If you missed our “Healthy Families and Technology” presentation, we have collected some resources for you. The presentation was researched and written by three University of Kentucky Honors students: Clay Chambliss, Bailey Chandler, and Isaac D'Souza.
Are you making your summer plans? There are so many camps this summer at Trinity! Choose from athletic, music, enrichment camps, and even classes on typing and 3D printing.
Visit our Summer Camps page for more information and registration information.
All Trinity parents are invited to attend a presentation about dangers of the Internet at 8:10 a.m., Tuesday, April 23, in the Upper School Sanctuary. Three University of Kentucky Honors students will be here to help parents promote healthy Internet and social media usage in their families.
Topics will include: screen time and cognitive development, social media’s effect on children, child socialization in the digital age, and steps that can be taken to create healthy Internet behaviors for children.
Don’t miss Trinity’s annual Gala at 6 p.m., Saturday, April 13, at the Woodford Reserve Room at Kroger Field. You’ll enjoy a delicious dinner, a fantastic selection of auction items, and an enjoyable evening of community with the Trinity family. Purchase tickets and browse auction items at https://one.bidpal.net/trinitygala.
Ten-Minute Play Festival: A Collection of Short Performances
March 21-23 at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students. The Drama Team is promoting two specials:
• Friday night, Spirit Night: All students can get in for $5.
• Saturday night, Date Night: Couples can buy a special $30 Date Night ticket and come early, drop their children off in childcare, and enjoy pre-show coffee and desserts.
Tickets are available online at https://tenminuteplays.bpt.me or at the door. Please support our Theater Program!
Our priority reenrollment period is now open and runs through February 15. Reenrolling by this date guarantees your spot and allows us to carefully balance class size and address any hiring needs. Following this deadline, you may reenroll if there is space remaining, but you will incur an additional charge.
To reenroll, follow the link in the email you received with the title beginning, “Trinity Christian Academy Fall 2019 – Spring 2020,” or log in to your TADS account and select the reenrollment registration option.
More details about reenrollment can be found in the email from Robert Cunningham that went out on January 11.
Have Another Child Ready for Trinity?
Siblings of current Trinity students have admissions priority, but only if their applications are submitted before a class is full. To put in an application, log in to your TADS account and select the Admissions tab, or click here and log into your current account when prompted.
If you have questions, please contact Tory Tanaka in Admissions: 271-0079 x222, or email@example.com.