Throughout the year, TLS students visit people in need as school service projects. The following narratives express student reflections about recent experiences at the Ronald McDonald House and Second...read more
Students involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) on Fridays at Trinity recently explored the idea of “plenty.” Students discussed that when we have even just our basic needs met, that we actually have more than many others in the world, and that lack of...read more
Because of this year’s Downtown Orlando Pumpkin Patch, Trinity’s Parent Teacher League was able to raise funds to support Trinity Lutheran School - Infants through Eighth grade. Our parents, teachers, volunteers, and guests were able to enjoy some cool crisp fall days...read more
On October 31, the world will recognize the achievements of Martin Luther, who 500 years ago started the Age of Reformation in Europe when he nailed 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. His 95 Theses were posted as points of debate...read more
The Garden of Discovery is learning about the farm this month: crops, animals, chores and what we get from animals. The class has created a Farmers Market in their classroom to learn about the foods we get from farms. Noah's Ark is the Bible theme, and the kids...read more
Fall sports are starting to wind down here at Trinity and it has been apparent in our students as they grow closer as classmates and friends. Also, they’ve gotten better. Our Vikings are becoming stronger with every practice and game. Now that they have had a nice warm-up in fall, it is time to start thinking about winter sports.
After recent events in Las Vegas, Trinity's 5/6 Religion class started talking about our response tragedy and the fear we experience. Many of our Trinity students connected to recent events in Las Vegas through the fear they still hold after the Pulse shootings here...read more