March 2nd, 3rd, & 4th

Trinity has been asked to serve the Lutheran schools again this year by hosting 18 games of the grade school basketball tournament. We need volunteers to help at the admission table, concessions; experiences scores are also needed if you are interested. If able to help, please complete your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choices on the attached form. We will not schedule you for more than one time slot unless indicated.

All volunteers will receive a COMPLIMENTARY TOURNAMENT BADGE that will give you FREE access to ALL tournament games at ALL sites throughout the weekend (an $8.00 value for students/$12.00 for adults), and you will be able to log your volunteer hours!

We thank you for your prayerful consideration and hope to see you at the Tournament!

Questions?  Please contact Mrs. Wayman directly or reply below.

Auction Meeting


The Auction Committee Meeting originally scheduled for 6:30pm on Thursday, February 15th has been rescheduled to immediately following school dismissal at 3:30pm in Conference Room 1 (just outside the church office).

We ask that you prayerfully consider attending this meeting to share ideas, get updated on where we still need help, and you may even get a sneak peak at the list of items up for auction.

If you have an item that you would like to donate, or if you can’t make the meeting but would still like to participate in some way, please contact Mrs. Koenig or the school office.

We look forward to seeing you there!


We are pleased to let you know that invitations to the upcoming Trinity Tiger Ball Dinner Dance and Auction were sent out last week!

In order to be good stewards, invitations were sent one per household this year. If your family had received multiple invitations in the past (i.e., one for every adult in the house), you should have only received one addressed to the family.  

If for any reason you did not receive an invitation, we have extra in the school office.  Please feel free to stop by and pick one up, or if you would rather, registration and ticket purchase is available online by clicking here.

We thank you all for your continued support of our school and hope you will be able to join us for a fun night of fellowship!


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There are rooms still available for the weekend of February 23 and 24.  If you have an interest in going to the tournament and reserving a room, please contact:

Garden Hotel South Beloit, 200 Dearborn Avenue, South Beloit IL  61080

PHONE: 815-525-3600

Mention Trinity Lutheran in Roselle for $89.99 a night rate.

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Patriots Pen Award

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We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Nic Breiter in 8th grade!  Nic was nominated by the Bloomingdale VFW Post #7539 and honored at the 19th District Awards Banquet of the Patriot’s Pen Competition with his essay “America’s Gift to My Generation”!

We would also like to thank and congratulate all of our students who submitted an essay – we are told the decision to pick the winner of this years contest was one of the most difficult in a long time!


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The Trinity Tiger Ball Auction and Dinner Dance

Invitations will be sent out this week &

Tickets are now available for purchase online!

Help us reach new milestones

Our yearly dinner dance and auction brings a wonderful opportunity to show support for Trinity Lutheran School and the superb education it offers to our students. Walking with Christ and in His Wisdom is what makes our Lutheran education so special!

We need your help to ensure that our school continues reaching new milestones in learning and spiritual growth.  Funds raised this year will bring additional technology, and new science curriculum to our classrooms plus grant-in-aid to students in need who desire a Lutheran education.  In years past, the money raised from this event have gone to purchase classroom interactive Smart Boards, furniture, textbooks, as well as provide tuition assistance.  Let’s do it again, and maintain our leadership role in Lutheran Education!

You can help:

For your convenience, we have included below step-by-step instructions to register online.  Please feel free to contact the school office or Dawn Koenig anytime should you have questions.

We thank you for your ongoing support of Trinity Lutheran School and hope you will be able to join us at the Ball!

2018-19 School Registration – ONLINE PAYMENT

Family registration packets for the 2018-19 School year were sent home last week with your youngest student currently enrolled at Trinity.  If you did not receive a packet, or if you have an additional student that will be attending Trinity next year that you need paperwork for, please contact the school office.

For your convenience, registration payments are being accepted online…just click the corresponding link below.  Please remember, if you have multiple students in different grade levels from Preschool – 8th grade that will be attending, only ONE registration fee of $200 (prior to March 31) is due per family at the time of enrollment/registration.

2018-19 Preschool ONLY Registration Payment:

2018-19 K – 8 FAMILY Registration Payment (families with multiple children pay only one registration fee for grades Preschool – 8)

For your convenience, included below is information on Tuition and Fees, Discounts available, Intro to Smart Tuition, Info on FACTS Grant-In-Aid, Extended Care Enrollment for 2018-19, Summer Camp Registration Packets for both Little Explorers and Discovery Camp.


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The pastor’s children’s message included a riddle: “What has a bushy tail, eats nuts and climbs trees?” The children reflected momentarily and one of them responded, “It sounds like a squirrel, but it must be Jesus.”

