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Early Care and Afterschool Programs

Trinity’s Early Care program is a free program designed for Lower School who carpool with Middle and Upper School students or whose parents need of an earlier drop-off time for their children. It seeks to provide a safe and supervised spot for students before school begins. TK–Grade 3 students 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. Advance signup is required to ensure adequate staffing.


Early Care for Lower School students (7:45–8:15 a.m.)

Trinity’s Early Care program is a free program designed for Lower School who carpool with Middle and Upper School students or whose parents need of an earlier drop-off time for their children. It seeks to provide a safe and supervised spot for students before school begins. TK–Grade 3 students 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. Advance signup is required to ensure adequate staffing.

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After-School Programs
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.

Trinity Neighborhood for Lower School students (1:00–5:30 p.m.)

Trinity 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. For more information about Trinity Neighborhood, please contact Mary Hampton at mhampton@tsdch.org.



Trinity Lions on Campus (TLC) for Middle School students (2:45–5:30 p.m.)

Trinity Lions on Campus (TLC) 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.

Unless remaining on campus for a supervised activity such as tutoring, a club, or athletic team, all Middle School students remaining on campus after regular school hours are required to be under adult supervision. They are otherwise required to sign in to TLC on the first floor of the South Building by 3:00 p.m. in which case parents are notified for pick-up and billing purposes. Parents may enroll their student in TLC for the Fall (August 22–November 9,

Winter (November 12–February 15), and/or Spring (February 19–May 29), or for the entire school year.


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