Graduation exercises for the 11th graduating class of Trinity Christian High School will be held tonight, Monday, May 16, at 7:00 p.m. The graduation will be held at the high school, and Rev. Laning will address the graduates from their class text of I Timothy 4:12. Everyone is welcome to join us in this milestone of our covenant young people.
Congratulations to Brooke Meyer on Clarinet and Marissa Westra on piano who will be performing at the Outstanding Performance Showcase in Ames on Tuesday, May 17. They received this honor by their performance at the State Solo & Ensemble contest.
There is a lost-and-found table overflowing with treasures. The table is in the hallway right near the bathrooms.
Please check around the house and in vehicles for items such as books and uniforms that need returning to Trinity.
Exams are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of this week. Students may come in time for their first exam, and they may leave after their last exam; but they may not be leaving and returning between exams.
Final grades will be emailed out no later than noon on Friday, May 27.
Our first day of school for the 2022-2023 school year is Tuesday, August 23.
The apparel committee is excited to announce that we are offering 30-ounce tumblers from the Frosted Frog (a local Rock Valley company!), just in time for summer! It comes in 12 different colors. Check out the pictures for the color choices and what it looks like with the Trinity Christian decal on it. Each tumbler will be $26. To order, pick out the color you want and contact Heather Hoksbergen or Jaci Boogerd with your order by Friday, May 20.
Trinity Christian High School of Hull, IA, is seeking teacher applicants for the 2022-2023 school year. Our particular needs are math, Spanish, resource, and art, yet we have a measure of flexibility in teaching assignments. Interested persons should contact education committee chairman Tim Postma at (712) 470-3555 or principal Jim Regnerus at (712) 470-0424 or email@example.com.
From the AD:
Last week was quite the week! Students had their last day of regular school on Friday, unique storms rolled through our area, temperatures soared, and athletes competed in some of their final meets in golf and track.
Two athletes will continue their competitions into this week as well. At golf sectionals on Wednesday, held at Primghar Golf Course, Alec De Boer golfed a 81, tying for 1st place. On the playoff hole he was beat out, giving him 2nd place. This placement gave him a District qualifying spot. He will be golfing today, Monday, May 16, at Algona for a State qualifying spot.
Last night at Lawton-Bronson at the Track Districts, Dustin Hoksbergen also earned himself a state qualifying spot in two events. He placed 1st in the 400 Hurdles, automatically qualifying him for state. He also placed 2nd in high jump, clearing 6’0”, qualifying him as well in that event. He will be running and jumping at the state meet on Friday.
Congratulations to these two young men for their accomplishments!
Anyone wishing to attend the state track meet will need to purchase their tickets online at IAHSAA. No cash sales will be taken at the gate.
Baseball and softball are underway. 1st games are on May 23. Be on the lookout for the gate takers assignments later this week.