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Principal’s Message

Awaken curiosity. Nurture faith. Inspire learning.

Photo of a child sitting with a Bible and laughing.

Dear Parents, Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year here at Trinity! We are thoroughly excited for all the amazing things that God has planned for each one of your children and for our Trinity community. I recently had the opportunity to share our new mission statement to all the students, staff, and parents who were…

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What is Success?

Man standing on a rock in front of a sunset

Dear Parents, According to the dictionary, success is defined as “the accomplishment of an aim or purpose” or a person or thing that achieves desired aims or attains prosperity. While there any many definitions of success and a focus on the later as a society that prioritizes prosperity, it is important to recognize that success…

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Celebration of Learning Preview

Fish-eye shot of buildings and trees

Here’s a preview of the scripture passages that have inspired the class projects that will be featured in our Celebration of Learning (and at our Grandparents & Friends’ Day).   “The earth is the Lord’s and everything in it, the world and all who live in it!” Psalm 24:1 “And God saw all that He…

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4Hs: Head, Heart, Hands, & Health

Hand holding a clover

Dear Parents, Whoever brings blessing will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be watered. Proverbs 11:25 (ESV) I have fond memories being part of 4H club as a young girl. This rural community club’s motto, “Learn to do by doing,” was represented through 4 Hs: Head: learning to think, to make decisions, and…

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Developing Patience in an Insta-Pot World

Stones carefully stacked by the ocean.

Dear Parents, Our theme this month at Trinity is patience. This is arguably one of the most difficult virtues to develop, in a world that is all about instant gratification. Our society is geared towards taking shortcuts for everything: whether in the way we eat (fast food, UBER Eats, or making things in an “InstaPot”),…

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Do Something!

Neon sign that says "Do something great"

Dear Parents, Last October, while attending the Edvance Educators’ Convention, we were presented with the idea of having all of our students “Do Something” to help make our communities, and this world a better place for Christ’s glory. The keynote speaker, Jim McKenzie, shared a few projects that his students had done to accomplish this…

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Focusing on Possibilities

Lens held up to the sky

I hope that you all had a safe March break and enjoyed the extra family time. It is always good to step away from our routines and devote additional attention to our families, regardless of the destinations and activities that we choose. This week, I came across an article that reminded me about the importance…

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Picture of a boy helping a girl with homework.

Our theme this month at Trinity is Helpfulness. Our desire is to see students who serve and go out of their way to help each other. As Christ followers, we know that we are called to serve one another, as Jesus so vividly illustrated by washing the disciples’ feet. What makes our service so different…

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Black History Month: Resiliency & Faith

Photo of Harriet Tubman painting

Since the 1970s, Canada has designated February as Black History Month, during which we recognize the significant contributions that Black Canadians have made to our society. As early as the 1600s, we can find examples of explorers such as Mathieu Da Costa, who helped to establish the beginnings of modern-day Canada. Whether through their military…

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Showing Compassion

Girl holding up umbrella for a child

Dear parents, While we certainly want to put the emphasis on academics as a school, one of the areas that we highly value at Trinity is character development. In order to keep this a priority, we highlight a specific character trait each month and recognize students who have embodied that given trait throughout the month.…

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