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NOODLES NEEDED

As summer reaches it’s end, and you find you have no place to store your noodles (pool noodles, that is) for the winter, consider donating to a good cause…..Trinity GYM CLASS!

Our new teacher, Mr. Grider, is in need of about 40 – 50 Pool Noodles that are gently used for use in our PE classes.  If you would like to donate your noodles, please drop them off at the front reception desk, or in the school office.

Thank you for sharing your Noodles!

SCHOOL SUPPLIES AVAILABLE

As many of you may know, we were very blessed on “School Supply Sunday” by our congregation and received an abundance of school supplies.

We still have a lot left on hand – markers, glue, notebooks, clipboards, colored pencils, etc. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, please contact the school office at marys@trinityroselle.com to let us know when you would like to come in.

Assigned Family Parking & Middle School Information

Multiple emails were sent yesterday to all families with students in grades K – 8 that contained important information on your assigned family parking spaces, parent headmaster log-in info, middle school students headmaster log-in info and locker assignments.

If you did not receive this information, please be sure to check your spam/junk mail folders. If you find that you still don’t have it, please contact the school office as soon as possible.

2017-18 Parent Handbook Grades K – 8

Attached below for your convenience is a pdf copy of the 2017-18 Parent Handbook for those with students in grades K – 8.  A hard copy of this book will also be distributed to each family.  Those with students in preschool will receive a separate Parent Handbook that contains information specific to that grade level.

Once you have reviewed the handbook with your student(s), please sign and return a copy of the form below for our records.

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CUB SCOUTS – GRADES K – 5

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Do you have a student in Kindergarten through 5th grade that is interested in joining the Cub Scouts?  Perhaps you were unaware that Trinity had a troop?

Unfortunately, our troop is in danger of dismantling due to low numbers (these kids keep getting older and moving on!).  If you, or perhaps someone you know outside of the Trinity Lutheran School community, are interested in more information on joining, please contact Michelle Eggerding at armeggerding@yahoo.com no later than August 15th.

Help us SAVE this AWESOME troop and pass the word!

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2017-18 MIDDLE SCHOOL ELECTIVES

We know you have all been waiting with excited anticipation……THE ELECTIVE FORM IS READY!!

All students in grades 5 – 8 are required to complete the attached “Student Elective Survey Form” and return to the school office no later than next week Wednesday, August 2nd.  Forms MUST BE SIGNED BY A PARENT OR THEY WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Changes have been made to our Elective Policy this year – please be sure to pay special attention to the instructions – especially those marked in red.

Questions?  Please contact the school office and we will be happy to help!

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Gretchen Musa

There’s no language on the elective form? And can they choose study skills AND study hall? Also, is Friday a study hall/class meeting like it was last year?

Mary Swank

Hi Mrs. Musa – thank you for asking!  In the past, we have offered a language during electives, however, it was not received well and students did not sign-up.  As to the question of taking both the “Study Skills” and a “Study Hall” in the same semester, yes!  These are two different classes with different content/curriculum so both are allowed.  A student, however, may NOT take more than one Study Hall in a Semester.  Friday will be the Academic Advisory class in homerooms – same as we had last year.  Hope this helps! 🙂

Volunteers needed for the school

Mrs. Koenig has packed up many books of old curriculum and has many more to do. She is looking for someone who could make a trip to “SCARCE to deliver them

 

It is located in Roosevelt Glen Corporate Center

Address is:      2,  799 Roosevelt Rd. #108

                                Glen Ellyn,  IL    60137

 

Books are packed and setting in the front part of the library (on, under, and around the tables right by the doors), ready to go, if you can make a trip.

 

Also,if you have some extra time and would like to help pack some boxes, please let her know.

Confirmation Informational Meeting

Trinity Families!

If you have a child going into 6th, 7th, or 8th grade this fall please mark your calendars for our informational meeting on August 16th.

6th Grade Families the meeting is 6:00-6:30pm

7th &8th Grade Families the meeting is 6:30-7:30pm


Come join us as we answer all questions about schedule, registration, expectations, and more! See you there!

Opportunities to Serve at Trinity

Do you find yourself thinking….“Gee, I wish I could be more involved at Trinity, but I don’t know what I could do, or how to get started.”

Well ask no more!  Trinity is always looking for people to use their God given talents in a variety of areas.  Some of these opportunities may even be paid positions….however, most are not.

Look over the list of the opportunities provided on the form attached here  – there is something for everyone!  It doesn’t matter if you can only serve once, for an hour or on a regular basis!

Trinity loves our volunteers and would not be able to thrive like we do without your help!   Please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have – forms can be turned in at the front reception desk or in the school and church office.

“Therefore, whenever we have the opportunity, we should do good to everyone—especially to those in the family of faith”.   Galatians 6:10

Walk-A-Thon Dunk Tank – RESCHEDULED

Due to the inclement weather today, and after seeking several parent opinions, we have made the decision to reschedule the “Dunk Tank” part of our festivities today until NEXT WEEK FRIDAY, MAY 26TH.

We chose Field Day, May 26th, as the 8th grade students will be returning from their Washington D.C. trip early that morning and will be able to participate.

We apologize for any disappointment this decision may cause, but for the health and welfare of our teachers and students, we thought it best.

IN OTHER NEWS  – because of this delay, we are also allowing any student that may not have hit their $150 goal to turn in additional funds so that they too have an opportunity at trying to dunk their teacher!*