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From the Principal's Desk - November 2020

What’s unique about Trinity Lutheran School?

There are so many answers to this question; Christ-centered, loving atmosphere, tight knit classrooms, academic excellence, active and supportive parents. The list goes on and on, but in one word, it’s “family”.

We are a Lutheran school devoted to providing our students with the opportunity to see Jesus at the center of each and every day. It is evident in the family atmosphere that is built within the walls of Trinity Lutheran School.

What makes us unique?

Our tight knit classrooms lead to an even tighter school community. It is not unusual to see our middle schoolers interacting with the primary grades. It is always such a joy to hear their conversations in passing, “I’ll see you at recess!” “Hey, want to play 6 square with us?” “When will “blank” be back?” (In how many schools does a Kindergartener know when a 7th grader has been sick?)

Our tight-knit community is witnessed in watching a 7th grader block for a kindergartener to ensure they make the touchdown. Listening as an upper grade student takes it upon themselves to teach behavioral skills and relate their past experiences to a young person’s life. When the average middle schooler’s life revolves around self it is such a blessing to see them take the focus off of themselves and use their skills to encourage, relate and teach the younger children on a daily basis.

We are indeed a family and watching our Christian family, grow, develop and work together is such a blessing! Trinity is building leaders, teaching accountability, and nurturing a genuine concern for others.

As our mission statement says Trinity is working to nurture our children to live in service to God and man. 1 Corinthians 15:57 “Thanks be to God who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.”

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