School Newsletter

Trinity Lutheran School – March 2017 Newsletter Article.

Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or danger, or sword? No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.

Romans 8:35,37

 Wow, I thought the election was rough.  I have never seen so many people worried about so many things as I now see across America and the world.  Fake news, mass hysteria, rumors of war, etc., etc., etc. You name it and someone is afraid of it.

What a great opportunity for Christians to be strong, stand firm, and not give into the paranoia of the day.  For we know that our eternal life is assured.  Christ has risen.  It is finished.  God is still in heaven.  And so, we should comfort those who are distraught because of the news these days.  We can show them by our actions that we are confident in our faith and know that these things cannot separate us from God’s love.  We can share the hope that is in Christ Jesus with a troubled world.

Let us pray that the Holy Spirit will be with us as we share the good news.  And how are they to hear without someone preaching.  Romans 10:14

To begin March we will be celebrating Dr. Seuss week February 27th through March 3rd.  The K-2 grade students will be having activities all week.  K-8 will host a book fair from 5 to 7 on March 2nd.  This book fair will involve each child building a display to share information about a book they recently read.  We will also be displaying art work throughout the building that week.

The third quarter will end on the 10th, and we will be having Parent/Teacher conferences on the 16th and 17th.  Also, we will be enjoying spring break the week of March 27th.

Around the bend in April, we will be taking Friday, the 14th, off for Good Friday observance.  Also a field trip to History Colorado is planned for the last week.

If you know of anyone who voices concerns about their children’s education, and whose children are not currently attending Trinity Lutheran School, please suggest to them that they visit with Principal Kevin Rhode at the school for information about what Trinity offers. Word of mouth referrals to friends and family are ways that you can support the ministry of our school.

We welcome anyone who would like to stop by and see what we offer the children of our community. If you would like to visit with us about placing your child in Trinity please call to make an appointment. It is never too late to enroll your child in Little Lambs, Trinity Early Learning Center or for kindergarten through eighth grade. Read your bulletins and tidbits for opportunities to help and for lists of events going on at our school. Check us out on Face Book. As always please keep our students, staff and school board in your prayers.

Your servant in Christ

Kevin Rhode

Principal