May 10, 2020

Trinitas News May 2020

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April 21, 2020

From the Desk of Jorge del Pino

This past Saturday, schools at both the state and local levels have made the decision to keep students at home, continuing with the distance learning format through the remainder of the school year. Trinitas Academy also believes that this decision is in the best interest of our students, staff, and their respective families, and has decided to do likewise.

After three weeks of distance learning, we hope that everyone has tried their very best to overcome initial “hurdles”, and has now adjusted and is well acquainted with teachers’ formats and expectations. Please make sure your child remains caught up with his/her assignments and attempts to follow a daily routine that assimilates to the regular school hours as much as possible. Our students are receiving grades for their online classwork, quizzes, as well as tests, particularly in the core subject areas. Although our teachers have been flexible to this point and understanding with their students as we all adapt to our new format, please don’t allow your child to accumulate past incomplete assignments.

Calendar Updates
Throughout these final weeks of school, we will keep you informed of plans to reschedule postponed events or schedule new events over the summer, such as Kindergarten, 5th grade, 8th grade, and 12th grade graduations; yearbook signing parties, and similar – as they develop. As far as the Terranova3 National Achievement Tests that were originally scheduled for the week of April 27th, they will very likely be administered in the fall of next school year, sometime in September. Keep checking Renweb and our school website for new calendar updates. Our last day of school will still be June 4th, and if you are interested in distance learning summer school for your child to better prepare him/her for next school year, be on the lookout for more information to come on that opportunity.

Bible Curriculum
We have obtained the digital version of our Bible workbooks which our students have been learning from since the beginning of the year. Your child’s teacher will be incorporating these in their lesson plans and uploading them to RenWeb.

In order to successfully complete our commitment to stick together during these challenging times, we ask that you please finalize your child’s re-enrollment so that we can better plan for the 2020-2021 school year. Soon you will receive more details about our new and exciting referral program. You better than anyone can spread the word on the difference Trinitas Academy is making in your child’s life. You have experienced first-hand the amazing dedication of our teachers and their determination to help their students succeed in all areas. Let’s keep growing together!

Trinitas Academy High School is affiliated with Liberty University Online Academy. Any of our eight grade parents who may be interested in knowing more about our program and who may be considering it as one of their options for their middle school graduate, please contact Ms. Xiovan Mesa at for more information, or call her at (954) 581-2744, ext. 115. We would love for any of our eight graders to continue being part of our Trinitas student body!

Yours in His Service,
Pastor Jorge

April 15, 2020
Marlyn Ramirez

Trinitas Academy- Coronavirus Update April

Dear Parents,

Based on the most recent guidance from the CDC, school campuses across Florida are being strongly recommended to stay closed, at least through May 1st. Trinitas Academy will continue working on its Distance Learning Format until further notice.

We are extremely proud of our Trinitas Family and how everyone has committed to being in this together, showing grace and love towards one another, while trusting in the sovereign Lord, who does all things well and governs every detail, working it all together for our good and for His glory.

On Monday, a survey went out after two weeks of Distance Learning. Please take a few minutes to answer some brief questions in order to give us important feedback that we might better serve you. We desire this format of learning to be a positive and uplifting experience and want our students to still have a sense of joy in learning.

Our faculty and staff are still responding to phone calls and emails. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need any assistance. Their extension numbers and emails are listed on our website at There, you can also find important updates on new calendar revisions. Please note that the third quarter report cards will be emailed to parents on the scheduled day, and so will the academic certificates after that.

Be encouraged and uplifted during these times. No earthly circumstance ever interrupts the perfect will of our Lord Jesus. He is still building His church and calling sinners to become His disciples. May the Lord continue to protect and provide for you and yours.

In His service,

Jorge del Pino

For Coronavirus Information please check the link below:

COVID-19|Florida Department of Health

April 14, 2020

Trinitas News April 2020

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March 24, 2020

Trinitas Academy – Coronavirus Updates

Trinitas Academy will follow the Florida Department of Education’s order for all public and private schools to remain closed through April 15 due to concerns about coronavirus. Our Spring Break will be moved up to the week of March 23rd, and Distance Learning will begin Monday, March 30th. Additional details will be provided via e-mail.

Given the most recent information related to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and its impact on our community, Trinitas Academy will shift to a Distance Learning format from March 30th until at least April 15th.

During this time, teachers and staff are planning and preparing for an excellent distance learning experience for our students, which is scheduled to begin Monday, March 30th.

The health and well-being of our school community is our top priority, and we will continue to make proactive decisions that have everyone’s best interest in mind. No matter how long this lasts, we plan to continue providing our families with the quality education they have come to expect from Trinitas Academy, regardless of the means of delivery.

Additional details will be shared with our families as we continue to develop these plans to best care for your child(ren).

We ask that you all continue to be in prayer for those who have been affected by this virus, and may we be a light to anyone who is struggling with feelings of fear or anxiety and point them to the Prince of Peace.

As those who trust in God, we will not walk in fear, but will rely on His wisdom.


Pastor Jorge

For Coronavirus Information please check the link below:

COVID-19|Florida Department of Health