Welcome to the new school year! There are so many changes that our Blazers (and you) will see throughout the school when they arrive here this week. The new faculty, the new building, the new gardens, and the courtyard are exciting additions that will further enhance your child’s life at Trinity.
Of course, the most important addition to our campus is the class of 2026! I look forward to seeing them in the halls as they grow and become an integral part of our community. I love watching the changes in the students year to year!
This year’s seniors, the class of 2023, were freshmen when I arrived on campus. We have weathered some storms together, and I will be saying farewell to them before you know it. Yes, the year will fly by quickly, and pretty soon you’ll be receiving the “Have a good summer” newsletter. This is why I want to remind all the parents and guardians of the same thing we always remind the students: Make the most of these years! Your child will get the most out of high school when she becomes involved in teams, clubs, and activities. And so will you!
Please be on the lookout for opportunities to get involved. We have both a Mothers and Fathers club, and traditionally it is those parents who we really get to know. Come to the events, plays, art shows, and athletic competitions, even if your child is not the one in the spotlight! Because many of her friends will be, and that’s your chance to get to know them and their parents. Come to curriculum night and conferences, and volunteer for our open house. These are all ways in which the adult community of Trinity can lead by example.
It is my sincere hope that I get to know not only each of your daughters but also each of you over the course of your time here. The Trinity community is stronger for having each and every one of you, and I am ever grateful to be blessed to be part of it!
Let’s have a great year together!