Trinity Times

November 6, 2019

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8TH

7th Grade Field Trip

WISCO brings in 7th grades from all over the federation and gives them a taste of what a day at WISCO would be like. This year we are going on Tuesday, November 12 from 8:30 to 10:30. We will leave Trinity at 7:45 am so students should be here about 7:35 am. Permission Slip form was emailed to you. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Steinke.

Dress Code Reminders

As winter approaches and the weather turns colder please keep in mind these parts of our dress code.

  1. Shorts and capris may be worn to school anytime. However, students will be expected to participate with their classes during recess time. Students should have other clothing available for cold weather. pg. 16
  2. Tights, leggings, jeggings, yoga pants, or other form-fitting pants may be worn under skirts, dresses, and longer shirts. The fingertip/mid-thigh rule still applies to these skirts, dresses, and longer shirts. pg. 17 (We have had issues with some students not following this rule already.)

TLS BOOK FAIR NOVEMBER 4 - 7

Let's take an "Artic Adventure" to this years Book Fair! Snow Much to Read!

Wednesday, November 6: 3:30-7:00PM

Thursday, November 7: 3:30-6:00PM


PARENT VOLUNTEER HELPERS NEEDED AND APPRECIATED!

ONLINE BOOK FAIR OCT 30 - NOV 12

If you can't make it in next week you can still help raise some money for Trinity Lutheran School and pruchase your books online. Just click the link above and enjoy your shopping. These books make great stocking stuffers.

Celebration of Veterans Day RSVP by this Friday

Trinity is excited to host a Veterans Day Celebration on Friday November 15. Attached is an invitation for you to give to a Veteran whether its a family member, friend or neighbor. If you need more invitations, you can pick them up outside of the school office in the informational Kiosk. Veterans can RSVP by phone or send in the bottom portion of the invitation to Trinity by Friday November 8th

Jose's Blue Sombrero Night

Have a date night onTuesday, November 12th at Jose's Blue Sombrero.

Simply Present the Flyer! 25% of all food sales that day with the Flyer will be donated to Trinity

OCTOBER ACTIVITIES

Wednesday November 6th - Parent/Teacher Conferences

Book Fair - 3:30 -7:00pm

Boys A Team BB - 3:45pm

Boys B Team BB - 5:30pm

Thursday November 7th - Parent/Teacher Conferences

Book Fair - 3:30 - 7:00pm

Girls B Team BB - 3:45pm

Girls A Team BB - 6:30pm

Friday November 8th - No SCHOOL

Saturday November 9th

Girls C Team BB - 9:00am

Girls BB shooting practice - 2:00pm

Sunday November 10th

LP Sunday - both services

Dance Team - 12:00pm

Boys C Team BB - 5:30pm

Monday November 11th

Boys A Team BB - 3:45pm

Girls A Team BB - 5:30pm

WISCO Band - 6:15pm

Tuesday November 12th
7th Grade Field Trip to WISCO @ 7:45

Girls B Team BB - 3:45pm

Boys B Team BB - 5:15pm

Lutheran Pioneers Meeting - 6:30pm

Wednesday November 13th

Boys A Team BB - 3:45pm

Boys B Team BB - 5:30pm

Study Table

3:30 - 4:15pm in the teacher's class room.


Week November 4th - NO STUDY TABLE

Week November 11 - Mr. Zoellner

LUNCH SELECTION

November

Thursday 7th - Tacos, soft or hard shell

Friday 8th - NO SCHOOL

Monday 11th - Chicken Drumsticks

Tuesday 12th - Scrambled Eggs

Wednesday 13th - Spaghetti & Meatballs

November Menu

veggies and fruit will be served with the main menu

2nd choice Ham & Cheese Sandwich 3rd choice Salad Bar.

A reminder that lunch selections for the #1 main entrée should be in NO LATER than 9:30 a.m.

If your child has an appointment and will be late coming in,

please call the office and let us know the lunch selection.

UP COMING LUNCH DUTY VOLUNTEERS 11:30-12:30

Friday November 8th - NO SCHOOL

Monday November 11th - Karen Shuff

Wednesday November 13th - Shelby Winters

Thank you Ladies for giving up your time to help out in the lunch room.

LUNCH DUTY VOLUNTEER SIGN-UP

Ladies - Save the Date

Advent by Candle Light will be on Sunday December 8th.


This Changes Everything:

Messages that Transformed the World

Each of our narrators received a message that did change the world. These messages are presented as short sound bites, but they are so much more than that. They are messages of hope realized and promises fulfilled. They are messages of difficult work ahead and perfect work completed. They are messages that transcend time and space, nationality and culture. They are messages that truly transformed the world.

MISSION OFFERINGS

Mission offerings can be brought to chapel each Wednesday. During the 1st semester, offerings will be given to the Prison Ministry.

