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Trinity Catholic School To Host Prospective Student Open House

Trinity Catholic students Kaeden Livesey and Azalia Avery recently participated in an activity facilitated by Bricks 4 Kidz. Students used basic STEM principles and worked together to build interactive LEGO models.

Trinity Catholic students Kaeden Livesey and Azalia Avery recently participated in an activity facilitated by Bricks 4 Kidz. Students used basic STEM principles and worked together to build interactive LEGO models.

Trinity Catholic School will hold an open house from 6:30 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday (Feb. 11), at 115 E. Fifth St., in Oswego.

Trinity Catholic students Kaeden Livesey and Azalia Avery recently participated in an activity facilitated by Bricks 4 Kidz. Students used basic STEM principles and worked together to build interactive LEGO models.
Trinity Catholic students Kaeden Livesey and Azalia Avery recently participated in an activity facilitated by Bricks 4 Kidz. Students used basic STEM principles and worked together to build interactive LEGO models.

The open house welcomes parents in the community who are interested in enrolling their children for the 2015-2016 school year. This includes current and new Pre-K families who are planning for next year and new families of students in kindergarten through 6th grade.

Parents will be able to meet the teachers, tour the building, and speak to parents of current Trinity students.

Application packets will be available for the upcoming school year and refreshments will be served.

All students at Trinity, including Pre-K students, participate in art, music, library and physical education classes on a weekly basis.

Foreign language and technology classes are taught to students in kindergarten through 6th grade. Instrumental music is available beginning in 4th grade. Remedial reading and math is also available for those students who need a little extra help.

Traditional learning is enhanced by access to the use of classroom iPads.

Each classroom is also equipped with the innovative and interactive educational opportunities of ‘SMART’ board technology. This allows teachers and students to use a combination of computer applications and standard whiteboard written word.

Trinity prides itself on teaching all of their children a commitment to personal responsibility, self-discipline, respect, and service to the community.

Victoria Furlong, mom to current and alumni students reflects, “At Trinity, it’s not just about the academics, values or faith; it’s about family. Once you become part of the Trinity Catholic School family, you feel a part of it for life.”

Faculty cares for and nurtures their students while making sure they are held to the highest educational standards. Tuition assistance and scholarships are available for families with children K-6.

Trinity Catholic serves students from across Oswego County. Transportation is provided at no cost to families through the students’ home school districts.

For more information, call the school at 343-6700, e-mail Principal Barbara Sugar at [email protected], visit the school’s website at www.oswegotrinitycatholic.org, or find us on Facebook.