In case you missed it in the Tidbits yesterday….
Parents! This year’s Walk-A-Thon fundraiser is the Fun Run Walk-A-Thon! We kicked off the event last week with a Pep Rally, have asked families to register their students online at Funrun.com to collect pledges (or students can use the crown they were given and turn the pledges into the school office to receive credit) and have been handing out daily prizes. Along with the prizes for pledges received, our students have also been issued challenges to earn extra recess time, non-uniform days, and for every student that receives $150 in pledges, they will have an opportunity to throw a pie at the teacher of their choice! Our target goal is to raise $30,000 that will go toward the beginning phases of playground improvements, as well as portions to our Grant-In-Aid program and technology.
Students also have been experiencing an amazing character theme, CASTLE QUEST! An English castle theme all about being brave and living with character. On their quest to regain Bravemore Castle, students will learn the “SIX VIRTUES of a TRUE HERO” from a cast of colorful characters.
There is only a few more days to raise funds – please help our school by reaching out to sponsors and share your students pledge page via social media. Also, be sure to ask your employer about any “matching funds” programs they may have!
If you would like to make a flat donation for our school, please click here
, or consider using the “Giving” section on “The City” (select “”uc”>walkathon” from the drop-down menu).
All families are invited to come out and cheer on your student at the Fun Run! Our Preschool classes will begin their “Fun Run” at 9:30 a.m. and our K – 8th grade will participate at 1:30 p.m. A hot lunch will be provided by our PTL for all students. Lunch will consist of:
Kirkland Brand All Beef Hot Dogs
8oz. Water Bottle
Ketchup and Mustard
Each child in full day preschool, 1st – 3rd grade, and NDSEC will receive 1 hot dog. Grades 4-8th will receive 2 hot dogs per child. Lunch will be served at the regular lunch times 11:30 am and 12:00 pm. If your child is unable to eat the hot dog lunch, please supply them with a lunch from home. If your child that needs a hot dog without a bun, please let the office know prior to Friday so we can wrap those hot dogs separately.
Since this is a Friday which is a Black/White/Orange Spirit Wear day (NO FLAIR), Students will also be allowed to wear jeans (no ripped or torn), shorts (appropriate length), and athletic pants. Leggings will NOT be allowed.
Volunteers are still needed the day of the event to assist with passing out water to our runners, as well as assisting with lunch. If you are available to help, please contact the school office as soon as possible.
We thank you for your ongoing support of Trinity Lutheran School!
Are you someone who loves working with children? Looking for something to do over the summer? Our Trinity Little Explorers summer camp program has two employment opportunities now available. We are looking for someone to serve in a part-time capacity working with both our Little Explorer Summer Camp for children ages 3, 4 & 5 years old. The perfect applicant would be an adult over the age of 21 with experience working with young children. Our second position available is open to anyone over the age of 16 that enjoys working with children and is able to take direction from their supervisor. For additional information, or to apply for either of these positions, please send a copy of your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com.
A MESSAGE FROM THE REC:
All school library books were to be turned in TODAY. 47 books are still outstanding.
Any books that were due today will not have a fine if returned on Monday – so put those books in your backpacks as soon as you get home so you remember to bring them in on Monday. Books that were already overdue, have fines that increase daily. Also, 14 children have fines that have NOT been paid and need to get turned in immediately.
Thank you all for your continued cooperation – we are looking forward to another great year in August!
DAILY CHALLENGE FOR THURSDAY, 5/17/18
We did not meet the challenge given yesterday and we missed the opportunity to have Mrs. Swank dress like a minion – we are all very bummed.
HOWEVER, a new challenge has been extended! If every student in your homeroom class registers their accounts to collect pledges online BY 10 A.M. TOMORROW MORNING, that classroom will enjoy an extra 10 minute recess with Mrs. Koenig tomorrow afternoon!!
To register your student accounts, please visit funrun.com and follow the prompts.
DID YOU KNOW?
Some employers have a corporate matching program? Be sure to ask yours about matching your donation – to add their pledge to your student account, simply add the pledge in the same amount they are matching and in the pull down menu, select “corporate match”. It’s that simple!
IT’S TIME TO SIGN UP FOR OUR SUMMER SPORTS CAMPS!
ALL CAMPS ARE MONDAY – THURSDAY
4-8 GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JUNE 11 – 21 – 1 PM – 3 PM $115 BY 6/1 $125 AFTER 6/1
3 – 8 GIRLS’ CHEERLEADING – JUNE 11 – 14 – 9 AM – 11 AM $60 BY 6/1 $70 AFTER 6/1
5-8 BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JUNE 11 – 21 – 10 AM– 12 PM $115 BY 6/1 $125 AFTER 6/1
5-8 GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL – AUGUST 6 – 9 – 10 AM – 12 PM $60 BY 7/28 $70 AFTER 7/28
5-8 BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL – AUGUST 6 – 9 – 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM $60 BY 7/28 $70 AFTER 7/28
A copy of the Brochure Registration Forms is attached below. Please complete and turn in with payment (checks made out to Trinity) to Mr. Scheiwe.
YOU have spoken and we listened!
Purchase your copy of “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare – Abridged” performed by the talented Trinity Middle School Players. Available in either DVD or Blu-Ray (sorry, not available in 3D or on Laser Disk) for the low, low cost of only $12 each.
But wait, there’s more! Every copy purchased will have BOTH nights included at no extra charge! Click here to order yours TODAY!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.
We hope to see you there!
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW! $5 EACH
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.