Posted on August 24, 2012
The first full week of classes is almost complete. The school year has been off to a great start, with students and teachers alike acclimating to new classes, new schedules, and new friends. Back-to-School night was well attended, giving parents a taste of what their students will experience this year, and affording a chance for teachers and parents to get acquainted.
There is an excitement building for what God is doing at Trinity Christian School. Already the calendar is filling up with special field trips and activities for the elementary students. The secondary students experienced Koinonia on the second day back. A Trinity tradition, this day provided an opportunity for the students to serve in the community, as well as get to know one another through team-building activities. By all accounts, our students worked very hard, some here on the grounds, painting picnic tables and weeding, while some served Chestnut Mountain Ranch on their property and at their thrift store location. Another group assisted Calvary Chapel in their preparations to move to their new location.
Other recent developments include the addition of a full-time school nurse, Gail Jarvis, and Afternoon Adventures, our new after school program run by the Visiting Homemaker Service. Cross country, golf, soccer, and volleyball seasons are underway, with football practices starting next week. All of these activities have one focus: to fulfill Trinity Christian School’s commitment to providing a life changing education resulting in a Christ-centered worldview.
Middle school students worked hard and had fun during Koinonia.
We’re excited to introduce Gail Jarvis, our new school nurse, who is also a Trinity parent.
Students play and do homework in the freshly painted after care room during Afternoon Adventures.