Welcome Parents and Preschoolers!

 

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the 2016-2017 school year. We are confident that this will be a blessed and rewarding experience for your families and our staff.  As our school enters our 13th year, we are proud of the integrated program we have established. We have been blessed with enthusiastic teachers, a terrific facility, and a sound curriculum. The powerful combination of these will provide a developmentally appropriate and enriching preschool environment where your child will excel.

 

We know families are the most important people in the life of a child and we feel privileged to work alongside you to help prepare your child for further education. Our desire is to delight your little one and help each preschooler discover his or her strengths and special gifts through free play and structured activities in the loving light of God’s love.

 

Reverend Charles Stacy and the entire Trinity family welcome you and look forward to greeting you personally. The doors are always open and you are invited to attend services any Sunday morning to experience the family atmosphere with which God has graced this congregation.

 

We appreciate the opportunity to be part of your preschooler’s year and your journey as the parent of a growing, independent preschooler.  It’s our responsibility and desire to support you during this exciting time of development and change.  Please don’t hesitate to share any thoughts, questions, or concerns with our staff at any time.

 

Faithfully His,

Evette Marshall

Director

Brenda Chapman

Assistant Director

Children Learn What They Live

If a child lives with criticism,

He learns to condemn.

 

If a child lives with hostility,

He learns to fight.

 

If a child lives with ridicule,

He learns to be shy.

 

If a child lives with shame,

He learns to feel guilty.

 

If a child lives with tolerance,

He learns to be patient.

 

If a child lives with encouragement,

He learns confidence.

 

If a child lives with praise,

He learns to appreciate.

 

If a child lives with fairness,

He learns justice.

 

If a child lives with approval,

He learns to like himself.

 

If a child lives with acceptance and friendship,

He learns to find love in the world.

 

-Author Unknown