Week At A Glance 9-8-23


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We hope you can join us for the PTO Luau TODAY at 5:30 pm. Please see flyer above with more information. We can't wait to see our Trinity Families on the playground to celebrate Back-To-School season!

Thank you to our TES cheerleaders for a fun drop-off this morning to get our Luau Day started off right! 



These students above have attended Trinity from Kindergarten all the way to 8th grade and many of them have been at Trinity since Beginning School! We are so happy to have them and their families with us from the beginning to the end. A special thank you to Rachel Brown for organizing the Alpha & Omega ceremony.



Mrs. Healy's 2nd grade students recently traveled to Rosenberg Library for their weekly visit. We are grateful that all of our Trinity students have access to this amazing community resource. For all Rosenberg Library events, check out their calendar here!



Coach Johnson is returning to our campus for a 5-week Chess course after-school from 3-4 on Tuesdays. This is a great course for both beginners and experienced players, alike. There will be a tournament to conclude the course. Rules, maneuvers, and strategies to be taught. Regardless of your child’s level of play they will learn and have fun at the same time. Children are encouraged to attend even if hesitant to try out a game that young and old can enjoy. (All grades K-8 are invited.) Cost is $12/session. Parents will be billed by TES at conclusion of course. The first meeting will be on 9/19 and will meet for 5 consecutive Tuesdays (9/19-10/17). Students should be picked up at the MAC entrance at 4 pm. If students are not picked up at 4 pm, they will check into Extended Day for an additional fee. FOCUS FOR THIS SESSION OF CHESS MASTERS IS END OF GAME MANEUVERS.




Stories of The Great 1900 Storm

Saturday, September 9, 2023 – 5:00 p.m.

 Free and open to the public.

Trinity Episcopal Church - 22nd and Winnie Streets

In commemoration of the 123rd Anniversary of The Great 1900 Storm, fourth generation Galvestonian Linda Macdonald will share the personal experiences of many who faced the Great 1900 Storm, including her grandfather. The deadliest hurricane ever to strike the United States, the storm killed 8,000 men, women and children. Linda will describe the sounds, horrors, bravery, death and survival of September 8, 1900 in this island community. Her talk will be in the sanctuary of Trinity Episcopal Church, itself a storm survivor. A light reception will follow.

Damage from the 1900 Storm

Trinity Episcopal Church following the 1900 Storm. The entire South wall collapsed during the storm.

Linda Macdonald

Named to the 1900 Storm Centennial Committee by the City of Galveston, Linda Macdonald has been invited to speak to numerous groups around the state and nation about the storm. A fourth generation Galvestonian, many of her stories come from her grandfather, who lived through the storm. She has appeared on several PBS programs, the History Channel, Weather Channel, and Discovery Channel, as well as local and national network news programs. She also spoke worldwide via live streaming to the International Red Cross Disaster Preparedness Directors with numerous translators sharing her stories.






FRIDAY, 9/8: PTO Luau

Virtue Friday (Light Blue)

THURSDAY, 9/14: Love Your Teacher Lunch

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CLICK HERE to access our new Facebook page!

CLICK HERE to purchase Trinity merchandise from our Charger Market.


MONDAY, 11/20-24/23: Thanksgiving Break

THURSDAY, 12/21/23: Lessons & Carols and Noon Dismissal

FRIDAY, 12/22/23-MONDAY 1/8/24: Christmas Break

TUESDAY, 1/9/24: Students Return for Spring '24 Semester


 Happy Friday! Don't forget to join us on the playground for pizza tonight at 5:30 pm for PTO Luau! 



September 13 - Joan Newton, 4th Grade Teacher 

September 15 - Annie Blancken, Director of Choir & Musical Theater/Music Teacher

September 16 - Arden Cragar, 1st Grade Teacher, Margarita Sims, PK2-1st Grade Music Teacher

September 19 - Maria Wheeler, PK3 Teacher

"Sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the whole earth. Sing to the Lord and bless his Name; proclaim the good news of his salvation from day to day."

-Psalm 96:1-2


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