Memo 4.27.15

Memo 4.27.15          015 Sport-Tek Pull-over order form

2015 Softball order        2015 Baseball order form

Students: The end of semester exams will be May 18-20. A Schedule of exams will be posted on the bulletin board by the end of the week.

The Bezaleel Club and Robotics plan to sponsor the first ever Trinity tractor ride! Polish up your favorite tractor and be ready to join us. Mr. Bill Klein and Mr. Huizenga are heading up this promotion. Watch for details. 

General Announcements:  A huge thank you to all who contributed to the success of Friday night’s Jr/Sr Banquet. Students and parents largely cooperated well with behavior and dress code matters. Miss Heynen and Mr. Huizenga, the class sponsors, put in a colossal amount of work in preparation, as did many parents and student committees. It all worked together for a wonderful evening of dining and activities with fellow believers for our students. The effort was worthwhile and appreciated.

Trinity Christian High School is seeking applicants for the position of school janitor. Those interested can contact Marv Van Den Top (470-5703) or Mike Mantel (470-4582) for more information.

Softball, Baseball and Sport-Tek Shirt orders are due this week Friday, May 1.  The order forms can be found on both school websites.  If you have any questions, please contact the Trinity Apparel Committee.

Trinity Christian High’s Music department will present its Spring Program on Tuesday, May 12, beginning at 7:00 PM, at Trinity’s gymnasium. Both choirs, band and mass choir will perform various pieces. Prior to the concert, at 6:40 various students will perform pieces on piano, clarinet, and voice that they performed for State Solo and Ensemble Festival on April 18 at Central Lyon. A collection will be taken for Trinity’s Music Department.

Protestant Reformed believers across North America collectively spend over $10,000,000 per year to operate our Christian day schools. As one dollar bills arranged end-to-end, this amount would stretch to the moon and back – twice over! However, even that pales compared to the spiritual value we place on covenantal education. The great value of Christian education will be one of several interesting and timely topics in the History and Principles of Reformed Education class. The class is for teachers, but is open to parents, school board members, college students, and all who share a love for Christian instruction. May 26-June 5 at Trinity Christian High School. Contact Jim Regnerus, 712-470-0424 or, with your questions or for registration information.