TRENTON SCHOOL, 27 days ago
Dear Trenton Students, Parents, and Community...
We know that it is an understatement to say that this past year has been... shall we say, different? In all seriousness, 2020 has been a struggle and has strained our abilities, our stress levels, and our patience in many ways. But with every night that brings weariness and exhaustion, there is a new dawn that brings hope and a light that helps us keep going. We believe that education is in the business of hope and is an enterprise that challenges us to make our todays better than our yesterdays. That is what hope is all about... that is what grit and drive is all about... it is what makes it possible to put aside today's challenges and be willing to confront similar challenges tomorrow with positivity and a smile. At this time of year, we are provided with an opportunity to pause and reflect on where we've been and how the next months will be unveiled. We all come to our faiths and beliefs in different ways, but regardless of your personal journeys, we at Trenton School hope that each of you can experience the peace that this season can bring. Happy Holidays and best wishes to you all for a restful and safe holiday season!view image
Trenton School, 2 months ago
Governor Burgum has amended his executive order regarding extracurricular activities, and they will be permitted to practice November 30th, but will still be unable to play any games until December 14th at the earliest.
If your child is thinking of playing basketball this year, they will need to have a sports physical in place prior to starting practice. The sports physical forms are available at the school.