CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ALPHA & OMEGA STUDENTS
We are very proud of our Alpha & Omega Society inductees for 2021-2022. These students have attended Trinity Episcopal School from Kindergarten through 8th grade. We thank them and their families for their long-time commitment to TES. Congratulations to Sam Mixon, James Beasley, Creighton Garcia, Diego Clark, Sophie Kirschner, Christian DeOre, Cole O'Connor, Rosa Koplin, Eli Dean, Hannah Garrison, and Charlotte Cook.
THANK YOU FOR MEETING THE CHALLENGE
Congratulations to the Trinity Chargers on a record-breaking year of annual giving. To learn more about the Annual Fund and celebrate a season of unprecedented fundraising from 2020-2021, please take a look at our Annual Report found HERE. Thank you for partnering with us to fulfill the mission of Trinity Episcopal School.
TES FAMILIES INVOLVED IN HURRICANE IDA VOLUNTEER WORK
Way to go, Chargers! Lower School students Drew Kelso, Ebie & Vivian Ortiz, and Sophia Protz were recent volunteers with the Galveston Chamber of Commerce Donation Drive for victims of Hurricane Ida. Our school community has been involved in multiple relief efforts and we thank you for your donations!
PTO LUAU IS TONIGHT!
Please join us THIS EVENING from 5:30-7 pm on campus at the playground to celebrate the beginning of the school year and the new PTO season! Of course attendance is optional and we urge any members of our school community experiencing any symptoms to please stay home. We are committed to having a safe, fun, outdoor event and abiding by CDC compliance for large gatherings. If attending PTO Luau, please do your best to stay 3 feet apart and keep space when having conversations. We will also provide masks for anyone who needs to use the restroom facilities indoors at the MAC. See you tonight!
BACK TO SCHOOL AUCTION ENDS TONIGHT!
CLICK HERE to access the auction! Bidding ends at 6:30 p.m. and winners will be announced TONIGHT!
TODAY IS THE FINAL DAY FOR HURRICANE IDA DONATIONS
Thank you to everyone who has donated items for Louisiana hurricane relief. Today is the last day to drop off contributions at Trinity Episcopal School and we need your donations by today at 12 pm. All items will be driven to Houma, Louisiana on Sunday, September 12th. For more information, please see attached flyer or contact Meghann Nash with the Nash Family Project at email@example.com or (409) 457-3152.
TRINITY CHURCH ACOLYTE TRAINING
Calling all TEC kids age 7 & up! Join our Acolyte Group!
Training: Tuesday, October 5 - 6:00 p.m. or Sunday, October 10 - 11:45 a.m. In the Sanctuary
Interested? Current acolyte? Join Us! All children ages 7 and up are invited to serve as acolytes during our worship services at Trinity. Come to one of these times for training and get set on the schedule! Watch for more info soon! ~ Trinity Episcopal Church ~
Stay tuned for the big reveal of 2021-2022's Annual Fund theme coming in the next few weeks!
FRIDAY, 9/10: PTO Back To School Luau
Back to School Auction Winners Announced
This corner will alternate between PTO news and faculty/staff spotlights. We are looking forward to kicking off our PTO events tonight with the PTO Luau and hope you will stay informed with everything we have planned for the year!
Stay tuned for more information regarding our Parent Education Event in October. We hope to bring you meaningful, informative, and relevant information.
As a part of our Cultural Education piece, we will be letting you know about cultural events happening in Galveston. Upcoming events include:
Saturday, October 9th: Galveston Arts Center Art Walk
Saturday & Sunday, October 16th-17th: Grand Opera House Artober Fest
Friday-Sunday, October 22nd-24th: Galveston Oktoberfest
SEPTEMBER FACULTY & STAFF BIRTHDAYS
September 8 - Ron Cordero, Maintenance/Facilities
September 11 - Courtney Carnes, PK4 Teacher
September 13 - Joan Newton, 4th Grade Teacher
September 16 - Arden Cragar, 1st Grade Teacher
September 19 - Maria Wheeler, PK3 Teacher
"The law of the Lord is perfectand revives the soul; the testimony of the Lord is sure and gives wisdom to the innocent."