Trinity's California Scholarship Federation (CSF) chapter met on Monday for their final meeting of the semester. They honored their CSF senior life members with applause and a candy bar. They also collected the packages they had made for their Spring service project.
Under the direction of Trinity's newest math teacher, Ms. Sally Leon, the eighth-grade class enjoyed a new project: the Escape Room Extravaganza! The group project was completed by students over the course of several weeks and involved the creation of an over-arching theme or concept (i.e. murder mystery, stranded on a desert island, escape from Disneyland, etc.). Students created a minimum of five challenges/puzzles/ciphers to be solved and included hints for each puzzle, in case they were needed.
Roller coasters were being assembled in Promise Circle before spring break. The Honors Algebra II class had a hands-on project that made for experiential learning. (Other math classes had the same assignment but we caught the fun photos of this class.)
Yesterday was a special day to honor a special lady. Our own Head of School, Mrs. Liz Caddow, was selected by Assemblywoman Suzette Valladares (R-Santa Clarita) to receive the honor of the California Legislature's 2021 Woman of the Year for the 38th Assembly District.
March 1st began a new month and a new opportunity for students to serve their community. The induction ceremony only happens once a year in the spring and is a formal ceremony that welcomes new students into Trinity’s National Honor Society (NHS).
Each year, Trinity launches a Day of Giving campaign to support the Annual Fund. This year's was the most successful campaign to date.
In the past, we were able to have a bigger, on-campus Day of Giving event. Due to Covid, we focused our efforts to inform our community about the Trinity Fund's immense importance via online communications.
We have continued through this crisis to serve as students as safely and creatively as possible. While everything is mitigated, seasons have shifted, and CIF holds us to their guidelines, we are doing all we can to continue to see that our students learn and grow, academically and physically.
Trinity first-grade students study the seven continents and various countries around the world. They learn about different cultures and customs, gaining an appreciation for all God's children.
First graders have always enjoyed being "Appleseeds" and learning about pumpkins and this year is no different. First graders brought their own apples this year and they used their five senses to observe their difference and of course, their taste!
Trinity's National Honor Society (NHS) students worked in conjunction with Love SCV to prepare 55 Thanksgiving meal kits for local SCV families in need. Each NHS student gathered food from a list provided by Love SCV, put together a box or a bag with all their meal kit items, wrote an encouraging note, and decorated their box for distribution to families in Newhall and Canyon Country.