Staying on track
Posted on April 23, 2015
Running a race requires stamina and strength. To finish, a runner must also stay within the boundaries of the course or track. No matter how hard they run or how fast they are going, if a runner steps outside their lane, they disqualify themselves from the prize.
We started the school year by encouraging our students to be Fit for the Cross, honoring God in all areas of their lives. As they finish the 2014-15 school year, we are cheering them on to continue to do their best. That’s a lesson they can apply throughout their lives as they progress academically, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Now is the time to see the race through to the end.
…train yourself for godliness; for while bodily training is of some value, godliness is of value in every way, as it holds promise for the present life and also for the life to come.
~ 1 Timothy 4:7b-8 ESV
Join us for the second Annual Fit 4 the Cross 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at the Mountaineer Mall, Morgantown WV. Race starts at 9:00am. In addition to the race, Fit 4 the Cross is partnering with the Mountaineer Home Medical for a Health Fair.
For further information and registration links, please click here or call Lisa Bennett at 304.826.7513. All proceeds benefit Trinity Christian School.
TCS high school girls track team won the Mason Dixon Conference title and our boys’ team was the runner-up! Congratulations!
Our middle school track team performed very well in their first meet of the season. To keep up with our athletes and other school activities, be sure to like us on Facebook.
Throughout the year, our students participate in a variety of service projects and outreaches. Recently, second grade students and their family members tied fleece blankets for patients at the WVU Children’s Hospital.
Trinity parent Mrs. Rosen visited a seventh grade history class to share her first-hand experience of living in West Germany in 1989 when the Berlin wall came down. She breathed life into the students’ study of the Cold War by sharing artifacts and photos from her personal mementos.
Trinity science students had a great showing at the 2015 WV State Science and Engineering Fair. For a full list of the students and their awards, click here. Great job!
Ian Comstock and Daniel Woods will be tested on their command of historical facts and figures when they travel Louisville, KY for the National History Bee in May. We’ll be cheering you on from here!
Based on the National Rube Goldberg Competition, fifth grade students worked in groups to use four simple machines to solve a problem. They recently demonstrated their final projects for classmates and guests.
Parents and art aficionados enjoyed viewing and bidding for student artworks at the annual Art Gala. Proceeds from the event benefited the arts department at Trinity.