Join us at 7pm tonight for a presentation on “Parents, Kids and Money Matters”.

Everyone is welcome to attend, regardless of registration. There will be two separate sessions held simultaneously – one for adults and one for children.
Adults will meet in the Family Life Center and the kids will be in the REC. Both sessions will last one hour, so you will be out the door by 8pm!!

We hope you will be able to join us!


Now that we have your attention…..we want to remind you to mark your calendars and invite a friend, neighbor or family member to join you at our upcoming Parent University next week Wednesday, May 9th, at 7 p.m.

Hosted by Thrivent Financial representative Joel Eggerding, get tips and tools to help your child learn about money choices – share, save and spend.

There is a separate fun and educational kids’ session at the same time for children ages 6 – 10 years of age.  This is where the “Free Pigs” come in….all kids that attend will receive a free piggy bank to help them learn how to share, save and spend!

In order to ensure an accurate count of piggies, please email Joel at if you plan to attend.

We hope to see you there!



Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see our middle school players in “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare – Abridged” this weekend!

Friday, May 4th @ 7 p.m.

Saturday, May 5th @ 4:30 p.m.

Tickets are available for $5 each at our front reception desk between 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.  Questions? Please feel free to contact us anytime!


Now that Spring has finally “Sprung”, it’s time to think about planting those flower beds!

Did you know that the 2018 Annual Flower Sale hosted by our Trinity Music and Arts Ministry is happening now?  What a great way to purchase your spring flowers for planting and support a wonderful Trinity ministry!

Attached for your use is a copy of the Flower Order Form.  Please be sure to turn it in with payment (check made out to Trinity) by 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 8th.  Flower pick-up will begin on Thursday, May 17th after 12 noon.

Happy Spring!!!!


It’s hard to believe that we have already begun registration for our Summer Camp programs! 

If you are interested in signing up your child(ren) in our Little Explorer program for 3 – 5 year old’s, our Discovery Camp for children entering 1st – 6th grade, or any one of our Sports camps for students grades 3 – 8, we have included the registration forms/packets below for your convenience.  Paper copies are also available at our front reception desk, or just outside the school office.

Questions?  Please contact Mrs. Steger for questions about Little Explorers, Mrs. Kelly for questions on Discovery Camp or Mr. Scheiwe for questions about the Sports Camps.


April is “Autism Awareness Month”!

To show our support of those affected by Autism, we will be participating in a week long celebration of Spirit Days with our friends in the LASSO classes all next week, April 23rd through April 27th..

Monday – Blend Together Day – Tye-Dye Day

Tuesday – Together Everyone Accomplishes More – Sports Team Day

Wednesday – Be an Individual – Dress Nice (Chapel day)

Thursday – Hats Off to Autism – Hat Day

Friday – Help Make Dreams Come True – Pajama Day

For your convenience, we have provided some information on Autism below:

What is Autism?   Autism is a complex, developmental disability that causes problems with social skills and communication. Autism can be mild or severe. It is different for every person.  

Some Quick Facts About Autism:

  • Studies indicate that 1 in 68 children will be diagnosed with Autism.
  • Boys are 5 times more likely to be diagnosed than girls.
  • There is no known, single cause of Autism.
  • Autism impacts each person differently. Some people with Autism are nonverbal, while others are highly gifted in areas.
  • There is no cure for Autism.  

The Symbol for Autism Awareness is the Puzzle Piece:  The puzzle piece represents the mystery and complexity of Autism.  The different colors (red, yellow, and blue) represent the diversity of the families and people living with Autism.

Communication Tips:  When interacting with someone with Autism remember… 

  • Just because they are not looking at you doesn’t mean they are not listening.
  • Talk as equals, do not talk down to them.
  • If you think a communication error has happened, clarify it, ask questions.
  • Be patient. 

Autism in Entertainment:  There are many characters on popular shows today that demonstrate   Autism traits and tendencies. Some examples are:

  • Sheldon from ‘The Big Bang Theory’
  • Brick from ‘The Middle’
  • Julia from Sesame Street 

Famous people with Autism:

  • James Durbin: American Idol contestant.
  • Dan Akroyd: Actor, best known for his role in Blues Brothers.
  • Tim Burton: Director of films like: Batman Begins.


We are still in need of volunteers in the following areas for this Friday’s Fine Arts Festival.  If you, or someone you know, has ANY time (it doesn’t need to be all day and you do not need to have a student participating), please sign up below for the shift of your choice as soon as possible.

We thank you for any time you are able to give.

*Please note: These are mainly for room/hall monitors (i.e., keeping rooms quiet/people from coming in/out while students are performing and judging is taking place).

