Trinity First School offers support programing that is designed to advance and enhance the work of the school. Here is a quick peek at these programs!
Our 4th through 8th graders can participate on our cross country (fall) and basketball teams (winter). We are part of the Twin Cities Lutheran Athletic Conference.
We offer an accelerated learning program to students who excel in one or more academic areas. This program is based on test scores, teacher recommendation, and overall aptitude for excellent practice and excellent performance in class.
Our entire school (grades Kindergarten 3 through 8th grade) forms our school choir. The choir visits supporting churches 2-3 times per year and presents the Christmas Program each December.
Each spring, we offer our community and our school families a fair designed to educate our families and community about various topics and bring people together.
We offer special education and supportive services for those with IEPs or who need additional academic or behavioral support.
Generally held twice a month, we invite families to attend our Parent Education Nights with a free family meal and childcare. Tuition credits are offered to those who attend!
Parents are asked to provide bag lunches for their children on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. On Wednesdays and Fridays, volunteer churches provide the meal. Friday is Pizza Friday!
Our special events include Christmas and Spring Musical Programs, Fall Festival, National Lutheran Schools Week, and more!
We provide a low-cost three-week summer program that offers academic refreshers in the morning and interest centers/activities in the afternoon. Each week, we take a field trip. It's a fun way to enjoy the summer and remain connected to our students and families!
We offer an afterschool educational support program to families who need it, available Monday through Friday.
Through Minneapolis Public Schools and government Title One funding, we provide Math and Reading support to students who qualify.
The worship team consists of students in grades 5-8 who want to learn to lead worship through music.