Summer’s last word
Posted on August 10, 2017
We’re giving summer the last word in this post! Our students return next week and we can’t wait to share a new school year through the blog. When our families arrive, they will be greeted by two friendly new faces in our front office.
Jordan Brooks is not only new to Trinity, but also to West Virginia. In addition to serving in the front office and supporting the Secondary Department, she is coaching cross country and track & field. Jordan is from East Tennessee and moved to Morgantown this past summer for her husband, Will’s, job. Jordan’s favorite thing about West Virginia is how similar it is to her home: the greenery, trees, mountains, lakes, rivers, friendly people, and small-town feel. Jordan shared her thoughts on her new role, saying, “I am very excited to be at Trinity with such good-hearted people and have an opportunity to make a difference.”
After serving at Trinity in a variety of roles including Aftercare Coordinator, PSO President, and Board Member, Ashley Murdock has joyfully accepted the position of full-time front office staff and program support to the Elementary Department. Ashley is assured that the Lord has led her to this transition, saying, “I am looking forward to spending the days in the building with the kiddos, helping to move Trinity forward, and honoring God.”
Kimber Morgan joins the staff as our Coordinator of School Advancement. Kimber recently moved to the area from Hagerstown, Md. but was raised in New Castle, Pa. She holds her bachelor’s degree in public relations and graphic design from Waynesburg University and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in business administration. Kimber is familiar with the Christian school environment, coming to Trinity from Grace Academy in Maryland. She and her husband, Zack, currently live in Waynesburg, Pa. with their two “fur babies” (some call them cats), Kylo Ren and BB-8.
While the administration, faculty, and staff are busily preparing for the school year, our families are enjoying their summer break in a myriad of ways. They recently shared their memory-making moments through these images. Thank you to our families for their contribution to this post. Enjoy!