Nearly all of computers are available for pick in the office.  If your computer is not available you will have received an e-mail in your Trinity inbox.

There are still too many that need to be turned into school.  Please ask your child if they remembered to turn in their computer.  E-mail reminders have been sent to parents and students as well.

Monday, May 20, 2019

Trinity Memo 5.20.19


Exams are Monday through Wednesday of this week. Students may study at home until their first exam for the day, and they are free to leave school after their last exam of the day, but they should not be leaving and returning during the day. Teachers will be at school and available to help during regular school hours.

Final report cards for the 2018 – 2019 school year will be emailed to homes no later than noon on Wednesday, May 29.

Student laptops need to be turned in to Mr. Westra for their summer maintenance. We will send out notification when they are ready to be picked up. Continue reading

Monday, May 13, 2019

Trinity Memo 5.13.19


If you would like to reserve a copy of the 2018-2019 yearbook, be sure to email Mrs. Bloemendaal ( or sign your name on the hallway bulletin board sheet.

Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors should return their registration sheets for next semester by Tuesday, May 14.

Rev. Koole will lead us in chapel on Wednesday at 11:30 AM. All are welcome to join us. Continue reading

Monday, May 6, 2019

Trinity Memo 5.6.19


If you would like to reserve a copy of the 2018-2019 yearbook, be sure to email Mrs. Bloemendaal ( or sign your name on the hallway bulletin board sheet.

Mr. Ron Klaassen from the Trinitarian Bible Society will be presenting about the King James translation of the Bible on Wednesday, May 8, at 11:00 AM. All are welcome to join us. Mr. Klaassen will also be presenting the evening of May 9 at Calvary PRC.

There will be a 2:30 Dismissal on Thursday.

Rev. De Boer will lead us in chapel on Friday, May 10, at 11:30 AM. All are welcome to join us.

Please check your house for uniforms. We are still missing a few. Continue reading

Monday, April 15, 2019

Trinity Memo 4.15.19

Thursday night, April 18, is the junior/senior banquet. The class sponsors and the different committees have planned an enjoyable and profitable evening. A few last minute reminders to students and their parents:
• School will dismiss at 11:45 for juniors and seniors on Thursday. Juniors and seniors will then have off the entire day on Friday. This is an extra half-day off compared to other years.
• All participants, Trinity students and their outside dates, must abide by the handbook dress code and rules of conduct. The Trinity student is accountable for the dress and conduct of the outside date.
• Mr. Van Engen and Mr. Warner are the class sponsors and will be along to the banquet, etc.

The enforcement of the meningitis vaccine requirement is monitored closely. As we begin thinking about next school year, be reminded that students entering grade 12 must have had the shot before they may begin the school year. Further, they had to have received either the shot itself or a booster after turning age 16. Parents of our current juniors should watch their inbox for an email concerning this.


We have signed another teacher for 2019-2020! Katrina Regnerus will join us, providing some much-needed relief for a very busy staff. We welcome her aboard and wish her the Lord’s blessing as she prepares to take up her new role. (Wedding bells for her and Derk Burgers this June. Lord willing, she’ll be Mrs. Burgers when school starts on August 23.)

We had a profitable time with the visits of the bands of Covenant, Faith, and Heritage last week. Thanks to all who braved the weather and came out for the Thursday concert, enduring some rather Spartan lighting conditions with good cheer. Our bands profited from the Friday festival at Dordt. The Friday night concert was another treat.

Our baseball and softball programs are in need of a four-wheeler, ATV, UTV, or similar device for the months of May and June. If anyone has access to one that can be loaned to Trinity for those two months, it would be a huge help. Good care of the machine is promised. It will be stored inside and used responsibly.