Trinity Memo 1.17.22
This Friday, January 21, the sophomores will be attending Your Future @ Work, a career exploration event for Sioux County high schools hosted by NCC in Sheldon.
The add/drop period for this semester is finished. We look forward to a profitable semester of covenant instruction.
Seniors and senior parents, we approach the time of year where we need senior portraits for the yearbook. Once you have a senior picture, please email a copy to Maddy Van Ginkel (firstname.lastname@example.org). Doing this now allows us to have enough time for the pictures to be approved and for us to get the yearbook pages done in a timely manner. Thank you! Journalism class
The all-school trip to the Chicago area is approaching! The dates are Thursday and Friday, March 17 and 18, with an arrival back in Hull early Saturday morning. Look for more information to come! Continue reading
Trinity Memo 1.10.22
There will be a 2:30 dismissal on Thursday, January 13.
Final schedule adjustments are due this week.
We are searching for a January replacement for the Dairy Queen that didn’t happen last week. Even our Fun Fridays are affected by the fast-food labor shortage!
Parents Circle Update:
Trinity Christian High School’s Parents Circle has many committees that care for the school, provide funds for some ancillary items, as well as show appreciation to the Christian Teachers. In the coming weeks there will be highlights from most committees. The goal of these writings is to inform those who may not be familiar with the committee’s labors and encourage people to join the Parents Circle and give of their time and talents to help support the school. Continue reading
Trinity Memo 1.4.22
This week marks the start of the second semester. Let us together, and with renewed zeal, labor faithfully in our callings as staff and students.
First semester report cards went out last Thursday. Students who received an “I” (incomplete) must turn in their completed work by January 10 to receive a passing grade.
Students who need to change their second semester schedule should fill out an “Add/drop” form. These are green colored sheets that are available in the school office. Parental signatures are required on the form. There is a two-week window to make these changes according to Trinity’s policy.
This Saturday, Jan. 8, Evan De Jong and Brooke Meyer will perform in the NWIBA High School honors band in Sioux City. They will practice all day with the concert to be held in Eppley Auditorium at 7 P.M. Congratulations to these two musicians for their accomplishments. Continue reading
Trinity Memo 12.20.21
First semester exams are scheduled for this week Monday afternoon, all day Tuesday, and Wednesday morning. Teachers will be available for extra review Monday morning. Students are not required to be at school until the start of their first exam, and they may leave after their last exam of the day, but they may not be leaving and coming again during the exam day. All exams will be finished no later than 11:45 a.m. on Wednesday, December 22.
Locker decorations must be removed before students go home for the semester break.
First semester report cards are scheduled to go out no later than noon on Thursday, December 30.
We wish everyone a blessed Christmas as we celebrate the birth of our Savior. Trinity will not be in session for the Christmas and semester break from noon on December 22 until we begin the second semester at 8:25 a.m. on January 4
We offer early congratulations to Miss Koerner who anticipates becoming Mrs. James Korver this week Thursday! Continue reading
Trinity Memo 12.13.21
Today we enter the final week of regular class for this semester. Let’s labor faithfully to the end.
First semester exams are scheduled for next week Monday afternoon, all day Tuesday, and Wednesday morning. Teachers will be available for extra review Monday morning. Students are not required to be at school until the start of their first exam, and they may leave after their last exam of the day, but they may not be leaving and coming again during the exam day.
Locker decorations must be removed before students go home for the semester break. Continue reading