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  • September

    Trinity Speech and Debate team at Muleshoe

    Trinity takes home "Best Overall Performance" award at Muleshoe

    Even with a very small crew—only 4 competitors—Trinity Speech and Debate claims title to one of the Sweepstakes team awards for "Best Overall Performance". Trinity's results from the tournament on September 14, 2019 are as follows: 
    Danielle B., 1st in Informative Speaking, 2nd in Poetry, 2nd in Impromptu Speaking.
    Debbie B., 1st in Impromptu Speaking, 6th in Original Oratory.
    Betsy H., 3rd in Original Oratory (in her first tournament). 

    Lorraine O. also competed and contributed to the team totals.
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  • First MS Tennis Match September 10

    The Middle School tennis team rivaled Fort Stockton Middle School in their first match of the season yesterday
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  • Trinity Girls Golf Team

    Girls Golf Wins 1st Place in Monahans

    Girls Golf places first as a team in their first fall golf tournament of the season, winning by almost 70 strokes. They will try for their fourth state title this spring season. 

    Jules C. 1st place
    Alexandra E. 2nd place
    Aspen E. 3rd place
    Brooke W. 4th place
    Spencer W. placed 3rd in the boys bracket.

    Read the full MRT article.
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  • Successful First Tournament for Speech and Debate

    Trinity Speech and Debate students, Sydney L., David V. and Danielle B. swept the TTU/Tascosa Speech and Debate tournaments on September 7, 2019.  

    Danielle B. 
    1st in Informative Speaking (TTU and Tascosa)
    1st in Original Oratory (TTU)
    1st in Impromptu (TTU)
    3rd in Poetry (TTU)
    1st in Poetry (Tascosa)
    3rd in Impromptu (Tascosa)
    4th in Original Oratory (Tascosa)

    Sydney L. was 5th in Congressional Debate
    Danielle is now qualified for the Texas Forensic Association State Tournament in Informative Speaking.  “What an incredibly successful first outing of the season!,” commented Trinity Speech and Debate Coach, John Klassen.  "Most kids don't "qual" until January or so...Danielle did it in one tournament."

    Photo: Danielle B. posing with her multiple trophies. 
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  • Work of Educators is Multifaceted

    Shelby Hammer
    Read the latest article featured in the Midland Reporter Telegram by Trinity's Head of School, Shelby Hammer.
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  • Trip to Belgium Offers Hope for a Peaceful World

    Trinity School Senior, Vivienne D., posted about her summer expeditionary trip to Belgium, in the article covered by the MRT. 
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  • August

    Meet the Trinity Chargers Varsity Football Team

    Meet the Trinity Chargers Varsity Football team in the article published by the MRT.
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  • Trinity Creates Infant Care Center

    Read the article by MRT about the newly opened Infant Care Center at Trinity.  
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  • Trinity Baseball Players Recognized

    Congratulations to the following Chargers who earned All-District recognition:

    All-TAPPS Division III, District 1 Baseball Team

    Second Team All-District 
    Ethan Lujan, Dawson Butts, Brennon Kennedy

    Honorable Mention All-District 
    Andrew Varner, Adin Watson, Max Henderson, Barrett Branch, John Paul Fanous

    Five players also receieved Honorable Mention for the 2019 Midland Reporter Telegram Postseason Baseball Team 
    Ethan Lujan, Barrett Branch, Dawson Butts, Max Henderson, Adin Watson 
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  • Trinity Football Moves Back to 6-man

    The Trinity Chargers are moving back to 6-man football. Read the full MRT article.
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  • May

    Congratulations to the Class of 2019

    All have been accepted by four year colleges and they were offered over $2 million in scholarships1
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  • Livestream of 2019 Commencement

    Commencement Live Feed

    Watch a livestream of Trinty School's Commencement 2019 at 10:00 a.m., Friday, May 24.
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  • Vina Rahlfs

    At the age of almost 101, Vina Rahlfs passed away on May 16. Mrs. Rahlfs served the Trinity community for decades, personifying energy and excellence in the classroom. In the words of Peggy Simmons, Head of School Emerita of Trinity School, we recognize " .....the important role Vina Rahlfs played for over forty years in the founding, growth, and development of Trinity School.  She taught students, guided parents, educated teachers, trained acolytes, nurtured Heads, and was a constant source of inspiration. In essence, she was the heart and soul of our school."