Help Needed Packing Up DJ Gear at April Fools 5K

The Trinity Technical Arts Ministry is providing a sound system for the April Fools 5K on April 7th at Mallard Lake Forest Preserve.  Tim Johnson will be setting up early and acting as DJ, but he needs to leave before the event is over.  We need someone with a pickup, SUV, or van to pick up the gear and bring it back to Trinity.  There should be able bodied folks to help load gear in the vehicle. If you can help, please contact Tim Johnson at Trinity.

Tim Johnson  630-259-8469



As of today, both our current 5th and 6th grade classrooms are already at 100% re-enrolled for the 2018-19 school year, with several other homerooms just a student or two away!

Did you know that every classroom at 100% re-enrolled* by April 2nd receives a NONUNIFORM DAY and A SPECIAL TREAT the day they return from spring break? The classroom that comes in 2nd place with the highest percentage turned in receives a morning breakfast of Donuts!

This is the perfect time to re-enroll your family as registration fees increase from $200 to $250 as of Sunday, April 1st for multi-student families or single student families in grades K – 8. To pay your fees online, just click one of the corresponding links below – the office will be notified of your payment immediately.

Click here to pay for

Click here to pay for

(and those that have multi-age

including preschool)

If you prefer to pay by check, just drop your Family Registration Form with your check made out to Trinity to the school office as soon as possible to secure your spot for the 2018-19 school year.

Please remember your signed family registration form that you received in your packet MUST be turned into the office regardless of paying online or in person.Until the office receives both the signed form and your registration fee, your enrollment will not be confirmed.

*”re-enrollment received” includes those not planning to return for the 18-19 school year, but that have turned in their Family Registration Form indicating the same.


We are off to a great start and really excited to continue welcoming families from our community to Trinity. We have received a LOT of interest from families looking for a new school for their students.

If you have time and would like to represent Trinity as a tour guide – please contact the school office with your availability or for more information. Click here for a copy of our Open House flyer and please feel free to share it with friends and family!


Are you aware that there are a variety of discounts and referral credits available on tuition?

Click the picture to the right for a pdf of the discounts and their deadlines that are available when you pay your tuition in full.

If you refer a family who enrolls a new student and puts you down on their paperwork as the referring family, you will receive a credit* to your tuition in the second semester of $1500 for new students who enroll for full day grades K – 8, $750 for new students enrolling in grades P4 or PSFD, or $300 for those new students enrolling in P3.

credit does not carry any cash value nor can it be combined with any other credits applied. This amount may be credited to your account when the family you refer attends Trinity Lutheran School for at least one semester and has listed you as the referral on the registration paperwork turned in at the time of enrollment. Only one credit per family applies.


8:45am 400 meter Kids Dash 

9:00am 5K Timed Run

Mallard Lake Forest Preserve, Bloomingdale, IL 60108 (Behind Meijer)

The April Fools 5K Run is the #1 Suburban Early Spring 5K with a finishers medal, tech shirt and 400m Kids Dash.

Run along the path that surrounds the naturally beautiful waterfront in Mallard Lake Forest Preserve and show off your finisher’s medal to your friends!

 For more information, or to sign up, go to


“Kids & Money”


May 9th @ 7 p.m.

Mark your calendars now to join us onWednesday, May 9th at 7 p.m . for our next “Parent University” with our very own school parent, Joel Eggerding, as speaker. More information to come!



Trinity Roselle Foundation and Lutheran Church Extension Fund is offering an opportunity to start up a savings account for your child or grandchild. To commemorate our recent Grandparents’ Day, Trinity Roselle Foundation added a matching gift of $25 to the account when you opened a Young Investors Steward Account™ with an initial investment of $25 or more. THIS OFFER HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL MAY 31ST!

For more information, please call Vanda Toner at 708-223-3117. 


Thrivent Choice Deadline is March 31 st

If you are a Thrivent member, your 2017 Thrivent Choice Dollars need to be directed by March 31 st . Did you know you can direct your dollars directly to Trinity School? Go to and use your user ID and password to direct your dollars. What are Choice Dollars? Every year Thrivent gives its members money to direct to qualifying non-profit organizations. . If you are not currently a member of Thrivent, our own school parent Joel Eggerding would be happy to talk to you so you can be wise with money and live generously. You can contact Joel at 630-310-6713 or email at

Thrivent Action Teams

Did you know Thrivent will give its members $250 to be used towards a project that benefits the community, hold a fundraiser, or organize an educational event? Many members are eligible to do 2 Action Teams per year. If you are a Thrivent Member and want to partner with the school to assist in a current or future project, please contact the school office. If you are not currently a member of Thrivent, our own school parent Joel Eggerding would be happy to talk to you so you can be wise with money and live generously. You can contact Joel at 630-310-6713 or email at



April 17th @ 7 p.m.

Join us for this very important meeting regarding plans and the future direction of the PTL, as well as open nominations for PTL President and Vice President for the 2018-19 school year. Your input and ideas are needed and very valuable to us! We hope to see you there!