Trinity celebrates National Lutheran Schools Week

01.18.18 | News, School

    Students in Lutheran schools around the country will celebrate National Lutheran Schools Week (NLSW) beginning Jan. 21. Trinity has a number of events planned to make the week extra special. 

    Trinity kicks off the NLSW on Sunday. Students will be greeting church-goers on Sunday morning, reading during church and also participating in the prayers. The Jonah's Wailers choir will also sing at the 11 a.m. service. 

    On Monday, Jan. 22, the casual dress days begin with Wild West Day. Students can wear things like cowboy hats, books, jeans, handkerchiefs and vests. No spurs or ponies are allowed however. 

    Tuesday is "You're Quite the Character Day." Students are encouraged to dress like their favorite books, movie, comic or cartoon character. There will also be a special sports science assembly for all students. 

    Wednesday we will Dress Up for Jesus. During chapel that day, we will celebrate the baptism of one of our own students. 


    On Thursday, Trinity students are encouraged to get creative as it is Wacky/Tacky Clothes and Hair Day. There will also be a dress rehearsal for the talent show during the day. 


    Friday will wrap up casual/theme dress days with PJ day. Students can come to school ready to relax...and learn.  The annual talent show will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Gym. All attendees should enter through the school doors. 

    Lutheran Schools Week will end on Sunday, Jan. 28 with the Good News Choir singing at the 11 a.m. worship service. 

    Throughout the week, students  will be participate in a Virtual Mission Trip through Lutheran Hour Ministries. They will be learning about Cambodia and the work being done there to spread God's word.  To follow along with them, tune into the students' announcements livestream each morning at 8 a.m.