Early Care and Afterschool Programs
Early Care and After-School Programs
Trinity’s Early Care and After-School Programs seek to provide each student with a safe, fun, and engaging environment where students can play, make friends, and try new things. Activities include sports, playground fun, crafts, board games, Legos, homework club, and so much more!
Trinity offers after-school programs for students in grades TK–8. The programs are divided by grade, with TK–6 served by our Trinity Neighborhood program and grades 7 and 8 served by the Trinity Lions on Campus program. All opportunities are designed to assist parents whose work schedules do not allow them to regularly pick up their children at dismissal time.
After-School for Grades TK–6:
Trinity NeighborhoodTrinity Neighborhood reinforces Trinity’s Christian mission, and it honors our commitment to unhurried education, leaving children lots of time for unstructured play and opportunities to extend their learning informally after school. Students who are engaged in clubs and other activities after school are able to go to and from the Neighborhood. Located in the back of the first modular building, the program serves Trinity students in grades TK–6 and includes snack time, supervised unstructured play, homework time, and a wonderfully unhurried experience with books, toys, games, crafts, and more. Priority is given to families who can utilize the program for five days per week, but drop-in days are available. Admission is granted to Trinity families on a first-come, first-served basis. Trinity Neighborhood is open on regular school days, and on some early dismissal days (for an extra fee). For more information about Trinity Neighborhood, please contact Mary Hampton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cost for Trinity Neighborhood depends upon the session and the days of attendance selected. You may enroll your student for one to five days of attendance per week (for example, every Wednesday, or Mondays and Thursdays, or Mondays through Fridays). Days of attendance can be changed effective January 1, 2019, if your family’s needs change.
The Business Office will bill your Trinity account for the annual cost for Trinity Neighborhood based on the session and days of attendance you select. If you change your student’s session or days of attendance for the second semester, an adjustment will be made to your Trinity account to reflect this change. These bills are paid via your Veracross account.
The fall Trinity Neighborhood session runs from the first day of school through the last full day before Christmas break. The spring Trinity Neighborhood session runs from the first day back from Christmas break through the last full day before the last day of school.
TK and Kindergarten
Care is available 1:00–2:30 p.m. or 1:00–5:30 p.m. for one or more days per week,
Mondays through Fridays.
1:00–2:30 session $1,650 for
M–F attendance (approx.
$10 per day)
1:00–5:30 session $4,300 for
M–F attendance (approx. $26 per day)
Care is available 2:30–5:30 p.m. for one or more days per week, Mondays through Fridays.
2:30–5:30 session $ 3,000 for Monday–Friday attendance (approx. $18 per day)
Register your student for Trinity Neighborhood by submitting the Extended Care Registration Form. When filling out this form, be sure to select each individual day of the week you would like your child to attend. Installment plans are available; please contact Financial Services Administrator Jim Moore for details.
By enrolling your child in this program, you acknowledge that you are financially committing for an entire semester to the attendance days you have chosen, whether or not your student actually attends on the selected days. Attendance days for the spring Trinity Neighborhood semester can be changed effective January 1 of the new year.
Trinity Neighborhood has a drop-in option for students who need after-school care only occasionally. The drop-in fee, which will be billed to your account by the Business Office, is $15 per day for the 1:00–2:30 p.m. session; $25 per day for the 2:30–5:30 p.m. session; and $35 per day for the 1:00–5:30 p.m. session.
Early Dismissal Days
Trinity Neighborhood care is available on some early dismissal days for a supplemental charge of $25 per student per day, billed to your account by the Business Office. The schedule for early dismissal days will be available in September 2016.
Late Pick-up Fee
A fee of $25 will be assessed for late pick-up. billed to the family's Trinity account by the Business Office.
Trinity Neighborhood has a drop-in option for students who need after-school care only occasionally. The drop-in fee, which will be billed to the family's account by the Business Office, is $15 per day for the 1:00–2:30 p.m. session; $25 per day for the 2:30–5:30 p.m. session; and $35 per day for the 1:00–5:30 p.m. session.
