Medical Forms – RenWeb
For the safety of your child, it is critical that we have up-to-date, complete medical information for all students. We are excited that our new parent portal, RenWeb, makes your entry and our access very easy. Please follow the steps below to ensure that you have completed the medical information for each of your students:
- Log-in to ParentWeb via a desktop (it is easier to edit via a desktop vs. the app)
- Bookmark this link or visit TrinityAcademy.com and click RenWeb under Quick Links.
- Click “School Information” on the left, under your child’s name
- Click “Web Forms”
- Click “Family Demographic Form”
- A variety of forms will appear including a “Student Medical” form for each student enrolled at Trinity; please complete the form for each student. Scroll down to see the entire form and also be sure to SAVE at the bottom of the form.
Once you have completed the “Student Medical Form”, please be sure to review the “Emergency Contacts” form as well as the “Transportation Form.” Thank you for your help in getting all student information up-to-date in this easy-to-use format.
Carpool Name Cards
Help us run a smooth and efficient carpool process by displaying the NEW, carpool name cards as indicated below:
- Today one Lower School child in your family will come home with new carpool name cards. Please dispose of the old signs and start using the new ones on Monday, October 2. These colors help us call the correct names and ensure vehicles are in the correct lane.
- One color (yellow) represents families with Lower School students only,
- One color (orange) represents families with both Lower and Upper School students,
- and a third color represents a family with only Upper School students.
- Please keep the name card displayed via the suctioned hanger on the front windshield until you have all children in the car. The name cards are read by three different adults during the process.
- Name cards on dash boards are very difficult to read. We can supply you with additional suction cup hangers as needed.
- Thank you for remembering the following safety measures:
- Make sure students only enter/exit from the passenger side doors
- Always use the cross-walk during carpool hours
Read More About…
- The 1,792,000 difference. Curious what can make a difference, in only 20 minutes, that is as large as 1,792,000? Read this short blog post to learn just what is that significant!
- The Artful News. Mrs. Heimbach’s September newsletter about the Lower School art classroom is attached and is also accessible via this link.
- Responding to recent disasters. You can access my email, sent this past Wednesday, about collecting supplies for Puerto Rico on our website. Reminder that donations are being collected through 4:00 PM Friday, October 6th.
As part of the different theme days, students often have the opportunity to dress in clothes related to the theme their class is celebrating. PATT is having a Costume Swap at homecoming this year. Please see the attached flyer for additional details if you have a costume from last year you would like to swap in preparation for this year!
Mark Your Calendar
- Week of October 2nd – Homecoming week (full details here)
- Wednesday, October 4th – LS Chapel (Pastor Dave Owen speaking)
- Wednesday, October 4th – Walk the Cross Country Trail tour (8:00 AM and 5:00 PM)
- Friday, October 6 – PATT Fall Family Picnic and Homecoming; last day to provide donations for Puerto Rico (full details here)
- Wednesday, October 18th – Dress Rehearsal for Grandparents’ Day, families are invited to attend at 8:15 am. Lower School Open House – please invite a friend!
- Friday, October 20th – Grandparents’ Day & Whole School Early Release (LS @ 11:45 am)
- Monday/Tuesday, October 23rd/24th – Fall break (no school for students)
Lower School Head