Trinity Lower School students enjoying academic time on the garth. We are grateful for all of our green space on campus!
TES HOME GAME POLICY
Next week marks the start of the TMS Volleyball season, and we are excited to be hosting games on campus! Please read the highlighted policy points below, and see the attached file for complete volleyball home game procedures. Please note: these policies are in place for home games until further notice.
· ONLY player family members are allowed to attend home games. Families are required to sit together in the marked areas of the bleachers.
o There will be a capacity placed on the seating.
· ALL fans, players, coaches, and support staff must wear a mask at all times in the gym and auxiliary areas.
o Players will be required to wear a mask on the bench. The can wear a mask while playing if they are more comfortable masked.
o Players will not be required to wear a mask while actively playing or warming up.
o Officials are required to wear PPE based on their Association guidelines.
· At this time, there will be NO concessions or admission charged.
· All players, fans, officials, coaches, and support staff with be required to have their temperature taken at arrival.
o Visiting school will have to certify on game day that all players are Covid symptom free.
Please review the attached document for more information, and let me know if you have questions! GO CHARGERS! – Thanks, Anna Hyatt
CLOISTER HALL STUDIO
Cloister Hall Studio offers face to face and online theory-based music lessons for a variety of string instruments, percussion and piano. Lessons can be held on TES campus during PE, recess, or after the school day. For more information contact Clark Duhon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 409-750-1627.
MAKE TES YOUR AMAZONSMILE CHARITY!
Simply go to email@example.com use your existing Amazon account to log in. Designate TES as your charity and shop at smile.amazon.com while supporting our school! See attached flyer for more details.
You may have noticed your child's new green TES mask lanyard. These lanyards are made to keep a mask close to the person when they are eating or taking a quick mask break. There is also a safety breakaway feature. You may notice some teachers will be sending them home daily for students to change out their masks, and they may need help with the clips. These lanyards are not required, but they do help keep masks clean and germ-free. While the first lanyard was complimentary, if you would like to purchase an additional lanyard to have or if yours was lost, they are available for $1 each and can be billed to student accounts. You may contact me or your child’s teacher to purchase any additional lanyards. - Stephanie Frye
SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT BOX TOPS!
This year's teachers deserve our help now more than ever. Use the INVITE FRIENDS button in the app to ask friends, family, and neighbors to support TES. The monthly newsletter with more details is attached. The more people that participate, the faster it adds up. Go Chargers!
Trinity Episcopal School is proud to enter our 68th year of providing an exceptional educational experience on Galveston Island. Stay tuned for more information regarding 2020-2021 Annual Fund. Click HERE to give online today!
SEPTEMBER 14th - 25th, 2020
FRIDAY, 9/18: Progress Reports Go Home
FRIDAY, 9/25: Noon Dismissal and No Extended Day for Staff Development
Meet Ms. Angel Odem
Ms. Odem (PK2) is originally from League City, Texas and moved to Galveston to work at Trinity Beginning School about two years ago! She is entering her third year at Trinity Beginning School and this will be her second year teaching in the PK2 room. When Angel is not at school, she spends her time gardening, baking different types of bread, and watching tv. We're happy to have Ms. Angel Odem as a Trinity Charger!
September 8 - Ron Cordero, Maintenance/Facilities
September 11 - Courtney Carnes, PK4 Teacher
September 13 - Joan Newton, 4th Grade Teacher
September 16 - Arden Cragar, PK4 Teacher
September 19 - Maria Wheeler, PK3 Teacher
September 26 - Chanté Randle, 5th Grade Teacher
"I waited patiently for the Lord; he turned to me and heard my cry. He set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand."
- Psalm 40:1-2