We recognize that, from time to time, emergencies may occur and a parent may be unable to arrive on time for pick-up. If you will be late to pick up your child from Trinity Neighborhood, please call the Trinity Neighborhood Director, Mary Hampton, at 919-937-5570 as soon as possible and let her know.Parents are expected to pick up their students promptly at the close of the Trinity Neighborhood sessions. A late fee of $25 will be assessed for late pick-up, billled to the family’s Trinity account by the Business Office.
Early Care for Grades TK–6 | 7:45–8:15 a.m.Trinity’s Early Care program is a free program designed for children in grades TK–6 who carpool with Middle and Upper School students. It seeks to provide a safe and supervised spot for students before school begins.
Early Care is also available for working families who need an earlier drop-off time for their children. Available daily from 7:45–8:15 a.m., the program has two locations. Grades TK–3 meet in the front modular, in the Trinity Neighborhood classrooms. Grades 4–6 meet in the Blue Gym. A Trinity staff member escorts the students to the Lower School Building at 8:15 a.m. each morning. For more information about the Early Care program, please contact Mason Goss at email@example.com.
To enroll your student in Early Care, please submit the Extended Care Registration form.
After-School for Grades 7 and 8:
Trinity Lions on Campus (TLC)
Trinity Lions on Campus (TLC), offered through the Middle School, provides supervision, a snack, a place to relax, and a homework-conducive environment for Trinity students in grades 7–8 who remain on campus after 3:00 p.m. during the school year. Trinity seeks to be a safe, student-friendly community before, during, and after school. All students in grades 7–8, remaining on campus after regular school hours, if not participating on an athletic team, are required to be under adult supervision.
TLC is available 2:45–5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, on days when school is in session. It is not offered on early dismissal days. Unless remaining on campus for a supervised activity such as tutoring or a club, or under the direct supervision of a parent or other designated adult, seventh and eighth graders must sign in at TLC by 3:00 p.m. Middle Schoolers who are unsupervised after 3:00 p.m. are sent to TLC, and their parents are notified for pick-up and billing purposes.
TLC students are welcome to attend on-campus athletic events if they sign out with their TLC teacher. They must remain in the agreed-upon area until they return to TLC. If you have questions about TLC, please contact Matt Hall, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To enroll your student in Trinity Lions on Campus, please submit the TLC Registration form.
The main location for Trinity Lions on Campus (TLC) is the first floor of the South Building. Students may sign out with the TLC supervising teacher in order to attend on-campus sporting events. They must remain in the agreed-upon area until returning to TLC. Parents should come to the South Building to pick up their student after TLC.
TLC is open on regular school days, Mondays through Fridays from 2:45 to 5:30 p.m. TLC is not open on early dismissal days.
Unless participating in a supervised activity such as tutoring or a club, or are under the direct supervision of a parent or other designated adult, seventh and eighth graders must sign in at TLC by 3:00 p.m. Middle School students who are unsupervised after 3:00 p.m. will be sent to TLC, and their parents will be notified for pick-up and will be billed accordingly.
Parents may enroll their student in TLC for the fall (Aug. 22–Nov. 9, winter (Nov. 12–Feb. 15), and/or spring (Feb. 19–May 29), or for the entire school year. Attendance can be changed effective the beginning of each new season if your family's needs change. The cost for TLC depends upon the number of seasons your student will be attending.
|Fall||Aug. 22–Nov. 9||$200 per student|
|Winter||Nov. 12–Feb. 15||$200 per student|
|Spring||Feb. 19–May 29||$200 per student|
|Full Year||Aug. 22–May 29|
$500 per student
Enroll your student for TLC by submitting the Extended Care Registration Form. The Business Office will bill your Trinity account for the annual cost for TLC based on your selected season(s) of attendance. If you change your student's attendance for subsequent seasons, an adjustment will be made to your Trinity account to reflect this.
By enrolling your child in this program, you acknowledge that you are financially committing to the entire season(s) you have chosen, whether or not your child actually attends.
Parents are expected to pick up their students promptly at the close of TLC. A fee of $25 will be assessed for late pick-up, billed to the family's Trinity account by the Business Office.
We recognize that, from time to time, emergencies may occur and a parent may be unable to arrive on time for pick-up. If you will be late to pick up your child from TLC, please contact the director, Matt Hall, at 919-402-8262, ext. 2503, as soon as possible to let him know.