School isn’t just for the kids.

Trinity School is proud to partner with multiple organizations and individuals to provide well-rounded parent education events for our families.

 

A leading parent resource for almost 20 years, the Common Ground Speaker Series invites acclaimed speakers from around the country to present on a variety of issues affecting children and families today. Trinity is proud to be a member of this parent education consortium and to give Trinity parents access to to the engaging and inspiring talks organized by Common Ground.

In addition, Trinity parents convene virtually or in-person to further discuss some of the topics addressed by the latest Common Ground event. This more casual round table format allows parents to openly share their experience and to learn from each other. Discussions are moderated by a Trinity parent with relevant expertise. Parents who were not able to attend the Common Ground event can watch a video recording of the talk (password protected) on demand, but neither is required to attend the roundtable discussion. All that’s needed to come to the roundtable is an open mind and an interest in the topic!

For more questions, please contact the front office.

“Ben and I are immensely thankful for Trinity School. The nurturing, caring community has given, and continues to give, our children a beautiful education, both academic AND social emotional.”

Tonia & Ben Lutch, current parents

To address the ever-changing world of technology and digital citizenship, Trinity School is a proud collaborator with Common Sense Media. Common Sense Media is a San Francisco based non-profit organization that provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children. As members, Trinity teachers implement their EdTech teaching strategies and Trinity families can attend roundtables and presentations with a focus on navigating “best practices” when it comes to technology.

Stephanie Agnew

The transition from preschool to kindergarten can be a tricky one for all members of a family. We invite parents of Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten students to ask questions and quell anxieties regarding this exciting step with Stephanie Agnew, Assistant Director of Parent’s Place.

LEARN MORE: Parent’s Place

 

Christine Southgate

The director of Next Step: School Solutions, Christine Southgate, counsels Grade 5 families as they begin the application process for middle school. As a terrific sounding board and personalized resource, Christine helps families find the best transition for each student.

LEARN MORE: Next Step: School Solutions

McKenna Barlow, Trinity Alum - Class of 2008

"I love the community at Trinity school. As an alum who has been involved with the school since 2001, I really appreciate the small and tight knit community that still holds and that I will always have people to say hi to and chat with when I return to campus."

McKenna Barlow, Trinity Alum - Class of 2008