DID YOU KNOW if you miss bringing in your offering for Wednesday chapel, you can drop it into the offering plate at Trinity over the weekend and the school will receive it to forward to our Mission Project.

Please help the Prison Ministry and get us closer to our $1,500 goal!

So far we have collected $888.19

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK TODAY

Don't miss this year's school memories! Order them and other great products at this link ; yearbook ID Code 13628320

ATTENTION ALL TEENS!

Youth Bible Class

November 17 & 24, 9:40-10:30am

Parents and Teens (and the whole family) are welcome to come to this monthly two-part Bible study that addresses how to be a more multi-culturally welcoming congregation. Our November two-week installment will focus on Many Cultures, One Lord. Come hear Mr. Pufahl and a special guest speaker share practical tips about how we can be more intentional about inviting and welcoming our diverse neighbors into our church family.


Youth Activities

November 9th - Dinner and Movie @ 6:30pm-10pm

Come join your youth group friends for dinner, following Saturday night service, and stay for a viewing of “Do You Believe” a movie from the creators of “God’s Not Dead.” Following dinner and the movie, we will have small breakout discussion groups. (Parents and college age students who want to help facilitate, please let us know as we could use 4-6 of you to help out!) This month we will enjoy some homemade mac & cheese (and toppings!) Come enjoy some good grub and a meaningful movie with your friends! (and some gym time afterwards, of course!)

Service Opportunities

After our November Dinner & Movie night, we will transition our monthly activities from fellowship to service. As we near the holidays, it’s a great time to consider how best to share our time and talents to help others. So talk to your friends and your parents and choose one or both events to help your congregation and the larger community celebrate a season of thanksgiving and Christmas joy!


Wednesday, November 27th, 12:00–2:00pm

Stay following noon dismissal from TLS to help set-up the fellowship hall for a Thanksgiving feast! Youth Group will provide lunch for any teens willing to help!


Can’t stay to help? There’s another option! We need 8 families willing to prepare some Thanksgiving “classics” for our first “Thanksgiving Eve” dinner. 4 families are needed to prepare some “Stovetop” stuffing and 4 families are needed to prepare traditional green bean casserole (following this recipe: Green Bean Casserole)

Planning to attend?

Consider sticking around to clean-up. Many hands make the work light. Consider sharing your time this Thanksgiving with our church community! WE NEED YOU! RSVP to Mrs. Reinke (lreinke@trinitywels.com or 414-254-3397) right away with your preferred area of service and for additional details.

VIKING NEWS

WLHS Veterans Day Observance--Wisconsin Lutheran High School will hold its annual Veterans Day observance on Monday, November 11, 2019. Service men and women are invited to a complimentary breakfast in the WLHS cafeteria at 7:30 a.m. To RSVP for the breakfast, visit www.wlhs.org/veterans by Monday, November 4. For additional questions, contact Heidi Witz, planner@wlhs.org or 414-453-4567 ext. 2004.

Everyone is invited to the special Veterans Day presentation in the main gymnasium at 8:30 a.m. Special guest, WLHS graduate Major Craig Kuphall (‘03), will speak about his service in Iraq and Afghanistan. The service will also be streamed live at www.wlhs.org.


WLHS Job Opening—Wisconsin Lutheran High School is looking for part-time staff to supervise and provide care for a diverse group of teenagers in our new student residential facility at Honey Creek Hall. The position supports the work of the resident staff. Applicants should have experience working in an educational or residential setting, preferably with international students. They must also be a member in good standing of the WELS or ELS. Interested parties should submit a resume to Becky Glass at hr@wlhs.org.

Upholstery Items Needed--WLHS fashion techniques department is in need of upholstery materials and equipment for completing upholstery projects, including: staple guns with heavy duty staples, upholstery nails or tacks, upholstery tack hammer, 3M 77 adhesive spray, furniture touch up markers or crayons, and any type of flat topped end or coffee tables. These materials will be used for a Home and Interior Design course starting next semester. Please contact Patti Wenzel at 715-360-0407 or patti.wenzel@wlhs.org with questions or to drop off donations.

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH INFORMATION

Please visit the TLC website to see our Worship Schedule and information on other events!

Click on these headings to find out more information:

Bible Information Class

Growth Groups

Trinity You Tube Channel

Daily Devotions

TLS WEBSITE

You can view the a short list of the following information/forms on our school website for the 2018-2019 school year. More can be found on the actual website:

TLS Website (Lunch Calendar/Athletic Calendar/Monthly School Calendar)

2019-2020 Yearly School Calendar

Power School Notices (to receive your child's academic progress and lunch balance notices)

ALL Athletic Forms

Medication Administration Consent Form

Pre-Planned Absence Form

Singing Schedule

Background Check

Upper Grade Homework