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From the Principal's Desk - September 2021

Welcome to the 21-22 school year, Trinity family! We are off to a fantastic start! As we begin a new year, I want to take this opportunity to especially thank our school parents for entrusting their children to our care. The mission of our school is to provide each child with a Christ-centered education focusing on the whole child’s development. This mission cannot be successful without each child receiving support at home. The partnership of parents, school, and congregation makes our daily mission come alive. Together we are able to foster education- pursue excellence-and share the love of Jesus. Thank you to all who have donated funds for tuition assistance through ILSTO, special donations, or through the adopt a student program. Know that your donations are making a daily difference in the lives of God’s children and families. Thank you for your generosity.

A special thank you to the many people behind the scenes working to provide our children with a top-notch education. From classroom volunteers, special event helpers, and those who work diligently to take care of the facility, Thank you! The time and energy you commit to serving the Lord is greatly appreciated!

Trinity Lutheran’s ministry is more than a mere assembly of people. It is a family, redeemed by God’s grace through Jesus Christ. As a family, we recognize, value, and respect the needs of others. We pray for one another and we support one another. We are a community of students, parents, teachers, and congregation members that work together to make our school special, unique, and its benefits immeasurable.

Each day our community comes together to nurture each Trinity student as they grow physically, gain wisdom, and become closer to God.

I ask you to keep the students and families of Trinity in your prayers throughout this school year, that each child, teacher, and family be blessed with the loving presence of our Almighty God today and every day.

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