WEEK AT A GLANCE
NEWS YOU CAN USE
2019 CITIZENSHIP AWARD RECIPIENTS
The following students have been selected as one of the outstanding citizens in his/her homeroom this year. These students have demonstrated this in so many ways throughout the school year, and they have established amazing qualities by being honest and trustworthy while respecting the property and rights of others. The following students demonstrate compassion and are a good neighbor to his/her peers:
Kinder: Buergler: Riley Anne Sullivan and Jude Lerner. Cragar: Jocelyn Borsellino and Jake Reynolds. | 1st: Allain: Hayden Hardcastle and Mac Sullivan. Williams: Sawyer Cook and Ruthie Williams. | 2nd: Krinock: Connor Dorado and Erin Worthen. | 3rd: Rushing: Mason Wisner and Madelyn Ginsberg. Wisner: Molly Berry and Hudson Conrad. | 4th: Colvin: Avery Moore and Justice Goss. Newton: Alise Lankford and Ace Reeves. | 5th: Brown: Caleb Stein and Cloey Richard. Shaffner: Diego Clark and Christian DeOre. | 6th: Charpentier: Luke Leimer and Lawson Rees. | 7th: Higgins: Connor O’Donohoe and Evelyn Gault. | 8th: Wheeler: Katie Collins and Emily Cook.
GREEN & GOLD GAMES: MAY 21st
Green and Gold Games will be held on Tuesday, May 21st from 10-12:30. The green team versus the gold team will have their annual showdown and compete in field day type games to score points for their teams. Please send a water bottle with your child and have them dress in appropriate athletic wear. A green or gold shirt will be given to them Wednesday morning before the games begin. A few volunteers are still needed for this day. If you can work from 9:30-12:30, email Stephanie Frye at email@example.com. After the games, Students and teachers will not need lunch on Tuesday for GGG. Pizza, oranges, pretzels, and popsicles will be provided and served by PTO members! Thank you, PTO!
HONOR’S DAY: May 22nd
Honor’s Day will be held on Wednesday, May 22nd, in Trinity Episcopal Church at 10:30 am. Please have your student wear their Thursday dress uniform. Seats are open on a first come basis and must have a person present to hold those seats. Honor’s Day is a full day of school with regular dismissal at 3:00 pm.
2019 TRINITY TALENT SHOW!: May 22nd
Come see all of the stupendous performances our students have put together on Wednesday the 22nd at 1:30 in the Big Room upstairs in Eaton Hall. – Mr. Wheeler
GRADUATION: May 23rd
Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2019 will be held on Thursday, May 23rd in Trinity Episcopal Church at 7:00 in the evening. Students in grades 1-7 are required to attend in their Thursday dress uniform to congratulate the graduates on receiving the highest honor given at Trinity Episcopal School. A light reception given by the Class of 2020 will be held directly following the service. Students unable to attend will need to pick up their report cards from the front office starting Friday, May 24th.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL: JUNE 10-14
ROAR ~ Life is Wild, God is Good! Vacation Bible School @ Trinity! Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 12:00, June 10-14th. Open to children age 4 through rising 5th grade. The $10 registration fee includes daily snacks, sciencey gizmos, and games, water day, songs, stories, making new friends and learning the Word of God! Please return the registration form to the School or Church Office. Volunteers needed, for one hour, one day, or all week! (childcare for volunteers provided for littles) Junior Leaders (rising 6th graders through high school) will receive Service Hours (and have fun)! Middle Schoolers, get your required service hours for next year done before school even starts! Youth volunteers must also register, but not pay a fee. Questions? DAlvarado@TrinityGalv.org
2019 CAMP INVENTION: June 17th-21st
Grades K-6th: as Campers & 7th-9th: as Leaders in Training
Register at www.invent.org/camp or 800-968-4332. The camp fee is $245, and is held from 9:00-3:30 pm; Extended Care is available to 5:00 pm, and must be signed up for online here. Contact Elizabeth Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
*Note: 7th-9th grade kids that sign up as Leaders in Training only pay $145
If your child needs a review of math skills, reading skills, or wants to get a jump start for next year, consider summer tutoring beginning June 10th with Mrs. Debbie Kelemen. Limited space is available. Contact Mrs. Kelemen at 409-256-3048 for details.
THANK YOU, VOLUNTEERS!!
Thank You, Trinity Parents! Thank you to all of the 2018-2019 parent volunteers whose hours and hours of hard work ensured the best possible experience for our students this year. Fundraising event chairs, Class Captains, room parents, library helpers, lunchroom monitors, field trip chaperones: you are the heartbeat of our school and we appreciate you beyond measure!! – Chloe Knauer, Director, Advancement and Admission
Click HERE to donate to the Annual Fund through Paypal.
MONDAY the 20th
Last Monday of this school year!
TUESDAY the 21st
Green & Gold Games 10:00-12:30 pm
WEDNESDAY the 22nd
PK 4 Moving Up Ceremony 9:00 am: Upstairs Eaton Hall
Honors Day 10:30 am: Chapel
Talent Show 1:30 pm: Upstairs Eaton Hall
THURSDAY the 23rd
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
Early Dismissal: No Lunch or Extended Day
GRADUATION at 7:00 pm: Chapel
FRIDAY the 24th
Enjoy Your SUMMER!!!
MAY IMPORTANT DATES:
May 21st: Green & Gold Games
May 22nd: PK4 Moving Up, Honors Day & Talent Show
May 23rd: Last Day Of School, Noon Dismissal
May 24th: Parent-Teacher Conferences
On Wednesday, May 22nd Beginning School will have our PK4 Graduation & Musicale at 9:00 am in The Big Room (upstairs in Eaton Hall). Following graduation, all students (PK2-PK4) will sing in the musicale. After the Graduation and Musicale PK4 will have a celebration in Eaton Hall. PK3 will return to Beginning School to have their celebrations & PK2 will return to Beginning School. PK2 will have their celebration on the last day of school.
MAY & JUNE BIRTHDAYS
May 4th – Stacy Wisner, 3rd Grade Teacher
May 12th – Stephanie Frye, Director of Student Life
May 12th – Roland Mora, Maintenance
May 18th – Anne Charpentier, Middle School Teacher, Literature
May 20th – Ruben Rincon, Spanish Teacher
May 30th – Chloe Knauer, Director of Advancement & Admission
June 5th – John Wheeler, Middle Teacher, Math
June 6th – Monica Hays, PK2 Aide
LAST WEEK: There have only been 16 unprovoked shark attacks documented over more than 100 years off the Galveston coast from 1911-2014.