jeremiah 29:11

Dear Parents,

We have many things to be grateful for here at Trinity. It has been such a blessing to see our students in the hallways and on our playground after so many months of silence and inactivity. We are also thankful for the many opportunities we have to see you as parents, as you drop off and pick up your children. 

We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to some of our staff that have moved on from Trinity or have opted to take a year away from us due to COVID or other life events. They have all played a key role in blessing our children and community with the various gifts that they have brought to our team.

After 3 years at Trinity, Mrs.Tompson has taken a new teaching position at Milton Christian School. We wish her all the best in this new endeavour and know that God will use her to bless her new students there.

After 1 year at Trinity, Mr. Ippolito got married over the summer. He also took a position as a Project Manager for an IT company in Toronto. We pray God’s blessing on his new married life as well as his work plans.

Last year, Mr. Paul graciously stepped in to during Mrs. Dorsman’s maternity leave. While we expect to occasionally see Mr. Paul at Trinity as a supply teacher this year, he has taken a part-time teaching position at Providence Christian School. We wish him all the best, as he continues to make a kingdom impact on his students.

We would also like to extend a special thank you to our EAs Mrs. Bos and Mrs. Heideman for their commitment to our school by proving vital support to our students in their classrooms. Mrs. Bos has been a part of our community for over 15 years serving in many different grades over the years, but most recently in the grade 4 class.

Meanwhile, Mrs. Heideman joined us 2 years ago providing support in both the primary and junior grades. They will both be dearly missed this year.

Thank you as well to Miss. Vanderlingen who was a great support to our Primary classes last year. 

As Jeremiah 29:11 reminds us, we know God has wonderful plans for each one of them and we are blessed that they passed through our school for a time.

Click here for my short video update for this week.

Sincerely,
J-D Lussier, Principal