Dear Friends and Visitors,
On behalf of the Trinity Lutheran School Staff, thank you for your interest in our school. Trinity is truly a special place where God joins hands with students, parents, grandparents, teachers and friends to engrave Himself on the hearts of His precious children. I invite you to visit our school to learn about our strong academic program, the community we share and how a Trinity education will be the catalyst for your child’s future successful learning.
Each day I am humbled to be a part of a dynamic teaching team who are focused, motivated and intentional with their teaching while providing a nurturing and fun classroom. Their dedication to your child’s academic and spiritual journey is student-centered, actively engaging and challenging while promoting learning through exploration and experimentation. Watching the teacher-student relationship develop and grow, while partnering with the families is a highlight of my job. At the end of the year, seeing how the students have matured and grown academically and as Christians is why we are here.
This year we navigated digital learning due to the Covid -19 pandemic. We had some “bumps” in the road however, our teaching staff, students and parents partnered together to uphold the mission of Trinity Lutheran School. It is our commitment to preserve our academic integrity and academic excellence as we continue to move forward during these uncertain times. I consider it my duty to continue the mission of Trinity Lutheran Church and School which began in 1878. It is a privilege to partner with our staff, families and students to provide a positive educational and Christian building experience which will be the foundation for their academic journey.
I invite you to partner with us for the 2020-2021 school year. At Trinity, your child will grow in faith, knowledge and confidence, while discovering and embracing their God given gifts, talents and abilities.
Serving in Christ,
Cathy Kester-McNabb, M.S. ED, LPC
“Your child will grow in faith, knowledge and confidence at Trinity Lutheran School.”