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Preschool at Trinity will be hosting its annual Back-to-School night on
Wednesday, August 30, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm!
Students enrolled in the 2 days/week 8:30 AM on Tuesdays & Thursdays (Purple Class) are invited to come
between 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm that evening.
Students enrolled in the 2 days/week 12:30 PM on Tuesdays & Thursdays (Orange Class) are invited to come
between 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm that evening.
Students enrolled in the 3 days on Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays (Yellow Class) are invited to come
between 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm that evening.
This will be an excellent opportunity to visit the classroom, meet the preschool and church staff, play on our playground, and meet your child's classmates and their parents! You may bring your school supplies and pay your first month's tuition as well. Please note that all registration forms including immunization records and health care summary forms must be complete and on file before your child can start attending class. If you have any questions in regards to what forms are still needed for your student, please call the school at 218-736-5847 or email email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you at Back-to-School night!
Mrs. Christensen’s classes get to share about themselves during their week as Pocket King or Pocket Queen. Students put something about themselves in each pocket of the jeans. It’s been a great way to learn about our friends!
All three preschool classes celebrated Valentine’s Day this week. Each class invited parents to join them for parties. Students did activities with their special adult and opened Valentines from their friends. Fun!
Come to Snowflake Factory! We are planning to kick of Fergus’ Falls Frostbite Festival with this family event, and everything here is FREE. Food will include hot dogs, chips, and snow cones. Games include giant tic-tac-toe, a race to match your mittens, and a snowball fight! Activities include playing in “snow sand”, insta-snow, and a water, along with riding tricycles and other toys, and playing with monster trucks. If you or your kids feel crafty, try making a snowman magnet, puzzle-piece snowflake, and scratch art, or make something on your own at our table of craft supplies. Do you feel like sitting for a while? Play Yahtzee, Farkle, Cribbage, Candy Land, cards, or put together a puzzle. Come in where it’s warm and play in the Snowflake Factory! See you on February 3rd!
On December 15, all three preschool classes combined to perform the program "A Tree for Christmas." Students shared speaking parts and songs that told about how a Christmas tree can remind us of Jesus. The lights remind us that Christ is the light of the world. The garland wrapped around the tree reminds us that Jesus was wrapped in swaddling cloths and laid in a manger at his birth. The angel reminds us of Gabriel who told Mary that she would give birth to Jesus and of the angels that told the shepherds about Jesus' birth. Candy canes remind us of the shepherds who were the first to hear about Jesus' birth and who spread the good news. Round ornaments remind us that Jesus came to take away the sins of the whole world. God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. ~ John 3:16
On October 27 (Green and Purple classes) and October 31 (Yellow class) the preschoolers had Sweet Reformation Parties. They learned about the beginning of the Reformation; did math activities with candy corn; played ball while learning the words through, in, on, over, and under; and rode tricycles and other riding toys. Each child received a sweet treat that included kettle corn provided by Mother, Goose and Bean's.
Mr. Dean Anderson from the Fergus Falls Fire Department visited preschool. He taught us that a fire fighter is just a regular person under all that gear, so we should not be afraid. He talked to us about smoke detectors, about practicing fire drills at home, and about having a family meeting spot outside our houses. He taught us how to stop, drop, and roll. He showed us a pumper truck and let us go inside. Thanks, Mr. Anderson!