Archive: Leadership Voice
  • The Importance of Student Involvement in Conferences
    Colette Mc Williams
    The Importance of Student Involvement in Conferences

    The onset of cooler weather reminds us that Fall is in full swing, and believe it or not, Parent-Teacher Conferences on the Upper Campus are right around the corner. I love conferences – not only because it’s a time when …

  • Lunch Time Learning Series
    Katy Roybal
    Lunch Time Learning Series

    Webinar Series: Join us for one or all! If you are curious about teaching and learning at Trinity School, we invite you to spend half an hour with our teachers without leaving the comforts of home or your office. The …

  • Trinity’s Greenhouse and the Giving Cycle
    Matt Allio
    Trinity’s Greenhouse and the Giving Cycle

    It’s late September, just a week away from the Trinity Annual Fund kickoff, and I’m standing in the doorway of our Upper Campus greenhouse with Ralph Ackermann, our Science and Garden teacher, and Jesus Jiminez, a hydroponics specialist. Tucked into …

  • Beyond Knowledge: St. Bede’s Missing Rainbow Flag
    Beyond Knowledge: St. Bede’s Missing Rainbow Flag

    Matt Allio, Head of School A few weeks ago, the rainbow flag that is prominently displayed at St. Bede’s Church, part of our Upper Campus, went missing. At article appeared in the Menlo Park Almanac where it was noted that …

  • Open House
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    Open House

    We invite families to join us for our fall open houses. Come see our beautiful campuses, learn about our programs, and meet our teachers. Bring along your prospective students and their siblings. You are welcome to join us for a …

  • A Pathway to Activism
    A Pathway to Activism

    Graduation 2019 At the Fifth Grade graduation this past June,  I asked two seemingly simple questions: What is your education used for? What does “status quo” mean? Many of the students – and even some of the families gathered together …

  • Thoughts on Summer, the Outdoors and Learning as Families
    Thoughts on Summer, the Outdoors and Learning as Families

    “Did you survive?” “Better you than me.” “You must be exhausted.” As I got off the bus after spending two nights camping in tents with our 4th and 5th Graders, I was greeted with these kinds of questions and comments from …

  • Heart of Trinity Awards
    Heart of Trinity Awards

    By Kim Thacker, Service Learning Teacher Grade 5 students culminate their Trinity service learning experience by reflecting on problems in the world and different ways to solve them, discussing projects they have done and organizations they have worked with, and …

  • The Rhythm of the School Year: Celebration of Learning
    The Rhythm of the School Year: Celebration of Learning

    Next week, Celebration of Learning begins at Trinity. I wanted to take some time to share why it matters, and how it fits into the Trinity academic year. In my case, the school year is all I’ve ever known. I …

  • Matriculation and the Mind of a Fifth Grader
    Matt Allio
    Matriculation and the Mind of a Fifth Grader

    It’s March, and our fifth graders began receiving their middle school admissions decisions last Friday afternoon. It was a very strong admissions season for Trinity, and we are so proud of each and every one of our students. As I …