SAMPLES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE TO VIEW FOR SIZE OUTSIDE SCHOOL OFFICE!
As you may already be aware, next week is our first Spirit Week of the year! Earlier in the month, students were invited to draw what they thought Trinity Spirit is to them and submit their entry for a chance to be the newest addition to our Spirit Buttons.
Congratulations goes out to Emily N. in 8th grade! She is the winner of this months contest!
Spirit buttons with Emily’s design will be on sale for students, parents and staff to purchase during lunch and after school TOMORROW, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18TH for 50 cents each.
A Spirit Assembly will take place on Monday at 2:45 p.m. in the East Gym – parents are welcome to attend! For your convenience, below is the schedule of attire for next week:
- Monday – spirit day with flair (Pep assembly at 2:45 – best class AND class winners will be announced)
- Tuesday – clash day – mix and match with crazy hair and/or socks
- Wednesday – dress your best (non-uniform day)
- Thursday – neon/bright color day
- Friday – comfy/cozy day
Have you considered decorating a Trunk or Trunk or Treat on October 28th?
It’s easy and fun and will directly impact our community! We are expecting 500 people!
If you don’t think you’re creative enough or have enough time- DONT WORRY! Just show up with simple decorations or a car full of candy! This is all about fun and outreach- so don’t stress!
We will even have a Participation Prize Drawing for every car who shows up!
Have a business you want to promote? Set up a table with flyers and distribute candy and info!
We want this Trunk or Treat to be a huge success!
We apologize for the short notice, however, due to a technical error, we have been informed that the online sales portion of the recent book fair will close a day early (that means today people). Get those orders in now!!!!
We did the study, you heard the sermon, now lets watch the movie!
An award-winning investigative journalist — and avowed atheist — who applies his well-honed journalistic and legal skills to disprove the newfound Christian faith of his wife .. with unexpected, life-altering results.
Friday, November 2nd at 7 pm in the Family Life Center
- Free Admission
- Free Childcare
- Free Popcorn
Bring your friends, family, neighbors!
Register below how many will be attending and how many of those will be children.
Explore God is coming this January. As a church we are preparing now to invite our family, friends and neighbors to explore with us. We all have questions about God, faith, and purpose; Explore God is a unique effort to come together to look at these questions in an open, authentic way.
Join your hosts Carole Arco and Paul Bocci for the “Making an Invitation that People Want to Accept” webinar. During this training you will learn how to meet the challenge of inviting people to come to an Explore God group and to have dynamic group discussions.
The training will be in Trinity’s Church Library. Doors open at 7:00 pm with the webinar starting at 7:30 pm. Feel free to bring someone.
For more information or to RSVP reply here or email email@example.com.
IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN! The TLIT Tournament is only 3 weeks away!
We are looking for volunteers for the upcoming TLIT tournament the week of October 22nd . If you are able to serve in any way, please complete the fillable form below and return to Mrs. Wayman or the school office by WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10TH. The worker schedule will be out on Wednesday, October 17th.
Your help is greatly appreciated – this tournament could not run without help from volunteers!
Next week Friday is Picture Day! Forms were sent home last week (extra’s are available outside the school office).
Students may dress out of uniform, however, we ask that school policy be followed (no ripped or torn jeans, leggings must be under a skirt/dress, no spaghetti straps, etc.).
Completed order forms with payment should be brought in THE DAY OF PICTURES. Online orders should please bring a copy of your receipt. Students will bring these with them at the time they take their picture.
PARENT HELP NEEDED
We are looking for at least 3 – 4 parents to be here to assist (i.e., walk classes down, comb hair, assist photographers). If you are available and willing to help, please respond below or contact the school office.
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
All Are Welcome!
We know that all families want the best for their children, and research shows that family engagement has a positive impact on children’s reading achievement.
Come enjoy an interactive evening with guest readers and special time with your children. We encourage you to bring flashlights and blankets for a fun time exploring new adventures in literature beginning in classrooms and moving into the gym, ending the evening with milk and cookies!
A wide variety of books will be on hand for you to choose from and several will be available for sale at the end of the evening for 25 cents.
Invite friends, family & neighbors! This event is open to the community.
The new tax law: what it means for you
New tax laws can have implications on your finances for years to come – not just when it comes time to file. These changes may mean you need to revisit some aspects of your strategy, including:
- College planning, such as new rules for 529 plans.
- Charitable giving, particularly with shifts in claiming itemized deductions.
- Retirement savings, like whether you’re better off contributing to a traditional IRA or Roth IRA.
These are just to name a few. Find out how you and your family fare under the new changes. Register for this free workshop to learn more about the important new tax law.
Contact Joel Eggerding at 630-310-6713, firstname.lastname@example.org or register on-line by clicking here.