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Remote Learning

TRINITY'S Remote Learning Plan

As we enter into a period of remote learning at Trinity Classical Academy, it is worth emphasizing at the outset that our school and our community are not closed. Our campus may be, for the time being, but our mission to produce young men and women of virtue, wisdom, purpose and courage remains alive and vibrant throughout this temporary period. Our method of educating children in the Christian faith and classical tradition is shifting from face-to-face to virtual, and we see both challenges and opportunities with this shift. However, it does not alter in any way our commitment to the health, well-being, and growth of every student in our community.

Communications from Principals

May 27th - from Massetto/Richardson (regarding book return)

April 18th - from Mrs. Howell (Principal, Special Education)

April 9th - from Mrs. Massetto (Principal, Upper School)

March 26th - from Mrs. Howell (Principal, Special Education)

March 24th - from Mr. Richardson (Principal, Grammar School)

March 16th - from Mrs. Howell (Principal, Imago Dei School)

March 16th - from Mrs. Massetto (Principal, Upper School)

March 13th - from ALL Principals

Communications from Head of School

Besides the video messages found on this page, copies of Mrs. Caddow's emails regarding dates for remote learning can be found here.

Tips for Parents

  • Establish a Regular Schedule for your student(s).
  • Create a study space that is conducive to learning and provides ample supervision.
  • Be sure to read all school communications. This is an event that is evolving constantly, and it will be important to stay abreast of any changes that may occur. Please check the Trinity Coronavirus Response webpage regularly. 
  • Encourage independence, but recognize that this format may be challenging for your student. 
  • Assist your student in maintaining contact with friends virtually. 
  • Encourage physical activity to provide balance, stress relief, and time away from screens.
  • When posting pictures on social media, please use #TrinityAtHome 

Resources and Contacts

Andrew Richardson, Principal of Grammar School
Wendy Massetto, Principal of Upper School
Megan Howell, Principal of Special Education
Liz Caddow, Head of School
Elizabeth Hosmann, Director of Admissions
Jeff Kulp, Chief Operations Officer
Dr. Matt Dixon, Administrator of Spiritual Life and Co-Curricular Programs
Tom Brown, Director of Fine Arts
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Most Recent Video Messages:

(Find More videos below)

All of our videos since Remote Learning began, including Coffee with Caddow, can be found on our Remote Learning Playlist on YouTube

Last Week of Remote Learning - #KnightsTogether

May 26, 2020

Catechism - Q 52

May 26, 2020

High Five Friday - Seniors Edition

May 22, 2020

Remote Learning Fun

First page of the PDF file: RemoteLearningPhotos

Madison Perry begins her lesson with prayer. Mrs. Escorza, Miss Escorza and Sean Amoroso join her on Zoom.

Madison Perry - IDS 8th grader - executing a Life Skills lesson - “emptying wastebaskets and vacuuming a room” taught by Miss Escorza.

Madison Perry - IDS 8th grader - executing a Life Skills lesson - “emptying wastebaskets and vacuuming a room” taught by Miss Escorza.

Mark Vogel working on a phonics lesson with movable alphabet led by Mrs Barbara Escorza.

Madison and Sean working on Science remotely with Mrs. Escorza.

Week #8 Remote Learning - #KnightsTogether

May 18, 2020

Catechism - Q 50

May 18, 2020

Week #7 Remote Learning - #KnightsTogether

May 11, 2020

Catechism - Q 49

May 11, 2020

High Five Friday - Kulp Edition

May 1, 2020

Visit our YouTube channel - Remote Learning section

to view all of our fun Playlists made over the past several weeks