to serve as a model school in crisis response. Teachers have responded to this challenge and pivoted quickly, and so have you! We are grateful for our teachers, students, parents, and entire school community as we navigate these uncharted waters. Thank you for a successful first week of distance learning! Please continue to stay in contact with your child's teacher (via Class Dojo), be on the lookout for TES emails, and visit the school website (tesgalv.org) for the latest information.
AN ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE OFFICE OF ADVANCEMENT
It probably will not come as a surprise that the annual TES Spring Event, scheduled for April 24, 2020, has been cancelled. This decision is in the best interest of our families, event attendees, vendors, and the entire TES community.
Countless hours have been invested by many phenomenal volunteers and we thank them, and our generous donors, for the wonderful ways in which they have supported the Spring Casual already this year. We would especially like to acknowledge event co-chairs Lynsey Ginsberg and Courtney Carnes for their dedicated and gracious service to Trinity.
We will keep you posted on any new developments and plans as we make it through this critical time.
MR. WHEELER'S INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO TEACHING
Take a behind-the-scenes look at Mr. Wheeler's studio where he creates the content for his exciting new "Lost in Math" YouTube channel - CLICK HERE to enjoy, and don't forget to subscribe to his channel!
Our Trinity family is awesome - 100% of supply bags were distributed, teachers and staff even made home deliveries for laptops and supplies! Excellent job, team!
Mrs. Cragar's Kindergarten class holding their first "Class Meeting" - we love seeing your Zoom photos!
4th Grade student Logan Walker keeping busy during self-isolation by doing hands-on science after completing her classwork. She is logging her most recent observation for her apple experiment, in which she researched what makes apples turn brown and what substances can be used to slow down the process. She also created different catapults for comparison. The Walkers were looking for projects that used items they already had at home and came across mommypoppins.com, which happens to be a great resource. Logan misses her classmates and coming to school!
PK3 student River Farroni shows off his work while enjoying some fresh air!
PK3 student Liliana Reeves hard at work!
GRANDPARENTS & SPECIAL FRIENDS' DAY
This special day feels even more precious to us now. On March 6th, we were joined by more than 200 guests who came from near and far to visit their grandchildren and meet the teachers. We thank co-chairs Kristin O’Rourke and Jocelyn Sullivan for all of their hard work hosting such a marvelous event. We would also like to acknowledge the Schott family for generously donating the scrumptious brunch prepared by Chopin Mon Ami. - Chloe Knauer
A MESSAGE TO STUDENTS FROM OUR ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT
Dear Chargers- I hope you are all doing well and staying active. Remember what we spoke about before our break about staying positive, washing away our germs, and doing what we can to help others. Find time every day to think about what you are thankful for. Continue to work on your goals and remember to adjust those goals as you need to. Never forget that you can handle anything that comes your way. I miss you all and cannot wait to see those smiling faces! - Coach Johnson
Let's work together to meet our goal of 100% parent participation for all grades! Click HERE to give online today!
MONDAY the 30th
TUESDAY the 31st
WEDNESDAY the 1st
THURSDAY the 2nd
FRIDAY the 3rd
April 8 - Michelle Copeland, BS Aide & Extended Day
April 13 - Taylor Williams, 1st Grade Teacher
April 16 - Trisha Leimer, Beginning School Director
April 19 - Melanie Buck, Finance Director
"Jesus said to her, ‘I am the resurrection and the life. Those who believe in me, even though they die, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die."
- John 11:25-26