Posted on May 1, 2014
As parents, our child’s artwork usually falls into one of two categories. Some masterpieces are destined for a month or two on the refrigerator, while other pieces cry out to be framed.
It seems our lives have similar moments. Some are fleeting and quickly forgotten. Yet others are frame-worthy. Whether by snapping a photograph or savoring it by memory, the school years are full of frame-worthy moments.
The three-dimensionality of this colorful mobile, created by TCS students Hannah Kaiser and Olivia Kinkade, prohibits a frame. Instead, it’s rainbow colors brighten the school lobby, as it hangs from a ceiling beam.
Not only was this photo essay worthy of a frame, it was worthy of a bid at the recent Arts Gala benefit for the Art department.
An impromptu visit from newly hatched chicks and poults attracted the attention of our first grade students, creating a memorable moment.
Framed by sunbeams, the TCS band performed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during a recent visit to Cleveland, Ohio.
Trinity art students received recognition at the recent ACSI Academic Day competition.
Trinity student Megan Olfert’s owl sculpture was awarded Best of Show at Academic Day. Congratulations, Megan!
Third graders created posters with messages of safety and health that were exhibited at local HealthSouth facilities.