Small, but Mighty

Dear Parents, Our theme today in chapel was “Small, but Mighty!” Our grade 3 students gave us some beautiful illustrations from nature as to how God has made some small creatures that accomplish some great tasks. A perfect example of this is the bee, which is a strong, resilient animal that pollinates most flowers and…

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Pieces of Art

Dear Parents, For a moment, picture a beautiful piece of art. It could be something hanging in a museum or on your mantle at home. The art itself could be a portrait, a landscape, or something abstract. Regardless of its category, the piece of art has value. Some of the value will be based on…

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Support: A Key Ingredient to Success

Dear Parents, What is one of the most important ingredients to the success of any team, organization, or community? When we think of some of the all-time great athletes like Michael Jordan and Wayne Gretzky, we sometimes forget that they had Scottie Pippen and Jari Kurri to come alongside them to make them consistent champions.…

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The Greatest Commandment

Dear Parents, What is our greatest responsibility in caring for our children? There are some obvious things that come to mind like providing food, clothes, and shelter. Protection and keeping our children safe is another priority. While these are clearly important, there is another element that needs to be at the top of our list…

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Head Versus Heart

Dear Parents, Over the course of the past week, the theme of head knowledge versus heart knowledge has come up several times in conversations that I have had with teachers and parents. It is arguably one of the biggest challenges that we face as a Christian school, and that many churches face in this day…

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World Hearing Day

Little girl with hearing aid, closeup

Dear Parents, Character development is one of the things that we feel is so central to the experience we are providing our students at Trinity, and is an integral part of the vision of our school. One of themes that ties several character traits together is kindness. All throughout this week at Trinity, we have…

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Kindergarten Discovery Day

Happy kids

Join us on February 25, from 9 AM to 11 AM for our annual Kindergarten Discovery Day. This year’s event will be held in person again. We will provide a brief presentation while your child spends time in the classroom. The presentation will include: a brief introduction to the school an overview of our kindergarten…

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Risk

Dear Parents, I came across a great article recently entitled, “The Risk in Things that We Don’t Do,” written by George Couros. It was a great reminder that taking risks is an essential part of our lives. Whenever we want to start something new, there will always be a risk involved; however, there is also…

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Refocusing on God

Dear Parents, Happy New Year! While the hope and excitement of a fresh start seems to be waning already with the return of remote learning and restrictions, it is increasingly clear that we need to look up and find our strength and joy in the Lord alone. Over these past few days, I have been…

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The Gift of Shalom

Artistic rendering of the word Shalom

Dear Parents, What is it that our hearts and our world long for the most? Arguably peace or Shalom would top our list. In this 2nd week of Advent, we considered what the word Shalom means and some of its implications. While the word peace is often the translation for Shalom, the original Hebrew word…

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