On Trinitas News November 2017, check all the upcoming events for this month.
We are also announcing the Fall Fundraiser Winners!
1st Place Joshua Frankenstein –prize $100.00 and will be principal on December 5th
2nd Place Abigail Frankenstein-prize $50.00 and will be office manager on December 5th
3rd Place Noah Robaina-prize $25.00 and will be teachers for the day for 5th Grade on December 5th
5th Grade!-prize field trip to Off the Wall TBD
Will be announced soon!
Will be attending Universal Studios-tentatively January 18th
Early Bird winners:
· Keven Argueta
· Aaron Mung
· Joy Nuam
· Karly Tacquard
· Noah Robaina
· Christopher Gamez
Prize No uniform during November 27- December 1st and Donut party on November 30th.
Congratulations to the winners and thank you so much for all your support!!!
We would like to hear from you, our students and parents. So share any comments, questions, suggestions, and news with our Trinitas community.
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Every year, Operation Christmas Child delivers millions of shoebox gifts to children around the world. They are shining the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to children affected by war, poverty, disease, and natural disasters. Shoebox gifts are fueled by the power of prayer, bringing the Good News and Great Joy to the ends of the world.
This year at Trinitas Academy we have a goal of touching the lives of 100 children by sending 100 shoebox gifts to children in need. In order to meet our goal we need your help! ALL SHOE BOXES ARE DUE NOVEMBER 14.
SEE HOW YOU CAN HELP!
For more details or questions please contact Mrs.Aixa Almeda
We would like to hear from you, our students and parents. So share any comments, questions, suggestions, and news with our Trinitas community. We will be sharing with all of you, every fantastic, upcoming events that will fill this school year with amazing experiences!
Dear Trinitas Family,
Once again, we are extremely grateful for God’s mercies and the minimal effects we experienced from Hurricane Irma here in Broward County. We will continue to pray for those most affected in other parts of our state and the Caribbean and will seek ways to be a small part of hurricane relief efforts as a ministry.
This email is to let you know that electricity has now been restored to our building and we are ready to resume classes. Our teachers will return tomorrow to rearrange their rooms and Trinitas Academy will be open for all its students on Monday, September 18th. Our Commissioning Service has been rescheduled for Sunday, September 24th. We have lots to give thanks for and a lot to look forward to this year!
We are excited to be able to see everyone again and continue the work the Lord has called us to.
In His service,
Jorge del Pino