“Let Your Light Shine!”
"In the same way, let your light shine before men,
For more school information, check the school website!
Upcoming Events that YOU are invited to attend:
Spring Musical, “The True Story of Little Red Riding Hood”
Thursday, April 18 @ 1:30pm & 6:00pm
Spring Band/Choir Concert
Tuesday, May 14 @ 6:30pm
TLS Night at the Kernels
Friday, May 17 @ 6:35pm
Final Chapel Service
Friday, May 31 @ 8:40am
8th Grade Graduation Service
Sunday, June 2 @ 10:30am @ Trinity Lutheran Church
HY-VEE Receipts are adding up! Keep the receipts coming to Trinity…so far we will receive $2,579.00 from HY-VEE! This fundraiser doesn’t end until April 30th. Keep shopping! Thank you.
Like to Run? Looking for a challenge?...The 5k Trojan Dash is for YOU! Trinity School is hosting this exciting event on Saturday, April 27 at Camp Io-Dis-E-Ca, Solon, IA. Grab a friend and take the challenge. Register at: www.trojandash.com
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Now Enrolling for 2013-2014 Trinity School is now accepting applications for Preschool, Alternative Kindergarten, and Kindergarten – Eighth Grades. Want to learn more about the school? We’d welcome the chance to share Trinity with you. Call to set up a private tour: 362-6952.
Golfing Season is here! Mark the date!
The annual TLS Golf Tournament date has been set for Saturday, September 21 at Wildcat Golf Course in Shellsburg. Shot gun start at 10am. Steak dinner included! Team registration forms are on the website: http://school.trinitycr.org
This Week in the Classrooms....
Early Childhood: Preschool students are studying the letter x, learning about dinosaurs, and digging for fossils. Kindergarteners are learning about pronouns, flying kites, and working with tangrams. The first graders are making tape measures, learning the concept of a dozen, and reading about not giving up. The second graders are involved in a unit on the rainforest.
The third graders are working with mixed numbers, telling time by the quarter, and studying how communities change over time. The fourth graders are writing five-paragraph essays. The fifth graders are multiplying and dividing fractions, learning about geometric solids, and studying prayer.
All classes are learning about geometry. The sixth grade is learning about Ancient Rome and astronomy. The seventh grade is learning about modern genetics and hereditary diseases. The eighth grade is watching "The Passion of the Christ."
Exciting things coming up are the music concert, school play, track meet, field days, and snow make up days.