Trinity Memo May 2

Trinity Memo May 2


Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who have not turned in their course selection sheets should do so today.

Seniors will be gone on their class trip to Kansas City on Tuesday and Wednesday. A Royals baseball game, zip-lining, a WWI museum and an escape room are just a sampling of the planned adventures. Miss Heynen, Mr. & Mrs. Veryl Heynen, and Mr. Regnerus will accompany the seniors. 

From the Apparel Committee:  Softball and Baseball shirts are now available for ordering.  Please note on the order form that the return date is Friday, May 6.  We will not accept late orders!  Please include payment with your order form.  Thank you! 

General Announcements: 

Graduation of Trinity’s 21 seniors will be on Wednesday, May 18, at 7:00 PM in Trinity’s gymnasium. Professor Dykstra will be the speaker.

The end of the school year is quickly approaching, and we are in the final phases of the transition to our 1 to 1 laptop program. The graduating seniors were given opportunity to “buy out” their two year old computers, but we still have approximately 14 remaining to sell. These computers will now be available to the broader Trinity Christian High School constituency for $300 each on a first come basis. Specs are given in the announcement on school’s website. Please contact Mr. Jason Westra for more information.                                                                     

Our school is in need of a janitor for the 2016-2017 school year. Please direct inquiries or applications to Barry Pollema at or 712-449-5443.

The robotics team is looking for a coach(s) to guide them through the 2016/17 FTC season.  A coach need not be an expert in engineering or robotics, but some basic understanding of how things work will help.  A desire to motivate and encourage students to explore talents from building the robot to managing time and developing speaking or game strategy skills is valuable. We need dedicated adults who are willing to invest some of their time to help students see new opportunities and have a lot of fun doing it.  The First Tech Challenge organization has an abundance of helpful resources to support developing teams and coaches. For further information or questions regarding this need for a robotics coach, please contact Jim Regnerus 712) 439-1921/ or Henry Van Maanen (712)578-1101 or

Trinity is seeking teaching applicants for the 2016-2017 school year. The school has flexibility in offering a full-time position that could potentially include accounting, art, computer applications, English, remedial, or science. Those who are interested in any of these subjects should contact Jim Regnerus (712) 439-1921/ or Henry Van Maanen (712)578-1101 or