Don’t miss out on all the fun!
October 15 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
@Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park (formerly known as John U. Lloyd Beach State Park) at the Osprey Pavilion
There will be music, hamburgers and hotdogs, great fellowship and a fun time at the beach. Help us by bringing a side dish, drinks, or a dessert. Please sign up at the front office!
View or download Beach Blast Flyer
Hurricane Matthew brought along with it some great devastation to several places. We pray for those heavily affected – especially those who lost loved ones, as in the case of Haiti. In South Florida, we are grateful that the storm did not hit us hard and that preparations were only as precaution.
After assessing conditions in our church and school building, we are pleased to announce that everything seems safe, power is on, and classes can resume to their regular schedule on Monday, October 10th. We will keep an eye on the future path of this storm and possible future storms that may affect our area.
At this moment we will not require hurricane “make up days” for the time lost and trust that classes will not be interrupted again in the near future. See you all back in school on Monday!
In His service,
Jorge del Pino
Dear Trinitas Family,
Trinitas Academy will be closed on Thursday and Friday, October 6-7, to allow our families to prepare and be safe at home as Hurricane Matthew nears our coast. We trust that our families will be under God’s care and protection, and we also pray for those who may be in the storm’s path in the days ahead.
We anticipate reopening our doors and resuming our regular class schedule on Monday, October 10th. You can continue accessing updated information through our webpage at www.trinitasacademy.com or our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TrinitasAcademy/, or simply by looking out for e-mail updates. Stay tuned to local news stations for the latest information on Hurricane Matthew and Broward Schools closures.
Praying for His protection,