Monday, September 9, 2019

Trinity Memo 9.9.19

Students:
There will be a 2:30 dismissal on Thursday, Sept. 12.

Seniors are encouraged to make some college visits. Remember to follow the usual routine for a planned absence.

General:
Lost at Labor Day Breakfast: a nearly new Pampered Chef bar pan was mistakenly taken, and a well-seasoned bar pan remains here. Please check your Pampered Chef bar pans to help us return pans to the correct owners! Thank you!

We had arbor day at Trinity! The school board planted dozens of beautiful trees in the front lawn and around the ball fields. May these trees add to the educational experience of our school, proclaiming God’s glory “before our eyes as a most elegant book.” (Belgic Confession, Art. 2)

We continue to plan for hosting the 65th annual PRTI teacher’s convention October 17 and 18.

If you find yourself locked out of the main entry, look for the green bell button on the steel box on the north wall. Pressing the button should begin the entry process.

From the Athletic Director:
• Trinity is URGENTLY looking for a Varsity Girls Basketball coach and a JV/Assistant coach for this coming season. Practice starts in November!
• We are also looking for a track coach for the spring of 2020. If either or both of these positions are of interest to you, contact Laura Kuiper, AD, at lkuiper@trinitychs.org, or text 712-451-9329.
• We still need many volunteers for our home games. Our first home game is next week Tuesday, Sept 10. We need admission takers for Sept 17, Oct 8, and Oct 10. Watch the game while helping out our school. I also need line judges for most of the games. Also need a libero tracker for every game. Let Laura Kuiper know if you can help out with any of these tasks. You can email her at lkuiper@trinitychs.org, or text her at 712-451-9329.
• We will be selling season passes at the first home volleyball game. An all sport family pass will be $175. Family members include anyone under 23 living at the same residence, including those who are in college, but boarding at the college. An individual student all sport pass will be $40. This will cover every sport through the school year and summer including baseball and softball. By War Eagle Conference majority vote, single admission for either adult or student will be $5. There is no longer a student rate.

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