PTO BACK TO SCHOOL LUAU
Friday, September 13th
Lower & Middle school classroom visits
Pizza and Le'ale'a (fun!) for PK2-8th Students and Families
At the Lower School Playground (or the MAC if it rains)
EIGHTH GRADE FUNDRAISING
For all the families attending tonight's Back to School Luau, there will be select pieces of spirit gear and $10 Charger Cards available for sale. All proceeds benefit 8th Grade families! Cash or checks (payable to TES) are accepted. Please contact Cindi Lyons with any questions: (email@example.com).
Did you know that you can now access all things financial on My Backpack? You can digitally acquire monthly statements, account summaries, and a breakdown of charges. You can also make online payments for EVERYTHING (tuition, lunch, field trips, snack shack, sports fees, etc.). The link for My Backpack is available through our website at the bottom right-hand corner of the homepage (tesgalv.org). This new convenient feature is made possible thru your generous donations to the Annual Fund. Please contact Finance Director Melanie Buck with any questions: (firstname.lastname@example.org).
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ALPHA OMEGA INDUCTEES
Alpha Omega Inductees were recognized in chapel on Thursday, September 12. These honorees have attended Trinity Episcopal School at least since they were in Kindergarten. Each of these 8th Graders was presented with an Alpha-Omega lapel pin and invited to breakfast together with Mr. Ravelli and Ms. Hyatt to reminisce about their days at Trinity. Top row: Erik Ivash, Vann Lathem, Ella Sullivan. Middle Row: Molly Lyons, Charli Dean. Front Row: Evelyn Gault. Not Pictured: Mada Berry.
The Duke Talent Identification Program identifies academically talented students to provide model programs and services to support the development of their optimal educational potential. The students in the seventh-grade class who have qualified for the 2019-20 Duke Talent Identification program: Back row: Sasha Skormin, Sawyer Farroni, Camille Earl, Issy Wisner. Middle Row: Clara Christy-Baxter, Parker Koza, Camryn Acosta. Front Row: Moya Hudson, Jacob Hart, Lawson Rees, Zeke Zein-Eldin.
DAR CONSTITUTION WEEK
The George Washington Chapter of National Society Daughters of the American Revolution invite you to join them in celebrating Constitution Week, September 17-23, 2019. This week commemorates the 232nd signing of the Constitution and celebrates the foundation of America, which keeps alive the memory of the brave men and women who secured our nation's independence and made possible the liberties we enjoy today! Thank you to Trinity parishioner and TES volunteer, Cheryl Tucker - DAR Registrar & Constitution Week Chair, for always bringing more patriotism to our school. Please contact Cheryl for more information or questions: (email@example.com).
TAE KWON DO LESSONS
It's not too late to sign up for Tae Kwon Do at Trinity! Renowned Martial Arts instructor, Master Robles, is leading after-school classes on Wednesdays (September 18 & 25) from 3:00-3:45 p.m. in the MAC. Cost is $15/session. Please make checks payable to TES and contact Coach Johnson with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trinity Episcopal School is proud to celebrate 67 years of excellence in education. Last year's Annual Fund Campaign set the record for the highest level of participation among families and the highest dollar amount raised in school history. Each year, we count on the Annual Fund to help make a positive difference for our students. Our goal this year is to have 100% participation from current parents, Trustees and faculty! CLICK HERE to make a donation or learn more about Annual Fund.