TES Paw Print Volume 3 Issue 4

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas everywhere we go! Do you have your tree up yet?

It is the season for decorations of red and green, cups of hot cocoa, singing carols, and writing letters to Santa. Amongst the busy times of this winter season, we hope you take advantage of every opportunity to experience all the joy and wonder of Christmas with your family and friends!

Mark Your Calendar:

  • December 5th - Kona Ice Fundraiser Reward
  • December 6th - Limo Ride Fundraiser Event
  • December 7th - Christmas Performance for 4th & 5th grades
  • December 11th - Tacky Sweater Day (wear your most festive holiday sweater/shirt)
  • December 12th - Holiday Character Day (dress as your favorite holiday/winter character - ex. Rudolph, Grinch, Frosty, etc.)
  • December 13th - Polar Express Day (wear your favorite school appropriate pajamas)
  • December 13th - Character Ed Pep Rallies
  • December 14th - Holiday Hat Day and Early Release Day (PreK 11:00, K-2nd 11:15, 3rd-5th 11:30)
  • December 15th - Pre-K Christmas Program
  • December 15th - Class Christmas Party and Early Release Day (PreK 11:00, K-2nd 11:15, 3rd-5th 11:30)
  • December 15th - End of second 9 week grading period
  • December 16th - January 3rd - Christmas Break
  • January 4th - Students return to school

Character Word of the Month

Self Control

Self-control means that you can control your own feelings and your actions. You're able to control your behavior so that you can wait for what you want. People with self-discipline also meet their commitments and follow through with promises they have made to others.

Christmas Break

We hope all of our Bulldog families have a very Merry Christmas!

School will be closed for winter break December 16th - January 3rd.

Students return to school on Thursday, January 4th.

Full STEAM Ahead

Our teachers do an awesome job incorporating Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math into exciting hands on tasks and projects for our students. This makes learning fun and meaningful when students work together to solve real world problems by being creative and innovative.

National STEAM Day 2023

Home for the Holidays Can Food Drive

Thank you for supporting our Home for the Holidays service project! Your kindness and generosity were such a blessing for many families within our community.

Spelling Bee

Congratulations to our 2023 TES Spelling Bee participants.

  • 1st place - Bryant Abernathy
  • 2nd place - Braylee Westbrook
  • 3rd place - Connor Lee
We are truly blessed at TES!

TES Mission Statement

Trion Elementary School, in partnership with families and the community, strives to provide a challenging and relevant education that builds a foundation to foster character, integrity, and academic potential in all students.