Posted on November 29, 2012
The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof ~ Psalm 24:1 ESV
Plain and simple: the earth and everything in it belongs to Him. November has been a full month. Full of activity. Full of purpose. Full of His glory. May we never forget to whom Trinity Christian School, and all of its fullness, belongs.
Fourth grade science students learned about energy transfer as they participated in an egg drop.
Aleksander Marthinussen, the Aerospace Education Coordinator of the Mid Atlantic AeroSpace Complex in Clarksburg, conducted a science lab with secondary science students. The students applied the laws of Newton and Bernoulli by designing and building styrofoam airplane wings, then testing them in a 40 m/h wind tunnel.
The Trinity drama department held a Hollywood-themed coffee house, delighting audiences with one act plays and musical acts, interspersed with movie trivia. The drama students, some of whom are pictured above, not only showcased their acting skills, but also hosted the event with red carpet class.
Beautiful music filled the sanctuary as the middle and high school choirs and bands held a fall concert at Calvary Chapel.
Student-athletes were honored by their coaches and families at the Fall Sports banquet.
Seniors delivered over 250 shoeboxes assembled by Trinity students for Operation Christmas Child.
The Trinity Honor Society welcomed new inductees at a ceremony held in their honor.