Memo 5.4.15

Memo 5.4.15


The end of semester exams will be May 18-20. A Schedule of exams is posted on the bulletin board in the hallway. You can also view it by clicking here: Exam Schedule 5.15

The senior class plans to take their class trip this week Thursday and Friday. The destination is Minneapolis.

The last hot lunch for the school year will be our annual picnic lunch. It is scheduled for Monday, May 11. Our local grillmaster, Mr. Nick Kooiker, has again agreed to help us by providing the grilling duties. Meat and buns will be provided. The Student Council will be coordinating other items that students should bring.

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 on June 13; a rain date has been set for June 20.

General Announcements:

Everyone is invited to the fourth graduation exercises of Trinity Christian High School on Monday, May 18, 2015, at 7:00 PM. It will be held in the school gymnasium. Rev. Griess will give the address.

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.

Trinity Christian is in need of a cross country coach as well as a girls junior varsity volleyball coach for the fall of 2015. Interested individuals should contact Mr. Van Engen at or 712-449-8008.

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.

Kuyper, Bavinck, and Hoeksema were three of the most prominent men of the Reformed church world in the last 150 years. However, what were their views concerning the Christian school? Such will be included among the many 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. The class will be held May 26-June 5 at Trinity Christian High School. Contact Jim Regnerus, 712-470-0424 or, with your questions or for registration information.