Trinity’s Kindergarten through 8th grade classes had so much fun with the lip sync battle on Tuesday. Check out the video below for a sampling of their wonderful performances:


Trinity Lutheran School will celebrate Lutheran Schools Week the week of February 24-28, 2020. “In All Things” is the theme for Trinity’s 2020 Lutheran Schools Week celebration.

Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18


Lutheran Schools Week provides the network of 1,950 LCMS preschools, elementary schools and high schools with the opportunity to proclaim and celebrate God’s work in Lutheran schools. Lutheran schools are amazing incubators for faithful witness of God’s love through Christ by teachers and students alike.


2020 Lutheran Schools Week Schedule:


Monday, Feb. 24 — In All Things…Give Thanks

Trinity “In All Things” Shirt Day (New Blue Shirt) and Trinity Kahoot! Challenge

Show your school spirit by wearing your new Trinity T-shirt! We will be gathering as Faith Families to play “Trinity Kahoot.” Students will also write notes of thanks to congregation members to be placed in the church bulletin.

Tuesday, Feb. 25 — In All Things…Rejoice

Class Matching Day and Lip Sync Battle

Classes will dress alike! In the afternoon classes will battle it out in a Lip Sync Battle. Teachers will inform students what to wear for their dress alike.

Wednesday, Feb. 26 — In All Things…Pray Continually

Superhero Day and Ash Wednesday Chapel

Ash Wednesday Chapel will be led by Pastor Holmes. Since Jesus is our best superhero possible, dress as another superhero of your choice. Buddy classes will meet together to pray together for our heroes of the faith, missionaries, and other heroes of our community–firefighters, police, and ER workers. Students will be given a prayer page to take home to continue prayers with their family.

Thursday, Feb. 27 — In All Things…Live in Hope

Preschool Grandparents’ Day and Hat/Crazy Socks Day

Students are asked to bring in a new book for Basket of Hope patients. Faith Families will gather to help with a service project

Friday, Feb. 28 — In All Things…Live Joyfully

Grandparents Day and Dress Your Best

Grandparents will start their day with coffee in the Parish Center. Students will join their grandparents for chapel at 8:30 a.m. which will be led by Pastor Hemenway. Grandparents and grandchildren will then follow a schedule specific for each family. Dismissal is at 1:15pm.

Sunday, March 1

Trinity Lutheran School Students sing at Worship Services

Families with last names beginning with A-H will sing at 8am and and families with last names beginning with I-Z at 10:30am.


Lutheran Schools Week Projects:

  • We will be making dog toys out of old t-shirts to give to the APL. If you have old t-shirts, please send them in to school. The students will braid them into dog toys.
  • We are also collecting books to give to a local charity, Basket of Hope, that delivers baskets to sick kids in the hospital. If possible, please bring in a new book. A Christian book would be a great choice, so that we can share God’s love with these children.
  • The students will also be assembling bags of items for the homeless in our community. We have already bought some items with a Thrivent grant, but if you would like to contribute monetarily so that we could add more items to the bags, that would be very helpful.


We are also collecting items for other upcoming projects. If you are able to send any of these items to school, it will be a great help!

  • paper towel
  • toilet paper tubes
  • egg cartons
  • cardboard pieces
  • milk lids
  • bottle caps

In 2018, Trinity’s Elements of Success program was nominated as a Powerful Practice by the National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA) validation team.


NLSA Powerful



are programs or practices that set a school apart and make it a highly respected educational institution in its community.

Trinity’s Elements of Success are Compassion, Composure, Citizenship, Clear Thinking, Creativity, Curiosity, Communication, and Collaboration. The elements and are woven into the  Trinity curriculum and incorporated at all grade levels, from early childhood through 8th grade. These skills, combined with academic excellence, equip our students to excel in all areas of their lives.



per week of resource services including special needs support services.



Trinity students consistently score above state and national averages.



of Trinity faculty members hold advanced degrees

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