Posted on May 15, 2014
Our students are incredibly active at this time of year! The nice weather, coupled with the knowledge and skills they have acquired during the school year, have resulted in field trips, presentations, and concerts. The students have worked so hard and it’s great to see them share their efforts with family members and classmates.
It takes the concerted effort of students, families, faculty, and staff to make these events successful. Without a supportive school community, we wouldn’t be able to effectively carry out the mission at Trinity Christian School!
What would we do without our Moms? Our first grade students created wonderful portraits of their mothers in honor of Mother’s Day.
The second grade class celebrated Mother’s Day with a combined tea party and service project. The students and their moms worked together to create blankets that they donated to Mon General Hospital.
As part of their study of West Virginia history, eighth grade students traveled throughout the state to visit historical and geographical places of interest. They kicked off their trip by visiting downtown Morgantown. After receiving a series of vintage photographs that were taken downtown from 1880 – 1930, the students visited each site and tried to recreate the photo.
Elementary students delighted the audience with their performance of a Spring musical centered on the biblical story of Gideon.
Our secondary band and choirs combined their talents for a Spring concert. The band sported their new marching uniforms, giving the seniors an opportunity to wear them before they graduated.
Middle school students worked in teams to create pop-art sculptures. Can you recognize what movie inspired this piece?
As a service project, the Trinity Girls on the Run team spruced-up the landscaping that surrounds the Trinity sign located on Listravia Avenue. Thank you, ladies!