The new school year is here, and that means more wonderful opportunities to share the love of Jesus Christ with our children and community! Trinity’s Parent Teacher League is here to support our school and its mission, and we need your help! The beginning of the year is a great time to learn about all of the ways you can get involved in your child’s education. Whether you have children in the Child Development Center or in the K-8 program, there are many ways to participate throughout the school year. Trinity’s PTL seeks to promote active participation by parents in our students’ education, and we support the academic, spiritual, and cultural programs offered by the school. This support includes fundraising and outreach with events such as Touch-A-Truck and Silent Auction, family events like Grandparent’s Day and Family Fun Nights, and honoring our teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week. This year we are excited to add a Pumpkin Patch to the mix. To find out more about PTL and how you can get involved, visit us during the K-8 Open House this Sunday 12-2:30 and come to the General Parent Meeting on August 31.     We hope to see you there!


Your PTL officers this year are:

President: David Beyer

Vice President: Meridith Swanson

Treasurer: Karen Gentry

Recording Secretary: Dawn Blaise

Communications Secretary: Jenny Beyer

Head Home Room Parent: Nicole Gough

CDC Staff Liaison– nominated, pending vote

K-8 Staff Liaison– Brooke McKinnon

Fundraising & Event Planning Coordinator:  nominated, pending vote


Important Dates

  • Sunday, August 23, 12-2:30pm PTL will be at the K-8 Open House in the gym
  • General Parent Meeting: Monday, August 31, at 5:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
  • Room Parent Social: Wednesday, September 9, at 5:30 in the Fellowship Hall

Upcoming PTL-sponsored events:

  • Tuesday, September 29—Thursday, October 1—Book Fair
  • Thursday, October 1: Grandparent’s Day
  • October (dates comes soon)—Pumpkin Patch and Fall Family Fun Night
  • Saturday, November 14—Touch-A-Truck


Submitted By Jenny Beyer, PTL Communications Secretary