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From the Principal's Desk - May 2021

Updated: Jan 17

“Thanks be to God who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Our theme verse for this school year has provided us with much-needed comfort in a world that continues to change. 1 Corinthians 15:57 has served teachers and students alike, as a daily reminder of the victory we have through Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. In a world of unrest, we are reminded that the love of God our Father is constant.


Soon the many sounds of children learning and growing will diminish as we complete our 2020-2021 school year. As we finish up our time together, we praise God for our dedicated, creative, hard-working teachers, and our faithful volunteers and staff. Many hands and hearts have been at work daily creating an atmosphere of love and learning.


We especially thank our school parents for entrusting their children to our care. Things may not have looked and felt the same this year but socially, emotionally, academically, and spiritually our Trinity children have grown through vast experiences and opportunities.


In partnership with parents and the congregation, we continue to provide each child with a Christ-centered education that focuses on their unique abilities. This partnership is key to the success of our school and our mission.


We thank all who have supported us throughout our school year and ask you to continue to pray for the families, teachers, and students of TLS.


God’s blessings to our 8th grade graduates. May they continue to be wise leaders and Christian influences grounded in the purpose that God has for them.


We are Victorious through Christ, and that Victory is ours together. In the years to come may we continue to work together as the Trinity Lutheran School family to provide the children in our care with a Christ-centered education.


Thanks be to God for the victory we have in Him each day!





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