    There will be a memorial service at her church in Alabama this weekend, and very possibly a memorial service in Midland in six to eight weeks. Details will be made available as soon as they are known.
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  • Students Selected for Midland Young Leaders Challenge

    Ros E. '20 and Andrea K. '20 have both been selected to participate in the Midland Young Leaders Challenge with General Tommy Franks. ​The Midland Young Leaders Challenge is sponsored by Midland College, the Midland Independent School District and the General Tommy Franks Leadership Institute. A total of 30 students are selected from Midland County for the Midland Young Leaders Challenge with General Tommy Franks. Congratulations to Andrea and Ros.
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  • Trinity Student to Attend Four Star Leadership Program

    The Four Star Leadership program is a world-class summer leadership program that allows 70 of the top high school students in the world to meet face-to-face with national and international leaders. The national program offers a once in a lifetime opportunity, confronting students with practical leadership and ethical scenarios and challenging them individually in a persuasive speech and writing competition and collaboratively in an Ethics Bowl competition.  

    Congratulations to Ros E., member of the Class of 2020, who has been selected to attend this summer.
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  • Patricia Maurer

    Patricia Maurer

    Preschool and Lower School Head Patricia Maurer is retiring after seventeen years at Trinity School, just a part of her over fifty years' service in education. She was honored at an All School Worship Service on Thursday, May 9.
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  • April

    French Honor Society

    French Honor Society members visited Mrs. Dorr's kindergarten class and read "Come With me to Paris" by Gloria Fowler, which highligts Parisian attractions..  They also taught the students French rhymes that the children performed for each other. Everyone had a great time exploring French culture and language!
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  • Speech and Debate Showcase

    Trinity Speech and Debate Showcase, featuring performances from state and national qualifiers.
    6:30 p.m.
    Tuesday, April 30
    Midland Community Theatre
    Refreshments served
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  • Girls Golf Wins at State

    Chesley M. '19 wins individual boys title
    The Trinity Girls Golf Team won their third state title in a row on April 30.

    Read the Midland Reporter Telegram article.
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  • TAPPS Academics

    The Trinity Upper School Academics placed 2nd overall in the TAPPS Academic 4A State Championship, while bringing home many individual medals.
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  • March

    TAPPS Band Students Division I

    Congrats to Upper School band students who earned a 1st division medal at the TAPPS Instrumental solo competition at Lubbock Christian University.  Left to Right: Emily R., Victoria S., Mitchell S., Melissa M., Julian B., Nikkie G., Debbie B., Emilee W., Adalyn B., (not pictured Britton B.)
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  • Angela Maiers to Speak at Trinity

    Leader. Visionary. Entrepreneur. Disruptor. Change Maker. Angela embodies each of these descriptors with passion, commitment and fierce determination. She has been creating and leading change in education and enterprise for 31 years, teaching every level of school from grade school to graduate school and consulting with companies around the world. 

    Angela founded Choose2Matter to bring the world hope by helping every individual embrace their value and potential contribution. Initially launched to challenge and inspire students to work collaboratively to develop innovative solutions to social problems, Choose2Matter has evolved into a movement that support parents, educators, and employees around the world. Her work in 60,000 classrooms across 100 countries has rallied more than a million children who have banded together to launch 170 social enterprises and pass 17 laws. And organizations across all industries are finding new ways to ignite the genius of their employees, successfully addressing a $15 trillion employee engagement problem

    Angela earned a BS in Education with a minor in Neuroscience and Master Degrees in Literacy and Ed Leadership. 
    She is the author of eight books, including Liberating Genius,The Habitudes and The Passion Driven Classroom. Angela is widely recognized as one of most influential voices on social media today, consistently ranking in the top 1% and a regular contributor to the Huffington Post. @angelamaiers  (from www.angelamaiers.com)

    Angela Maiers will be the speaker at the 8th Annual Sweetie and Hal Clay Peck Memorial Speaker Series on tuesday, April 16, at 6 p.m.  in the Trinity School Commons. Free tickets available here.
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  • January

    Trinity Spelling Bee Winners

    Congratulations, Spelling bee winners! Ezekiel is the winner, Avi and Farrah tie for second. Ezekiel will move to the city-wide bee, and Farrah will serve as his alternate if he cannot attend
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