Sometimes little children seem to be programmed to reply to every religious and devotional question with “Jesus.” Obviously, it’s not that simple. However, the message that we share with children and that we are blessed to celebrate in our own lives is always “Jesus.”

Jesus is God’s only answer to our sinful conditions and situations. When the questions are raised — “Where is forgiveness?” “Where is there eternal hope?” “Where is there a presence and power for every situation?” — the only answer is “Jesus.”

There are some aspects of our lives that pertain to our teaching and school service, but have little relevance for our family life or other personal contexts. Jesus is more than a school subject shared professionally or academically. Jesus is our personal Savior. Jesus is brought into our family, our social settings and every context of our lives. Jesus blesses every day in every context.

Jesus is the answer for the children in our school every day. During the day, we give many answers to children’s questions. To questions of doubts, hurts, sadness and disappointments, we have the privilege of sharing the answer, “Jesus.”        (Taken from NLSW resources)



Due to the closure of the school for cleaning last week, we have rescheduled the Parent Meeting for tomorrow evening, Tuesday, January 30th in the Activity Room at 7pm.

Important information on new curriculum, registration, etc., will be shared about the upcoming 2018-19 school year.


It seems like only yesterday we were beginning the 2017-18 school year, and here it is time to register for 2018-19!

Registration packets have been sent home to all current families with your youngest student. We ask that you sign and return the Family Registration Form as soon as possible. Early registration assists us in planning staff, curriculum, etc. for the next school year.

If you would like to pay your registration fees online, please remember to also turn in your signed forms. Until the office receives both, your enrollment will not be confirmed.


Did you know that if you have a student in grades K – 8 and decide to pay your tuition in full that you can receive up to a 4% discount?

Click here for more information!


REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLEWe are happy to announce that we will once again be offering our Little Explorers Camp for children ages 3, 4 & 5, as well as our Discovery Camp for children entering grades 1 – 8. Space is limited so be sure to get your registration in as soon as possible!



We are in need of people that are willing to serve as a tour guide for our upcoming Open Houses. The only requirements are that you have a love for Trinity and are willing to answer any questions related to our curriculum, schedules, and any other questions that incoming new families may have.

Please prayerfully consider this opportunity and contact theschool office with your availability or for more information. Clickhere for a copy of our Open House flyer and please feel free to share it with friends and family!


5 – 8 P.M.

Please join us for Our next Dine-to-Donate event at Portillos in Bloomingdale (134 E. Lake Street) on Wednesday, January 31 st from 5-8pm. Portillos will donate 20% of the sales earned by Trinity diners! Dine in, carry out or drive through purchases will all be included when you present the attached Trinity flyer. You must mention the fundraiser at the time of ordering. A hard copy of the flyer will be sent home “Monday mail” the week of January 22nd, or you show Portillos a copy of the flyer from your phone. We hope to see you there…


MARCH 9, 2018

Medinah Banquets

550 Shriners Dr., Addison, IL

Be sure to mark your calendar to join us for a night filled with fun and fellowship! Watch your mailbox for your invitation coming soon!

Donations are now being accepted in the school office. If you would like to donate an item, gift cards, beer, wine, etc., please complete the “ Donor Form ” and drop your donation off anytime!




Wednesday February 7th


We will be welcoming national renowned author and speaker Jodee Blanco to work with us here at Trinity. She will be here the whole day, presenting to the different grade levels a plethora of information from her life as a bullied child.

She will spend time observing the culture here at Trinity, meeting with students who need someone to talk to, students who need advice concerning their role and how to move forward to create a positive change.

After school, she will be presenting a teacher workshop helping teachers to identify bullying, how to assist and intervene effectively, how to incorporate anti-bullying and other life lessons at school. She will present strategies and solutions for dealing with the difficult child and how to create enlightened forms of discipline that are “compassion-centric”.

In the evening (7p.m. in the Family Life Center), she will wrap up the day with a parent/child seminar. She will present warning signs for bullies and victims, and how to intervene and deal with other parents. Children are encouraged to come as she uses them to walk the parents through typical clichés adults use on bullied kids and why they don’t work.

The evening is open to our community, so if you have a friend or a neighbor that you think would be interested, please invite them to join us! We have flyers in the school office and at our front reception desk.

Her books include:

  • Please Stop Laughing at Me..

  • Please Stop Laughing at Us

  • The Please Stop Laughing at Me Journal

  • Bullied Kids Speak Out: We Survived, How You Can Too

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